WJKK W JKF. My knowledge in Sikhism is very little, so I apologise in advance for anything I might say that is wrong or offensive. There is a particular "Baba Ji" (as my mother-in-law refers to him) from India that travels quite regularly to "help" others. He apparently claims to have "mehar" of his Guru. (I think Baba Hardial Singh) He came round once at my home at the insistance of in-laws....as I'm quite sceptical about these kinds of things. However, within 5 minutes I had about 80 odd people crammed in my lounge all sitting on the floor whilst "Baba Ji" sat on a chair. Soon his eyes closed and his voiced changed and he started calling out scenarios and whoever fitted that had to come forward and he told them what to do eg, throw coconuts in water, or put water to sun. People were there for all sorts of problems...eg wanting a baby, finding a suitable partner for there son/daughter. Someone was having problems with their daughter as she was too wayward and he told them that someone had done "Kala Alam" (black magic) on her??? I thought in Sikhism we are not to believe in this. He's got a Gurdwara being built in Punjab and yet the things he is advising others to do to are not based on Sikhism. But saying that he is so popular and I do sometimes wonder if there is any truth. Obviously he is helping others or he wouldn't have any followers as such?