Among the most influential of David Berg's numerous spirit helpers, Abrahim (pronounced: Ah'-bra-heem) was supposedly a stereotypical Gypsy leader of Bulgarian descent who had been murdered in 1272 and was responsible for Berg's drinking binges and alcoholism. He is spoken of in numerous Family publications.
Berg described what happened when he let his Gypsy spirit helper, Abrahim, enter him:
Family publications referencing Abrahim
Following is an incomplete listing of Family publications referencing Abrahim.
- Abrahim the Gypsy King — From Life with Grandpa Vol.2
- The Parable of the Frog (ML 275)
- Abrahim the Gypsy King! (ML 296)
- Abrahim: “the Gypsies’ Story!” (ML 298)
- Abrahim: “How Arabs Became Gypsies!” – A Great Mystery Solved!” (ML 301)
- Holy Ghosts! (ML 620)
- Where Do Babies Come From?--Pre-Existence or Re-Incarnation? (ML 794)
- Abrahim’s Vision of Heaven! (ML 1479)
- Abrahim’s Gypsy Life! (ML 1480)
- Conversation with Abrahim! (ML 1481)
- Abrahim’s Position! (ML 1482)
See also: Gypsy, Spirit helper, Hitchhiking spirit, Rasputin, Ivan Ivanovitch, Goddesses