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Mirza Ghulam Ahmed was originally a Muslim born in India in 1835 I think. At the age of forty, he cmleaid that the Lord conversed with him and later on he was to claim that he WAS the second coming of Christ and that the notion that Jesus will come back is a result of false interpretation of all scriptures.His followers are called Qadianis and they believe he was their Messihah and reject the second coming of Christ.Moreover they believe that Jesus is buried in Kashmir, a disputed area between India Pakistan.They credit Mirza with making prophesies like WWi and predicting the deaths of his opponents.They claim to be part of Islam, however their rejection of Jesus' return, acceptance of Mirza as Messihah and rejecting finality of prophethood on Mohammad makes them non-muslims. They are, by Pakistan's constitution a separate religion.Their sacred land is Rabwa, a small city in Pakistan. And Mirza Ghulam Ahmed died in 1908, of diarrheah.You asked for a link, please see the one I mentioned in the source.God bless.