Is it true? in Spiritual Discussions Posted January 7, 2002 · Report reply The arguments given in the claim are so much stretched that, by such kind of arguments, not only Prophet Mohammad but many others can be made to fit the description of Kalki incarnation. I have read articles that say that Baha'ullah (the founder of Bahai religion) was Kalki incarnation. How is not considering the Prophet as Kalki an insult to Islam? Where is it written in Quran that Prophet Mohammad is Kalki? According to Anonymous, if we do not consider Prophet Mohammad as Kalki incarnation, then we are deriding Islam. Can't we say, by applying the same logic, that not considering Baha'ullah as Kalki is an insult to Bahai religion. But defintely both Prophet Mohammad and Baha'ullah can not be Kalki.