Remey

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Bahá'í Faith In France - National Community - Division
... In 1960, after the death of Shoghi Effendi, Mason Remey instigated a dispute among Bahá'ís over administration and was declared a Covenant-breaker ... Remey succeeded in gathering a few supporters including a majority of the 1960 national assembly of France elected in April timed with Remey's announcement ... Over the years following 1966 the followers of Remey were not organized several of the individuals involved began forming their own groups based on different understandings of succession ...
Leland Jensen - Background - Mason Remey
... Effendi died in 1957, he died without explicitly appointing a successor Guardian, and Remey was among the nine Hands of the Cause elected as an interim ... However, in 1960 Remey declared himself to be the successor of Shoghi Effendi, and expected the allegiance of the world's Bahá'ís ... Jensen was among these first supporters of Remey ...
Bahá'í Divisions - Further Development of Remey's Followers
... All those that professed belief in Mason Remey as the second Guardian did not accept the Universal House of Justice established in 1963 ... Among the Bahá'ís who accepted Mason Remey as the second Guardian, several further divisions have occurred based on conflicting opinions of legitimacy and succession of authority ... The Encyclopædia Iranica reports the following Remey died in 1974, having appointed a third Guardian, but the number of adherents to the Orthodox faction remains extremely small ...
USS Remey (DD-688)
... USS Remey (DD-688) was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral George C ... Remey (1841–1928) ... Remey was laid down on 22 March 1943 by the Bath Iron Works Corp ...
Bahá'ís Under The Provisions Of The Covenant - Beliefs - Guardianship
... Charles Mason Remey, one of Shoghi Effendi's Hands of the Cause, declared himself the successor to Shoghi Effendi in 1960 ... Remey based his claim on his being the president of the International Bahá'í Council appointed by Shoghi Effendi in 1951 ... The result was that Remey and any followers were unanimously expelled from the Bahá'í community by the Hands of the Cause ...