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Imam Suyuti, Imam Bayhaqi, Ibn Asakir, Qadi Iyad and many others (Alayhim ar-Rahmah) have narrated that at the time of the Noble birth of the beloved Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam):

 

Every idol fell on its face.

 

The magic of the sorcerers ended.

 

The skill of the soothsayers (fortune-teller) departed.

 

Lake Sawah (or Sivah) that was worshiped disappeared.

 

A light appeared in Hijaz filling the whole world and moving eastward.

 

On the morning following, the thrones of all the kings were found reversed.

 

The palaces of Chosroes (Kisra), emperor of Persia, trembled, and fourteen of the towers fell.

 

The fire of Fars, which had not been extinguished for a thousand years, were quenched that night.

 

Stars lowering themselves and a light so bright appeared that nothing other than light could be seen.

 

Iblis, the forefather of the devils, was blocked from the news of the sky so he rang out a very loud scream.

 

The Valley of Samavah, where for a number of years no water had been seen, now flowed with that element.

 

The devils were stricken with falling stars and were blocked from hearing any of the news exchanged by the angels in the sky.

 

The wisest of the Magian clerics dreamed that a number of strong camels led the horses of Arabia across the Tigris into their territory.

 

The sounds were heard from the idols in Makkah announcing the good news of the arrival of Prophet Muhammad (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam).

 

The animals talked and said, "We swear by the Lord of the Ka'bah! That Prophet is coming who is the guardian and protector of the entire world and is the sun of its people."