A Sufi Shaykh claiming to save all his followers

Q 4, 5: The Shaykh ordered that the glad tidings, ascribed to Hajy Ibrahim, should be inscribed on the council room. According to the glad tidings, the Prophet (peace be upon him) came to Hajy and said: "No one of the followers of this Shaykh will lose in the world or the hereafter except those who are insincere to him." Nevertheless, the successor denied this good omen and said: "The Prophet (peace be upon him) did not come to me. I did not see him and he (peace be upon him) (Part No. 2; Page No. 65) did not inform me of such things." The Shaykh got very angry at this denial and said: "According to my verification, the Satan party (whose name is Ahl Al-Dably) dominates this successor i.e. Hajy Ibrahim and spoiled his memory. Consequently, Hajy now is denying the good omen and his seeing of the Prophet (peace be upon him)". The Shaykh then announced from his Minbar (pulpit) that he did not give any order of writing the good omen except after he had first verified its authenticity one hundred times via radiant water and luminous investigation. When he was sure that the concerned good omen was true and that all its words were correct, the Shaykh ordered that it should be written. At several times, the Shaykh pointed to the good omen written on the wall to the right of his assembly room, repeated its words, and concluded by saying: "or the Prophet (peace be upon him) said like that".The successor Hajy Ibrahim said: "Regarding all several times when I told - on Minbar - that I saw the Prophet (peace be upon him), I did so only because I was commanded and forced by the Shaykh to do. All these narrations are not true. They all have no real origin." It is worth mentioning that according to one of the concerned narrations, Jibril (Gabriel, peace be upon him) brought to the Shaykh's assembly a golden crown of three levels. Then, the Prophet (peace be upon him) - who joined the same session - put such a crown on the Shaykh's head. Another narration tells that Ayat-ul-Kursy (the Qur’anic Verse of Allah’s Chair, Surah Al-Baqarah, 2:255) descended from the heavens and entered the Shaykh's heart. What is your opinion on this?

A 4, 5: First: Claiming that the Prophet (peace be upon him) came to the successor in question, told him about the good omen, put (Part No. 2; Page No. 66) the crown on the Shaykh's head, and that Ayat-ul-Kursy descended and entered the Shaykh's heart is nothing but explicit falsehood. It is worth mentioning that the Prophet (peace be upon him) warned Muslims against ascribing untrue sayings to him. He (peace be upon him) said: If a person falsely ascribes to me something while they intend to do so, then (surely) they will occupy their seats in hellfire. Second: The conflict between the sayings of the Shaykh and those of his successor regarding the concerned good omen signifies that the Shaykh is a liar. He deceives naive people to win over their attention and devour their money unjustly.