We are going to begin our lesson with Egypt. What most people commonly refer to as religion is made up of the Egyptians study of of Cosmology and Astrology. This today is known as Christian Science or Moorish Science. The Math & Sciences designed by the early humans of this planet helped them understand architecture, the stars, healing, etc… In understanding their environment and life they designed human like structures in representation of what they knew and understood to give respect to all scientific factors that created life.

Their Gods were the stars, the moon, life, death, fertility, etc; all elements for life and nature around them, what we call today Science. Europeans have tried to erase this fact by giving this body of study demeaning teams like “pagan” and non believers . But what you haven't been told is that they are the foundation of the very religions you serve and believe in today. Let us begin with the the land of Israel this is supposed to be the holy land of the bible and the holy family and bloodline of the bible but when you dived deeper into the history of this name. You begin to see that the name Israel (Is-Ra-El) is the makeup of the three highest Egyptian Gods. ISIS, RA and EL. Is = light + Ra = sun + El = first cause. Israel = the church of god.

Israelites, i.e. the followers of the Judaic (relating to Judaism or the ancient Jews) religion, refers to root meaning of the compound parts, namely the Egyptian gods Isis (rescripted as Sarah) and Ra (rescripted as Abraham), and the Canaanite god El (rendered as "lord" in the Old Testament).

Let's now take a look at another name Allah. The Arabic word for God in Abrahamic religions. Let’s pause here and notice Abrahamic religions, the root being Abraham, the basis of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. These considered Abrahamic religions because they all accept the tradition of a god, Yahweh, that revealed himself to the prophet Abraham. The name Allah before the Arabic language was written as EL in the Aramaic/Canaanite language such as Hebrew. Keep in mind that Semitic languages are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family. El, also called 'Il or Elyon ("Most High"), generally considered leader of the pantheon (later conflated with the idiosyncratic god Yahweh)

Egyptian God IsIs in astro-theology, the star Sirius (the brightest star in the sky). Among the Egyptians, the zodiacal Isis is a virgin mother. We can note this also with ‘Is-a-iah’ as Is means light. Is-ra-el is: Is, the light of Ra, the sun, is El, the first cause. (Isaiah 60:3 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB))

To the Egyptians goddess of light; light meaning revealed wisdom, knowledge.

Egyptian God Ra was the God of the sun that also was related to as the father or Saturn. This connect was also made in later Canaanite mythology.

The three of these combined created first cause refers to the first domino, event, or trigger of the big bang. The Hebrew redactors used Egyptian myths to make the biblical stories; which, from time to time, had Babylonian myths grafted onto earlier texts or replaced portions of the original stories.”

Gary Greenberg (2000), 101 Myths of the Bible (pg. 7)

These Gods (Science) was loved by the Europeans that they then recreated these Gods for themselves. As we see they then took the bible and rewrote the history and then began to use it for control.  In the Egyptian seen we see that the Sun(SON) God Ra was born from Nu that was recreated by Hebrews & Israelites as Abraham having a son a a desendat for Noah (Nu in Arabic).


Muhammad was not a prophet he was a politician. With this group they were warriors and military effort built. It was clear that muhammad either spoke to Jews or talked to other about their religion. Being that muhammad was not able to read and write you can see how he messed up the information and got it wrong in the koran. The were good a state craft and after Muhammad went back to their persian ways. Oncuring areas like northern africa and starting the trans saharan slave trade you find how Mali and Benin tribes became muslim known as moors. In this religion it is doubtful that church and state could even separate. http://www.pewforum.org/2006/05/22/how-and-why-muhammad-made-a-difference/

Our History was told backwards. Blacks were taken from America to Europe to Spain then Kicked out of Spain to Africa then taken back to America. To begin the holocaust.

The first blacks to ever make it to America was the Dogo from Mali.

 IdrisIds who were the ruling dynasty of morocco and mauritania. There were led by kind Mansa Musa in 1727.

Treaty are important because the constitution says that they are the law of the land. To confirm this we refer to the quote “thus an act was passed in Massachusetts on 6th of March, 1788, forbidding any Negro not a subject of the emperor of Morocco, or a citizen of the United States, form tarrying in the the Commonwealth.” This basically meant that everyone that knew they moors were freemen and enjoyed the same rights as Citizens without having to actually become a citizen.

John Hanson (a Moor) was actually the 1st President of the United States, he served from 1781 – 1782 and he was black.

Moors of North America (Amexem).It is said the Moorish National Divine Movement was founded on these teachings (Sufism) by Prophet noble Drew Ali. Eliza Turner and John Drew Quitman studied under Jamal al-Afghani, who were the parents of the man who would one day establish (M.H.T.S.) Moorish Holy Temple of Science / (M.S.T.A.) Moorish Science Temple of America and etc…

THE MOORISH AMERICAN PROPHET NOBLE DREW ALI" by Professor Ravanna Bey


As we see in the world of international treaty and constitution we see that Law is the most important to understand how the world really works.

From there he received certain books, lessons, and knowledge to think on greater things; and the Canaanite Temple was born from this union. It is said that Karim El “anointed” Timothy Drew {Prophet Noble Drew Ali}. It

was obviously symbolic to Drew taken his place when El went back to Africa.

  Because of its teaching and practice of universal brotherhood

end-run around tribal fragmentation

the nations would be like USA and the tribes would be states/that body politic

transcendental mandate to unite the tribes of israel in preparation for the arrival of the messiah

that is why hebrews changed they way Egyptian god were presented with the underlying notion is idolatry; that once you have images, people are going to worship them.

Who were the first Muslims? A. The

Ancient Ethiopians, the Hamites

and Canaanites all from ancient Africa, which was originally call HAM. Ancient Hamites from what is known as Ethiopia and Egypt long before Arab occupation.

The slavery of the mind is far more destructive than that of the body.” Blyden waged a battle for what he called the “decolonization of the African mind.”

His famous quote are: "We need some African power, some great center of the race where our physical, pecuniary and intellectual strength may be collected."

"Among the free portion of the descendants of Africa, numbering about four or five millions, there is enough talent, wealth, and enterprise, to form a respectable nationality on the continent of Africa."

Of Blyden, the great Marcus Mosiah Garvey (1887-1940) stated that: "You who do not know anything of your ancestry will do well to read the works of Blyden, one of our historians and chroniclers, who has done so much to retrieve the lost prestige of the race.

Read "THE MOORISH AMERICAN PROPHET NOBLE DREW ALI" by Professor Ravanna Bey

I have be began to define and assist in the understanding of these words and term to better help you in your awakening: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jDxsEeeAdnS1Y2nq3LeKfY-N0jyHd94B5dYhj3kXg-c



“Canaanite Temple”

The debts of the Systemic Racism used in order for us to forget our history.

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Works Cited

Niamh, McCrea. "Systemic Racism: A Theory of Oppression Joe R. Feagin." Community Development Journal, no. 1, 2007, p. 134. EBSCOhost, ezproxy.umuc.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsjsr&AN=edsjsr.44259032&site=eds-live&scope=site.



References

According to author and researcher Patrick Bowen

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