Moorish Circle 7: The Rise of the Islamic Faith Among Blacks in America and it's masonic origins

Moorish Circle 7: The Rise of the Islamic Faith Among


Moorish Circle 7: The Rise of the Islamic Faith Among Blacks in America and it's masonic origins ❴Download❵ ✤ Moorish Circle 7: The Rise of the Islamic Faith Among Blacks in America and it's masonic origins Author Keith Moore – Polishdarling.co.uk This book is based on the theory that the black Muslim movement was created from the knowledge of the Masonic order In the early decades of the th century, noble drew ali established a political and r This book is 7: The PDF Ê based on the theory that the black Muslim movement was created from the knowledge of the Masonic order In the early decades of the th century, noble drew ali established a political and religious organization known today as the Moorish Science Temple of America It was this organization that exposed black to something other than the normal Christian influences of that day Ali a high degree freemason, incorporated various Masonic teachings from an Moorish Circle PDF/EPUB or auxiliary group Known as the AEAONMS ancient Egyptian Arabic order of noble of the mystic shrine A pseudo Islamic Arabic oriental organization that served as a wake up call to a lost knowledge A knowledge that was taken away from Africans during the slave trades The theory behind this book is that the majority of the slaves that were taken from the west coast of Africa were practicing Muslims, and these Muslims were forced to convert to Circle 7: The PDF/EPUB ✓ Christianity under the strong oppression of slavery At one time Afro Americans were the biggest minority in the American society About % of the today s population of black s are descendants of slaves that were brought to America for working on plantations since the th century At the beginning of the th century most of the so called Negroes lived in the plantation areas of the Southern States After the Civil War and the abolition of slavery it wasn t until the earlys ands that black s were beginning to experiment with other faiths Of all the faiths Islam became the fastest growing religion and the most popular This book by far is in no way a research into black history, instead it covers a deeper aspect of history in which I call the history behind the history It explores the true Asiatic origins of the ancient religions of Hinduism, Buddhism well as the Islamic faith Finally It explores the Masonic symbolisms of ali s Moorish science dogma digging deeper into the esoteric side of his Aquarian Masonic teaching explaining their origins and discovering an age old wisdom that had been kept hidden from the human eye One would think that Africans in the Americas would have rejected the religious tradition of their European oppressors taking into consideration that African religions are far older they possess sources of knowledge spiritual salvation Yet there are those who have turned away from traditional Christian dominated environments in order to find a greater understanding of themselves and the world in which they live One alternative has been to seek knowledge in the various religious groups that arose in the th century.


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  1. Tyler Anderson Tyler Anderson says:

    I was so excited about this book Being a member of the MOC, an occasional scholar of black nationalism, and recently having been raised as a Master Mason, this was exactly the book I wanted to read Alas.Rather immediately upon cracking this book, I became aware of a certain level of incoherence Diction, punctuation, phrasing, and grammar did not rate highly in this author s list of important aspects of writing One might notice that even the title is irregularly capitalized and mis punctuate I was so excited about this book Being a member of the MOC, an occasional scholar of black nationalism, and recently having been raised as a Master Mason, this was exactly the book I wanted to read Alas.Rather immediately upon cracking this book, I became aware of a certain level of incoherence Diction, punctuation, phrasing, and grammar did not rate highly in this author s list of important aspects of writing One might notice that even the title is irregularly capitalized and mis punctuated misspelled I can overlook those things, however, if the final product communicates its ideas with texture and verve Alas.A vast majority of the book is cobbled together from sources of dubious veracity, many of which fall into the category of that lay Afrocentrism which will be familiar to anyone with a background reading in this general topic area Everybody is African Everything is African All accomplishments in the ancient world are by Africans Native Americans are African Dravidians African Religion African Your granny s potato soup African Never mind that African is a largely useless and undefinable term Never mind that attributing the entire world s accomplishments to one group is not only problematic but incredibly dismissive Never mind that those Egyptian pyramids in Guatemala bear absolutely no relation, in form, function, or physics, to their supposed North African imago Never mind that an analog to the Vedas is simply not extant in hieroglyphic texts Never mind that an image sculpted to represent Gautama a thousand years after he died is not exactly proof of his Egyptian ancestry Never mind any reasonable or remotely traceable facts Ho Hum.I should mention, while I m tossing this gentleman s sources out the window, that I myself am quoted as an unknown source, words taken from an article I wrote years ago for an online journal which is since gone, and my name has fallen off of the only surviving online copy at the top of page xiv of the Preface Imagine my disorientation Additionally, I was disappointed, even so, that the title doesn t really bear that much resemblance to the material There is little meat on the Rise of the Islamic Faith Among Blacks in America bone, and even less on the ribs of it s sic masonic origins A few offhanded paragraphs amounting to a notation of images on MSTA charters being probably derived from the Shrine is pretty much all we get Alas.I think that Mr Moore s intentions are extremely well placed and positive, and I m guessing that a good deal of work went into this book But the utter and complete lack of editing the scatter shot paragraphs that seem to leap from here to there, and then make such statements as I have just proved thus and so and the extremely problematic issue of sources and lacking footnotes in any case all add up to a train wreck I give it two rueful stars for effort


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10 thoughts on “Moorish Circle 7: The Rise of the Islamic Faith Among Blacks in America and it's masonic origins

  1. Tyler Anderson Tyler Anderson says:

    I was so excited about this book Being a member of the MOC, an occasional scholar of black nationalism, and recently having been raised as a Master Mason, this was exactly the book I wanted to read Alas.Rather immediately upon cracking this book, I became aware of a certain level of incoherence Diction, punctuation, phrasing, and grammar did not rate highly in this author s list of important aspects of writing One might notice that even the title is irregularly capitalized and mis punctuate I was so excited about this book Being a member of the MOC, an occasional scholar of black nationalism, and recently having been raised as a Master Mason, this was exactly the book I wanted to read Alas.Rather immediately upon cracking this book, I became aware of a certain level of incoherence Diction, punctuation, phrasing, and grammar did not rate highly in this author s list of important aspects of writing One might notice that even the title is irregularly capitalized and mis punctuated misspelled I can overlook those things, however, if the final product communicates its ideas with texture and verve Alas.A vast majority of the book is cobbled together from sources of dubious veracity, many of which fall into the category of that lay Afrocentrism which will be familiar to anyone with a background reading in this general topic area Everybody is African Everything is African All accomplishments in the ancient world are by Africans Native Americans are African Dravidians African Religion African Your granny s potato soup African Never mind that African is a largely useless and undefinable term Never mind that attributing the entire world s accomplishments to one group is not only problematic but incredibly dismissive Never mind that those Egyptian pyramids in Guatemala bear absolutely no relation, in form, function, or physics, to their supposed North African imago Never mind that an analog to the Vedas is simply not extant in hieroglyphic texts Never mind that an image sculpted to represent Gautama a thousand years after he died is not exactly proof of his Egyptian ancestry Never mind any reasonable or remotely traceable facts Ho Hum.I should mention, while I m tossing this gentleman s sources out the window, that I myself am quoted as an unknown source, words taken from an article I wrote years ago for an online journal which is since gone, and my name has fallen off of the only surviving online copy at the top of page xiv of the Preface Imagine my disorientation Additionally, I was disappointed, even so, that the title doesn t really bear that much resemblance to the material There is little meat on the Rise of the Islamic Faith Among Blacks in America bone, and even less on the ribs of it s sic masonic origins A few offhanded paragraphs amounting to a notation of images on MSTA charters being probably derived from the Shrine is pretty much all we get Alas.I think that Mr Moore s intentions are extremely well placed and positive, and I m guessing that a good deal of work went into this book But the utter and complete lack of editing the scatter shot paragraphs that seem to leap from here to there, and then make such statements as I have just proved thus and so and the extremely problematic issue of sources and lacking footnotes in any case all add up to a train wreck I give it two rueful stars for effort


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