Recommended: Sex and Race Why White and Black Mix in Spite of Opposition

8 10 2006

Sex and Race Why White and Black Mix in Spite of Opposition

Of the trilogy, this one was especially difficult to put down because the content is quite riveting. It was amazing how this reporter, researcher, historian and anthropologist could go around the world and find out information in the most minute detail. However, you have modern scholars who cannot decipher many of the historical texts with any type of accuracy and without bias. J.A. Rogers set out to answer most of your questions on the social and sexual issues between Africans and Europeans. In addition, there is the “Shock” factor and history that you just may not get anywhere else, except with exceptional authors like this one’.. And just like the previous two volumes to make his case, he has great black and white photos and all of the references to validate his point.

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Recommended: Sex and Race: A History of White, Negro, and Indian Miscegenation in the Two Americas : The New World

8 10 2006

Sex and Race: A History of White, Negro, and Indian Miscegenation in the Two Americas : The New World

In this second volume, Roger’s focuses on the new world and shows that the inhabitants of the americas are far from being pure racially. As discussed in the previous volume, race mixing with Africans took place all throughout Europe. In the new world however, Europeans not only mixed with Africans, but also with the other indigenous people of the americas including the caribbean. Also, there is good reason to believe that some of the indigenous peoples of the americas were already somewhat mixed before the europeans arrived.

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Recommended: Sex and Race: Negro-Caucasian Mixing in All Ages and All Lands : The Old World

8 10 2006

Sex and Race: Negro-Caucasian Mixing in All Ages and All Lands : The Old WorldIn this book, Rogers not only talks of African achievement in the old world but also shows that there is no scientific basis for “race” because a large percentage of the world’s population is “mixed” with African or people who are apparently of african ancestry. One of the interesting techniques used by Rogers in these sex and race books is showing photographs of people who have ascertainable “African blood” (no matter how slight) and leaving it up to the reader to judge.

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Recommended: The Montauk Book Of The Dead

7 10 2006

The Montauk Book Of The Dead

The Ali Shuffle (chapter excerpt from this book)

At the current time, the door to Moorish mysteries is opening far and wide. The Age of Pisces is at an end, and the Moors are coming to receive their inheritance. Drew Ali instigated this process when he returned to America and released a publication known as the Circle Seven Koran. While Drew Ali did not deliver the concise formula as was clearly delineated in Synchronicity and the Seventh Seal, he represented the energy and was the energy of such. Drew Ali was very much a part of the mythos and reality that enabled me to write that book. What Drew Ali wrote was geared towards a format that would be accepted by his people at that particular time. It apparently worked quite well.

bookofdeadWhen the Moorish Science reached its peak in 1929, it was on the heels of one of the greatest, but most dangerous, discoveries Drew Ali ever made. In 1928, Ali attended a Pan American conference in Havana Cuba where he enjoyed broad recognition from a host of other countries. They were, of course, recognizing his sovereign status as a Moorish national who was representing the ancient empire of Amexem. Keep in mind that other countries had no reason to fear Drew Ali or what he represented. It was at this conference, however, that he received a document which was to change the face of Moorish Science forever and would eventually lead to what is known as the Great Schism. That is the name the Moorish community uses to refer to the dispersal of Moorish Science into different groups.

The document Drew Ali received was a copy of a mandate whereby the Amexem Empire extended a land grant of the entire Western Hemisphere to certain Europeans. I have not yet seen the document, and its exact contents are highly mysterious, yet its ramifications literally turned the United States of America upside down. Essentially, it “leased” America to a certain party for a particular number of years, not unlike the way China leased Hong Kong to Great Britain, The lease was up in 2004.

It is entirely reasonable to believe that such a document, if it still exists and can be brought to light, is a mere relic of a long forgotten era that has no significant meaning in today’s legal system. That would be fine except for one very important point. If you have truly studied the detailed legal history of the United States of America, you would understand that there is more than a little truth to the prospect of their being such a document. Why? The entire legal history of the United States is predicated on such a proposition.

What is known is that Secretary of State Hughes, from the U.S. Government, attended the Pan American conference and was made privy to this mandate. So were several other heads of state. As a result, a closed-door conference between several nations was held in Geneva, Switzerland and a labyrinthine series of discussions and negotiations began. The Geneva conferences went on for some five years, but records are still kept sealed to this very day. It is known that several international banks called in their loans as a result of this potential legal threat and the stock market crashed in 1929. Several countries, which included the United States, Portugal, France, and Spain, declared bankruptcy in order that relevant powers could buffer themselves from any potential legal claims.

In the case of the United States of America, it was reorganized with a new corporate legal status. Franklin Roosevelt was part and parcel of the entire plan when he abolished the gold standard and created the New Deal. Federal Reserve notes were then issues in place of gold-backed currency. The Great Seal of the Moors was used on the back of the notes.

People behind the Geneva conferences were so concerned about any potential boomerangs from the Moorish issue that they began a full barreled character assination of Moorish heritage. the most flagrant example of this was when two Master Masons put together the infamous Amos and Andy show and it became the first nationally syndicated radio show in history. It was deliberately designed to spoof the Moorish Science Temple by lampooning them as the “Mystic Order of the Knights of the Sea” and callously referred to them as sardines. From one perspective, this can be viewed as hysterically funny, especially when you consider that the dignitaries were given titles such as the Swordfish, the Mackeral, and the Kingfish. On the other hand, it was a deliberate and malicious act of intent designed to portray any Moor as the most laughable example of what could be termed the lowest common denominator. Not long after Amos and Andy had its national debut, Drew Ali was arrested and mysteriously died. This has been ignored by both history and conspiracy books. When you see how integrally connected the Moors are to the history of the world, let alone the United States, you see that they are a guidepost to the true history of the planet. this is the lamp of illumination, the Hermit’s lamp (from the Tarot), that the secret societies have long played tribute to in their writings.

By reason of our social conditioning, it seems utterly preposterous that the old Moorish Empire could have an actual court-of-law legal claim on this country. Conversely, it appears that world leaders have been deathly afraid of such and have even prepared themselves to legally avoid the inevitable. Once again, the Moors show themselves to be hard-wired into the infrastructure of our consciousness as well as the historical paper trail.

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Recommended: Synchronicity & the Seventh Seal

7 10 2006

Synchronicity & the Seventh SealThis book is an excellent initiation through the labyrinth of some of the mind patterns that have helped create this paradigm of consciouness.

This book is also recommende as it opens the mind to the Moorish perspective through European eyes and how it correlates to the intricate history of esoteric America.

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Recommended: Sacred Drift: Essays on the Margins of Islam

7 10 2006

Sacred Drift: Essays on the Margins of IslamPeter Lamborn Wilson proposes a set of heresies, a culture of resistance, that dispels the false image of Islam as monolithic, puritan, and two-dimensional. Here is the story of the Moorish-American Noble Drew Ali, the founder of “Islam” in this country, and of the violent end of his struggle for “love, truth, peace, freedom, and justice.” Another essay deals with Satan and “Satanism” in Esoteric Islam; and another offers a scathing critique of “Authority” and sexual misery in modern Puritanist Islam. “The Anti-caliph” evokes a hot mix of Ibn Arabi’s tantric mysticism and the revolutionary teachings of the “Assassins.” The title essay, “Sacred Drift,” roves through the history and poetics of Sufi travel, from Ibn Khaldun to Rimbaud in Abyssinia to the Situationists. A “Romantic” view of Islam is taken to radical extremes; the exotic may not be “True,” but it’s certainly a relief from academic propaganda and the obscene banality of simulation.
Peter Lamborn Wilson lives in New York and works for Semiotext(e) magazine, Pacifica Radio, and the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. A long decade in the Orient (1968-1981) inspires his writing, including The Drunken Universe: An Anthology of Persian Sufi Poetry and Scandal: Essays in Islamic Heresy.

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Recommended: They Came Before Columbus: The African Presence in Ancient America

7 10 2006

They Came Before Columbus: The African Presence in Ancient AmericaIvan Van Sertima’s “They Came Before Columbus” focuses on the idea that ancient Africans sailed to the Americas before 1492. It is a fascinating introduction to the idea of African-American diffusionism. Van Sertima casts a very wide net, cataloging the possibility of voyages to the Americas by Phoenicians and Egyptians in ancient times, and West Africans in the centuries before Columbus.

The evidence (similarity of American and Egyptian pyramids, European encounters with dark-skinned people in the Americas before trans-Atlantic slavery, Native American and West African folktales and oral history, New World crops in the Old World and vice-versa prior to 1492, linguistic similarities between West Africans and Native Americans, ancient American statues with Negroid features, Columbus’s contact with African sailors, etc.) presented in this book is continually interesting, and is enough to convince someone who wants to believe it, but it is never quite conclusive enough to convince a skeptic.

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Recommended: African Presence in Early Europe

7 10 2006

African Presence in Early Europe (Journal of African Civilizations)“Snowden approached…all of the writings of the ‘classical writers’ of Greece and Rome for the actual references made to Africa and Africans…Ethiopians were the yardstick by which blackness was measured…European family crests showing black faces and coarse hair are accompanied frequently by such African derivatives as Mawr, Moore, Moorehead, Morris, Morrison, Mora, Maurice, Mareau, Moretti, Muir, Mohr, meaning a person from Mauritania [the Moors].

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Recommended: The Golden Age of the Moor

7 10 2006

The Golden Age of the Moor (Journal of African Civilizations, Vol 11, Fall 1991)In his book The Golden Age Of The Moor, Ivan Van Sertima takes an entirely different approach to identifing the Moors. He dosen’t atempt to explain the theories of others nor does he offer a theory of his own. Instead Van Sertima presents a compilation of historical information taken from the museums of Europe that describe the Moors. In his book Van Sertima presents paintings, sculptures, coats of arms, and written records about the Moors, that date back to the period that the Moors were in Europe. Van Sertima’s approach is based upon his premis that the most accurate information about the Moors would be the information recorded by the European historians and the European people that lived during the period of time that Moors were in Europe.

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Recommended: Kybalion: A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece (Hardcover)

7 10 2006

Kybalion: A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and GreeceQuotations taken from the source material (“The Kybalion”) are given, and then explained very clearly.

The chapters are as follows: 1. Hermetic Philosophy 2. Seven Hermetic Principles 3. Mental Transmutation 4. The All 5. The Mental Universe 6. The Divine Parodox 7. “The All” in All 8. Planes of Correspondence 9. Vibration 10. Polarity 11. Rhythm 12. Causation 13. Gender 14. Mental Gender 15. Hermetic Axioms.

Whether or not you agree with Hermeticism, this book and/or the material from the original “Kybalion” served as important source material for many of the key Hermetic writers of the 20th and late 19th centuries. This book should be included in the library of anyone seriously interested in western esoteric philosophy.

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