Two Messiahs

For thousands of years the world of religion and some in government have been awaiting the arrival of the Messiah, one on whose shoulders a new government would be placed and through whom a new world order would emerge. The person identified as the Messiah is the most important person in Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.

Mystery has surrounded both the identity and the arrival of the Messiah. Believing that a Messiah was on the horizon to replace him, King Herod, the “king of the Jews,” under the authority of Rome, was so protective of his throne that he killed his own son because he viewed his offspring as a threat to his kingship. Referring to Herod’s Jewishness, the Roman emperor Augustus reportedly joked, “It was safer to be Herod’s swine than his son” (Macrobius, Saturnalia, 2:4:11). Herod then issued orders that all first-born male children of Bethlehem were to be killed as well. His main objective was to kill the Messiah, thereby extending his own longevity as ruler.

Two thousand years later, the Government of the United States of America, along with the leadership of the Jewish community, has been obsessed with the advent of a modern-day Messiah, someone who would end the world of White Supremacy and global Jewish hegemony. The Jews, represented by the ADL, entered into a pact with the U.S. Government, represented by the FBI under the leadership of J. Edgar Hoover and later Director William Webster, to identify and destroy the one who they feared would emerge as the Black Messiah. (The Jewish OnslaughtThe Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, vol. 2; <https://www.noi.org/cointelpro/>)

Definition of Messiah

What does the word Messiah mean? Who is the Messiah? Would there be one Messiah or multiple Messiahs? Where will he (they) come from? What is his (their) relationship to God? What would he (they) look like? Why should the world both rejoice and fear his (their) presence?

The word Messiah means one anointed to lead, a savior or liberator of a group who has suffered oppression; a person considered a king and a high priest. The English word Messiah is a noun derived from the Hebrew word mashach, which means “to smear with oil, anoint.” In the Abrahamic religious tradition some scriptural interpretations speak of a king who is to be sent by God, and accompanied by a high priest who is also considered a part of the messiahship.

In both the early Christian and Jewish traditions, the concept of multiple messiahs was fairly common. The Old Testament speaks of two Messiahs. In both the Book of Isaiah (chapter 53) and the Book of Zechariah (4:4) two “anointed ones” are mentioned. Zechariah foretold of a man called “the Branch.” The branch was identified as one who would sit on the throne. But seated next to the kingly “Branch” would be an anointed priest. The two anointed Messiahs would stand before “the Lord of the whole earth.” In Zechariah’s vision, the “two olive branches” stand before the Menorah, the seven branched oil lamp that symbolized God’s spirit and presence. Each “branch” represents an aspect of two separate individuals.

In the pre-Christian pseudepigrapha (religious writings whose authorship is unknown) the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs, we learn that “the Lord will raise up from Levi someone as high priest and from Judah someone as king” (Testament of Simon 7.2).

Further, according to a June 3, 2015, article in the Huffington Post titled “Waiting for the Messiahs? One, Two or Three?” written by James D. Tabor, the author questions the validity of just one Messiah to come. In his book The Jesus Dynasty, Tabor examines the concept of the two Messiahs. The topic became headline news in US News and World Report, as well as on ABC’s Good Morning America20/20, and Nightline.

As time progressed and as Judaism underwent a transition away from the purity of the teachings of Abraham and Moses, that tradition and the concept of multiple messiahs underwent a transition also. Aspects of that transition can be traced to the leadership of Ezra, a priest and a scribe who was placed in charge of the Jewish colony that had been under Babylonian captivity from approximately 597 BCE to 539 BCE. When the Babylonians were defeated by the Persians, the king of Persia, Cyrus the Great, allowed the Jews to return to Judea. The Persian king appointed Ezra as the new leader of the Jews. What is a factor, however, is the impact of Persian monotheism on Ezra and the Jews who had been held in captivity in Babylon. After that period a new form of Judaism emerged. Eschewing Allah’s warnings in the Quran not to change the religion or modify the scriptures, the Jews did both. They integrated aspects of the Babylonian and Persian religions into their nascent practice of Judaism. Hence, the period of Babylonian captivity becomes a pivotal point in the history of messianic interpretation.

Not only did the Jews write a new scripture with their own hands, the Talmud, they also modified the Old and New Testaments to conform to their own religio-political narrative. An aspect of that narrative included the concept of a single messiah, instead of multiple messiahs. According to the Holy Quran (9:30), for example, the Jews revered Ezra so much that they called him “The son of God.” Therefore, for some Jews, Ezra had reached the status in Judaism that Jesus had reached in Christianity.

Prior to their captivity in Babylon these half-hearted followers of Moses did not practice the teachings of Moses exclusively; they were not strict monotheists: they were practicing a form of monotheism called monolatrism, the worship of mini-gods in addition to a Supreme Being.

One group of believers who faithfully followed the teaching of Moses was called the Essenes. The Essenes were distinct from the Jews called the Sadducees and the Pharisees. (See The Meaning of the Dead Sea Scrolls.) The Essenes were highly influenced by the African (Egyptian) adherents of the monotheistic followers of Aton (The Mystery of the Copper Scroll of Qumran), and they were abstemious, pious, and studious. They considered the Sadducees and the Pharisees to be corrupt and sinful followers of Moses, and, quite frankly, out of their (the Essenes’) league; indeed, they were enemies. The Essenes produced the purist Biblical texts ever used for Biblical translations. The text used by the Sadducees and the Pharisees was the Masoretic Text. Our King James Version of the Bible is the byproduct of the Masoretic translation. The purer, more precise, translation of the Essene documents, known as the Qumran Scrolls, predates the Masoretic text by almost 1000 years. These were original translations and original documents written by the Essenes themselves. Therefore, many scholars consider the Masoretic text to have been corrupted (redacted), and in several passages it does not conform to the purer texts of the Qumran Scrolls.

Another distinction between the Essenes and the Sadducees/Pharisees was the latter’s support and justification of slavery (as evidenced in both the Torah and the Talmud). The Bible and the Talmud were referenced by the Jews as a justification for their control of the slave industry.

However, the more significant aspect of the distinctions between the groups has little to do with ethnicity or how they viewed each other’s religiosity. One of the main differences between the two groups has to do with how they viewed the coming Messiah. The Masoretic scholars changed the messiahship from representing two individuals to being a single Messiah.

Aaron: The First Messiah

The Essenes believed in a Messiah of Aaron and a Messiah of Israel, in addition to a Teacher of Righteousness. All three were to make a joint appearance at the end of the rule of the enemies of God. One Messiah was to be a high priest and the other was to be a king. Ironically, according to Philo of Alexandria, also known as Philo Judaeus, the first man to be anointed as the Messiah was Aaron, the brother of Moses. Philo was a Jewish priest and a proponent of Aristotle and Plato. He bears witness to the Teachings of the Nation of Islam that speak of Christianity being a man-made religion, not of divine origin. Philo was one of the key figures who merged Hellenism with Judaism and created a new religion—Christianity. Accordingly, the biblical scholars who wrote The Interpreter’s One-Volume Commentary on the Bible concluded that Philo’s goal was to make Judaism acceptable to the Greeks. However, a portion of the Jewish community never accepted this. This position is exemplified in the positions adopted by the Jews under the rule of the Maccabees.

The Maccabees were a priestly family that led a revolt against Hellenism (Hellenic influence) in 168 B.C. They founded the Hasmonean dynasty, which rebelled against the Greeks and Hellenized Jews, reasserted Judaism, and reduced the influence of Hellenism and Hellenistic Judaism throughout Judea. These actions also led to a split between the rank-and-file Jews and the orthodox or traditionalist Jews on the one hand and the Hellenized Jews on the other. The Hellenized Jews sought the favor of their Greek overlords; the religious Jews never fully accepted the rule of the Hellenized Jews because the role of a spiritual Messiah was absent: they emphasized only the role of a political leader, not that of a religious Messiah.

With the emergence of Antiochus IV Epiphanes, the newly elected Greek ruler, the persecution of the Jews increased. With this increase in Jewish persecution, a division among the Jews was further exacerbated. The rank and file and the orthodox Jews were expecting the return of two Messiahs; the Maccabees did not. The Maccabees sought political accommodation with their oppressors; the other Jews wanted complete freedom from the Greeks.

According to Dr. Leila Leah Bronner, noted Jewish author, professor, and activist (“The Jewish Messiah: A Historical Perspective”), the Jews became wary of the idea that God was going to send a savior to redeem them. The Mishna, the Midrash, and the Talmud all downplay the role of the Messiah. Further, there is no mention of the Messiah after the failure of the Bar Kochba revolt (the second Jewish revolt against the Romans in 132 CE). The rabbis place emphasis on a “Messianic Age” and a “Messianic people” instead of a Messiah per se. The rabbinic Jewish leaders began to rely less on a Supreme Being and more on the supremacy of their own being. If God abandoned them, they were going to abandon Him.

The Concept of the Messiah and the Growth of Zionism

With the emergence of the period known as the European Enlightenment in the 18th century, Jewish thinkers stressed rational thinking and de-emphasized a belief in the supernatural aspects of the Old Testament. This led to the evolution of the Reform Judaism movement, and a move away from Orthodox Judaism. With this came the abandonment of the concept of a personal Messiah and the further adoption of a belief in a messianic people. A by-product of this movement was the emergence of modern Zionism.  

The Dual Personalities of Melchizedek

Melchizedek is viewed as one of the most mysterious figures in the Old Testament. He is also viewed as the model upon which the Messiah is to be based. Melchizedek embodies a dual personage: a king and a priest. Melchizedek was the King of Salem and the “Priest of the Most High God.” Like Elijah, Melchizedek never dies and he prefigures the Christ figure of the New Testament. Melchizedek is a compound noun, combining Malachi and Zadok, or Elijah and Aaron. Malachi was a prophet and “God’s Messenger,” while Zadok, was the chief priest of Judah and a descendant of the son of Aaron. In Ugaritic mythology Salem, or Salim, is said to have been a god identified with the evening star. In the Holy Qur’an (Surah 53) we see a reappearance of that “star,” Al Najm, in its association with the cluster of stars known as the Pleiades.

God Empowers the Messiahs                   

Black Krishna (Christ) of Hinduism. 16th-century painting of Krishna raising Mount Govardhana.

What is the job of the Messiah? Where will he come from? What will he look like? Is he White, Black, Asian? According to a compilation of the character personality traits identified in the Scriptures, the Messiah will be a man of color. Daniel, Ezekiel, and John the Revelator describe him as a man with wooly (kinky) hair, an original (Black) man whose skin is the color of brass burned in an oven (black).

Daniel, Ezekiel, and John the Revelator also used the terms “Son of man,” “son of man,” and “one like a son of man” to depict the Christ figure. What is interesting is that each term has a different, yet similar, meaning, but they are also used interchangeably. One is a proper noun, one is a common noun, and one is indefinite; at the same time, they are all used to describe dual identities. The terms “son of man” and “one like a son of man” are subordinate to the “Son of man”; in addition, the term “Son of God” is used co-equally with the term “Son of Man” by some of the writers of the New Testament. In the English language they could be considered synonyms. Synonyms are words that may be spelled and pronounced differently, but mean exactly the same thing. The words “urban” and “inner city,” for example, are used as synonyms for “Black.”

In Daniel 7:13-14, the “Ancient of Days” (God) gives dominion over the earth to “one like the son of man,” and this person is also given control of the “Wheel” (the ultimate weapon of mass destruction), as described in the Book of Ezekiel, to destroy the enemies of God, and bring about the final judgment of the world.

Prophet Muhammad on the Messiah

According to the Book of Malachi the job of the Messiah is to pave the way for the coming of God. He is to teach the despised and rejected of the Western world (the American Black man and woman) the true knowledge of God. The despised and rejected, according to the Holy Qur’an (Surah 62), are akin to the illiterateswho had been without the knowledge of God. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) puts it this way: “He it is Who raised among the illiterates a Messenger from among themselves, who recites to them His messages and purifies them, and teaches them the Book and the Wisdom—although they were before certainly in manifest error—And others from among them who have not yet joined them. And He is the Mighty, the Wise (H.Q. 62:2-3). Hence, the Messiah is to come from a community of people who are despised, rejected, and illiterate.

Two key figures in the Book of Malachi are Elijah and Elias. Some scholars view Elijah and Elias metaphorically and symbolically as one, and they equate the reemergence of Elijah with the return of Elijah and Elias.

Malachi says the long-awaited One is to come from the East, which, according to the Book of Habakkuk, is where God Himself would reside. He is to come to America, where the dead (“the carcass”) are. Daniel said he is to be a man of color. John the Revelator said the same. Ezekiel said the same thing, and he referred to the Messiah as “son of dust” (Ezekiel 3).

Prophet Muhammad said that “[e]ven if faith were near the Pleiades,” a non-Arab from among the illiterates would find it. (See the exegesis of Surah 62, The Congregation.) Further, according to a Hadith, the Messiah will appear at a time when the Arabs will appear to have the letter of the law and not the spirit of the law. In Surah 53, The Star is associated with the Pleiades, which is a cluster of 7 stars in the constellation Taurus the Bull. Aldebaran, considered the Eye of the Bull, is the brightest star in the constellation Taurus and is often used as a guidepost by navigators and astronomers. Al Dabaran is Arabic for “The Follower.” Taurus, by the way, is the astrological sign of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.

The Pleiades, or the Seven Sisters, are sometimes associated with the cluster of stars known as the Little Dipper. The North Star lies at the end of the handle of the Little Dipper. When the slaves were trying to find their way to freedom to the North (Canada), they just had to follow the North Star. However, in order to find the North Star one had to locate the Big Dipper, an asterism of the 7 brightest stars of the constellation Ursa Major that would point the wayfarer to the Little Dipper, or the North, then to eventual freedom. Thus, to find the North Star, one would first have to find the Big Dipper. The Big Dipper would then point you to the Little Dipper.            

The Big Dipper was originally sighted in Africa, where it is seen as a drinking ladle and known as the Drinking Gourd; hence, the famous Underground Railroad code song “Follow the Drinking Gourd” exhorted Blacks seeking to escape enslavement to follow a northerly course. The following is a reference to a scene in the movie Django, where a White dentist shows up to free the enslaved Django. In the process he gives the other slaves a way out of their enslavement by following the North Star to freedom.

“As to you poor devil, so as I see it. When it comes to the subject of what to do next you, gentlemen, have two choices. One: once I am gone, you can lift that beast [horse] off the remaining speck [slave dealer], then carry him to the nearest town. Which would be 37 miles back the way you came. Or two: you can unshackle yourselves, take that rifle, put a bullet in his head, bury the two of them deep, then make your way to a more enlightened area of this country. Choice is yours. Oh, and on the off chance there are any astronomy aficionados amongst you, the North Star is that one [he points them to that direction]. Ta-ta.”

I believe the two constellations are equivalent to the two Messiahs. I further believe that Allah is using the two constellations as metaphors for two human beings—the dual Messiahs, the two Dippers, the two Sons of Man (or ones like the son of man in the Book of Daniel): two men who will lead the people to their ultimate freedom. These two men are Black men who have been taught and trained to serve as Allah’s representatives before the people. By the process of elimination, there are only two human beings that these metaphors, these synonyms, apply to: they are the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. It is my opinion that the high priest is the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the worldly king is the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, and in many ways their roles are interchangeable.

In the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament, the Son of man, the Christ, the Messiah, has an encounter with the Supreme Being, the Lord of the Worlds. God, while on His throne on what some refer to as a UFO or Ezekiel’s Wheel, is passing judgment on the nations of the Earth. After passing judgment He then cedes his power and authority to his Son, His Messiah. Global leadership is now in the hands of His Anointed ones.

Job Description of The Messiahs 

Image of the Black Buddah of India.

If we were to create a fictional Job Description for the Messiahs, the job description would specify the following criteria, based on a compilation of requirements culled from the Scriptures:

  1. The Messiahs will come from a community of Black people who have suffered oppression (slavery, sharecropping, Jim Crow apartheid) at the hands of a strange people, in a land not theirs (America) for over 400 years.
  2. They must be Black Americans living in the West.
  3. The pigmentation of the epidermis would have to be of a dark hue (as detailed in the Books of Revelation, Ezekiel, and Daniel). However, the Black skin of the Messiahs is not unique. The Messiah figures in Buddhism, Hinduism (Krishna, the Black Hindu Christ, for example); Osiris, the Christ of the Ancient Egyptians; as well as Quetzalcoatl, the Mexican Messiah—all have been depicted as Black men imbued with Africoid features. The first physical depiction of Jesus was that of a Black child with a Black mother, the Black Madonna and Child. 

    Pope praying to the Black Madonna.

    These pictures and statues are still prominently featured in many Eastern European churches today, as well as in the private prayer room of the Pope of Rome. Therefore, the Blackness of Farrakhan and Muhammad is totally in line with the Christ figures throughout history.
  4. The Messiah (Son of Man) must be able to drive a UFO, or what the Jewish scholars call a Merkabah, and use the Wheel to destroy the enemies of God.
  5. The Messiahs will make their appearance when the Arabs have the Letter of the Law but not the Spirit of the Law.
  6. They will be hated by the chief enemies of God (the Jewish leadership/Synagogue of Satan).

     

  7. They will perform miracles, such as the Million Man March, Dope Busters, and Justice Or Else Movement.
  8. They will teach the illiterates a knowledge of themselves and the Wisdom of the Scriptures.
  9. Must come from a family that is as old as the Earth.
  10. Must exhibit sublime moral and ethical characteristics.
  11. Must be able to exhibit justice to both Black and White people.
  12. Must be a musician, able to be in tune and in rhythm with all of humanity.
  13. Must be a Spiritual Genius.

The Messiahs are not to be played with or disrespected. In the paraphrased version of the Living Bible (Ezekiel 33:30) we learn:

Son of dust, your people are whispering behind your back. They talk about you in their houses and whisper about you at the doors, saying, “Come on, let’s have some fun! Let’s go hear him tell us what the Lord is saying.” So they come as though they are sincere and sit before you listening. But they have no intention of doing what you tell them to; they talk very sweetly about loving the Lord, but with their hearts they are loving their money. You are very entertaining to them, like someone who sings lovely songs with a beautiful voice or plays well on an instrument. They hear what you say but don’t pay any attention to it! But when all these terrible things happen to them—as they will—then they will know a prophet has been among them.

If we accept the above as the characteristics of the Messiahs, then the above can only apply to two men— Elijah Muhammad and Louis Farrakhan. No one else need apply.

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has yet again revealed the man of sin (also known as the synagogue of Satan). During the Saviours' Day 2017 observation in Detroit, the Minister invited expert scholars and scientists to deconstruct the official stories of horrific attacks of 9/11 and pinpoint the actual persons, entities, agencies, and groups behind this global deception. View, share, and encourage others to stand with the undeniable truth.

 

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In his bid to become chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Minn. Rep. Keith Ellison has been placed with the famous “Farrakhan Litmus Test” and he’s apparently failing… badly. For those who may not know, the Farrakhan Litmus Test is the criterion that powerful white-controlled entities use to determine if certain Blacks are willing to advance white interests above the needs of their own suffering Black people. Since the Democrats lost the presidency to Republican candidate Donald Trump, the DNC is looking for a new face of hope for the party, which brings us to Keith Ellison who’s being faced with this test. Keith Ellison Questionable DNC ADL AIPAC

Simply put, if Ellison shows that he has the intelligence and testicular fortitude to stand with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, he would be castigated and shunned by his white authorities—much like the old slave masters would treat the rebellious slave who sought freedom over oppression. Contrarily, if he denounces the Minister, it would show that he is compliant to their interests, despite how corrupt those interests may be.

With pressure coming from powerful Jewish groups like the ADL and AIPAC, Ellison’s past associations with the Nation Of Islam (NOI) has prompted him to denounce Minister Farrakhan and disavow relationships with him. Ellison accused the Minister of “sowing hatred and division, including anti-Semitism, homophobia and a chauvinistic model of manhood.”

This denunciation of Minister Farrakhan is not based on any provable facts; instead, his position is based solely on opinions derived from fallacious accusations. As a lawyer, it’s clear that Ellison’s illogical stance serves to gain the favor of those powerful groups whose interests are not for the good of Black people. His position is more like those who betrayed the freedom fighter Nat Turner, thinking they’d be favored by slave owners.

 

Like an unconscious adolescent suddenly awakened from a pipe dream by a responsible parent, some Black traditionalists are showing disdain for those who speak out against the ongoing mistreatment of Black people.

Such is the case with businessman George C. Fraser who recently posted a futile rant against Minister Farrakhan’s critique of President Obama—who chided Blacks to vote for Hillary Clinton, tying his legacy to her potential presidency. George C. Fraser

Knowing the Clintons’ racist policies against Blacks, the Minister stated that Obama should focus his legacy “in the street with your suffering people… And if you can’t go and see about them, then don’t worry about your legacy.” He added, “You fought for the rights of gay people …you fight for Israel. Your people are suffering and dying in the streets!”

The Minister’s accurate critique upset some mainstream Blacks who support the President’s unwarranted loyalty to Mrs. Clinton. In his attempt to rebut the Minister’s critique, Fraser points to a list of about 100 alleged accomplishments of the Obama Administration that are supposedly designed for Black people. However, none of these programs, policies, or initiatives listed are designed to free Blacks from the power structure of white supremacy that has always been designed against them. Many of these so-called accomplishments include items like new child safety standards for e-cigarettes and more benefits to gay, bisexual, and transgender citizens.

These are as little band-aids placed on severe bullet wounds because these ‘accomplishments’ don’t address the dire needs of Black people becoming independent from America’s racist power structure.

To justify Obama’s inattention to Black causes, Fraser states, “President Obama is NOT the BLACK President… He is the President of the United States" as though racism against blacks isn’t an inherently "American" problem that the President should address. It is outright negligence to overlook these core issues that affect every facet of American society! Did Mr. Fraser tell Obama that he's not the President of White Jews when he allotted billions of taxpayer dollars to fund the military operations of Israel? Apparently Black people are of little importance to Mr. Fraser if he thinks the President shouldn’t adequately address the issues of Black America, which affect the whole country. Instead, he hypocritically rants against the one man who is giving his life for Black people.

In what is supposed to be a rhetorical question toward the Minister, Fraser antagonistically asks, “as the leader of a NATION why has HE not done what HE is proclaiming that Obama should have done?”

Farrakhan leading peace efforts in the streets

Fraser foolishly overlooked the FACT that Minister Farrakhan has done EXACTLY what he shunned Obama for not doing—working to save our suffering people in the streets of Chicago and all over the U.S. In FACT, Farrakhan has done more to restore and clean up Black lives and communities than the entire U.S. Government (whose objectives have destroyed black families and communities). Moreover, the Minister does this without the resources or budget that the Government misuses for military weapons, foreign aid, and ineffective domestic programs, and he has been able to accomplish such unparalleled works with powerful entities, agencies, and world governments against him.

Since many ‘old guards’ still believe the American pipe dream will save Black people, here is a short comparative analysis of how an Obama/Clinton legacy matches up against the works of one man’s divine mission to free Black people.

Ilia Rashad Muhammad, student of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, debunks popular theories about UFOs, ancient aliens, ancient civilizations and pyramids. Excerpted from “The Sure Truth: UFOs & The Nation Of Islam” – Full Video Download Available.

 

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For centuries, Jewish rabbis have studied the apocalyptic prophecies of the Hebrew scriptures. Much of these studies involve the coming of God, His angels (in humanly form), and His heavenly war-chariot called “Merkabah”. Because of the intensely intriguing aspects of these prophecies and their meanings, this field of study became exclusive, even among learned Jews. Known as Merkabah mysticism, this secretive school of thought centers largely around the prophetic visions of God’s war chariot—a heavenly vessel that serves as an instrument of God’s destruction of the wicked. 
Farrakhan & the Honorable Elijah Muhammad Merkabah Wheel

It’s no surprise to see political candidates avoid dealing with issues that really address America’s sins against Black America. It’s the campaign trail and that’s what politicians do. However, there’s a hot issue related to Black America that has been at the core of America’s National Security, Intelligence, and Military Defense initiatives that hardly any politician is willing to address at its core, and it has everything to do with Black people—the reality of so-called UFOs!

The American public, particularly Black people, have been dissuaded from researching the UFO phenomena because it proves that Elijah Muhammad met the Supreme Being (God), which is why governments have shrouded this topic in mystery and secrecy. If widely known, such a truth would change the entire concept of education, religion, and society. Hence, scholars of science, academics, and theology avoid dealing with the Nation Of Islam (NOI) and Minister Farrakhan concerning this topic.

Jamal Bryant & Minister Farrakhan

Ever since Jamal Bryant, pastor of Baltimore’s Empowerment Temple AME Church, interviewed the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on the Word Network television show, he has received praise from those working to unify around the needs of Black and oppressed people; however, the interview also brought harsh criticisms from some conservative Christian leaders who felt it was un-Christian-like for Bryant to share the spotlight with the charismatic Muslim leader.

 

When the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan called for 10,000 fearless men to stand up for justice during a recent lecture, his enemies caused much mischief by misinterpreting his words. It seems their mischievous plans aren’t working like they used to. In fact, their tricks are backfiring because social media has allowed everyone the availability to fact-check his statements for themselves.

Although his words were clear and explicit, the Minister offered more clarity on the role of the 10,000 fearless ones he called to action. During his September 8th address in Philadelphia, he stressed, “We need 10,000 fearless men to go into the Black community, stand between the guns of the gangs and then settle this with conflict resolution!” He exclaimed that 10,000 fearless, well-trained men are needed to go into Black neighborhoods to restore peace and order. This, of course, is not a task reserved for just any kind of person. Those willing to sacrifice their time and energy for this cause could be considered angels because the work of saving and protecting Black people is not for just any ordinary humans...

 

Far too many reported UFO-related encounters have strikingly similar commonalities, especially regarding the beings who occupy these miraculous crafts. Even more strangely is that those commonalities further buttress and validate the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s claim that he met the Supreme Being. It becomes easier to deduce exactly why governments, media, and world powers have misled the public about UFOs. Simply knowing that a higher power exists would not be as shocking to the world as finding out those powers are connected to the true Chosen people of God, which happen to be the oppressed Black and original people of the earth.

Elijah Muhammad Wheels

Wendy Rene

Mary Lou Frierson Cross was born March 8, 1947 to Beauregard Frierson Sr. and Katherine Anderson Frierson in Memphis, TN. As the only girl, she grew up with three brothers—James Willis, Johnny (Khafele), and Beauregard Jr. She is survived by her former husband James E. Cross Jr., and their children—Andre (Deanna), Mubaarak—also known as Eric (Flora), Jacques, Ilia-Rashad (Angela), Ivan, and her only daughter Jamique.

Mary leaves behind several grandchildren: Terrika, Kurteous, Khadijah, Khari, Autezia, Michael, Julian, Barak, Torvis, Kushmir, and Anaya. Many around the world remember Mary as the young STAX recording artist, Wendy Rene (the stage name given to her by the late Otis Redding). She eventually sacrificed her fame and musical career for her new family when she was supposed to have taken the same flight that killed Redding and members of the Bar-Kays in 1967.

The research that has scientists, scholars, and religious leaders reappraising their theories is now available on E-Book. This game-changing book is forcing world scholars to bear witness that The Honorable Elijah Muhammad literally met the Supreme Being and that Minister Louis Farrakhan is in direct contact with that same divine power, which the world calls UFOs.

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Why do critics, journalists, and skeptics avoid dealing with this topic? It proves in practical, tangible terms that these men have been right and exact all along. If you can think, you'll be overwhelmingly convinced of this reality. Obtain UFOs And The Nation Of Islam: The Source, Proof, And Reality Of The Wheels on E-Book or on Paperback

 

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Okay, I'll admit it. I'm a bit of an Apple fan and I tend to get a little excited over some of their product releases like the iPhone 6 Plus, which is scheduled to release in a day or so. However, I'm more excited over the release of our much anticipated E-book version of "UFOs And The Nation Of Islam: The Source, Proof, And Reality Of The Wheels"which is now available today, September 17th...

History has shown that when certain scientific discoveries conflicted with the dominant religious beliefs, those who brought such discoveries were often ridiculed, deemed heretic, and even killed...

What do you get when you bring bio-diverse ecological practices to the hood? Ilia Rashad Muhammad, takes us on a journey into some of his urban gardening and beekeeping endeavors, inspired by the Honorable Minister Farrakhan’s efforts to rebuild the wasted communities throughout America...

The sudden, mysterious disappearance of a Boeing 777 flying from Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur to Beijing stunned the world last March as some 239 people are feared dead from the passenger jet's sudden disappearance. After nearly four months this has perplexed even some of the most experienced aviators and expert investigators. As the flight's radar signals became abruptly lost with little evidence to go by...

The average person is probably not that concerned about UFOs, especially with the economic crisis and other daily obligations that take up our time and energy. Most people are simply trying to get by each day to make ends meet. However, if we only knew how relevant this topic is to the time in which we live, we would be amazed to know the truth about this subject and probably more shocked to uncover the misconceptions about them.

Before you assume the UFO topic is for those crazy people with nothing better to do with their lives, we’ve put together a super-simple list about UFOs that should prompt us ‘everyday folks’ to become more inquisitive about this worldwide phenomena.

Rick Scouler, host of Topic: UFO welcomed author Ilia Rashad Muhammad to discuss his new book – UFOs And The Nation Of Islam: The Source, Proof and Reality of the Wheels, which just released on September 17, 2013. Due to run time, the best part  of Bro. Ilia Rashad's delivery concerning Minister Farrakhan’s proof of being protected and guided by so-called UFOs was edited out of the broadcast. Nonetheless, it was still an interesting representation. See the video.

The blessed night of Minister Farrakhan’s vision occurred on September 17, 1985 in Tepotzlan, Mexico from a mountain that he had climbed many times throughout his visits there. Both the time and the location of this experience hold divine significance. It is from such mountainous settings that his vision was foretold:

And he carried me away in the spirit to a great and high mountain, and shewed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God, – Revelation 21:10 (KJV)

After the Minister’s vision in 1985, Tepotzlan became a haven for UFO sightings and activities. Several local inhabitants and tourists photographed and filmed some of the most credible images of these luminous circular crafts. One of such persons was Carlos Diaz who became internationally recognized for his recorded footage and photographs of these objects in and around Tepotzlan, Mexico.

While some may not see the relevance that the subject of UFOs may have in their personal lives, there are a few concepts that should be considered. In a world where a vast majority of people follow religious beliefs and traditions, none of the major world religions have a solidified doctrine concerning UFOs. If UFOs exist as contemporary data shows, then most religious ideologies would be seriously questioned if not debunked altogether. Billions of religious adherents would be left with unanswered questions.

The upcoming book, UFOS AND THE NATION OF ISLAM: The Source, Proof, and Reality of The Wheels is sure to intrigue, uncover, and challenge conventional ideologies, philosophies, and beliefs. This heavily researched book puts forth challenges to the academic, religious, and scientific scholars to contest the claims regarding the Nation of Islam’s inherent knowledge and association with the modern UFO phenomena—a subject very few are willing to address...

It becomes rather negligent or outright hypocritical to chronicle or deeply analyze the UFO phenomena without acknowledging the source that heralded this reality into the modern world. When an objective study is applied to the UFO topic, all roads will lead to the son of former slaves who claims to have met God in person. This has been the ultimate reason behind the worldwide UFO cover-up...

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