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Mic Tyson
06-10-2008, 02:58 PM
All spiritual teachings that are provided to the general public are veiled in symbolism.

In Qaballah cosmology there are four worlds. The lowest world, Assiah, comprises the physical and lower planes of the astral.

In esoteric Nation of Islam theology, Assiah was called "Asia." The Honorable Elijah Muhammad taught that "the whole world was once called Asia."

He referred, not to the continent, but to the physical and astral planes.

Master Masons

Islam, in America, is rooted in Moorish Science and the Nation of Islam (so-called Black Muslims). Moorish Science was the name given to the Islamic teachings of Noble Drew Ali.

The NOI was founded by Master Fard Muhammad and extended into an international movement by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. The Nation's current leader is Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Those men weren't ego tripping. They used those titles -- noble, master and honorable -- because they were masonic titles which they'd earned.

As masons, they'd taken vows of silence and couldn't speak publicly unless they used "twilight language," i.e., the language of symbolic code.

Man Means Mind

Asiatic Black Man means a "black" mind that's established in the astral plane.

Esoterically, "black" symbolizes the state of consciousness that comes about when all thought has ceased.

When Mr. Muhammad taught of Black Consciousness, he was referring to thought-free (trance) consciousness.

This is the "Asiatic Black Man" (astral plane thought-free mind) that was "the original man."

Yogis call that consciousness samadhi. Esoteric NOI theology places samadhi, then, as the original and natural state of man.

The Asiatic Black Man also refers to the subconscious mind. The subconscious generates the virtual reality world we inhabit. Thus, NOI theology says that the Asiatic Black Man is the "maker, the owner, the cream of the planet earth, god of the universe."

Elijah Muhammad Not a Racist

When we grasp that Black, White, Red and Yellow "men" were symbols of mental states and functions, we will see that Mr. Muhammad was never really a racist, though his words, to the uninitiated, may appear to be so.

New Islam

The Honorable Elijah Muhammad never intended for his followers to become Sunni Muslims or followers of any of the known sects. He said that a new Islam would be established that would correct the problems inherent in the Islamic world.

The new Islam's concepts are hidden beneath the symbolism of the "Black Nationalistic Islam" he taught.




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Mic Tyson
06-10-2008, 03:42 PM
some people say that Elijah Muhammad spoke symbolically when he talked about the "Asiatic Blackman" as shown in the essay above

Same way the Yacub theory is not meant to be taken literally. here is another excerpt from an essay i saw online:


Now the alleged making of the devil... it refers to the ego supplanting the former rule or predominance of the right brain hemisphere. The individual "I" and sense of separateness is a grafted "add on to the original human consciousness. This puny little ego -- created by maya, separate-ness and "tricknology" (i.e. "Yakub) is the real devil (enemy, adversary) and is symbolized by the White man.

Yakub is the modern version of the trickster gods that have been depicted throughout the world: Coyote, Set, Satan, Sebek, Hanuman, Mescalito, Kweku Ansi, etc. They are usually stylised as canines, so The Honorable Elijah Muhammad emphasized how the White man befriended the dog while in the caves of Europe. This is all symbolic wisdom and the great teachers were not allowed to tell anyone that it was symbolic. To do so would destroy the cleansing effect the teachings were to have on Whites and Blacks alike.

I only decipher the symbols now because it's time to bring in the New Islam.. Those teachings -- minus the correct interpretation -- can no longer produce highly evolved women and men the way they once did in the '50's, 60's and 70's. Unfortunately, they now sometimes become words people use to "shield their own dirty religion" under the Honorable Elijah Muhammad's good name.



The author goes on to say.....



We are constantly making the devil whenever we feed and nourish our lower selves and animal appetites. When we allow our egos to rule, instead of bringing our egos into submission to the indwelling divinity (Master Fard, Osiris, Shiva, Obatallah, etc.) we are grafting a devil.

Physical white people are not any more or less evil than physical Black people. Any person of any skin color can become devilish by the thoughts, emotions, feelings and actions they indulge.

Any person of any color can become "a true and living god" by the thoughts, emotions, feelings and actions they indulge.

Koolish
06-10-2008, 03:48 PM
unique philosophical perspective on the world.

but i don't trust masons.

Prolifical ENG
06-10-2008, 03:55 PM
Did you write this?

V4D3R
06-10-2008, 03:57 PM
^^you dont trust the 10% masons.

Good good post Mic Tyson.

Mic Tyson
06-10-2008, 04:48 PM
Did you write this?

no i didn't write it but i couldn't find the author thats why i couldn't give credit where credit was do



and thanks for the rep V4D3R

Ultimate Fist
06-11-2008, 12:37 AM
The author is Amir Fatir, a former NOI minister who is serving time for dubious charges. Google his name and you'll find his website.

Black Man
06-11-2008, 09:02 AM
The Authors Understanding Isn't Right And Exact.

LORD NOSE
06-11-2008, 11:28 AM
The Authors Understanding Isn't Right And Exact.



Echo the quote

the authors view is from a dissatisfied spirit - he/she is off

Mic Tyson
06-11-2008, 11:50 AM
The Authors Understanding Isn't Right And Exact.

whats not right and exact about it? he was and might still be an NOI minister. i know that doesn't make him automatically right but im sure he knows some things that we might not have been aware of.

this, at least to me, makes a lot more sense. The Yacub theory seems to be a lot more valid when not looking at it from a literal perspective

Visionz
06-11-2008, 06:47 PM
The Authors Understanding Isn't Right And Exact.and in saying this offer no understanding of your own

Black Man
06-12-2008, 11:12 AM
and in saying this offer no understanding of your own

:(W And in saying this offer no understanding of your own

Prolifical ENG
06-12-2008, 11:32 AM
Now we're getting somewhere. :looking:

V4D3R
06-12-2008, 12:51 PM
^Where do you want to go?