Moors Not Black Or AfRAkan

Afrakans are not moors

The Moors say that they are not Black or AfRAkan

The Pan-Afrakan Diaspora consists of several religious and cultural groups. The main groups are Christian, Muslim, Hebrew Israelite, Moors, and the Spiritual Agnostics. Some groups acknowledge their AfRAkan ancestry and some don’t. Those who choose to deny their AfRAkan ancestry either do so for religious blindness, monetary gain, of through plain ignorance of Life. The Moors are the one group who deny their AfRAkan ancestry for all three.

The Moors believe that they are not bound by country, continent, or race. Instead they say they are indigenous to the entire world having inhabited the planet since all landmasses were one some 150 million years ago. There’s nothing wrong with that. In fact, we wish all humans would think that we are all one people as part of the Life entity. Unfortunately the Moors are being hypocritical because today they would rather enter into a pact with world powers and live by systems based on gods, kings, and money rather than recognize the greater order of Life.

The mission of the Moors is to establish themselves as placeholders among the world elite. In order to achieve their goal they must first prove their worth to those who now control organized religion, military and economic power in the world. Furthermore, they must prove that they are not Black or AfRakan but are members of a non-extinguished empire. They believe that most Black American slaves were no more than prisoners of war while others were aboriginals along with the indigenous tribes of North and South America.

Historically, the term Moor refers to a loose-net non-race specific group of people based in Morocco, North Afraka during the Middle Ages. Originally Arabs from Turkey and the Middle East, the group diversified racially as they conquered Afrakan and European territory to grow into a formidable empire. Their biggest conquest was in Portugal and Spain, which they inhabited and ruled for hundreds of years. The group was eventually beaten back into North Afraka where they slowly faded in power and influence.

The Moors were well respected for their geographical knowledge and navigational abilities. Early European explorers sought their help in all their endeavors into Afraka and the high Seas. During the slave trade, the Moors were known to have immunity from slavery. Some historians believe they actually participated and were financially rewarded for their work in capturing Sub-Saharan Afrakans for their European partners.

Proof of Moorish treachery occurred in Jamaica, West Indies, where as part of a war truce, large groups of runaway slaves known as Maroons made agreements with The British to capture and return runaway slaves to the plantations. As a reward the British labeled them Moors and gave them their own land. Fortunately, there were other more ethical Maroons who refused the treaties and fought the Moors and the British.   

The Moors of today channel their beliefs from Nobel Drew Ali, a Black American Muslim who established the Moorish Science Temple of America in Chicago in 1914. Nobel Drew Ali was through by his father, a Moroccan immigrant, that all African Americans were Moors who belonged to the Moroccan empire and using that moniker they could gain Moroccan citizenship along with all the rights of the empire.

Credit the Moors for gaining and revealing hidden insights into the inner workings of the system of corporations known as countries that govern world affairs. Just know that systems created by men based on illusions are all destined to fail. Petitioning the unethical to get a seat at their table just means that you want into their wicked system based on kings, gods, and demons.

Human creativity is capable of much greater things. That is why Dohgons are gaining knowledge to increase our understanding of Life so that we can build a better interface for human cognition. We know that Spirit is the master and Life is a conscious entity. We may have produced unethical aspects of ourselves in the past but now that we are aware we will never deny our Afrakan ancestry for unethical religious, political, economical, or cultural beliefs again.

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