Saturday, March 31, 2012

Egyptian Sacred Science and Islam: A Reappraisal (Free Ebook)


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6 comments:

  1. Merci Dr Wesley pour tous ce que tu fait pour notre peuple!ASA

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  2. Off da chain!

    Thank you Dr Wesley...

    Am I the only one who is having a hard time downloading this document? When I click on the save button it wont let me save it to my hard-drives. However, it will let me print. Is printing my only option?

    Peace 7

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  3. If any one else had trouble downloading the document, just right click (do not left click) on the provided link and chose the option “save target as”.

    I’m sure I’m not the only one who had that problem.

    Peace 7

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  4. Youtube-related comments edited by Bro “Mussalman”

    In the Youtube videos Bro. Badara is deciphering the PHONETIC meaning! The Arabic letters: Alif, Lam with Shaddah...Ha = ALLAH, from the ancient Pillar housed inside the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Kemetic Antiquities in the United States of America (USA). It's the All-Mighty ALLAH as a deity of worship in the Temple of Ptah. Obviously, the inscribed Asiatic Blackman to the right of the frieze is the god Ptah, ca 2,400 BC, kneeling with His hands raised in prayer. The Kemites know and worshipped Allah along with their other gods.

    E.A. Wallis Budge in his book: An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary on page 105 has the symbol #73 as "authority", page cviii, symbol #58 "rule, direct govern", page 96, symbol #96, as shown in the video, one kneeling which means "pray, worship, adore, praise"

    Those who speak the languages derived from the mother tongue inscribed in the said pyramid text are knowledgeable about the meaning of what's written. Those who know Wolof, Soninke, Bambara and all the other African languages; including ancient kemetic Arabic/ Syriac Arabic that are derived from the ancient language, Medew Neter (Script of God) expressed in pyramid texts can explain it. No “Johnny-come-lately” Caucasian so-called Egyptologist who doesn't know of the original language can pretend to explain this. Thus the Alan Gardiner reference in this context is not valid.

    Yes, Bro. Badara’s a Muslim from Tooba, Senegal, West so-called Africa. And The People of Tooba are mentioned in the Holy Quran. That’s why he said 'These are my people, this is my language' He was NOT a scheduled presenter; he was just there to attend the lecture presented by Runoko Rashidi.

    Hey umm.....Do you mind showing me the Quranic verses that mention these "People of Tooba"...because this is really interesting to me...

    [Al-Dukhan 44.37] What! Are they better than the people of Tubba / Tooba and those who were before them? We destroyed them because they were guilty of sin.

    [Qaf 50.14] The Companions of the Wood, and the People of Tubba / Tooba'; each one (of them) rejected the Messengers, and My Warning was duly fulfilled (in them).

    The following are 3 Original Nubian tribes that still exist today in Nubia/Kemet/Egypt: Fageka, Kenouz and Maatukii by the way they are Muslims, they worship Allah.

    Ref: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FS9YU1HmapU&feature=player_embedded#

    Ref: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1671582023746

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  5. Lingusitics Ur-Ra/Ul-lah/Al-lah

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  6. Lingusitics Ur-Ra/Ul-lah/Al-lah

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