Black Spirituality Religion : Demonstrating that Islam Is Founded In Moon-Worship (from Kemetic perspective)...

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  1. ShemsiEnTehuti

    ShemsiEnTehuti Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I could present similar hard facts about the origins of Christianity (which I have before) and I will get nothing but the sound of crickets. However, from the Kemetic perspective, "Allah" in my opinion indeed is just another example of how Semites and Indo-Europeans borrowed and distorted everything semi-civilized that they know from Africans. Then we have Africans who want to follow their religions when they were not even the progenitors of this knowledge. Anyhow, let's get to my "re-assertion"...

    In the Arabic language, the words "Al" and "El" simply mean "The". And if I am correct, even non-Muslim Arabs call God "Elah" or basically a variant of "Allah". Moon worship of pre-Islamic Arabs along with their lunar calendar and such is not even to debate, for it is already an established fact. However, where exactly does "Allah", or "Al" + "ah" come from?

    In the Kemetic language Mtw Ntr (Metu Neter), the specific word for moon was "ah". Depending on the context, it also denoted the divine aspect of God in the moon, or the moon neter. Looking at it from the erroneous Semitic or Indo-European perspective, it would be called the "Moon god" of Kemet.

    Scanned from: An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. I, E.A. Wallis Budge, pg. 75
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    Therefore, the Arabic/Islamic denotations of god "Elah" or "Allah" simply mean "The Moon God" in a direct transliteration. So my African Christian and Muslim brethren & sistren, please stop arguing over which religion is more true. Both of your religions are second-hand distorted renditions of African (Kemetic) spirituality.
     
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    Who was Thoth?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoth


    "He was originally the deification of the moon in the Ogdoad belief system. Initially, in that system, the moon had been seen to be the eye of Horus, the skygod, which had been semi-blinded (thus darker) in a fight against Set, the other eye being the sun."
     
  4. Allah

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    Allah and Rh (Ra or Rah) are the SAME WORD
    By Divine Ruler Equality Allah

    Allah, ilah, Al, El, Ilu, forms of the word Rh (Ra or Rah) of Mdw Ntr,
    in other languages of the semetic variety.
    Whenever you pronounce word that starts with L or R,
    you automatical pronounce an extra short vowel syllable before you
    get into the actual consonant sound. The same is conversely
    true for the ending consonant, with a short vowel syllable after
    the consonant.

    Ra = uhRa

    In Mdw Ntr dialect, any occurance of the L consonant would
    be written as the R consonant instead, so that would make
    Ra or uhRa to be uhLa or ilah (Allah).

    In Mdw Ntr, Ra is the office or faculty of Light, Radiation, Sun (Star),
    Enlightenment, Center of Attention, All Aware (Seeing).

    From Anacalypis (Godfrey Higgins)
    "The word Aleim .%-! has been derived from the Arabic word Allah God, by
    many learned men; … the Alah, articulo emphatico alalah (Calassio) of the
    Arabians, is evidently the -! Al(El) of the Chaldees or Jews"

    El or Al means "mighty, strong, prominent, lofty" (elevation)
    'El' or 'Ilu' - the 'shining one' in Mesapotamia.
    Ellyl' or Elf in anglo-saxon-germanic language groups.
    The "sons of God" were also called "the morning stars": Job: The morning stars, the
    sons of God "... the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for
    joy ..." (Job 38:7 KJV) Ugaritic text: The sons of El, the assembly of the stars "...
    that the sons of El may know and the assembly of the stars may understand."
    Chaldean term for Sun -El or Al.

    In the modern arabic, some of the attributes of Allah are Al-basir (all seeing),
    Al Raqeeb (Ever Watchful), An-Nur(The Light). You see these attributes
    are the same as Rh (Ra) the All Eye Seeing, The Shining One, the Illuminated
    or Enlightened one.

    In Astronomy the Sun and the Stars are the same type of celestial object, just
    at various distances. Their essential quality is Light, Heat, and under the
    proper conditions Life.

    _____________________________________________________________________________
    Supplementary evidence for the equivalence of the L consonant in
    Hebrew/Aramaic/Modern and Ancient Arabic.
    ex.

    from Book of Beginngs, by Gerald Massey, comparison of Hebrew/Aramaic and Mdw Ntr words

    page 2

    Hebrew Egyptian
    al - ancient name of the supreme diety ar or Har- the son, the Lord
    interchanes with Baal
    alph - to bind, to bind up or together arp - to bind, a bundle
    alph - head of a family or tribe kherp - the first, the majesty,
    the prow
    bgl - the lord, the ruler, the husband bak-al (Bak Har) hak - sign of rule
    har (al) - the Lord
    gvrl - lots kheperu - happening
    gil - a circle, revolution, age - gul karr - circle, orbit, course
    go in a circle
    dlh - a door teraa - door
    hgil - to rejoice, a religious dance hakr - applied to a festival
    chvl - the phoenix khepr - the transformer, to transform
    chlb - what is best, most excellent kherp - to excel and surpass
    ial - to rise above, ascent on high har - to rise above, ascent on high
    khl - to be able kar - power, ability
    kla - prison kar-ti - plural of prison
    klh - a space of time, complete end kar - circle, round, zone, complete
    klch - a full or ripe old age kar- the course - akh - age
    lam - people or nation rema - people, natives
    lg - log, measure rekh - reckon
    lhg - study of letters rekh - to know, be wise
    rekh-rhet - Magus
    lvr - begetter of the heir to the childless repa - the heir apparent
    widow
    lqh - arts, doctrin, knowledge rekh - to know
    lqhi - the learned, imbued with learning rekhi - intelligent beings, the
    wise men
    lhqh - an assembly of prophets rekhi - pure, wise knowers,
    intelligent beings, the Mages
    luh - to be joined closely; leui or levi rehiu - or reh-h twin, the twin
    adhesion, plural, Buut see rehiu and Lion Gods
    comp leuiuh
    lul - to twist round, wind round, go round rer - circuit, go round
    lta - to cleave to the ground ret - plant, germ, retainthe form,
    grow, root
    lkt - to collect, gather, collect money rekh - to reckon, account
    lshon - the tongue, to tongue res - tongue
    midgol - tower (of the Mages?) makatura - a Migdol
    mgl - sickle ma - hieroglyphic sickle; kar (gal)
    to curve
    nphil - giant Nepr - a god
    slh - rest, pause, silence srau - private, reserved, involved
    oblique
    sla - the rock seru - the rock
    qlt or qlvt - dwarfed, maimed, curtailed in a khart - the crippled, maimed, child
    short footed, crippled diety - Har pi Khart
    skl - guiding, teachers skher - instruct, counsel, plan,
    educate
    shkl - tocause abortion skher - plan, scheme, strike, wound
    throw away








    Peace
    Divine Ruler Equality Allah
    The Nation of Gods and Earths
     
  5. Keita Kenyatta

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    Very nice ! My question is simply this. Since Arabia was ruled by Queens for as long as history can record it prior to Prophet Muhammad...and since Allah was indeed the Moon God in Arabia and was one of the 360 gods that was in the Kaaba, who decided to go into the Kaaba, get rid of all the rest of them and then take the moon god and elevate it to Supreme Divine Status?

    That was the first question. The second question is; Since Arabia was ruled by Queens as far as all recorded history has recorded and is documented as such in the library chronicles of the King's Library of Ninevah unearthed in the early 1900's...just who or what group stripped all the rights from the women in Arabia and flipped them around in favor of the men?

    Question Three: How is it that everybody swears by Allah that they are speaking and reading the Qu'ran in the language in which it was revealed, when the language of the Qu'ran is in "Fusha Arabic" or what they call classical Arabic...when Muhammad spoke Qu'arish Arabic?

    Question four: How is it that upon the Prophets death that the three henchmen...you know, Abu Baker, Omar and Uthman became the caliphs and then we pop up with a Qu'ran under Uthman who had the "original destroyed?" Why, How?

    More questions Later...although a reading of "The Historical Origin of Islam and Christianity" by Brother Walter Rodney would put all this to rest. No wonder white people had to kill him !
     
  6. nibs

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    (Allah) - Allah and Rh (Ra or Rah) are the SAME WORD
    By Divine Ruler Equality Allah

    Allah, ilah, Al, El, Ilu, forms of the word Rh (Ra or Rah) of Mdw Ntr,
    in other languages of the semetic variety.
    Whenever you pronounce word that starts with L or R,
    you automatical pronounce an extra short vowel syllable before you
    get into the actual consonant sound. The same is conversely
    true for the ending consonant, with a short vowel syllable after
    the consonant.

    Ra = uhRa


    it's my understanding that the r sound is basically a rolling r sound, like in spanish or something. that is what is being described here with the short vowel syllable at the beginning or end. thus, it wouldn't sound like "uhra" looks, as it's a very soft vowel sound, as in a rolling 'r'.

    (Allah) - In Mdw Ntr dialect, any occurance of the L consonant would be written as the R consonant instead, so that would make
    Ra or uhRa to be uhLa or ilah (Allah).


    the symbol for the resting lion "rw" is what was used to approximate an 'l' sound in foreign words. not the eye or the mouth symbols that represent 'r', 'ir' or 'er' depending on usage. the l sound isn't kemetic, so you wouldn't translate "ra" to "la". "la" is simply a foreign pronounciation, a foreign word.

    in medu neter, allah would not be written the same as ra.

    the kemetic is the original; so the only correct interpretation is that "allah" is a degenerated representation of "ra" which is the original name.

    thus, "ra" (with the rolling 'r' sound, and soft 'h') is the correct name of god. "allah" could only be argued as a corruption of that name in a foreign tongue; or a different name altogether.
     
  7. Allah

    Allah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Actually the root of the conjunction Allah is iLah or Lah (Lh) NOT "ah".
    So Lh in Mdw Ntr would be Rh, since the Mdw Ntr uses the R consonant
    instead of or in place of the R consonant, so Allah or Lh in Mdw Ntr would
    be Rh or Ra, which is the SUN. Peace.

    Divine Ruler Equality Allah.
     
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    I'm satisfied if some of the Hpy River Valley viewed as a corrupt pronounciation
    of the word Rh, but are the same word none the less as far as the
    linguistic transformation through dialect.
    Peace.
     
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    the name of the arab moon god was Sin

    ilah means deity in arabic just as god means deity in english

    al- ilah means "the god" just as we say "the" to indicate something is singular i.e. there are no other "gods" this is THE one...this removes the notion that there are other things worthy of worship

    saying Allah is the god of the muslims is a little redundant, but it is like saying Jehovah is the god of the Jews/Christians...notice no one has ever said Sin is the god of the muslims...

    from a more universal perspective, people have many names to express who The God is, but I think the meaning behind the term is most important
     
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