Black Spirituality Religion : Did Prophet Mohammed really receive the Quran from Allah?

Pharaoh Jahil

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Peace...

How do we know that Mohammed (pbuh) actually recived the Quran from Allah, and not from the Nestorians, or the other Coptic Orders in the deserts of Kush? Was He actually an initiate of secret Nazarene Orders who believed in the mission of Jesus but not in his divinity, and who refused to believe that Jesus was the Son of God?

Mohammed (pbuh) traveled into Ethiopia often with his wife Khadijah, is it really a stretch to believe that He was influenced by the religion of the region?

There are many who say that Mohammed never produced a miracle like other prophets, yet wouldn't the Qur'an be a miracle since it was revealed through an illiterate man, or are we missing something? Perhaps, the Qur'an was memorized by Mohammed, and given to Him by the Ethiopian Sage known as Jabril. Perhaps Mohammed was sent by the Ethiopians to bring the religion of Jesus back to it's proper teaching.

Mohammed (pbuh) sent the early believers into Ethiopia for refuge. He knew that based on what they believed that they would be protected there...Bilal was an Ethiopian slave who quickly embraced the Message of Mohammed. Perhaps Islam was not new to these people, only new to the Bedouin Arab.

The Quran mentions an Ethiopian Sage by name, Luqman. He is said to be Wise. The Qur'an says that "We gave him wisdom".

Was Islam already in Kush, and simply given to Mohammed by certain Nazarene priests?
 

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Salaam,


Where my Muslim brothers at? I know this question is "un-orthodox" but we are instructed to seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave.

Just want to hear your intake.


Peace.
 

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I agree with all of the knowledge presented here.

In addition, the QUR'AN makes allusions to the AKASKHIC RECORDS, the book of wisdom from LUQMAN as you mentioned, even the PERT EM HERU.

It's unfortunate, however, that Islam had taken the "orthodox" route, and dumbed down on a spiritual (esoteric) and intellectual (philsophical) level.

Ultimately, the fallacies of man-made innovations such as Hadith, Prophet worship, and sectarianism have nearly destroyed any hopes of reclaiming such a rich spiritual heritage.

It's not a coincidence that Islam was placed as guardian over one of the most potent geographical regions of the world.

I only hope that the Muslims (and Gods) of the world only realize this, before it's too late, and the Devil snatches our birthright for good.

SALAAM and HOTEPU
 

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SAMURAI36 said:
I agree with all of the knowledge presented here.

In addition, the QUR'AN makes allusions to the AKASKHIC RECORDS, the book of wisdom from LUQMAN as you mentioned, even the PERT EM HERU.

It's unfortunate, however, that Islam had taken the "orthodox" route, and dumbed down on a spiritual (esoteric) and intellectual (philsophical) level.

Ultimately, the fallacies of man-made innovations such as Hadith, Prophet worship, and sectarianism have nearly destroyed any hopes of reclaiming such a rich spiritual heritage.

It's not a coincidence that Islam was placed as guardian over one of the most potent geographical regions of the world.

I only hope that the Muslims (and Gods) of the world only realize this, before it's too late, and the Devil snatches our birthright for good.

SALAAM and HOTEPU



Peace,

Samurai, You are alright with me!

It's not a coincidence that one of the sayings of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) is:

"Learn to know thyself."

Considering that this is written on the Pyramids in Kemet.


Peace...
 

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Pharaoh Jahil said:
Peace,

Samurai, You are alright with me!
Thanx fam!!



It's not a coincidence that one of the sayings of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) is:

"Learn to know thyself."

Considering that this is written on the Pyramids in Kemet.

True indeed:

REQ EM AB: "Knoweth Thyself".
 

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Salaams...

I believe that Muhammad really received the Koran from Allah...what about you?
 

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Who is Allah ?

The question: Did Prophet Mohammed PBH "Really" receive the Qur'an from Allah? Who is Allah, is a fair question, not take-ing nothing for granted, is Allah all of us or some spook? If Allah speaks to us or any one of us, if you are not a (Man) sage, from ware does his (Allah) voice come unles through Nature or a "Man"?.
Bilal the so-called African Slave was given the responsibility by his so-called Arab brother? teacher? master? Prophet? to climb to the top of the Square and sing "Off the top of his head,(The words were his own) what ever came to him", and that is now written as tradition and History.
Prophet Muhammed PBH was a traviling man on frequint trips to as far as KMET, upper and Lower so-called Egypt, known suppositly from the time of Abram,Irahim or Abraham so-called "Father to the Arabs and so-called Jews".
Prophet Isah Yusef or Jesus PBH son of Mery also went into Egypt and proclaimed on his return to Rome "I have not come to dystroy the law (Law of Musa or Moses) but I came to fulfill the Law".
It is probly just a coincidence that "All" of the great Sages are from Etiopi,Abassinya,Ethiopea,Al-Keibulan,KEMET or Africa.
Another point that is probly meaningless is the fact that there are more Black African Muslims in (KMT) Africa than there are Arabs in Arabia?.
 

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Ralfa'il said:
PJ

Salaams...

I believe that Muhammad really received the Koran from Allah...what about you?

I didn't know this discussion was about what we "believed"........What about you?
 

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Pharaoh Jahil said:
Peace...

How do we know that Mohammed (pbuh) actually recived the Quran from Allah, and not from the Nestorians, or the other Coptic Orders in the deserts of Kush? Was He actually an initiate of secret Nazarene Orders who believed in the mission of Jesus but not in his divinity, and who refused to believe that Jesus was the Son of God?

Mohammed (pbuh) traveled into Ethiopia often with his wife Khadijah, is it really a stretch to believe that He was influenced by the religion of the region?

There are many who say that Mohammed never produced a miracle like other prophets, yet wouldn't the Qur'an be a miracle since it was revealed through an illiterate man, or are we missing something? Perhaps, the Qur'an was memorized by Mohammed, and given to Him by the Ethiopian Sage known as Jabril. Perhaps Mohammed was sent by the Ethiopians to bring the religion of Jesus back to it's proper teaching.

Mohammed (pbuh) sent the early believers into Ethiopia for refuge. He knew that based on what they believed that they would be protected there...Bilal was an Ethiopian slave who quickly embraced the Message of Mohammed. Perhaps Islam was not new to these people, only new to the Bedouin Arab.

The Quran mentions an Ethiopian Sage by name, Luqman. He is said to be Wise. The Qur'an says that "We gave him wisdom".

Was Islam already in Kush, and simply given to Mohammed by certain Nazarene priests?
No, it was received from Gabriel which immediately should raise caution for anyone having an absolute loyalty to Allah.

It is one of the methods of transmission of the Word of GOD that the Old Testament warn against.
 

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