FARRAKHAN’S Wants 10,000 SAINTS: To March on DC By Andre Austin Why did Louis Farrakhan pick 10,000 to March on Washington DC for “JUSTICE OR ELSE” This number may have been chosen from Old Testament scripture in Deuteronomy 33:1-2: “And this is the blessing, wherewith Moses the man of God blessed the children of Israel before his death. And he said, the Lord came from Si-nai, and rose up Seir unto them; he shined forth from mount Paran, and he came with ten thousands saints: from his right hand went a fiery law [Justice]for them”. The NOI teaches that Moses is one of the most important figures in the Bible, that the Exodus was symbolic of Blacks in America and the real Children of Israel are black folk. Farrakhan stated in his famous Warning to the Government of America (1981) that: “Unless we speak to the injustice we do not know, then, what Justice is” p.24. This is a sort of explanation of cause and effect. Rightly so they do have a track record of bringing Justice to housing projects, providing security for kids to play and elderly to feel safe to walk to the store. The NOI have cut the grass of Senior citizens for no charge and help drug addicts kick their habits. I recall Pastor Ray Hagins of St Louis give a lecture on youtube state that sound equipment was stolen from his church and the Black Muslims cut both hands off the guilty party for him. Wow that was Judge, Jury and Justice brought down on that Jigaboo. Other street Ph.D’s and authors like Walter Williams accuse Hagins of not citing his source of the Ptolemy’s hijacking Serapis into the fictional Jesus and info on the alleged fictional Prophet Muhammad. But that’s another story entirely for itself. However, on the flip side, there are more alternative explanations: 1. First the name Seir has been identified with Helios, Sirius and the solar messiah Osiris 2. Stars are synonymous with souls and the ten thousands from lower Egypt of the astronomical mythos, the earliest Exodus being stellar. thus We can see the Egyptian deity Shu, who stands upon the height of Heaven, rod in hand, and who was imaged in the constellation Kepheus as the Regulus or law-giver at the pole. See D. M. Murdock book Did Moses Exist p.191.