Thursday, August 25, 2016



By Fahim A. Knight-El

What is Free Thinking? There are probably many definitions to this question that are palpable; but Free Thinking is all about one having the ability and willingness to rises above false labels and
divisions, in particular being able to objectively dissect and navigate through the propaganda and disinformation, as well as, the distortions of philosophy, history, religion, etc., which have been taught and misconstrued by the Western World, but simultaneously when you have the knowledge of self, it provides you with the necessary tools to explore philosophical thoughts with more clarity in order to determine what is truth and what is false—only having the proper knowledge will allow us to make the proper assessments and evaluations when examining world civilizations and world events (in particular determining where we fit in as a race of people).

This moves us beyond the ‘Negro’ and so-called ‘African-American’ social and ethno racial paradigm and status—this ethno-racial product was created and manufactured in America. But I want to make it perfectly clear that a lot has gone wrong in the way this world’s order functions and operates in which has caused a deviation from the path of God or the Supreme Being and is functioning contradictory to the universal laws. I have been writing, teaching and involved in grassroots activism, which to educate, and organize so-called black people in America and all people of African descent around exploring tactics and strategies to move us forward politically, economically and socially.

I use to carry this little book in my back pocket written by James Allen titled, “As a Man Thinketh” and other Europeans scholars such Eckhart Toller and many other enlightened European scholars have attempted to delve into this spiritual knowledge that was originally explored by the likes of Khalil Gabron in his book titled the “Prophet.” Thus, all of my writings and articles have been systematically well thought out with having the intent of challenging the norm by seeking to explore human and universal outcomes that are more God-centered and in attempting to look deeper into human behavior in order to search out and answer the causes and effects, which has contributed to our decline; even if it meant talking about the naked truth and exposing white supremacy in which many of the topics that I have covered over the years makes Negroes and Caucasians uncomfortable—racism is a disease (which only truth has the capability of uprooting) and I refuse to allow us to live in denial because Chattel Slavery for 310 years left people of African descent permanently scarred that continues to impact them sociologically and psychologically even in 2016.

If our leaders and social scientist continue to overlook and negate this variable, we will remain second-class citizens and our quest for complete freedom will never be realized and will only contribute to future black generations remaining on the modern plantation. I also sought to explain over time the scientific and philosophical principles that were needed to shift the debate outside of the realm of emotionalism towards viewing ideologies, thoughts and human behavior from the vanish point of one who is of African descent (who thinks outside of 'Negrology") and who understands our collective conscious and our collective fight for liberation. I have always attempted to offer arguments that challenged the popular version of the truth by using African-centered rational and logical models debunking negative antiquated principles that have been implored (that has produced long-term systemic affects) and has contributed to our social entrapment. I stand by my research and commitment to offering more empirical explanations always challenging white supremacy concept models that  has viewed, “Africa as the dark continent and it gave nothing to world civilization”.

This perspective is the foundation that gave rise to the European history of enslavement of the darker people of the planet—plundering, raping, destruction, land thief, murder, stealing of resources, etc., of indigenous people since his 6, 000 years existence on the planet. He had a history that was rooted in delusionary reality. He painted the image of God as being white and told us that Jesus (Yeshua Ben Yosef was white who had blond hair and blue eyes), he took his God complex throughout the planet falsely viewing himself as being superior to other races and cultures (this is nothing but delusionary behavior when you create a system of white supremacy and carry it out politically,
socially and economically). They used the missionaries to steal the minds of the indigenous people every place they went on the planet. For example, they decimated the original people of Papua New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand, Africa and completely wiped out the indigenous people of North and South America. Perhaps you do not understand that Eurocentrism is the zenith of a culture and
a history of a narcissistic people's culture and history being forced on other civilized people. This is pure history and facts. The entire world is turning against Western Europe and Eastern Europe, it is ISIS and the Islamic world today, but the universe has turned against them because of their reactionary behavior on the planet. Now, they are safe nowhere on the planet because of their position of greed and imperialism. The Sheeple is hastened its own slaughter because of a refusal to detach themselves from the plan of the Hidden Hand and Invisible Rulers. The planet wants peace and justice. But as a warmonger, their history will continue to be written in blood and war.

We now live in a society that has entered into a new political, economic and social paradigm, which has evolved along side globalism and an age of information. This transition somewhat had its beginnings with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1989, which brought an end to the Cold War and ultimately led to the changing of world orders. The United States entered into a series of wars and conflicts in the early 1990s, in particular in Desert Storm and Desert Shield and in 2001 and 2003 beginning with the Iraq War and two years later the invasion of Afghanistan. Most Americans believed that Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin-Laden posed an eminent danger and threat to the United States national security. This culminated with the attack and bombing of the World Trade Centeron September 11, 2001.

Thus, after living and reading about the 9/11 hoax that killed of over 3,000 American citizens and our ongoing conflicts with so-called radical Islam and Muslim extremists these events led me to think deeper about being a so-called American and although the question of my patriotism had been shattered long before these events manifested themselves. This writer, believes that patriotism is rooted in one's loyalty to something greater than themselves. It first must be tied to a theory and belief that there is nothing greater to uphold. This disposition must be undergirded and supported by one also embracing nationalism and are willing to uphold the values, standards, principles, laws, codes of conduct and all that governs this nations jurisprudence system and it rights to sovereignty.

For example, I watched the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil in which my interest was to see and applaud the African American/African athletes and to celebrate their accomplishments. They all seem so proud to stand on the podium as so-called Americans in receiving their Gold, Silver and
Bronze metals and seeing the American flag being risen and the United States National Anthem being sung must have sent goose bumps down their spines. But even I had to immediately gather myself in recognizing what these young black athletes had accomplished for America was plausible (yet I could not allow these global sport and play games to overshadow the turbulent racial history
that so-called African Americans have suffered under the American flag for over 450 years). I could only think about the way black people were treated by United States Government and the U.S. police departments at home, it is this contradiction that immediately soured my taste which to accept their celebration would be an act of hypocrisy on my behalf. I could not share in their American
patriotism because to do so would have been less than genuine. I looked at Brazil, which was colonized by the Portuguese and next to the United States, it was Brazil where the most African slaves were transported against their will during the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Middle Passage.

The media mostly showed you the light skinned mulatto Brazilian, but there are over 50 million black Brazilians who are descendants of ex-slaves that the media in Rio do not show you. So I will always salute our right to be treated as human beings and not just be celebrated during athletic events to add to America's medal count. I salute our right to attain complete freedom and be treated under the banner of freedom, justice, and equality. Moreover, anyone of these African American, Afro-Caribbean and or African athletes, etc., could be killed in America by white racist police law enforcement. So as we raise the American flag, I think about Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, etc., and the recent deaths of other Black men at the hands of racist American police officers. I think about the over 100 million African slaves who were kidnapped, raped, dehumanized and enslaved (they were Americans and my tears are for them, my and your ancestors). Yes, Black Lives Matter beyond these damn Olympic Games; do not ask me to stand when the flag is being raised and put my hand over my heart when you are still killing us in the streets. One of my idols Muhammad Ali threw his gold medal (Ali won a gold medal at the 1960 Rome Games as a light-heavy weight boxer) in the river. Ali was a free black man and debunk the shackles of a modern day slave. Treat black people as true Americans and not just during the Olympic Games. BlACK LIVES MATTER BEYOND ADDING GOLD METALS TO AMERICA'S COUNT.

My position isn’t about treason and betrayal or being anti-government. However, this writer thinks that for real patriotism to exist in 2016 there must be a level of tolerance that is taught on the primary school level in which young impressionable minds are exposed to the diversity of cultures, races, nationalities, religions, etc. Also alleviate the negative stereotypes and propaganda about people who may differ from us and allow people to have a dissenting voice and create more avenues where ideas, thoughts, opinions, beliefs and differs of philosophy can be freely and openly debated not just in the ivory towers, think tanks, corporate media, but on the grassroots level. People need to know and understand why we should they back the U.S. Government foreign policy agenda and is it worth risking our lives in the name of flag waving by suiting up militarily and going to foreign battle fields to fight for causes that benefits the super and ultra rich,--that only haunts some soldiers and military men/women upon returning with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other mental health illnesses; their patriotism is often shattered and brought into question when they are confronted with racism and disillusionment upon returning home (they fought not to spread democracy but to make the world safer for the Elite dynastic families to continue to exploit other nations natural resources and wealth). Some grow to understand that they were used only as a United States Government foreign policy tool.

The teaching of civics and social studies has to be improved to reflect that indeed we have entered into a new world order that is more dangerous and volatile. The war on terror and terrorism have to be an intellectually engaging conversation whereas students can embrace and trust that their government and nation deserves their un-daunting loyalty to uphold, defend and protect the United States Constitution against foreign and domestic enemies. This can only take place if we begin educating young people on matters of Homeland Security and re-inspiring them to study the brilliance of the founding Fathers and the framers of the U.S. Constitution this possibly will invigorate a new generation of patriots that will have no interest in becoming an enemy combatants and/or joining onto America's enemies. They will be more interested in upholding the freedoms and there will be no more need to administer oaths and swear-ins but their loyalty and patriotism will forever be rooted deep in their hearts. I am not optimistic that this will ever occur.

We have to observe all these recent global events very carefully and be able to look beyond the Talking Heads and the propaganda and disinformation that are being spewed by the mass mediums. This phenomenon will only continue to hasten us quicker towards the New World Order and the One World Government agenda. Thus, this is why it is most imperative now that we have to be more diligent in our studies of the knowledge of self in order to be able to properly decipher world affairs. Europe and the Europeans are in trouble and the collapse of the white man’s world is inevitable (his 6,000 years rule is us over). But we have to understand that to continue to embrace his Eurocentric value system will also mean our demise as well. He has even more devious plans to attempt to expand his global dominance over the indigenous people of the planet by using large scale deceptive ploys to exploit the resources of Africa and the globe. If you get a chance go to the Internet and search Dr. Frances Cress Welsing book titled, "The Isis Papers" and read her perspective on white Supremacy. She was one of my teachers who recently passed and in her death, we lost a giant.

They seek to discredit viewpoints with no empirical evidence and desire for us to overlook the global political, economic and social conditions of humanity. Moreover, irresponsible uses of the word conspiracy theory in order to create doubt in others minds, but just take a look at humanity's condition and the metaphor analogy of the red pill and the blue pill will lead us to see and understand that 85% of humanity has been duped by a small minority of the Invisible Rulers and the Hidden hand (the 10%). The Bilderberg, Council on Foreign Relations, House of Rothschilds, Club of Rome, Trilateral Commission, etc., exist and are reaping havoc on the entire planet. But there has been a paradigm shift and ignorance can no longer justify or protect us from what lie ahead Yet, there are some of us who have chosen to seek various Paths of enlightenment and who are not fearful of opening our minds and hearts to critically evaluating all social conditions, thus even if it means thinking outside the box.

They want us to believe that there is something taboo and fundamentally wrong with entertaining alternative viewpoints. The awakening is occurring and it does not matter how you or I seek to interpret and/or choose to dismiss this occurrence. Now, you cannot have it both ways; there are many thoughts and individuals who have chosen to speak truth to power in which so-called 'mainstream' media and propaganda machines and their intellectual puppet talking heads would condemn and dismiss as mere fantasies or unintelligible conspiracies that have no place in the classrooms of academic research because it lacks credibility. But that is no reason for us not to consider those who dare to offer alternative viewpoints and reject them because of how mainstream media views them.

I have always viewed the world from the macrocosm and microcosm unity and inter-connectedness perspective —demonstrating no separation. I do not proclaim to belong to any of the faith traditions—I have traveled many enlightened paths and many of the faith traditions have helped to lead me to my awakening stage. I only consider myself as a student who recognize and accepts the imperfection in man. I have drawn from many good and solid philosophical principles, which can be found in Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism, etc. Most of ancient Masters, Sages, and Gurus taught true spiritual principles and shun ego driven dogmas; however, often those that came after them altered and corrupted the true principles and selfish guidance that they offered to uplift humanity. If I could put a label on my acquired wisdom, it would be enlightenment in which I have a moral obligation to awaken others around me to the truth and if nothing else arouses one's curiosity to think outside the box.

Now, since I am a Blogger, I have always found it to be imperative to share these ideals with the broader African community. Some of what I write might irritate traditional believers and worshippers and/or those that are members of organized religion, but it will have traction with Free Thinkers and outside the box enlightened minds. I would like to think that my life body of work challenges our humanity and attempt to point out the social, psychological and spiritual contradictions and suggest how we could become better human beings. These type lessons require for one to look deeper into their souls and spirits and have a deeper desire to come in harmony with all the divine universal principles and laws.

Fahim A. Knight-El Chief Researcher for KEEPING IT REAL THINK TANK located in Durham, NC; our mission is to inform African Americans and all people of goodwill, of the pending dangers that lie ahead; as well as decode the symbolism and reinterpreted the hidden meanings behind those who operate as invisible forces, but covertly rules the world. We are of the belief that an enlightened world will be better prepared to throw off the shackles of ignorance and not be willing participants for the slaughter. Our MOTTO is speaking truth to power. Fahim A. Knight-EL can be reached at fahimknight@

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Fahim A. Knight-El


Thursday, May 12, 2016


Fahim Knight-El speech on Freemasonry and the Ancient Kemetic Connection (Stanford L. Warren Library 4-7-16): Written transcription and copy.

Greetings: Hotep to our brothers and sisters of the Pan-Africanist and Nationalist community—Peace and let Africa Unite. Africa for the Africans at home and abroad—One God, One Aim, One Destiny says Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Let me first thank the staff and Stanford L. Warren Library for extending this invitation to me. I am humbled and grateful.

To my Sunni Muslim brothers and sisters:Auodhu Billahi Minash ash-Shaytaan Nir Rajim Bismillah-hir-Rahman-nir-Rahim” (English translation: I seek refuge from Allah from curse or accuse Devil Satan and in the name of Allah the Beneficent, the merciful). I say As-Salaam Alaikaim to my brothers and sisters assembled here today who are of the Sunni Islamic persuasion. Some years ago a wrote a small book titled, “Freemasonry (Moslem Sons) and Islam: What Do they Share?”

To my Rastafarian brother and sisters, “I greet you in the salutations: In the name of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judea—Jah---Rastafari. All Masonic teachings have its roots linked to the Biblical Prophets King David and King Solomon”. So I am connected to the Tribe of Judea and I also know that we are that lost tribe who was cut off from our biblical heritage. I consider myself one of the Maroons and Africans who escaped slavery from the European British slave masters and took refuge in the mountains and used guerrilla tactics to fight the British on the Island of Jamaica. They loc their hair and smoked Black Gungi (this is some real good stuff), but they were fierce warriors who overstood the power and relationship that Jah made between man and land (the vegetations of the earth had edible and medicinal purposes). Thus, many of the original Rastafarians did not consume meat and animal flesh—they followed the divine laws offered up in the Bible giving to us in the first five books of the Bible. So Jah-----Rastafari long live the spirit of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie.       

To my brothers and Sisters of the Nation of Gods and Earths, better known as the Five Percent Nation and master Scientists of the 120 degree lessons- Father Allah (Clarence 13X)  and his sidekick Brother Justice taught us to always greet one another in Peace—So I greet the Gods in the audience in peace. Now, if you want some higher science from some true free thinkers they have lessons called the 120 degrees that is titled “Supreme Mathematics” and “Supreme Alphabet” and there are other lessons of high science. I will always consider myself an honorary member of the Nation of Gods and Earths and have set under some great enlighteners who taught me how to use and let knowledge be born—and I will always consider myself as part of the NGE Cipher. They gave me a deeper appreciation of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s Supreme Wisdom Lessons, which led me to evolve to the complete overstanding that God was black and put me on a quest to move to a higher spiritual sphere of attaining 360 degrees of knowledge (that is where I am right now as I give this talk and speech).

To my beloved Moorish Science Brothers those who have accepted the universal divine teachings of the Prophet Noble Drew (aka Abdul Sharrieff Ali) who founded the Moorish Science Temple of America in 1913 in Newark, New Jersey, it was originally called Canaanite Temple and Ali said the so-called American Negro did not have a true nationality (Ali was believed to have been born in Cherokee, North Carolina in 1886). He declared us to be Moorish American—so I greet the Moors present with Islam or Islamism. We have our Sheikh, Brother Robert Stone-El present with us today who teaches the “Circle 7 Holy Koran”, as it was prepared by the Prophet Noble Drew Ali. Greetings Islam Moor. We are the biblical ancient Moabites.

The Prophet Drew Ali taught that we were disenfranchised and lost as a so-called race of people, because the so-called American Negro had no true recognized nationality (his life body of work evolved around linking the so-called American Negro to his true lost identity) and Ali had traveled to North Africa (perhaps to Egypt and Morocco) was taught in the lesser mysteries in Egypt and he was giving the assignment to go back to North America and declare that we were of Moorish descendent who had being cut off from our nation, history, land, language, culture, birth rights, etc. The Moors brought civilization to Europe and to the Iberian Peninsula—Spain—Seville, Cordoba, Barcelona and over to Lisbon, Portugal even to this day, the ethnic and racial presences of the Moors still dominate the DNA genetic pool of the present day Spanish and Portuguese people. Moorish architecture decorum is very visible in the building styles of the older edifices in these two European nations. But Ali overstood that with his proper nationality the so-called black man in America would be able to exercise his sovereignty as any free and independent people of the earth.

He taught that the Asiatic Black man was Moorish American and declared this by giving us our rightful birthrights, it entitled us just like the Native Americans to land and property rights that are still on the books today. Look at how the workings tools giving to us in the “Circle Seven Holy Koran” by Prophet Noble Drew Ali and pay close attention to how interrelated some of the Moorish Science Doctrine resembles the working tools giving to us in our Speculative Masonic training. This information was taking from the “Circle 7 Holy Koran”, chapter five by Ali and you can draw your own conclusion (some historians and social scientist would argue that Prophet Noble Drew Ali was a Freemason but the Moorish Science Temple would openly dispute Ali’s so-called Masonic connections):

13).These tools remind me of the ones we handle in the workshop of the mind where things were made of thought and where we build up character.

14). We use the square to measure all our lines, to straighten out the crooked places of the way, and make the corners of our conduct square.

15). We use the compass to draw circles around our passions and desires to keep them in the bounds of righteousness.

16). We use the axe to cut away the knotty, useless and ungainly parts and make the character symmetrical.

17). We use the hammer to drive home the truth, and pound it in until it is a part of every part.

18). We use the plane to smooth the rough, uneven surfaces of joint, and block, and board that go to build the temple for the truth.

19). The chisel, line, the plummet and the saw all have their uses in the workshop of the mind.

20). And then this ladder with its trinity of steps, faith, hope and love; on it we climb up to the dome of purity in life.

Now, many Masons will say wait a minute, these tools as described by Prophet Drew Ali and the Moorish Science Temple are interpreted and spelled out very similar to many of the emblematic working tools depicted in Speculative Masonry.

To my beloved Christian brothers and sisters who have accepted Jesus the Christ as your personal Savior. But lets be clear, I love Jesus (you call him Jesus over here in the West); Jesus did not speak English so his original name was not Jesus; he either spoke the much older languages of Hebrew or Amharic and his name translated as Yeshuaa Ben Yosef or Isa Bin Yusuf (Jesus the son of Joseph). Jesus was Black and African, he was a dark skinned Nubian brother (more kinship to the present day Afro-Palestinians those found in city of Jericho), even the Bible describes him as having kinky hair and dark skin.

But we have allowed this white man to use the false images of Christ painted by either Leonardo Divinci or Michael Angelo to convince you that Jesus was Caucasian and white, one of the biggest lies told to deceive humanity was to misrepresent Jesus true ethnic and racial identity (and even at the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. Constantine and his council would establish the Nicean Creed and distort the true teaching of Jesus the Christ and Christianity). But I am here to tell you that Jesus was African and black. He was a Nubian Hebrew Israelite—who has linage kinship to the oppressed Palestinians of the present day West Bank and Gaza Strip. Jesus would be against Zionism and he would be standing with the Palestinians in their quest for freedom, Justice and Equality.

To my brothers who are members of the Nation of Islam (the Black Muslims), I extend my salutations of in the name of Allah who came in the person of Master Fard Muhammad; who came to North America in 1930 seeking to find his messenger the Honorable Elijah Muhammad (he was the first begotten of the dead) one who slept amongst the dead and raised him up and giving him the assignment to going after the 144,000 so-called American Negro that also slept. He taught Muhammad the nature of God and the Devil and for 44 years Muhammad was a perfect example of what it meant to pool your resources and do-for-self (he said my teachings can be summed up in six words ‘accept your own and be yourself’).

Master Fard Muhammad mysteriously disappeared in 1934, but Elijah would raise up the likes of Malcolm X, Louis Farrakhan and Muhammad Ali, it would be the life giving teachings that allowed these men who would change the world. Muhammad taught that we needed some land and this good earth that we can call our own (he also taught separation). I greet you in the Arabic language of paradise of As- Salaam Alaikum (it only means peace this was the language that all the prophets spoke). Lastly, Elijah Muhammad was a Mason and overstood the lessons of the Poor Widow’s Son on a much deeper level.

Jesus (Yeshuaa Ben Yosef) challenged the Roman Government and Pilate—he also challenged the Pharisees, Sadducees and Sanhedrins (how about you?) Jesus or Yeshuaa was at war with the oppressor and Elite of his day according to the Holy the Bible (fighting principalities in high places indeed Jesus had a government on his shoulders). However, the false Portrayal of the Divine and the false image of that white Jesus have subconsciously and sublimely impacted the psyche of Black people for over 300 years, we have equated God with being white and has determined the white race to be superior and viewed ourselves as being inferior. This thinking has had a devastating affect on the political, economic and social development of black people in America and throughout the world. Greetings in the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit (if Jesus was here today  he too would greet you in peace). My mother in her living room had a picture of a blonde haired white Jesus and right next to him, she had a picture of President John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., hugging. Thus, as a child I drew and painted my mother a picture of a black Jesus and I took down that false image of Jesus the Christ (laughter). Some of you in here today are still praying to a Caucasian Jesus.

To my Hebrew brothers and sisters Shalom Alaikum; we are the original Jews; The Falasha Jews and Beta Israeli Jews that originated in Africa Ethiopia (a black land that was never colonized and they fought the Italians and won—the Greeks called them the land of the burnt faces). We were followers of Judaism in Kush long before the Askhnazi Jew and Kazar Jews converted to Judaism and exited the hills and cavesides of Europe 6,000 years ago and before Abraham and Moses knew anything about monotheism (these Falasha Jews had a version of the Torah and divine law long before the Biblical prophets); they Europeans Jews are mere imposters and were not the original inhabitants of Israel.

The true Jews were Nubian Hebrew Israelite who gave Musa or Moses ten of ancient laws and commandments from the Kemetic scribes (or the 42 Negative Confessions) the book Cometh Forth by Day or the Egyptian Book of the Dead is our reference. Dr. Mualana Karenga translated the ancient Kemetic Husia. Dr. Yosef Ben A.A. Jochannan in his book Black man of the Nile and His Family, he writes about the original Jews. The  book Cometh Forth by Day popular called the "Egyptian Book of the Dead" (one version translated by Wallis Budge) in which from my comparative theological study of the Bible, it is clear evidence that many scriptures were lifted and taking out of "Egyptian Book of the Dead" by European scholars.

We also know that there is a book titled, The Lost Books of the Bible, which speaks to more ancient books that were taken out of the Bible by King James (between 1604-1611). Also there is an original book titled, The Book of Enoch that was lifted from the Bible. According to Brad Lemley  Director, Natural Health Solutions in an article titled, “Jesus Lost Words” stated: “There have been hidden scrolls revealed An Egyptian religious leader called Athanasius even outlawed this ancient text way back in the year 367. . . Biblical scholars call it one of “the most extraordinary archeological discoveries in the modern world…” but only recently have we begun to understand just how important it is. In December 1945, while digging for fertile soil for his crops, a local farmer stumbled onto this ancient scroll. He found it in a long-forgotten cave near Nag Hammadi, Egypt. In order to protect the text, early Christians buried these secret words of Jesus in the desert… where they remained for nearly 2,000 years. Knowledge of its existence was mostly lost, aside from a few references in ancient Christian texts”. You already know that Dr. Yosef Ben A.A. Jochannan wrote about how the 10 commandments were lifted from the 42 Negative Confessions. And as I stated above Dr. Maulana Karenga translated an ancient Kemetic Text titled, Selections from the Husia: Sacred Wisdom from Ancient Egypt which predated the Bible by thousands of years. I know that most of the Bible has it roots in older African sources.

Since this topic is on Freemasonry: this is the 4th month of the year, 4 represent foundation and the number 7 is a deep spiritual number in all enlightened philosophical schools of thought, the number 7 is revered as one of the most spiritual and sacred numbers in the science of numerology. The number 7 is a God Number and today’s date is April 7, 2016 do you see the 1+ 6= seven and the seventh (7th) Alphabet is the letter G, which is deeply rooted in Masonic knowledge (it is correlated to the science of Geometry and God viewed by some as having the attribute of the Grand Architect of the Universe) and the physical address of Stanford L. Warren Library on Fayetteville Street in Durham, NC is 1201 1 +2=3+1=4, which represent foundation. All this have a spiritual and Masonic connection and works in the scheme of Sacred Geometry.

How do we define Freemasonry? Most Masonic scholars define it as “a system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols”  . The European robber barons looked at the Medu Neter (the Greeks misconstrued the higher Kemetic language by referring to the Medu Neter as Hieroglyphics, a corrupt description) inscribed on the walls of the  pyramids and had no real understanding of what the so-called pyramids and burial chambers meant.  The esoteric inscriptions were outside of the Europeans ability to decipher and interpreted what they saw, as well as experienced in coming in contact with this ancient spiritual systems in Kemet, because the Romans and the Greeks had nothing in its schools of thought at that time to measure the Kemetic Gods nor record and measure this superior civilization, which was rooted in the beginning of time (this knowledge went back over 76 trillion years ago). Plato, Socrates and Aristotle deep down in their souls knew that Kemet as a civilization recognized that God had been present and had walked amongst these mortal beings and had guided these Nubian Masters—everything the Europeans saw and witnessed from the Kemites were rooted in the higher spiritual sciences that were coded in mathematical and scientific formulas (unknown to the minds and schools of thoughts of the Europeans).

The Medu Neter as a language even appeared to them to be foreign because the system of communication was coded in formulas that were so profound, it was outside of their knowledge base, which gave way to a superior system of alchemy and architecture and engineering that even to this very day have baffled Western scientist. They do not understand the divine numerology and the higher elevation of Nubian people who had descended and ascended in space, a place reserved for the Grand Architect of the Universe—these Kemetic Nubians had become Gods based on the transmission of the spiritual sciences. Once again the Greeks called the inscriptions on the sacred tombs Hieroglyphics.

They could not understand what Maat meant and Ausur (Osiris), Asset (Isis) and Huru (Horace) the original Trinity stories that came before and predate the symbolic and allegorical  story of Hiram Abiff (reference JSM Ward Who was Hiram Abiff?), the Master Builder who was raised and resurrected from the dead; this ancient tale of death and resurrection went back to Kemet—the story of immortality of the soul. Also, there were other pagan stories relating to the birth, death, resurrection and ascension (according to Kersey Graves in his monumental book titled: The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors (or Christianity Before Christ), which predated the Masonic tale of Hiram Abiff, the Master Builder and the similar story that was associated with Jesus, the Christ (or properly known as Yeshua Ben Yosef) derived from the Kemetic tales of Osiris (Ausur) or much older sources. These ancient Pagan tales even predated the virgin birth story of the Savior born on December 25, but these tales only implied that man concocted their religious theology from studying the winter and summer solstice (the death and resurrection of the sun).

The charting of the sun, moon and stars—the understanding of the two Masonic columns—Boaz (strength) and Jachin (beauty) giving to us as Entered Apprentice the first degree of Freemasonry, it was leading us towards understanding universal laws and spiritual divine principles, it was pointing us towards understanding the in depth knowledge in studying the macrocosm and the microcosm universe (so as it is above, so it’s below). The above mentioned columns were pointing us to go after the universal knowledge found in the Celestial and Terrestrial earth and universal plains, it was meant to open up the philosophical third eye and lead us to the understanding of the interrelations and interconnectedness with the heavens and earth; this too is rooted in the study of Geometry and Astronomy (the science of mathematics/numerology and the Zodiac has tremendous value) in the realm of the esoteric.

The Masonic Lodge is symbolic and emblematic of how the ancients charted the sun, moon and stars and when Imhotep (the father of modern medicine) constructed the first step pyramid, he set it up due East and due West (the three principles officers of the lodge the Worshipful Master, Senior Warden and the Junior Warden—it is not coincidental that the Worshipful Master sits in the East (symbolic of Amen-Ra and the sun), the Light and radiation of the ancient knowledge of all the philosophical master teachers should emanate from the representative of the sun and the brothers should revolve around truth, morality and the wisdom of enlightenment being exemplified by the Master of the lodge (how can we have a teacher unless one be sent).

The working tools used to construct the great pyramids were unknown to this world, but the perfection of the perpendiculars, horizontals and the cubic square roots, were an indication that Pyramid Builders were Gods that had  been exposed to geometric-mathematical codes and languages that were so sophisticated that the entire Nile Valley was created as a glimpse of heaven on earth the burial chambers went beyond the mere preservation of dead but symbolic housed the souls of the original people and the sacredness was not in the embalmment or scientific chemicals nor the mummification, it went beyond eternal life and the immortality of the soul.

Although, Albert G. MacKey, Albert Pike and Manly P. Hall were prolific Masonic writers and thinkers and even Masonic writers of this century like Allen Roberts, Robert Lomas, Christopher Knight. The scholars of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, Oxford, the Sorbonne, Stanford, etc., none of them understood the true keys of unlocking the mind of symbolic Hiram (the black man and woman of America who was hit in the head and brought on a westerly course) who left some unfinished work on the trestle board as he was the mastermind behind that architecture layout and construction of King Solomon’s Temple; thus, as perfect as the pyramids were in Kemet (Egypt) they only represented a sign of the work (esoteric, Occult and Gnostic) that still lie ahead for the original man (one of greatest hidden secrets is that the Black man is God and has a mind equalvent to the Grand Architect of the Universe).            

In the "Masonic Quiz Book" we find questions and answers concerning the Ancient Egyptians and the Great Pyramids:

Question: "From what people are most of our Masonic symbols taken?" Answer: "From the Egyptians, who formed the world's oldest civilization."

Question: "What country of ancient times was the cradle of all the mysteries?" Answer: "At one time Egypt was in possession of all the learning and religion that was to be found in the world. It extended to other nations the influence of its sacred rites and esoteric doctrines."

: "Who built the Pyramid of Gizah and for what purpose? Answer: "Khufu, for the study of the stars."

Question: "What are the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Gizah?" Answer: "Its base is 761 feet 8 inches on each side and it is 485 feet high. It was built of large stones, none less than thirty feet long and five feet square quarried at a great distance, transported hundreds of miles, crossing the river Nile, and raised to their lofty position in the structure by methods unknown to the engineers of today."

Question: "What is Alchemy?" Answer: "A so-called division of chemistry, treating of the art:

Question: "By what other name was the science of Alchemy called?"
Answer: "The Hermetic Philosophy, because it is said to have been first taught by Hermes Trismegistus in Egypt."

Question: "Who was Pythagoras?" Answer: "One of the most celebrated of the Greek philosophers" Question: "How many years did Pythagoras have to wait for initiation into the hidden mysteries of Egypt?" Answer: "Twenty (20) years."

Question: "What is the forty-seventh (47th) problem of Euclid?" Answer: "In any right angled triangle, the square which is described upon the side subtending the right angle, is equal to squares described upon the sides which contain the right angle."

My brothers, we have a greater job duty and responsibility, which is our Enlightenment and wisdom must now lead us outside of the Blue Lodge, Red House, Consistory and Shrine Temple and use this knowledge to get deeper involved in the community as frontliners. We should establish pacts and alliances with other progressive groups and organizations such as: the Nation of Islam, the Nations of Gods and Earths, Black lives Matter, Black Pan-Hellenic Greek Lettered Fraternities and Sororities, the Black Moors and those that follow the Prophet Noble Drew Ali, Sunni Islam, Bahia Faith, Black Progressive Pan-African Christians, black labor movements, Rastafarians, Black Nationalist, Pan-Africanist, Afrocentric thinkers, etc.

We should not be afraid to build with these brothers and sisters and be able to stand perpendicular on the square and compass. What are we seeking? More LIGHT in Masonry. The greatest knowledge that we can attain is the knowledge of self. We sit and read about CushJerusalem, Egypt, Mecca and Medina--these are real places and constitute the history of the Nubian original man. We have empowering knowledge in our Masonic teachings and lessons and yet even after we are raised to a living perpendicular many of remain dead in actions and deeds.

Fahim A. Knight-El Chief Researcher for KEEPING IT REAL THINK TANK located in Durham, NC; our mission is to inform African Americans and all people of goodwill, of the pending dangers that lie ahead; as well as decode the symbolism and reinterpreted the hidden meanings behind those who operate as invisible forces, but covertly rules the world. We are of the belief that an enlightened world will be better prepared to throw off the shackles of ignorance and not be willing participants for the slaughter. Our MOTTO is speaking truth to power. Fahim A. Knight-El can be reached at  

Stay Awake Until We Meet Again,
Fahim A. Knight-El

Wednesday, February 24, 2016



By Fahim A. Knight-El

The United States of America elected its first African American president in 2008, with the election of President Barack Obama and this was a monumental feat in the history of African Americans, in particular and entire United States in general. Moreover, some social and political pundits early on was suggesting that the election of President Obama represented a post-racial era (and it was being touted as the epitome of equality and social progress); and even some academicians had bought in the notion that America had transitioned into a new age relative to racial politics.

Yet, with the election of President Obama, it appeared to have acerbated internal racial tension (gun sells and ammunition sells had skyrocketed) also it appeared that hate crimes have been on the rise according to American Civil Liberties Union and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the United States Justice Department also verifies that racial motivated violence has been on the increase since 2008. I know there is a breakdown in communication between the old and new generation and this is not meant to omit nor negate the more deeper issues involving the social, political and economic problems, we have in the United States, in particular facing African Americans and other minorities in general. I believe it was President Bill Clinton in 1997 that made an attempt to establish a national race commission called One America Initiative on Race and almost two decades later, we are still dealing with the question of race and justice.

The Black Lives Matter Movement brought the issue of police brutality to national attention and I started to read and closely follow some of the recent events involving law enforcement and innocent unarmed black men being killed by law enforcement officers in various cities throughout America (of course these white racist police officers killing innocent black man had been going on for a very long time but it had been swept under the rug and it was police brutality that gave rise to the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense in 1966), it led me to continue to believe that something was still wrong inside of America; racism once again was raising its ugly head in these various police brutality cases and if it were not for social media and citizens having the ability to capture these events in real time via Smartphone technology. Moreover, many of these police brutality cases would have never made it to the public attention and definitely would not have made it to a court of law. I am forever reminded by the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who stated: ‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere’.

I saw angry young African Americans in Ferguson marching and protesting the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson and Freddie Gray in Baltimore and I also saw on television and on social media how violent the protests had become between law enforcement and the African American community—we witnessed personal and real property being destroyed—raiding, looting, violence and appeared these two cities were headed for total anarchy. They believed that Brown and Gray murders were racially motivated and they took to the streets and angrily confronted the police in their quest for justice. I am so proud of the young brothers and sisters of the Black Lives Matter Movements for shunning (in defiance) those traditional Negro leadership models who have always just performed and functioned as establishment Negro leaders (it has always been about the economic and social mobility of themselves and their families and not the collective success of our people). Thus, with the right guidance and leadership, we might have a future with these up and coming brothers and sisters. 

The Black Panther Party is celebrating their 50th year anniversary in 2016. Perhaps our greatest female entertainer of recent years Beyoncé who as part of Super Bowl 50th (held in Santa Clara) half-time entertainment show had sisters dressed in sexy leather paramilitary outfits (with Afro style hairdos and in formation of how Blank Panther Party used line up as a paramilitary organization and she has been criticized by the white corporate media for being insensitive towards the police, in particular citing the Panthers antagonism towards the police. Thus, from their perspective Beyoncé was making an unfair political statement—I applaud this young entertainer and we should support her as an artist for having the right to creatively express herself even if was making a political statement.

Rudolph “Rudy” Giuliani, a reactionary racist who was part of the internal conspiracy that led to the bombing of the World Trade Center and the restructuring of how the One World Government is being carried out today; he should have been charged with the mass murders of 3,000 human beings in the 9/11 hoax, a front man for Larry Silverstein and the Hidden Hand. Yet, this criminal walked away from this high level deception and crime unblemished. The former mayor of New York just about accused Beyoncé of inciting people against the police and pretty much said she needed to stay in her lane as an entertainer and this reactionary pawn has been leading this negative and critical charge against the entertainer Beyoncé.

I will say this, I do not think Beyoncé understands the political dynamics nor does she understand how the world works (naïve would be an understatement), but her husband Jay-Z does knows a lot about his history and culture and he himself, perhaps is either a closet member and/or sympathizer of the Nation of Gods and Earths (the Five Percenters). Nevertheless, by me understanding the political and theoretical values of this group whom at times have aligned and embraced black nationalist politics and ideologies, it was easy for me interpret where and how Beyoncé’s NFL Halftime show came about. Jay-Z was publically seen wearing the NGE medallion (and there is little doubt in my mind the Black Panther skit probably was orchestrated and came from the mind of her husband Jay-Z who is a lot more politicized than his wife Beyoncé).

Giuliani's type rhetoric is not only reactionary, but it permeates with the mood and present day era of the United States Patriot Act, National Defense Authorization Act and the Enemy Combatant laws (embodied in the long arm of Homeland Security). His reckless commentary stood as an assault on the First Amendment Right and it is meant to further expand the United States assault on our basic civil liberties as American citizens.

I think we need to applaud Minister Louis Farrakhan (the flamethrower who for over 60 years has been speaking truth to power) and the Nation of Islam for vowing to protect and support Beyoncé as she performs throughout America. However, the Nation of Islam patriarch has always been willing to come to the defense of black people when many of us would run and hide, because of fear of the status quo. We should support Minister Louis Farrakhan in this mission by sending him money to defray this expense of assuring that our sister Beyoncé is not harmed or her concerts are not disrupted, because of the lack of security—Farrakhan website is (they welcome bankcards donations) and send some money to aid the Fruit of Islam (the security team of the Nation of Islam).

How dare do they tell us as Black people what we can say and/or sing about (they want to stifle our creative genre and I have seen and heard spoken word artists who have said things that would make Beyoncé Formation Tour appear as being conservative). But they are fearful that the Queen-Bee would influence an entire new generation of young black people who might awake and become enlightened to the truth about America and its role as being viewed as the Great Satan around the world. Yet, these racist police officers continue to kill our young black men in the streets for nothing other than being black and constantly lie that they were fearful for their lives and these murders become classified as justifiable homicides.

Treyvon Martin was only going to the store to get a drink and some skillets and was murdered by the racist George Zimmerman (whom the courts acquitted for this murder); Eric Garner was selling cigarettes outside on the curb in New York City and was choked to death by white racist police officers--he yelled out I CANNOT BREATHE; Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri Hands up shot to death by a racist police officer, Freddie Gray in Baltimore murdered while in police custody; Tamir Rice a young African American teen killed by racist police officers in Cleveland, Ohio, he only had a toy gun on the playground, Walter Scott in Charleston, South Carolina shot in the back by a racist police officer; Sandra Bland killed while in police custody in Waller County jail in Hempstead, Texas; The Chicago police fatally shot 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times.  So I challenge every Black Law Enforcement officers in Raleigh, Durham and across America to not go along with these white officers and take a stand on behalf of your own people (and stand by the oath you took to protect and serve all people).

I equally challenge the black men in the black churches across America to come out of those Sunday School classes, Bible Study classes, choir groups and take a stand and to our brother ministers and pastors to stop this foolishness in the pulpit and use your pulpit power to become a social activist by truly teaching the Gospel of Jesus the Christ and to preach a theology of liberation; Jesus was no punk and took on the Roman Government by himself--he truly had a government on his shoulders. I applaud our black women, they got more courage and fighting power than most of their scared to death husbands and boy friends (sisters help to give us black men some backbone), I thank God for the black woman.

No, we are not going to allow them to publicly lynch our sister Beyoncé, moreover during slavery black men could not defend our black women (this is our duty to defend and protect our black women and children by any means necessary), but in 2016, we have an opportunity to redeem ourselves, because her willingness to educate us with her Formation Tour about the Black Panther Party it is not sitting well with some (but who gives a damn), but her right to be a creative artist is worth our support as black men and black women. They allowed a white armed militia Group in Oregon to declare squatters rights on federal property in which many of the white citizens of that town backed the militia group. No one is entitled to claim their sovereign rights to any lands in North America other than our Native American family. But you have not heard the police say they are not going to defend and protect the citizens of that town, but in spite of their political alliances with anti-government militia they took an oath to serve and protect (this is the double standard and social dichotomy that I am addressing as it pertain to Beyonce).

I can remember the United States Secret Service back in 1984 when Reverend Jesse Jackson ran a strong campaign for becoming president of the United States of America and the secret service refused to protect Reverend Jackson and Minister Farrakhan came to his defense and mandated that the Fruit of Islam would serve as Jackson's security team. Reverend Jackson had thousands of death threats against his life and the Muslim Minister Louis Farrakhan stood in solidarity with his Christian brother. Farrakhan said, "you are not going to kill this brother."

In Monroe, North Carolina there was a bad brother in the 1950s and 1960s named Robert Williams (they eventually ran this brother out of North Carolina and was exiled to Cuba) and he was part of a black Christian organization called Deacon for Defense and he was the president of Monroe's chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)--he wrote a book titled, 'Black men with Guns". The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, the Black Stone Rangers, El-Rukhns, etc., all evolved as organizations who would become the vanguard of protecting and defending the black community, in particular against white supremacy attacks.

Thus, this precedent that America is attempting to set with the performer Beyoncé is a dangerous slippery slope in which she as an American citizen and artist should be protected by the United States Constitution under the First Amendment Right (freedom of speech and expression); every black college and black public school districts should be using this current event issue to teach and argue the rights of civil liberties and debate the constitutional rights of the First Amendment Right and get this young Hip Hop generation and culture excited about civics and pop culture (this should be an exciting time to be a student and teacher in the classroom); it becomes dangerous for the United States Government to attempt to censor and silence her for expressing her artistic creativity. The litmus test for free speech is not how we receive speech that we agree upon, but how do we act towards speech that we disagree on in which the United States Constitution and its Founder Fathers insured that all speech would be protected under the law regardless of the content? But what the powers-that-be is trying to do is covertly punish Beyoncé and simultaneously deter other social conscious black artist and entertainers from making political statements and force high profile black athletes and entertainers to be apolitical, because if they stand up for a political or social cause they might be publicly ostracized by the powers-that-be for standing up for justice and equality.

They desire to silence our artists who dare to stand with the Black Lives Matter Movement or for any other social cause in which our young progressive black people has taking up such as condemning police brutality and the reactionary goals of the prison industrial complex (and has raised a voice against militarization of the police departments). Police Departments and Police officers work at the pleasure of us taxpaying citizens (interpreted to mean we the people pay their salaries and benefits). If we allow these sworn officers to get involved in determining who they will defend and protect based on ones political views, it will come back to haunt the United States in a bad way. I would like to see us devise and organize a youth based race commission and work in partnerships with law enforcement and the courts and advocate for the victims of racism and police brutality and simanteously work with police departments to implement a plan of strategy that would allow input from the Hip-Hop community (interpreted to mean those that fit the social and racial demographics of victims of racist inspired police brutality) in assisting in writing the cultural sensitive training aspect of the manuals; allowing the youth to sit on community policing boards and give them recommendation power to foster change and allow them to attend community programs along side law enforcement to create a since of visible unity between the police and the community

For example, Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson have both said some reactionary reprehensible things against Latinos (the largest non-white minority in the country), against Muslims (who are not involved in terrorism or militant radical Islam) and against African Americans but I have not heard the Fraternal Order of Police talk about removing their security teams from around supporting a racist and religious hate monger as Trump, but what about the oath they took to protect and serve, it did not mention anything about only serving those citizens whom we agree upon relative to their political viewpoints. Beyoncé is an artist and an entertainer and she was not the first artist or entertainer to take a controversial position for a cause that had political implications. I guess when I was listening to old school rap such as Public Enemy, KRS-One, Niggas With an Attitude (NWA), Poor Righteous Teachers, Brand Nubian, DJ Scott La Rock, etc., they perhaps would have been arrested because their lyrics and political genre was off the chain relative to militancy.

Fahim A. Knight-El Chief Researcher for KEEPING IT REAL THINK TANK located in Durham, NC; our mission is to inform African Americans and all people of goodwill, of the pending dangers that lie ahead; as well as decode the symbolism and reinterpreted the hidden meanings behind those who operate as invisible forces, but covertly rules the world. We are of the belief that an enlightened world will be better prepared to throw off the shackles of ignorance and not be willing participants for the slaughter. Our MOTTO is speaking truth to power. Fahim A. Knight-El can be reached at
Stay Awake Until We Meet Again,
Fahim A. Knight-El


Saturday, February 20, 2016



By Fahim A. Knight-El

African people were subjugated to 310 years of, perhaps the worst oppression that has ever been recorded in recent world history and endured the most dehumanization process to be found anywhere in the annals of time called Chattel Slavery (and European people could always disguise their religion and ethnicity and fit in with the dominant culture and society). Africans were kidnapped from their native lands and as stated above, robbed of their rights to their lands, robbed of their language, stripped of their names, denied a right to have a culture and heritage (was not permitted to embrace their rites, sacraments, relics, rituals, etc.), our women were raped and black men were lynched and castrated (reference: Without Sanctuary:Lynching Photography in America);forced to adopt the slave masters religion (we cry out for Zion). Some scholars have maintained that over 50-100 million Africans were displaced during the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Middle Passage.

Thus, African Americans over 150 years removed from Chattel Slavery have never received reparations nor have our grievances been addressed in an International Court of Law within the United Nations as a people who were subjugated to war crimes (America became great off the black human commodity of free slave labor and this gave them an economic head-start to the determent of the 100 millions victims that became human rights casualties). We built the United States of America including the Ivory Towers such as Duke University and the United States Capitol and did not have the luxury to be apart of white privilege and receive the political, economic and social advantages as other immigrants who received a royal welcome upon entering the United States of America through Ellis Island. No, my ancestors arrived to the shores of the United States by way of the slave ports of America—Charleston, Jamestown, Savannah, Mobile, Wilmington, Rhode Island, etc., in chains as slaves (and by way of the Door of No Return at Elmina Castle in Ghana and Goree Island in Senegal)—this was the greatest crime ever committed in human history. Moreover, even after slavery ended white supremacy continued to raises its ugly head with the Plessy versus Ferguson (1896) United States Supreme Court decision, which ushered in another 58 years of Jim Crow laws and legalized racial practices aimed at African American people.

This was the Black Holocaust that has been overlooked; this is my people’s history and I will always write and represent our legacy unapologetically and present the facts with candor and passion. The blood of my ancestors runs deep in me and it encompasses my DNA makeup (as well as the millions of other black people of African descent) and in every fiber of my being my ancestors speak to me through the elements and every black soul that were kidnapped, enslaved, murdered; it is their kindred spirit that has called for the universe to turn on America and Europe—my people from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, those buried in the cotton fields (America’s southern tobacco and cotton belt), those buried in the sugar cane fields of the Caribbean, Central and South America are still weeping for justice and those survivals like myself and other Diaspora Africans only remain as a reminder of the injustice. Now, this is our experience and the history that all the descendants of African people stand on.

The above social phenomenon is rooted in a complex social and political dilemma, because African people who were victimized by 310 years of Chattel Slavery (caused almost irreparable psychological damage, it robbed us of the knowledge of self and kind—in this vicious process, we lost of our land, names, religion, cultures, customs, folkway, mores, etc., in which I have mentioned in the above two paragraphs). Perhaps no other people in modern world history has been dehumanized to the extent of the African and the affect Chattel Slavery has had on the psychological development of African people for generations both past and present (reference: Joy Angela Degury: "Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome" published in 2005). 

Dr. Naim Akbar books: Chains and Images of Psychological Slavery,  Know Thyself,  Breaking the Chains of Psychological Slavery, Visions for Black Men, who holds a Ph.D in psychology and was a professor emeritus at Florida State University and is a trained mental health expert; wrote about the post-traumatic affect that the slavery dehumanization process had on the present day African ancestral victims even in 2016 and there are other books that Dr. Akbar has published as well (Visions for Black Men ; Light from Ancient Africa and From Miseducation to Education by Naim Akbar). Thus, we cannot be fearful to call it for what it is (We have been up against the power of white world domination), which is white supremacy and it has been this mindset that has dominated the planet for last 6,000 years and within the last 500 to 600 in this modern context of the African historical slavery experience and the victimization of the indigenous people of the new world and the planet has created the present social paradigm relative to the systemic impact it continues to have on people of African descent. Thus, African people were systematically made blind, deaf and dumb to the knowledge of self. I advise my blog audience to read the works of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing Book titled, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors (she recently made her transition back to creator and the ancestors at age 83) this book is a must read in order to understand white supremacy as a genetic and political ideology and lastly Michael Bradley's book titled, The Iceman in inheritance: Pre-Historic of Western Man's Racism, Sexism and Aggression.

So I research and write about greats truths, that have been hidden and denied by the Caucasian or white man from our people of Nubian and so-called African descent; with the intent to transform our thinking in order to intellectually and philosophically empower ourselves to reclaim the knowledge and expertise of our Kemetic ancestors (the original master builders) who built the pyramids. We are truly at war for the minds and hearts of our people. I will continue to say and repeat over and over again, that they have systematically made us blind, deaf and dumb to the knowledge of self, but those who have taking up the mantle to be conscious must be applauded for attempting to throw off the shackles of self-hatred, dependency, miseducation, etc., and we must continue to work to educate and liberate the minds of our people from mental slavery (this condition is much more dangerous than physical chains, because the mental oppression and imperialism is invisible). For example, we all have the job, duty and responsibility to reform and re-determine the paradigm by first being engaged in institution building and advocating unity above all else. What is the duty of the civilized man and woman? It is to teach the uncivilized.

The challenges no doubt would be great, but they could be overcome. I think that most young people (but not just young people but 85% of the masses) have been systematically dummied down due to the power of false propaganda and disinformation in which pop culture has had the greatest negative influence, in particular on shaping the ideals, minds and defining the paradigm shift in abstract terms and downplaying the seriousness of the present world and society that we now are living under. Serious critical thinking conversation about history and world events are not taking place—nor are highly charged conversation related to dissecting white supremacy is taking place and we as a race of people of African descent are not reclaiming our past glorious civilizations prior to be being made slaves and we are not revisiting the programs, stances, and political theories of our past Black Nationalist leaders who dared to confront the social models that have been rooted in white supremacy.

We can only begin to counter this by possessing a willingness to accepting the teachings of the knowledge of self and embrace the fact that Nubian people of Kemet—gave the entire world civilization and enlightenment (Kemet or ancient Egypt) taught the Greeks and Romans civilization. The solution of attempting to dismantling white supremacy must start by reintroducing global truth and work to remove the lies, half-truths and historical distortions about the role dark skinned African people have played throughout human civilizations—lets eradicate the false notion of white superiority and black inferiority. This is the first step to dismantling the idea of white cultural and historical superiority, which has created social and political racial antagonistic contradictions in humanity’s quest and pursuit to have better global human relations. We all must be willing fight white supremacy on all levels (and lets us start there in correcting the wrong and yet I do not think that any action of political or legal consequences will ever make black people whole thus only God has that power).  “White supremacy is a historically based, institutionally perpetuated system of exploitation and oppression of continents, nations and peoples of color by white peoples and nations of the European continent; for the purpose of establishing, maintaining and defending a system of wealth, power and privilege”. (Definition by Mickey Ellinger and Sharon Martinas).

Many of you now know that the white man's history only goes back six thousand (6,000) years and he is a newcomer on the planet, but it was black people who invented medicine, architecture, engineering, mathematics, religion, etc., and to hail the Greek culture as superior and supreme is a historical contradiction and outright lie. I advise my reading audience to purchase a book titled, First Word authored by Kwaku Person-Lynn; the book consist of some serious Afrocentric and revolutionary essays authored by a few of our greatest revolutionary intellectuals of the late 20th and early 21st Century. The book consist of 13 essays, which stand as some of best Afrocentric writings ever compiled in one volume and written on-behalf of people of African descent and I strongly consider this valuable work as necessary readings to properly formulate the ideological and philosophical bases of reclaiming our history. These intellectual warriors layout the historical, psychological, political, religious, social and economic tools needed to alter our mis-education process and lead us to seeing the importance of totally embracing our culture and heritage. Lastly, Dr. Ashra Kwesi is one of our master teachers has done yeoman's work in the area of taking so-called African Americans back to Kemet (Egypt) and re-tracking the Egyptian Mystery Schools that predated the neophyte learning and initiations established by the Greeks under Socrates, Plato and Aristotle

White Supremacy and Eurocentrism has set false historical standards in order to make European culture appear superior to Nubian people's culture and history. They desired for us to believe that Greece and Rome were the citadel of learning and civilization, which in reality, the Kemetic (Ancient Egyptians) had a far superior history and it was Kemet and Kush that gave the world civilization. Culture is learned behavior, but it is the transformative and represent a syntheses of ones collective and individual traditions, rites, rituals, sacraments, customs, folkways, mores, etc., which builds the foundation for personal and community values. It serves as the connector of the past, present and future and it ties a people's DNA history (civilization) to every unborn generation. Moreover, culture is the sustainable life blood for a people's success and serve as their collective memory bank, which will always remain as the single most important component to a people's continued survival--it inculcates the historical linkages to past generations and serve as the roadmap to a people's collective empowerment. Culture should always be interpreted as a living document, which is always evolving within time and space. culture is the most necessary social dynamic to building and strengthen family—there is good book titled, Tribes: How Race, Religion and Identity Determine Success in the Global Economy that speaks to the importance of the culture piece, which establishes and reinforces values, mores, folkways and even lays the foundation for morality and ethics (this also lends to establishing the internal and external laws that would be use to govern).Yet, any definition we attach to family must be based somewhat on an African model.

Our spiritual world is empowered by thoughts as well as all reality, but not many human beings are willing to allow themselves to move beyond what they can see, feel, taste, hear and smell on the physical plain and not allow themselves to experience the five senses on a much deeper level. All of the senses are manifestation of thought and human reality exists, because of an inclination to create a world and society that is geared towards mastering physical reality. The ancient civilizations such as the ancient Kemites (Egyptians), Mayas, Native Americans, Dogons, Druids, Chinese, Indians, etc., had evolved 10,000 to 20,000 years ago to a higher form of civilization and most ancient societies shared certain social threads in which they saw themselves as miniature microcosm Beings that were connected to the larger macrocosm universe in which they were not afraid to embrace the divine laws of the universe. Western man/woman has continued to ignore this holistic approach to life and view the universe as though it functions separate and independent and without direct or indirect bearing on our physical survival—the universe is the only true sovereign entity—if the two most important laws that governs the universe, which is motion and order, ever becomes compromised our insignificance and vulnerability as human beings (lower species) would be exposed and there wouldn’t be anything we could do alter our ultimate demise.

Values (this is our moral compass) are those norms that governs persons, family, community and society attitudes, as they are closely related to the social, spiritual, political and economic outlook of our being. Thus, that is weighed into how we view at ourselves and the world, and often it determines things ranging from how we raise our children, how we view marriage, friendship, how we exercise authority, how we view religion.  And often we allow values to become the driving force of how we critically view others and often it is a challenge to be less judgmental to people who are different and may not share your culture (the best example and/or model of a structured system of values is encompassed in the so-called 42 Negative Confessions). Also, how we determine what is good and bad is rooted in learned behavior and I think values are interchangeable and predicated on the foundation of culture (it is one of the connective components of culture), which teaches and affirms what is dear to a person and people's understanding and acceptability of the principles of MAAT these divine lessons allows us to tap into our own humanity and we should use them to build solid relationships that are principle based.

Humanity is suffering because of the absences of love and it has created an imbalance on the planet. Love does not allow for starvation, poverty, and want--it should move us to fight and challenge wealth disparities in order that all of humanity can share in the bountifulness of mother earth. There is no selfishness associated with love it meets everyone with open arms. We were taught self-hatred and were robbed of the ability to love ourselves, women and our children--so we the people of African decent and in particular, those living in the diaspora must first be taught how to love ourselves; moreover, this love must be taught through our history, culture and heritage in which to eventually get us back to the principle of universalism that encompass love. Our love in this day and time must be RACE FIRST. Raise the RED, BLACK AND GREEN.

Destiny: Is when a person and/or collective group embraces a conscious prescribed route and it determines where a people are headed (which should be determined outside of the Mystery God concept and fulfilled by the God inside of us). It is built around past, present and future potential that often will encompass the economic, social and political aspirations of people (for better or worse). And is tied to ones personal and collective preparation, which translate into the potential of success and/or failure. If we desire to have a certain destiny outcome than our collective work should reflect a model built around a vision that lays out what our future will look like beyond rhetoric.

I wrote an article on Kemetic Symbolism a few years ago, because I desired to show and prove that there were some in depth sacred geometry that needed to be explored, talked about and reveal that came out of Kemet, which has been adopted by New Age movements and secret societies and most of the visible and not so visible symbolism were shrouded in mystical and mythical coded allegory, which went beyond what meets the naked eye. I had the privilege to set under Brother Ashra Kwesi some years ago and I see him as one of my teachers. He used to live in Los Angles and was the facilitator of a powerful and enlightened Afrocentric study group; thus, truly one of our master teachers. This world's order is being manipulated and the Hidden Hand is being empowered by those variables that cannot be readily deciphered by the masses. I do not think that it was coincidental when people are led to my site and articles, because of where we are in space and time (there is absolutely nothing coincidental or even incidental about space and time) is where we ought to be—this is led by the Creator and is ultimately outside of our control. The 'dumbying' down process is so vast in America and wide spread amongst the masses in general our ultimate duty is to work tirelessly to break the bonds of mental slavery and work to moving us more towards liberation.

I was a serious student of Afrocentricity, and at that time there were two big major African-centered organizations one was called Association for the study Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC), which included a whose who relative to our revolutionary warriors and intellectuals and the second organization was called the Melanin Conference and I linked up with these two research associations early on, because of the African research that was being conducted in which they viewed Africa as a subject rather than an object this was cutting edge African-centered studies: the Clarkes, Jochannan, Asante, King, Carruthers, Amos Wilson, Na'im Akbar, Mualana Karenga, Marimba Ani, Leonard Jeffries, Ivanvan Sertima etc., were some of my teachers in which these scholars were writing and publishing books dealing with African contributions to world civilization in which a lot of emphasis was being placed on Kemet (ancient Egypt)—Cheikh Anta Diop called it African Origins of Civilization: Myth or Reality. So I actually joined both of these African centered associations and would travel to various cities attending conferences and constantly purchasing materials to enhance my knowledge (I worked to become a student of the knowledge). These great enlighteners gave me enough to fly out of the nest and develop and grow, because of the nurturing they provided me with. I also had very good relations with the Nation of Islam and I would go to the temple and hear the teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad (and must tell you this: the Nation of Islam's teachings and Elijah Muhammad's theology and philosophy, perhaps have had the greatest impact on my life and I would not be where I am to day in my thinking, if were not for Muhammad's Life Giving teachings). Dr. Ben-Jochannan who was serious critic of Islam, but before he got sick an incapacitated and made his transition he turned his entire and extensive library over to Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam.

Dr. Yosef A.A. Ben Jochannan first published the Book titled, Black man of the Nile and His Family in around 1973. Here is the first point of clarity; the Arabs did not arrive or invade Kemet (ancient Egypt) until the 8th Century A.D. which means the greatness of Kemet and the Egyptian Mystery Systems were not destroyed by the Arabs, because they did not arrive into Kemet until much later A.D. within the modern era. The Greeks were there thousands of years before the Arabs. These so-called Arabs were a mix and miscegenated people who originally were dark skinned, broad nose and kinky hair "Negroids"—you can still find these Afro-descendent Arabs in Yemen and Oman and living in the Desert of Saudi Arabia (the Saud family and the Wahhabi Muslims are imposters who stole and pushed the original African people off much of the Arabian Peninsula), but through race mixing the Arabs in which Saudi Arabia used to be geographically connected to the original continent of Africa (what Dr. Ben called Akebuland) was separated and geographically placed in the so-called Middle East (they were not Asiatics in the truest sense of ethnic-race classification, but Elijah Muhammad and Noble Drew Ali both called us the Asiatic black man). However, the Arabs did not destroy the mystery system most of this was done prior to their arrival in the late 600s-700s A.D. But like the European Christian missionaries the Islamic missionaries too had a devastating affect on the continent of Africa--North Africa, East and West Africa relative to plundering, raping and robbing which led to culture disruption and negatively affected political continuity. Their main objectives was also black slavery during the Trans-Sahara Slave Trade and imposing Islam (missionaries) on the indigenous people of that region and exploiting the commercial interest, they had in these black lands, which were rich in both in human and natural resources. Mansa Musa of Mali in 1324 made an Islamic Hajj to Mecca and took hundreds of thousands of tons of gold as a gift to the Arab Muslim ruling class. This gave the Muslim Arabs a glimpse into the wealth and riches that were part of the western African empire.

But Egypt had been under external assault by the Semites (Jews in particular) Phoenicians, Greeks, etc., (long before Arab colonist and enslavers arrived). Yet that is not to say, that upon the Arabs arrival that they did not desecrate the sacred temples and claim the history of Kemet as their own and simultaneously and erroneously claimed kinship to the original Nubians who occupied Kemet and all of North Africa. The great Pyramid of Giza and the pyramids in general, should be the eight and ninth wonders of the world (in my mind these sophisticated black people and their science should place them number one on the list based their high tech culture). Now, when I speak of Egypt lets be clear I do not mean some Mediterranean mulatto people who are light skinned with Caucasian features—these are imposters.

George G.M. James in his book titled, Stolen Legacy gives us the Egyptian Mystery Systems (he attributes the greatest esoteric, occult and Gnostic schools of thought as being indigenous to Egypt in which all of humanity owes a debt of gratitude). These neophytes that were taught in the Egyptian Mystery Schools could run circles around the Eurocentric trained Entered Apprentices, Fellow Crafts, and Master Masons who received the sublime degrees in Europe and the United States and even around us after moving upward to the honorary 33rd degree; they taught and understood that true knowledge is found in the unbreakable circle of 360 degrees Cipher (which makes up of all the points on the square and compass). The quest and search for knowledge is infinite (it has no beginning or ending). The beauty of being enlightened, it allows us as Free Thinkers to tap into the power of the Third Eye and ignite the power of Pineal Gland—and lead to a melanin explosion, which expands mental peripheral vision of thought, which to explore and question, as well as build on the knowledge and wisdom of our ancient ancestors, that has been presented as empirical evidence and I view their truth and knowledge as being irrefutable.

Fahim A. Knight-El Chief Researcher for KEEPING IT REAL THINK TANK located in Durham, NC; our mission is to inform African Americans and all people of goodwill, of the pending dangers that lie ahead; as well as decode the symbolism and reinterpreted the hidden meanings behind those who operate as invisible forces, but covertly rules the world. We are of the belief that an enlightened world will be better prepared to throw off the shackles of ignorance and not be willing participants for the slaughter. Our MOTTO is speaking truth to power. Fahim A. Knight-El can be reached at

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