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Teaching General Civilization

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Allah Team Radio every Thursday at 9pm EST

Allah Team radio with Host Self Justice this Thursday at 9 pm. Call-in Number: (646) 595-4289...Thursdays guest will True Islam (Dr. Wesley Muhammad PhD) we will also have 3 guest hosts! We will be discussing Dr. Wesley's upcoming lecture in Phi...lly and he will talk to us about "Banging on the Bangers: Exposing the Pseudo-Africentrists and their Pseudo-Histories" and more! TUNE IN!

Master Fard Muhammad and the War of Propaganda: Black God or Caucasian Drug Dealer

Dr. Wesley Muhammad PhD.(True Islam) will be in Philadelphia to end all the false accusations about Master Fard Muhammad. He will address all of the nay sayers. The lecture is titled "Master Fard Muhammad and the War of Propaganda: Black God or Caucasian Drug Dealer"

Dr. Wesley will provide facts to disprove the agents of lies. You do not want to miss this information packed event. ***Free Admission***Join us and bring someone with you on Sunday, October 4th at 11am

For more information call 215-228-6044 or email

Muhammad Mosque No. 12
2508 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19132

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Self Justice Allah of Allah Team interviewed in his office about his upcoming event in Trenton, NJ (August 15th) Parts 1-3

Self Justice Allah Interviewed in his office about his upcoming event in Trenton, NJ (August 15th) Parts 1-3

The Allah Team Presents: Self Justice Allah "Then what happened?" An interpretation and the changing of the Five Percent

Saturday- August 15, 2009 Donnelly Homes Community Center 875 New Willow Street, Trenton, NJ 08638

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Dr. Wesley Muhammad returns to Harlem on 7/19/09 to address: "Is Islam an Arab, slave making religion or an indigenous African religious culture?"

Was Islam created by Africans or A-rabs? Was Ancient Kemet religious or ’spiritual’?

On July 19, 2009 Dr Wesley Muhammad PhD will return to Harlem NY to address the raging controversy over the important question: Is Islam an Arab, slave-making religion or an indigenous African religious culture? Dr. Muhammad will address the following, among other topics:

• Ancient Black Arabia and its place within the ancient African GlobalCivilization, and the relevance of this to the origin of Islam
• The African Origin of Islam before the revelation of the Qur’an• The African roots of the original Ummah of Muslim community
• The Muslim invasion of Egypt
• Islam and Africa
• Muslim slave-raiding/trading in Africa and its relevance to the question:Is Islam an African religion?
• Is Allah a Black God or an Arab slave God?
• Was Ancient Kemet religious or spiritual?

And more


Coming Soon: Dr. Muhammad’s New Book


Thursday, July 9, 2009

The A Team 5% Series "Master W.F. Muhammad & the Birth of the NOI" Tonite 7/9 8pm EST

The A-Team launches the "Who is the 5%?" Radio Series. First show "Master W.F. Muhammad & the Birth of the Nation of Islam in the West" Tonight, July 9th, 8pm-10pm EST, Tune in!

Select members of the Allah Team and guests discuss the 79th anniversary of the coming of Master Fard Muhammad and the birth of the Nation of Islam in the West (founded July 4, 1930).

Date: July 9, 2009. Time: 8pm-10pm EST. Call-in Number: (646) 595-4289

5% Series: WF Muhammad & The Birth of the Nation of Islam

-The Significance of July 4th, 1930

-what happened?

-who came?

-what did he bring with him

-Master’s trials, early leadership and following

-Master’s choosing of a teacher

-students trials and history

-the rise of NOI

-NOI effect on






-NOI concept of MFM


-5% concept of MFM


-NOI effect on society in general

-bringing in of Islamic culture

-educational paradigm

-diet aspects

-shaping black identity

Thursday, June 18, 2009

A-Team Table Talks Pt. 2, Live Tonight (6/18) @8pm EST!

A-Team Table Talks Pt 2, Live Tonight @8pm EST!

Black By Popular Demand!

Tune in to A-Team Table Talks Part 2, Live This Thursday, June 18th, from 8pm-10pm EST!

The A-Team Table Talks Series:

Select members of Allah Team: Dr. Wesley Muhammad (True Islam), Wakeel Allah, Self Justice Allah, Understanding Allah, Sabakhan Allah, Almighty Sha'Allah and King Saviour God Allah discuss an array of topics concerning A-Team endeavors within the Afrocentric, Black Nationalists, Muslim, Nation of Islam, 5% and NGE communities and answers questions from their listening audience.

Date: Thursday, June 18Time: 8pm - 10pm EST

Call In#: (646) 595-4289 Call in with your questions!

Tune in Live at:

Thursday, June 4, 2009

A-Team Table Talks Live 7pm - 9pm tonite!

Tune in to A-Team Table Talks Live Tonite 7pm EST!

The A-Team Table Talks Series: Select members of Allah Team (Dr. Wesley Muhammad, Wakeel Allah, Self Justice Allah) speak about topics concerning their endeavors and answers frequently asked questions. Date: Thursday, June 4Time: 7pm - 9pm EST Tune in at:

Be Civilized! Teach Civilization! Remain Civilized! by Wakeel Allah


In reflecting on Allah's teachings, as I constantly do, I feel compelled to share some of my understanding on what it means to be "civilized."

This term that Allah fought so strongly to establish in our minds and hearts, is cliche nowadays in the cipher of us who associate ourselves as "5%."

An influential brother and Master Builder from the NGE called me the other day and spoke on the fact that many who come in the name of the Father Allah aren't actually "civilized" and this is why we see savage kind of behavior being exemplified by individuals who wear and claim the Universal Flag or the Father Allah and his teachings.

While I wholeheartedly agree with my brother and know that he as well as his many students are very civilized, I added my see to this subject.

What I conveyed is that many of us who claim "civilization" versus those in the cipher who are outrightly "uncivilized", must understand that yes we are civilized as it relates to the 17th and 18th degree, yet in still, if we who are "civilized" don't show and prove the 19th and 20th degree, then we are not qualified to even claim to be "civilized" ourselves.

So how is it that we can condemn some Gods behavior as "uncivilized" in the secrecy of our conversations, yet we don't speak a word to our brothers who are in gross manifest error as it relates to understanding our divine culture which calls us to our moral obligation and to the high point of CIVILIZATION?

When we witness these acts, I notice that individuals are "deafenly" silent, and choose not to correct the vile behavior of individuals who come in the name of ALLAH yet show ultimate disrespect for themselves, their brothers, and the women and the children, and totally contradict the righteous teachings found in our lessons?

So we who are "civilized" sit back and say to ourselves or in our inner circle in secret "Did you see that God? Man, he sure was savage, and I don't agree with him." "But you know, I'm not like him, man, he's "uncivilized."

Yet, they won't say a peep to correct the person's behavior.

And the lessons clearly say that you are obligated to speak truth to power, you are obligated to speak to correct your brother out of love to uphold the integrity and dignity of our people.
When Musa went to the caves to civilize the Devil, at night he slept inside a "ring of fire." This was because the savage was afraid of the fire, and the ring of fire kept Musa (which means Civilizer) safe from the advances of the savages, in order that he might live another day to enlighten and civilize the savage.

Well, when you live the 19th and 20th degree, you add on to what the 20th degree identifies as "The Nation of Islam." That means it is a Nation of "civil law and order". It's a Nation of "High Mathematics." It's Nation of a collective group of persons who have taken on the duty of the righteous and are committed to upholding that duty, whether it requires them to take life to spare the innocent, or to give their lives in fighting for Islam against the wrongdoers. It's a Nation "with the power of the Sun" that extends a ring of fire around the righteous, so that we may live to see the end of the devil's civilization through removing the devil of our planet.
When Allah in the person of Clarence 13X came from the Temple back out into the streets of Harlem, it hurt his heart to witness the condition of some of these young children. It hurt his heart that some didn't have the proper guidance and some were overlooked even by the Muslim community. He said something to his family, meaning he mentioned later to his wife, brothers, sister and his children also some of the Elders and Firstborns why he decided to take on his mission.

Do you know what he referred to?

He referred to the principles or laws of CIVILIZATION as found in Lost-Found Muslim Lesson No. 2.

This was a driving force behind his mission. These great codes of conduct propelled him to stand as a God (servant and Father) over the 5%ers for a period of time.

When Allah almost died after being shot in the basement in 1964, he laid in his hospital bed severely wounded from his gunshots. At the time, he had only shared the Student Enrollment with his few students. Yet, while laying in bed realizing he could be taken away from his 5%, he "skipped" them straight to the 17th thru 20th degree in the Lost-Found Muslim Lesson No. 2.
What was Allah saying while reinforcing this message with 4 Cipher Akbar and Abu Shahid, while at the same time revealing this lesson to Hebekah, Karriem, Al-Jabbar, Al-Salaam, Niheem and later ABG and others? More will be revealed on that.

Now today, some of us who never received or accepted this message, we are hustling backwards in this world that has turned the Black Man "inside out and upside down."

So not only do brothers fail to adhere to the 17th thru 20th degree, they openly do the opposite!

So when a man speaks up to live the law of civilization, those who are afraid to speak against injustice, opt to attack the servant that does the will of Allah instead of correcting their peers who are guilty of violating the Lessons.

This has become the accepted culture by many today. This is a trait of so-called Negroes who enjoin evil talk and shun positivity. This is not Allah's teachings, nor the teachings of Allah's Messenger, this is the teaching of Yakub and his made devil (to glorify or not speak AGAINST indecent behavior and conduct).

For Allah's teaching are revealed in Holy Quran, "the righteous enjoin good and forbid evil."
So, the next time somebody feels like talking evil against brothers who are living the prescribed laws of civilization, ask yourself (if you in fact believe you are civilized), ask yourself did you speak a word to warn your brothers who were outrightly demonstrating savage behavior "in the name of Allah"? Do this before you speak against the righteous people!
nd I know, many will attempt to use one's "religion" as a shield.

There are those who are quick to speak against Gods who teach civilization and use the fact they include the term Muslim (amongst many other terms) to identify themselves and this acknowledging of the term in the Lesson alone is enough to justify why they ought to be condemned. And they say also that if you identify with the term in the Lesson then you can't be "with the Father."

It reminds me of in the New Testament when the wicked came to persecute Jesus (Prophet Isa). Check out how Jesus handled that below:

30 [Jesus talking] "I and [my] Father are one."

31 Then the Jews took up stones again to stone him.

32 Jesus answered them, Many good works have I shewed you from my Father; for which of those works do ye stone me?

33 The Jews answered him, saying, For a good work we stone thee not; but for blasphemy; and because that thou, being a man, makest thyself God.

You see, the wrongdoers and hypocrites knew they couldn't justify condemning the righteous man for his works (although they desired to stop him from civilizing the people), so they concocted their "religious" argument. They were much more interested and what the man called himself, rather than interested in what good he contributed to society.

But check Isa out...Isa (Jesus) who knew his lessons (scripture) of that day, looked at the religious hypocrites and quoted the lesson showing and proving that he was right and exact and it was their ignorance in the name of religion that blinded them to the actual fact revealed in their own Lessons:

34 Jesus answered them, Is it not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods?

35 If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came, and the scripture cannot be broken;

So it is the same with a righteous Gods today. When a hypocrite condemns you not for your righteous act, but for a term that is found in the lessons, just quote the Lesson that proves you are right and exact and "keep it moving" as the hypocrites will "wail and gnash their teeth."
You see, the religious the worst hypocrite!

Keep teaching and showing and proving Allah Mathematics through your wisdom, power and culture.

Oh, "a man is justified through his wisdom (ways and actions)."

The Messenger said he "keeps one ear on what a man says and the other ear on where that man fits in the Quran [lessons]."

I say that to say classify or categorize an individual on whether or not he is 5%, 10% or 85% by assessing his wisdom or lack thereof (words, ways and actions).
Then you are justified to deal with him accordingly. And understand that when evil takes place in front of "the civilized" and they don't speak a word to correct their behavior of the brother in error, then they are telling you who they are.

But for those who speak to help their brothers correct their ways for the betterment of themselves and their communities....welcome to the righteous Nation (of Islam), and yes, this means the Gods and Earths and all righteous people in the Universe who adhere and complete the 20th degree through their deeds.

Love and Respect,

Your Brother in Islam,
Wakeel Allah

Monday, March 16, 2009

Book review of "In the Name of Allah Volume 2" by Lord King Saviour Allah

Peace Family,

Here is a book review of In the Name of Allah Volume 2

In the name of Allah the History of Clarence 13X and the Five Percenters Vol. 2 is the follow up of the much anticipated In the Name of Allah the History of Clarence 13X and the Five Percenters Vol. 1. Volume 2 takes you into the life of Father Allah (Clarence 13X) through the eyes of his family, friends, peers, and those that walked and mentored under the man known as Allah in the streets of Harlem, NY. Many of Wakeel Allah’s critics have asked “What could be so different in this book from Volume 1?” I asked the same question to myself being that Volume 1 was a well-put together history of the Five Percent Nation. Surprisingly and highly impressed, Wakeel Allah answered with the details of all that the Father went through as well as the how his life connected to Malcolm X, Yusef Shah, and Minister Louis Farrakhan in the dark time of the assassinations of JFK, Martin Luther King, as well as Malcolm X.

Wakeel has put together numerous interviews with Mother Dora, Sis. Wileen, A Allah, Imam Rasul (Hebeka), Abu Shahid, Allah B, and others to take the reader on a journey with Father Allah during an unstable Black America in the City that never sleeps. Where Volume 1 was more of an Anthology of the Five Percent Nation of Gods and Earths, Volume 2 is more of an Autobiography of the Father. This book was a non-stop read for me, and it kept my interest throughout the entire book.

Father Allah was a very interesting and misunderstood man. His methods were very uneasy to some, yet very wise. Many may not agree with Father Allah’s methods, but what we do know is that he attracted a mis-guided and fatherless youth and gave them direction and a purpose. So much so that it caught the attention of the five boroughs that make up the Island that we know as New York City.

Volume 2 also details the influence that the Five Percent Nation had not only on the City of New York, but also how the Gods started Hip Hop and their introduction into the world of R&B and Funk of the 70s. No doubt about it, you can tell the man by his works. Reading this book shows the level of love that Father Allah had not only for the youth, but black people in general.

In reading this book I can see not only the love Father Allah had for his Five Percenters, but also the love Wakeel Allah has for the Father.

I highly recommend Volume 2. If you haven’t read Volume 1 then you would be doing your self a disservice because they go hand and hand. Much respect to Wakeel Allah and the work that he produced in such a beautiful book that made me very grateful of the man we know as Father Allah.

Lord King Saviour Allah

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Today in Philadelphia, PA (Kevin Powell, Black Male Handbook) entry from Understanding Allah

11. Knowledge KnowledgePeace

In The Name of Allah, on this great and glorious day of Knowledge Knowledge all being born to Wisdom.

At bottom is information on a free build today at the Black Museum in Philadelphia with Author/Activist Kevin Powell on The Black Male, Black Male Mentorship and Involvement and his latest tome ’The Black Male Handbook’.

I just wanted to add on, I have a great appreciation for this brother for the cause that when he came of age through the 5% he took the service aspect to heart and even when blessed to get that "15 minutes of fame" (Real World Season One) that this society promises, he did not squander it, on trying to become the next "i’ll do anything for a dollar" entertainer. In fact he reminds me very much of many of the brothers from my generation that was heavily affected by the 5%er’s and Black conciousness in the mid-late 80’s and cussping early 1990’s. He took the principles as he saw them and have continued to advocate for Black people and even more importantly for the under/mis represented, Black Male as his ownself in his own skin and not a caricature of this society.

As he was a top candidate for congress in 2008, he often cited in his message directed at youth about the role the 5% Nation played not only in his development but in the very changing of Christian Identity as well regarding Black conciousness, the shunning of pork, etc... It’s mad peace to see this brother doing his thing on the real. I knowledge the God who brought him into the 5%, who is also very much involved in the development of some of our most disenfranchised young Black Men in the State of New Jersey. So may, be something about that "Tree" science?! Birds of a feather... Also is i just respect anyone who is striving to see the bigger picture and work for the greater good. We got a whole generation of brothers like this that often are over shadowed in an era of using nostalgia to fake real, and all this individualism, materialism, sexism that’s eating our babies up like gangrene.

I also posted a link to a review and interview on Kevin Powell’s latest book with the brother speaking candidly on racism in publishing and the Black Male Image, from Black Voices.

Kevin Powell Empowering Through New Book

Pardon the lateness in posting this event, however I was just put on this past night. (Info at bottom)


Leaving as I came with the science of civilization,PEACE!
your brother in ISLAM,understanding Allah, In The Name of Allah

Wednesday, February 11, 2009 ~ 6 to 8 p.m.Books & Authors: Kevin PowellThe Black Male Handbook: A Blueprint for Life

This is the book Black males (and Black females who care about Black men and boys) have been waiting for. From writer, activist and 2008 Democratic Congressional candidate, Kevin Powell, comes a must-read LIFE SKILLS BOOK for Black boys and men to redefine their manhood for the greater good of themselves, their communities and the world.

Free Admission

African American Museum in Philadelphia
701 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Phone: (215) 574-0380
Fax: (215) 574-3110

"Community Garden Resources" by Understanding Allah

Peace In The Name of Allah

.....additional information....

Community Gardening info

Sustainable Agriculture -urban/suburban

Growing Power. - This (below) is a full service urban farm that has a detailed training program to build your own urban farm and urban farm project. This is founded and ran by a Black Man, Will Allen, a former University of Miami athlete who felt that everyone has the right to healthy food. I had previously posted a video of his works months earlier. You can send away for a free packet with information on everything from how to build/construction to how fund the project in your area.

Cornell (University) Cooperative Extension. This (below) is probably the best single site for all things horticulturally related, from Soil Science, Insect Science, Pesticide knowledge, Fertilizers (natural, synthetic), Toxins, Agriculture, Viticulture, invasive, toxic, noxious, weeds, composting.... and on and on in great detail to whatever scientific minutia one would like to get to, down to the very last "botanical compound"

Also... Rutgers (University) Cooperative Extension is a great resource.


Muhammad Farms

Also is... In light of this political idea and this very needed idea of a "Green Economy." What is a Green Economy? And what does that mean for you and I regarding the way we live our lives as we rise out of a Corruption Based or "Pyramid Scheme" Economy... see...

In all actuality there are many great resources. These above are quite comprehensive. Bottom line is it’s really just about doing it. It’s not glamorous, and it takes more work and focused attention than most people think, but the rewards and knowledge/understanding gained is priceless. That’s why most don’t deal with it. The garden is like a world and the gardener is like the God. For the cause the gardener is he or her who is the Creator of Order, where chaos once existed or appeared.

The fundamentals is, if you have something growing on that piece of land, whether it’s grass, or weeds that’s all you need to know that food will grow. One should do the knowledge to what Gardening Zone in which one is in for the best results in purchasing seeds and plants that will be hardy in your local area. I’ll leave the spiritual side out of this build (smile).

In parting i would just like to reiterate that...
"the earth belongs to the original black man."
"The Orignal man is the God and Owner of the earth, and knows every square inch of it."

So know that this is Our creation to either Build or Destroy, and most of our physical beings have just a short little window in the scope of Time to manifest and add on, so let us be ourselves the Original Man/Woman and as ALLAH preserve the best part of what we make, and discard the poor part and be a people who are "waste free."

Leaving as I came with the science of civilization, PEACE!
your brother in ISLAM
understanding Allah, In The Name of Allah

Friday, February 6, 2009

Muslim and the Five Pillars of Islam

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful


Muslim means one who submits their will to Allah.  Submission is responsibility and duty. Responsibility is the ability to respond and take charge of a said task. Once someone takes charge of a task one may ask, “Who is responsible?”  Those seeking power of titles and namesake are usually the ones first to say, “I am!” Yet it is those same people that back peddle or shun responsibility because they do not want the discipline of the responsibility. This is why we must look at the title Muslim and the Five Pillars of Islam.


As said before, Muslim means one who submits their will to Allah. What does will mean? And who is Allah? Those are the most important questions in order to understand the title Muslim. In the book Closing the Gap the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan answers a question from Bro. Jabril Muhammad about the significance of the six written Lessons.  The Honorable Minister Farrakhan states, “If we start with the study of the answers given by one born to meet the Questioner, born to see and know the Questioner, then his answers have to be the basis of our beginning study of the course that would not just make us Muslims, in the common understanding of the meaning of Muslim, but make us into Gods, the very uncommon understanding of being a Muslim.” Muslim is also one willing to submit themselves in order to learn to become a master in their course of study. Without submitting or committing yourself to the course of study then one will never learn to be a Master.  This is the greatest part of the title Muslim, to be a disciplined student in order to elevate the self in stages and degrees to ultimately becoming Master or Allah (God). The parts of this course are the basic principles or pillars of Islam.


Allah means The God. Allah is the master and sole controller of the universe. Allah is also the Asiatic black man. Allah is the highest form of energy that exists in all things. Allah is the source of all power. The black man is the greatest vessel for this source of energy making him The God or Allah the best knower and Lord of all of the worlds. It is the righteous individual that can properly navigate this power. This is why we say that the black man is God. From all things, come from Him. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad says in Our Saviour Has Arrived, “All Muslims are Allahs. But there is one Supreme Allah and He has His own name, Master Fard Muhammad.” Master Fard Muhammad was the Questioner and the Honorable Elijah Muhammad was the one answering the questions. It is these questions and answers that are the core teachings of 120 Lessons, which include Supreme Mathematics and the Supreme Alphabet that the Father gave us.


The Five Pillars of Islam are to bear witness that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger, Prayer, fasting, zakat or charity, and Hajj. These pillars are important because it lays the base for the Muslim into perfect guidance and discipline to become a master. Pillars are poles that up hold a foundation of something, which is why principles are synonymous to, pillars in the Islamic world. Principles are a settled law or rule of action, especially to right action; a law of nature as illustrated in the mechanical powers. By having and applying these laws or principles then it is limitless to what man’s greatest potential will be.


By knowing who Allah is and His messenger then you can begin the study of all things in existence. Without those two things then none of us would have what we call knowledge of self. It is these two men, Master Fard Muhammad and the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad that laid the base to who Allah is and who the Messenger is and how this course makes us into Gods.


Prayer is a divine or pure form of meditation that makes the mind focused on the power within to achieve all things that the Supreme Being (Self) desires. With all the distractions in the world it is hard for many to be and maintain focus in order to not become part of this world. The 37th degree in the 1-40 of the 120 lessons ask the question “Tell us what the devil teaches the eighty five percent? That the God is a righteous and unseen Being-exists everywhere? Ans. Allah is the God in the Earth and in the heavens above, and is Just and True, and there is no unrighteousness in Him. But is not unseen. Is seen and is heard everywhere-for He is the All-Eye-Seeing.” It is the distractions and the temptations of this world that makes the righteous weak and indulges in the ways of the savages. Being the God in the Earth is to be the greatest in the land and in society. Being the God in the heavens above is to always think on the highest plane of the self.  Constantly conditioning the self to be righteous, the nature of the black man and woman.


Fasting is to abstain from food for an unusual amount of time. It is this discipline that causes the mind and body to be focused and clean. The more we eat the faster we will go to the grave. It is also what you eat that matters as well. Eating is also to ingest by what you eat physically and what you eat mentally which is called reading or studying. The diet is essential to the Muslim in order to reach the higher plane and be able to discipline his or herself to greatness. The body does not need to eat 2 or 3 times a day. It needs enough nourishment to sustain itself until it truly calls for food again. It is more mental discipline than physical. Fasting also keeps you from being overpowered by debt and the oppression of men. If you are disciplined in your stomach then you should also be disciplined in not spending a lot of money in fat foods, intoxicants, and games of chance. It also strengthens the will to do for the community rather than you always thinking and doing something for just yourself. Which goes into the next principle zakat.


Zakat or charity is to sacrifice wealth, time, food, or self to help those in need. Our charity is deeds and it strengthens the community to become the greatest force in existence. What you put in truly determines what you get back.


Hajj or the Pilgrimage is the journey of one’s self. You have the ritualistic Hajj in which the Muslim travels to Mecca and goes on a physical and spiritual (energized) journey to strengthen the self and you also have a Hajj that you deal with on a daily basis if you are dealing with knowledge of self. In this teaching Hajj is also a constant journey that the Muslim disciplines him or herself in order to correct the weak characteristics or abilities. To become the perfect man and woman. It is your mere journey of learning in this life that we live.


The Five Pillars of Islam is not a religious thing; it is the law in which the righteous uses in order to obtain the Godhood. It is our birth right as well as it is the ability to be the example for our people and the world.


The Muslim is the greatest example. The Muslim is well disciplined, courteous, respectful, upright, moral, honest, clean, and has integrity. Father Allah taught us the the Honorable Elijah Muhammad was the 1st Muslim meaning that he was the one disciplined and became the perfect student of Master Fard Muhammad. Is that such a bad thing? I would have to say “NO” because he was free of excuses and truly ignored the slave master showing and proving that he could be independent and not dependent on the Caucasian. He showed that we did not need our former slave master in order to be a free and a respected people on earth.




Lord King Saviour Allah

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2009! ...and other info. By Understanding Allah

4. Culture/Freedom!

PEACE IN THE NAME OF ALLAH to the Universal Family on this great and glorious day of Culture/Freedom! Greeting you all in postitivity and light! Below I posted some relevant information/links on not only National Black HIV/AIDS Day 2009 (FEB. 7TH). Also some statistics on Blacks and HIV/AIDS as well as a blog and site of one of our young Black Sisters who wrote a bestselling book about life before AIDS and life with AIDS.

I knowledge in the knowledge of self cipher that there are many takes on HIV/AIDS and its history or reality. Never the less, our people suffer in not having a high quality of life in many ciphers and most definitely in realm of health. The majority of our people lack proper knowledge of all things. And our false pride many times keep us from acting upon that which we know is best for us. These masses (85%) is the people that the 5% serve. So it is incumbent to provide the information that is useful to add on to life and to give life to those who are not in such a fortunate position as those who have the knowledge and even greater those who actually apply the knowledge of self with wisdom. Real talk we are people who are experimented on, on the daily in various realms of a society that is truly a human condition experiment. Only the righteous are they who do not fall victim to the devil’s civilization. And that’s a small number. The masses of us live in areas condensed with each other not by our own choice but rather by other circumstances, and thus are placed in areas that the environment (on every level of that word) is hazardous to our health(in every sense of that word).

I knowledge that there are many resources however here are a few, and some supplemental information.

Before you check out the links below I would just like to add on with the positive mindset that we carry out our lives in a manner that is wise and we strive to be dignified examples for our people who are victimized and destroyed so much so on the basis of a great lack of knowledge, a lack of dignity and a collective low self esteem, that wraps itself up in false pride, and haughtiness. Let us be proud in the way of being desirous to be of a righteous independent and knowledgeable pride. When we move beyond the discussion of each others lives which is a supremely high level of low level thinking (yes that is an ironical oxymoron) and transcend into the discussion of ideas and then even the higher ideal of acting upon those ideas, then I am sure that that which we manifest will be the reporting on that Which WE DO. Which is really all that we are. Whatever you do that b you. Gods living as Gods. The Black Man is God, no matter what. A maker, an owner, an All Wise God, of which man of our people just don’t know it yet to begin to extract it out, and produce SELF, the best part.

Our people; Gods. And yet we think and talk and live so cheaply and we die so cheaply and quickly when it is truly preventative. Strive for the Higher Ideal. The Bigger Picture. How we view each other??? Well you know, mind make matter, so that’s really how we see/cee one another. If we don’t see each other as God then the thought will descend into a lower ideal which is what we treat each other as. Being compassionate don’t make you soft, that make you God. Being just and true don’t make you weak, it makes you strong. Righteousness is like a drug. The more right one do the more fear reduce itself from the psyche. Fear produces insulation, and since it is based on lack of knowledge and wrong doing it only produce more fear. Allah is Righteous, Allah Is Fearless, Allah Is Strong!

To help others is to help self. To help self lies in the helping of others.

If You’re Weak
Get Strong,
Get Right
Not Wrong!

Leaving as I came, with the science of civilization,
your brother in ISLAM.
understanding God Allah, In The Name of Allah

The Center for Disease Control statistics page (in alphabetical order)

Blacks and HIV

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day events/schedule (by state)/(click on state)

THE BODY -Complete HIV/AIDS resource center

Sister "Marvelous" Marvelyn Brown. -Author and Emmy Award Winning International AIDS Activist.


Peace Gods and Earths,

A recent question in regards to some of my ways and actions or intent as it relates to my work was posed to me by one of the brothers. The basis was centered around whether or not my work was divisive in a sense and for me to clarify my purpose for my work. The line of questioning appeared to suggest that there existed conventional wisdom out there from the Father that appeared to contradict some of my findings, evidence or belief. So I responded below and made it into a blog for this cipher.


I’m doing the work of my Father. So what I know, comes from Allah. I’m not necessarily concerned with any of the religious terms that divide the cipher. I’ll let the religious man fight and argue over that.

Anyway, something you said, reminds me of something one of Allah’s Gods said to me the other day. He said be careful about what you hear people saying about the Father who never knew the Father or even those who knew him. He said it is impossible for one to believe that they knew everything the Father taught. I said "Add on." He then said, "Think about it. Do you remember everything you ever said or ever taught somebody in your lifetime?" I thought about it and I said no. He said, "Well how in the hell is somebody going to claim that they knew everything the Father said or taught when they can’t even remember their own words spoken in their lifetime!" We both laughed loud as hell. Because it’s the truth and that was a good one. [not implying that you implied you knew everything the Father taught but it reminded me of the conversation]

So I’m saying that to say, well maybe you heard the Father say he wasn’t a Muslim; or maybe you have it where he never taught it or maybe you might think he was against the Muslims..whatever your perspective might be... But he told different people different things and revealed to them what he needed to reveal to them that would benefit them for that time. This I have learned was his style.

Allah used to sometimes tell people when they had a meeting; he’d say, "If they aren’t here, then don’t go get them." And this shocked some because they might be thinking "Justice is right across the street" "Shahid is right there next door" "Hebekah and Messiah are coming down the street" "There goes your sons A-Allah and B-Allah" "Here comes Barry and the Mayor Allah"....Regardless of who was there or who wasn’t there Allah would say "If they aren’t here, then don’t go get them!" "This message is just for y’all that are here right now!"

At the same time, one couldn’t walk away from a meeting with Allah and then reveal to all who weren’t there what Allah specifically instructed for them to do. Or otherwise they would have been at the meeting.

So imagine you seeing your man in a meeting with Allah and your other peers. Then afterwards, you ask your man what happened in the meeting. Then he says, "Well, it was just a few of us discussing some things, that’s all."

That would be a helluva test or a trial on someone. Some would become suspicious, others might respect the confidentality, some would get jealous. This kind of situation would evoke reactions in certain people.

So I can only do what was revealed to me by those Allah left behind for me to reveal to me or confirm to me what I am doing. So I have my instructions and assignment and live it out according to my knowledge, wisdom and understanding. Others have theirs.

So I hope you understand.

Now, a person can do this. They can watch the person to see what they are going to do and then they can process it with their intelligence to determine if what they are doing is of benefit to people or not.

There are those who are teaching that Allah is the 13th man, therefore he "is not on the clock." As the clock only goes to knowledge and wisdom.

If this is true, and if a person is doing the work of Allah as revealed to them, then they are moving within Allah’s Wisdom of Knowledge and Understanding. If that’s the case, then don’t look for them to be on the clock either.

In other words, they might do things never seen before or what appears to be unconventional wisdom or unpopular or defy the status quo. In that sense, they become exceptional.

To me, this is the best way to answer your litany of questions.

And that’s peace.


Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Sounds of Blackness by Wakeel Allah


Over the past few years I have heard NGE brothers argue over the slogan "We are not Pro-Black or anti-white." As a 5%, I've heard the slogan before over the years but it never really caused any arguments as it apparently was understood in its proper context. Actually, Allah didn't say it too much different from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad when you really understand it. However, nowadays, it is almost as if Allah has been reduced to a slogan and the body of revelation (Lessons) and the proper understanding of this revelation are being pushed to the side.

The other day I was building with one of my brothers from Allah's Paradise (Asbury Park, NJ) and he mentioned that the Gods in Power Force (Plainfield, NJ, where I'm from) were always on that "Pro-Black" thing. I laughed! "Wasn't y'all too?" To my surprise he said they weren't; which could be true because knowledge was in Allah's Paradise before it got to Power Force. And we (the Power Force) got the message we were supposed to get, and Allah's Paradise probably got the message they were supposed to get.

When I came into the 5% Nation in the early 80s, I came into a state of mind of the 5% Nation that was unapologetically Black and Pro-Black. I mean, even Puerto Ricans was having a hard time. Especially then, because where I was at, the Puerto Ricans didn't fully assimilate yet. They were still riding in small cars with loud speakers pumping Spanish music and English was still a 2nd language to many of them. They weren't listening to Hip Hop like you see today. At that time, we had a little West Side story situation where Puerto Ricans were fighting the Brothers and the main ones fighting the Puerto Ricans was "the 5% Nation." Some of the vivid memories in my mind is seeing a Puerto Rican brother get hit dead in the face and head hitting the back of an open locker. It was nothing nice. The neighborhood moms warned us "watch out for the Puerto Ricans because they'll cut you!" And I hand it to them, they would stand up and fight although they were outnumbered.

Of course, this was in PLFD and we were a dominant Black city pretty much rooted in Black Power (like Newark). The sisters had on "New Edition" buttons and the Puerto Rican sisters had on "Menudo" buttons. Anyway, afterwards, the Puerto Ricans started getting down. The shades of Puerto Ricans became known as "Baby Cream." Laugh, if you want, I laugh about it now. The first ones I remember who got down were Self Born and Sindu (who were physical brothers). Sindu was one year older than me and was a young talented boxer and this beautiful magnificent talented brother later overdosed on drugs. He was the first God I personally knew who ODed but he wasn't the last (even one of our sisters ODed) (the death of our young and our people is another reason why we must fight drugs today). Self Born became a powerful God and even did a short stint in the Temple; and later we all succumbed to drugs in one form or another (every sect in Islam, basically all religions, drugs didn't discriminate). Either you did it or you sold it, or you did both. Some refrained from it altogether. They were the exception. I'm not stating any secrets as these are all a matter of public record that added to the perception and reality at the time.

Back to being Pro-Black, in fact, that's what attracted me to the 5% Nation of Islam. It was it's no nonsense style of militancy and its unapologetic stance for being Black. Some in the NGE teach that the white man is God. But I know that would have never attracted me to Islam at that time. It doesn’t attact me now. Nor would have the teaching “We aren’t Pro-Black or anti-white.” Because prior to the 5% I was part of a “social club” that was pro-Black at its core and one pastime was fighting Caucasians in neighboring towns. This wasn’t too long after the Atlanta Child Murders and whites were pretty bold. I won’t go into details, but a few battles went down. So when I heard the two main cardinal principles of the 5% Nation, I remember that struck me and all the other Gods… (1) "The Black Man is God!" and (2) "The White Man is the Devil!" That was it. That's all you had to say and the rest took care of itself. Many of us had just left the gang culture only a couple of years before the Gods started hitting real hard (from what I remember). And I don't want to take anything from many of these master teachers of Islam because we were taught plenty of other things of Islam that made us a proud people and we were being taught the right things according to our knowledge. But the majority of us were very young. We didn't have older Gods amongst us (except a couple that was in their low 20's). So the militant unity left over from the youth street organizations was still present and for a while it stayed with us but in '85 is when the crack hit and the wars began.

It was right around the time Farrakhan spoke at Madison Square Garden. We hated New York’s Mayor Ed Koch. To my cipher (Power Force), Mayor Koch was a Devil, and David Dinkins (who was the borough president of Manhattan) was an Uncle Tom. I think all of Black New York had to dislike them both, if not hate them. Plus this was just on the tail end of “a devil” named Bernard Geotz who had shot some young brothers on the subway. He claimed he thought they were going to rob him, so he shot them for preventive measures. Something like that. Then you had this vigilante group called the Guardian Angels. They were a motley crew of Black, white and Puerto Ricans who patrolled the streets of New York wearing green pants, a white t-shirt with a Guardian Angels emblem on it and they sported these red berets…and they were led by a “Devil.” So they were hated by both Black and I’m assuming by Hispanic youth, too. They were a very gaudy bunch and kind of looked like the Shabba Doo types from that movie Breakin’.

Anyway, I remember a few days later, the Gods in my neighborhood we all watched the Farrakhan speech together again on Gil Noble "Like it Is." It probably was that Sunday because when Farrakhan spoke at the Garden it was on a school night. So I think we watched it again on Sunday. We were all hyped as hell. I remember my older Brother Jamil Ali Quan Allah disrupting our small celebration after the lecture... "There was one thing about his build that was not right and exact!" We all looked at Jamil like "what the hell was wrong about anything he said?" Jamil said, "He referred to himself as a BOY, a boy is one "born into the cipher without knowing why." I mean Jamil had a point, but he shouldn't have interrupted our love/hate fest (depending on your perspective). But everybody agreed with him. But then again "the Nation of Islam is all wise and does everything right and exact" so based on that maybe he was in his right.

But Farrakhan had a made a point at the Garden that I never heard before. He called out to "his brothers and sisters of the 5% Nation" and there was a mighty roar in the Garden. Farrakhan was like the character Cyrus in the warrior movie and the Gods looked like we were "The Riffs." Young, ready and able soldiers with a great degree of intelligence and dedication. Anyhow, the Minister told us to notice our lessons, and he started to break down the 14th, 15th and 16th degree…"Notice in these lessons that it doesn't mention anything about color..." And I didn't have the lesson or know it to dispute it otherwise; I wasn't on that lesson yet. But right off the bat, from the affirmations coming from all the other Gods who knew the degree; obviously what the Minister said was true. Not that he was suspect to be questioned in the first place. This was just natural for Gods to seek perfection. To be honest, I didn't give it much thought...the Minister was just sciencing up the Lesson as far as I knew and he had this imposing presence that gave him the heir of some kind of king or wise ruler or a general. He was surrounded by some MGT sisters dressed in all white with red trimmings on their uniforms and Farrakhan had on a black slender tailor cut suit with a red bowtie and was wearing some round spectacles that sat on his glowing face and his waves (on his head) were shining like all the other Muslims we knew. And to fill the Madison Square Garden plus the Felt Forum across the street was a miracle and was "unheard of." Because that was the first time I think Farrakhan spoke in a large coliseum in New York since the "2nd resurrection." Not only Farrakhan, but any Black leader period. Besides that, Mayor Ed Koch and David Dinkins and any other politician or uncle tom was on the news blasting away against Farrakhan calling him "divisive, an anti-semite and a hate teacher.." This really attracted me and probably every Black person that heard it. They were even calling him a "Black Hitler." Min. Akbar Muhammad who was one of his spokespersons at the time defended Farrakhan on the news against the Hitler remark. And when Farrakhan got the chance to address it at the Garden he "hit it out the park." But regardless of what he said, he did somewhat resemble a Black version of Hitler only as it related to the type of organizing skills and the specific message he had for a specific people and overflowing crowd of thousands of Black people. BUT....another thing he said during the speech when he referred to himself as "this little BOY"...he added "And this little Black your last chance too Jews!" The roof damn near came off the building. BUT...this was another hint…that this message of ours was for more than just the Black Man but he even extended word to “the Jews.”

But anyway, back in those days, I don't think I ever recall a time where I met an apologetic Five Percenter when it came to "being down for the Black Nation." I'm probably doing a bad job in describing how thick the atmosphere was with those two principles: The Black Man is God and the white man is the Devil. It was ingrained in the culture to the point where one would "grab the mic" and before reciting his rhyme would say "One for the Bass, Two for the Treble, the Black Man is God, and the white man is the devil!" It's like that y'all, like that y'all, you don't stop, keep on. It was like that. And this was totally acceptable and appropriate behavior for the cipher. And at the time, it was music to my young ears. The teachings (or so I thought) of the 5% Nation was (to be proverbial) our "religion." Although we dared not say that, we taught as we were told "this is a culture." Meaning it was just as essential to you as breathing. If the 5% Nation was a religion, it was more validated and authenticated as any religion there ever could have been. No question. This was it. When you walked down the hallway and asked somebody was they righteous…that meant were you a 5% and/or Muslim. But it really meant if you were a 5% the majority of the time.

In my high school, we had cartoons floating around that demonstrated (the white man was the devil). Some of them were from Old Muhammad Speaks Newspapers, others even from the Final Call. In any sense, they were clever cartoons and many were drawn by NOI cartoonist Eugene Majied (if I remember correctly) and it was a couple of other cartoonist names I don't remember at this moment. We even had our own talented artists that drew cartoons to illustrate the dastardly deeds of "the devils." I remember Logical passed me his drawing in Mr. Windham's class and it was a picture of a white devil with an Uncle Sam hat and he had a tail! His face almost looked like a gargoyle. He had that President Bush type face. Then you also had regal pictures or drawings of the Black Man being very industrious which again came from the same newspapers or artists (except the ones drawn by Gods in class or lunch). It's strange, but I never recall seeing any cartoons of the Father Allah. You had little ones depicting the Messenger but I never saw one of the Father until a little later I saw a drawing of the bust of his head but it was very life-like. Not many images were made of the Father like that, that I can recall.

The first time I recall ever realizing that a God had sympathy for a devil was ironically in the middle of almost beating one to death. The Gods travelled to a club in a nearby town that had a "mixed" crowd. Of course, seeing a speckle of whites delighted us because we knew we had a target. (Just remember, Atlanta Child Murders and you can choose damn near any incident in New York where Black Men were killed by whites). So we had plenty of reason. I still remember the white boy jumping on the hood of a slowly moving car then he jumped on the roof of it before slipping to his certain doom and the Gods from Power Force (PLFD) and a couple of Gods from "Now Born" (New Brunswick) "started serving him justice."

Anyhow, there is a God from Power Force (I won't cite his name) because I don’t know if he would be peace with it. He's over 300 lbs today even today so you can imagine what his big form looked like to 15 and 16 year olds, as he was probably 20 or 21 at the time and he was a solid 300 then. Anyway "The BIG GOD" started throwing Gods off the white boy and he pushed me too. He was enraged about what we were doing (and it was quite a few of us). But nobody in their right mind was going to challenge the Big God, and now that I think about it, he was the only one in his right mind that night. Because we were probably close to killing this "devil" and if that would have happened, we all were sure to go to jail and spend a long time there. A few of my peers are still locked up for other situations. So judging upon them, I know what would have waited for all of us who if not for the intervention of our brother, could have easily had the same fate. One of our brothers was actually sent to prison for murdering "a devil" and it doesn't seem like he is ever going to get out. We're talking over 24 years ago. At the same time, some devils caught one of ours, and murdered him with a baseball bat. So trust me, it went both ways. This was war and a fight for survival.

Oh, before I go, let me add this. Would you believe at first got to my high school that we had a “devil” for a Principal? Over an all Black school? That wasn’t going to fly! And the Gods had literally taken over in numbers as far as popularity at PLFD High. So the “devil” resigned. And they made a big deal about it and shipped us in a new Principal Dr. Stanley Mayo from Boys & Girls High School in Brooklyn (Medina). He was selected because of his experience in dealing with the 5% Nation at that high school. And Mr. Mayo was mad cool! He allowed some students to create a graffiti mural in the cafeteria that read “Success.” He then allowed for the hanging of famous Black portraits all over the high school. Right outside his office in the hallway was the giant picture of Malcolm X with his hand and finger pointing at his temple and there showed off his beautiful Star and Crescent ring. The Gods loved that. Plus, he did away with the official ban that Gods could not wear their crowns. He damn near became an honorary God for that (although this rule didn’t stick). Then our Principal had an assembly meeting with all of the students in the auditorium. And he heard everybody’s concerns. I comically remember the God Born (who previously was a Jehovah Witness) had stood up during the assembly and criticized the security and police that patrolled our school…he said “some devils came down…but the Gods took care of it!” He was serious, yet he was comical with it at the same time. After the assembly, Detective Buffalo said to some of us standing there, “Take that A from Allah, and make into an A in English. Take that A from Allah and make it an A in Science. Take that A from Allah and make it into an A in Mathematics.”

So the young Gods had a pretty good support staff, and probably that’s what we needed. I heard the Minister say one of the most important things is “Right Guidance.”

As I grew older, I grew to understand the concept of “Devil vs Satan.” And I matured a lot.

And I understand that the foundation is the same. I understand that you are to go through different systems while remaining the same.

It is wise to understand the proper context of “We are not Pro-Black or anti-white.”
That was said in 1968. We shouldn’t have to defend ourselves on this point. The Hon. Elijah Muhammad or Min. Farrakhan never held their tongues and they aren’t forced to come out and make this statement because their history or ways and actions have shown and proven they were righteous. It’s best to let our actions speak for themselves. That’s what counts.


Monday, February 2, 2009

Jer'i Allah (Jay Electronica) and Erykah Badu give birth to Daughter

Peace and Congrats to our beloved brother Jer’i Allah and his wife Erykah Badu on the birth of their daughter!

All praises are due to Allah. Allah is the God.

The God did it right and exact. I’m sure he was sweating bullets. lol

And that's peace!

May Allah bless the fam!


The Report to the Nation (Re: Allah School In Mecca)

[Below is an announcement that was sent out by Lord Born Justice concerning the proper knowledge of the affairs of Allah School In Mecca]


I greet you all in our Fathers name

We would like to let you know that a lot of misunderstanding on some things that was said at the Dec Parliament was taken out of context so let US set the record straight

1) YES we have meetings to build on the development of our land.

2) NO we are not destroying Allah school in Mecca nor are we leveling it to the ground as some of you were lead to believe what we are doing is building on idea's to DEVELOP THE ALLAH STREET ACADEMY not to tear it down, we can build over it, we can build around it we can extend it WE will not be DESTROYING IT

3) as some of you may know by now that there is a new building on the Conner of 127th and 7th ave next to our land (school) and we leased out 20ft X 5 ft to the construction company for a fee ( come to the parliament for knowledge of cash amount) no this that we did get our money based on the said agreement now more money is owed to us do to late fee's that has entailed from that agreement and rest assure that we will get that as well and we have our 20ft ft X 5 ft back with a NEW fence around the Allah's Garden area.

4) All money is in the bank with 3 Gods name on the account so no one person can remove any cash at any time, some of this money for now is being used to upgrade the Allah Street academy, new Gods and Earths rest room DONE, in the works as of today plastering & painting of the school upgrade the heating system by replacing missing pieces to the baseboard heaters through the school, replacing the ceiling tile and much more.

5) Plans on the table will be to extend the back of the school to create a state of the art IT lab to renew the old computer room in to two rooms one a library with two computers for our babies to do research and the other room to be made into a meeting room or small conference room, this is just to bring you up to now more will be revealed at the february 22 parliament.


Your brother in Righteousness
Lord Born Justice

Monday, January 26, 2009

Walter Wiliams Backs out of Debate

Walter Williams, author of the books, ’The Historical Origin of Christianity’ and ’The Historical Origin of Islam,’ has publically stated in his book and in interviews/lectures that Islam is a European religion manufactured in the 19th-20th century by Jews and Arabs collaborating. He claims that Muhammad never existed and that the Qur’an was written by Jews in the 19th century.

In December I sent brother Walter the following letter:

Wesley Muhammad, Ph.D.

Brother Walter Williams
C/O Maathian Press, Inc.
P.O. Box 377655
Chicago, Illinois 60637

Hotep Bro. Walter. I pray this letter finds you in the best of health and spirit. First, I must thank you for your willingness to put yourself out there, exposing yourself and your loved ones to ridicule and, God forbid, worse, for the sake of educating our grossly mis-educated people. Your effort and sacrifice does not go unnoticed or unappreciated.

Secondly, I was hoping I could interest you participating in a public discussion with me regarding “The Historical Origin of Islam”, the subject of your recent book and, incidentally, the area of my training. I think our community will benefit from seeing educated Black men able to dialogue together civilly, and benefit as well from the information we both can provide. I obviously take issue with a number of the conclusions you draw in your book, but I believe that the broader subject that you raise is an important one. The public dialogue could be in Chicago; I am willing and able to travel to accommodate you dear brother.

About me:

I am a Muslim in the Nation of Islam under the leadership of the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan. I hold a doctorate in Islamic Studies from the University of Michigan. I am founder of the Truth of God Institute ( and publisher of I currently have two books in circulation: The Truth of God: The Bible, the Qur’an, and the Secret of the Black God; and The Book of God: An Encyclopedia of Proof that the Black Man is God.

Please think it over dear brother and give me a call so we can discuss this further and work out together the details of such an event.

Your Brother

Wesley Muhammad

(678) XXX-XXXX

Earlier this month Brother Walter called me and expressed willingness to discuss the subject with me publically if I secured a venue there in Chicago. I secured a venue, but Bro. Walter has now said he cannot discuss this subject with me at any time, telling me simply, "keep up the good work Bro. Muhammad." . This is unfortunate, but not terribly surprising. This Ghetto scholarship sustains itself by isolating itself from any critical examination. I am sure he wont discontinue teaching his imaginary history as the history of Islam, yet is unprepared to justify this imaginings publically with those trained in the said subjects. Bro. Walter Williams, like Pastor Gino Jennings, seems to have not expected to ’really’ be called on what he teaches.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

"I God or Islam?" by Understanding Allah


I come in the name of Understanding Allah, adding on in the humble state of righteousness; to strive to provide a clear picture that can be seen with insight 'as well as eyesight.'

Although I-Self as well as several others (much more qualified than I-Self) could write volumes on what you (Dumaka Shabazz) have stated and asked, I will strive to add some clarity through history & examples of something that is really quite fundamental. But (born universal truth), due to personal ideologies, personality worship, false idea of politics (which don’t mix with ISLAM), semantics (word games), emotional tirades (by those playing games), false death threats, lack of study and the improper application of Supreme Mathematics and Supreme Alphabets to the 120 Lessons.

The lack of advocating the 5% aspect in basic terms is 'each one teach one', or helping others, which is what made this Nation flourish and spread and so historically great in fulfilling a greater history and destiny in the resurrection of a once sleep now "dead" original man, woman & child.

Also due to a serious lack of knowledge regarding the Universal Flag of Islam and who the men are that are represented in the perspective Black "7", "Solid Yellow" (Waxing) Crescent moon and Black "Five-Pointed Star."

Not to mention an ever-looming internet (sub)culture of hearsay and "escapism" that has been gradually growing and effecting the street and the non-cyber "world" over approximately the last ten years and COLLECTIVE low sense of self-esteem (not really even believing, let alone knowing we are the Ruler’s of the Universe and the importance of our duty), unfortunately now appears to be a serious issue.

Now you ask the question?

DS: "Is that in the Mathematics or are you using another brother’s understanding of culture?"

I-God is a "play on words" per say and quite valid to the term ISLAM.

When we look at the term "I-GOD", we are looking at it from SUPREME MATHEMATICS. 1=9, God (the number/not the word)=7. So now, we have 9 & 7. I=Self and Self is God. (Who the Blackman really is but 85% of the population do not know it yet).

9(1)+ 7(God)=? = 16=>(1)Knowledge (6)Equality in Supreme Mathematics.

In Supreme Alphabets l = A.llah, 6 = F.ather.

Now we have the "Founder" of a Nation within a Nation who is also the "Understanding" in an ongoing process of spreading the truth of the original man throughout.

The 16th Letter in the Supreme Alphabet is "P" P = Power. This coincides with the Supreme Mathematics by using the Lesson WE CALL LIFE/1-40/L&F Muslim Lesson 2.

The 16th Degree asks the question by the teacher ... "Who is the 5% in the poor part of the Earth?" In the answer is the not only the definition of a group of people but also what the duty is that that group of people performs.

So a man who called his ownself ALLAH, which is in accord with taking on the good name of Allah or one of his good names as was taught by The Honorable Elijah Muhammad. A man whom his students affectionately call(ed) "The Father" showed by doing. Allah is God. He proved it by doing the duty of the 5% (giving life to the dead) until the essence of life left his physical frame. That is played out in supreme mathematics. Allah did the duty of the 5%.

So you have 1. Allah (the) 6. Father which is 16, performing the duty of the 16th degree in the Lesson We Call Life (1-40) which borns God (1+6=7). So by doing what Allah did, you do what Allah does. Allah and Father = God.

This coincides with Master Fard Muhammad’s Father (Alfonso) and His own self resulting in the breaking of a 66 trillion year old family secret; by opening the circle back up to the public and ending the mystery of who God really is. Now that the circle is open and the group of people who are descendents of the people in that circle don’t know who we/they are (85%); due to losing the knowledge of our original self through a process; of rebellion, rebuilding into a tough nature and being robbed and all but destroyed by a "foreign" enemy which comes out of the lower (brown germ) that is a part of our ownselves.

A duty falls on all that now know the once secret or truth of who the Blackman really is. I. E. We don’t have the luxury that our God Family forefathers had of just pontificating on things amongst ourselves in a secret circle and being Gods. We have to "multi-task" for lack of better words, by not only "BEING GOD" BUT TEACHING the masses who do not know yet "WHO IS GOD."

So now the 5% Aspect or duty is paramount to being God. Yeah sure, you are god by nature, but what kind? By doing the duty of the 5% and being an original man, one is showing & proving who the all-wise & righteous God-ALLAH truly is. This is shown throughout the lessons.

This sets up an accurate historical account of who we are and what we do. Or else justice befalls us through the guise of a certain population of our own nation who do not yet know that they are part of the same nation. NOTE: See 1-40 degree 1, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 & 20.

So, what does this have to do with the original question?

If I say to you that I myself am a "Lord and Master", I am clearly saying that I am a God, in layman's terms. So ISLAM (I Self Lord And Master) is the same as I-GOD.

And I-God being a culture? Let’s look at it.

If culture implicates to the Gods & Earths as "One’s way of Life." The WAY, which in the "Enlightener" we Say, "The Wisdom Is The Way." We, historically, as Almighty Allah taught his 5%er’s, was by Teaching the truth to those who do not know it. So if I do what Allah say (I know we got no leaders and followers in this nation, but I don’t have the luxury of playing word games with the dogmatic), if I profess to say I deal with what Allah taught then my WAY OF LIFE as ALLAH or MY WAY OF LIFE as Understanding Allah is to teach the truth Of the reality of whom the Blackman is which is the DUTY OF THE 5%. So my way of life or culture (if i am actually living up to what I profess) is by doing the duty of the 5%.

So! Through Supreme Mathematics now WE can show and prove that by being and doing the duty of the 5%; which is the 16th Degree, the (l) Knowledge (6) Equality degree in the 1-40/LFML2, WE can show that if we our indeed doing that (teaching the truth) then this is our culture.

So when I say the "Culture is I-God," I can show & prove that for the cause 1(9) Born add God(7) = 16, which is (16)POWER which is the "who" of the 5% and the duty of the 5% (16) Which is l. Allah 6. Father = 7. God. ISLAM (I Self Lord And Master) although not a numerical parallel to I-God is a literal Parallel in meaning. It is "SYNONYMOUS" which each other.

NOTE: Although the term ISLAM - I. S.elf L.ord A.nd M.aster was made popular by the Gods and Earths it was introduced circa 1942 by The Honorable Elijah Muhammad (appx. 18yrs before a brother named Clarence joined Temple 7 in NYC and became registered as Clarence 13X). You can find it in an Introductory Lesson for the "Processing" brothers and sisters titled, "THE AIMS OF ISLAM." In this lesson it stated "...Islam is I Self Lord And Master ... " This lesson is still given to "Processing" brothers or sisters in the mosques of the NOI. However, it has been some time since the term as it was originally introduced has been commonly used in Temples and Mosques, but it is not out of circulation, some Mosques still give that lesson in that form to processing inductees.

Lastly, and I pardon for the length of this build, however, I could go on into book form on this subject (as it applies to the Gods & Earths). I would like to expound on the more recent "absence" and argument over the use of the word ISLAM regarding the 5% Nation/Nation of Gods and Earths.

In brief, the Holy Quran teach clearly that ISLAM is the Nature of Man, in which He/Her is created. ISLAM was here before Muhammad the Prophet (and all the prophets of the last six thousand years). That ISLAM is the very nature of ALLAH Himself, and is the Culture or METHOD that ALLAH makes Self KNOWN. In the ancient language of Arabic, ISLAM is not a religious term at all. In fact, the word for faith in Arabic is "IMAN!" IMAN-means in basic to believe. It is a noun. However, in Arabic, the word ISLAM is a verb. It is an action word. It is something that a "DOER" does. One cannot profess ISLAM, and sit down. One cannot only, fundamentally speaking, profess IMAN (faith) and sit down and pray and do nothing to change a condition(s).

When The NOI began to grow in the USA and when ALLAH came on the scene in 1964 (Harlem NY) not as a preacher or great orator or speaker, or holding meetings in vast venues with high numbers of people; he was in a small place to a small group of people for a small/short amount of time (5yrs), but teaching wherever he went, which shows that HE in himself was a prototype or FATHER of what we are to also be doing.

Like Master Fard Muhammad, this shows that knowledge and understanding is Alike, for the cause of the methods in reproducing people to carry out the missions like the ones who introduced them.

The Bible and Holy Quran both vouch that the righteous walk the earth in humility and the best of us is those of us who teach or help another in need or is blind, deaf, dumb. The act of DOING; that is ISLAM. Putting others ahead of yourself for the cause you see others as yourself. Remembering that they now like you too were once blind and out of that remembering is motivated to help them to help themselves to see! That’s that 5% aspect. Unfortunately, this essential and important aspect keeps getting put in the garbage "nowadays."

Many of us don’t want to be associated with the "OLD WORLD OF ISLAM" that even Prophet Muhammad saw going out, and we see the New Islam rising in the West as "STRANGE." We are that Islam. That was the fundamental teachings with the Gods and Earths in the street. In the ghettos of North America along the eastern seaboard you still see it. Even school children associate ISLAM with black people, not Arab culture. We are showing the world the way to the true root of what is in those books and history that they have been studying for the past 1400 + years. And the make up and design of the True Ruler, that the world is going to have to accept and digest whether they like it or not for the cause that’s how it is, cause WE are IT and WE and IT is the Truth.

I don’t have time to be trying to have a reverse productive dialog explaining all the things that I and/or WE "ARE NOT." That’s anti-Allah. Allah is the only reality, Allah is what IS. If I am ALLAH, that puts me above all other titles, so the world don’t know what to call it when the 85% see God. Even the dead in their own spirituality see it in man, but don’t know what to call it. That’s where humility comes in.

In teaching people, I don’t have the luxury to say I am Allah with a Brew in my hand (I ain’t advertising for no one) and then be less than Allah cause you find me in a mosque. Cause after having Knowledge of Self for 1/2 of my physical life I spend/spent much more time in Churches and Mosques as I ever did as a childhood Latin Catholic; Attending Funerals & Janazaa’s of my brothers and sisters pulled off the pages of the greatest horror story of any book read from violence in these streets; and an unnecessary senseless violence at the hands of one another.

So as Allah I have to be man enough to handle the title and humble enough to accept the role. Cause just cause someone don’t see me as Allah don’t make it any less true, and that go for all of us. But it take a level of humility that really comes from teaching, cause helping people in all types of conditions will keep one real humble and also will let one know that knowledge of self can really save someone’s life. And I am a grateful living proof of that. As Gods and Earths we got to wear all the hats. Warriors, Scholars, Teachers, Scientists ....

So my own experience at a younger age with many of the internet arguments that rage back and forth were never of great consequence. If someone asked me if I was a Muslim, I first had to see where or what angle the individual was coming from, or in what-context. Is it a brother from around my way? An Arab immigrant, a Christian African immigrant, a black Christian from America?...this list goes on.

So to make my point and not confuse someone I would, or might say, "something like that!" Now if they wanted me to expound then I can teach on the root meaning of ISLAM. If asked if I am a Christian, I’d say "Something like that!" If asked to expound I’d build on the cross, and how I’m at the intersection of the vertical and horizontal line of the Cross, striving to overcome the horizontal nature and rise into my nature which is the vertical. You know how we do! But Allah ain’t religious. The mission got to mean more than one’s own pride. And that’s something we just got to work on.

That’s what make us so unique, cause as a culture we go to the root of everything we see, hear and talk about. A retired school teacher from the Bed-Stuy section of Brooklyn NY, by the name of Dr. Lady Lyndeweh Yaqshaan, said that during her tenure as a NY public school teacher from 1969 to 1991, that regardless of behavior or marks, that the 5%ers were the most intelligent children in all of her classrooms. She said we just got to work this "weekend killing thing out." That’s a powerful statement. Cause that’s what we still are doing mentally and physically to each other. It’s imperative to look at self in saying that We are Allah, and Allah is righteous and Allah make Time. That the time we make is in the spreading of truth which proves us to be righteous, and outweighs all negativity. The time is what? Now! 14. Now or End. Knowledge the Culture to bring for the Power of the Percent that you Represent!

It’s imperative we deal with the fundamentals of what Allah gave us--not semantics. It takes a lot confidence to stand on the square and teach the truth. Don’t get distracted. Get self right and put the mission before yourself, cause that’s the one way to knock out a whole lot of the problems we suffer in our own lives; whether they be self inflicted or from others.

Damn! A man taught where he was. He didnt have to do that. He tried his peers. They dissed. So He went after the children. Where did that heart or desire or Idea that what he had with those lessons was so important that He had to continue teaching it? Where did that love come from? More on that later.

Thank you for your time.

Leaving as I came in the humble state of righteousness.

Understanding Allah

God Allah Why??? by Self Justice Allah


It is most unfortunate, that in this day and age being "god allah why" seems to be the "in" thing. The God Lord Jamar and I was just talking about how weak Gods are these days and that he and I wish we were back in days when cats was wearing "damaged" and "used" gear and he was just popping off with Brand Nubians...this fag talk would get your teeth knock the "F" out. Now it’s ok?

I’m from the ill time when we flipped Ansaar tables over in Now Why cause they printed a book called the "Book of the 5%ters." We beat the hell out of many people just for claiming the lessons even had misspellings let alone being wrong. How many cats got twisted out in front of the school for screw balling the Gods?

Whats up with cats being soft and portraying Gods as being homos? How easy it to change the voice on a video? But to put a gay grafted voice on it??? WOW. What’s up with these homo tendencies and reactions? I could hack everyone’s account on that group in less then 5 minutes and access every personal bank account and personal emails within 30 minutes but what would the point be? I wouldn’t waste my time doing that even though I could make money, so I damn sure wouldn’t be making a fag video of someone even if I thought they were one.

Whatever happened to the Gods and the Earths? Cats are consumed by the weakest things...Issues with the Allah Team? Man F the Allah Team, why aren’t Gods bugging the hell out when Gods is smacking Earths up? Why aren’t Gods bugging when Gods leave Earths with a crib full of seeds? Why aren’t Gods bugging when we see these damn devils exploiting our women and babies daily? Why isn’t your energy on some devils blogs blasting them? What’s up with the New York post printing every 5%ters name in it whenever a so-called God rapes or kills someone, where is the uproar???

You put all this energy in a few Gods doing their own thing....Man up and Build. Cats treat the word "Muslim" as the worst word in the English or Arabic language when the worst word in the English language should be "SLAVE" we see the impact of that word daily. It seems that if you use the terms 5%, each one teach one or save the babies its an evil thing, a foreign thing but if you use every cuss word in the book its peace??? Look how dudes jump with applause because someone called some Gods cock suckers? That’s what we big up these days?

Look, bottom line, step in my cipher trying to add on with a fag name even in jest you won’t walk out with that fag attribute WORD IS BOND. I don’t know how you build but that playing gay mess is straight trash...I don’t know why Earths didn’t jump on that mess fast. They probably out working or in school while weak gods typing fag post and making homo videos. But then again they seem to be playing the role of Gods these days anyway because the Gods...well look at them.

I’m sure most you dudes will react just like some uncivilized wisdoms but that’s to be expected and my response to that is shut up and build, not just on here go save some damn babies.

Self Justice Allah!

Peace to the Gods and the Earths

"Word Is Bond" by Self Justice Allah

Word Is Bond

by Self Justice Allah

Have you not learned that your word shall be Bond regardless of whom or what?

ANS. – Yes. My word is Bond and Bond is life, and I will give my life before my word shall fail.

This Question as well as Answer is very important. It puts us in the position that what we say or do is a direct reflection of the Oath we took within ourselves to dedicate our Lives to teaching the Truth of Allah to the Lost People here in the Wilderness of North America. Now when we hear the term "Word is Bond" we think of it as just a saying.

Reason being that it has been and has continued to be used in a slang manner. When the Righteous study this Degree carefully we see that it does not say " Have you not learned when you SAY {word is bond} your word shall be bond regardless to whom or what" therefore there is not a need to SAY it, but there is a need to LIVE it. So when we act unlike ourselves we are breaking our Word, when we turn a Truth Seeker away we are breaking our Word. Our Bond is who we are. The Messenger of Allah elaborates:

"Be Yourself." What is our ownself? He answers that "Your ownself is a righteous Muslim, born of the Tribe of Shabazz".

Now the actions of the Righteous is something that is done consciously or non-consciously, meaning If the things you do in public whether someone is looking or not is that of Righteousness, your Word is being manifested. We are in a society strengthened by the ignorance of the so-called Negro in America, the desire to live right is so distant from the mind of the masses, that the thoughts of doing a good deed these days brings about mental pain to some. We have been trained for years to Seek and Destroy ourselves to the point that no matter what we say or do we appear to be Weak to our Women and our Children. We attempt to lie to ourselves and our Families saying "This is it, there is nothing out there for us" oh but there is dear family. We were blessed with the Power of Allah to Walk, Talk and Live MATHEMATICS. When we do, we start seeing how Mathematics is applied by measuring or weighing the situations that we come across, then produce an answer that allows you to be successful. Man must realize that his Word is a direct reflection of Him being God. Every single thing we do and say (wisdom) is our Lives on the line. The fact that we know that God is man forces us to use our Brain to teach and train the private soldier (body) is our Bond. The Messenger of Allah shows this in Message To The Black Man:

"God is a man and we just cannot make Him other than man, lest we make him an inferior one; for man's intelligence has no equal in other than man. His wisdom is infinite; capable of accomplishing anything that his brain can conceive."

We have made an Oath to ourselves to help save the Babies in this Lost Wilderness, I ask you, is it saving Babies when we stick that needle in our own children’s brain by living completely opposite of God? Why must we lie to our children about the things they need to know? Why must we harm ourselves by infesting Our minds with mental Pork (lies, trick- knowledge) and repeatedly poison our bodies with the Hog and other things that Allah said would wither our bodies into non- existence? I will tell you why, Our brains have been sleep for so long that when we hear the truth our minds fool us into believing that the Truth is to far fetched to be true. In some cases those of us who accept the teachings of Allah fall victim to the very thing or things that we teach to stay away from.

Brothers and Sisters our Word is based upon our Duties and Actions, which allows us to interact with one another, our Word is the Breath of Life (truth) that Allah blew in us.

When we receive the Proper Education and spread it to the Needy our Word becomes Bond within us; the collective forces of the total population of the Original People keeps that Bond that our Word manifested.


Self Justice Allah

Allah Team

New Jerusalem

"Master Fard Muhammad: Prophet or God?" by Dr. True Islam

Master Fard Muhammad: Prophet or God?

There has been quite a bit of talk lately about Master Fard Muhammad, whether he was God or simply a prophet. As is known, in the Nation of Islam it is taught that he is God, the Supreme Being of the Universe. Others, such as certain members of the Nation of Gods and Earths (though certainly not all), teach that he is not God: he is a ‘prophet’ who simply brought the knowledge of God to the wilderness of North America. This latter claim is based largely on the fact that in some early literature, such as Lost Found Muslim Lesson No. 1 (1-40), Master Fard Muhammad is referred to as ‘Prophet, W.D. Fard.’ The argument is that he originally identified himself as Prophet, but the Hon. Elijah Muhammad later (mis)understood him to be God. The claim is that Master Fard Muhammad never called himself God. If he did call himself God, of course, then those who deny that he is God yet hold on to the material that he brought (i.e. the Lessons) are in a bind. They must count Master Fard Muhammad a liar or ignorant of his own self. Either way, one could surely not maintain any allegiance to the Lessons which, after all, are the record of exchanges between him and his student the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, both of whom would have taught that Fard is God. So the question is, Did Master Fard Muhammad himself claim to be God? Why is he called a ‘prophet’ in the Lessons? This excerpt from my upcoming book, The Book of God (Revised Edition) answers these questions. I offer it simply as a contribution to the discussion.

(Excerpt From True Islam’s forthcoming The Book of God [Revised Edition]: An Encyclopedia of Proof the Black Man is God)

14.6. Prophet or God?

The Apostle Paul makes an important claim about the Son of Man (Christ Jesus) in Phil. 2:6-8:

Who, being in the Form of God,
Did not regard equality with God as something to be exploited
He emptied himself (or: He made himself nothing)
Taking on the form of a servant
Becoming as (ordinary) human beings are;
And being in every way like a human being,
He was humbler yet,
Even to accepting death, death on a cross.

In this passage we learn of the coming Son of Man’s kenosis (self-humbling). The verb kenoo means metaphorically to “deprive” or “make of no effect.” Christ being in the “form of God,” morphe theos means both that he was born with a glorious divine body and that he was born with the very nature of God himself (1). Yet, he deprived himself of these, or, better, he “made them of no effect.” That is to say he did not exploit this divine form and nature. He instead assumed the appearance and condition of a normal human being, allowing himself to serve and suffer. Habakkuk 3:4 therefore prophesizes that God, when he comes from Arabia at his advent, will “veil” or “conceal” his power. He will appear to all as a simple human; a lowly human because he will serve and he will suffer, though having the very nature of God he did not have to do either.

It is in this context that we must understand Master Fard Muhammad’s statement, recalled by one who heard his very first addresses in Detroit: “My name is W.D. Fard and I came from the Holy City of Mecca. More about myself I will not tell you yet, for the time has not yet come. I am your brother. You have not yet seen me in my royal robes.”(2) The “royal robes” are clearly metaphor for his glorious divine form and status.

Thus in the Lessons as well as in the editions of the Allah Temple of Islam’s early newspaper, The Final Call to Islam, Fard is referred to by the Hon. Elijah Muhammad as a Prophet, not God. He came among the Black community in Detroit humbly, not as God; as a servant (silk-peddler). Some have understood these early descriptions of Fard as ‘Prophet’ to indicate that he was not therefore God. The claim is that he never called himself God. He called himself prophet, but Elijah unilaterally exalted him to “God-status” after Fard left. This is incorrect.

Firstly, Master Fard Muhammad never called himself “prophet”; he called Himself God. The Hon. Elijah Muhammad told Hatim Sahib in 1951:

"He did not teach us that he (Master Fard Muhammad) was a prophet. We used to call him a prophet. I made the followers call him prophet because I (did) not know exactly what name to give him. No one called him prophet before me. First, I thought we should call him Master; later I thought we should call him prophet, and later I told them that he (is) neither of either one; I said that we should call him the ‘Almighty God”…He (Fard) came to Chicago and delivered a speech in which he said, “I am God himself,” and I looked at him and he looked at me when he said so…He did not say that “I am a prophet,” but he said that “‘I am the one who comes in the last day.”(3)

It is thus inappropriate to seize these early characterizations of Fard as ‘prophet’ as the final word. The author of this characterization, the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, admits to only ‘trying it out’ as he was searching for the right terminology. When Master Fard Muhammad and his secretary Ugan Ali first visited Elijah at his home in the fall of 1931, according to the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, “(Fard) said that he was Mahadiah and that he was Allah who everyone expected to come two thousand years after Christ who was crucified at Jerusalem.”(4) It is thus Master Fard Muhammad himself who is the source of his characterization as “God.”

Fard’s divinity as a Black man was apparently part of the teaching at that first Temple on Hastings Street. Robert Harris, after sacrificing his roommate Josef Smith on a make-shift altar in his home on November 21, 1932, claimed that he was ordered to do so by the “Gods of Islam,” by which he is believed to have meant Master Fard Muhammad (who wrote about “sacrificing four devils” in his book, Secret Rituals of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam) and Ugan Ali. Thus, when the detectives (Oscar) Berry and (Charles) Snyder entered the Temple on November 22, 1932 to arrest the two of them, Ali, Fard’s right-hand man at the time, was at the podium proclaiming himself “God of the Asiatics.”(5)

It was not just to ‘gullible Negroes’ that Master Fard Muhammad revealed his divine identity to. At the First Precinct police station Fard told detectives Berry and Snyder that ‘he was the supreme being on Earth.”(6) He told Dr. David Clark, psychiatrist at the Detroit Receiving Hospital who observed and diagnosed him for five days, that he was the Supreme Being on Earth. (7) Fard’s claim to divinity was published in not only in the Detroit papers, but in the Chicago papers as well. (8) These reports are likely the basis of the claim made by Brother Yussuf Muhammad, one of the early followers of Fard, that

"When the police asked him who he was, he said: ‘I am the Supreme Ruler of the Universe.’ He told those police more about himself than he would ever tell us."(9)

It was thus Master Fard Muhammad who was the source of the claim that he is God, and Elijah Muhammad who first claimed he was prophet, not the other way around. But the Hon. Elijah Muhammad clearly did not mean to deny Fard’s divinity by calling him by names such as ‘prophet’ or ‘master.’ These were the terms of honor that the would-be preacher was most familiar with. He tried them out in his presentation of Master Fard Muhammad to the people, then abandoned the first, knowing all along it did not adequately define Who He Was. We know for a fact that calling Fard ‘prophet’ did not mean for Elijah that Fard was not God. The Hon. Elijah Muhammad tells us that during that time “I used to go to my clothscloset (sic) and pray to Fard who brought us the truth that I was longing to hear.”(10) The Hon. Elijah Muhammad is here admitting to praying to Master Fard Muhammad as God, even while calling him ‘prophet.’

Not only did the Hon. Elijah Muhammad originate the early practice of calling the God a ‘prophet,’ it was he, not the Hon. Louis Farrakhan, who first thanked Allah for sending Master Fard Muhammad to us. He said to Hatim Sahib in 1951:

"Mr. W.D. Fard taught us what to eat, when to eat, and how to eat. That was a great lesson to us. We all today pray and are thankful to Allah for sending him."(11)

He thanked Allah for sending Mr. W.D. Fard even though Mr. W.D. Farad was, according to the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, “Allah himself incarnated.”(12) These are no contradictions. The Hon. Elijah Muhammad was displaying profound theological insight. In the Hebrew Torah, God Himself appears at time icognito. Instead of coming in his glorious, divine body he comes in a normal human form called mal’ak Yahweh, often translated “the Angel of the Lord.” But we now know that this mal’ak Yahweh is no ‘angel’ but is God himself in an unrecognized human form. The term mal’ak means literally ‘ambassador’ or ‘sent one/messenger.’ Thus in these biblical narratives (e.g. Gen. 16; Judges 6) God himself appears to people as a “sent one” looking like a normal human.(13) Who “sends” God in these biblical contexts? The Council of the Gods (Elohim). Who do we thank for sending Master Fard Muhammad? Allah, i.e. the Council of the Gods. This biblical tradition of the God coming among humans as an unrecognized, ordinary human described as a ‘sent one’ sent by the Divine Council exactly parallels Master Fard Muhammad’s (God’s) coming among us as an unrecognized ordinary human being and referred to as a ‘sent one’ or prophet sent by the Divine Council.

As the apostle Paul in the Philippians passage noted with regard to the coming Son of Man or Christ Jesus: he will humble himself and suffer, not because he has to, but because he doesn’t have to. That he would suffer on our behalf when he did not have to demonstrates his Godhood. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad noted as well:

"Mr. Fard Muhammad (God in Person) chose to suffer three and one-half years to show his love for his people who have suffered over three hundred years at the hands of a people who by nature are evil, wicked, and have no good in them.
He was persecuted, sent to jail in 1932…He submitted himself with all humbleness to his persecutors. Each time he was arrested, he sent for me that I may see and learn the price of Truth for us (the so-called Negroes)."(14)


1. See Markus Bockmuehl, The Epistle to the Philippians (London: A & C Black, 1997) 126-29; Gordon D. Fee, Paul’s Letter to the Philippians (Grand Rapids, MI.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1995) 204.
2. Quoted from Beynon, “The Voodoo Cult,” 896.
3. Elijah Muhammad to Hatim A. Shahib in 1951 interview. Hatim A. Sahib, “The Nation of Islam,” Masters thesis, University of Chicago, December 1951) 93-94.
4. Elijah Muhammad, statement to the FBI September 20, 1942. FBI File on Wallace Fard, September 30, 1942, #100-9129.
5. “Raided Temple Bares Grip of Voodoo in City,” The Detroit Free Press November 23, 1932 A01.
6. “Negro Leaders Open Fight,” The Detroit Free Press November 24, 1932 A02,09.
7. “New Human Sacrifice With a Boy as Victim is Averted by Inquiry,” The Detroit Free Press November 26, 1932 A01.
8. "Probe Weird Rites of Detroit Voodoo Cult,” Chicago Defender December 3, 1932 A01, 04.
9. See Erdmann Doane Beynon, “The Voodoo Cult Among Negro Migrants in Detroit,” American Journal of Sociology, 43 (1938): 897.
10. Elijah Muhammad to Hatim A. Shahib in 1951 interview. Sahib, “The Nation of Islam,” 93.
11. Elijah Muhammad to Hatim A. Shahib in 1951 interview. Sahib, “The Nation of Islam,” 95.
12. Elijah Muhammad to Hatim A. Shahib in 1951 interview. Sahib, “The Nation of Islam,” 98.
13. See especially James Kugle, The God of Old.
14. Elijah Muhammad, The Supreme Wisdom, 2 vols. (New Port News, Virginia: The National News and Commentator, 1957) 1:15.