Moors and Masonry: A Hidden History of Knowledge and Power
Moors and Masonry is a book that explores the connection between the Moors, the Muslim people of North Africa who ruled Spain for over 500 years, and the Freemasons, the secret society that played a key role in the founding of the United States of America. The book reveals how the Moors transmitted ancient wisdom and sciences to Europe, and how the Freemasons inherited and preserved this knowledge through their symbols, rituals and philosophy.
The book consists of three parts:
- Part 1: The Moorish Enslavement and Ransoming of Europeans during the 1500s, 1600s and 1700s: Re-examining the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Story. This part challenges the conventional narrative of the slave trade and shows how the Moors captured and sold millions of Europeans into slavery in North Africa and the Middle East. It also examines how the Moors influenced the political, economic and cultural development of Europe through their diplomatic relations, trade and ransoming activities.
- Part 2: The Federal Government and the Imperial Divan Restored to the Moors. This part traces the history of the Moorish Empire and its decline under the colonial aggression of European powers. It also reveals how the Moors established a presence in America before Columbus, and how they maintained their sovereignty and identity through various treaties, declarations and movements. It also exposes how the US government has systematically violated the rights and freedoms of the Moors and their descendants.
- Part 3: Restoring the Moorish Hereditary Birthright Title Noble to the Moors. This part explains the meaning and significance of the title Noble, which was bestowed upon the Moors by their ancient ancestors. It also shows how the Freemasons have preserved this title and its associated privileges through their degrees, titles and honors. It also provides guidance on how to reclaim this title and its benefits for oneself and one’s family.
Moors and Masonry is a book that will enlighten, inspire and empower anyone who is interested in learning more about the hidden history of knowledge and power that links the Moors and the Masons.
The book also introduces the reader to some examples of Moorish science, which is the term used to describe the ancient wisdom and sciences that the Moors inherited from their ancestors and transmitted to Europe. Some of these examples are:
- Astronomy: The Moors were skilled astronomers who observed the stars and planets and calculated their movements and positions. They also developed sophisticated instruments such as astrolabes, quadrants and sundials for measuring time and direction. They also named many of the stars and constellations that we still use today, such as Betelgeuse, Rigel, Aldebaran and Orion.
- Mathematics: The Moors introduced the Arabic numerals and the decimal system to Europe, replacing the cumbersome Roman numerals. They also invented algebra, trigonometry and geometry, and solved complex equations and problems. They also contributed to the development of calculus, cryptography and combinatorics.
- Medicine: The Moors were pioneers of medicine and surgery, who studied the human anatomy and physiology, and performed various operations such as cataract removal, caesarean section and amputation. They also discovered the circulation of blood, the function of nerves and the causes of diseases. They also wrote encyclopedias of medicine and pharmacology, and established hospitals and schools of medicine.
- Law: The Moors followed a legal system based on the Quran and the Sunnah, which was known as Sharia. They also developed a system of jurisprudence, which was based on logic, reasoning and evidence. They also recognized the rights and duties of individuals, groups and states, and established courts of justice and arbitration.
- Philosophy: The Moors were influenced by the Greek philosophy of Plato, Aristotle and Plotinus, as well as by the Persian philosophy of Zoroaster, Mani and Avicenna. They also developed their own schools of thought, such as the Mu’tazila, Ash’ari and Sufi. They also wrote commentaries on various philosophical topics, such as metaphysics, ethics, logic and theology.
These are just some of the examples of Moorish science that the book explores in more detail. The book also shows how these sciences influenced Freemasonry, which adopted many of the symbols, rituals and teachings of the Moors. For instance, the Masonic compass and square are derived from the Moorish instruments for measuring angles and distances. The Masonic star is a symbol of Sirius, which was revered by the Moors as the source of wisdom. The Masonic apron is a symbol of purity, which was worn by the Moors as a sign of their initiation into esoteric knowledge.