October 08, 2014

Al Sihah Building

It has been over a decade and this building is still empty.  I'm surprised that the lawn was cut.  I've been passing by it every now and then and it seems to continue to deteriorate.  Imagine the impact it would have had to this town if our presence grace it.  Imagine how it would have beam and how alive it would have awoken.  Imagine the traffic and the business it would have brought.  Imagine the history it could have given this town.

...but it was all a dream.






I do have some pictures of the inside.  I remember visiting the site with Dr. York.  As we walked around the facility he spoke on his ideas, how it would have a bookstore inside, how we would hold events and classes.  He spoke about the artwork inside and said take a notice on how they depicted Egyptians as dark skinned and how the Shriners know this.  Maybe one day, I'll look for these old photos and share them here.  

August 04, 2014

AMOM Nuwaubian Meditation book

I wanted to share this passage from the book entitled AMOM Nuwaubian Meditation.

"Cultivation of delightful hobby which requires the work of your hands, this is recommended."
page 29

I have always said that my knitting and crocheting work is my form of meditation.  But I had no idea this had any validity until now.  Here's the rest of the paragraph:

Cultivation of inner quietude, silence and solitude is recommended also.  You should be silent in solitude at least for one period daily.  Cultivation of nature in the outdoors, gardening, walking on the grass, the total involvement in nature at it works.

Ques:  Is meditation prayer?  is meditation deep and sustained thinking?

Ans:  Meditation is not prayer.  Prayer is either petition or an expression of gratitude and thankfulness.  Meditation is neither.  You pray to Hu.  We meditate through concentration upon ideas and objects as described in my talk.  Eventually, meditation is a communion with your soul, and through this communion with your soul, you finally attained communion with Hu.

For the Ancient & Mystic Order of Melchizedek
Nuwaubian Meditation, page 29-30



May 26, 2014

Have they really figured out how pyramid were built?

By now, you probably have seen articles, news clippings on how scientists supposedly had figured out how pyramids were built?  But just like all of their other theories, its just a theory.  Most people only familiar with the pyramids of Giza plateau.   But there are actually many pyramids in Egypt but are not cared for like the Giza pyramids.

locations of pyramids in Egypt

A good example is the pyramid on top of a mountain in Abu Rowash.
This pyramid sits on top of a mountain.  
Clearly debunks the idea of or theory, that ancient egyptians, wet the sand and hauled perfectly cut stones and built pyramids.  

What's really interesting about the pyramid in Abu Rowash is, is open to the sky.
No booth, no guards, and forgotten.


Stones found in Abu Rowash are sometimes, concave and polish. Did the ancient Egyptians had machinery to form such stone into this manner?  (reminds me of a site in South America also built on top of a mountain)




cylinder shape hole. ( is this man made of machinemade?)
why is it so hard to believe that Ancient Egyptians have their sophisticated technology and engineering beyond our understanding.  and that they are not some "rope pulling"  people. 


to learn more about this, there's a video documentary onNetflix entitled Pyramid Code.
It speaks about ancient Egypt and Egyptians, and how modern archaeologists don't know jack shit. and what Dr. Malachi Z. York have been saying for years, that they hide this information by renovating sites. 




May 11, 2014

My Hall of Knowledge

Visited a friend today to see which books she was willing to let go for the right price.  and I was happy with what I walked away with.  I know we all feel that our stash of books are a treasure trove but sometimes we take them for granted and just simply tuck them away in a box inside a closet or so.  While some individuals who doesn't have any easy access to them, are willing to pay hefty price to have them in their hall of knowledge. I'm happy that I inspired her to organize her books and give them the royal treatments.

Although my collection is ever growing, I wouldn't mind at all to get my hands on a few more scrolls.  Anyway here's a glimpse of how I stash my books.

one of my bookshelves containing my scrolls by Dr.  Malachi Z. York

acrylic containers, I found at Walmart are perfect for those pocket size scrolls

These yellow magazine racks from Target, only cost $1 each are perfect for my medium size books and  the larger size books that are about 8x10. As you can probably see by these images, my books are individually wrapped in non-acidic, self sealed plastic, to help take care of my collection.  and I only seal them once I've completely read each book.


Three ring binders and sheet protectors are awesome way to organize you scrolls also. 


Here's my bulletin collection in a three ring binder and sheet protectors. 

individually sealed books by Dr. Malachi Z. York

Hope this post, will help you or give you ideas on how you care for your Hall of Knowledge. and if you have any ideas, tips, or tricks.  Let me know.  Post a comment or email me at aoebookstore @ yahoo.com

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