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The number 19 has been identified by numerous Muslim scholars and writers as central to the Qur’an and Islam in general.


Many in Islam though aware of the importance of the number 19 in Islam, have overlooked the connection Malcolm X has to the highly regarded number.


Malcolm X  was born on May 19, 1925. Observe the number 19 in his birth date.


Malcolm X’s zodiac sign is Taurus, which also equals 19.











When Malcolm X was arrested prior to joining the Nation of Islam, the number on his mugshot picture was 22843.


22843 equals the following:





Why those in Islam have not made the connection and include Malcolm X in their discussion on the number 19 is not clear.


However it raises the question on how religion determines what is perceived and what is not.


To understand the numerology associated with Islam, one must go beyond the restrictive aspects of the religion that may prevent true understanding of the particular inquiry.


The number 19 like all numbers, have a history and meaning beyond a particular religion.


Once that is understood, as in the case of Malcolm X, we are able to identify JEWELS which were hidden right in front of us.


19, nineteen, numeral from glass with an abstract pattern of a f



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At the heart of the current Corona Virus Pandemic is the push to find a cure, which most likely would be administered by vaccination.

One media outlet reported:

“Bill Gates said we could have an approved vaccine for the novel coronavirus within the next 18 months “if everything goes well.” ”

Prior to the emergence of the Corona Virus or Covid-19, there was a multi-racial and inter-faith movement against vaccinations.

This emerging coalition included no other than Louis Farrakhan, who has been described by the white media as a hate filled, Black Separatist and ant-semite.

There were indications that despite his past tumultuous relationship with Jews, suspicions about his possible involvement in the assassination of Malcolm X, among other controversies, Louis Farrakhan was rehabilitating his image.

During the Nation of Islam’s  2019 annual Saviors Day event, Farrakhan informed those in attendance that he received a gift from two Jewish Rabbis.

The gift Farrakhan received was a chalice and ciborium that had the following inscribed:

“To the Honorable Louis Farrakhan.

You are the Messiah of the world and you are the Messiah to every human that wants to be civilized.”

Louis Farrakhan is not only the current  leader of the Nation of Islam, he is also a supporter of the anti-vaccination movement.

Certain Othrodox Jewish  groups are also proponents of the anti-vaccination movement.

Farrakhan’s recent recognition from members of the Jewish community and his support for the anti-vaccination movement, provided an opportunity for a possible alliance between the Nation of Islam, Othrodox Jewish groups  and others in combating having vaccines as a mandatory legal requirement.

Nation of Islam has worked with Robert Kennedy, Jr. to publicly address concerns about the safety of vaccines.

Also consider that Louis Farrakhan met with Alex Jones, before Jones would encounter legal problems over his statements about the Sandy Hook Mass shooting.

Alex Jones is also a critic of vaccines.


The January 19, 2016 edition of the Final Call newspaper, presented a dialogue between Alex Jones (AJ) and Minister Louis Farrakhan (MLF):

“AJ:  There are forces trying to divide and conquer humanity and we’re really coming to a crossroads where people are being told to choose a side but I don’t think the sides they’re telling us to choose are real sides. I’m trying to get people to think outside the box. When I spoke to you earlier that was basically your main focus.

MLF: First, the idea of dialogue, truthful dialogue, that gets us past the media manipulation of persons, events, and the truths of persons and events. I’m grateful to have an opportunity to talk to your audience as well as my own because I felt that I’ve been talking to Black people for 60 or more years and Black people understand me pretty well. But White people don’t know me and may not understand me. …”


Farrakhan’s Facebook account was suspended 10 weeks after he received the award from members of the Jewish community recognizing him as “a messiah of the world”.

Many wondered the cause of Facebook’s actions towards Farrakhan.

It is plausible that the “powers that be” or the “Deep State” viewed the coalition building on the part of Farrakhan’s anti-vaccination efforts as problematic to their long term goals.

The Facebook ban on Louis Farrakhan is ensync with past actions against the Nation of Islam in order to neutralize the organization.

The moves of the elite are in synchronicity with the metaphysical signatures associated with Louis Farrakhan.

Consider The Following:

Event 201, a pandemic exercise jointly held by John Hopkins, World Economic Forum and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation took place on October 18, 2019 in New York City, after the passing of Congressman Elijah Cummings on October 17, 2019.

Louis Farrakhan’s spiritual father and teacher was ELIJAH Muhammad.

The number 11 is very important in the life of Louis Farrakhan, who is born on May 11, 1933 and was the minister of the Nation of Islam’s Temple #11 in Boston.

Event 201 on October 18, 2019 was 11 days after the birthday of Elijah Muhammad, who was born on October 7, 1887.

The number 19 is very important to the religion of Islam and Farrakhan has spoken on this topic before, referring to the number 19 as a “possesser of a secret”.

Farrakhan’s ban from

Facebook took place on May 2, 2019.

May 2, 2019=


Louis Farrakhan’s May 2, 2019 ban from Facebook was 199 days from November 17, 2019.



November 17, 2019 is the date that the first patient, better known a  “Patient Zeto contracted the Corona Virus/ Covid-19 in China.

There is a timespan of 74 days from when Farrakhan delivered the keynote address on February 17, 2019 Saviors Day  to his Facebook ban on May 2, 2019. 74 =7+4=11.


Could it be that the Facebook ban had more to deal with disruption of the anti-vaccination movement that Louis Farrakhan was actively involved in,  rather than anti-semitism?

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If the anti-vaccination movement with the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan  and others were able to continue to make inroads into the mainstream, could Bill Gates and his network push the idea of a cure of Covid-19 administered by vaccination?

The anti-vaccination movement challenged governmental authorities such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Now due to the paranoia created by the Corona Virus/ Covid-19 scare, legitimate concerns raised about the safety of vaccines may now be ignored due to fear.

The metaphysical signatures involving the numbers 11 and 19 indicate that there’s more involved that what is actually seen by the general  public.


(Members of Nation of  Islam participating in Anti- Vaccine Protest)

May 2, 2019 is the 122nd day of the year leaving 243 days remaining.

In 2019 the United States was 243 years old.

2019 was the 19th year of the 3rd millennium, and the 19th year of the 21st century.

Thomas Jefferson , white supremacist, slave owner and the 3rd President of the United States held the following view:

Jefferson believed that the Constitution should automatically expire every nineteen yearsJefferson’s und-erstanding of cycles is fascinating, for he was very poignant in his comments written in his letters. In particular: “Every constitution, then, and every law, naturally expires at the end of nineteen years.”

Thomas Jefferson had an extensive library collection that included a copy of the Qur’an, which is encoded with the vibration of the number 19.

The Corona Virus/ Covid-19 pandemic is in many ways reminiscent of the 9-11 Attacks.

September 11, 2001 was when the 9-11 Attacks actually took place, which on September 11, 2020 will be the 19th year commeration of that historic and tragic event.

The point of this 19-year cycle is the acknowledgement that the moon, sun, and earth return to the same position in this triad once every 19 years.

This 19 year cycle is referred to as the Metonic Cycle.

19 solar years is almost exactly 235 lunar months, and rounded to full days equates 6940 days.

6940= 6+9+4+0=19!


End Notes




Jefferson’s Proposal for an Expiring Constitution on a 19-Year Cycle









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The similarities between Malcolm X and Khalid Abdul Muhammad are striking!

This is especially the case given certain periods during their lives when they both had to face their departure from the Nation of Islam.

While the two do have similar narratives, they are not equal in stature in regards to historical impact.

History has afforded the legacy of Malcolm X as being the greater of the two as evidenced by his body of work and his influence on the entire world.

Two speeches by Malcolm X- “The Ballot or The Bullet” and “Message To The Grassroots”-are ranked amongst the greatest speeches of the 20th Century.

The connection between the two is found not only in their similar fates but in the common metaphysical registers that appeared in their lives such as the numbers 2, 4, 8, 11 and 19.

The presence of the number 2 vibration is identified by the number 2 itself and the number 11.

The number 11 is considered a master number, that is a double digit number, and is usually not simplified to a single digit expression, though technically 11 can be reduced to 1+1=2.

Malcolm X and Khalid Abdul Muhammad at the height of their ministries in the Nation of Islam were considered to be “the number 2” or second in command of the NOI.

Malcolm X was lead minister of Mosque #7 in Harlem and held the title of national spokesman for the Nation of Islam under Elijah Muhammad.

Khalid Muhammad was in charge of Mosque #27 in Los Angeles, California and was national spokesman for the Nation of Islam (NOI) under the leadership of Louis Farrakhan.

Both Malcolm X and Khalid Abdul Muhammad will end up being in opposition to Louis Farrakhan.

When the spilt between Malcolm X  and the NOI was taking place, Farrakhan would be amongst those who publicly called for the elimination of Malcolm X.

Two factors among others, include his “Chicken Coming Home To Roost” comments about the assassination of JFK and his going public about Elijah Muhammad’s extramarital affairs; would make Malcolm X persona non grata among the Nation of Islam.

Farrakhan in the Muhammad Speaks newspaper, which was started by Malcolm X and was then the official newspaper for the Nation of Islam,


proclaimed that Malcolm X was a traitor and wrote, two months before the assassination, in the Dec. 4, 1964, issue,

“The die is set and Malcolm shall not escape. Such a man is worthy of death.”

At the height of Malcolm X’ s popularity with Black youth in the 1990s, which culminated in Spike Lee’s film Malcolm X, Farrakhan continued with his vitriol against Malcolm X as evidenced by the following videos:

Farrakhan in classic double-speak has denied ordering the assassination but later admitted to having “helped create the atmosphere” that led to it.

Farrakhan for different reasons went against Khalid Abdul Muhammad, who was his once his student and protege.

Khalid Muhammad was so committed to his spiritual leader Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, that he named his son Farrakhan Muhammad, in a demonstration of his profound respect for his spiritual teacher.

After the U.S. Senate voted 97-0 in 1994, to censure Khalid Muhammad for his now infamous 1993 Kean College speech, Farrakhan distanced himself from Khalid Muhammad by suspending him from his duties as national spokesman,  for his “mean-spirited” and “repugnant” words.

Yet proclaiming “I stand by the truths that he spoke.”

Despite repeated public  and private appeals from Khalid Muhammad to meet with him to resolve any differences between them, Louis Farrakhan refused to meet with Khalid Muhammad.

The initial incidents that led to the separation between both men from the NOI, took place in the month of November, the 11 month of the year.

On December 4, 1963, Malcolm X in responding to the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 declared that it was a case of “Chicken Coming Home To Roost”.

In the life of Khalid Muhammad, we can identify a hidden connection to John F. Kennedy, who was born on May 29, 1917.

77 years after the birth of John F. Kennedy, on May 29, 1994, James Bess shot Khalid Abdul Muhammad, after he gave a speech at the University of California, Riverside. Khalid Abdul Muhammad survived the attack and James Bess was apprehended, and later was found guilty for his attempt on the life of Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

The following video features an interview with James Bess, who according to published reports has had a troubled past.

Bess was sentenced to 23 years in prison, in this video gives his own account on his supposed rationale for trying to kill Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

Khalid Muhammad’s Kean College speech which led to his departure from the Nation of Islam, occurred on November 29, 1993.

The media account of the event totally lacks key pertinent details contained in the video.

This gap in truthful reporting by the media only reinforces the viewpoint that Khalid Abdul Muhammad was a target of an organized campaign of character assassination.

November is the 11th month of the year in the Gregorian calendar system.

The number 11 represents the following:

The number 11 is dual in nature. We observe that the “1” in 11 refers to the sun. The combination of 1+1=2 and the number refers to the moon.

Other writers state that the number 11 is related to Uranus, which governs eccentricity and futuristic thinking. While the other aspect of number 11 is governed by the Moon, which is related  to its reflective and dreamy energy.

11 is considered to be the intuitive of all numbers.

The 11 is the number associated with faith and psychics, as well as an indication of a greater life purpose.

The “number 11 symbolizes the principles of spiritual enlightenment and awakening and is a reminder that we have come to this physical world from the realm of spirit.”

Another way of referring to “spiritual enlightenment” is “REVEALATION”. REVEALATION HAS 11 LETTERS!

The person expressing the number 11 vibrational energy appears to be “instinctual, charismatic, dynamic and capable”, when focused on a concrete goal. 

The presence of the Number 11 is a sign from the Cosmos of inspiration and encouragement to develop your abilities in ways that will help all of humanity.

“The number 11 is a Master Number which means that it resonates at an extremely high vibration.”

When the number 11 appears it is a wake-up call, to connect with the higher self, to clear your mind and to follow one’s intuition, which will lead you to a fulfilling life.


The negative expression of the number 11 energy, as a Master number, the positive characteristics will turn into obstacles when not understood or used properly.

The person who is attached to the negative expression of the number 11 energy is anxious, shy, stressed, conflicted and scattered.

The dates that exposed the internal rift between both men and the Nation of Islam were deeply embedded in the energy of the number 11.

In the case of Malcolm X, not only can we identify the number 11, we also witness the presence of the number 7, which is closely related to his spiritual profile.

The JFK assassination occurred on November 22, 1963.

November 22, 1963 equals 11+22+1+9+6+3=52=5+2=7.

Malcolm X is the 7th child of his father, Earl Little.

November 22, 1963 has 11 vibration embedded in the month of November and “22” is 11×2 or 11+11=22.

With Khalid Muhammad, his Kean College speech on November 29, 1993 has the  number 11 with the month of November, the “29” equals 2+9=11 and “1993” equals 1+9+9+3=22.

22 as previously shown is an expression of 11 twice manifested.

The number 22 and 11 relate directly to the person in opposition to both men, who is Louis Farrakhan.

Louis Farrakhan was born on May 11, 1933, which can also can be expressed as 11th of May, 1993.

The name received at birth was Louis Eugene Walcott, which equals 74 in the reduction numerology cipher and 74=7+4=11.

Farrakhan was appointed head minister of Temple #11 in Boston, Massachusetts in 1956.

Furthermore “BOSTON”  equals 22 when using the reduction numerology cipher.

Both Malcolm X and Khalid Muhammad passed away in the second month of the year which is February.

Khalid Muhammad’s date of his transition is consistent with the vibration of the number 11.

Khalid Muhammad passed away on February 17, 2001 which equals 2+17+2+0+0+1=22.

The date of birth of Khalid Muhammad on January 12, 1948, also expresses the energy of number 22, for “1948” equals 1+9+4+8=22.

Khalid Abdul Muhammad’s close associate, student and follower Malik Zulu Shabazz also expressed the vibration of the number 22.

Malik Zulu Shabazz was born on September 7, 1966. 1966=1+9+6+6=22.

Both Malik Zulu Shabazz and Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad were born in years that equal 22!

The number 22 is known as the Master Builder, an elevated expression of the number 11 and directly relates to the principle of organization.

The complete birthdate of Khalid Abdul Muhammad on January 12, 1948 equals 1+12+1+9+4+8=35.

The number 35, Khalid Muhammad has in common with Malcolm X, whose spilt from the Nation of Islam began with comments about the assassination of the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy the first Catholic president of the United States.

The word Catholic equals 35 in reduction numerology by alphabetical order.

The number 35 equals 3+5=8.

The vibrational frequency of the number 8 appears in the date that both leaders passed away.

Khalid Muhammad passed away on February 17, 2001, with the number 17 embedded with the 8 vibration, for 17=1+7=8.

Khalid Abdul Muhammad was 53 years old when he passed away.


53 is the reverse of 35.

The date of Khalid Abdul Muhammad’s passing on

February 17, 2001 equals 2+17+2+0+0+1=22 or


Both 22 and 13 are connected to 4 for 22=2+2=4; 13=1+3=4.

The assassination of Malcolm X on February 21, 1965 is encoded with the vibrational frequencies of numbers 2, 4, 8 and 11.

February 21, 1965 equals 2+21+1+9+6+5=44.

44 is 11×4 or 4×11, as well as 4+4=8.

The number 2 is expressed with the month of February.

The history of Nation of Islam is composed of many factors. One of which is how the organization resolves internal conflicts.

Throughout Nation of Islam’s history, including the issues involved with Elijah Muhammad becoming leader of the organization, there has been contentious struggles for the organization.

Louis Farrakhan did not escape this fate and his history with Khalid Abdul Muhammad as well as Malcolm X attest to this fact.

The history involved with Farrakhan, Khalid Abdul Muhammad and Malcolm X metaphysically revolve around primarily the number 11 in its various expressions.

We readily observe the number 11 in the birthdate of Louis Farrakhan, who was born on May 11, 1933.

Farrakhan was the minister of the Nation of Islam’s Temple #11 in Boston.

Boston equals 22 in so-called Pythagorean numerology.

The number 22 is connected to the Kean College incident and the Million Man March.

Khalid Abdul Muhammad’s Kean College speech was on November 29, 1993,  was 686 days from the historic Million Man March on October 16, 1995. 686 days is equal to 22 months.

Khalid Muhammad has an affinity for the number 22. The year of his birth 1948 equals 1+9+4+8=22.

His date of his transition on February 17, 2001 equals 2+17+2+0+0+1=22.

The number 22 is one-half of 44, which is another number shared by the two freedom fighters.

The date of the Kean College speech on November 29, 1993 has two numerlogical expressions. The first expression in numerology is as follows:

November 29, 1993 =



The second expression of November 29, 1993 is as follows:

November 29, 1993 =





The two expressions of the date when Malcolm X passed away is as follows:

February 21, 1965 =


The number 26 is well-known in metaphysical literature, for it is associated with the tetragrammaton YWVH which refers to the name of God.

“The gematria values of the four letters in the Tetragrammaton (Yud – Hey – Vov – Hey) are 10, 5, 6 and 5.”

Another expression of February 21, 1965 is 2+21+1+9+6+5=44.

The number 44 is 4+4=8.

The 8th prime number  in mathematics is 19.

Malcolm X was born on May 19, 1925. Observe the number 19 in  the date of birth of Malcolm X.

The name KHALID ABDUL MUHAMMAD has 19 letters!

Both were practioners of Islam and the number 19 plays a prominent role in that  religion.

Malcolm X and Khalid Muhammad were buried at Ferncliff Cemetery in Westchester, New York.

The numerology of FERNCLIFF CEMETERY in the so-called Pythagorean method of numerology is 92. 92=9+2=11.

Throughout this writing, attempted to show that the similarities between Malcolm X and Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

By doing this it is not to infer that both men are exactly the same and should be regarded on the same historical plateau.

Nevertheless, there are experiences that both men shared as being members of the NOI, as well as the involvement of Louis Farrakhan in both of their lives.

The involvement of Louis Farrakhan, when analyzed from a metaphysical perspective clearly shows synchronicity with Farrakhan’s spiritual profile and the lives of Malcolm X and Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

This evident with the repeated presence of the number 11 with Farrakhan’s life and the same number 11 in critical moments of crisis with Malcolm X and Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

There are other metaphysical registers that Malcolm X and Khalid Abdul Muhammad do share such as the number 8, among others.

But none are more explicit in the  pattern of synchronicity as the number 11.

To be sure there are other esoteric and exoteric factors that were at work, including the covert organizations of the United States of America, such as the FBI and CIA, to name a few.

By no means am I dismissing those and other factors.

However it is often that which is in front of you that is often overlooked.

Such is the case, with the synchronicity between three of the most well-known members of the Nation of Islam after Elijah Muhammad and Muhammad Ali.

To be continued..



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Khalid_Abdul_Muhammad_Black_Panther_Party-768x1153Khalid Abdul Muhammad, was born on January 12, 1948 in Houston, Texas.

Khalid Muhammad expressed a profound relationship to freedom in “spirit” and “deed”.

The metaphysical analysis of his life will “bear witness” that he was aligned to esoteric signatures that reflect the “WARRIOR”.

This can be demonstrated in understanding the historical and metaphysical underpinnings of different facets involved in his birth.

Khalid Abdul Muhammad shared his birth month with other significant freedom fighters and highly symbolic events of the global Black Liberation Movement as well as the history of Islam.


In the month of January, the following luminaries and historical events of the Black struggle and Islam are acknowledged:

The founding of Haiti, the first Black Republic in the so-called Western Hemisphere on January 1, 1804.

Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863 signed the Emancipation Proclamation which freed slaves in rebel states with exception of thirteen parishes (including New Orleans) in Louisiana, forty-eight counties in West Virginia, seven counties (including Norfolk) in Eastern Virginia. Proclamation did not apply to enslaved Africans in Border States.

On January 623 begins the first calender year of the religion of Islam, which according to the Islamic calendar is expressed as 1 AH.


“AH” stands for the Latin Anno Hegirae, or ‘Year of the Hijrah’. Hijrah means “the journey” and deals with the Prophet Muhammad’s journey of escape from persecution traveling from Mecca to Medina.

The first Islamic State and establishment of the Constitution of Medina supposedly took place on January 623.

Patrice Lumumba was assassinated on January 17, 1961.

Martin Luther King, Jr. born on January 15, 1929.

Boxing legend and philanthropist Muhammad Ali born on January 17, 1942.

Great Afrikan Historian, John Henrik Clarke  born on January 1, 1915.

Khalid Abdul Muhammad’s association with the principle of Justice, Freedom Fighters and Symbols of Liberation is also evident with the names he held throughout his life.

Dr Khalid Muhammad

Khalid Abdul Muhammad was named “HAROLD MOORE, JR.” , when he was born.

Those who are familiar with history, will quickly recognize the surname MOORE, which brings to mind “MOOR” or ” MOORS”.

The Moor or the Moors refer to Africans who were prominent in history, known for their contributions to civilization and their military prowess.

The Moors ruled Spain from 711 A.D. to 1492.

Centuries later Noble Drew Ali would revive the name of the Moor, when he established the Moorish Science Temple in 1913.

We see the continuum of the presence of what is known as Islam in the different historical incarnations of the Moors.


“There are several distinct sources of the Mooring surname in Ireland. Most of the name find their roots with the Anglo-Norman “Strongbow” invasion of the 12th century. Many of these became de Mora. Others derived from the Old Irish “O Mordha,” from the word “mordha,” meaning “stately,” or “noble.” The English surname Mooring is derived from the personal name “More,” which is itself derived from the Old French word “maur,” meaning “Moor.”

The name “HAROLD” according to the experts in genealogy is derived from the Old English name  Hereweald,  which is composed of the elements here “army” and weald “power, leader, ruler”.

The meanings inherent in the given name at birth of Khalid Abdul Muhammad continued when he joined the Nation of Islam.

Khalid in Arabic means “eternal”, “everlasting” and “immortal”. The first person of note associated with the name “KHALID” was famed Muslim military leader and strategist Khalid ibn al-Walid, received the title Sayf Allah (the Sword of God), from the Prophet Muhammad. Khalid ibn al-Walid passed away in 642 A.D.,

19 years from the founding of the first Islamic State.

The name “KHALID” equals 19 when using the Chaldean -Hindu- Kabala/ Johari-Sepharial numerology cipher.

There are 19 letters in the full name “KHALID ABDUL MUHAMMAD”.

The name Abdul means “servant”.

Muhammad means “praised”.

According to Wikipedia: “In 1983, Minister Farrakhan named him Khalid after the Islamic general Khalid ibn al-Walid, a follower of the prophet Muhammad, calling him the Sword of Allah.”

The initials of “KHALID ABDUL MUHAMMAD” are “KAM”.


“KAM” is a reference to the ancient civilization of Kemet.

One source informs us that: “IN ancient times the land that is now called Egypt was called by the people, then inhabiting that part of Africa, “Kam,” a word that means “black” or “dark-colored” and referred to the dark color of the muddy soil in their land. ”

Khalid Abdul Muhammad from his biological birth and his spiritual birth when he joined the Nation of Islam, expressed a connection to “Blackness” and ancient Black civilizations,  as his initials KAM and former surname “MOORE” indicate.

Furthermore Khalid Abdul Muhammad born on January 12, 1948 is a Capricorn, whose ruling planet is Saturn. Among other properties, Saturn rules the elements of life that are Black.

There are many parallels between the life of Khalid Abdul Muhammad between the life of another expelled Nation of Islam member Malcolm X.

In both cases of Khalid Abdul Muhammad and Malcolm X, Louis Farrakhan was involved.

Khalid Abdul Muhammad’s troubles  began after the parasitic elites response to his November 29, 1993 speech at Keane College in New Jersey.

A total lunar eclipse took place on November 291993, the second of two total lunar eclipses in 1993, the first was on Friday, June 4 1993.


The month of November was also involved when problems between Malcolm X and the NOI, came to the surface in 1963.

Malcolm X on December 4, 1963, made his famous “Chicken Come Home To Roost” comments in response to a reporter’s question on the death John F. Kennedy, the 35th president who was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas.

26 days from when Malcolm X made his comments on December 4, 1963, a lunar eclipse occurred on December 30, 1963.

Khalid Abdul Muhammad and Malcolm X made their transitions during the month of February and both were buried in Ferncliff Cemetery in Westchester County, New York .

Khalid Abdul Muhammad was born closely aligned with the warrior archetypal energy. This was the case before he joined the Nation of Islam.

When Khalid Muhammad joined the NOI he ascended on an accelerated spiritual trajectory.

He like Louis Farrakhan was condemned by the U.S. Senate.

Many people forget that on June 28, 1984,  the U.S. Senate voted 95-0 to condemn Minister Louis Farrakhan. Ten years later Khalid Abdul Muhammad on February 3, 1994 by a vote of 97-0 was condemned by the U.S. Senate for his Kean College speech.

The invisible hand that is heavily present in the affairs of the world, was fashioning a new level of evil to unleash.

Khalid Muhammad passed away on February 17, 2001.

From February 17, 2001 to September 11, 2001 is a time span of 206 days.  September 11, 2001 is better known as the day of the 9-11 Attacks.

There are 206 bones in the adult human body.

The word “sacrifice” equals 206 when using the Jewish Gematria cipher.

Khalid Muhammad’s life was a sacrifice in many ways to the liberation struggle, the Nation of Islam and to the forces in opposition to justice.

“The number 206, meanwhile, is the gematria of davar (דבר), literally “word” or “thing”, and is the root of Bamidbar, “In the Wilderness”. ”

According to the Nation of Islam, they were created for the “Lost-Found Nation of Islam in the wilderness of America.”

This was a brief introduction to the warrior metaphysical archetypal energy associated with Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

Khalid Muhammad was also metaphysically rooted in Blackness, which was an important element that shaped how expressed his warrior energy.

Khalid Muhammad reflected at different times in his life similarities to other warriors such as Khalid ibn al-Walid, Louis Farrakhan and Malcolm X.

Throughout different periods of his spiritual growth, names associated with Khalid Muhammad not only embodied the warrior energy, his various names were also associated to Islam.

In Islam the number 19 is very important to the structure of the Qur’an. There are 19 letters in the name “KHALID ABDUL MUHAMMAD”.

It is my contention that for the 9-11 Attacks to take place, the Nation of Islam had to be neutralized.


While  Farrakhan may have been considered supposedly “wise”  and would not directly confront the USA, there are elements within Nation of Islam that may of been considered ” loose cannons”.

Any analysis of Khalid Abdul Muhammad would indicate that he was fearless.

It is not conclusive how Khalid Muhammad, who had knowledge of military tactics, strong appeal among young people, and who was respected among former and present gang members, would’ve reacted to conditions produced by the 9-11 Attacks.


It is that uncertainty that required the intense PSYOP operation to be waged against the Nation of Islam from 1994 to 2001.

During this time, two talented ministers- Conrad Muhammad and Khalid Abdul Muhammad- were forced out of the Nation of Islam.

The Million Man March occurred during this time period of seemingly chaos, including the aforementioned situations involving Conrad Muhammad and Khalid Muhammad, the FBI engineered a false assassination attempt on the life of Louis Farrakhan, involving  Qubilah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X.

What is eerily interesting about the fabricated assassination attempt on Farrakhan, was that the arrest of Qubilah Shabazz occurred on January 12, 1995, which was the 47th solar return/ birthday of Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

Farrakhan also announced his prostrate cancer, which was initially diagnosed in 1991, returned with a vengeance during this time.


Khalid Muhammad while becoming the leader of the New Black Panther Party, the Nation of Islam was his initial base.

Speculation will continue in the foreseeable future on the historical possibilities on what could’ve been had Khalid Abdul Muhammad was still alive and with the Nation of Islam.


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The energy of the Black Archetype 19 is strongly embedded in the spirit of Nelson Mandela.

We can readily identify the number 19 and symbolic associations with the image of the cat archetype.

Mandela’s image is in part the creation of the public relations arm of imperialist propaganda machine.

Another conduit of the constructed image of Nelson Mandela, is the myth and legend of his revolutionary status, fed by people hungry for a liberator, whether real or imagined.

The man the world has come to know as “NELSON MANDELA” has in fact several other names that he acquired throughout his journey in life.

Before he was NELSON MANDELA, Mandela was born Rolihlahla Mandela on July 18, 1918.

July 18th is the 199th day of the year. 199=1+9+9=19.

His astrological sign by the more commonly used tropical system of astrology is Cancer.

According to Chaldean numerology, the word Cancer equals 19:

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31Sy9Mw56wL._AC_SY400_Robert Nesta Marley better known as Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945.

Bob Marley was strongly linked to the expression of Black Cat 19 Archetype.

Take for instance the name “BOB”.

Using the value of each letter, according to alphabetical order BOB equals:


In his birth and passing we readily identify the number 19.

“1945” was the year Bob Marley was born.


Bob Marley as an adherent of the Rastafarian lifestyle, envisioned the archetypal creative force as JAH.

JAH equals:



Bob Marley was an Aquarius, whose ruling element is Air.

The word AIR equals:







Marley under suspicious circumstances “returned to Jah” in 1981.

“1981” equals: 1+9+8+1=19.

We see the number 19 in a major historic event involving Bob Marley & The Wailers and Zimbabwe.


On April 19, 1980, Bob Marley performed for over 100,000 people at Rufaro Stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe to celebrate their independence from colonial rule.

Bob Marley’s appearance was greeted with excitement because he was an international celebrity. “April 16, 1980″=




Marley in his life had a close connection to the number 11, which is the first Master Number in numerology.

There have been attempts to portray Bob Marley as “mixed race” due to having a white father, who rejected him and played no role in his direct socialization.

Marley was a member of the Black race and was a staunch advocate of the liberation of African people as themes in music clearly demonstrate.


Black according to numerology equals 11 for


Africa equals:



His birth on February 6, 1945 took place during the Aquarius zodiac cycle.

Aquarius is the 11th sign of the zodiac.

Bob Marley passed away on the May 11, 1981
which is also expressed as 11th of May, 1981.

May 11, 1981 is governed by the Taurus zodiac sign. TAURUS equals



The phrase “Black Cat” equals 19 when using the Chaldean numerology cipher.

The Black Cat is a spiritual archetype that can be found throughout African and world history.

The number 19 is the signature number associated with the Black Cat Archetype.

The positive expression of the number 11 vibration include but are not limited to:

Natural intelligence, higher intuition and spiritual insight, supernatural abilities, increased sensitivity, as well as empathy.

Bob Marley at the age of four read palms, and his predictions would come true.
He stopped reading palms at age 7, however, when he decided to become a singer.

Remember Bob Marley is an Aquarius, which is the 11th sign of the zodiac.

The key phrase for Aquarius is “I Know”.

The trait of empathy was seen, when Bob Marley and the Wailers Marley paid for all expenses for his historical trip to Zimbabwe, endearing him to generations later for his self-less gesture.



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Frances Cress Welsing lived from March 18, 1935 to  January 2, 2016.

The response to her passing reflected the profound impact her seminal work “The Isis Papers: The Key To Colors” had on many people from all walks of life.

Praises for her work and steadfast commitment to uplifting Black people were expressed from her peers and the general community.

On January 2, 2016 Chuck D of the legendary Hip-Hop group Public Enemy tweeted:

“RIP to the elder Dr. Frances Cress Welsing.. the inspiration behind FEAR OF A BLACK PLANET via


Chuck D would later expound on his previously expressed sentiments on November 30, 2019, when he tweeted:

“The album Fear Of A Black Planet was spawn from the seed of this Black Womans theory. Dr Frances Cress Welsing attacked racism & it’s weak philosophy with a vengeance knowing her props would be few. Hence ⁦@harryallen personally handed her a plaque. Unprecedented.”

Hip-Hop journalist Harry Allen was one of the first to make public online when he tweeted on January 2, 2016 at 8:53 a.m. :

“Dr. Frances Cress Welsing died at 5:50 am, Sat., Jan. 2, from a stroke she suffered, mid-week.

The void she leaves has no boundary.”

The great appreciation of the life of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing was expressed by Public Enemy members such as the legendary “Minister of Information” Prof Griff, who before Dr. Welsing made her transition, tweeted on December 16, 2016:




The attention that Public Enemy garnered with their use of concepts Dr. Welsing put forth was reflected in the following Los Angeles Times article :

Special Report : Public Enemy and a Psychiatrist’s Theory of Race : Review copies of ‘Fear of a Black Planet’ contain her 15-page booklet on white supremacy

April 29, 1990

Public Enemy is being put on the hot seat again.
The controversial rap group made headlines last spring when its Minister of Information, Professor Griff, declared that Jews were responsible for “the majority of wickedness” in the world. (Griff later backed away from the statement and has since left the group.)
* In January, the band released a new single, “Welcome to the Terrordome,” which prompted more uproar over lyric references to crucifixion and “so-called chosen” people that were decried as anti-Semitic by Jewish leaders. (The band’s chieftain, Chuck D, insists the lyrics referred to his treatment by the media.)
Now the band has become embroiled in another flap. When key pop critics around the country received “review” copies of the band’s new album, “Fear of a Black Planet,” which is distributed by Columbia Records, they were also sent a 15-page booklet titled “The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy).”



The booklet, written by Dr. Frances L. Cress Welsing, a Washington-based psychiatrist, “should be seen as some of the inspiration for ‘Fear of a Black Planet,’ ” said Harry Allen, the group’s Director of Enemy Relations.
That’s what bothers some critics, who were shocked by the booklet’s unusual theories about white supremacy. “It’s understandable to be frustrated and infuriated by racism,” said Entertainment Weekly music critic Greg Sandow, who referred to the booklet in his column as “a miserable new chapter” in the Public Enemy story.

“But this explanation is really loony. It’s crackpot and offensive.

You don’t know whether to laugh or weep.”

New York Daily News pop music writer David Hinckley, who said he’s writing a column about the booklet, added: “This will probably cause another controversy.

And I’m not at all sure, from my dealings with the group, that they wouldn’t welcome it.”
Reviewing the album earlier this month, Times pop music critic Robert Hilburn described “Fear of a Black Planet” as a work of “confrontational social commentary” whose title track “questions the integrity of a nation where, as Chuck D. maintains, black blood is considered impure.”

Reviewing the album earlier this month, Times pop music critic Robert Hilburn described “Fear of a Black Planet” as a work of “confrontational social commentary” whose title track “questions the integrity of a nation where, as Chuck D. maintains, black blood is considered impure.”

Welsing’s booklet couches this theory in more academic terms. She holds that racism resulted after “white or color-deficient Europeans responded psychologically with a profound sense of numerical inadequacy and color inferiority upon their confrontations with the massive majority of the world’s people, all of whom possessed varying degrees of color producing capacity.”

Among its other arguments:
* “That whites do indeed desire to have colored skin can be seen by anyone at the very first signs of spring or summer when they begin to strip off their clothes . . . in an attempt to add some color to their white, pale, colorless bodies.”
* “Whites desire sexual alliances with the ‘non-whites,’ both male and female, because it is only through this route that whites can achieve the illusion of producing color.”
* “The body area attacked during most lynchings of black males by white males is the area of the genitals where the powerful color-producing genetic material is stored.”
Welsing, who is celebrated as one of 36 “Legends in Our Time” in the current issue of Essence magazine, says her theory of pigment envy is the foundation of her general and child psychiatry practice. She has never met Public Enemy. “I’d never heard of them–I’m not a big expert on popular culture,” she said. “But I’ve talked to Harry Allen, who said the band had apparently heard some of the tapes of my lectures.”
Welsing’s Color-Confrontation theory was first published in 1970 when she was an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Howard University. She says she was subsequently denied tenure.

“It was definitely because of my political theories. I spoke with the head of the medical school who told me he felt my ideas did not make sense.”

While Welsing is delighted that Public Enemy is spreading her message, she didn’t appear surprised that some critics–in particular white critics–found the theory outlandish.

“I define racism as a global system of behavior that exists for the purpose of white genetic survival. I understand that my theory is disturbing. But science can be disturbing.

If you don’t like the truth, you kill the person who speaks it. But it’s still the truth.
“If you saw the recent cover story in Time magazine (“America’s Changing Color: What Will the U.S. Be Like When Whites Are No Longer the Majority”) you’d see my point. That was an alarm. The white people writing those stories have a real fear of genetic annihilation.”
However some critics contend that by saying racism has a genetic origin, Welsing brands all whites as racist. Not so, she says.
“I’m saying that white people must first acknowledge that something awful has been going on, just as the Germans would have to accept responsibility for what they did in the Holocaust. Unfortunately, in white America, there’s a denial among 99% of the people that anything has happened.
“If they read my book, they would see I’m asking white people to respect themselves. Because if they respect themselves, they would respect others and get along with the other people on this planet instead of killing them off.”
Allen said Wesling’s booklet was sent out with “total input” from Chuck D: “He knows everything I do.” However, the Public Enemy leader refused to comment on the booklet. CBS Records corporate publicity chief Bob Altschuler had no comment, saying he had not seen the booklet.


The band’s manager, Russell Simmons, responded: “They just read it to me–I didn’t see anything that shocked me.”
Asked if the controversial topic didn’t raise a warning signal, he replied: “ Everything they do raises warning signals. But I don’t get involved in everything they do.”

Allen defended the booklet, saying, “We drop bombs. And we don’t make any of this stuff up. We consider Dr. Welsing an important voice because of her standing in the African community, the intellectual level of her study and its lack of deference to white standards.”

Told that some critics found Welsing’s theories outlandish and crackpot, Allen replied: “Is it more outlandish or crackpot than white supremacy?

Or flipping through the TV and seeing white people every time? Or seeing white faces on every magazine cover? Or walking through Harlem and seeing poor black people for miles and miles?”
Still, the early reviews aren’t very positive. “I’ve always liked the band,” Sandow said. “But if they believe they’re part of a political struggle in this country, I can’t see how writing off all white people is going to help them.”



On January 17, 2016 there was a memorial ceremony held at Howard University, which was the institution Dr. Welsing earned her M.D. and worked as an assistant professor:


The following is from The Final Call Newspaper, written by ASHAHED M. MUHAMMAD:


Dr. Frances Cress Welsing
CHICAGO—​The life and work of renowned psychiatrist, lecturer, and author Dr. Frances Cress Welsing was celebrated February 6 at Rev. Dr. Leon Finney’s Metropolitan Apostolic Community Church in Bronzeville on the city’s South Side.
Dr. Welsing’s “Cress Theory of Color Confrontation and Racism,” and her ground-breaking work “The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors” influenced the minds of generations of Black students and thinkers.
She died in Washington, D.C. Jan. 2 after complications from a stroke. She was 80. Many came to show their love and appreciation for her work spanning decades.
Although he had only been contacted earlier that same morning by Dr. Conrad Worrill to share words and was in the midst of a busy schedule, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan said he had to make the time to speak about the woman whom he called the “Psychiatrist of the Black Nation.”
Dr Frances Cress-Welsing
I am so honored to be here with you to celebrate the precious life of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing,” said Min. Farrakhan. “She attempted the uphill road and she accomplished a golden life.
She fought the good fight and was a winner all the way along the road. She never gave up on us!
She was always there when we needed a word to uplift us because she was the psychiatrist of the Black Nation! She was the one that we in leadership, when it got a little rough, we could sit down with Dr. Welsing and she would give us the medicine that we needed so that we would get back on the road into the fight and continue,” he noted.
Min. Farrakhan said Dr. Frances Cress Welsing was among many members of the Black Nationalist community who inspired, encouraged, nurtured and protected him, when he began to rebuild the Nation of Islam and reestablish the work of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad.
In many cities, it was members of the Black Nationalist community who secured venues for him to speak and secured him.
During the service officiated by Dr. Conrad Worrill, Dr. Welsing was remembered as a courageous warrior and scholar, and a noble woman who touched many lives.
Min. Farrakhan stressed the importance of telling the youth and others about Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s works and making sure that the enemies of truth are not allowed to misrepresent her works in the area of the study of the mind and the impact of White Supremacy not just on Black people, but society at all levels.
Noting the words in the Holy Qur’an, Min. Farrakhan said because she lived her life in service to others, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing can never die.
“Think not of those who die or are slain in the way of God as dead, they are alive—the Holy Qur’an says—but you perceive not,” said Min. Farrakhan. “How is Dr. Welsing yet alive?
She’s alive in the work that she did that the grave can’t hold. She’s alive in the knowledge that she gave and the books and papers that she wrote that can feed generations to come,” he added.
Frances Cress Welsing, Isis Ascendant: Teaching Self-Respect, Reasoning and Resistance
By Dr. Maulana Karenga
Published January 14, 2016

The passing of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing (1935-2016) calls on us to pause and pay rightful homage to her—this accomplished and committed psychiatrist, activist-intellectual, author, way-opener and African woman of great weight and worth in the world.
She audaciously and defiantly inserted herself in the annals of psychiatry and behavioral science and in the resistance discourse of Black people with her controversial and influential “The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)”.
And she would, amidst continued consternation from some and increasing admiration from others, dare to extend and deepen discussion of this provocative theory in her major work The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors.
She chose Isis as the divine, moral and social image and ideal for the title of her major work.
We praise her, then, as Isis Ascendant, herself, moulder and maker of men, women and children, restorer, protector and preserver of the people; she who “admires truth and justice and made justice stronger than gold and silver”, as she states in her preface.
Through her writing and her professional practice, lectures, interviews and debates, she enriched and expanded our discussion, moving it beyond victim analysis and pioneering a bold initiative of psycho-analyzing the oppressor and his disorder and deficiencies.
And she challenged us to think calmly and rationally, develop a deep self-respect and engage in serious and sustained resistance against this psychological and social disorder which is one of the world’s most persistent and pervasive problems, racism, i.e., White supremacy.
Dr. Cress Welsing enters the progressive and radical Black intellectual tradition, then, reversing the customary order of psychiatric study, turning the focus of diagnosis, prognosis and prescription for an identified pathology on the oppressor rather than the oppressed, on the victimizer rather than the victims.
It is part of the project of the continuing search Black people have engaged in since meeting White people. Indeed, it is a constant quest for the answer to an unescapable question: what is the etiology, the ultimate source, of White peoples’ unprovoked hatred, hostility, violence and domination directed so ruthlessly and irrationally toward Black people and other people of color?
Borrowing from Neely Fuller’s work, Textbook for Victims of White Supremacy, she focuses on White supremacy as the “only functional racism in the known universe”.
She reasoned it is this globalized system of behavior and practice which opens the way to discovering the source of Whites’ behavior toward peoples of color. Moreover, Cress Welsing agrees with and cites W.E.B. DuBois’ contention that “the problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color line”. And she argues that the problem requires “an adequate analysis of the nature of the color line, the exact nature of local and global racism”, White supremacy.
Thus, she urges an “ever-increasing understanding of the behavioral phenomenon of white supremacy as a global terroristic power system”. She noted that “as a psychiatrist, my thinking tended to focus on what possible motivational force, operative at both the individual and group levels, could account for and explain the evolution of these patterns of social behavioral practice seemingly functional in all areas of human activity (economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war)”.
Cress Welsing reasoned that the drive for White supremacy, like “any neurotic drive for superiority and supremacy is founded upon a deep and pervading sense of inadequacy and inferiority”. Moreover, she contended that this profound sense of deficiency is rooted in Whites’ realization that the “quality of whiteness is indeed a genetic inadequacy or a relative deficiency, state or disease based upon the genetic inability to produce the skin pigments of melanin which are responsible for all skin coloration”.
Given that the majority of peoples of the world are people of color, Whites, she maintains, have this deep fear of genetic annihilation. Thus, Whites have “an uncontrollable sense of hostility and aggression developed defensively which has continued to manifest itself throughout the entire historical epoch of mass confrontation of whites with non-whites” or people of color.
Here Cress Welsing contends, “racism is a behavioral system for survival of white people” as well as a drive to dominate.
Although she had early identified melanin as a key concept in her theoretical framework for understanding White supremacy, she realized that it was racism, itself, in all its manifestations that had to be confronted, resisted and destroyed.
Therefore, in an interview, she states “If I had my way, there wouldn’t be all the discussion about melanin. I would say ‘discuss white supremacy’ ”. Again, then, it is racism, White supremacy as violent imposition, ideology and institutional arrangement that must be engaged and defeated.
She saw our oppression as “open warfare being waged against the Black collective”, a war which is genocidal in its intention and impact.
Although we might argue about its intention, history and daily life document its disruptive, disabling, devastating and ongoing impact.
Focusing on the struggle in Ferguson, Dr. Cress Welsing reaffirms, in the face of post-racial fantasies, the ongoing and aggressive character of racism, asserting that “all the issues that are in Ferguson are related to racism/white supremacy”, especially the constant killing of Black males and creating “living death” in various ways.
She counsels us to remember we are Africans and the standards of excellence this identity obligates and encourages us to honor. “Black people have to get in their mind frame that ‘Black’ means dignity and being serious, that people respect each other” and that “the strength of Black people (is) valuing themselves, respecting themselves and having dignity”.
And as we say in Kawaida, we must engage in righteous and relentless struggle to secure free space in which we can develop and flourish.
Thus, she says, we must: “get over fear; learn and understand what is happening; begin thinking (deep); start getting quiet so you can think; begin analyzing and planning; learn the meaning and practice of deep self-respect” and engage in “the ultimate organizing of all of the appropriate behavior necessary to neutralize the great injustice of the white supremacy power system” and bring “justice and peace to planet Earth” (emphasis mine).
Dr. Cress Welsing advises us that we must develop and direct our lives toward “the ultimate goal of liberation and justice”. Therefore, what we do in life must be evaluated by whether a given pattern of behavior detracts from or enhances our struggle for total liberation.
She states, “if the behavior detracts from the long-range objective, it must be eliminated. If the behavior enhances the achievement of the ultimate goal, it must be reinforced among the people”.
Like our foremother, Anna Julia Cooper, Dr. Cress Welsing teaches and tells us repeatedly, our struggle is a “joint struggle” with Black male and Black female.


There is no single sex or gender liberation.

Liberation is a collective concept and practice which raises up and pushes forward each and all of us.
“When both Black male and Black female take up the struggle for justice against white supremacy, they are endowed with the strongest possible (e)nsurance that they will be united” and succeed, she says. For “they are united in a common effort against injustice and simultaneously they express the strongest possible statement about respect and love for themselves as individuals”.
And “they confer on themselves the highest possible value”—by self-consciously and cooperatively winning and building the quality relationships and the ever expanding realm of human freedom, health, well-being and flourishing they want and deserve.
                                                  Tony Browder & Dr. Welsing
                                                   Neely Fuller & Dr. Welsing
6. Dr. Maulana Karenga, Professor and Chair of Africana Studies, California State University-Long Beach; Executive Director, African American Cultural Center (Us); Creator of Kwanzaa; and author of Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community and Culture and Essays on Struggle: Position and Analysis,;;
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The Kwanzaa celebration is culminated on January 1st, with the affirmation of the 7th Principle Imani, which means “Faith” in KiSwahili.

The Kwanzaa Holiday, which is strongly embedded in the energy of the number 7 vibration, shares its 7th day of celebration, with 7 countries who also celebrate their independence on the same day.

The countries that celebrate their independence on January 1st are:

Haiti, January 1, 1804

Sudan, January 1, 1956

Cuba, January 1, 1959

Cameroon, January 1, 1960

Samoa,  January 1, 1962

Brunei, January 1, 1984

Czech Republic, January 1, 1993

The concept of “Independence” is intrinsic with the understanding of “Faith” or “Imani”, its equivalent in KiSwahili.


The numerology of the word “Imani” is in synchronicity with the day it’s celebrated on the 1st, which is represented as “1”.








The connection to the number 1,  is not a mere consequence of an exercise in numerology but boldly speaks to the intended purpose of the Kwanzaa Holiday.

That intended purpose underlying Kwanzaa is that people of African ancestry become “ONE” and put themselves “FIRST”.

The notions of “becoming one”, “putting themselves first”  and “Independence” are inherent in the meaning contained in the numerology of the number 1.

According to one writer on the subject:

“The vibrational essence of the number 1 is associated with many meaningful attributes including independence, positivity, ambition, leadership, and new beginnings.”


The attributes associated with the number 1 cannot be achieved unless the individual, the particular ethnic group or nation applies the principle of Imani and demonstrates  “FAITH” in  themselves and their traditions.

The great Marcus Garvey once declared:

“If you haven’t confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life.

With confidence, you have won even before you have started. ”

The confidence Marcus Garvey is referring to, can only exist if one has a higher level understanding and application of the Imani Principle.

There is a deeper connection to the 7th day of Kwanzaa and the 7 countries whose independence on January 1st, than the day in common.

The numerology of the English translation of Imani, which is “Faith” yields other meaningful correspondences to becoming one, first and independent.

The single digit reduction of each letter in the word “FAITH” is as follows:








The 26 inherent in the word FAITH, brings us to the first day of Kwanzaa which is on the 26th of December.

Furthermore it is a metaphysical reference to the fact, that FAITH is linked to the first principle of Kwanzaa which is Umoja.

From the first day of Kwanzaa on December 26th to the last day on January 1st, which upholds the principle Imani, which in English is FAITH and equals 26, offers the message on the inter-relationship  between Umoja/Unity and Imani/Faith.

Unity is another expression of the metaphysical attribute of the number 1, which is reflected in the numerology of Imani.


The number 26 is also present with Cuba who achieved independence on January 1, 1959.

The  number 26 appears with the start of the Cuban Revolution on July 26, 1953.

The numerology of the date of Cuban independence on January 1, 1959 is as follows:

January =1,


Remember Kwanzaa begins on December 26th and the historical relationship bond Cuba has with the African Diaspora.

The number 26 carries great significance in the esoteric/occult realm, namely YHWH, the Tetragrammaton.


The Haitian Revolution fought from August 14, 1791 to January 1, 1804, embodies all principles of the Nguzo Saba, including Imani/ Faith.

The FAITH of those who participated  in the Haitian Revolution was Vodun, also known as Vodou or Voodoo.

With the Haitian celebration of  independence and the last day of Kwanzaa occurring the same day, provides an opportunity to explore the Imani/Faith Principle.

The Haitian Revolution was an example of faith in African traditions used to bring African people together to provide solutions for African people.

The numerology of the name HAITI is:









Haiti and Cuba share the same day of independence, 155 years apart.

Th numerology of 155 is 1+5+5= 11.

The number 11 is considered to be a Master Number, which brings higher intuition and spiritual insight, supernatural abilities, increased sensitivity, as well as empathy and natural intelligence. The number eleven is a sign of enormous power – both mental and physical. In addition, this is the first master number from a total of three (11, 22 and 33). This number is the root of all other master numbers.”

The impetus of the Haitian Revolution was an elevated understanding of the Imani/ Faith Principle.

The Haitian Revolution was initiated by the Bwa Kayiman Vodun Ceremony on August 14, 1791.


There is a synchronized  metaphysical relationship between 7th Principle of the Nguzo Saba, which is Imani and the 7 countries which celebrate their independence on January 1st.

This metaphysical relationship once properly understood, provides a model for how celebrants of Kwanzaa can achieve their liberation.

The occult connection of  the 7th day of Kwanzaa to the Cuban and Haitian  Revolutions, among others, clearly illustrate that FAITH in Afrikan traditions are pathway to liberation.

The words of Boukman officiating the Bwa Kayiman Ceremony remind us of this Imani/Faith Principle, when he uttered following prayer:

“The god who created the earth; who created the sun that gives us light. The god who holds up the ocean; who makes the thunder roar. Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds; who watch us from where you are. You see all that the white has made us suffer. The white man’s god asks him to commit crimes. But the god within us wants to do good. Our god, who is so good, so just, He orders us to revenge our wrongs. It’s He who will direct our arms and bring us the victory. It’s He who will assist us. We all should throw away the image of the white men’s god who is so pitiless. Listen to the voice for liberty that speaks in all our hearts.”

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Reggae music has no boundaries, like the Black Cat Archetype19, it reflects.

“REGGAE” equals 19 under Chaldean numerology and due to its esoteric composition, is also metaphysically linked with the Black Cat pantheon, namely the Lion.

On any given day, one can find upcoming as well as established Reggae artists, performing anywhere on the continent. Reggae music is being played in homes, radio stations and clubs all over Africa.

Reggae music has historically been linked to Africa.

Reggae artists have actively engaged in raising awareness about the history, culture and the geo- political issues confronting the African continent.

Africa inspired Reggae artists and in turn Reggae artists inspired Africa.

This can be clearly seen in Southern Africa during the height of the anti-colonial struggle in 1980s.

Bob Marley is forever linked to the independence of Zimbabwe.

Robert Nesta Marley, better known as Bob Marley lived from February 6, 1945 to…

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Progressive African centered Black History, has strived to provide the world with correct information and the proper perspective about the true history of Black people.

While the notion of history seen as “HIS-STORY ” has been challenged with linguistic constructs such as OUR-STORY and HER-STORY, we will examine the prevailing concept of “history” to identify inherent metaphysical properties connected to persons of African ancestry, commonly referred to as Black people.

When numerology is applied to the word “HISTORY”, we get the following:


I= 9

S= 1

T= 2

O= 6

R= 9

Y= 7



The number 42 is a very important number in the history of  African people.

One of the major surviving philosophical concepts to emerge out of Africa is MAAT, which is associated with the number 42.


Maat is an African concept that “refers to the ancient Egyptian concepts of truth, balance, order, harmony, law, morality, and justice.

Maat was also the goddess who personified these concepts, and regulated the stars, seasons, and the actions of mortals and the deities who had brought order from chaos at the moment of creation. Her ideological opposite was Isfet (Egyptian jzft)meaning injustice, chaos, violence or to do evil.”

Maat for the people of Kemet was central to all phases of life, including one’s transition to the non-material  realm.

When one passed away in Kemetic society, the soul of the deceased underwent a journey in the underworld known as Duat.

The soul of the departed had to undergo a series of trials, culminating in the “Weighing of the Heart” on a scale against the single “Feather of Maat”.

If the departed was able to successfully articulate the “42 Declarations of Purity” or “42 Declarations of Innocence”, and their heart was lighter than “Feather of Maat”, they would advance to the heavenly paradise known as Aaru.


Maat and her accompanying number 42 were not window- dressing abstractions divorced from every day society.

Maat literally governed society and it was reflected not only in the behavior of the people of Kemet and their concerns about the so-called “after-life”, the consciousness of the philosophical concept determined how the territory was organized.

In Kemet, there were 42 nomes, or provinces, 22 in Upper and 20 in Lower Kemet.

The actual ancient Kemetic term for these territorial divisions was SEPAT.


Furthermore Maat was associated with the celestial body/planet Jupiter.

The planet Jupiter rules the zodiac signs Sagittarius and Pisces.

The numbers associated with Maat including her planetary association provide a reference to “the key to the universe”.

When take the single digit expression of the number 42 associated with Maat,  we get 4+2=6.

The single digit reduction of the order each zodiac sign associated with Maat’ s planet Jupiter is as follows:

Sagittarius= 9th sign of zodiac=9

Pisces= 12th sign of zodiac=12=1+2=3.

What we have with Maat is an occult reference to the 3(Pisces), 6(Maat) and 9(Sagittarius) energy pattern spoken about by Nikola Tesla.

We can arrive at the occult reference to 3-6-9 energy pattern in another manner, using numbers relative to Maat and her planet Jupiter.

In astrology the planet Jupiter is associated with the number 3.

Maat has 42 Laws or Declarations of Innocence, 42=4+2=6.

The numerology of  the single digit reduction of “JUPITER” is as follows:










Nikola Tesla is credited with stating the following:

“If you knew the magnificence of the three, six and nine, you would have a key to the universe.”

The association with the number 42 would follow the descendants of Kemet as they pursued justice under oppressive conditions in America.

The number 42 is present in the passage of the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America, supposedly put forth to end chattel slavery after the Civil War.



In name of “integration”, Jackie Robinson was selected to play for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.

Jackie Robinson was born January 31, 1919 in Cairo, Georgia.

Cairo, Georgia was named after the city of Cairo, the capital of modern day Egypt.

Jackie Robinson’s  association with Egypt puts in perspective his wearing the number 42 jersey.

This is not imply that Jackie Robinson was aware of this connection.

It is to point out the metaphysical and historical significance of the place of Jackie Robinson’s birth, his association with the number 42 and how this was consistent with the values as well as the esoteric symbolism of Maat.


On Saturday, December 8, 2019 there was another example of the Maat 42 ™ connection, when music group Earth, Wind & Fire were among the recipients at the 42nd Kennedy Center Honors.


Earth, Wind & Fire, with their original leader Maurice White blazed the trail with highly spiritual music compositions, that contained elevated concepts that reflected the aforementioned Maat 42 ™.


This was evident not only with the excellent quality of their music, the connection to Kemet was crystal clear in the design of their various album covers.


Earth, Wind & Fire’s Maurice White had many contributions and connections to Black History, including sharing his birthday with the founder of Black History month Carter G. Woodson born on December 19th. Maurice White was born on December 19, 1941.

Carter G. Woodson, the founder of Black History Month, was born on December 19, 1875.

December 19th is governed by the 9th zodiac sign Sagittarius, whose ruling planet is Jupiter, which is associated with Maat.

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