Black Supremacist Cults are Behind Black American Culture — June 20, 2018


These cults are hidden in plain sight. You wouldn’t recognize them unless you know what to look for and once you do, you realize that they are everywhere.  
Common themes are anti-white racism, pedophilia, and ties to Freemasonry. These cults dominate  mainstream black culture and rap music in particular.
“The Nation of Islam preaches a sort of pseudo-Islam, which largely revolves around the concept of “the white man is the devil” and that blacks are the original people of this planet…Most of their teachings are complete nonsense, but a dangerous nonsense because they pour fuel on the flames of racial hatred in America and elsewhere in the world.”

by CR — (

timothy drewMost of these groups can be traced back to the “prophet” Timothy Drew, left, (January 8, 1886 – July 20, 1929), better known as Noble Drew Ali, founder of the Moorish Science Temple of America.  According to Wikipedia“Drew Ali reported that during his travels in Egypt, he met a high priest of Egyptian magic. In one version of Drew Ali’s biography, the leader saw him as a reincarnation of the founder.[6] In others, he claims that the priest considered him a reincarnation of Jesus, the Buddha, Muhammad and other religious prophets.[6] 
According to the biography, the high priest trained Ali in mysticism and gave him a “lost section” of the Quran…  …Chapters 20 through 45 are borrowed from the Rosicrucian work, Unto Thee I Grant, with minor changes in style and wording. They are instructions on how to live, and the education and duties of adherents.”
Take note of the influence of Egyptian magic.  It will start to make sense later.   Also note the fact that he borrowed from the Rosicrucians, an occult secret society closely related to Freemasonry.
(You can also see what Queen Anne Masonic Lodge 242 has to say on the topic.
But to make a long story short: Rosicrucianism was a significant influence on the future emergence of Freemasonry.
“Ali believed that African Americans were all Moors, whom he claimed were descended from the ancient Moabites… …He claimed that Islam was necessary to their earthly salvation and that their ‘true nature’ had been ‘withheld’ from them… …They added the suffixes Bey or El to their surnames, to signify Moorish heritage.”  Also, keep in mind the Egyptian and Rosicrucian occult practices played a large role in this cult.”



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