The Flag of Islam
By Elijah Muhammad
Published by Secretarius MEMPS
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Published: Aug. 13, 2011
Words: 8,448 (approximate)
Although this is a small book, it's packed with profound truths that transcends time and geography. The symbolism is simplistically explained.
For thousands of years, the people who did not have the knowledge of the person, or reality of God, worshipped their own ideas of God. He has been made like many things other than what He really is.... We therefore can reason that if we don't know the Creator, then we don't understand His Creation or the laws and principles that govern it. All prophets, sages, gurus and persons of knowledge was, is and shall be governed and subject to these laws; this should clue us in on the fact that these same natural laws of the Creator can serve as a criteria or standard of judgment.
If what you believe doesn't correspond to this standard - which transcends time and geography - it has no place in it. In other words, the only way a person can walk on water is symbolically or the water would have to be ice; otherwise, it doesn't correspond to the Creator's law governing this creation. It then fits into the category of untruths. This book teaches you about the house rules.
, elijah muhammad
, fard muhammad
, nation of islam
, muhammad speaks
, supreme wisdom
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Mosi Kwame Ambilikile
on Dec. 30, 2011 :
A truth unheard of as well as profound. Words to ponder over and grow in consciousness at the same time. It is a must read and study to understand what has been kept back from us the knowledge of us and the true nature of a black people.
(reviewed long after purchase)