The Moabitess Woman Is The Most Respected And Admired When She Is Reflecting Her Higher Self

December 10th, 2013  

Before European colonization, westernization, being held as slaves, adopting customs that was not ours, being classified as Second Class Citizens, the melanated women, properly the Asiatic, Moslem and Moorish women of the western hemisphere was highly respected in society, government and throughout the world. In modern times all we see on TV, the News and internet websites are so called indoctrinated house wives; viral videos of young girls and women beating, attacking, fighting and yelling at one another and being shown to the world as a savage being. Our women are being broadcast to the world as being lonely, bitter, argumentative, anti-social and nothing but a sexual objective that can be misused and abused. We who know better know this is not the case. This kind of propaganda is one sided and there is a positive side and a very divine side to the Moorish woman. Today the Moorish women are labeled, classified, identified or “described” as Black, Negro, Colored, Ethiopian, West Indian, Native American, Native Indian, American Indian, Amerindian, Black Indian, Latino, Mexican, Afro American, African American, First People, First Nation, Original People, Asiatics, Aboriginal, Indigenous, Paleo, Pre-Adamite, Autochthon, etc. women.

In a book called “Encyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America” edited by Rosemary Skinner Keller, Rosemary Radford Ruether and Marie Cantlon; there was a section on the women of the Moorish Science Temple of America. In the book it states:

“In addition to directing activities inside and outside the community, women in the Moorish Science Temple of America worked to establish stable religious homes with a focus on morality. Moorish women were careful about their appearance, fastidious about the upkeep of their homes, and loving, protective mothers. They also were activists in the black community, contributing as volunteers in women’s shelters, nursing homes, and soup kitchens. With the uniqueness of the names, Bey or El, with their heads wrapped in seven yards of cloth, usually red, these women were conspicuous when they worked as maids in the late 1920s and 1930s. They quickly gained a reputation for being prompt, efficient, and honest. Because they did not drink, smoke, or gamble, their integrity was above reproach and even earned them respect. In the year 2000, there are Moorish Science Women. Their surnames and head wraps still identify them.”

It is also well documented in ancient times how the Moorish women were wise, held many positions in society, government, had endless freedom in the Moorish Empire compare to other kingdoms and nations and some Moorish women were even rulers known in history as Sultanas. So what happen to our Moorish women? Our Moorish lessons teaches us through sin and disobedience and by not honoring the creed and principles of our ancestors our great Moorish nation fell. Of course within that nation is the men and women, however when the women fell, the nation fell even harder because the women produces the male and female children within her womb. Our Moorish lessons show us that the child is as perfect as the mother is. This is why we continue to thank the founder of our movement, Prophet Noble Drew Ali for bringing to the lost Moorish nation, the men and especially the women divine instructions to set our home and daily life back in order.

Our Moorish 101 questions shows there are two aspect of self, a Higher-self and a Lower-self. Known to some as God and Devil, angels and demons. Meaning, if we do anything bad, it is our fault, no one is to blame but self for what we choose to do. But our Higher-self can balance all the wrongs and sinful ways. In a simple way, your Higher-self is you at your best; when you are balanced and peaceful with all that surrounds you. The Lower-self is the chaotic, destructive, turmoil, drama, karma filled and miserable part of self.

#70. What is the Higher-self? The Higher-self is the Mother of virtues and the harmonies of life, and breeds Justice, Mercy, Love and Right.

#73. What does the Lower-self breed? Hatred, Slander, Lewdness, Murders, Theft, and everything that harms.

Try your best to look up the words mentioned in questions 70 and 73 and see if you are familiar with them or can recognized what they are describing. Besides the ancient and divine principles of Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom and Justice; there are many divine instructions waiting for the young and grown Moorish women in our lessons so they can rise back to that high level of excellence and nobility that ancient and modern history knows them for. You can find out more by calling our conference call that are done LIVE every Sunday at 7:30 PM Eastern, listen to the recording, send your questions in and join our Moorish School of Law and History to learn more. If women value themselves and value other women then the mothers of civilization that was drowning in the cares of the world will rise to higher heights, and so will the men, the whole nation and all of humanity.

“Have a deeper appreciation for womanhood.” – Prophet Noble Drew Ali in Moorish Leader’s Historical Message To America

“In the spring of thy youth, in the morning of thy days, when the eyes of men gaze on thee with delight, and nature whispereth in thine ear the meaning of their looks; ah, hear with caution their seducing words; guard well thy heart, nor listen to their soft persuasions. Remember thou art made man’s reasonable companion, not the slave of his passion; the end of thy being is not merely to gratify his loose desire; but to assist him in the toils of life, to soothe his heart with thy tenderness and recompense his care with soft en-dearments.” – Moorish Holy Koran 21:2-3

“She is clothed with neatness, she is fed with temperance; humility and meekness are as a crown of glory circling her head.” – Moorish Holy Koran 21:7

She informeth the minds of her children with wisdom; she fashioneth their manners from the examples of her own goodness.” – Moorish Holy Koran 21:20

“But when virtue and modesty enlighten her charms, the luster of a beautiful woman is brighter than the stars of Heaven and the influence of her power it is in vain to resist.” Moorish Holy Koran 20:6

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