Origin of Conscious Thought
The term “Conscious” is defined by Merriam Webster as…”perceiving, apprehending, or noticing with a degree of controlled thought or observation”. This definition serves as a litmus test for those individuals who consider themselves to be conscious, whether in the Black Diaspora or in any other school of thought. To give a clearer understanding of the importance of the texts from ancient African Wisdom let us consider the Academic Journal of Anke Graness of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna in Austria:
“The Teachings of Ptahhotep are regarded as the oldest completely preserved doctrine of wisdom. The core of the Teachings is concerned with morality, social propriety (duties towards superiors, duties towards equals, and duties towards inferiors), and respect for Ma’at as the unity of cosmos and society, order and justice…..However, the virtues Ptahhotep calls for are not only necessary for an official but also for general good behavior in God’s order: modesty, justice, generosity, self-control, truthfulness, and moderation are regarded as the ideal of human action; whereas greed, fornication, cursing, and defamation are condemned.” (Graness, 134,135)
The above writing is based on the translation of the Book of the Dead and serves as a guideline for those claiming the wisdom of Ancient Kemit or Egypt as their philosophy or guideline as a way of life. It is acceptable to have this way of governance as long as one truly does govern themselves according to such divine and peaceful principles. However, over the past decade there has been an advent of new tactics and subversive measures used by an ancient enemy, by way of deception, masquerading as “conscious” debate but in secret existing as an agent of dissent fueled by an enemy of black existence.
Book of Exodus Chapter 7: 8-11 (BIBLE, KJV)
10. And Moses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh, and they did so as the LORD had
commanded: and Aaron cast down his rod before Pharaoh, and before his servants, and it
became a serpent.
11. Then Pharaoh also called the wise men and the sorcerers: now the magicians of Egypt
they also did in like manner with their enchantments.”
The terms “wise men“, “sorcerers” and “magicians” are key nouns for describing the type of individual that is being called upon to rescue or aid the wicked ruler or Pharaoh. They are attempting to do similar enchantments as naturally done by Moses and Aaron in order to further control the people. In these verses, Pharaoh is a disbeliever in the power of the One God or the One Force and so are the wise men, sorcerers, and magicians. They believe they can actually replicate the miracles that Moses and Aaron were doing. It must be noted that these “wise men” were the scholars of that time period, modernly they would also be scholars and doctors and teachers. Sorcereris defined by Merriam-Webster as; “a person who engages in the use of power gained from the assistance or control of evil spirits especially for divining”. Pharaoh is calling upon the aid of individuals who can control the minds of people, take their anger and redirect it at another source, very interesting. A Magician is defined by Merriam-Webster as; “a person who has an extraordinary power or influence seemingly from a supernatural source“. Consequently, Supernaturalis defined as; “departing from what is usual or normal especially so as to appear to transcend the laws of nature” (Webster, 2019). These are those that wicked rulers call upon to defend themselves from the wrath of the people. They use individuals who seem to have influence over the people. Modernly we would say they were social media “influencers“.
Neutralizing coordinated activity amongst the various Black organizations can also be observed in an elusive Supreme Court Case Exhibit 10 of United States Supreme Court Case No.00-9587. This particular document is a National Security Council Memorandum #46, “Black Africa and the U.S. Black Movement“.
Under the subtitled section Governmental Policy options:
” H. Support the nomination at federal and local levels of loyal Black public figures to elective offices, to government agencies and the Court. This would promote the achievement of a twofold purpose: First, it would be easier to control the activity of loyal black representatives within existing institution; second, the idea of an independent black political party now under discussion within black leadership circles would soon lose all support”
National Security Council Memorandum #46,
Further discussed under this document’s design is a plan to control black leadership influence:
“1. Specific steps should be taken with the help of appropriate government agencies to inhibit coordinated activity of the Black Movement in the United States.
2. Special clandestine operations should be launched by the CIA to generate mistrust and hostility in American and world opinion against joint activity of the two forces, and to cause division among Black African radical national groups and their leaders.”
These words are the words of the United States Security Council on the domestic affairs of Black groups and their movements. This is a Policy of America, not a discussion. That simply means this is the American way of dealing with any black organization or group that it deems a threat to its interests. It must be noted the intense psychology into the emphasis of the causation of “division“. Division is defined by Webster as, “the condition or an instance of being divided in opinion or interest, also known as disagreement or disunity“. The governments of this world have been set on creating or fostering disagreements and disunity based upon religion, ethnicity and ideology since the inception of the enslavement process. One can understand that apparent differences would seem contentious but this recent fostering and emphasis on differences is not African, Asiatic or CONSCIOUS.
What is the REAL purpose of the Nation of Islam?
This term “Nation of Islam” has always included all of the original Asiatic Black or Indigenous people. The Supreme Wisdom lessons as taught by Master Fard Muhammad to His Servant, the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad clearly state this inclusive and unifying purpose of his teaching.
Student Enrollment (Rules of Islam) Question # 3
“3. What is the population of the Original nation in the wilderness of North America, and all over the planet earth?
-The population of the Original nation in the wilderness of North America is 17,000,000.
-With the 2,000,000 Indians makes it-19,000,000
-All over the planet earth is 4,400,000″
This unifying study, when properly understood, allows for the unification of all people of Asiatic decent. Of course, the population of the Asiatic people has since grown domestically and globally. This statistical information is reflective of the psychology of unification and inclusion. if you are a Hebrew, Moor, Sabean, Nuwapaian, Pan-African, student of the Metu-Neter, Christian, Muslim, etc… then you all are in the Nation of Islam. That is the true purpose of the Nation of Islam by name, it is a government that has all of the tribes in it.
Farrakhan is the BEST Pan-Africanist
On October 16, 2002 Dr. Ben was present when the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan was giving the Keynote address at a venue sponsored by the “National Leadership Alliance, a group of Black organizations and individuals who used the conference to launch their national campaign for the effective use of Black political and economic strength” (FCN, 2002). It was during this event that Dr. Ben Jochannan bequeathed his most prized and respected archives and library to The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan to keep for the viewing for all African peoples. He further stated that he looked all over the world for a worthy place to allow his library to reside and found the nation of Islam as the most worthy to protect the integrity of his life’s work.
“Minister Farrakhan is consistent in his positions concerning Black people. You do not find that in Black men these days because they are imposed upon by White considerations,” he said. “I have nothing but deep respect for Minister Farrakhan.”
(Dr. Yusef Ben Jochannan, 2002)
“It is very meaningful to have Dr. Ben say, ‘here, this knowledge you can preserve for our people,’ ”
(Dr. Leonard Jeffries, professor of Black Studies at City University in New York, told The Final Call) -FCN, 2002, Saeed Shabazz
It must be further noted that the introduction to Dr. Ben Jochannan was done by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan himself, during this particular Million Man March celebration. Here are the words of The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan that day, October 16, 2002:
“Brothers and Sisters, is Dr. Yusef Ben Jochannan here? The elder statesman, is the greatest living Black historian, one of our great scholars, Dr. Yusef Ben Jochannan. He wanted to say something to us and I would like us to be respectful of our Elder and hear what brother has to say….This is really today the Father of Black historical consciousness. this man more than any has written the most scholarly works on the history of our struggle. We ought to make his life as comfortable and peaceful and let him know how much we thank God for the womb that bore him and from the loins out of which this great man came, he wanted to say a word to us so let us listen…”-
(The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, Atonement Day, 2002)
It must be particularly noted that the unyielding honor and respect for elders that The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has exhibited is a demonstration of Filial Piety, the ancient Asiatic concept of respect for one’s parents, elders and ancestors. How then can The Minister be anti-Africana studies or anti-consciousness when he was entrusted with the very sacred texts of the father of Black Consciousness itself, Dr. Yusuf Ben Yochannan. Furthermore, The Minister has travelled the world, not for vacation but to unite the cause of Freedom, Justice and Equality of the Black man and Woman of North America to the people of the World. On the behalf of you and I The minister has met with President Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Dr. Hassan Al-Turabi of the Sudan, President Omar Bashir of the Sudan, President Alpha Oumar Konare of Mali, President Mohamed Taki of the Comoros, Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire, President Yahya Jammeh of the Gambia, President Jerry John Rawlings of Ghana, and many others. By international standards, The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan was officially recognized as the leader of Black in America when 2.2 million Black men came to the mall on Washington, D.C. October 16, 1995 after his call to do so.
The idea of returning to Black Consciousness entails the return to the original thinking of universal peace and social harmony. As stated earlier, according to Anke Graness of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna in Austria, “.. modesty, justice, generosity, self-control, truthfulness, and moderation are regarded as the ideal of human action; whereas greed, fornication, cursing, and defamation are condemned”, these are the oldest written ideologies surrounding Conscious thought. This is the way to true conscious thought. Let us not be a tool for the very enemies that seeks to divide and conquer us all.