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The 150 Books of Dr. Ndagi Abdullahi

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Virtually everything that is conventionally known about the Prophet Moses today derives mainly from modern mankind’s interpretation of the story of Moses as narrated in the Semitic scriptures in the form of the Bible and Qur’an.

The combined information as is derived and interpreted by the scholars of these Semitic scriptures is to the effect that Moses was an Israelite or a Jewish leader who was born and brought up in Egypt right in the palace of the Pharaoh. The story then goes on to the effect that Moses actually became instrumental in the liberation of the Israelites from bondage and servitude to the Egyptians. According to this story, Moses was responsible for the return of the Jews back to their homeland in Canaan.

I, however, examined intently in this book that virtually the whole of this story about Moses is wrong and false. This story, I point out, is a misinterpretation of the true identity of Moses as narrated in both the Qur’an and the Bible.

I do accept that Moses was once upon a time a historical figure that was born, lived, flourished and died on the face of this very planet earth. But I demonstrated that the true identity of the real Moses who once lived on this planet earth is completely different from the identity of Moses as is being currently portray to modern mankind by the scholars and students of the Semitic scriptures.

I demonstrated in this book that almost all the glaring aspects of the story of Moses as is known to modern mankind are wrong and false. Starting from the beginning I demonstrated and proved that Moses is not a Jew.

I also scanned the fact that Moses was not born, lived, flourished or died in the Egypt of the Nile delta in North Africa.

I also scrutinized in exhaustive details that Moses did not lead the Israelites or the Jews on any gargantuan Exodus out of Egypt into Canaan.

In fact I refuted almost every major feature that is associated with the life and times of Moses.

After all these refutations and explosion of the story of Moses I then embarked on a exhaustive reconstruction of the true story and real identity of Moses is.

First and foremost I proved and demonstrated in exhaustive details that Moses was a Black African Negro. I also set right that Moses was a world super power emperor who ruled over the whole world millions of years ago. Sigmund Freud, the founder of the science of Psychoanalysis, also wrote a whole book in proving that Moses was a Black African Negro emperor. Remember that Sigmund Freud was himself a German Jew.

Moses did not lived some three thousand or so years ago as is wrongly believed by most people today. The wrong derivation of information and the misinterpretation of the stories narrated in the Semitic scriptures is what has led to the gross miscalculation of the age in which Moses lived.

I defended the Semitic scriptures of the Bible and the Qur’an by proving that the wrong information on the identity of Moses which is prevalent all over the world today can not be blamed on the stories narrated about Moses in either the Bible or the Qur’an. I corrected the fact that the Bible and the Qur’an in themselves did not furnished all the misleading details and minutiae that are responsible for the Semitization and localization of Moses as a local Jewish leader who transited between the Egypt of the Nile delta and the Sinai desert.

It is the misinterpretation of the stories of Moses as told in the Bible and the Qur’an that has led to the wrong and fictitious portrayal of Moses as a local Jewish leader confined to the Nile delta and the Sinai desert.

This problem arose from the fact that the Bible and the Qur’an were revealed among the Semitic peoples. Even though both the Bible and the Qur’an were telling the stories of a Black African Negro Moses who lived, ruled and died in Africa millions of years ago, the Semitic peoples among whom the both the Bible and the Qur’an were revealed immediately misinterpreted the story of both the Bible and the Qur’an in Semitic and local geographical terms.

I emphasise that a contextual reading of the Bible and the Qur’an will reveal the fact that Moses is not all these wrong information that has been popularised over the world as ‘Moses’.

A contextual reading of the Bible and the Qur’an will readily confirm the fact that the Moses of the Bible and the Qur’an is different from the popular Moses that is found in the Semitic traditions and mythologies.

To re-emphasise the fact that Moses was a Black African Negro world super emperor who ruled the entire world millions of years ago I opened the eyes of the honourable reader to the fact that strikingly parallel stories of a Black African Negro emperor in the form of Moses is to be found in the traditions and mythologies of all the peoples from all parts of the world.

I went round the entire world and showcased unmistakable parallels of the ancient traditions, mythologies and scriptures of the Egyptians, the Babylonians, the Europeans, the Indians, the Chinese, the Japanese, the Africans, and all other peoples from all other parts of the world.

Moses was a worldwide phenomenon and was not a local Jewish or Israeli prophet.

I also considered, in great details, that the Egypt of the Nile delta in North Africa is not the same as the Egypt mentioned in both the Bible and the Qur’an. I demonstrated that, as a matter of fact, the both the Bible and the Qur’an did not mention Egypt at all. Both the Bible and the Qur’an only made continuous references to Mizraim, Misra, Masar, or Masara.

But Masara is not the same as Egypt. I then took all the time to demonstrate in a major section of this book that the Masara mentioned in both the Bible and the Qur’an was an ancient worldwide civilization that once dominated the entire world millions upon millions of years ago. The headquarters of this global worldwide Masara civilization was located in West Africa right in the heart of Black Negro Africa and West Africa was therefore known to the rest of the world as Masara, Masar, Misra or Mizraim.

It was in this Masara nation of West Africa that Moses was born and brought up. It was from this West African Masara that Moses fled with the ancient Israelites, who were West African Black African Negroes, to Canaan which was another ancient nation located in the heart of West Africa.

I gave my mind to in great details the fact that the true Jews and Israelites were separate nations of Black African Negroes who lived in the heart of Africa millions of years ago. The true Jews and Israelites never ever lived in the Egypt of the Nile delta or the Canaan land of the Middle East.

The Canaan mentioned in the Bible was an ancient nation of Black African Negro people located in the heart of Africa millions of years ago.

I also overhauled the fact that the famous Exodus mentioned in both the Bible and the Qur’an has also been wrongly portrayed in Semitic forms that are far from the truth of what actually happened. The Exodus was a West African of Israelites fleeing from one West African nation of Masara to another West African nation of Canaan. The Exodus never took place across the Red Sea.

I then concentrated my attention on a contextual reading of the stories contained in the Bible and the Qur’an.

Starting with the Qur’an, I demonstrated that the story of Moses as contained the Qur’an, when carefully analysed, will show the fact that the true story of Moses as contained in the Qur’an is far different from the popularised Semitic traditional versions that the world has been made to believe to be the story of Moses.

The modern portrayal of the story of Moses by the Muslims is actually nothing but a re-interpretation of the true of Moses as told in the Qur’an in a Biblical form. The rather skeletal story of Moses as told in the Qur’an has been over bloated with Semitic details culled from the Bible by Muslim scholars.

If the modern story of Moses as told in the Muslim world is to be divested of all elements of Biblical embellishment, and if only the Qur’anic verses are to be strictly abide by in the narration of the story of Moses, one will be shocked to see the fact that the story of Moses as told in the Qur’an is very different from the story of Moses as is narrated in the Bible and other traditions of the Jews.

The problem with the modern story of Moses as is current in the Muslim world is that Islamic scholars have relied heavily on Biblical and Jewish traditions to emboss the measured and rather skeletal story of Moses as truly narrated in the Qur’an.

I emphasise that the story of Moses as is current in the Muslim world today should be totally stripped of all the Biblical and Jewish traditional influences that have distorted the true story of Moses as told in the Qur’an into an unrecognizable Jewish fable.

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