Today the world believes that Solomon was a great king. As a matter of fact he is generally
known as King Solomon. It is generally known that he ruled over a United Kingdom of Judah and Israel.
Most of what is generally known about Solomon today is mainly based on what is derived
from his story as told in the Bible. The story of Solomon is not as detailed in the Qur’an as it is in the Bible and
Muslim scholars have resorted to filling in the gap with the details from the Biblical story.
In this book I am not actually against the Semitic nature of the story of Solomon. I
did admit that Solomon is more or less a Semite. The story of Solomon is therefore a Semitic story.
I am, however, of the opinion that Solomon was an Israelite and not a Jew. In this modern
times there is always a tendency among Biblical students and scholars alike to overlook the fact that the Jews and the Israelites
were two different nations of peoples who had nothing in common until they were forced into a United Kingdom by the very powerful
Solomon was originally an Israelite king, but the expansion and rapid growth of Solomon’s
kingdom led to its subjugation of and merger with the Jewish kingdom of Judah. Then Solomon became an emperor ruling over
both Israel and Judah.
I, however, argued throughout this book that even though Solomon was an Israelite, Solomon
was not the type of Israelites that exist in the world today: Solomon was not a White Israelite and Solomon was not born,
lived, flourished or died in the Middle East.
I minded and proved in this book that in ancient times the Israelites and the Jews were
both Black African Negro peoples who lived in the very heart of Black Negro Africa. In fact I proved in this book that the
present Black Negro Africans of West Africa are the direct descendants and remnants of the ancient Black African Negro Jews
and Israelites referred to by both the Bible and the Qur’an.
Te ancient kingdom or nation of Israel mentioned by both the Bible and the Qur’an
was a Black African Negro nation located in the very heart of Black Negro Africa.
I also declared that even the kingdom of Judah mentioned in both the Bible and the Qur’an
was a Black African Negro nation located in the heart of Africa.
It is to this note that I heeded in great details and demonstrated the fact that Solomon
was a Black African Negro emperor who was born, lived, flourished and died in the very heart of Black Negro Africa.
I also quoted and had regard to the famous ‘Black and Comely’ verse in which
King Solomon described himself as a Black African Negro in the Bible. I actually furnished many verses from both the Bible
and the Qur’an to prove and demonstrate the fact that Solomon was a Black African Negro.
The story of Solomon as told in both the Bible and the Qur’an is a Black Negro
African story which took place right in the heart of Black Negro Africa.
Albeit, and despite the fact that Solomon was a Black African Negro emperor who was
born, lived, flourished, and died in Black Negro Africa, Solomon was a world emperor who ruled over a worldwide empire much
more powerful and more established than the Great Britain world empire of the twentieth century.
I also took into view, in great details, that the emergence and spread of the Semitic
races over the entire world was consummated by Solomon the Semitic world emperor.
It was during the reign of Solomon that the spread of the Semitic peoples out of Africa
to all other parts of the world took place. It was Solomon who planted Semitic colonies in various parts of the world.
In this book I also kept in sight several other aspects of the life and times of Solomon.
I stated that Solomon was a very religious and very spiritual person much more than the world generally assumes today.
The spiritual powers of Solomon were also expressed in his ability to fluently communicate
with the Jinns and other spiritual beings. In fact the worldwide sovereignty of Solomon as a world emperor was not just over
human beings but also over the Jinns and over other beings including animals.
I took into account the metaphysical and spiritual powers of Solomon. But then I also
represented, in this context, that the science of extra-specie communication with other beings was a prevalent and common
science that was practiced not only by Solomon but by so many others of his contemporaries. The only special peculiarity concerning
Solomon is that he was outmatching in this science of extra-specie communication.
I also borne in mind the power and influence exercised by Solomon over the Jinns. It
is a general discussion of the relationship and interaction of Solomon with the Jinns.
Solomon commanded and ordered the Jinns to carry out a lot of assignments that would
have normally been impossible for human beings to carry out.
I also professed that the Jinns played some part in the interaction between Solomon
and the Queen of Sheba. But I emphasised that the Queen of Sheba was a human being through and through - she was neither a
Jinn nor half a Jinn as is narrated by some fictional love stories that are floating around the Muslim world.
A major section of this book is also dedicated to a detailed discussion on the identity
and the true story of the Queen of Sheba.
Sheba was an ancient Black Negro African nation located in the heart of Black Negro
Africa. I put forth the fact that even in relatively recent historical times the whole of Africa was known as Sheba.
I also demonstrated the fact that the names Sheba, Saba, Sabbath, Habasha, Abyssinia
and Ethiopia are one and the same ancient name of the whole of Black Negro Africa. The seeming differences in the pronunciation
of the names derive from dialectal and linguistic differences.
I recked on in great details and proved the fact that the Queen of Sheba was a Black
African Negro woman who was born, lived, flourished and died here in the heart of Black Negro Africa.
I did admit that the Queen of Shaba and Solomon did meet and got married. This, of course,
meant a merger of the United Kingdom of Judah and Israel with Sheba.