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Sunday, March 3, 2019

The Gospel of Michael Jackson & The CruciFiction in Neverland

They build you up only to tear you the fuck down. That’s my thought on all of the clamor and hype surrounding the HBO mockumentary, Leaving Neverland, which explores Michael Jackson’s alleged sexual abuse of two men while they were children at his Neverland ranch.

The allegations leveled against Jackson have been proven false, so that’s the angle I’m running with as it relates to the king of modern entertainment. Although Jackson is called “The King of Pop” he was a genre-bending R&B virtuoso who could make gritty rock (Dirty Diana) or smooth electro-funk (“Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough).

“Pop” is not an actual genre of music. There is no distinct song structure, combination of instruments, or arrangement of melody, that distinguishes a “pop” record from other genres of music on a fundamental level.

This false designation for “pop music” is part of a sustained effort by capitalist media companies to create an artificial musical hierarchy based on who, and what, is most lucrative to white-owned commercial institutions. A pop artist is a sacrificed offering on the blood-stained altar of the music industry. Before pop artists are offered to the money gods for ritual sacrifice their necks are popped, their blood is drained from their lifeless veins, and then they’re consumed by the hungry mob.

What we typically call pop music is a 3-4 minute commercial that doesn’t sell any products. Instead, it sells a consumer lifestyle or curious social agenda that has been fostered by social engineers. It’s a sexy and seductive form of propaganda that is playfully made to appear as if it is art for the sake of art, but it really isn’t. Everything about it is cloak and dagger.

In Hebrew Gematria the word “pop” has a numerical value of 166 which is also the value for “Kether” which means “Crown” in Hebrew. In the Judaic cultural tradition words that share the same numerical value are synonymous with one another no matter how far removed from each other they may appear to be at the surface. Gematria is a universal algorithm that shows us The Internet of Things.

The King of Pop is therefore the King of Crowns which makes him the King of Kings who is ultimately sacrificed for the eternal life of the capitalist economic power structure. Until Michael Jackson released his debut solo album the music industry was in the midst of fiscal trials and tribulations. Folks were hitting the clubs heavy, but they were not buying albums. Then Michael Jackson released Off the Wall

He fed the multitude with the spiritual fish that traveled through his infectious sound waves. That was in 1979. By 1993, when child molestation allegations first surfaced, he was being crucified by the high priests of media and their corporate sponsors. The new HBO mockumentary is intended to be the mythical Spear of Destiny that pierces the flesh of the crucified Christ.

Capitalism didn’t begin with the African Slave trade. That holocaust was an effect of a cause. Like many other culturally influential things, Capitalism began with a book. It wasn’t Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, either. It was the New Testament of the Bible, which teaches you that your salvation must come at the horrific demise of another being.

After centuries that moral ethic gave us capitalist plantation owners who terrorized African slaves. It also gave us wealthy C.E.O.s who run nonunionized employees into the ground for a minimum wage that doesn’t even allow workers to pay their rent. The number of people who are working , but are still homeless, is growing across every major city in the U.S.  The worker is exploited (crucified), so that wealthy men without a conscience may have everlasting life.

In the Bible the King of Kings feeds the multitude with two fishes. As reflected in Gerald Massey’s book The Historical Jesus and The Mythical Christ, this meal symbolizes the spiritual food inherent to the astrological Age of Pisces, not literal food on a dinner plate. The zoomorphic imagery associated with Pisces are two fishes facing opposite directions.

The mythological Christ who tells us that we must become like children to get into Neverland (Matthew 18:3) is the designated prophet of the Piscean Age. The Neverland of J.M. Barries’ fictional Peter Pan-centered literature is a metaphor for the Judeo-Christian heaven that believers still look forward to after they die.

The Leaving Neverland documentary initially aired on March 3 in the astrological season of Pisces. This is not by coincidence. Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is an ode to the home of the fictional Peter Pan who lives there. Furthermore, Neverland Ranch is in Santa Barbara, California which is named after the Catholic Saint Barbara, who like Christ, is regarded as a martyr for the church.


                                  Peter Pan

The name “Peter” in “Peter Pan” comes from the name “Ptah,” the Kemetic deity who is often shown cloaked in fish scales, which further connects us to Piscean imagery. The oldest statues of Ptah depict him as a dwarf, so he initially had a child-like frame like the fictional Peter Pan character. Also the astrological sign of Pisces governs the feet, which are critical to the Moonwalk, that made Jackson a world-wide legend in the realm of dance.

When Jackson was born his moon was in Pisces. This speaks to his ability to tap into the deep emotional reservoir of humanity with his music because he ran the gamut of these very same emotions in his daily life on earth.

The name for “fish” in Hebrew is “Nun.” In the Phoenician alphabet that preceded old Hebrew, Nun is also a letter that resembles a lightning bolt, a photonic flash of energy that descends from the heavens. Dogon cosmology informs us that the fish-like entities, the Nommo, descended from the heavens because they were banished. According to Christian mythology Lucifer fell from heaven in the instant flash of a lightning bolt that resembled the number 777.

Michael Jackson was a Virgo, and in the domain of Christian astro-theology, Virgo represents the angel Lucifer at the height of his favor with God before the great fall. This is what you’re seeing when you look at MJ wearing light-bearing rhinestones in his “Rock With You” music video. With the green light of Venus shining behind him, he’s a man at the height of grace, considering challenging for the throne. Libra signifies Lucifer after his Fall from Grace, which is why Libra inaugurates the Fall season. Virgo and Libra are ruled by Venus, “The Morning Star” of the celestial sphere.

In the old Hebrew alphabet Nun is also a letter, and it has a numerological value of 50. Michael Jackson was 50-years-old when he transitioned on June 25, 2009. Instead of a lightning bolt in the Phoenician alphabet the letter nun resembles a serpent. It is widely believed that the serpent in the Garden of Eden that spoke to Eve is none other than the Fallen Angel Lucifer.

The mythological Christ and Lucifer are one and the same. They share the same numerical equivalent in simple gematria and they are both known as “The Morning Star.”  In Europe’s Holy Grail mythology the grail is believed to be the cup used by Christ during the Last Super, but it is also believed to contain the jewel from the crown of the Fallen Angel Lucifer, “Lapis Exilis.” Which rendering is true? Perhaps both. I’ll explain later.

Throughout his adult life Jackson—who wore the number 777 on one of his jackets—was the mourning star who mourned the loss of his childhood. As a little boy his dad forced him to focus on his career instead of just being a normal child.

The name “Lucifer” literally means “light bearer.” I broke the name “Lucifer” down in detail in my book, The Treasures of Darkness: Living Jewels for Spiritual Resurrection. Lucifer is a highly melinated empathic being. In another sense, Michael was figuratively the “light bearer” of our time because he was an international icon who carried a disease over the better part of his adult life called vitiligo that made his skin light.

Some readers may be asking themselves why I am filtering Jackson’s professional legacy through the lens of Jewish mysticism. My answer is that every soul has its own song. We simply dance to the beat of its infectious drum. Michael’s beat (his personal mythology) is Judeo-Christian. The Bible is the HTML (Hebraic Textual Magic Language) source code that undergirds the collective cultural program for people, places, and things in Western civilization.

Besides the fact that the music and film industries that Jackson was a part of are by and large coordinated by Jewish executives, it is important to understand that the entertainment industry is also dominated by the Judaic Messianic narrative which is at the heart and soul of Jewish Theater Sorcery.  It manipulates the unified mediums of music, writing and moving images to influence human perception on a global scale.

Let’s put something in perspective. Leaving Neverland aired right after a week of international news stories involving an 
internet character named Momo ran. Momo has been terrorizing young children across the globe while they are watching children’s videos on YouTube.

Based on the platform’s algorithm, the video of Momo appears in between innocent children’s videos persuading them to commit suicide. Momo also tells them that if they reveal his identity to adults he will come into their rooms while they are sleeping and kill them. Momo is  actually a caricaturized depiction of Michael Jackson in his later years as an abuser of children. A caricature, not to be confused with a character, is an extreme exaggeration of a persons actual appearance. Compare the photos below for yourself and draw your own conclusion.

The whole Momo fiasco is designed to make young children subliminally afraid of Michael Jackson and shy away from his musical legacy. In Hebrew gematria the name Momo has a numerical value of “92” which corresponds to the Hebrew word “Pachad” which means “Projected Fear.” Momo’s whole purpose is to spread fear among innocent young children to tarnish Jackson’s legacy. Momo is a deviant Nommo, teaching the ways of Death instead of life. Also the true Nommo of Dogon lore are androgynous beings and Michael Jackson was as androgynous as they come. When we decrypt an encrypted evil intelligence we strip it of its power.

In ancient Kemet’s distant past, the netcher Set was a hero. There is a story about him boldly defending Ra from the serpent Apep. However he is most recognized today as the first villain in a religious text. Like I said earlier, folks will build you up, only to tear you the fuck down at a later time. Media Sorcery can make disciples once believed to be loyal turn their back on the Christ, declaring “I never knew him.”

The Jewish Messiah is arguably the world’s first celebrity. The very concept of celebrity is rooted in the narcissistic notion that only one man or woman adds unreciprocated value to a multitude of other men and women of lesser drive, skill, initiative, and intelligence.  

The celebrity as a divine archetype is what is fundamentally at the core of the Messianic motif in Judeo-Christian mythology as we have culturally observed it through media. Its underpinning value is that only one man can shine at a time until they are sacrificed for the greater good, and another nice guy takes his place on the cross, which is a revolving door of human sacrifice.

        Prelude to the crucifixion via Theater Sorcery   

The HBO cable network airing Leaving Neverland is owned by AT&T, which owns multiple media platforms including streaming services. Michael Jackson’s music publishing is owned by Sony/ATV, which is the world’s leading music publishing company. I wouldn’t be surprised if AT&T acquires Sony/ATV in the near future. In attacking Jackson’s legacy, which is a prized asset of Sony/ATV, it compromises the net worth of the entire company, which makes it more vulnerable to being purchased than it was before the smear campaign.

Hebrew gematria allows us to accurately identify the role and function of each person or corporate entity within the mythos of the persecuted Messiah, which is a decidedly Judeo-Christian archetype. The biblical story of the crucified Messiah was constructed from ancient Greek tragedy literature filtered through the dramatization of celestial phenomena like the rising and setting of the sun. As a literary genre, the Greek tragedies of Hellenic literature are forerunners to modern horror movie franchises like Friday the 13 and Nightmare on Elm Street.

Jackson’s greatest selling album is “Thriller”. A thriller is a sub-genre of the horror movie. If you listen to Jackson’s album title track “Thriller” with your heart you will discover that the song is really about the resurrection of a people that the world thought was left for dead.

At the 1:24 mark of the song Jackson says “You close your eyes and hope that this is just imagination. But all the while, you hear a creature creeping up from behind; you’re out of time, ’cause this is THRILLER.” Thriller the song is about YOU and your rise from ignorance and mental death. Vincent Price’s vivid monologue at the end of the song could easily be a colorful description of a Nat Turner slave rebellion.

The entire Thriller album musically articulates the Christ myth. “Billy Jean,” is about the Virgin Mary’s birthing of the Christ from Joseph’s perspective: “She’s just a girl claiming I am the one, but the kid is not my son.” Well, of course. The Christ is called “The Son of God” not the son of Joseph. The kid is not Joseph’s son. The song “Beat It” is about the frauds and con artists that Christ drives out of the temple.

Thriller is essentially a gospel album about resurrection, and the resurrection of the Christ is a metaphor for the long-awaited rise of a people. Jackson’s musical catalog is a celebration of the human spirit and the soundtrack to our greatest human experiences. The imagination is the lucid vision emanating from the heart.  Jackson inspired us to follow the gleam of our own light spectrum. For that, I am very grateful. Michael Jackson has risen and the moon is dancing.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Paschal Beverly Randolph: Will the real DOCTOR STRANGE please Stand Up?

Yesterday, I saw the new Dr. Strange movie in 3D. It was a very good film! If you read and enjoyed Reginald Crosley's book “The Vodou Quantum Leap,” I strongly recommend that you see it. That book explores the Shadow Matter Realm inhabited by what one might call intelligent expressions of dark energy. The Dr. Strange film explores this theme through Dormammu, Lord of the Realm of Darkness.  

In one particular scene, the film also highlighted the power of looped samples in hip hop music. Huh? What? It was done in a very clever and subtle way that didn’t focus on ANY music—although the power of music is a reoccurring theme throughout the film!

To see what I’m talking about you would have to pay attention to the principles being conveyed to you through the scenes and not get too caught up in the violence and special effects. A crafty hip hop producer can hold eternity hostage through the skillful looping of samples. I really like Apollo Brown's work over the last few years. But what does it even mean to hold eternity hostage within the context of this movie scene? 

The only way that you can experience eternity is to experience the full power of the present moment. When you experience a sexual orgasm, you are experiencing eternity, eternal life within the blink of an eye. When you repeatedly loop the past (through an old music sample, for instance) you dismantle eternity and collapse the present by creating a stream, a constant flow of consciousness that occupies the past, the present and the future all at once. A man who  can freestyle over any beat given to him is only able to do so because he has submitted to the stream instead of trying to impose his will on it.

When a rapper has an activated heart chakra—which we can hear in how they passionately express their love for the art of rapping—they possess the stamina and flexibility needed to ride the waves of the beat, and work with the looped sample. As The Ancient One told Dr. Strange in the movie, you cannot beat a river into submission. You must become one with it, and let it take you where it takes you. When you do this you are leading with your heart, as opposed to your intellect. 

The Ancient One in the film is a Celtic woman who bears a striking resemblance to singer Sinead OConnor. The Celts, who share cultural elements with the Brahmins of India, revered The Green Man who is a personification of the world soul. Within the Indus Valley’s spiritual tradition, the heart chakra is also associated with the color green. Additionally, the color green is synonymous with the Morning Star, Venus, which rules over Libra. The films villain, Kaecilius, is grafted from The King of the Fall, Iblis (Lucifer) of the Quran, but I wont get into that.

One of my favorite Librans is Rosicrucian author Paschal Beverly Randolph. Randolph was an African American occultist who pretty much laid the general foundation for what has become Western Occultism. Although I haven't researched it, theres no doubt in my mind that the Dr. Strange character is a white-washed version of the original Classic Man. 

When I mentioned this on my Facebook page one of my peers, Shaka Guru Dyn, reminded me that Randolph was a medical doctor, just like Dr Strange is. Randolph was born in New York City, which is exactly where Stranges Sanctum Sanctorum is located in the comic books. Are these all coincidences? Look at the pictures of Dr. Strange and Paschal Beverly Randolph and you be the judge.

           The Sorceror Supreme Paschal Beverly Randolph

                                                    Dr. Strange

Also, Strange weaves in and out of dimensions by using  Randolph’s “Volantia” technique, which involves training the will. You can learn more about Volantia for yourself by reading Randolph’s own words right HERE. There’s a lot more that I can say, but I’ll let you fill in more blanks. If you are a student of the spiritual sciences who enjoys a good movie, then I think you’ll enjoy, Dr. Stange in 3D.

Friday, September 4, 2015

A.A. Rashid Presents: The Blackest Bible You Never Seen

If 24 hours separates an intellectual paradise from an ecclesiastical purgatory, then The Blackest Bible You Never Seen is a Day Up from hell.

Heaven is a relative state of mind, and in his latest E-Lecture the Qabala god, A.A. Rashid, escorts his viewing audience through the pearly gates of understanding with contagious passion and ideological conviction.

“What is the African American experience regarding his initiation?” Rashid rhetorically asks his audience during his July 11th  lecture in Houston, Texas. “Where does he go to become a man? Every other culture in the world has an initiation. You go to the Twa people—who are colloquially called the pygmies—they still have a ritual where they initiate the young men for five months.

Do you know what that is? A lot of us can’t even do nothing for two hours straight. You tell someone to sit down and read for two hours straight, or turn your phone off and just shut up, a lot of people would have a problem with that…What is the culture of the African American? Where are our initiations? The African American experience is profound. You were manufactured as part of a commercial construct. It is very interesting that you are still here existing with pride.”

In this video presentation Rashid extrapolates on one of his most consistent messages to his growing following in recent years, which is that all of the ancient expressions of collective cultural psychology—which many of us call religions—can address the inherent needs of Africans throughout the diaspora. According to Rashid, this requires that the signs and symbols of these philosophical models are processed by the individual so as to ensure collective prosperity in all avenues of human endeavor.   

“How you perceive yourself [determines] your mental health,” says the Red House founder, and Freemason, who advocates joining societies with secrets. “You live in your thoughts. The Blackest Bible You Never Seen requires that you and I challenge every letter, every world, inside the [literary] construct to find the best modalities to use in any religion. You should all participate in learning all religions because it gives you a narrative to deal with every single culture in the world.”

Rashid is an interesting figure. He is a man, who over the course of his lecturing career, has ubiquitously lived his life in between the pillars of mercy and severity. He has the introverted mental framework of the brooding intellectual and the shaman.  However, he exhibits an uncanny ability to speak to large audiences in the idiom of the street, or the Ivy League lecture hall in an extroverted way.

“The young people are the ones who bring your brother out [to lecture],” says Rashid in front of his lecture podium in Houston. “I have to talk nice, and be nice to the elders, ‘hotep’ them and put on dashikis to get them to pull brother Rashid out. But the young people get it because they can look past all of the vestigial elements because they are strivers. They not hatin’ sitting back waiting for you to make a mistake. They lookin’ to get game so that they can take it and run with it. Young people keep me relevant. I got young people at Ralph Lauren who are designing the stuff these negroes are going to wear for the next three years in our school. There are young people at Apple, designing apps and all that. Brothers and sisters all over the world, Africa, everywhere, who are paying attention to what we are doing. You're an exceptional person if youve ever even heard of me, because there are so many chambers to get to just to get to mine. ” 

Within Rashid’s two extremes there are many mindscapes of hidden potential, which may explain why he is actually expanding in his creative breadth at 40 years of age, a time when many other men are past their artistic prime. Rashid, who told me that he just started rapping about three years ago, has recorded impressive hip hop tracks like “Fard Fila,” and “Randy Savage” while producing imaginative graphic artwork to promote his merchandise and social events.

His latest offering, The Blackest Bible You Never Seen, is a valuable addition to the video library of longtime students, and a formidable introduction for new ones who have grown weary of conspiracy laden narratives and are in search of practical applications for personal empowerment.

To contact A.A. Rashid about obtaining his lectures, music, books, and rare African American cultural memorabilia, you can email him at For further information concerning his work, you can also find him on YouTube through his Red House channel.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

The Magical Negro: Understanding an Archetype from the White Collective Unconscious

“The present research provides the first systematic empirical investigation into superhumanization, the attribution of supernatural, extrasensory, and magical mental and physical qualities to humans. Five studies test and support the hypothesis that White Americans superhumanize Black people relative to White people. Studies 1–2b demonstrate this phenomenon at an implicit level, showing that Whites preferentially associate Blacks versus Whites with superhuman versus human words on an implicit association test and on a categorization task. Studies 3–4 demonstrate this phenomenon at an explicit level, showing that Whites preferentially attribute superhuman capacities to Blacks versus Whites, and Study 4 specifically shows that superhumanization of Blacks predicts denial of pain to Black versus White targets.”

--A Superhumanization of Bias in Whites' Perception of Blacks
The magical negro is mysterious. He rarely talks, but when he does, he is always self-composed and brimming with worldly wisdom. Despite having a far more cultivated understanding of life and its core meaning than most people he encounters, The Magical Negro never uses it to benefit himself, much less exploit those who have not reached his depth of awareness.

Instead, The Magical Negro happily resigns himself to being the willing subordinate to their bumbling white understudy. They are always happy to  play the role of the genie who grants the wishes of feeble masters.

In his book The Secret Science, Rosicrucian author John Baines writes that:

 “In ancient times, extra-terrestrial men visited our planet who were physically the same as we are, but otherwise extraordinarily evolved. During their lengthy evolution these men had achieved the permanent incorporation within themselves of many of the qualities of the Great Architect and Sublime Alchemist of the Universe…The beings left descendants on our planet…these “children of the stars” are the true and authentic MEN, as opposed to the humanized animals of terrestrial origin…Animal-terrestrial humanity has always FEARED, RESPECTED and HATED those who came from beyond. They instinctively see something strange and unknown in them…The great struggles of humanity shows us this conflict between animal darkness and divine light.” 

The caps in the Baines quote were added by me for emphasis. It is totally relevant to the Black man in North America, who is from the fallen remnant of God’s descendants. This is why he can be imitated across the globe, yet there are so many who do not feel even the slightest empathy when he is gunned down in the street by cops and buried in a shallow grave dug by the U.S. public school system, mass media, and judicial system.

The Black man isn’t despised because of his skin color. His skin color is merely a marker that allows others to correctly identify him as a descendant of the gods. In his skin color and hair texture he looks strikingly different from other races of men because he is not from planet Earth as they are. All traditional African religions speak of origins beyond the stars.

Perhaps the first paragraph quoted from A Superhumanization of Bias in Whites' Perception of Blacks will offer far greater insight on a topic that I am barely addressing. The collaborative study initiated by professors from Northwestern University and the University of Virginia has been made available to you by Mind Glow Media via Sage Publications. The Magical Negro seen in movies marks a clever attempt made by Hollywood to acknowledge an inherent divinity, while at the same time promoting the idea that it should solely be used to serve others at the expense of self and kind.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Holy Kabbalah of Rastafari

Is it Resh Tiphareth (Hebrew) or Ras Tafari (Amharic)? Both Hebrew and Ethiopian Amharic are related languages.  Interestingly enough, author Timothy White says that Ras Tafari, who was renamed Haile Selassie following his coronation as emperor of Ethiopia, “exhibited familiarity with Cabalistic doctrines,” in his book Catch A Fire: The Life of Bob Marley. Selassie’s hand gesture in the photo above is not a coincidence, as he intentionally displays the same gesture in several other photos. 

On the Cabalistic/Kabbalistic Tree of Life the power vector known as “Tiphareth (Beauty)” is representative of the sun which is known as “Zion” in Hebrew. Tiphareth unifies the concrete and the immaterial since it is a bridge between the objective plane and the subjective plane. In Cabalistic thought, Tiphareth is also synonymous with the “King of Kings, Lord of Lords and Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah.” Meanwhile Kether represents his father who art in heaven.

When we magnify the beauty within ourselves, then beauty becomes an inescapable realty in the world around us. Fueled by love, this dedication to the cause of refinement fosters the Collective Security of the 10 power vectors that comprise Tree of Life. Once this covenant between the 10 spheres of influence has been achieved, the gift of the Holy Shekinah comes down from heaven to earth in the form of the New Jerusalem (Revelations 21:2), which is really the New HERU Salem (Peace). 

The descent of the celestial city, is the equivalent to the rise of the new day’s sun, Heru, who refuses to “Set” below the horizon. Peace of mind is what propels a man’s ascension through various stages of evolution as he reaches his highest ground.

If we were to superimpose Kemetic deities on the Tree of Life, then Heru would occupy Tiphareth, which is the sphere of beauty.

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Kabbalistic Real Estate: A.A. Rashid Leases The Red House to You

Back in January of 2012—on Martin Luther King Day to be exact—my siblings and I spent some time with our second cousin. As I walked past the play pen that the little munchkin was standing in, she screamed “Baba!” As I turned around to look at her, she was smiling at me in recognition of the fact that she had successfully gotten my attention. I found this amusing, because in Nigeria a “Baba” is a “teacher.” Was my little cousin formerly acknowledging me as a teacher?  Probably not. Nevertheless, I knew that there was something important that she was trying to tell me. I just didn’t know what it was.

A few moments later she yelled “Baba!” again. Only this time she pointed to a table where her baby bottle of milk stood. I quickly realized that “baba” actually means “bottle” in toddler talk. Interestingly enough, if you write the word  “MiLK”  using the English alphabet equivalent of the ancient Hebrew letters, it comes out to “MLK” which may also serve as phonetic markers for “MaLKuth.” According to Kabbalistic teaching, Malkuth is the sphere of human experience where incarnating spirits take on the elemental vestments of flesh, blood, and bone.

When I brought my cousin the bottle of milk, I was surprised to discover that she really didn’t want any of it. She just looked at me and smiled. All she really wanted to do was share her Kabbalistic wisdom with me. My willingness to RECEIVE her message is the essence of true Kabbalah. My little cousin was trying to teach me that in life, experience (MiLK → MLK → MaLKuth→ Experience) is the best teacher (Bottle → Baba→ Teacher ), which is why she had chosen her biological mom, who is one of my first cousins, as the vessel through which she would incarnate into this dense physical world that you and I know as planet Earth. My little cousin came to planet Earth for a unique set of human experiences, just as you have. 

If you are lucky, your human experiences will challenge you to explore new vistas within yourself creatively and set new standards for personal excellence within your respective field of expertise.  Occultist A.A. Rashid has set his aim high to do just that with his latest project, which is an ambitious trifecta of ancient African art and psychology filtered through the mind of a very contemporary man.  “I owe the less fortunate as well as those diligent seekers of knowledge a piece of the fire that was given to me,” said Rashid in a statement to Mind Glow Media.

The man known to peers and students alike as The Qabala God, is a longtime student and practitioner of the Hebrew Kabbalah. Rashid has presented some impressive lectures over the last seven years. His titles include, but are not limited to, “Fear of A Black Illuminati,” “Psychic Self-Defense,” and “Write Your Own Bible.” Rashid is also the author of “The Qabalistic and Meta-Physic Interpretation of the Masonic Square, Compass, and Letter ‘G’.”

This month he released a new book entitled Boaz Primer: Essays on Kushite Kaballah, The Number 32 and Freemasonic Mysticism and produced a complimentary Red House Primer video E-LECTure which is an orientation into his circle of higher learning, The Red House.

“We in the Red House believe that all religions are right,” says L.A.’s  resident Kabbalistic realtor by way of Brooklyn in the lecture. “We believe that all religions have a significant import in the developmental psychology of those who utilize them…In the Red House we deal with art, science, and the intertwining of imagery and psychology as they pertain to aesthetics, color, and sound, with a specific emphasis on syllabic and linguistic interpretation of liturgy—in particular—liturgy that focuses on the Bible or any of the spiritual currents of reality that spin themselves from the Hebraic, or Hebrew writings.”

Not only is the Boaz Primer highly informative—but it is well written—which may not come as a surprise to those who’ve witnessed Rashids deft command of the English language on the utterly popular KnowTheLedge Radio network. If that weren’t enough Rashid also has a 12-song rap album that serves as a soundtrack for the two previous pieces of work. “Hip-hop is our generation’s priestly contribution to human developmental psychology,” the emerging bar star proudly reminds me. Earlier this year he and rapper Tristate were featured on the Planet Asia and Gensu Dean cut God Hour off the Abrasions album. 

Any pre-conceived notion that Rashid’s mission with this album is to spin exhaustive metaphors, and flip dizzy double-entendres about  spirulina, veggie burgers, and amethyst crystals are quickly scattered to the four winds after just one listen to his “Hurry Up” skit, which is actually funny. The tracks “Guns With A Habit,” and “Illuminati Loafers,” feature a stream-of-consciousness delivery reminiscent of a Supreme Clientele era Ghostface who has studied the work of Gershom G. Scholem and watched hours of Phil Valentine.

On “AA Anthym” Rashid calmly rides the sonic rollercoaster constructed by producer, Anthymonthetrack with rhymes that he seems to randomly pull out of his back pocket to craft deeply fractured, yet entertainingly coherent, visuals for the listener. Those interested in purchasing Rashid’s new project can do so through the contacts below. 

With the popularization of YouTube in recent years, anyone with access to Wikipedia can become an overnight guru or scholar. Yet while many lecture to anyone who will listen because they would like to say something, Rashid seems to do so because he has something to say. In this unique creative effort, he has three totally different ways of demonstrating this to his growing audience, and that is through the pen, the camcorder, and the microphone. What’s next for the Qabala god? Only Rashid knows.