Freemasonry and Islam: What do they Share?

Interesting read about Shriners.


By Fahim A. Knight (A Prince Hall Freemason)

Also See:

  • Black Gods of the Inner City: The Nation of Islam, Forgotten Roots

It all began in Egypt

The esteemed scholar and researcher Dr. George G.M. James in his monumental book titled, Stolen Legacy that was written in 1954, wrote about the Egyptian Mystery Schools [Hermeticism], which he maintained that a complex system of neophyte initiations were developed and worked in Kemet (Egypt). But more importantly, this sophisticated system of learning was of an African origin and not indigenous to Greece and Rome as traditional Eurocentric scholars have falsely maintained [hence, Dravidia], but Plato, Aristotle and Socrates sat directly or indirectly, at the foot of African Sages who inspired them to enlighten Europe. [Albert Pike claims the same in his book, Morals and Dogma – oz]


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