At first glance, the title of this post may come off as oxymoronic, particularly having been authored by a member of the Nation of Gods and Earths. However, as the underbelly of my determined idea begins to unfurl, the seemingly hidden logic of the wisdom will reveal itself. Anyone, that has endeavored to study the NGE at any level, is sure to have discovered tons of information relative to the perceived “national stance” on things such as religion, the universe, supreme mathematics and 120 lessons. Depending upon the sources of this information, and the amount of effort expended striving to make sense of it, said individual will, in many cases, be roped and bound by a limited perception of the depth of our cultural paradigm and the false idea that these “usual suspect” concepts fully capture what we deal with and are about. Even more troubling is the fact that this limited and somewhat stagnant level of understanding is prevalent among some who claim to be part of this nation as well. In most cases its the byproduct of faulty teaching and insufficient study. Arguably, the most dangerous result of all of the above is the perpetuation of a false notion painting 120 as some archaic scroll of muslim lessons which only have relevance in the flowery over-embelished interpretations of it’s so-called proponents. Needless to say I find this troubling and unsettling, so much so, that at this point in my Koran, one of my goals in life is to emphatically dispel this nonsense and undress it to the point that its naked inaccuracy is on display for the world to clearly see. And so I write…
Why “Peace to the Devil” you ask…? What a deeply layered question you pose. Walk with me. Today’s mathematics is wisdom and said daily nutrition greets us in the born month in the year of wisdom cipher knowledge wisdom (2012). Appropriately, it is my will to make born to you some truth (which is the wisdom of all ciphers) based on my knowledge of devil, correspondent to his ways and actions as they relate to us (universal self=which is the merger of the individual and the collective). One of the reasons why so many people are aware of the NGE but not a part of it is because they are uncomfortable with the way that we teach on certain subjects. Let’s be real, our curriculum is conceptually aggressive and pulls no punches in the way that it discusses race without actually using the word. In today’s degree in the 1-10 we get an introduction to and description of devil…
“Who is the colored man? The colored man is the caucasian white man, Yacub’s grafted devils of the planet Earth.”
So we now have at our disposal the definition of devil manifested by 120. Let’s run it up against a dictionary definition and bring about more density.
According to thefreedictionary.com:
1. often Devil In many religions, the major personified spirit of evil, ruler of Hell, and foe of God. Used with the.
2. A subordinate evil spirit; a demon.
3. A wicked or malevolent person.
4. A person: a handsome devil; the poor devil.
5. An energetic, mischievous, daring, or clever person.
6. Printing A printer’s devil.
7. A device or machine, especially one having teeth or spikes and used for tearing.
8. An outstanding example, especially of something difficult or bad: has a devil of a temper.
9. A severe reprimand or expression of anger: gave me the devil for cutting class.
10. Informal Used as an intensive: Who the devil do you think you are?
Upon examination, certain things jump right out at us from these definitions and represent glaring parallels which link the dictionary take on devil, and the description outlined in the aforementioned degree from the 1-10. Let’s deal with spirit, evil, and personification, as these are the only key words required for me to drive my point home. The 2nd definition describes devil as a subordinate, evil spirit. Spirit can be simply described as an animating force within living beings. Evil is a word that epitomizes negative or “bad” and it’s so connected with devil that it’s literally part of the word. This leads us to personification. Personification speaks to the idea of giving an intangible abstraction a vehicle, in the form of a person, through which it can manifest itself. When something is personified the purpose is for the personification to typify it or represent it quintessentially. That being said, the abstraction isn’t limited to any one symbol it’s just that we tend to take the most prominent personification to represent the standard.
The wisdom degree clearly states that the caucasian white man is the devil. This tells us that from the perspective of the lessons, he is the personification. The degree further describes him as “grafted.” Grafting is a concept from the plant world which means to join two things together or take one thing and transplant/implant it into another thing in order to address some defect in it (usually plants). At its core the definition infers that grafting is a process by which something has its form altered. It stands to reason that devil existed prior to the caucasian as this would have to be the case in order for him to be manifested as a suitable embodiment. So where then did devil come from? It came from the original man. 120 spells out this reality in the understanding cipher degree in the 1-40.
“for within the black body there exist two germs, a black germ and a brown germ. Yacub with his law on birth control, separated the brown germ from the black germ and grafted to white by destroying the black germ…”
This segment of the degree is very revealing. It illustrates the process by which evil/devil (brown germ) was essentially transplanted into the caucasian man concurrent to the degeneration of the black man. The brown germ is subordinate to the black germ which is why the black germ had to be destroyed in order for the brown germ to live and thrive independently. This is how “the” devil was made. Note the distinction between devil (the abstract negative or badness which already existed in us vs. “the devil” which is simply said force personified) Think about it, in order for him to progressively become stronger, we’ve had to become progressively weaker. The question now becomes why? Why did this have to happen and what was the purpose of this process? Read on…
Knowledge build or destroy in the Supreme Alphabet is “rule or ruler.” A ruler is an instrument of measurement and the means by which we categorize things in life is by pitting them against one another to differentiate them or determine best vs. worst, strong vs. weak, smart vs. dumb, and on down the line. We basically manufacture competition or tests which equate to experiments because we want to see(understand) the results. The purpose of devil is to be the ultimate perpetual and ever-evolving test. We are not wired to perceive our deficiencies, or even identify them from an intrinsic perspective nearly as effectively as we can from an extrinsic perspective. This is the reason why others can tell us things about our selves that we may never have realized. It’s because that extrinsic view tends to be a bit more objective as it’s not jaded by self-interest. By telling you the truth about yourself another person doesn’t have to be concerned about damaging their own concept of self. Certainly they run the risk of hurting your feelings and may therefore deliver the message delicately in order to soften the blow. Regardless, if you take it as an affront instead of constructive criticism that boils down to a “you problem.” When we look at the history of the colored man we see him consistently transgressing against original people in order to further his lot in life. And, if we’re honest with ourselves, we also see how our reactions to his actions expose some very serious flaws within us. The greatest human accomplishments have been born out of confrontation with challenge. When someone sets a world record in a given sport, someone else accepts the personal mission to break it. The reason technology continues to advance at an increasingly alarming rate is because of the ongoing race to invent the next best thing. Original people have shown and proven to the world the power of their indomitable will by continually breaking down barriers and overcoming every obstacle that the devil places before them. He absolutely forces you to remain firm on a square because if you don’t then you’ll fall victim to his civilization. Whether you want to believe it or not, you need him and his constant poking and prodding. That’s what makes you get up, get out, and get something everyday. It’s the knowledge that there’s always this force of opposition striving to stop you which exists via the physical embodiment, which you see everyday as you navigate the world, while simultaneously existing within your mind because it’s a necessary force of life even at the microscopic level.
I say peace to the devil out of acknowledgement of the admirable job he’s doing keeping me on my toes. I say it to alert him of the fact that he never ceases to amaze me with any of his ways and actions, for I know them to be like a snake of the grafted type. Lastly, I say it to reiterate the fact that I know his origin in this world as my subordinate thus showing and proving that Allah is God, always has been and always will be.