Moorish American Holy Week 1443 MC

🍒🌲Hapi #MoorishAmericanHolyWeek1443MC y’all! 🇲🇦 January 8th – 15th is a national holiday for us, recognized by the House of Representatives at #Georgia in 2014 to read as follows: “Recognizing January 8-15, 2014, as Moorish American Holy Week at the state capitol; and for other purposes. WHEREAS, the Moorish Americans, whose ancient forefathers are the mothers and fathers of the human family, stand in these days as a comity of descendants from the ancient #Moabites and #Canaanites who were permitted by the Old Pharoahs of #Kemet to traverse from
East #Africa and later formed kingdoms extending from the northwestern and southwestern shores of Africa and the #Atlantic #Islands onto the present day continental #Americas…”(House Resolution 1203 -1-
L 14 LC 104 0002)

Moorish American Holy Week, 1443 (Moorish Calendar Year)
House Resolution 1203, 2014 (Gregorian Calendar Year)
House Resolution 1203, 2014 (Gregorian Calendar Year)

Who are the Moors? Part 4

~ The Circle 7 Holy Koran is the specific account pertaining the legacy of the Moors in North, South and Central America. With treaties prior to the U.S. existence, the foremothers and forefathers who permitted the British to have their colonies are in debt to this very dey. The U.S. is responsible to keep its word, even those words prior to the treaties. and after their constitution. Their Oath is to guarantee constitutional rights are secure and their word is bond; especially when it is expressed. As measures owed for our courtesy toward the U.S., our collective human right to non-discrimination should be recognized as having been internationally affirmed by the nations , “and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the constitution or laws of any state notwithstanding” per Article 4 of the US Const. ~

Who are the Moors? Part 3

~ Man is to be a friend to mankind , and vice versa, bc that is Love. Moors, their vessels, and their property are to be kept safe and sound and ultimately returned to their country. The Moors are to be protected against domestic violence, of which is being inflicted upon them as they are denied several guaranteed rights by the Massachusetts state. A republican form of govt is only secure when the PEOPLE secure its standing, bc a republic is a govt FOR the people BY the people. Securing one’s standing is a human right and cannot be infringed.~

Who are the Moors? Part 2

~ The original people are the ones who have the keys . It cannot be extracted nor exchanged, bc it is with us from the time of stardust until that dust is dirt. No man can touch it, not even scientists. These original people include North, South and Central America, and BEYOND. A war APPEARS to be between the North American Republic and everyone else right now, when it is truly between the U.S. republic and their de-facto U.S. extension/corporation. Moors being denied their treaty rights to a Vizeer of their government is not only a criminal act, but begs the question of who the ACTUAL “sovereign citizen” is who goes against their own Oath, labeling others with these terms while simultaneously committing treason against their treaty agreements. The united states republic has agreed to protect Moors by keeping their word in situations like these, just as Moors are protecting constitutional rights FOR ALL when these courts have no authority over human rights, international relations, or its matters. ~

Jhene Aiko: A Cali Geisha’s Omnipresent Journey Through Love, Life, Death and Transcendence

Slauson songstress Jhene Aiko embodies a perfect blend of her Afro-Asiatic roots and the chill vibe that West L.A. is known for, creating her special sound that was quite different when introduced at the time. Many are unaware of the key role that Jhene’s style played in the most recent wave of R&B coming out of L.A. and the impact beyond its borders. That style has heavily influenced the Rhythm and Blues you hear across radio airwaves today. How can you be sure of this? one might ask, However if we gather the essence of Japanese culture woven into her Afro-Native nuance, Jhene’s sultry delivery is distinguished by that heritage and the emergence of her rise amongst peers like THC, The Fisticuffs, Dom Kennedy, HitBoy, Overdoz, Kenderick Lamar, Nipsey Hussle and other West L.A. artists who’d crossed creative paths at the rise of L.A.’s dominance of today’s music scene.

Jhene’s decision to share her travels on this latest project Trip invites listeners into a vulnerable space, where she bravely expresses her struggle with depression, drugs, and transcendence toward her higher being.   She performed the last leg of her national show in L.A. this past week, accompanied by a Harpist in a jungle-themed oasis against a vibrant backdrop of psychedelic visuals. Positive vibes filled the air and the surprise opening act was Willow Smith, who nailed her performance even with a scratchy talking voice after a grueling tour. The show was truly impressive and the new album Trip is well worth the listen, if nothing else to get away in one’s mind and explore a perspective that might heighten a sense of awareness.

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