American History and Moorish History, know the difference—Know “Your” History

As I’m finishing up my degree and taking a few classes outside my institution to apply toward credit I was bombarded with historical ideology and doctrine with terms such as “racial slavery” “chattel slavery” “commodification” and more.

“Traditional” Class Notes and Terms: Colonization of the New World, the Age of Exploration, French and Dutch Contact, Maritime Exploration, African Empires, English Settlers, Southern Colonies; Indentured Servants, Plantations, Northern Colonies, Native American Wars… I’m reverted back to the fifth grade with the “Africans” were the American Slaves rhetoric.

Well (“Happy Black History Month!”)—-

February Books 📚: The Moorish Empire, The Land of the Moors — Budgett Meakin

Thank god I’ve been reading, learning and taking notes on American and global history and can differentiate the difference between bias and facts. True I tend toward an utopian type of historical analysis but low and behold history is far from utopian. The consorted academic effort to repaint and omit the “African” “influence” from the pages of history prior to Columbus arrival and the fall of Moorish empires is a weight that plagues the American Academic system leaving its “citizens” wayward, child-like and easily governed (manipulated).

Ancient and Modern Britons Book by David MacRitchie

I’ve been reading Ancient and Modern Britons which you can get on the internet in PDF by the way which illustrates the Moorish influence and society (both noble, royal and common) existing in the English (Britain), Wales and Scottish regions! The “brute” moors ( a term I kept hearing in various circles when explains the behaviors and attitudes of Moors) existing all over Iberia particularly in what we know as Europe today is a common theme I’ve been reading about in various books about Moors— moorish life (culture), religion, commerce, trade, — all facets of Moorish life — there existed the Brute Moor.

Ancient and Modern Britons, David MacRitchie, 1884

I grew up on Northumberland Road in Springfield, Virginia, traveled through Annandale and Dumfries, had I known their Moorish lineage, histories, nobility’s, clans, families I would have seen the world quite differently than I did and even had a large sense of pride and global understanding. American streets and towns are bombarded with the very names of families, kingship, clans, cities, towns, provinces and regions of Moorish lineage originating from Europe! Annandale, Dumfries, Wordsworth, Marshall, Galloway, Jordan, Hirschhorn, Murray, Murdoch, the “Dales,” “De’ils/Dyke, Dunn, Donald, Mackenzie, Graemes, The “Dubhs, Scott’s Douglass, Wallace, Falkirk, Picts(British Indians), early Danes, Cimbri, Welsh, Celtic Gaelic Irish, Normans, — all derive or connect to and from the “baillie” Egyptian “Faws” (232) [hmmm “Fas”?!]!where etymological reference supposes “Bey” and “El” distinction — further origins illustrate origins of Balckamoors, Saracens, ancient Scot-Egyptians, Tartari, Sarmatians, Agathyrsi, to be of same (similar) lineage and these clans and their lineage are expressed and on and on!

It’s mind blowing!!

The book even mentions Indigenous nations and tribes such as the Cherokee, Cheyenne, Osage— as wild “Tartar” Indians (183). It’s also mentions Scythia, the British Islands, the Black Danes, indigenous Picts of the Spanish Peninsula, the Black Scots, the Bruce’s, Wallace’s, the Stewarts, Normans and Fleming’s, knighthoods and Gypsies!! All for the making of an in incredible documentary or motion blockbuster film! Yet this like much of our global history is kept and buried from our American textbooks and education system.

Question: How can you call yourself a History Teacher and NEVER teach REAL history?

New Book 📚 arrival: The Land of the Moors

Meakin, 1901

Now let’s shift gears and look at the Moorish culture from a different perspective or rather different regional location — from the Iberian Spanish peninsula to North African city of Morocco to its “White House” Casablanca (Dar el Baida) in Marrakesh and it’s ancient city Saf rebuilt and later known as Fas or Fez!

How many of us know that Alphonso V of Portugal was called Alfonso “the African”?

How blindsided are we to take American history at face value and fact? There is a massive complex history that includes Moorish -African – Indigenous lineage from Europe, what we call Africa today, the Americas and so much more!

According to one DNA testing service, my own DNA 🧬 markers show Moorish lineage to regions of Spain, Sardinia, and the indigenous Guanches off the coast of North Africa near Mauritania and Morocco!! Let alone mysterious Ireland, Britain, Welsh markers whom we can now question our admixture of so called “race” as the later entrenched legal color status classification system. It’s no wonder we have such high concentrations of “African” country- region specific mixture — Mali, Senegal, Nigerian, Cameroon, Ghana, Niger, Zulu and on and on!

Many of these stem originate from Kingdoms and Clans that later fell into slavery a long with the mixture of an already assimilated American territories -nations- kingships— (Pana Amaraca, And-Amaraca, Cata-Amaraca, Cax-Amaruca, Pult-Amaraca) nations— states, tribes, clans, (ports, forts) and on and on!

DID YOU KNOW: Lord Aromaia, uncle of Morequito from the valley of Amariocapana inhabitants of the Guianians (ancient Guyana) or the Brazilian Maraca and Tamaraka who worshiped their god “Hua Amamacan.” (Citation, forthcoming)

The truth will blow your mind. And we owe it to ourselves to be far less biased when reporting these facts! For instance, stating that Moors and Jews kicked out of Europe started the Atlantic Slave Trade is misleading, slant and biased without ALSO showing cultural -religious- economic factors also affecting this complex history. Not all moors were Huguenots or Jews — as some according to my books — distinguished themselves far removed from Jewery residing in their cities, towns and states – kingships. Yet there are Youtube Scholars out here promoting this biased -one sided narrative to invoke that Moors were solely responsible for the Atlantic Slave Trade and enslaving Indigenous American tribal nations. This is wholeheartedly bias and untrue or rather half/truths.

Yes “some” Moors and Huguenots did partake in enslaving Africans and Natives (Americans) but don’t be fooled into thinking that one they were not already in many of these regions and populous empires and two many fought against slavery of their brethren and their own oppression! Is this logical cultural and behavioral analysis or simple emotional optimism? No one to date has made this very powerful and much needed detailed analysis to the point of authorship. However there are indeed many oral and video accounts of this historical Moorish paradox.

Disclaimer and Commitment to Truth

Again because I have an admixture of many of these tribes, clans, nations, kingship etc from many different countries, regions and continents— I have a duty to be FAIR AND UNBIASED in my historical discoveries — most likely my Ancestors were on both sides of history!!

Truth be told we, so called “African- Moorish- Indigenous” nations actively and intentionally waged war against and with our “brethren” nations! There is no escaping this fact! And when it’s all said and rewritten we must hold ourselves accountable for our own “cause ans effect.”

I haven’t read many books on Moorish history but the few I have read are powerful beyond measure. We in America have swallowed the dirty moor narrative and thus allowed the omission of our global history to our detriment and collective ignorance.

My favorite parts of this book lean towards proving the Moors practiced and designed from ancient sciences, modern day permaculture and advanced technology focusing on agricultural and water systems! Since visiting Mexico, Quintana Roo, Tulum in the Yucatán!!! When I swam in the cave Cenotes and learned that these Olmec Mayans architecture included vast underground water systems and aqueducts tied to their religious cult motifs! Their aqueduct systems nearly identical to the original Roman and Persian (Phoenician) architectural design systems.

Some of my favorite parts of this book

Agricultural-Botany and foods, plants, trees, herbs, Waterway and Irrigation systems, Education (Universities and Colleges), ancient City and Town names, geography and their population demographics and names of kings (kingships, royalty, nobility ) and cultural behaviors!

I’ll share some notes from what I read last night while finishing my US History course!

Fez (Fas)

Education: Colleges and Universities

Irrigation and Agriculture

Note: Water systems in housing which filtered throughout the town architecture AND energy used as Grain Windmill

This book notation illustrates various towns which were set up architecturally different depending on their founder, status and sciences used in the planning. There are thus discrepancies between town water systems and availability, some houses had fully functional water systems in their homes while the outside towns had a few and relied on rainwater ans storage while instead providing public Bathhouses for their residents.

Read below the description of Moorish homes with bubbling water and pillars with tile work ans huge horseshoe doorways(255) in the city of Fez where many rich Morocco families swelled!

I will return to post on the granary mill run by the towns water supply! I’ve got much to do …

Until then,

Love ❤️ Empowerment and Truth Family