29th Generation Descendant of Genghis Khan reveals the golden legacy of the Mongolian Kings
(The article below is reprinted from Mother Tynnetta Muhammad’s Spring/Fall 2005 edition of the Cultural Links news journal entitled “The Descent of the Mongolian Kings.)
On the evening of November 13, following our return from the Terelj National Park and our visit to the traditional village, we made our way back to Ulaanbataar, in sub-zero freezing temperatures, for our meeting with the President and Founder of the Academy of Genghis Khan, Mr. Purev-Oidovyn Davaanyam. Mr. Davaanyam is also a 29th Generation Descendant of Genghis Khan and his “Golden Family.” He has been entrusted and chosen from among his family members to reveal some of the hidden wisdom, philosophy and legacy of the descent of the Mongolian Kings.
His Academy was founded in 1996 and is dedicated to studying and fostering academic research on Genghis Khan and other Mongol Rulers. I quote from one of his published works on this subject the following brief: “The Academy has awarded honorary titles to individuals from 16 lands–an eclectric lot ranging from Tenzing Norgay to Jawaharlal Nehru–for their contributions to the study and promotion of Mongolia’s heritage, or for outstanding human achievement.”
Interestingly enough, since this publication surfaced, several candidates for this award were granted to former President George W. Bush Sr., former President Bill Clinton, Great Britain’s Prime Minister Tony Blair and Secretary of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, as well as others. President Clinton, a former Rhodes Scholar, responded to the Academy’s President with a warm response, and Secretary Kofi Annan personally visited Mongolia during the ending months of last year. What a curious connection must exist, I thought, between those selected candidates as the recipients of such a prestigious international award that is based upon the philosophy of Genghis Khan and the Mongolian Kings. As we come to the end of the Old World Order and Dominance of Satan’s World, the secrets are coming out and are being gradually revealed to a sleeping world. In Mr. Davaanyam’s further dissertation, he sates that, “The Mongolian Khan’s philosophy holds that there are three worlds–the stars, the earth and the world of human thought. There is no division or opposition between them, no discrimination or division on the basis of class or social status.” He further believes that, “Human consciousness can be divided into three categories–colonial consciousness, independent consciousness and developed consciousness.” In this latter category, he points to Mongolia, Germany and the ancient Greeks as a few examples of “developed consciousness.”
With this having been said, I raise the following questions with respect to the development and impact of global history on human consciousness during the last 6,000 years. Who are the true inheritors of the legacy and philosophy of the Mongol Kings and Rulers? Will the chosen inheritors arise from among the hidden ones (ancient people) akin to an ancient genealogy and original people of a lost Nation of Asia, that is just now awakening to an unperceiving world? If, indeed, “developed consciousness” represents the last great frontier of human genius and perfection, might that inheritance be returned to those who have been rejected and despised by the builders of this world, who fell asleep in the West, but are yet identified as (the Original Black Nation of Asia), the Originators of the Genealogical Tree of tribes and nations that we recognize as descendants all over our Planet today? If the Cosmic Sky Religion is traced back to its roots in the stars and descended to earth’s plane within our solar system composed of fire and light, might not the infinitude of darkness hold the secret and the key to our renewal and eventual understanding of immortality? What was in the beginning shall be at the end, reproducing a New Genesis of a New Creation in our Reunion with God in a perfect abode of peace and harmony.