Revisiting the Prophetic Timeline of the Mongolian Kings Past, Present and Future
More columns by Mother Tynnetta Muhammad
“Allah knows what every female bears, and that of which the wombs fall short of completion and that which they grow. And everything with Him has a measure. The Knower of the unseen and the seen, the Great, the Most High. Alike (to Him) among you is he who conceals (the) word and he who speaks openly, and he who hides himself by night and (who) goes forth by day. For him are (angels) guarding the consequences (of his deeds), before him and behind him, who guard him by Allah’s command. Surely Allah changes not the condition of a people until they change their own condition. And when Allah intends evil to a people, there is no averting it, and besides Him they have no protector.” –Holy Qur’an, Surah 13, verses 8-11
Recently, I learned from a fellow student laborer in the Nation of Islam that the wealthiest man in the world, who is a Mexican citizen named Carlos Slim, holds close to him his favorite hero from among the Mongolia kings and rulers, Ghengis Khan. He incorporated into his business practices some of the managerial skills used by this greatest military strategist the world has ever known. This same fellow laborer, Brother Marcus Muhammad, formerly on the staff of The Final Call newspaper faxed me a copy of a chapter on Ghengis Khan who is named in a book entitled, “The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History,” by Michael H. Hart. He is mentioned as the 29th most influential figures in history among a list of 100 famous persons.
The first person that is listed is Prophet Muhammad, May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him. On pages 3 and 4, we read the following:
“Shortly before his death, Ghengis Khan requested that his third son, Ogadai, be named to succeed him. It was a wise choice for Ogadai became a brilliant general in his own right. Under his leadership, the Mongol armies continued to advance in China, completely overran Russia and advanced into Europe. In 1241, a series of Polish, German and Hungarian armies were completely rooted by the Mongols who had advanced well past Budapest. However, in that year, Ogadai died and the Mongol armies withdrew from Europe never to return. There was a substantial interruption while the Mongol chieftains argued about the succession. However, under the next two Khans, (Ghengis’s grandsons, Mangu Khan and Khubilai Khan) the Mongol advance in Asia was resumed.
“By 1279, when Kublai Khan completed the conquest of China, the Mongols ruled the largest land empire in all of history. Their domains included China, Russia and Central Asia, in addition to Persia and most of Southwest Asia. Their armies had raided successfully from Poland to northern India and Khubilai Khan’s sovereignty was recognized in Korea, Tibet, and part of Southeast Asia.”
Quoting from another book, “Khubilai Khan: His Life and Times” by Morris Rossabi, speaks about the continued success of Khubilai Khan under the influence of his mother, Sorghaghtani Beki, who was considered to be the most remarkable woman of her age.
Under her guidance: “She insured that the young Khubilai learned to ride and to shoot with bows and arrows. Like all other Mongols, he also took an active part in hunts, which he continued to enjoy even in old age as attested to by one of the few extant paintings of Khubilai. Sorghaghtani was also determined that he be literate and recruited Uighur, named Tolochu, to teach him to read and write Mongol, but strangely he was never taught to read Chinese. His exposure to Chinese ways also stemmed from his mother’s assertiveness. … Even at this early stage in his career, Khubilai was already relying on Chinese advisers. Throughout his life and career, he would also consult Nestorian Christians, Tibetan Buddhists, and Central Asian Muslims. … Like his grandfather (Ghengis Khan), he relied on Uighur Turkish advisers and officials whom he employed as military advisers, translators, and interpreters.”
In my last journey to Mongolia, I conducted an extensive interview with the 29th Descendent of Ghengis Khan through his affiliation with Tolui’s golden policy dating from 1241 A.D. Mr. Davaanyam e-mailed me some very interesting information that explained in part my connective link to Khubilai Khan as revealed in my vision.
Via e-mail, I received this interesting information spoken of in a special book given to Mr. Davaanyam concerning the mother of Khubilai Khan. Mr. Davaanyam confirmed whose yzguur she is. “Yzguur is not soul but is more than soul. The book is a creation of Sorkoktan Beki queen. She is queen of Tolui, fourth son of Ghengis Khan and mother of Monkh Khan and Khubilai Khan. In 1251, Sorkoktan Beki queen made (zad)/meaning magical action and foresaw the future. She foresaw present-day Mongolia and mankind. The book was memorized by persons of one tribe until the present day. The book contains her prophesy and then the question is asked: “What did she say?” There are three messengers described in the book. Now, it is published as a book. I hope that it will be detailed when meeting with Mother Tynnetta. He is believing in the prophetic links.”
I received this information at the exact time that I was reading the history in the book on Khubilai concerning his mother. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad has taught us that we can read everything about ourselves in a book, and that Master Fard Muhammad’s father purchased many expensive and important books pertaining to his son’s mission. Thus, in 104 books that he was assigned to read from Master Fard Muhammad in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., he explained to us that most of these books were pertaining to the life, work and mission of Prophet Muhammad, May the Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him. Similarly, this number 104 appears in ancient Egyptian and Mongolia history in a prophetic timeline that brings us to today.
I found in a book that Osirus wore a special necklace containing 104 amulet beads. In the history of Khubilai Khan’s reign in the Chinese Yuan Dynasty that he established in Pekin, (modern-day Beijing) it is written that this dynasty endured 104 years.
“He it is Who shows you the lightning causing fear and hope and (Who) brings up the heavy cloud. And the thunder celebrates His praise, and the angels too for awe of Him. And He sends the thunderbolts and smites with them whom He pleases, yet they dispute concerning Allah, and He is Mighty in prowess. To Him is due the true prayer. And those to whom they pray besides Him give them no answer, but (they are) like one who stretches forth his two hands towards water that it may reach his mouth, but it will not reach it. And the prayer of the disbelievers is only wasted. And whoever is in the heavens and the earth makes obeisance to Allah only, willingly and unwillingly, and their shadows, too, at morn and eve.” –Holy Qur’an, Surah 13, verses 12-15
To be continued.