I was blessed to watch the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan today, which is on the 19th of October 2008. Many people will be reading words in newspapers and elsewhere and listening to the comments of news TV persons. I pray my witness of my Brother’s divine speech that he made today is written in the following articles and how it connects to my words last year while I was facing death, in the hospital, that the Minister “was designed perfectly.”
Brother Cedric wrote that I spoke those words during his Saviours’ Day February 2007. Please go to http://www.cuttingedgeknowledge.org/ and into Aphasia #2.
Towards the end of my article, in Volume 28 Number 1, I wrote: “Among my personal experiences listening to him over the years, I heard him (the Honorable Elijah Muhammad) make several references to ‘Aaron.’ He did it in several ways. Most of the time I heard him make these references in front of audiences. Twice, I had tapes in which he stated that he would be understood later. Maybe you have these same tapes. Perhaps one of the 37 people who was with me when the Honorable Elijah Muhammad said what he said is still alive. By the help of Allah, I will be able to give some more details on what I stated so far.”
I’m now repeating these words: “Twice, I had tapes in which he stated that he would be understood later.” He was referring to himself and was referring to another man who was a follower of his. The “other” was and is Minister Farrakhan.
On page 333, of Closing The Gap, we read:
Jabril Muhammad: “What were you thinking the first time you looked at the Honorable Elijah Muhammad?”
Minister Farrakhan: “I was a little frightened that he seemed to know what I was thinking. But then he told me, ‘Don’t pay any attention to how I’m saying it, you pay attention to what I’m saying and then you take it and put it in that fine language that you know. Only try to understand what I’m saying.’ “
He puts his teacher’s wisdom in his fine language in Closing The Gap and elsewhere.
Page 315 of the closing section (#10) of this book:
“Now we are at the conclusion, or final set of interviews, for this book. I must again say that I have been honored and privileged to conduct these interviews with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. Off and on, over the last few years, I have been thinking about when might be the most appropriate place to end this book. I knew and know that my Brother, Minister Farrakhan, was and is so filled with the spirit and wisdom of God Almighty that we could go on, literally for thousands of pages easily.
“When he was here in Phoenix, preparing for his Saviours’ Day address, for February 2006, he shared with me what he had in mind to say to Black people, to America, and to the world, with the help of Allah. What he said to me made me to think and feel that the next time I got the chance to interview him that set of interviews would represent the concluding sections of this book.
“So when he arrived in Phoenix on June 2nd and I was blessed to have dinner with him that night, I looked at and listened to my Brother for signs or hints that this was it! The next morning when he came to my home it was clear to me from the jewels that began to drop from his mouth that this was it!”
Please read page 326 of Closing The Gap:
On June 5, 2006 I asked Minister Farrakhan: “ … in Cuba when I had an experience that I have mentioned to you twice. It seemed like it was very short. I woke up in it. It was maybe 5:30 a.m. when I woke up, when I knew I had just seen the Honorable Elijah Muhammad as clear as day. In the scene he was more to my left. I saw you. You were somewhat less clear and a little below the middle of the scene and somewhat towards the right. Almost simultaneously I heard what seemed to me to be a contingent, I wouldn’t say troops, but a small contingent or body of troops coming from over towards the upper right. That’s where their sound came from.
“Then the Honorable Elijah Muhammad said to me, “They are coming for me in him.” Immediately, I knew he was referring to you. I woke up and the scene was still there. I thought to call you, but I said no that would be very improper. Moreover, I probably couldn’t reach him anyway. But it had an impact on me.
About six days, based on this vision, I telephoned Brother Marlon, in New York City, who knew some of my physical problems, to contact otherBrothers and Sisters to get to work on aspects of the “Gap Book.” A day or so I telephoned Brother Steve (who lives in Phoenix) to please get a believer to get ready to make a translation of this book into Spanish. I asked for others help.
(Later, after the book was published, a few of Minister Farrakhan’s followers put the book into French. After I went into my present condition I lost contact with them.)
This fact was cut out from the final material when the book was to be printed. Be it the will of Allah, it will be printed into the next edition.
We can read, on the next page, “Now, Brother Minister, I would like for you to tell me what you think about that experience.”
I asked for his reaction to this vision and he answered:
Minister Farrakhan: “First, it’s a very profound experience that answers many questions for me personally and probably for others as well.”
(Please read the rest of his answer starting on page 326 to the end of it. Later, that same year, he made a talk, based on that same vision, on June 30, 2006).
A few weeks ago, here in Phoenix, he said something to me that reminded me of something that the Honorable Elijah Muhammad told me back in 1966. He told me he knew the exact year he would get ten million followers. He was not boasting when he told me that, nor when he said he will get all of us–into the millions–through Minister Farrakhan.
The writer of the passage of scripture in Revelation 5:6, was referring to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, under the title Lamb–Minister Farrakhan’s teacher. The “eyes” and the “horns” to him being taught infinite wisdom and power from God.
Think deeply into today’s events in relation to Minister Farrakhan’s words on pages 81-82 of Closing The Gap, “We are all on a journey. The journey or the goal of the journey is a meeting with Allah. … So there are subtle changes that no one, except one very close and observing can see. And there are changes that will be readily seen by the public in the manner in which the brother expresses the word of God.
“Unfortunately, there are those who misread change. And there are those who purposely misrepresent change.”
But this will ultimately be changed for the better.
More next issue, Allah willing