One day, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad told the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan: “Allah prepared you for me.”
I’m thanking the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan for paying all of the expenses involved in getting us to Saviours’ Day 2009. I’m grateful to Allah, in the name of His Messiah, for this experience and for allowing me to be among Believers.
I believe this article contains information, especially for others who suffer from high blood pressure, or are affected by others, who have this problem. The full but concise statement can be read at www.cuttingedgeknowledge.org.
On December 18th, an event occurred that shot my blood pressure up, through the roof. I intend to tell you what it was in full, but not right now. But what it produced is vastly more important.
One: I asked Dr. Patina to give the public a concise view of what happened. Two: I hope this will help others who have high blood pressure.
Now, to this short statement, from Dr. Patina Muhammad:
“On December 18, 2008, Brother Jabril went through a very extreme, stressful situation that caused his blood pressure to rise to 238/169.
Over the course of four days, and despite taking multiple blood pressure medications, his blood pressure remained very high. During the course of these four days, I began to re-research the effects of stress on blood pressure. I wanted to know, even deeper than what I already know, what chemicals or hormones are produced by what organs/glands and how it affects blood pressure. I’ve done this research many times, in the past, but I felt that there still was something missing. I knew the specific event that led to his high blood pressure. And I know that under normal circumstances, whenever there is a period of high stress, in anybody, blood pressure naturally increases, but at the same time, in a reasonable amount of time, the blood pressure should return back to normal. In Brother Jabril’s case, his blood pressure did not return to normal.
“This is what caused me to re-research high blood pressure from a circuitous or indirect route. That circuitous route led me to four different researches, which finally led me to the exact root, of Brother Jabril’s high blood pressure. I used these words to describe this route because of two factors. It took years to get to the root of this problem. He covered this in his public statement. Then it took a specific event that triggered my research in a particular area that allowed me to come to the root, four days later.”
(I hope you will read all of it.)
Now, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad invited his ministers to a special meeting on August 1, 1961. He opened by telling us that what he invited us to hear was that which he could cover in six or seven minutes. He did just that, in that space of time, at the end of the meeting, on problems that took about four hours.
At the end of that meeting he spoke of what would be. He made a reference to the history of Moses, as given in the Bible and the Holy Qur’an. He mentioned the falling away of the people from Moses, through the worship of the golden calf.
The Bible, he said, “charged Aaron with making this calf.” But, he continued, “the Holy Qur’an cleared him of that.” The Holy Qur’an contains information of the departure of Moses to meet again with God to get the guidance that the people would need in the promised land.
(There are a few passages, in the Bible, that contradict these false charges, against Aaron. By the help of Allah, I intend to mention one.)
I sat in rapt attention–with others. Two seats away from me sat Minister Louis Farrakhan. Between us sat Malcolm X.
One day the Honorable Elijah Muhammad told Minister Farrakhan that he had been looking for him for 38 years. This was around April 1968. He had already been working on, with and through Minister Farrakhan for several years.
On certain occasions onward throughout 1968 and 1969, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad added to what he was telling Minister Farrakhan about his relation to himself; his intrinsic value in the divine work; and he gave him insight into his future.
As Minister Farrakhan heard these words, he yet was growing and had more growing to do into the knowledge of himself.
Minister Farrakhan had the flu during a few days in December of 1969. One sister, who was an official from Chicago, had business in New York City. She and I saw each other downstairs outside of Muhammad’s Temple No. 7, as she was going into one Muslim business and I was going into another. We stopped and exchanged the greetings. She told me of the Minister’s health condition. And then, in commenting on the Minister’s health, she told me that the Honorable Elijah Muhammad had said a few days earlier that he should be careful of his health, for Aaron was given a hard time by the people after Moses left. Obviously, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad was, again, putting on Minister Farrakhan’s mind that which was soon to come.
On another day the Honorable Elijah Muhammad said to Minister Farrakhan: “I did not make you brother.” The Minister responded, a little excitedly, “Oh yes you did Dear Holy Apostle. Yes you did.”
The Honorable Elijah Muhammad sternly told him: “Be quiet and listen.” He repeated that he did not make him. Then he said: “I taught you like I taught the rest. But only Allah made you able to put the teachings together in the unique way that you have of putting the teachings together. Allah prepared you for me.”
Let me make it clear, at this point, that the Honorable Elijah Muhammad was already aware of certain types of persons who would come up around him. As he said to us: when you came into his presence he had one ear on your mouth and the other on prophecy to see where you fit. He also said that one of the purposes of the coming of Master Fard Muhammad was to get some, whom He could use (beneficially), to get others.
Who helped others–by the millions, in and out of America–other than Minister Farrakhan?
The Honorable Elijah Muhammad knew that among his followers would develop, or I should say, God would develop, a Brother who would be to him as Aaron was to Moses.
To prepare means what? In a common dictionary it means: “to make something ready for use or action, or for a particular event or purpose; to get ready or make somebody ready for something; to plan something in advance.”
Their best dictionaries cannot define the word “prepare” in the context in which the Honorable Elijah Muhammad used it, because of their limited knowledge that the truth contained: “Allah prepared you for me.”
More next issue, Allah willing.