“He created you from a single being, then made its mate of the same (kind). And He sent down for you eight of the cattle in pairs. He creates you in the wombs of your mothers-creation after creation–in triple darkness. That is Allah Lord; His is the kingdom. There is no God but He. How are you then turned away?”—Holy Qur’an, Surah 39, verse 6
As I continue my report on our recent journey to Mongolia, I wish to acknowledge the moral and financial support rendered by members of the Mxodus (Coffee Team) with particular thanks to the Honorable Minister Farrakhan for his generous financial donation in making our journey possible. I thank him for his prayers in keeping us safe in our travels and showing us the way in our evolving expression as a young nation in diplomatic arenas of the world. I thank Almighty God Allah and his Christ for their divine protection and blessings that we received.
As I looked out over the sea of extraordinary faces of young women and girls participating in the historic vanguard retreat over the past weekend in Chicago, Illinois, I wondered what this was a sign of. I had a flashback to the last event and theatre performance that we attended on the evening of our departure from Mongolia on our return back to the United States. The event was an amazing traditional dance and song musical acrobatic ensemble of a young group of performers called ‘Tumen Ekh’, which means Vanguard–The Vanguard of Everything! This company was founded by two sisters who we met during our previous visits to Mongolia and who wanted so much to bring to Chicago their performing artists in 2009 at the time of the premiere engagement of “TaHa: The Final Call Symphonic Suite” sponsored by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan as one of the highlights of our Saviours’ Day Convention of that year.
We were admitted to the theatre as their guests on the evening of our departure and had the opportunity to talk with them once again briefly hours before the actual performance. The founders of this performing arts company are yet looking forward to joining us in our efforts to premiere the TaHa musical concert event in Ulaanbataar, Mongolia next year 2012. Hopefully this will take place during the Great Nadaam Festival celebrated every year in the month of July, which commemorates Mongolia’s Independence from China in 1921. I reflected, too, over my earlier journey as part of the 24-member delegation that accompanied the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on his Third World Friendship Tour which ended in 1997.
While on that tour, we visited parts of Asia, which included Indonesia and South Korea and parts of Central Asia, which included Daghestan on the Caspian Sea, Siberia and Moscow where we attended the Eid Celebration following Ramadan of that year. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan addressed several hundred thousand of Muslims at the Grand Mosque as a special guest of honor by the Grand Mufti of Moscow and Siberia. While driving through the large crowds in our car, the driver pointed out to us that this Muslim population were Tatar Muslims, which directly links to the Turkic-Mongol population living in Central Asia who successfully conquered parts of Russia, including Kiev, St. Petersburg, up to the Volta, the Ukraine and into Moscow and into the Caucasus Mountains and other places during the time of Genghis Khan’s dominion and military campaigns.
While visiting Daghestan in the company of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan during the World Friendship Tour III, our hosts also spoke about the presence of the Tatars or Mongols in their population bordering the Caucasus Mountains resulting from Genghis Khan’s dominion in those areas. I wondered if that might also be the case of other populations inheriting Turkic-Mongol descent living in the Caucasus Mountains. When we were in Seoul, Korea, the Honorable Minister Farrakhan knowing of my studies and research of the Mongol and its illustrious leaders from Genghis Khan to Kublai Khan informed me during a luncheon engagement with some of the Unification Church leadership that the Koreans, too, traced their origins and migration back to Mongolia.
In our recent visit to Mongolia as participants in the Global Peace Leadership Conference with its founder, Dr. Hyun Jin Moon, who is also the chairman of the Global Peace Festival Foundation, one of the sons of father and mother Sun Myun Moon, founders of the Unification Church. It was pointed out over and over again that this leadership conference held in Mongolia joined the Great Hun nation and civilization and empire that was established 220 years ago with its ancient roots traced back historically to at least 40,000 years. With this combination of ancient and modern history, many nations including the Native American cultures traced their migrations from the Great Hun civilization, passing through the land bridge known as the Bering Straits into Alaska and North America.
Once again I was reminded of the question and answer of Student Enrollment (Rules of Islam) of the population of the original nation in the wilderness of North America and all over the planet earth, including the two million Indians who are also original, making our total population all over the planet 4,400,000,000. Might it be that our original ancestors and Aboriginal People may have travelled throughout all these regions of the earth known as the ‘Roof of the World,’ which includes Central Asia or the Eurasian land bridge from Mongolia into the Arctic Circle or Zone of the North Pole from whence we discovered the best part of our planet located in Arabia and along the banks of the Nile.
“Say: O My servants who believe, keep your duty to your Lord. For those who do good in this world is good, and Allah’s earth is spacious. Truly the steadfast will be paid their reward without measure. Say: I am commanded to serve Allah, being sincere to Him in obedience. And I am commanded to be the first of those who submit.”—Holy Qur’an, Surah 39, verses 10-12
To be continued.