“Surely your Lord is Allah, Who created the heavens and the earth in six periods, and He is established on the Throne of Power. He makes the night cover the day, which it pursues incessantly. And (He created) the sun and the moon and the stars, made subservient by His command. Surely His is the creation and the command. Blessed to Allah, -the Lord of the worlds.” —Holy Qur’an, Surah 7, verses 54
As we continue our journey capturing the mystical side of Mongolia, and the role of Genghis Khan and the Mongolian Nation into the 21st century, we will be applying the Higher Science and Technology encoded in our Supreme Wisdom Lessons as the keys to unlocking the greater wisdom of the Divine Teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. We began this process in last week’s article by breaking down the contents of words and names into syllables and letters and numbers along with their sound values in opening up our entrance into other worlds deeply embedded in our conscious and unconscious mind. This methodology of contemplation was taught to us by our Saviour, Allah, Master W. F. Muhammad, in a little Book of Supreme Wisdom Lessons, which serves as the Foundation of the Divine Teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. This assignment is given to all students and new converts to Islam in North America and is now spreading quickly around the world. This methodology when properly practiced and applied begins to break the code of information unveiling new knowledge to the blind, deaf and dumb members of our nation who are wallowing in our own blood.
This study unravels the deepest mysteries of life and brings us into the understanding and attainment of the life of the Hereafter. As we venture forward into the realm of the mystical world of Genghis Khan, and the evolution of a world Empire of unparalleled conquests in the 13th century, we will have to admit with our ongoing investigation that there was a great spiritual force behind Genghis Khan’s conquests of the known world which he proclaimed was by the Command of God. Beginning with his childhood in the isolated domain of his homeland near the Onan River, and sacred mountain terrain where he was born, it is said that when he came forth from his mother’s womb, he clutched in his hand a dark blood clot as a sign of his future destiny. It is fascinating to note that the first Revelation of the Holy Qur’an revealed to Prophet Muhammad (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is entitled: Al-Alaq: The Clot, containing 19 verses. What is this a sign of? All humans are evolved from a clot of blood which contains our DNA and genetic material which evolves our destiny.
In the silence of the Cave of Hira, while in the quiet meditation of his soul, Muhammad Ibn Abdullah, received his first visitation of the angel Jabril (Gabriel) and received the first Revelation of Allah commanding him to “Read in the Name of thy Lord who creates–Creates man from a clot.” According to the history of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), he was illiterate and unable to read or to write and was a member of a tribal society. This is also true of Genghis Khan who was born in a nomadic society.
In the introduction of the book entitled, “Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World,” by Jack Weatherford, he writes: “The boy who became Genghis Khan grew up in a world of excessive tribal violence, including murder, kidnapping, and enslavement. As the son of an outcast family left to die on the steppes, he probably encountered no more than a few hundred people in his entire childhood and he received no formal education. From this harsh setting, he learned, in dreadful detail, the full range of human emotion: desire, ambition, and cruelty. … Under such horrific conditions, the boy showed an instinct for survival and self-preservation, but he showed little promise of the achievements he would one day make.”
However, there was a deep-seated spiritual yearning inside of this young boy for a change which manifested in a spiritual experience he had near the sacred place of his birth in which God spoke to him and commissioned him as a punishment to those kingdoms and nations that had disobeyed His Divine Command. Author, Jack Weatherford, continues: “In his own experience, Genghis Khan had often felt the presence and heard the Voice of God speaking directly to him in the vast, open air of the mountain in his homeland and by following those words, he had become the conquerer of great cities and huge nations.”
When Genghis Khan entered the great Central Mosque of Bukhara ruled by the Sultan of Khwarizm, he called out to the assembly gathered there with words directed to the elite with a stern rebuke for the sins and misdeeds of their sultan and themselves which was not meant for the common people. His words were: “It is the great ones among you who have committed these sins. If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you.” Returning to the blood clot he had clutched in his tiny hand when he was born from the womb of his mother, Hoelun, his future destiny had already been ordained as the world’s greatest conquerer as a Mandate from God.
“Call on your Lord humbly and in secret. Surely He loves not the transgressors. And make not mischief in the earth after its reformation, and call on Him, fearing and hoping. Surely the mercy of Allah is nigh to the doers of good.”—Holy Qur’an, Surah 7, verses 55-56
To be continued.