[Editor’s Note: This article is reprinted from Vol. 35, No. 5 and The Final Call will continue to reprint articles written by our late and dear Mother Tynnetta Muhammad.]

“And truly We sent Moses with Our messages to Pharaoh and his chiefs, so he said:   I am the messenger of the Lord of the worlds.   But when he brought them Our signs, lo! they laughed at them. And We showed them not a sign but it was greater than its fellow, and We seized them with chastisement that they might turn.”—Holy Qur’an, Surah 43, verses 46-48

In the 28th Chapter of Genesis of the Bible, beginning with verse 10, we read about Jacob’s dream of a ladder that reaches into the heavens–“Now, Jacob went out from Beersheba, south of Caanan, and went toward Haran (Syria), on the border of Iraq.   So he came to a certain place and stayed there all night because the sun had set.   And he took one of the stones of that place and put it at his head, and he lay down in that place to sleep.   Then he dreamed, and behold, a ladder was set up on the earth, and its top reached to heaven, and there the angels of God were ascending and descending on it.   And behold the Lord stood above it and said, ‘I am the Lord God of Abraham, your father, and the God of Isaac; the land on which you lie I will give to you and your descendents.’”  


The conveyance of God’s further blessings to Jacob continues being bestowed on him; and he called the name of that place Bethel, meaning “The House of God.”   Following this experience, Jacob arrived at Haran and takes two wives, Rachel and Leah from whom are descended 12 sons from Reuben to Benjamin and Joseph.   The dialogue continues with intrigue and some trickery on the part of Laban, his father-in-law.   Jacob is then put in charge of his father-in-law’s livestock which greatly increased over a period of time under his care and supervision.

Jacob separates the speckled and spotted sheep or livestock from the brown and those that appeared white.   This is very similar to the birth control method employed by Yacob in grafting the White Race from the Brown.   Without the in depth Divine Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad on the origins of the races and the present world order, we would be unable to understand the symbolism or metaphors used in the Bible’s teachings of Jacob and/or Yacob, and his special work in manufacturing or producing the White Race and Satan’s world.

The explanation given in Genesis can be compared to Yacob’s grafting of the colors or races we have today.   I quote this explanation on the speckled and spotted sheep.   “It was God’s control over the breeding process operating through the laws of heredity, not Jacob’s highly dubious scheme of prenatal influence that produced the increases in the colored animal progeny.”   Behind many of the fairy tales of English literature and in European folklore, the expression “once upon a time” comes from Biblical references full of symbolic language and metaphors covering up the true histories of their origin.   Such analogies can be made between Jacob and his dream of the ladder in the Bible to the fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk.

The English writer or author always takes a true history and weaves around it fantasy and folklore or make-believe stories to take one away from the truth while leaving the reader with a moral lesson to learn.   This is what happens in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, written by Joseph Jacobs.   First of all, it is interesting to note that letter per letter in the spelling of the title are exactly 19 letters.   We will also note that the name Jack is a shortened version of the name Jacob.   In this story, the boy Jack lives with his widowed mother and they own a milky white cow, which one day could no longer produce milk for the market.   The boy, Jack, goes to sell the cow and meets a strange man who sells him magical beans which he is to plant outside of his window that will grow overnight until it reaches the sky or heaven.

When this happens, he climbs the stalk which appears as a plaited green ladder going up into the sky or heaven.   He encounters giants living there richly endowed with gold coins, a golden hen which lays the golden egg and finally a golden harp stringing sweet music.   Each item in its turn Jack steals, and in the final stage of his thievery and final escape from the giant ogre who is in hot pursuit of him, chops down the beanstalk and ends the giant’s life while he and his mother live happily ever after.  

The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad teaches us in the Theology of Time lecture series that in Jacob’s dream of the ladder, it has 15 rungs which gives us the timeline of Yacob’s civilization or the devil’s time to rule our planet through Tricknollegy and deception.

This timeline begins in the 9,000-year of our Asiatic Calendar History, counting 6,000 years to the 15,000th year which ended in 1914, the beginning of World War I.   Through this methodology of the White Man’s bedtime stories or fairy tales, he keeps the truth of his identity hidden giving us a world of illusion and falsehood, which is at the very nature of his rule.  

Today, the covering of the heavens is being removed by God Himself, who is the Great Prince and Saviour, who finally comes to awaken us from a deep sleep, and is setting up His Kingdom wherein we can live happily ever after!

“O My servants, there is no fear for you this day, nor will you grieve–Those who believed in Our messages and submitted (to Us), Enter the Garden, you and your wives, being made happy.   Sent round to them are golden bowls and drinking-cups, and therein is that which (their) souls yearn for and the eyes delight in, and therein you will abide.” —Holy Qur’an, Surah 43, verses 68-71

To be continued.