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Rasul Nejmah Bey


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Reply Rasul Nejmah Bey
4:20 PM on February 4, 2012 
We've done it all. All, except one thing: Claim a Freemasonic Rite. Now we are finally doing that, and the Moorish Rite will exist as such! The nautical symbolism of the Moorish Rite will honor and recall the legacy of our ancestors who created the maritime sciences and mastered the seven seas. And when the Moorish Rite is established it will be true to Masonic form; all people will be welcome, regardless of race, creed or color. That is the Moorish way. That's how our ancestors practiced Freemasonry and governed civilization. We will have our style of Freemasonry according to our culture. And we are only doing what others cultures would do and have done. It is only right that we should have a rite to call our own; the Moorish Rite is not only right, it couldn't be more right! As Brother Hazel says, ?If you?re not practicing your own Freemasonry; whose Freemasonry are you practicing?'" A.F.M.R. S.A.I.L.
Reply Rasul Nejmah Bey
10:00 PM on January 28, 2012 
Our history didn't begin with slavery in America; it
began with Moorish civilization in Africa! The
Ancient Moors were elevated by their culture; it is
culture which elevates a people, and it is
Freemasonry which refines them, moralizes them.
Freemasonry and culture are two sides of the same
sail; you can't catch wind on one side without
expanding the other. When we develop a structure of
our culture within Freemasonry; then we will have
planted the seed of refinement in fertile soil, and a
new nation will grow from the old. Our forefathers
were the original Freemasons. And we must never
forget that!?

Clifford E. Hazel Bey
Reply Rasul Nejmah Bey
12:34 AM on January 24, 2012 
There is so much knowledge to gain, if you can learn without losing your footing on the basics. A strong masonic knowledge is indeed a humble student character with a well built foundation and structure. From every school of learning,... to the everyday living experience, you will see how important it is to add to the wealth of your masonic teachings instead of primary focusing on one specific rite or area. The most profound key is knowing how it all fits together! In this field of education it is a must that you become a well-rounded student and or a open mind with a heart like a feather. As a heavy heart, you have already finished the hardest part of freemasonry.
Reply Rasul Nejmah Bey
6:13 PM on January 19, 2012 
If it aint Moorish, most likely it aint Rite!
Reply Rasul Nejmah Bey
1:16 PM on November 13, 2011 
?Our history didn't begin with slavery in America; it
began with Moorish civilization in Africa! The
Ancient Moors were elevated by their culture; it is
culture which elevates a people, and it is
Freemasonry which refines them, moralizes them.
Freemasonry and culture are two sides of the same
sail; you can't catch wind on one side without
expanding the other. When we develop a structure of
our culture within Freemasonry; then we will have
planted the seed of refinement in fertile soil, and a
new nation will grow from the old. Our forefathers
were the original Freemasons. And we must never
forget that!?

Clifford E. Hazel Bey

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