Category Archives: Religion

TESTIMONIES OF THE OBOIRO (OR ORACLE) Book I Interpretations Of Experiences On The Holy Mounts

Overcome the barriers between you and the Holy Mounts as the mysteries of African Stupidity are resolved and the Secrets of African witchcraft revealed.

Discover the truth, secrets, lies, and conspiracies behind “Ancestral Curses,” and “Ancestor Worship.”
Mysteries of the ritual of burying people alive; Africans were doomed unless they did something to their ancestors.

Read the strategy to abolish ancestral curses and blood liability.

People only succeeded in specific life-long projects, when they broke witchcraft covenants, and focused on what?

How to recognize witchcraft world or covens in dreams.

Every major religion on Earth, based on Holy Books, had their roots in the Holy Mounts. The Olympic Games derived from experiences on the Holy Mount Olympus, and the foundation for philosophy: Why have Africans contributed nothing?

Why is Africa the destination of those sourcing for slaves?

Why did the dwellers on the Holy Mounts mandate the Oboiro?

The Oboiro-keys to effective Prayers.

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What Would a Muslim Say: Conversations, Questions, and Answers About Islam

“What Would a Muslim Say” showcases everyday people asking real questions and getting real answers about Islamic principles and practices. This book documents my experiences as an interfaith and outreach volunteer. Ever since 2009, I have helped facilitate dialogue with many different people, answering questions about Islam and addressing misconceptions about my faith. I wanted to share those conversations with people who might otherwise not have the ability or opportunity to talk with a Muslim about Islam. What Others Say “Reading “What Would a Muslim Say” felt like taking a journey in the minds and hearts of people and what they feel and think about Islam and Muslims. The questions are honest and reflect the thirst that people have to understand and explore what Islam is about. Ahmed Rashed remained focused in his answers even when it got really tough or emotional. He kept the answers balanced as they were also honest and spoke to the level of the person asking the questions with no judgement and with extreme patience, representing what Islam stands for and what good Muslims are like. A great and diverse read that you would surely enjoy.” – Hoda Elsharkawi, Muslim Chaplain, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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