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President Gamal Abdul Nasser 1954 to 1970 and Muhammad Anwar Sadat 1970 to 1981 was also member of the A.E.O. & A.N.O.M.S. (Ancient Egyptian Order & Arab Noble Of The Mystic Shrine). Left: A depiction of the freemason code illustrated with The Five Pointed Star of Islam, spelling the word Mason. Right: The Jewel Of The Shrine Symbol According to their own book entiled: SACRED RITUALS OF THE SECRET WORKS OF THE ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER OF THE NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE. BY John G Jones, Imperial Grand Potentate Page 43. "The jewel of order is a crescent formed of any substance." "The most valued material are the claws of the royal begal tiger, united at their bases in a gold setting." "Which includes their tips, bearing on the side of the centre the head of a sphinx and on the other a pyramid, urn and star, with the sate of the wearer's reception into the order." Their motto: (Arabic) KUWAT WA GHADAB (Latin) ROBUR ET FUROR (English) STRENGTH AND FURY. Left: A depiction of the Five Pointed Star of Islam the foundation of The Five Pillar Of Faith. The Five Pillar Of Faith is the foundation of western civilization. The priests and priestesses of Amun Ra shaved their heads bald and the rest of their hair off all of their bodies, washed themselves, then donned white garments which the pilgrims in Mecca imitate and wear today.
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Right: 'Standing Caliph',Gold Dinar, Damascus AD 695. This coin depicts the Caliph 'Abd al- Malik Ibn Marwan (AD 683-705). Source Ashmolean Museum Oxford. Left: 'Praying Caliph', Silver Drachm, Al-Basra, Iraq, AD 633. This coin's design has derived from Sasanian silver coinage. The traditional fire altar of the Sasanian coinage has been replaced with a figure of the Caliph praying with raised hands. Source Ashmolean Museum Oxford. ± Home ± Introduction ± Previous ± 1 ± 2 ± 3 ± Next ±
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