Question: What is the original fraternal orders?
Answer: The oldest of all Fraternal societies is The Order Of the Two-Horns. They were the first to introduce math, science and philosophy to the human family. The Order Of the Two-Horns were the "Grand Architects of All Fraternal Orders". They were the ones who planed and designed the structure of what a fraternal order or Brotherhood should be. They were the spark that ignited the fires of spiritual consciousness. The Sumerians and the Ancient Egyptians were nothing more then "masons" meaning the ones who built from the architects (The Order Of the Two-Horns) blue print. Everything in its purest form was from The Order Of the Two-Horns. I, AlKarama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn, The Re-Informer of this day and time was given this information by a messenger known as "KHAZ-HU" to teach the new beings of This Present Solar Cycle the true origins of their spiritual science.

Question: Where did The Order of the Two-Horns originate from?
Answer: They came from what today is known as North East Africa within the vicinity of the Nile River and the Horn of Africa. The Order Of the Two-Horns did not consider having a location of origin because there was no such thing as boarders and countries at that time. Everything was "Earth" or "TAH'QI" as they called it. It is believed that they originated from what today is known as the Mesopotamian region but there are signs that show that they are from what today is known as East Africa. The misconception of them originating in the Mesopotamian region may be due to the fact that they were a nomadic group who traveled. The Order of the Two-Horns were the original teachers of the world. This is the reason why you have similar sacred information in ancient societies in Africa, Asia, Australia Europe and The Americas. For the first part of their journey, they were accompanied by a now extinct horned animal known as the auroch. The auroch was a very large type of cattle, originally prevalent in Africa, Asia and Europe. The word aurochs is both singular and plural. The animal's original scientific name, Bos prim genius, translated the German term Auerochse or Urochs, literally "primeval ox", or "proto-ox". This scientific name is now considered invalid by the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, who classify aurochs under Bos Taurus, the same species as domestic cattle. However, in 2003, the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature "conserved the usage of 17 specific names based on wild species, which are pre-dated by or contemporary with those based on domestic forms", confirming Bos prim genius for the Aurochs. Taxonomists who consider domesticated cattle a subspecies of the wild Aurochs should use B. prim genius Taurus; the name B. Taurus remains available for domestic cattle where it is considered to be a separate species.

Question: Why did they Name themselves The Order Of the Two-Horns?
Answer: They were originally The Society of the Two-Horns but then changed it to The Order of the Two-Horns because the auroch were essential to their survival. They would use the skin for clothing. The tail as ropes or belts. The horns were used as cups, fire carriers, spoons. And most important, the meat was used as food. They overstood how important these animals were to man, thus in return "being the two-horned" made them "Helpers" or "Aiders" of their fellow man.

Question: How did they dress?
Answer: I already stated that they used the skin of the auroch for clothing. They wore simple robes but they were known for their elaborate headdress called the "SEN-HU". It was similar to what is known as a "Fez". It did not come from the ancient Egyptian crown. The "Fez" origins is older then ancient Egypt and originate with The Order of the Two-Horns. This is where the ancient Egyptians got their head dress from. The "SEN-HU" was made with the skin of the auroch. In the middle of the "SEN-HU" was the ancient symbol of a "crescent" which some misinterpret as the moon and "dot" which some misinterpret as the sun. The symbol is very Similar to what the Nuwaubians use as their symbol. The Nuwaubians teach that the Crescent in their symbol represents the Two Horns which give off the appearance of the crescent moon. This fact can be found in Shaikh Daoud vs W.D. Fard by Dr. Malachi Z York on pages 9093. This is proof that Malachi Z. York , the last Master Teacher knew of their existence and that he was preparing you for this new source of knowledge.

Nuwaubian Symbol similar to the Order of the Two-Horns

Question: Did The Order of the Two-Horns have any oaths of secrecy?
Answer: At first they did not because it was not necessary since the information originated with them. It was once they started teaching others like their children and neighbors that oaths of secrecy came into play. They established pledges to help their fellow man. They overstood what it meant to be part of the human family.

Question: Did The Order of the Two-Horns acknowledge a creator concept?
Answer: Yes! They called the Creative Force "HU". This same name is used by the ancient Egyptians god of creation and inspiration "HW". After "HU" were many spirit guides which people eventually turned into demi-gods and angels.. While they traveled, they called on the protection of the spiritual guide that they called Khaz-HU. KHAZ-HU is said the spirit of traveling because KHAZ-HU has the ability to travel from the spiritual realm to the physical realm to give support, inspiration, balance and guidance to all things. All of the spiritual guides have "Hu" at the end of their names to let you know where they came from. KHAZ-HU is personified as a green humanoid being. I will teach you more on the KHAZ-HU later on.

Question: Where did the original Order of the Two-Horns travel?
Answer: We already know they came from what today is known as East Africa. From that point on they traveled eastward teaching their message to all the people they encountered in those lands. They traveled through what today is known as the Middle East, India, China and Japan, setting up what would eventually become known as Mystery Schools and Religion. This is the reason why in Hinduism the cow is considered sacred and its protection is a recurrent theme in which she is symbolic of abundance, of the sanctity of all life and of the earth that gives much while asking nothing in return. In The Chinese Zodiac, the Ox is the sign of prosperity through fortitude and hard work. This powerful sign is a born leader, being quite dependable and possessing an innate ability to achieve great things.

In Hinduism, the cow is considered sacred and its protection is a recurrent theme in which she is symbolic of abundance, of the sanctity of all life and of the earth that gives much while asking nothing in return.

The Order of the Two-Horns eventually traveled over the Bering Straits over to Alaska, Canada and eventually the rest of the Americas where they stopped. The Native Americans were thankful for this Illuminated Information. The Order of the Two-Horns settled down and had children with the Native Americans. Their children branched off with other tribes creating new tribes. Later on, Asians and African Moors came to North America and were astonished to find similarities amongst their people and the Native Americans and the mixing continued. This was before the Europeans came over with Christopher Columbus. All of this is documented in They Came Before Columbus by Ivan Van Sertima. This is why the buffalo is so sacred to the Native Americans. It is of the same family as the auroch.

Black Water Buffalo of North America

Native American Influenced by the Order of the Two-Horns.

Question: What happened to the Akkadians and Egyptians taught by the Order of the Two-Horns.
Answer: The spiritual science of the Order of the Two-Horns went by many names. The Akkadians, who were a Semitic people called it "NEBU" meaning "message" and called "KHAZHU" by the Semitic name of "GALZ-HU". The Ancient egyptians orders, called the spiritual science "HEBU" also meaning "message" and they called "KHAZ-HU" by the name of "TEH-HU" or "TE-HU-TI" or "IAH-SAR-HU". Being students of the Original Order of the Two-Horns, The Ancient Egyptians were generous with the information that they received. They decided to teach it to anyone who was interested in learning.

The Ancient Egyptian Deity, known as Tehuti is at times depicted with the crescent moon (Horns) atop his head. Please refer to : Shaikh Daoud vs W.D. Fard by Dr Malachi Z York, Pages 90-93)

The Hyksos, who were a Semitic tribe of nomads from Syria broke off from their brethren and journeyed into Egypt. Their brothers, called the "Arabu", eventually settled in what today is known as Arabia became known as the Arabs. The Hyksos, then known as the 'Ibiru eventually became known as Hebrews. When the 'Ibiru migrated into Egypt, they were already aware of the teachings of the Order of the Two-Horns because they were from the land of the Akkadians. Having knowledge of the Order of the Two-Horns allowed them to slowly become part of the Egyptian culture and then take control of the Southern Kingdom. It was the Hyksos who gave the city of Giza its name. The world famous pyramids in Egypt were located in the city of Giza before the name change. The word "Giza" comes from the Semitic word for "Cut Stone". This "Cut Stone" relayed to the blocks that were used to build the Pyramid and the Sphinx eventually became symbolic of the Cornerstone seen and venerated in all Masonic affiliated temples. The name Giza is actually a term grafted from the Semitic name for KAHZ-HU which I said was "GALZ-HU" except the "L" sound was eventually dropped due to the mixing of the Akkadian and Egyptian Tongues. The Hyksos (Ibiru/Hebrews), due to an apparent scheme to change the teachings of the Order of the Two-Horns to make themselves out to be the original providers of this knowledge were led out out of Egypt by a powerful Pharaoh named "YAH-MOSES" or "AHMO-SE".

Depiction of Pharaoh Ahmose evicting the Hyksos' from the Egypt. Notice the 2 Serpents on his head? They symbolic of "YAH" the Moon who also is symbolic of The Horns as stated earlier for the Moon or the Light that Shines in Darkness.

Not to get off topic but here is some food for thought. The letter A, the first letter in our Alphabet comes from the Phoenician Letter "A" or "Aleph" which in turn comes from the first letter of the Proto-Canaanite alphabet "ALF" or "ALP". In the Hebrew Language, the Letter "A" or "Aleph" is symbolically associated with the words "Eloheem" (God) and "Adam" (First Man). If you do your research, you will find that the Ancient form of the letter "A" or "Aleph" in the Proto-Canaanite glyph is a Pictogram of a Horned Animal. It is no coincidence why the first letter of this ancient Alphabet is a Horned Animal. The reason why the "ALP" or "ALF" which is translated to mean "ox" or more specifically the Aurochs was chosen is because it was the animal that offered the most back to the people of that region. The Muslims and Jews use this letter today but do not know its origins. The Jews do not know that The Order of the Two-Horns were the "gods" (elohim) who said let us make man (adam) in our image and after our likeness.

After the Hyksos, the Greeks who did not receive the teachings of the Order of the Two-Horns started to visit Egypt at first for trade, later for knowledge. At first, the Greeks earned the trust of the Egyptians causing them to start a vast migration into Egypt. Unfortunately, under the powerful command of Alexander The Great, the Greeks eventually took the Egyptians kindness for weakness and took over the land eventually mixing with Egyptian society. This era was known as the "Hellenistic" era. In due time, the Romans came in power and took control of the Greek Empire's land but instead of learning the Spiritual Science as taught by the original Egyptians by the Order of the TwoHorns, The Romans learned a diluted Hellenized version of the Spiritual Science. With the Rise of Rome eventually came the rise of Christianity in Egypt and this was the last era before the destruction of all the so-called "Pagan" lessons that the Ancient Egyptians protected and were

teaching on behalf of the Order of the Two-Horns. Stolen Legacy by George GM James explains this in detail.


Question: Is There any Evidence of The Order of the Two Horns In the Bible?
Answer: Yes. In the last Chapter, we discussed The Hyksos (Ibiru or Hebrews) and their apparent scheme to change the teachings of the Order of the Two-Horns in order to make themselves out to be the original providers of this knowledge. Because of their plot, they were eventually led out out of Egypt by a powerful Pharaoh named Ahmose ( whose name is pronounced "YAH-MO-SE or YAH-MOSES), but being ejected from Egypt did not stop them from doing what they planed on doing. The Hyksos (Ibiru or Hebrews) once they reached their original home in the area known as "Kanahu" (Canaan) started to fabricate stories about their past in the book we have today called The Torah. The Torah are the first 5 Books of the Bible. The Torah is also known as the Pentateuch. And in this book, they were able to add bits of information about the Order of the Two Horns but apply it to themselves. In Exodus 34:29, it speaks of Moses coming down from Mount Sinai after receiving the second set of tablets known as the 10 Commandments. In the Torah, it says that Moses did not know that his face was pronounced "qeren". That word "qeren" in most of today's Bible translations is rendered as "shinning" , "shone" or "radiant" but should rightly be translated as "horns". Early translations of the Bible say "horns". It was eventually changed to "radiant" because the Roman Emperor Justinian, the man responsible for the destruction of the mystery schools in Egypt wanted to hide the truth. The Truth being that the Biblical Moses did not really exist but rather was based on Pharaoh Ahmose. In fact, Ahmose was initiated into the ancient Egyptian order based on the Order of the Two Horns.

The photo on the left is of Pharaoh Ahmose. The photo on the right is a renaissance statue of Moses with horns.

Transliteratio n
uiei b'redth moshe mer sinai ushini luchth he'odth b'id-moshe b'ridthu min-eher u'moshe la-ido ki qeren 'owr phni'u b'dbar'u ath'u.

Mistranslation from the King James Version Exodus 34:29
And it came to pass, when Moses came down from mount Sinai with the two tables of testimony in Moses' hand, when he came down from the mount, that Moses wist not that the skin of his face shone while he talked with him.

Hebrew Torah (Pentateuch) Shemot (Exodus) 34:29

Right Translation by Al Karama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn
And time pass, Mosheh was coming down from mount Sinai and the two tables of the testimony were in the hand of Mosheh. When he come down from the mount, Mosheh did not known that the skin of his face had horns that

illuminated because He (Yahowah) spoke with him (Mosheh). Now how do we know that it was actually meant to mean "Horned" and not "Shone"? Well, According to Strong's Bible Lexicon Hebrew # 7160, the word Qeren pronounced "kaw-ran'" is said to mean 2 things. 1. To Send Out Rays 2. To Grow Horns. and when you go to Strong's Bible Lexicon Hebrew # 7161 for Qeren (keh'-ren), it says 1) horn a) horn b) of strength (fig) c) flask (container for oil) d) horn (as musical instrument) e) horn (of horn-like projections on the altar) f) of rays of light g) hill and when you go to Strong's Bible Lexicon Hebrew # 7162 for Qeren (keh'-ren) , it says 1) horn a) as musical instrument b) symbolic (in visions) c) of an animal So if you notice, Strong's Strong's Bible Lexicon Hebrew #, 07160, 07161 and 07162, which all just so happen to have the same root word all have one thing in common. All 3 of those word variations all have something to do with Horns. The term Radiant has nothing to do with this term. The definition "To Send Out Rays" or "Shone" or "Radiant" or "Shinning" was latter applied to the term because getting Horns was synonymous with becoming an Illuminated or Enlightened Being. The actually word for "radiant" or "shinning" or "shone" in Hebrew is (pronounced 'owr) and this word is also present in Exodus 34:29. If you go back up and check out Exodus 34:29, you will find the word (pronounced 'owr) right after the word (pronounced qeren). Remember, Hebrew alphabet is read from left to right but the transliteration is read from right to left. In the Hebrew, it should look like this ( ) but in the transliteration, it will look like this (qeren 'owr) (but notice how they took out the Horns and only left in the shinning? This word pronounced 'owr can be found in the Strong's Bible Lexicon Hebrew # 0215. 1) to be or become light, shine a) (Qal) 1) to become light (day)

2) to shine (of the sun) 3) to become bright b) (Niphal) 1) to be illuminated 2) to become lighted up c) (Hiphil) 1) to give light, shine (of sun, moon, and stars) 2) to illumine, light up, cause to shine, shine 3) to kindle, light (candle, wood) 4) lighten (of the eyes, his law, etc) 5) to make shine (of the face)

The same exact Hebrew word

(pronounced 'qeren') is used in Psalm 69:31 with the prefix means "horned One"

(the Hebrew letter 'meem') which signifies 'possession', therefore

u'thiteb l'yahowah moshur par moqeren moparim

King James Version of Psalms 69:31 Hebrew Ketuvim (Writings) Tehillim (Psalms) 69:31
[This] also shall please the LORD better than an ox [or] bullock that hath horns and hoofs.

Right Translation by Al Karama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn
And she shall be pleasing to Yahowah, [better then] having an ox [and/or] bullock, horned ones , hoofed ones. Why do they want to hide the fact that mankind received illumination by way of the horns?

Question: Is there any Evidence of the Order of the Two Horns in the Qur'aan?

Answer: Yes, in the Qur'aan in the 18th Chapter called Surah Al-Kahf (18) verses 83-98. There is a mention of a character named Dhu al-Qarnayn and his name literally meaning "Master of the Two Horns" He is described as a great and righteous ruler who built a long wall that keeps Gog and Magog from attacking the people of the West.

Transliteration of Surah Al-Kahf (The Degree of the Cave) 18:8398
Wayas-aloonaka 'an dhey al-qarnayni qul saatloo a'alaykum minhu thikran [83] Inna makkanna lahu fee alardi wa ataynahu min kulli shay-in sababan [84] Faatba'a sababan [85] Hatta itha balagha maghriba alshshamsi wajadaha taghrubu fee 'aynin hami-atin wawajada 'indaha qawman qulna ya dha al-qarnayni imma an tu'aththiba wa-imma an tattakhitha feehim husnan [86] Qala amma man thalama fasawfa nu'aththibuhu thumma yuraddu ila rabbihi fayu'aththibuhu AAathaban nukran [87] Waamma man amana wa'amila salihan falahu jazaan al-husna wasanaqoolu lahu min amrina yusran [88] Thumma atba'a sababan [89] Hatta itha balagha matli'a alshshamsi wajadaha tatlu'au 'ala qawmin lam naj'al lahum min dooniha sitran [90] Kathalika waqad ahatna bima ladayhi khubran [91] Thumma atba'a sababan [92] Hatta itha balagha bayna al-ssaddayni wajada min doonihima qawman la yakadoona yafqahoona qawlan

[93] Qaloo ya dha alqarnayni inna ya-jooja wa ma-jooja mufsidoona fee al-ardi fahal naj'aalu laka kharjan 'ala an taj'ala baynana wabaynahum saddan [94] Qala ma makkannee feehi rabbee khayrun faa'eenoonee biquwwatin aj'aal baynakum wabaynahum radman [95] Atoonee zubara alhadeedi hatta itha sawa bayna alsadafayni qala onfukhoo hatta itha ja'alahu naran qala atooni ofrigh 'alayhi qitran [96] Fama ista'aoo an yathharoohu wama istata'aoo lahu naqban [97] Qala hatha rahmatun min rabbee fa-itha jaa wa'adu rabbee ja'alahu dakkaa wakana wa'adu rabbee haqqan [98]

Right Translation by Al Karama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn
They ask you about Dhu al-Qarnayn. Say “I will recite to you all what I remembered”[83] Indeed We gave him power in the Earth and We gave him a means for everything.[84] So he followed a means.[85] till he reached where the Sun was setting, he noticed that it was setting upon a

muddy spring and found by it a people. We said: “Oh Dhu al-Qarnayn! You have the option to either punish them or to show them kindness.”[86] He said: “Anyone Who will do wrong shall be punished; then will he return to his Sustainer and be sternly punished by Him.[87] As for him who believes and does good deeds, he will have a good reward and will be assigned an easy task by our command.”[88] Then he set out on another expedition [89] till he came to the rising of the Sun, he noted it rising on a people for whom We had not provided any shelter from it.[90] as they were: We had full knowledge what was before him.[91] Then he set out on another expedition [92] till he reached between two mountains where he found a people who could hardly understand his language.[93] They requested: “Oh Dhu al-Qarnayn! People of Gog and Magog ravage this land; should we pay you tribute in order for you to build a wall-barrier between

us and them?” [94] He said: “That which my Sustainer has granted me is more than enough, just help me with strength. I will erect a fortified barrier between you and them.[95] Bring me panels of iron.” Finally when he had dammed up the shelter between the two mountains, he said: “You blow” They did so until the iron wall became red hot, then he said: “Bring me some molten brass to pour over it."[96] So they could not scale it or to dig through it.[97] He said: “This is a mercy from my Sustainer. But when the promise of my Sustainer shall come to pass, He will level it to the ground, for the promise of my Sustainer is always true."[98] Dhu al-Qarnayn is a title and not the personal name of this character. Many secular Islamic scholars believe that he is Alexander the Great due to similarities in the Alexander Romance, a collection of legends concerning the mythical exploits of Alexander the Great, and the Qur'aan Narrative. Contemporary Islamic scholars are divided on the issue, some identifying him with Cyrus the Great and others to at least three different kings of pre-Islamic Arabia. One thing all the sources have in common is that Dhu al-Qarnayn was a ruler. What they do not know is that Dhu al-Qarnayn is simply another character based on the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Ahmose. This is the reason why the legend of Moses, Dhu al-Qarnayn and al Khidr, a supporting character in the Alexander Romance and Islamic folk-lore all have a common link.

An Islamic Depiction of Al-Khidr (right) and companion Dhu alQarnayn marvel at the sight of a salted fish that comes back to life when touched by the Water of Life.

In the Alexander Romance, Al Khidr serves as a guide to Alexander the Great while in the Qur'aan Al Khidr serves as a guide to Moses in a story that precedes the Qur'aanic story of Dhu

al-Qarnayn. According to the Alexander Romance, Al-Khidr (‫ل خ ضرا‬, literally "the green one", also transcribed: Khidr, Khidar, Khizr, Khizar) found a green jewel which was said to have been brought to earth from paradise by way of Adam. It was this jewel that guided al-Khidr to the "Water of Immorality", also known as the "Fountain of Youth". Once he immersed himself into the waters all the flesh of his body became green as well as his garments. Thus today, it is no coincidence that in Islam, they use the word "Ghazul" when they immerse themselves in water for that word stems back to the Semitic word "Ghalz-Hu" which was another name for the great spiritual guide of the Order of the Two-Horns known as "Khaz-Hu." The name al-Khidr also stems back to the Spiritual guide "Khaz-Hu" as well for in Arabic, ‫ ( ض‬the letter 'dhal') has more of a "Z" sound then a "D" sound. Qur'aanic commentators say that al-Khidr is one of the prophets; others refer to him simply as an angel who functions as a guide to those who seek God. Most Sufis (Islamic mystics) associated al-Khidr with Melchizedek of the Bible. In reality Al Khidr is a personified form of the ancient spiritual guide known as "Khaz-Hu".

This Is No Coincidence

Transliteration of Surah Al-Kahf (The Degree of the Cave) 18:60-82
Wa-ith qala moosa lifatahu la abrahu hatta ablugha majma'aa albahrayni aw amdiya huquban [60] Falamma balagha majma'aa baynihima nasiya hootahuma faittakhatha sabeelahu fee albahri saraban [61] Falamma jawaza qala lifatahu atina ghadaana laqad laqeena min safarina hatha nasaban [62] Qala araayta ith awayna ila alssakhrati fa-innee naseetu al-hoota wama ansaneehu illa alshshaytanu an athkurahu waittakhatha sabeelahu fee albahri 'aajaban [63] Qala thalika ma kunna nabghi fairtadda 'aala atharihima qasasan [64] Fawajada 'aabdan min 'aibadina ataynahu rahmatan min 'aindina wa'aallamnahu min ladunna 'ailman [65] Qala lahu moosa hal attabi'auka 'aala an tu'aallimani mimma 'aullimta rushdan [66] Qala innaka lan tastatee'aa ma'aiya sabran [67] Wakayfa tasbiru 'aala ma lam tuhit bihi khubran [68] Qala satajidunee in shaa Allahu sabiran wala a'asee laka amran [69] Qala fa-ini ittaba'atanee fala tasalnee 'aan shay-in hatta ohditha laka minhu thikran [70] Faintalaqa hatta itha rakiba fee alssafeenati kharaqaha qala akharaqtaha litughriqa ahlaha laqad ji-ta shay-an imran [71] Qala alam aqul

innaka lan tastatee'aa ma'aiya sabran [72] Qala la tu-akhithnee bima naseetu wala turhiqnee min amree 'ausran [73] Faintalaqa hatta itha laqiya ghulaman faqatalahu qala aqatalta nafsan zakiyyatan bighayri nafsin laqad ji-ta shay-an nukran [74] Qala alam aqul laka innaka lan tastatee'aa ma'aiya sabran [75] Qala in saaltuka 'aan shay-in ba'adaha fala tusahibnee qad balaghta min ladunnee 'authran [76] Faintalaqa hatta itha ataya ahla qaryatin istat'aama ahlaha faabaw an yudayyifoohuma fawajada feeha jidaran yureedu an yanqadda faaqamahu qala law shi/ta laittakhathta 'aalayhi ajran [77] Qala hatha firaqu baynee wabaynika saonabbi-oka bita-weeli ma lam tastati'a 'aalayhi sabran [78] Amma alssafeenatu fakanat limasakeena ya'amaloona fee albahri faaradtu an a'aeebaha wakana waraahum malikun yakhuthu kulla safeenatin ghasban [79] Waamma alghulamu fakana abawahu mu'minayni fakhasheena an yurhiqahuma tughyanan wakufran [80] Faaradna an yubdilahuma rabbuhuma khayran minhu zakatan waaqraba ruhman [81] Waamma aljidaru fakana lighulamayni yateemayni fee almadeenati wakana tahtahu kanzun lahuma wakana aboohuma salihan faarada rabbuka an yablugha ashuddahuma

wayastakhrija kanzahuma rahmatan min rabbika wama fa'aaltuhu 'aan amree thalika ta'weelu ma lam tasti'a 'aalayhi sabran [82]

Right Translation by Al Karama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn
And when Musa (Moses) said to his young servant: “I will not give up my journey until I reach the junction of the two rivers, even if I have to spend ages in travel."[60] It so happened that when at last they reached the junction of the two rivers they forgot about their big fish which got off the hook and made its way into the river, and disappeared.[61] When they had passed on some distance, Musa (Moss) asked his young servant: “Let us have our breakfast, really we are worn out with this traveling."[62] He replied: “You know! I forgot to tell

you about the fish, which made its way miraculously into the river, when we were resting beside that rock. It was Shaytan (Satan) who made me forget to mention this incident to you."[63] He (Musa/Moses) said: “That is the place we were looking for,” so they went back retracing their footsteps.[64] So they both found a servant from amongst our servants (alKhidr) whom We had blessed with compassion from Ourselves and whom We had given special knowledge of Our own.[65] Musa (Moses) requested of him: “May I follow you so that you may teach me from that Right Knowledge which you have been taught?”[66] He (al-Khidr) answered: “Surely you will not be able to bear with me,[67] for how can you have patience about that which is beyond your knowledge?”[68] He (Musa/Moses) said: “If Allah wills, you shall find me patient and I shall not disobey you in any way."[69] He said: “If you want to follow me, then do not question me about anything until I tell you about it myself."[70] So they set forth, but when they embarked in a boat so he (al-Khidr) made a hole in it. Musa (Moses) cried out: “Did you make a hole in it to drown its passengers? You have done a strange thing!”[71] He (al-Khidr) said: “Didn’t I say that you would not manage to have patience with me?”[72] He (Musa) said: “Pardon my

forgetfulness, do not be angry with me on account of this mistake." [73] So they journeyed on until they met a boy, and he (al-Khidr) slew him. Musa (Moses) said: “You have killed an innocent person though he had killed nobody. Surely you have done a horrible deed!”[74] He (al-Khidr) said: “Did I not tell you that you will not be able to bear with me?”[75] He (Musa/Moses) replied: “If ever I ask you about anything after this, you may not keep me in your company; for then you will have an excuse in my case.”[76] They traveled on until they came to the people of a town. They asked them for some food, but they refused to receive them as their guests. There they found a wall on the point of falling down, so he restored it. Musa (Moses) said: “If you wanted you could have demanded some payment for it!”[77] He (al-Khidr) replied: “That's it, this is the parting between you and me. But first I will explain to you those acts of mine which you could not bear to watch with patience.[78] As for the boat, it belonged to some poor fishermen who toiled on the river. I intended to damage it because in their rear there was a king who was seizing every boat by force.[79] As for the youth, his parents are true believers, and we feared lest he would grieve them with his rebellion and unbelief.[80] It was our wish that our Sustainer

should grant them another in his place, a son more righteous and better in affection.[81] As for the wall, it belonged to two orphan boys in the city and beneath it their treasure was buried. Since their father was a righteous man, your Sustainer desired that these children should attain their maturity and take out their treasure. All this was done as a mercy from your Sustainer. What I did was not done by my own will. That is the interpretation of those actions which you could not bear to watch with patience.”[82]

Moses, a character in the Bible and Qur'aan is based on the Pharaoh Ahmoses Dhu Al Qarnayn, a character in the Qur'aan and the Alexander Romance is based on Pharaoh Ahmose Al Khidr, a character in the Qur'aan is based on the spiritual guide of The Order of the Horns known as "Galz-Hu" or "Khaz-Hu"

To Be Continued.

Question: Is There any Christian Connection to the Order of the Two Horns?
Answer: In the Christian Bible's Epistle to the Hebrews 6:20, a Book attributed to the 13th self appointed apostle of Jesus named Paul (although there are questions as to who the real author is), it states that Jesus was a High Priest in the Order of Melchizedek.


Epistle to the Hebrews 6:20 (Greek)

Right Translation by Al Karama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn
20 where our forerunner, Jesus, has entered on our behalf. He has become a high priest forever, in the order of Melchizedek.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Melchizedek is a mystical character with archetypes in many cultures and faiths. The Sufis teach that al-Khidr is the Islamic version of Melchizedek for they see him as a teacher of Prophets. According to ancient Christian Apocryphal text, Melchizedek is also seen as the "one like the son of man" we read about in the New Testament's Apocalypse, also known as the Book of Revelations. This gave people the impression that Melchizedek and Jesus were the same being but in reality, Jesus is "Like" Melchizedek making Melchizedek like the "son of man" (Jesus). The Book of Revelations because of its extensive use of symbolism is often neglected but not rejected by the Church. Here are some symbolic verse that represent the Order of the Two Horns.


The Apocalypse according to Saint John the Divine (The Book of Revelations) 1:16

Right Translation by Al Karama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn
In his right hand he held seven stars, and out of his mouth came a sharp double-edged sword. His face was like the sun shining in all its brilliance.


The Apocalypse according to Saint John the Divine

(The Book of Revelations) 2:12

Right Translation by Al Karama'l Khidr Dhu'l Qarnayn
To the angel of the Assembly of Elevation write: These are the Thoughts of him who has the sharp, double-edged sword.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Many so-called scholars fail to comprehend is the science behind the meaning of the Double Edged Sword Coming out of the Shining Face. This symbolism is similar to the story of Moses as told in Chapter 2 of this introduction to the Order of the Two Horns. The Double Edged is not actually a sword coming from out of the mouth but actually symbolic of 2 sharp objects that protrude from out the Mind. The Mind being the birth place of the (Logos). The Logos is usually translated as "word" but a more correct explanation would be "Ideas and thoughts that originate in the ether realm that can come into physical existence". When you look above at Revelations 2:12, the word (Lego) is used. This word "Lego" shares a root wit the word "Logos". "Lego" means "to have thoughts" but is often mistranslated as "to say".


This concept of Logos was first popularized by Heraclitus (535–475 BC), a pre-Socratic Ionian philosopher, a native of Ephesus on the coast of Asia Minor. Heraclitus is known for his doctrine of change being central to the universe, and that the Logos is the fundamental order of all. Revelations 1:16 and 2:12 actually means something coming from the Illuminated Mind commonly known as the 7th Chakra. So you see, the Order of Melchizedek is actually a Semitic

offshoot of the Order of the Two-Horns and the Biblical Character of Jesus was said to be a High Priest in that Order.

Around the 1st Century BC, Gnosticism became popular. The Gnostics were offshoots similar to that of the Order of Melchizedek. They had a spiritual system that taught humans are divine souls trapped in a material world created by an imperfect spirit. In order to free oneself from the inferior material world, one needs gnosis, or esoteric spiritual knowledge available only to a learned elite. Jesus of the Bible is identified by some Gnostic as an embodiment of the supreme being who became incarnate to bring gnosis to the Earth. The Gnostics were the first Christians initiates into the sacred rites that were originally established by the Order of the Two Horns.

10,000 BC The "White Lady" of Tassili n'Ajjer in the mountains of Algeria commemorates a female shaman dancer, (notice the horns) Gnosticism derives from archaic practices of mystics in which women played an equal, if not dominant role.

One of the earliest known symbols of the Gnostic sects is called the Abraxas. A talisman that usually depicted with the word Abraxas and a Anguipede; a symbol with the head of a fowl, a human torso and 2 Serpent as legs. If you recall on Chapter 1of this Introduction into the Order of

the Two Horns, the 2 serpents on the Headgear of Pharoah Ahmose also had 2 Serpents that represented 2 horns. In time, certain offshoots altered the Animal symbolism but not its meaning.

Many of the Gospels of Jesus not permitted in the Bible during the 1st and 2nd Councils of Nicaea were written by Gnostic scribes. Some of these Gospels today are known as the Nag Hammadi Text or the Apocrypha. Because the Gnostics taught a doctrine of self improvement that did not require any physical mediator, the Roman Catholic Church saw the Gnostics as threat that must be dealt with.

Nag Hammadi Text from 1st Century AD

By the late 4th century, the Roman Catholic Church started to persecute anyone who studied the mysteries, this included the Gnostics who were very popular in north east Africa . Temples and statues were destroyed throughout the Roman empire which included Europe, Asia and north Africa. Ancient rituals became forbidden under punishment of death. The great Library of Alexandria and the Serapeum were destroyed. In 391AD, Emperor Theodosius I ordered the destruction of all the Mystery Schools and the Patriarch Theophilus, complied with his request. The Roman Catholic Church kept most of the library information for themselves. It is no coincidence that the name "Jesus" in Italian, the modern day language of the Roman Catholic Church is "Gesu'" . In Greek, the name for Jesus is "Iesous" and turned the "I" into a "J". Now keep in mind, the letter "G" already existed in the Greek and Latin Alphabets. They could have spelled it "Iesu" or "Jesu" but decided to spell it "Gesu" The Name Gesu' is actually stems from the Akkadian Semitic word Ghalz-Hu who is originally Khaz-Hu (refer to Chapter 1). The Vatican keeps this little phonetic word play their own little secret for personal empowerment. The Church of the Gesù is the mother church of the Society of Jesus, known as the Jesuits, an order of the Roman Catholic Church.

The Church of the Gesù

Question: Did the Roman Catholic Church destroy all of the Ancient Mystery Schools?
Answer: No they did not! Some of the schools were not located in Christianized Egypt. As stated earlier, the Order of the Two Horns set up schools all across the Nile River. These schools were headed by Mystics that would eventually be known as the "Khaazi". The "Khaazi" were defenders of the crypt (secret information) because they took a vow to protect their Society and Message

after the Roman Catholic persecution. Their emblem resembled the Arabic letter "NUN" but It's true meaning is reveled to members. By the 5th century, the persecution of the Sacred Orders died down. This gave them a time to live in Peace and restructure their Society.

The Arabic letter "NUN"

Around the 8th century, the religion of Islam became a dominate force along the Nile Valley. One reason was due to the migration of Arabs to Ethiopia durring the time of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The second reason was due to the rise of the Fatimid Empire. As the religion of Islam grew, more land was seized, and with the acquisition of land came an ultimatum for the lands inhabitants; Either convert to Islam or die. The Mystic Adepts did not give up with out a fight.. Their battle cry was "Ya' Abaa Dabba Bedou!" which translates as being "For our Father, The Traveling Man". But living in peace for so long did not make them good warriors. The Khazzi lost the battle. They were forced to convert to Islam or die. They choose life but secretly hid their teachings of the Order of the Two Horns in what today is known as Islamic Sufism. please refer to for more info. Since al-Khidr of Arabia was simply another name for their spirit god "Khaz-Hu" whom they called "Khaazu Al Bakir" (The Great KhazHu) they found it some what easy to mask their Spiritual System in Islam. This was the birth of

Sufism. They also changed their name from "Khazzi" to "Ghaazi" meaning "warrior". It is no coincidence that the The first non African tribe initiated into the newly established Islamic Sufi order was known as The "Ghassan", the Arabic word for "Youth". Please refer to The Raatib for Shriners by Malachi Z. York, page 56


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