Monday, February 28, 2011

Nation of Islam event to include talk of UFOs

(Chicago AP) During last year's Saviours' Day speech, Farrakhan for the first time in years discussed in detail a vision he had in Mexico in 1985 involving an object he calls "the wheel." Using charts, photos and drawings, he spent almost four hours describing how he was invited aboard and heard Elijah Muhammad speak to him. Farrakhan says that experience led him to inklings about future events.

Farrakhan, 77, has said the wheel, with its great capacity for destruction, contains the "wisdom to purify the planet," but has harmed no one so far. He also claimed there have been governmental attempts to cover-up proof of the wheel, which he says many call UFOs.

Nation of Islam leaders often quote Biblical references to the prophet Ezekiel — along with Elijah Muhammad's teachings — when it comes to the wheel. In his book of articles on the subject, Muhammad described a planet-sized manmade vessel that orbits earth and is purported to be loaded with 1,500 planes or wheels, words that have since been used interchangeably. Their purpose is unclear.

Some experts have made comparisons to the Biblical concept of Rapture, which teaches believers will be taken up to heaven, while everyone else will remain on earth for a period of torment, concluding with the end of time. - USA Today

  • Wikipedia provides more details of Farrakhan's vision. It states, “That Mother Wheel is a dreadful-looking thing. White folks are making movies now to make these planes look like fiction, but it is based on something real. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad said that Mother Plane is so powerful that with sound reverberating in the atmosphere, just with a sound, she can crumble buildings.”
  • According to L.A. Marzulli, a Christian UFO expert, people who have up close UFO abduction experiences, are plagued by the same demons more than once. (The Watchers)
  • Louis Farrakan is a Freemason [1] and has been the guest speaker to the Shriner's, another secret society.
  •  In 2008, Farrakhan publicly supported Barack Obama in his presidential campaign.[2]
  • Farrakhan has compared whites with devils, just as Elijah Muhammad has. [3]
  • He believes in Black Liberation Theology and black separatism.