Moors ,the ancient Protogenoi


Moors ,the ancient Protogenoi
Compiled by Aummanuel Bey


Much is written regarding the “Muur,” and yet still there’s even more neglected to be written. The “Muur” has primarily been defined and described as the Muslim inhabitants of the Maghreb, the Iberian Peninsula, Sicily, and Malta during the Middle Ages. But this has only defined the “Moor” of the Eastern hemisphere, what of his brethren of the West; whom they descend down from.


There has been much speculation and presumptions concerning the origins of the “Muur,” as history have blurred much of their ancestral roots while falsely giving North Africa as their nativity. The word “Moor” can be traced back to many etymological variants that make reference to “The West;” sun as terms like the Phoenician word “Mahurin (meaning Westerners) or “Marrakush (Amurakush)” which has been translated as “Land of God.” Other words such as the name “Mari,” which is directly related to the later “Mar.tu” also references the ‘west’ as a geographical region. These terms can be further traced back to ancient Egypt where the personification of the inundated waters of life can be seen in the word “MERI” or “MERUI” signifying the above and below horizons. In Egypt we also see the words “Mer,” “Ma-Ur,” “Mu,” and “Mr.” America known by the name of “Tameri” is the “land of MEH-RU,” whence “Meru,” and the ancient “Meroe” was once the capital and its national myth featured the “Amaru Murru;” which draws very similar etymological connections to the name “Amurru” that has etymological roots in “Mni,” “Mrt,” “Mnu” and “Mru;” which ultimately ties back to the term “Mu Ru;” which is defined as the birthplace denoting the “land of Mu” from whence the “Muur” is truly derived.


The “Muur” is the first-born; the primordial being; the ancient Protogenoi and Protoplasts; a term for the legendary first people of any creation myth. The “Muur” is the primeval and earliest existing antediluvian; the rut Race; the original man and woman called “Adam,” “Atum,” “Admatu,” “Admi,” and “Adamah.“ The “Muur” as the Primordial Man is a widespread mythic-ritual motif found throughout the world which is associated with royal ideology and nobility. The “Muur” in mythic tradition is the living representative of the mythic Gardener in paradise. The earthly/terrestrial noble generally known as “Moor,” is the archetype of the incarnation of the Primordial Man in paradise who sprung from the soil of Mu; earth-benders; or more commonly known as the mysterious mound-builders. Before they were the greatest seafaring race of the antediluvian world; the “Muur” was a husbandman, a tiller of the soil. The term husbandman means “farmer” or “worker of the soil.” Husbandry is an agricultural term related to the production of crops or livestock. And to husband is to manage something well, showing prudence and economic sense. The word husbandman is not often used anymore; but in its conception it described the “Muur” in its earliest sense.


In the New Testament, the word husbandman is a translation of the Greek word "georgos," as in 2 Timothy 2:6 and James 5: 7. In the Old Testament, the word "husbandman" comes from the Hebrew word “adamah,” which simply means “land” or “of the earth.” This is the same Hebrew word from which we get “Adam,” the name of the first man, whom God placed in Eden “to work it and take care of it” (Genesis 2:15; cf. 5:2). In Genesis 9:20, Noah is called a husbandman when he plants a vineyard. Since time immemorial the “Muur” has been a greens-keeper, a landscape architect, master horticulturist, and cultivator of the land.