Ancient Order of Free Asiatics


Chapter 7

Peru, Mexico, Isabella or Cuba, America, Canada, and Alaska all of which comprise the land of the cultured Asiatics, the descendants from the Ancient Moabite, Cushite, Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, and (Shabazz) Nations, that are the Fathers of Civilization, who inhabit the planet earth when she was young.

Thus, America lies in the geographical region of the Crest of Asia often referred to as The Temple of the Sun, Moon, and Stars which scientifically implies the greatest inclination of the earth's axis to the Sun, during June, July & August, in the Northern Hemisphere.

What the ancestors, of this land namely Asia or Amexem and/or America, are today without a doubt of contradiction, Original and Asiatic. This name Asia is derived from the name Asiatic also the ancient Hebrews have the word Malkuth and which also means Asiatic.

The Crest of Asia symbolizes the Akhet Khufu or Pyramid as shown on the reverse side of a US One Dollar Bill. Names such as Negro, Colored, Black, Afro-American, African American, American Indian, and Red-man are slave labels of the Roman Cross Order of segregation, hatred, slavery, and exploitation. The reconstruction period of 1853 thru 1865 resulted in the United Order of the Christian European world of organized labor, agriculture, industrial and commercial unionism, and military procedure, which made the European Nations, the mistress of the Oceans. Railroads and factories were being built at a record pace, and the California gold rush was on. The slavery issue became more and more divisive among northern states. Franklin Pierce at this time was the President of the US, (the 14th President). A former congressional representative and senator from New Hampshire, he came into office a decade before the Civil War. Although his roots were in the Northern state of New Hampshire, Pierce sided with the South on the slavery issue. Franklin Pierce approved the Gadsden Purchase in 1854; taking parts of Arizona and New Mexico from the Mexicans (see the Mexican War of 1846), He also signed the Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854, which allowed voters in newly stolen territories to decide whether to permit the slavery of the Asiatics. Then Pierce tried unsuccessfully to purchase Cuba from Spain. '1854' also ushered in the era of Manifest Destiny, a belief that territorial expansion of the US was inevitable. Franklin Pierce shared in the American expansionist fever, that made the US what it is today, a corporation.

With the election of Abraham Lincoln as US President in 1860 and the outbreak of the civil war shortly thereafter, Pierce became a bitter and outspoken opponent of both the Lincoln administration and the war. He spoke of the war as the "butchery of white men" for the sake of "inflicting" emancipation on slaves who did not want it. From 1853 through 1990, nearly 225,000 attorneys had been admitted to practice before the bar of the Supreme Court. (What was it that Jesus said about Lawyers?) No admissions records exist for the periods between 1853 and 1790 of the Bar. Why did someone remove them? Before 1925, no written applications were required for admission, and attorneys were admitted on oral motion by bar members. Abraham Lincoln learned and practiced law before the admissions records existed; this is why he was such a good Lawyer.

During the world domination of the Asiatic Black Nation, the blond women of Pelan (an island situated in the Aegean Sea) and the blond women of Patagonia South America had manifested their cultured height in that society. Which qualified them to establish the society of the Cross-, with mystery and emotional false doctrines, as a positive weapon for liberating themselves from the amalgamated iron-handed rulers, or dictators, who had shielded the secrets of nature as shown in the signs of the Zodiac and established a doctrine of mystery and religious superstition by force. As a result of the following amalgamated generation of Asiatic Fathers and blond mothers, they grew up in ignorance of the science of the 12 signs of the Zodiac and the applied principles of Islam. By being under the influence of the 13th century, Islam of variable unreasonable procedures of religious worship, strenuous mysterious prayers, and the restriction of literary education to the common masses was insufficient for them to see the light of God.

The amalgamated rulers of the Muslim world converted the society of Islam into a regimentation, caste system, slavery, economic and social degradation, crime, bloodshed, and destruction of life. From this was born the army of the mystic banner of the cross. In turn, they were led by militant pale women, supported by many wise Asiatics, struggling for freedom, Moslem or Muslim, women and their children looking for freedom all of which resulted in some 364 years of intermittent conflict. A great battle between two different types of religions the crescent and the cross, or Muhummed and Christ. The period of crucifixion lynching, burning, and murdering one another over ideas of impractical mysteries of variety, which has dominated the world for some 700 years and has manifested with the racial and color scheme of corruption, and should be over but, it is not.

The Muslims with their strenuous religious worship and superstition are not guilty of the establishment of the race and color scheme. For they are guilty of the caste system and segregation, according to class and rank a method of mystic and/or superstitious religious worship in the institution called Mosque, from which was born the institution of worship. The Christian institution of worship is called the Church and the race and color scheme with its marriage license laws established by the blond women has men and women slaves to themselves.
This system at one time in history prohibited the issuance of a marriage license to Asiatic men and women who desired to marry European women and men in North America, especially in the US of A. This is founded on the myth of the so-called Negro and so-called White people, blood, skin, and physical shape of races, which was born out of the church system namely the Catholics, Protestants, Baptist, and Jewish Synagogues.

During the colonial era, Native Americans were made to adopt the Spanish language and were converted to Roman Catholicism, the religion of the Spanish colonizers, at the time of the Spanish conquest in the early 1500s; numerous advanced Native American civilizations existed. The Spanish ultimately conquered the Asiatic Native American civilizations and extended their control over the entire region, calling it New Spain. Spaniards quickly intermarried with the indigenous people, producing a growing population of mixed European, Patagonian, and Asiatic Native American ancestry. When Columbus first landed in Cuba it was inhabited by the Ciboney, a tribe related to the Arawak. Colonization of the island began in 1511 when the Spanish soldier Diego Velázquez established the town of Baracoa. Velázquez founded several other settlements, including Havana in 1515. The Spanish transformed Cuba into a supply base for their expeditions to Mexico and Florida. Because of the savage treatment and the exploitation of the land and people, the aborigines became, nearly extinct, forcing the colonists to depend on imported African slaves for the operation of the mines and plantations.

During the year 1830, Spanish rule became even more repressive, provoking a widespread movement among the colonists for independence. In 1844, an uprising of African slaves was brutally suppressed. A movement during the years 1848 to 1851 for an annexation of the island to the United States ended with the capture and execution of its leader, the Spanish-American general Narciso López. In 1868 freedom fighters under the leadership of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes proclaimed Cuban independence, during the Ten-Year War, a truce was granted, granting many important concessions to the Cuban people. In 1886, slavery was abolished, and the importation of cheap labor from China had ended by 1871.

Two main indigenous groups existed in Argentina before the European arrived. In the northwest, near Bolivia and the Andes, was a people known as the Diaguita, while further south and to the east were the Guarani. The first Spaniard to land in Argentina, Juan de Solis, was killed in 1516, and several attempts to find Buenos Aires were stymied by the local inhabitants. When the French captured Spain's King Ferdinand VII, Argentina fell completely under the rule of the local viceroyalty, which was highly unpopular. The locals rebelled against the viceroyalty and declared their allegiance in the year 1816. The first Europeans were led by Ferdinand Magellan, who pioneered passage through the treacherous strait that now bears his name, his expedition named the mainland 'Tierra de Los Patagones, spawning the legend of a race of Patagonian giants. To the east of the Andes, the Patagonian pampa is an immense desert, among the five largest deserts in the world. West of the Andes both the Central Valley and the Coast Range have sunk into the Pacific; hot springs lay revealed by coastal erosion, while great glaciers fragment the landscape. Florida was settled long before Europeans discovered the peninsula. Native Americans had arrived in Florida 10,000 years before the first Europeans. European voyages of discovery began when Columbus discovered the islands of the so-called New World in 1492. Spanish exploration of Florida began in 1513 with expeditions near St. Augustine, the Florida Keys, and Tampa.

French settlement of Florida began in 1562 as Huguenots, French Protestants, established them on the St. Johns River not far from the Spanish settlement at St. Augustine. This settlement was easily conquered by the Spanish, but Spain's early dominance of Florida was threatened over time by the expansion of English colonies from the north and French colonies from the west. By 1702, the English had sacked St. Augustine and, by 1719, the French had taken Pensacola. Americans joined the battles for Florida in 1803, following their purchase of Louisiana from the French. The history of Florida during this period is one of territorial gain and loss until 1821 when Spain ceded Florida to the United States of America. At the same time, European settlement and conflicts had a devastating effect on Native Americans and set the stage for the Seminole Wars. Spain crusaded for the conversion of Native Americans within its territory, often brutalizing populations that did not convert to Catholicism. The British in Georgia were no less intolerant, rather than convert, the British chose to clear the native populations from so-called British territory. In 1750, Tribes of Creeks together with Moors migrated to Florida where they became known as the 'Seminoles'. The Spanish and Portuguese had a monopoly of the East Indies spice trade until the destruction of the Spanish Armada in 1588, which permitted the British and Dutch to seek their share of this wealthy import business.

Native American

The number of so-called Indians killed outright by the Christians was three and a half million, and the other three million died out because of their treatment by the Christians.

Christianity has become a social and cultural movement as well as a religious belief and practice. When discussing Indians, most Europeans do not worry about facts. An assault on a village of Deerfield Massachusetts by Indians in 1704 was labeled as a massacre, but an assault on a village of Cheyenne in 1864 was celebrated in Denver as a victory over hostiles.

The US Supreme Court announced in 1700 that Indians could not vote because they had neither been born in the United States of America nor naturalized.

Hollywood cast Italians to play Apaches, and then protest they meant no harm. In New England, groups of Algonquian peoples had inhabited the area for thousands of years. Their homelands stretched from Lake Champlain in the west to Maine’s Atlantic coast and from the St. Lawrence Valley in Quebec to Northern Massachusetts.

The Sokokis on the middle and upper Connecticut River, the Cowasucks were up-top of the same river, Missisquoi on the northern shore of Lake Champlain, the Pennacooks of New Hampshire's Merrimack Valley, the Pigwackets in the White Mountains, the Androscoggin of western Maine, and the Penobscots, Norridgewocks, Wawenocks, and Kennebecs farther east.

Knights of Columbus

The mindset of the Union of 1853 through 1865 manifested the Knights of Columbus and the Ku Klux Klan which involve some four million people of red or ruddy pale skin, with long hair.

The Knights of Columbus's initial meetings are not known to the public, the first public reference to the Order was on February 8, 1882.

Michael J. McGivney an Irish Jesuit priest founded the Knights of Columbus; the Order’s principles were "Unity" and "Charity", the concepts of "Fraternity" and "Patriotism" were added later. The Connecticut legislatures granted a Charter to the Knights of Columbus, and formally establish the order as a Legal Corporation 1,882 years after the Christian era.

This took place in New Haven, the Order’s primary objective, was to dissuade Catholics from joining other secret societies by providing the Knights of Columbus. The K of C is Catholic men committed to the defense of the Priest-hood; they are unequivocal in their loyalty to the Jesuit Priest.