Who and what is a Moor?

Who and what is a Moor?

 

Simply put, the word Moor was the Global Genetic Identity of Negroid people during the Dark Ages.  Just as today, those of Negroid stock are referred to as being of African descent, yesterday we were known as Moors.  This is not to be confused with a Nationality, no matter what Nation you belong to, if you were of said negroid stock, you were called a Moor.  Nationalities are determined by the seed of the father and the father’s father by Tribal origin, one of negroid stock could be in Spain, Scotland, or Australia they were considered to be a Moor.

There were 3 categories of Moors broken down into 2 sects.

 

3 CATEGORIES OF MOORS

 

  • Moorish Moslems
  • Moorish Christians
  • Moorish Hebrews

 

 

2 SECTS (WITHIN THE 3 CATEGORIES) OF MOORS

 

  • All negroid people were called Moors
  • Those who had names that were a derivative of Moor (Mohr, More, Moore, Moir, Muir, etc.)

 

Negroids were all said black people in general

Negroes were specifically one group of people whose tribal origin is Ju’dah.

Those who wore the various derivatives of the Name Moor were predominantly Negroes.  These Negroes were the rulers of The Moorish Empire, and were not Moslems of the Islamic religion but were Hebrews, and those who protested Roman Catholic Christianity.

 

GENERAL TIME LINE OF THE HISTORICAL GENETIC IDENTITY OF MOOR

 

  • 100-1611 A.D. (we were known as Moors)
  • 1611-1868 A.D. (we were known as blackamoors)
  • 1868-present (Black, Negro, Nigger, Afro-American, Nubian, African African)

 

 


Moor
Look up Moor at Dictionary.com“North African, Berber,” late 14c., from O.Fr. More, from M.L. Morus, from L. Maurus “inhabitant of Mauritania” (northwest Africa, a region now corresponding to northern Algeria and Morocco),from Gk. Mauros, perhaps a native name, or else cognate with mauros“black” (but this adjective only appears in late Greek and may as well be from the people’s name as the reverse). Being a dark people in relation to Europeans, their name in the Middle Ages was a synonym for “Negro;” later (16c.-17c.) used indiscriminately of Muslims (Persians, Arabs, etc.) but especially those in India.