Wafubeh (Greetings)! Today, we will discuss how the term Moor finds its origin, not in the Greek word mauros (plural mauroi), but from the Phoenician language. Before we begin, however, I would like […]
“In 1613 its description was faithfully reproduced. In 1621 the word “Indian” was substituted for “Moorish;” with this single alteration the original text was again transcribed in 1730.” Albert Samuel Gatschet (1888)
“A sum of 565 names, 484 in America and 81 in Canada, of villages, towns, cities, mountains, lakes, rivers and etcetera, are etymologically Arabic, designated by locals long before the arrival of […]
Wafubeh! Welcome to Warlock Asylum International News, your online resource for current events, news, and philosophical essays from a shamanic point of view. If this is your first time visiting the site, […]
Are Debates Within The Afrocentric Community A Tool of COINTELPRO? And Why Moorish Americans Must Refrain From Getting Involved?
A street corner cipher was the terms of endearment for a generation that embraced the philosophy of the boom-bap! Quietly they left the Southern Baptist Church! This method of rehabilitation for the […]