Concerning The Star Sirius(Al-Shiira), By Minister An’Nur A-Allah

SIRIUS (the Ramadan Star) inspiring from, & being seen in the WINTER Skies applies only to those places NORTH of the Equator. 

The places where the Prophet Muhammad ibn Abdullah is said to have been inspired were Mecca, Mount Hira & Madina – which are all positioned NORTH of the Equator. Mecca & Mount Hira is positioned 21 Degrees NORTH of the Equator. Madina is positioned about 25 Degrees NORTH of the Equator. This is irrefutable proof that Ramadan for Prophet Muhammad was in the Winter months.

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SIRIUS – “the burning” star (najm) of Allah’s (the Original People’s) Ramadan:The English term SIRIUS comes from the Greek term SERIOS – which means to “sear”, “char”, or “burn.”

SIRIUS the “searing”, the “charring’, or the “burning” Star (najm) is referred to in the Holy Qur’an (53: 49) as Al SHIIRA – and is the Southern most star (najm) of the Winter Triangle.

As of tonight 10 /18/ 2013 – SIRIUS can currently be seen in the far Southeastern skies after midnight (at around 1:30 or 2:00 a.m.) During the Winter Months – SIRIUS aka “the burning” star of RAMADAN can be seen directly above Us in the evening hours immediately after sunset. And at 12:00 a.m. New Years Eve on January 1st – SIRIUS is positioned exactly 180º above Us.

All Praises Due To Allah in Person (Master Fard Muhammad) for His Last, Greatest, and Only Messenger – the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad in pointing Us in the All Wise, Mathematically & Quranically Right & Exact Direction for Ramadan! Peace & Righteousness!

 

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