A few weeks ago, I was online looking for a new menorah charm. While looking, I saw this charm at charmco.com. When I saw it, in my mind, I thought “What the heck is it? Then, I thought it was something for voodoo with its red ruby eyes. It turns out to be a Black Moor charm. This charm originally sold for $2,400 but was reduced to $1,800. Did y’all know the Gentiles collect “Black Moor” figurines all over the world? Let me show you.
This Black Moor was created by Balthasar Permoser and is located in Grünes Gewölbe. I noticed that the majority of Black Moor figurines are in servant roles as the above Moor is carrying a serving platter of emeralds yet he is dressed as a king. The Moors ruled Spain and Portugal. He looks no different than an Ashanti/Levite man.
Another Black Moor dressed in gold and looking like a king. We know the Israylites have always loved gold. You once were a king but right now you are a servant to the nations.
Another Black Moor with gold medallion and serving platter.
A pair of Black Moors at the door like butlers.
If you look in the distance you will see another Moor with a net as you can see the Moor standing before you with a net. I did not see very many pictures of this figurine on the internet. These Moor figures are located in Ulriksdal, Sweden at what is called Blackamoor Bridge.
This was very interesting to me! Did y’all know the Island of Sardinia use to fly this flag of blindfolded
Israylites Black Moors? This is a proverb, right here. Yah said who is deaf and blind but my servant?!
However, it is also interesting that recently the blindfold of the Israylites has been lifted and placed as a head-band on the Sardinia flag….we are waking up. The facial features of the second flag seemed more European now but that is what some people do…try to white wash history.
*The only thing that I could find out about the Moors, is that they were from “Africa.” There is no such thing as a nation called Moor. Although, some people think the Moors were a composite of Israylites and other peoples from Africa. No one seems to know what the word “Moor” means or where it came from but I suspect that it is just probably a byword. The Gentiles also use to call us black rascals because Israylite men were always out-smarting master (massa), Black Moor just reminded me of that for some reason.