The Coronation of Queen Misshaki Muhammad of the Afrodescendant Nation
By Senator Raushana Karriem
February 25, 2012 marked a historic epoch in our history, as the descendants of chattel slaves raised one of our women to the position of Queen of the Afrodescendant Nation.
Queen Misshaki Muhammad was crowned by her husband, the Honorable Silis Muhammad, the monarch of the Afrodescendant Nation.
The crowning of the Queen completes the edict of the Constitution of the Afrodescendant Government that mandates a monarchy.
The coronation of Queen Misshaki was held at the beautiful, serene Pristine Chapel that is sequestered by a lake in Jonesboro, Georgia.
Guests from across the country came to behold this magnificent, splendid and awe-inspiring occasion.
President Ajani Mukarram, of the Afrodescendant Nation, presided over the ceremony. He announced the government officials of the Afrodescendant Nation as they walked in procession into the ostentatious hall.
The Vice President of the Afrodescendant Nation, Ishmael Abdul-Salaam, led the procession holding a sword, which symbolizes the protection of the Afrodescendant Nation. He was followed by the Supreme Court Justices, dressed in black, and then by the members of the Senate and House of Representatives.
Queen Misshaki was presented the Holy Qur’an by Minister of Defense Najee Muhammad, of Washington D.C. This symbolizes her protection of the Islamic principles on which the Afrodescendant Nation stands. She was also given a golden scepter, which is a symbol of her authority.
Lastly, she knelt on a special white cushion, and the royal, jeweled crown was placed on her head, by the Honorable Silis Muhammad.
Tears fell from the men, women, and children, alike, to behold the exalting of Queen Misshaki, a descendant of slaves whose ascendancy raises Black Womanhood as a whole. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad, wrote that “No Nation can raise above its woman.” Black, since our capture into slavery, have been debased throughout the world.
The Coronation of Queen Misshaki is the prophetic sign of Black female ascendancy, thus raising the Afrodescendant Nation into a position that will be recognized throughout the civilized world.