Despite all the conjecture and connotation that’s been built around the true meaning of Bey; we Moors HAVE YET to be properly educated on the word. This is mainly due to the fact that the Hebrew etymology of “Bey” has been portrayed as being a title of leadership.
And since it appears to be a leadership title, many of those who bear it have ceased to look any further than Google. For them, the true meaning of Bey is “Governor” or “Chief“, and that suffices to dress the ego in fancy Moorish garb. I’m not passing judgement, as it sufficed for me as well.
But, We Were WRONG About the True Meaning of Bey!
There is no “what ifs” and/or “buts” about it, Moors! The meaning of Bey goes way beyond the connotative “Governor”, “Chief”, or even “Lord”. Especially when you do the Hebrew etymology of Bey from a Canaanite/Hebrew/Moabite linguistic-cultural perspective.
Think about it, Moors. You claim to be Moabites, Ammonites, Israelites, Amorites, Jebusites, etc, right? Then why wouldn’t you do the study on the Hebrew etymology of Bey from the Canaanite or Moabite linguistic perspective?
Simple, you don’t think like a Canaanite, a Moabite, an Israelite, etc. You think like an Englishman, a Westerner who has been raised up on things based in the abstract. It is an unfortunate effect of the colonization we’ve suffered. But that is why the true etymology of Bey has alluded us for all these years.
Why Hebrew? Why Not Canaanite or Even Moabite?
Let me build some foundation for this answer by starting off with some questions. Have you ever noticed that in the Bible; when the Canaanites, Moabites, Ammonites, and the Israelites would interact with one another that there was NEVER a language issue?
Well, WHAT Is The Meaning of Bey??!!
Trust me, I’d love to tell you here, but then that would stop you from watching the video lecture I’m working on, entitled “Ha Etimologia Shel Bey“. Ha Etimologia Shel Bey is Ivrit (Hebrew) for “The Etymology of Bey“.
In this lecture, I utilize the ancient Canaanite/Moabite/Hebrew, modern Hebrew scripts and vocabulary to show that a “Bey” is NOT what we’ve been told as Moors. The lecture isn’t complete yet, BUT you can get a 50% off discount by placing a preorder.
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