Adepts such as Hakim for example could recall oral traditions and histories for tribes all over the world dating back over 65,000 years.
It's highly possible that Abdullah was an indigenous wisdom keeper in the same tradition as the master Abd El Hakim Awyan, mentor of author Stephen S.
Mehler, who wrote the book The Land of Osiris to take Hakim's teachings public.
Mehler and Hakim helped popularize the phrase Kemetology, based off of the ancient name of Kemet, from modern day Egypt.
Indigenous wisdom keepers such as Abdullah and Hakim represent an unbroken chain of keepers of ancient knowledge literally dating back thousands of years.
These adepts started going public with their teaching around the beginning of the 19th century.
Their teachings have been kept secret as oral traditions for thousands of years.
Only initiates of the ancient mystery schools had access to this knowledge base.
This is why the spread of the Kabbalah (esoteric Judaism), Sufism (esoteric Islam), and the Gnostic scriptures (esoteric Christianity) all started to penetrate the Western World around the same period.
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