Raven Night Tales (Part 1): Cain’s Unrequited Truther Lover

crazy-love-imageThe biblical story of Cain and Abel is a tragic, heart-rending tale with themes of: passion, obsession, faith, pride, prejudice, but above all that of “forbidden love”.  Before there was any such thing as 9/11 “unrequited truther lovers”, there was Cain’s alleged forbidden love to his beautiful distant relative.  Legend has it that Cain and his twin sister were both born with very light-skin and appearance (i.e. blonde-haired and blue-eyed). However, Cain’s distant brother Abel and his twin sister were both very dark-skinned people – with dark hair and brown eyes.  We all know that opposites attract, but Cain developed an unusual obsession towards his very close light-skinned twin sister. He nurtured prejudice against his more dark-skinned siblings, as he had absolutely no understanding whatsoever about the science of genetics, or the health problems associated with really close family inbreeding.  He held the illusion that his dark-coloured siblings were an inferior race – because in his view they didn’t look as pretty as he did – with his goldilocks curly hair. However, he knew that they were “stronger” in many other aspects, because they could withstand the heat of the sun better than he ever could – with his fair, light-skinned, fickle pigmentation.  Cain grew up to be a very lazy man because he always avoided doing any hard outdoor work – by complaining that his skin would burn in the heat of the sun if he stayed outside for too long.  Consequently, Abel ended up doing most of the hard farm work, all alone!  


ravenCain wanted his own children to be light-skinned and reasoned that if he married his light-skinned twin sister, then his dream of having blonde-haired children would come true. However, Cain’s dreams of marrying his light-skinned relative were shattered -the day that his father and mother (Adam and Eve) announced that he was being commanded by God to marry his dark-skinned distant sister instead. Cain was devastated because he allegedly hated her ‘dark’ appearance (such hatred was more intense than that recently displayed by Christopher Bollyn towards Steve De’ak – for allegedly going over to the ‘dark side’ as a “De’ak Vader” from Star Wars).


One day Cain got so angry (at the thought of being forced to marry her) that he chopped off her long raven-coloured hair, and bleached the remainder of it with lemon juice everyday until it turned golden-brown – more like the shade of his own light hair colour.  Thereafter he taunted her for days on end, yelling at her that she was still really, really ridiculously ugly, and that he wouldn’t, in a million years, ever marry her and that he could do whatever he wanted to, whenever he wanted! Although Cain led himself to believe that she was ‘ugly’ in appearance, he was, nevertheless, forced to admit to himself that she had better inner personal qualities than his very own close blonde twin sister.  This distant raven-haired sister was undoubtedly more patient, kind and had a strange way of calming his unruly temperament. Nevertheless, Cain’s dislike of his dark-coloured brother Abel often clouded his judgement towards his coloured sister too.  Abel always seemed to get all the praise from the rest of the family because of all his hard work in the field (in today’s terms, we may liken such admiration to how Malcolm X. preferred the so-called “field negro” over the “house negro”, or the field’s 2Pac versus The White House’s Obama).  Cain was often called a “sissy” by his family members for always wanting to work at home, or under the shade of a tree somewhere – he considered himself to be an aspiring bookworm (much like today’s Cambridge educated Sufi scholars – who would rather swing from a chandelier and pretend that tomorrow doesn’t exist, rather than utter one single word in support of 9/11 truth!).  Often Cain would sit under a tree and dream of a future with a ‘whites-only’ generation.  He called this his NAZI creed – NAZI was an acronym he jokingly imagined stood for: “No Abel Zealous Inbreeds” within his New World Order (NWO).


raven night 4One day Cain and Abel were given the opportunity to place a sacrificial offering to the Heavens – to compensate for their past sins and thus hope for God’s forgiveness, so that all their dreams would come true. Abel chose the most beautiful lamb he could find grazing within his field – as an offering in recompense for his past sins.  However, Cain offered just a small basket of fruit – which didn’t take him too long to grow and collect, as he was just too lazy to do any more work.  Consequently, Abel’s animal offering was accepted by the heavens, but Cain’s was rejected.  Cain then developed a more intense, passionate hatred towards his brother Abel and openly threatened to kill him – if he dared to do “just one more thing” to get on his nerves! 


raven nightOne fateful day, Cain jealously thought that Abel was flirting with his light-skinned twin sister, and thus he flew into an uncontrollable rage. He then planned to ambush him in revenge. When Abel eventually appeared nearby, Cain suddenly struck Abel with a heavy blow to his head so that he was killed instantly. He regretted his criminal act almost immediately and was full of intense shame and remorse – he never calculated how lethal a heavy rock could be falling from a ridiculously tall height (much like how most 9/11 ‘truthers’ still don’t understand the physics behind the deadly impact of Twin Towers falling in 9 to 11 seconds of free-fall collapse).


raven 6Cain remained in mourning by his dead brother’s side for many days – not knowing what to do to the decaying body, or how he was ever going to face his family with the terribly devastating news. Suddenly a raven black-bird appeared on a tree branch – of a lush and beautiful green tree – that Cain had rested under for shade from the scorching sun. The bird seemed to understand his grief and remorse with its song. It quickly flew to the ground and began a strange sort of mourning dance, and pecking with its beak into the earth.  Watching the bird curiously, it suddenly became obvious to Cain what the bird’s actions meant. The bird was digging a deep OBL at seahole and thus teaching Cain what he must do with his brother’s body. The thought of burying his dead brother’s body – as suggested to Cain by the raven scratching the earth, brought home to him the enormity of his crime. Cain then understood that the only respectful way to handle his brother’s dead body, was to bury sea burialit underground where it would be absorbed by mother nature’s gentle soil (and not thrown into the sea like the U.S. Navy now likes to do to its ex-CIA puppet rejects – such as their sea-buried zombie Tim Osman – aka Osama bin Ladin – thus polluting the waters and ended up in fish food sold at most major supermarkets, as “radical terrorist fish” – yuk!).


raven night 3After Cain had respectfully buried his beloved brother, he made the long journey back home, to tell his family the terrible truth and face the dreaded consequences.  It was during this long journey home (over many arduous days walking) that his thoughts turned to Abel’s dark-skinned, raven-haired twin sister.  He thought about how cruel he had been towards her over the years, even though she had always been very kind, gentle and considerate towards him in return – although she did often tease him relentlessly for his golden-ginger curly hair.  Cain realised that he was really only just playing an imaginary game with himself – to test the boundaries of his secret flourishing love for this dark-haired feminine beauty of his dreams. Cain finally knew the difference between real, selfless love and worldly self-love. He was all along, in his own freaky way, just childishly trying to “save the best for last” – namely his true intended wife of dark colour, but he never imagined that his silly mind games of self-denial and obsession – born from a deep-rooted sense of insecurity and feelings of unworthiness, would one day have such everlasting tragic consequences, thus spurring sorrowful poetry in his warped and regretful mind:


Romantic illusions shattered, of times gone past
Love’s grand finale was meant to be a blast
And now Reality stares me in the face
Isn’t this world a crazy place?
Just when a brother breaths his very last –
Murdered for his darker cast,
Do you go and save the best for last!!



raven 5Cain then sat down, resting his weary feet for the very last time – under a tree’s shade from the sun’s cruel unforgiving heat, to write this final farewell love song to the secret raven-haired lady-love of his life:



And as the raven flies she feels unwelcome
She’s fallen out of her tree and caught on a limb of silver lining
Her wings uncertain oh but she’s still flying
Yeah little Raven I see you there

Hold your head up now
I won’t try and pull your feathers out I promise
Go on dry your eyes
You know that I’ve forgiven you and I’m sorry
And everything till now
It wasn’t that bad really
Beautiful lady

Why don’t you fly with me
We’ll have a chat and a cup of tea
And a long lost need to see who’s really there

And you’ll finally be okay with me
And I’ll hear your stories
That fill your sad eyes
When you had raven hair

Hold your high up high
I know that I’ve been ruthless
I’ve been ruthless

Go on dry your eyes
You know that I’ve forgiven you and I’m sorry
And everything till now
It wasn’t that bad really
Beautiful lady

Go on dry your eyes
Hey you finally see me – hi
And I see you
And everything till now
It wasn’t that bad really
Beautiful lady

Go on dry your eyes
You know that I’ve forgiven you and I’m sorry
And everything till now
It wasn’t that bad really
Beautiful lady

raven 2
Lisa Marie Presley Lyrics




raven 4


Cain, quite frankly, always thought Abel’s “black beauty” twin sister was far too good-looking for him, so he always pretended to show disinterest and played “hard to get”- in the hope that she would eventually learn to love his lanky, pale-skilled, intellectually-challenged outward persona – in much the same way that, in today’s world, the British royal family are hoping that the raven-haired Meghan Markle will marry Prince Harry. Meghan is a whitish clone (who happens to be a cloned replacement of the real darker Meghan), and who also wears an exact cloned replica of Prince Harry’s nose – to replace the wider African-American nose that the meghan and prince harryreal Meghan had when she was younger.  Her only role is to make the “Royal Family brand” appear to be more “global and inclusive of dark-coloured people” within Count Dracula’s infamous Buckingham Palace.  She will eventually marry the dreaded “mark of Cain” ginger-nut-haired Prince Harry – possibly to compensate for the monarchy’s very own Cain-like unlawful killing of Princess Diana – when blonde-haired Diana axis of evilfell in love with her raven-haired, tall, dark and handsome Arabian lover named Dodi.  However, Dodi’s father soon discovered – to his utter horror, that the Nazi royals and British Establishment have a strict “No Arabs within Zionist Islands” (NAZI) policy!





The moral of this sad fairy-tale (which may, or may not be entirely true) is:  Don’t be a frickin’ prejudiced bigot, with your dizzy love-struck head always firmly hidden in the clouds!  Cain should’ve covered his brother’s faults instead of arrogantly exposing them for all to hear and see – due to his very own sinful nature which pedantically seeks to see the speck of imperfection in his brother’s eye, but forgetting the mountain of faults within his very own eye. Pop star Michael Jackson was inspired by this biblical biracial twinsfairy-tale and thus wrote the song “Black or White”, singing: “…I’m thinkin’ about ma baby, it don’t matter if you’re black or white!” And that’s also why his youngest son was given the nickname Blanket – so that he could remember to spread warm feelings of L-O-V-E – more than feelings of hate into this cruel world – to help cover the shame of our collective sinful human nature. Because Jesus never said: “He who is without sin; throw the first MOAB – mother of all bombs!



Marriage of Adam’s sons to his daughters at the beginning of creation





 Allah, may He be exalted, created Adam the father of mankind (peace be upon him) and he created from him his wife Hawwa’, then mankind spread from them as Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):


“O mankind! We have created you from a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know one another. Verily, the most honourable of you with Allaah is that (believer) who has At‑Taqwa [i.e. he is one of the Muttaqoon (the pious)]”    [al-Hujuraat 49:13]


“O mankind! Be dutiful to your Lord, Who created you from a single person (Adam), and from him (Adam) He created his wife [Hawwa (Eve)], and from them both He created many men and women”      [al-Nisa’ 4:1].


More than one of the scholars have stated that Allah, may He be exalted, ordained that Adam (peace be upon him) should marry his daughters to his sons, so he would marry the female from one pregnancy to the male from another pregnancy. Allah, may He be exalted, says concerning the two sons of Adam (peace be upon him) (interpretation of the meaning):


“And (O Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم) recite to them (the Jews) the story of the two sons of Adam (Haabeel and Qaabeel – Abel and Cain) in truth; when each offered a sacrifice (to Allaah), it was accepted from the one but not from the other. The latter said to the former: ‘I will surely, kill you.’ The former said: ‘Verily, Allaah accepts only from those who are Al-Muttaqoon (the pious)’”  [al-Maa’idah 5:27].


 Ibn Katheer (may Allah have mercy on him) said:


It was narrated concerning them, as quoted by more than one of the earlier and later scholars, that Allah prescribed that Adam (peace be upon him) should marry his daughters to his sons as a matter of necessity. But they said: A male and female were born from each pregnancy, so he would marry the female from one pregnancy to the male from another. The sister of Habeel was ugly and the sister of Qabeel was beautiful. Qabeel wanted to keep her for himself and not give her to his brother, but Adam insisted that they should offer sacrifices and whichever brother’s sacrifice was accepted by Allah would win her hand. So they offered sacrifices and it was accepted from Habeel but it was not accepted from Qabeel. And their story was told by Allah in His Book. End quote.


Tafseer Ibn Katheer, 3/82


Ibn Abi Haatim narrated: It was forbidden for a woman to marry her twin brother, and he was commanded to give her in marriage to a brother from another pregnancy. And from each pregnancy one boy and one girl were born. Whilst they were like that, a beautiful girl was born to him, and another was born who was ugly. The twin brother of the ugly one said to his brother: Give me your twin sister in marriage and I will give you my twin sister in marriage. He said: I have more right to my twin sister. So they offered sacrifices, and the sacrifice of the one who offered a ram was accepted but the sacrifice of the one who offered crops was not accepted, so he killed him. Ibn Katheer (may Allah have mercy on him) said: Its isnaad is jayyid.


Tafseer Ibn Katheer, 3/83


See also: Tafseer Ibn Jeeri, 10/206; Tafseer al-Baghawi, 3/41; Tafseer al-Tha‘labi, p. 732; al-Jaami‘ li Ahkaam al-Qur’aan, 6/134; Zaad al-Maseer, 2/332; al-Bidaayah wa’l-Nihaayah, 1/103


As this is proven from the Sahaabah (may Allah be pleased with them) or some of them, especially from Ibn ‘Abbaas who was the most knowledgeable of people in the interpretation of the Qur’aan, and the scholars narrated what he mentioned, this is not regarded as speculation that it is not permissible to accept.


Rather, in the words quoted above, Ibn Katheer indicated that this is a definitive matter, as he said: Allah prescribed that Adam (peace be upon him) should marry his daughters to his sons as a matter of necessity. End quote.


The words “as a matter of necessity” indicate that it is not possible that things could have happened differently, otherwise how could all of mankind have come about? How could they have reproduced? There is no way that could have happened except by the sons of Adam marrying his daughters.


 And Allah knows best.





Qābīl and Hābīl (Arabic: قـابـيـل وَهـابـيـل‎, Cain and Abel) are believed by Muslims to have been the first two sons of Adam (Arabic: آدم‎) and Hawwa’ (Arabic: حـواء‎, Eve) mentioned in the Qur’an.


The events of the story in the Qur’an are virtually the same as the Hebrew Bible narrative: Both the brothers were asked to offer up individual sacrifices to God; God accepted Abel’s sacrifice and rejected Cain’s; out of jealousy, Cain slew Abel – the first ever case of murder committed upon the Earth.


In the Islamic version, Abel was chronicled in history as one of the first believers and as the first ever martyr. Although Islam does not traditionally view Abel as a Nabi (Arabic: نَـبِي‎, Prophet), some scholars speak of him as a prophet like his father.


Of Adam’s first children, Cain was the elder son and Abel the younger. Each of them presented a sacrifice to God but it was accepted only from Abel, because of the latter’s righteous attitude and his faith and firm belief in God. After the offering of their sacrifices, Cain, the wicked sibling, taunted Abel out of envy and told him that he would surely slay him. Abel justly warned Cain that God only accepted the sacrifice of those that are righteous in their doings. He further went on to tell Cain that if Cain did indeed try to slay him, Abel would not retaliate and slay him because the God-fearing would never murder for the sake of envy. Abel then told Cain that in murdering him, he would carry the weight not only of his sin but also of the sins of his victim.  The victim, as a result, in suffering the injustice, would be forgiven his own sins and the murderer, while being warned, would consequently increase his own sin. Abel preached powerfully and reminded Cain that the punishment for murder would be that he would spend the afterlife in the fires of Hell.


The innocent pleading and preaching of Abel had no effect upon Cain, for he was full of arrogance, pride and jealousy. He subsequently slew the righteous Abel, but in doing so, he ruined himself and became of those who remain lost. This would be the earliest example of the murder of a righteous man taking place upon the earth. In the future, many other evildoers would slay the wise and pious believers.


Right after the murder took place, Allah sent a crow who scratched the ground to show Cain how to hide the dead body of his brother. Cain, in his shame, began to curse himself and he became full of guilt. The thought of the crime at last came to the murderer, as he realized indeed how dreadful it was to slay anyone, the more so as the victim was an innocent and righteous man. Full of regrets, Cain was marked with deep sorrow. The Qur’an states, “Then he became one of those who regretted.” 5:31 (Chapter 5, verse 31).


The Qur’an states that the story of Cain and Abel was a message for mankind, as it had told them about the consequences of murder and that the killing of a soul would be as if he/she had slain the whole of mankind. But the Qur’an states that still people rejected the message of the story, and continued to commit grave sins, such as slaying prophets and other righteous people. All the prophets who preached since the time of Adam were persecuted, insulted or reviled in one way or another. With some righteous men, however, the Qur’an states that people went one step further, in attempting to slay them or indeed slaying them. As for the slaying of the righteous, it says “As to those who deny the Signs of God and in defiance of right, slay the prophets, and slay those who teach just dealing with mankind, announce to them a grievous penalty”.


Abel (Haabeel) and Cain (Qaabeel)


Quran Translation:


(5:27) And convey unto them, setting forth the truth, the story of the two sons of Adam – how each offered a sacrifice, and it was accepted from one of them whereas it was not accepted from the other. [And Cain] said: “I will surely slay thee!”


[Abel] replied: “Behold, God accepts only from those who are conscious of Him.  Even if thou lay thy hand on me to slay me, I shall not lay my hand on thee to slay thee: behold, I fear God, the Sustainer of all the worlds.


(5:29) I am willing, indeed, for thee to bear [the burden of] all the sins ever done by me as well as of the sin done by thee: [but] then thou wouldst be destined for the fire, since that is the requital of evildoers!”


(5:30) But the other’s passion drove him to slaying his brother; and he slew him: and thus he became one of the lost.


(5:31) Thereupon God sent forth a raven which scratched the earth, to show him how he might conceal the nakedness of his brother’s body. [And Cain] cried out:

“Oh, woe is me! Am I then too weak to do what this raven did, and to conceal the nakedness of my brother’s body?” – and was thereupon smitten with remorse.


(5:32) Because of this did We ordain unto the children of Israel that if anyone slays a human being unless it be [in punishment] for murder or for spreading corruption on earth – it shall be as though he had slain all mankind; whereas, if anyone saves a life, it shall be as though he had saved the lives of all mankind. 


And, indeed, there came unto them Our apostles with all evidence of the truth: yet, behold, notwithstanding all this, many of them go on committing all manner of excesses on earth.



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