Sinan and Assassin’s Creed


Hadi Wan abdul Hadi   11May 2015

 From one of my youngest and most astute students:
Salam Dr. Omar,

I hope you are well. I haven’t been in contact with you for awhile now and am wondering whether you have returned to Malaysia. Getting straight to the point, I remember you telling me about Sinan the Sorcerer, the King of the Mountain, the one whom Salahuddin Al-Ayyubi could not defeat. I would like to present my findings with regards to him.

There is a video game out in the market called Assassin’s Creed, where you play as a man simulating his ancestors memories to discover an ancient artifact. The setting takes place during the crusaders era with the war between Salahuddin and King Richard.

There were these two, the muslims and the christian crusaders, and then there was the Assassin Order. Here is their symbol:

It certainly bears resemblance to the freemasonic logo….Well, moving on, the story in itself does not really bear any significance with the outcomes of history, but do indeed show subtle signs of its standing…such as their creed, that is complete and utter freedom whereby their motto is ” Nothing is true, Everything is permitted “. Oh, I forgot to mention that throughout the series of the Assassin’s Creed game saga, the assassins are in constant struggle with their longtime enemy, the templars.

These games have taken place in very…peculiar places, whereby the first being The Levant during the crusades ( Jerusalem, Acre, Damascus), and then Italy during the rule of the Borgias ( Florence, Venice, Rome [ in this period, they had formed what they call the “Brotherhood” donning white and red] ) and then Constantinople ( during ottoman rule of Suleiman the Great being depicted as an acquaintance and associate of the Assassin protagonist. ), and then to the USA, during the American Civil War, where the Assassins and Templars were having their own plots and plans behind the plans of George Washington and the Green Dragon. The tavern can literally be visited in the game.

As seen within the locations of the game, their activity is strongly related to Freemasonic activity throughout the ages. But I’ve recently pinpointed something interesting related to its origin relative to Sinan.

Upon further reading, I found that at some point, Sinan was known to be the King of the Mountain of the Nizari Ismaili sect known for being assassins. It just so happened to be that the fortress that Salahuddin Al-Ayyubi failed to capture was the fort in Masyaf, the headquarters of the Assassin Order. You mentioned of the ” sending his men flying with a powerful unseen force”, such too was in the game, whereby a similar effect occured with the help of a device in the game called The Apple of Eden, a device from an ancient civilization according to the game’s lore.

Although there was no specific man they referred to as the King of the Mountain likened to Sinan, I’m positive that this assassin order is being referred to that of Sinan’s.

And now, it is being hidden in plain sight where now that information would be almost impossible to relate without the proper knowledge.

Wassalam Alaikum.

6 Comments on “Sinan and Assassin’s Creed

  1. Just because it bears some similarty doesn’t mean that it is their’s besides in the game the Assassins order continues until the present day and in real life the assassins order was destroyed after the 11th century in real life the assassins never met the templars. In the game the Assassins don’t have a particular religion in the game the brotherhood consists of different religions and the motto “nothing is true and everything is permitted” has a deep meaning nothing is true means that we can’t even trust ourselves and that we cannot trust our tongues because it deceives this is what it means and everything is permitted also has a deep meaning which I will explain insha Allah

  2. Just because it bears some similarty doesn’t mean that it is theirs besides in the game the Assassins order continues until the present day and in the real life the assassins order was destroyed after the 11th century in real life assassins and templars never met each other read history and “nothing is true and everything is permitted” has a deep meaning i know what “nothing is true” means. It means that we can’t trust ourselves and that we cannot trust our tongues because it deceives and lies and we can’t trust ourselves “everything is permitted” also has a deep which i will read about and tell you. Just think this comment if you read it

  3. Hadi you’re a genius. Do you have a blog about this stuff or something?

  4. Salam Hadi,

    The information you pointed out, could not indeed be related to without the proper knowledge. Hence i am glad to know there are gamers on Dr. Omar Zaid’s blog. My gaming days are pretty much over but I ll check out this game. These symbols, themes, rituals of the occult are now being flooded in the mainstream media.

    Peace,

    • I don’t think that it is connected to them the writer thinks that the game theirs just because it bears some similarty to the real life assassin groups. But in real life the assassins never met the templars and the assassins were destroyed after the 11th century and in the game the Assassins order continues until the present day. The motto nothing is true and everything is permitted also has a deep meaning nothing is true means that we can’t even trust ourselves and that we cannot trust our tongues because it deceives and from it comes out lies and deception i will read the meaning of everything is permitted insha Allah but i don’t think that it is in anyway related to that. The writer is assuming things

      • They simply moved to India …. changed their name and outward appearances …. this is what Satanic Cults always do . . .

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