Author, Editor, Physician & Essential Monotheist
ex-paper-boy, Chester, Pa.,
aka Leonard Joseph Owsiany, Jr.
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Asalamu aleikum. Thank you for taking the time to visit.
I have dedicated this part of my life to researching and writing about the many Occult Societies that have guided disobedient men to the present World dis-Order. My works are widely, readily, and economically available as possible utilizing PDF and internet mediums, so please browse and select what is pertinent for your circumstance and knowledge base. In addition, I invite comments, observations, criticisms, corrections and/or queries.
My books have slowly evolved from cyber-shadow to printed page. Trinity was first published by PenPress in England in 2008. It now enjoys three editions. Since then The Hand of Iblis, Forgotten Saints, The Taqua of Marriage and Cain’s Creed: The Cult(s) of Rome have been published by AS Noordeen (KL) Malaysia. The Hand of Iblis has been translated into Bahasa Melayu for publication in Indonesia with French and Spanish translations completed, Alhamduillah.
The second edition of Trinity, the Metamorphosis of Myth is available through A.S. Noodeen; David Pidscock published a limited thrid edition of 200 copies in England (the best version). Jerusalem Sion & Zion is in print (Apr.2014) and has been translated to Spanish; Islam in the Shadows of the New World Order has been published in Ireland.
These and others not yet in print are available here in usable PDF formats. E-book links for some are also available. They do not and could not cover the entire gamut of the occult activities that have brought us the New World dis-Order, but they do provide gestalt perspective based on the Islamic Worldview that exposes the satanic wizardry that stands behind it.
I am currently finishing a definitive book on marriage and the occult that covers aspects of the LGBT question and new physics / metaphysics /political occult science (poneology) that people refuse to discuss. It’s a gem, please help me get it into print, as my resources are insufficient.
I am neither a traditional Islamic Scholar nor am I academically trained in modern research methodology. My work is better thought of as an expose’ on mankind’s perfidy and foolishness as written by a reasonably well read reporter. If possible, please assist me with the costs of running this website, my research, and book distributions for those who cannot pay. Thank you kindly. WSLM – Omar Zaid
“… This to me further reinforces the need to look to external sources to the Quran in order to fully comprehend it. Shaikh Imran, in this instance, alluded to the knowledge of Dr. Omar Zaid MD who specialises in Occult Symbolism, having been a member of the Freemasonic movement himself for many years, and has now reverted to Islam, alhamdulillah. Shaikh Imran calls his meeting with and combining of his knowledge with that of Dr. Omar’s as that which is mentioned in Surah Al-Kahf 18:60 where Allah had asked Musa a.s. to go “where two oceans meet” to seek one more knowledgable that himself (ie Khidr a.s.): Shaikh Imran calls the combined knowledge as ”the Ocean of Externally Acquired and the Ocean of Internally Received” and admits that to fully understand events occuring as we move towards The End of Times, his knowledge of Akhiruz-Zaman needs to be combined with Dr. Omar’s studies in Occult Symbolism, among others. In fact Shaikh Imran is of the opinion that, as illustrated in Point 5 above, the Hypocrites include those who are involved in the Occult. In addition, Dr.Omar, having also been a Born-Again Christian preacher before, has wonderful insight into the connectivities of the Quran with the Bible as well as the Old Testament, thus circling us back to 2:4 (see also M. Azmi’s The History of the Quranic Text which discussed the Quran, the Old Testament and the New Testament).
From: Brother Hisham
Treading the Path of the Heifer’s Gaze Part III
A FEW REMARKS FROM READERS
[& Conference Attendees]
Oct 2012: Wallahi, it was so pleasing to hear from you and to know that you are happy with our beloved brother Prof Jamil in Insanniyyah. Imran Hosein is a very close brother to me. I am delighted to know that you got to know him and to work with him. I really admire your valuable contributions to Islamic thought and your beautiful style of writing. I like your term of “scholastic pretense”. It really describes what I have disliked about some lecturers.
– Prof. Dr. Malik Badri
I for one am glad we have people like Moulana Sheikh Imran N. Hosein, and Dr. Omar Zaid, who have made efforts to lift the veil and recover clarity of thought in the realities of the Modern Age that is full of fitnah; unlike the typical ulamas or mullahs, that don’t seem to want to explain what is happening to the world today, but are busy bickering about trivial issues, bid’ah this, bid’ah that, further deepening sectarian differences……….SIGH. Once again, jazakallah khayran to those who organized this workshop. [INSIGHT III] It was wonderful!
(6 Jan 2013) Assalamualaikum dear Doctor Omar,
All praise be to Allah SWT who has blessed us with your research and foresight and allowed us an opportunity to see things as they are. I was studying the fundamentals of Iman from the works of Dr Israr Ahmed and still on it. I also follow Sheikh Imran Hosein and I am glad you two along with so many others are putting in so many efforts to rationalise knowledge to allow us Muslims to see things as they are.
I being from India am able to identify so many similarities and sometimes it actually scares me to even think of the extent to which we are immersed in shift, save those protected by Allah SWT. I beseech Allah SWT to make us one of them. Today for example, A minaret is deemed incomplete without the moon and the star. and ofcourse the flag. Also, I have studied in close contact with hindus and this has allowed me to have quite an understanding of their rituals. Alhamdulillah your books complete that missing part. Jazakallah Khair for all the good work.
(Oct 2013) Assalamualaikum, Dr. Omar Zaid!
Dear Dr. Zaid, I am quite humbled. Ever since I discovered your work I have been in complete awe. Masha’Allah, certainly Allah has blessed you with great knowledge. I hope your work will reach many more people because it is absolutely amazing and eye-opening. I have never read a book so thoroughly researched and well written as yours. I’m looking forward to reading and learning many more things from you. Insha’Allah. – Nida
The Hand of Iblis is finely sifted and mercilessly to the point. The author unveils the present organizational structure and methodologies of secret societies worldwide. Substantiated with documents, inside information, iconographic and archeological proofs along with excellent analysis; Dr. Zaid weaves an extremely detailed tapestry and accurate account of the occult interference in the history of mankind―inclusive of respected historical figures… Dedicated to God‘s Wisdom and Tawhid, I laud the author‘s presentation of a genuinely evenhanded academic thoroughness; one that does not exclude the Divine Revelation. I can say no more than this: ‘Bravo Dr. Zaid’.
Franz Josef (Ysusf) von Hofler,
Ph.D. Cadidate Islamic and Other Civilizations, ISTAC
Brilliant! I haven’t read such a powerful combination of ideas and studies in years. Allah has touched you my brother; Masha Allah Alek. Thank you Tom [Tom Dark] for introducing me to this brilliant man and thank you Omar for building a bridge between cultures, one that puts Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations” to shame.
Wael Khairy , Correspondent and Film Critic, London & Cairo (Mar. 2010, re: The Hand of Iblis),
“Dr. Zaid is both fair and brutally honest.”
Mohamed Abdel Kader Hatem, (Wael KhairY’s Grandfather)
Former Prime Minister of Egypt (Mar. 2010)
Omar’s got Iserbyt, Tarpley, Coburn, Skousen and Coleman beat for readability and scholarliness. This fresh perspective reveals the transcendent qualities of Islam as he and his brethren comprehend it. His treatise is singular and presents a world-class account of governmental conspiracy from an Islamic point of view; one with pithy themes of serious reconciliation for Christians.
The late Thomas Dark, (aka; Peter Danielson) Literary Critic, Agent, Friend and Author
Trinity is a thorough critique of all strands of thought from all ages which, in the author’s view, have helped in one way or another to corrupt the tenets of pure monotheism. This book must be published!
Dato Dr. Prof. Dr Osman Bakar; Dep. Director, IAIS; former Chair of Islamic Studies, Georgetown University. (2008)
Prof. Ibrahim Abu-Rabi in 2009; internationally known scholar and former editor of The Muslim World who presently holds the Edmonton Council of Muslim Communities’ Chair in Islamic Studies, University of Alberta, Canada.
In Cain’s Creed, Dr. Zaid has attempted the seemingly impossible. His posture, vis-à-vis contemporary Muslim and Christian cultures, is that of the’ insider-outsider’. But it is only the latter who can truly picture his contemporary history in the manner of the cartographer. Do not read this book unless you are prepared to be tossed like a pendulum between the rich Islamic tradition and the huge repertoire of the dialectics in Christian religious patrimony. This book is a sine qua non for teachers who know that unless the world learns the truth, it shall remain hostage to ignorance, international “politiricks” and the cults of greediness, nepotism and profanity.” (Dec. 2010)
Assist. Prof. Oladosu A. Afis Ph.D., ISTAC (visiting scholar 2009-10); Fulbright Scholar, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Arts & Coordinator for Postgraduate Programs, AIS, University, Ibadan, Nigeria.
Salaam alaikum Dr Zaid. (24 May 2014)
I am currently reading your book “Cains creed”, and have just completed your introduction of the book. I write you not to impress you or inflate your ego, but to praise you for writing this book. Its a breath of fresh air in a non-oxygenated environment to say the least. Thank you, on behalf of all western born converts to Islam, who suffer serious intellectual deprivation due to a lack of sincere, intellectually pleasing academic expositions of islamic-oriented literature, in the English language, such as Cains Creed.
I now understand why for thirty years my best ideas and efforts have been blocked by my superiors. It is time to retire and build an ark.
The late Haji Mohd. Taufek Sahran, Dir. of Hikmah, Kuching, E. Malaysia, (2005)
Dr. Omar is the most un-politically correct writer I know. His relentless pursuit of truth is unsparing. That is why we need him and more like him.
Prof. Dr. Hassan EL-Nagar; African, English, Arabic & Comparative Literature (ISTAC).
Dr. Omar, I must applaud you for your courage. You are doing what we should be doing.
Prof. Dr. Cemil Akdogan; ISTAC/IIUM, Islamic Science
After reading Zaid’s Trinity, I couldn’t sleep until I became a Muslim.
The late Francis Imam Yeoh Chiang Leng, KL, Malaysia, 2008.