Malachi York

Ask the Nuwaupians, is your teacher in the Guinness Book of World Records as having written the most books?

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Question: Ask the Nuwaupians, is York teacher in the Guinness Book of World Records as having written the most books?

Answer: Yes, Doc wrote over 400 books and holds the records for it.


For years, Nuwaupians have boldly stated to anyone who would listen that York wrote over 400 plus books.  They make this claim, yet never has any Nuwaupian posted a list of these alleged books.  They are under the impression that York actually sat down, and typed out 400 books over the years, York himself never presented a list of 400 books.  During the court trial of Malachi York, two of his main office workers, Habiybah Washington and Ginger Chang, says he would dictate and they would write and do all the work on the books, add pictures, plagiarize, redact etc.

Q. Habiybah, how would you describe your relationship with him? Were there responsibilities that you did for him? 

Habiybah Washington: I worked in the mail room, I worked on the books, the regular. It was books explaining our religion, what we believed, and didn't, historical, biblical stories, stuff like that.

Q. Who's ideas were these?

Habiybah Washington: It was his ideas, I mean some of it, we would type from other books but it was his ideas. He would dictate, we would type.

-Habiybah Washington January 12, 2004 Federal Court Testimony


Q. What did you do in the office?

Ginger Chang: I started doing the books, at the time we were doing the 5 books of Moses and I helped with it, I helped with doing the Revelation, re-translating (El's Injiyl).

Q. Were there others in the office that worked on those type of books?

Ginger Chang: Yes there were a lot of people too who worked on other types of books.

Q. During the time you worked on the books, and the other office duties, did you receive a salary?

Ginger Chang: No.

-Jin Hee Bae (Ginger Chang) January 12, 2004 Federal Court Testimony


Q. Who made the changes to the attire?

Nichole Lopez: Doc did, we went from Muslims to Christians to Hebrews to Native Americans, one time we had a Powwow where different Indians came, and once we were getting Hebrew words added into the language we spoke.

He started  making the NUWAUBIC language, even though we had teachers from Morocco who taught us classical Arabic, the kids had their own dialect of Arabic we spoke. And doc was amazed that we grafted our own language, and he would say we started another language, so he said he was going to put out a book on it and we would give him different words, but after a while he started incorporating Spanish and other words into it.

-Witness/Victim Nichole Lopez  January 2004 


The general public are just finding out that York had a team who dealt with the production, writing and distribution of the books, leaving York lots of time. The typical Nuwaupian consumer has no idea of this reality.  Nuwaupians never take into account that over the years, books have been revised and they count those revisions as new books, for example,

Nuwaupians regards a new book as,

- An old book with a new title

- An existing book with a new cover

- An old book with 5-7 pages added

- A revised edition

- A book authored by a Student Nuwaupian or York's daughter.


Authored By: Ihet - Sent Hotep  Student of Neter: A'aferti Atum-Re


Authored By: Kayti - Sent Hotep Student of NETER: A'aferti Atum-Re

Authored By: Kefa - Sent Hotep Student of NETER: A'aferti Atum-Re


Nuwaupians are under some delusion that York has written 400/500 books with no evidence to validate the claim.  Some have gone a step further claiming that Malachi York is in the Guinness World Records  as the man with the largest number of books ever written, again these claims are bogus and unsupported.

In reality the current individual who the Guinness World Records list as the man who has the most books written is Philip M. Parker.

Book World Record

Philip M. Parker is the world’s fastest book author, and given that he had been at it for only five years or so when I contacted him in 2008, and already had more than 85,000 books to his name, he is likely the 

most prolific, as well as the most titled.


Parker is also the most wide-ranging of authors – the phrase ‘shoes and ships and sealing wax, cabbages and kings’ is not half a percent of it. Nor are these particular subjects foreign to him. He has authored some 188 books related to shoes, ten about ships, 219 books about wax, six about sour red cabbage pickles, and six about royal jelly supplements.


To begin somewhere, let’s note that Parker is the author of the book

"The 2007–2012 Outlook for Bathroom Toilet Brushes and Holders in the United States," which is 677 pages long, sells for £250/$495, and is described by the publisher as a study [that] covers the latent demand outlook for bathroom toilet brushes and holders across the states and cities of the United States. (A later edition, covering 2009–2014, retails for £495/$795. Further Parkerian volumes and updated pricing can be expected to appear automatically in the years, decades, and centuries beyond.)


Here’s a minuscule (compared to the entire, ever-growing list) sampling of Philip M. Parker titles:


"The 2007–2012 World Outlook for Rotary Pumps with Designed"


"Pressure of 100 P.s.i. or Less and Designed Capacity of 10 G.p.m. or Less"


"Avocados: A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide"


"Webster’s English to Romanian Crossword Puzzles: Level 2"


"The 2007–2012 Outlook for Golf Bags in India"


"The 2007–2012 Outlook for Chinese Prawn Crackers in Japan"


"The 2002 Official Patient’s Sourcebook on Cataract Surgery"


"The 2007 Report on Wood Toilet Seats: World Market Segmentation by City"


"The 2007–2012 Outlook for Frozen Asparagus in India"


Parker is a professor of management science at INSEAD, the international business school based in Fontainebleau, France. Professor Parker is no dilettante. When he turns to a new subject, he seizes and shakes it till several books, or several hundred, emerge. About the outlook for bathroom toilet brushes and holder, Parker has authored at least six books. 


There is his "The 2007–2012 Outlook for Bathroom Toilet Brushes and Holders in Japan," 


"The 2007–2012 Outlook for Bathroom Toilet Brushes and Holders in Greater China," and also 


"The 2007–2012 Outlook for Bathroom Toilet Brushes and Holders in India," and also


"The 2007 Report on Bathroom Toilet Brushes and Holders: World Market Segmentation by City."

When I first encountered Parker’s output, offered 85,761 books authored by him. Parker himself said the total was well over 200,000. The number was then and is (even as you read these words, whenever you read them, possibly even if Professor Parker has been gone for decades or centuries) probably still on the rise.

85,00 books, and none of them are re-vised, new covers, minor additions to previous publications, so why are Nuwaupians claiming York wrote 400 books, a figure unsubstantiated, compared to 85,000 documented?

Professor Parker is not alone, there are many others who have writing hundreds of books to their credit, here's a short list.

NameLanguageBirthDeathFirst publicationLast publicationPublished worksNotes
Isaac Asimov
English 2 January 1920
6 April 1992     506
Published in nine of the ten major Dewey Decimal System categories
Kyokutei Bakin Japanese 4 July 1767 1 December 1848     470
Ursula Bloom English 1892 1984 1922   500+
Enid Blyton
English 11 August 1897 28 November 1968     600~
Barbara Cartland
English 9 July 1901 21 May 2000 1923   722
Holds the Guinness World Record for the most novels (23) written in a single year
John Creasey English 17 September 1908 9 June 1973     600+
More than 10 pseudonyms
Darya Dontsova Russian 7 June 1952 Living     140+
A bestselling Russian author of detective novels and kitchen books.
Alexandre Dumas French 24 July 1802 5 December 1870     277
Howard R. Garis English 25 April 1873 6 November 1962     500+
Member of the Stratemeyer Syndicate
Charles Garvice English 24 August 1850 1 March 1920     150+