The origin of Houda can be traced back to 8th century Arabia where it was first presented by an Islamic occult movement known as Al Muhtadoon (translated: the guided ones). About the Muhtadoon and their work, activities and beliefs, very little is known and the movement has always been famous for its highly secretive and esoteric agendas. It is however a known fact, and acknowledged by many Muhtadoon members, that the main purpose for establishing the Muhtadoon order in 8th century Muslim Arabia was to guard and protect sacred inheritances that were left by the Prophet of Islam Muhammad before his death (in 632). Though many speculations have been made, and countless myths created around the sacred inheritance and what it really is, writing and letters that were written by Muhtadoon scholars indicate strongly that a great portion of the inheritance that was left by the Prophet of Islam Muhammad consists mainly of holy books and scriptures. These are sacred and very important books that have been kept a secret from public knowledge for centuries and are believed to contain great esoteric knowledge about the Quran, Hadith, the bible and the future. Amongst the books that have been preserved by the Muhtadoon movement through the centuries is Houda.