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The Awakening

The Daughter of My People: Black Hebrews In America – Part 1

The Daughter of My People: Black Hebrews In America – Part 1

The Awakening
Many people refer to Jeremiah as "the weeping prophet", but why was he weeping? It was because he saw the descendants of Israel enslaved in America, how they were being treated, and ultimately the wrath of God that would be poured out upon America for doing so. In scripture, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Zephaniah refer to the future descendants of Israel as a "daughter": The daughter of my people. The daughter of my dispersed. These three prophets saw a time in the future when Israel would be treated so terribly that it brought Jeremiah to tears. But how do we know that these references are talking about Hebrews in America? Let's start by laying a solid foundation using scripture and then building upon that. The Location of Israel's Descendants Thankfully we don't h...
Hiding Israel: The Disappearance of Judah From Africa – Part 3

Hiding Israel: The Disappearance of Judah From Africa – Part 3

The Awakening
Why did the Kingdom of Judah suddenly disappear from all maps in the mid to late 1700s? Not only did the Kingdom of Judah appear on maps prior to the mid 1700s, but they appeared on multiple maps made by multiple cartographers, and always in the same location... the "slave coast" of West Africa. Suggested Reading Hiding Israel: How The Hebrews Disappeared From History - Part 1 Hiding Israel: The White Washing of Israel - Part 2 Slavery and Not Migration The common myth within the Christian church is that Israel migrated all of the world and mixed in with other people, but that's not what scripture says. Scripture makes it 100% clear that the Hebrews would be scattered via slavery and not migration. "The cities of the south shall be shut up, and none shall op...
Hiding Israel: The White Washing of History – Part 2

Hiding Israel: The White Washing of History – Part 2

The Awakening
Not only was the multinational plot to hide Israel carried out during the Transatlantic Slave Trade, but the ongoing white washing of all things ethnic continues to play a major role in hiding the truth about who the Hebrews were and are. Pictures Worth A Thousand Words One of the most amazing things about scripture are the warnings that were given far in advance. While some books that use to be part of the official canon were removed, their warnings still ring true. One warning in particular points to a campaign of outright deception through the painting of false images: "Wherefore the Israelites assembled themselves together, and came to Maspha, over against Jerusalem; for in Maspha was the place where they prayed aforetime in Israel. Then they fasted that day, and p...
Kum-Ba-Yah: Did Black Slaves Sing Songs In Hebrew?

Kum-Ba-Yah: Did Black Slaves Sing Songs In Hebrew?

The Awakening
Many of us have heard and even sang Kumbaya at some point in our lives, but most people aren't aware of the origin of the song or the meaning of the words. When I was in elementary school, we were told that it meant "come by here", and that's what myself and many others have believed for a long time. Here is a break down of the words in Hebrew. Kum (Qum): Strong's #6965 - Stand up, arise Ba: Doesn't have any meaning alone in Hebrew, but may be an abbreviation for Abba, which means "father" (unconfirmed). Yah: Strong's #3050 - This word is translated as LORD in scripture when referring to the God of Israel. Loosely translated, the lyrics seems to mean "arise father God" and NOT "come by here" as we've been told. This song seems to be a remnant of the Hebrew langu...
Hiding Israel: How The Hebrews Disappeared From History – Part 1

Hiding Israel: How The Hebrews Disappeared From History – Part 1

The Awakening
Does the Bible tell us what happened to the "the lost tribes of Israel" or have they been lost to the pages of history forever? One of the biggest debates in Christianity is whether the tribes were destroyed or if they migrated and mixed into other nations. A second big debate is whether or not the church replaced Israel, thus making Israel irrelevant to all future prophesies. Thankfully, the Bible has eight verses that seem to shed some light on what may have happened to the "lost" tribes of Israel. It also has a lot to say about those that have taken it upon themselves to take Israel's place. In order to make this easier to follow, I'm going to address this in two parts. Part 1: The plot to replace Israel (Conspiracy and Replacement Theology) Part 2: How images wer...
Re: Are There Any Black People Mentioned In The Bible?

Re: Are There Any Black People Mentioned In The Bible?

The Awakening
Are there any black people mentioned in the Bible? The answer is yes. However, the Christian site "Got Questions?" got this answer completely wrong (click here to read their original response to this question). Their entire response is uninformed and continues the cycle of denying what scripture actually says. I'm going to quote and highlight everything they got wrong, and then I'll explain why it's wrong. It is both intellectually dishonest and scripturally inaccurate to claim that Ham is the father of the black nations, and then attempt to explain away every descendant of Ham as anything other than black. It doesn't work both ways. With that said, this rebuttal isn't about bashing or condemnation, but about correction and education. Suggested Reading Ham: The Origin...
Hebrew Slaves In America: Biblical Evidence In The Old Testament (updated 2017)

Hebrew Slaves In America: Biblical Evidence In The Old Testament (updated 2017)

The Awakening
The Bible is clear that the Hebrews would become slaves in America. It even gives us the timeline, the people that  do it, where they would be taken, and their means of transportation. When I was first approached with the idea that black people in America might be descendants of the true Hebrews, I wasn't very receptive to it because of who was telling me and how they were telling me. The hatred displayed by many of the people that have come to this knowledge, is a complete turn off intellectually, and pushes many people way from the subject entirely, so I ignored it for a while. After setting some time aside to study on my own, I decided to write this introduction to the subject, without all of the hateful extras. If you find it helpful, please share it. I credit my interest

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