Extensive Commentary on African Judaism

Source: The Lost Tribes A Myth Suggestion Towards Rewriting History (Durham, N.C., Duke University Press) 1930 A.D.

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Note: Page 98 of the source.

From page 99 of the source, “But Zebulun’s activity we have seen to be centuries older than Israel. To this evidence of Israelite maritime activity add the fact that the names of Asher and Zebulun are reported from Carthage.3¢”

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Note: Page 205 of the source.
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Note: Page 207 of the source.
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Note: Page 210 of the source.

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Note: Page 210 of the source.

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Note: Page 216 of the source.

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Note: Page 222 of the source.

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Note: Page 222 of the source.

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Note: Page 223 of the source.

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Note: Page 223 of the source.

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Note: Page 225 of the source.

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Note: Page 243 of the source.

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Note: Page 243 of the source.

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Note: Page 244 of the source.

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Note: Page 245 of the source.

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Note: Page 246 of the source.

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Note: Page 251 of the source.

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Note: Page 252 of the source.

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Note: Page 257 of the source. This is the West African portion of the map.

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Note: Page 257 of the source. The Eastern African portion of the map.

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Note: Page 257 of the source. The Eastern African portion of the map.

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Note: From Page 822 of the archive viewer. This connects to the image below that says “Negro Judaism”.
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Note: From page 822 of the archive viewer.

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Note: Page 824 of the archive viewer.
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Note: From Page 824 of the archive viewer. This connects to the above image.

This source confirms much of what has been noted about Jews, Judaism, and migratory patterns in Africa.

By Black History In The Bible

"And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not. Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me? He that is of God heareth God's words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God." - John 8:45-47

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