In 1732 A.D. , it was Noted that Blacks in West Africa wore Grigris which is Similar to the Jewish Practice of Wearing Phylacteries

Source: A description of the coasts of north and south-Guinea, and of Ethiopia inferior, vulgarly Angola … And a new relation of the province of Guiana, and of the great rivers of Amazons and Oronoque in South-America. With an appendix being a general account of the first discoveries of America, in the fourteenth century, and some observations thereon. And a geographical, political, and natural history of the Antilles-Islands, in the North-Sea of America .. (Jean Barbot) 1732 A.D.

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Note: Page 61 of the source.

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Note: Page 344 of the source.

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Note: Page 344 of the source.

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Note: Page 344 of the source.
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Note: Page 475 of the source.

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This source confirms various Israelite and ancient near east (ANE) customs that are practiced in West Africa. Phylacteries (shown on page 61) are the art of writing Scripture on parchment.

By Truth Ministries

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