1601 A.D. Analysis of  Fragments From the 3rd Century B.C. Chaldean Priest Named Berosus-Formation of Idolatry

1601 A.D. Analysis of Fragments From the 3rd Century B.C. Chaldean Priest Named Berosus-Formation of Idolatry

Source: AN HISTORICAL TREATISE OF THE TRAVELS OF NOAH INTO Europe: Containing the first inhabita∣tion and peopling thereof. As also a breefe recapitulation of the Kings, Governors, and Rulers comman∣ding in the same, even untill the first building of Troy by Dardanus. Done into English by Richard Lynche, Gent.Tempo è figlinola di verita. (Adam Islip) 1601 A.D. From the source, "TO begin vvith the genealogie of Dardanus (the first founder and erecter of the citie of Troy) it is requisite that we take for our cheefest guide therein the first prince and Patriarch of the world, called Noe, surnamed Gallus;…
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In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

Source: Hybrid Hate, Conflations of Antisemitism & Anti-Black Racism from the Renaissance to the Third Reich (Oxford University Press) 2020 A.D. From the source, " Blacks and Jews in the Western Imaginaire Attempts to account for human difference almost always positioned blacks and Jews outside the normative human frame, as we have seen in the case of Bruno, Vanini, La Peyrère, Kames, Voltaire, and many others, and this fact forms part of the etiology of the sickness of anti-black racism and Jew hatred. As far as blacks were concerned, color itself, the most obvious of human differences, played a major…
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Judeo-Christian Practices of Enslaved Peoples In America

Judeo-Christian Practices of Enslaved Peoples In America

Source: African-American Christianity: Essays in History (University of California Press) 1994 A.D. Note: Page 83 of the source. Note: Page 83 of the source. Note: Page 83 of the source. This source confirms yet again that West African people groups and enslaved people in America practice Judeo-Christian beliefs such as monotheism and the egalitarianism. This text also shows us that West Africa people groups practiced the worship of female goddesses just as some ancient Israelites did (1 Kings 18:19 and 2 Chronicles 15:16).
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Free Negro Owners of Slaves Included Nunes and Levi (Signature Sephardic Jewish Names)

Free Negro Owners of Slaves Included Nunes and Levi (Signature Sephardic Jewish Names)

Source: Free Negro owners of slaves in the United States in 1830, together with Absentee ownership of slaves in the United States in 1830 (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) 1924 A.D. Note: Page v of the Free Negro owners source. Note: Page vi of the Free Negro owners source. Note: Page vii of the Free Negro owners source. Note: Page 3 of the source. Note: Page 18 of the Free Negro source. This source highlights the historical point that although the vast majority of blacks in America were enslaved, there was a relatively substantial amount that was not. The Nunes and…
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In 1665 A.D. , a Portuguese Jew in Jamaica was Called a “Black Jew”

In 1665 A.D. , a Portuguese Jew in Jamaica was Called a “Black Jew”

Source: Fascinating 'Malata Jue' Story in Marcus' New York  (The Detroit Jewish News) 1969 A.D. This newspaper story tells of a Jew from 1668 America. Solomon was listed as a "malata Jue". The source tells us that the Englishmen of that time period thought the Jews were dark-skinned. The source then tells us in 1665 that a "respectable Portuguese Jew" in Jamaica was called "a black Jew". The source tells us that F.L. Cardozo, a famous Jew in America during the Civil War time frame, was of Negro descent. The source also tells us that the term "mulatto" was occasionally…
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Mathias de Sousa was Possibly a Portuguese Jew in Colonial Maryland

Mathias de Sousa was Possibly a Portuguese Jew in Colonial Maryland

Source: Defining race and identity in early Md. (The Baltimore Sun) 2001 A.D. From the source, " BLACK HISTORY Month offers an opportunity to spotlight the history and achievements of African people and their descendants in America. In Maryland, we celebrate the lives of men and women like Benjamin Banneker, Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman. It may seem ironic that in observance of the first Black History Month of the millennium, we question the identity of an official Maryland first: Mathias de Sousa -- widely celebrated as the first black man to vote in the Maryland legislature. We do not question…
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