In 1920 A.D. , a Hypothesis was Noted that the Bantu were of Semitic, Israelite Origin

In 1920 A.D. , a Hypothesis was Noted that the Bantu were of Semitic, Israelite Origin

Source: The Land of the Heart of Livingstone: Or, The Genius of the Bantu (Michigan State University) 1920 A.D. Note: Page 30 of the source. Note: Page 31 of the source. Note: Page 31 of the source. Note: Page 32 of the source. Note: Page 32 of the source. Note: Page 33 of the source. Note: Page 33 of the source. Note: Page 33 of the source. Note: Page 34 of the source. Note: Page 34 of the source. Note: Page 34 of the source. Note: Page 35 of the source. Note: Page 35 of the source. Note: Page 36…
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In 1907 A.D. , it was Hypothesized that the Bantu Originated Outside of Africa

In 1907 A.D. , it was Hypothesized that the Bantu Originated Outside of Africa

Source: The Origin of the Bantu A Preliminary Study (Cape times limited, government printers) 1907 A.D. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 5 of the source. Note: Page 5 of the source. Note: Page 6 of the source. Note: Page 7 of the source. Note: Page 7 of the source. This source confirms what has already been noted about the Bantu migration.
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The Lemba are in Ethiopia, South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe

The Lemba are in Ethiopia, South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe

Source: Zimbabwe’s “Black Jews”: The Lemba People (Jewish Virtual Library) 2021 A.D. From the source, "Rusape is located in the northeast Zimbabwe, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) from Harare. The community claims both an ancient and modern Jewish heritage. The Jews of Rusape believe to be the descendants of one of the lost tribes of Jacob. These people are believed to be offspring from the Bantu people who came from Northern Africa. Almost 2,500 years ago, after the destruction of the Temple, a group of Jews left Judea and settled in Yemen. When the economic situation in Yemen began to fail, the Jews left and moved to Africa; with…
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