Ethiopians

The First People Were Black | Adam, Shem, Ham, and Japheth

The First People Were Black | Adam, Shem, Ham, and Japheth

Source: Light and Truth (Library of Congress - Boston, Pub. by a committee of colored gentlemen, B.F Roberts, printer) 1844 A.D. - pg. 10-19 Page 10, "The word Adam derived as follows: Adam, Adamah, Adami, Adamh - which means earthly. The earth is a rich, dark substance, and from it our first parents were taken. Now if we admit that Dr. Brown's and other Bible Dictionaries are correct in their explanations of the meaning of terms, then the deduction must be that Ethiopia (Gen. ii. 13,) was black, and the first people were Ethiopians, or blacks. Page 13, "To the…
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Professor Bodenheimer’s Article On How In The 1840s A.D. British Rabbis Knew Descendants of the Ten Tribes of Israel May Have Been In The Niger Delta In West Africa-This Was Before The Process of Jewish Acceptance of Beta Israel Began

Professor Bodenheimer’s Article On How In The 1840s A.D. British Rabbis Knew Descendants of the Ten Tribes of Israel May Have Been In The Niger Delta In West Africa-This Was Before The Process of Jewish Acceptance of Beta Israel Began

Source: In Favor of Politicizing Jewish Identity It is impossible to rationally explain why the Igbos of Nigeria are not recognized as Jews when Ethiopian Beta Israel are. (Haaretz) 2011 A.D. From the source "It is impossible to rationally explain why the Igbos of Nigeria are not recognized as Jews when Ethiopian Beta Israel are. Today, Israeli politics - at least in terms of its relationship with the Palestinians - is focused on having them recognize Israel's Jewish character. There are also calls for Israel's non-Jewish citizens to take an oath of loyalty to the Jewish state. Foreign workers are…
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Israel Exiled Into West Africa

Israel Exiled Into West Africa

Source: West African Countries and Peoples, British and NativeWith the Requirements Necessary for Establishing that Self Government Recommended by the Committee of the House of Commons, 1865; and a Vindication of the African Race (University of Chicago) 1865 A.D. - Page 189-190 "The ten tribes of Israel, after they were left to follow the dictates of their own mind, and during the commotion and destructive warfare which ensued, to escape utter extermination, migrated, according to the usage of the times, in vast numbers into various countries, but principally into Northern Africa, as it then presented the safest and easiest route.…
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Zondervan Bible Dictionary: Negroes Are Not From The Line of Ham

Zondervan Bible Dictionary: Negroes Are Not From The Line of Ham

Source: Zondervan Compact Bible Dictionary This is perhaps one of the best known references found within a major publication. The choice of words indicates that Negroes are from the line of Shem. "Ham: The youngest son of Noah, born probably about 96 years before the Flood; and one of eight persons to live through the Flood. He became the progenitor of the dark races; not the Negroes, but the Egyptians, Ethiopians, Libyans and Canaanites." - Zondervan Bible Dictionary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jE0u1RYEYXE We know that Japheth is the origin of Europeans and Ham is the origin of Africans, which only leaves Shem as…
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Tacitus: Hebrews Looked Like Ethiopians and Egyptians

Tacitus: Hebrews Looked Like Ethiopians and Egyptians

One argument Eurocentric Christianity like to make is that Israelites look "Middle Eastern" or "olive", but we know from the Bible that's not True. Tacitus is one more nail in the coffin. "A few authorities hold that in the reign of Isis the surplus population of Egypt was evacuated to neighboring lands under the leadership of Hierosolymus and Judas. Many assure us that the Jews are descended from those Ethiopians who were driven by fear and hatred to emigrate from their home country when Cepheus was king. There are some who say that a motley collection of landless Assyrians occupied…
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King Menelik I, The Solomonic Dynasty, and The Ark of The Covenant

King Menelik I, The Solomonic Dynasty, and The Ark of The Covenant

The story of King Menelik I and Ethiopia's Solomonic Dynasty begins in the Bible with the Queen of Sheba coming to visit King Solomon. The Bible itself doesn't come right out and say it, but there are several verses that make it clear that the Queen of Sheba was beyond impressed with Solomon's wisdom and his wealth. Solomon was a famous king.Solomon was wise beyond the queen's expectation.Solomon was rich beyond the stories the queen had heard.Solomon already had 1,000 other women that we know of. There is no reason to believe that the above would result in anything other…
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