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Judah

Uncle Billy: The Black Rechabite

Uncle Billy: The Black Rechabite

Source: American Zion (Yale University) 2013 A.D. From American Zion, "The Rechabites from whom Billy claimed his ancestry were a biblical clan, the progeny of Jehonadab (or Jonadab), the son of Recab." Source: britannica.com (Encyclopaedia Britannica) 2007 A.D "Rechabite, member of a conservative, ascetic Israelite sect that was named for Rechab, the father of Jehonadab. Jehonadab was an ally of Jehu, a 9th century bc king of Israel, and a zealous antagonist against the worshippers of Baal, a Canaanite fertility deity. Though of obscure origin, the Rechabites apparently were related to the Kenites, according to I Chron. 2:55, a tribe…
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French Map of Juda (Judah) In West Africa

French Map of Juda (Judah) In West Africa

Source: Partie De L'Afrique en deca de L'Equateur (Stanford University) Source: Partie De L'Afrique en deca de L'Equateur (University of Texas Arlington) This map shows Juda (Judah) located in West Africa in 1772. Other maps and documents show this same area under the names Whyddah, Wida, Ouida, Judah, etc. It is important to note that the University of Texas Arlington dates this map at 1790 while Stanford University has the imprint listed as 1772. For this reason this map is listed under both dates, but once a solid date is confirmed it will be removed from all other date listings…
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1737: German Map of Judah On The West Coast of Africa

1737: German Map of Judah On The West Coast of Africa

Source: Princeton University (1737) This is a 1737 map of The Kingdom of Judah in West Africa. This map appears in his book, Ioannis Leonis Africani Africae, which is part of The Kinsey Collection. 1737 Map of Judah On The West Coast of Africa
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1743: Homann Heirs’ German Map of Judah On The West Coast of Africa

1743: Homann Heirs’ German Map of Judah On The West Coast of Africa

[table id=6 /] [table id=1 /] This is a 1743 map released by Homann Heirs that shows The Kingdom of Judah on West Coast of Africa. This map is from Germany. Please Take A Moment To Share If you enjoyed this study, please take a moment to click the button below and share it. Thanks in advance. [fblike] [table id=2 /] [table id=10 /] [table id=7 /]
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1720 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

1720 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

This map shows that The Kingdom of Judah was located in West Africa in 1720. Composite Atlas. Amsterdam, Covens & Mortier, c. 1720. Suggested Reading Hebrew Slavery In America: The Truth No Black Person Was Ever Meant To Find Out Suggested Viewing Maps of Hebrews In Africa
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1710 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

1710 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

Source: Princeton University (1710) This map shows that The Kingdom of Judah existed on the West Coast of Africa (West Africa) in 1710.
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1747 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

1747 Map of The Kingdom of Judah In Africa

Source: Library of Congress This map was created in 1747 by English cartographer Emanuel Bowen as part of a collection. He was a renowned map maker with a reputation for being accurate. Here on his map of Negroland (Africa), he notes "The Kingdom of Juda" as the "The Slave Coast". Map of The Kingdom of Judah on The Slave Coast of Africa The reason Judah fled into Africa was to escape invading armies. Their enslavement by people in slave ships was a fulfillment of the following prophecy: "Woe to the land shadowing with wings, which is beyond the rivers of…
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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

[table id=6 /] [table id=1 /] 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…
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