Negroland

In a Work Published in 1729 A.D. , it was Observed that Jealousy Offerings were Performed on the Gold Coast of Guinea

In a Work Published in 1729 A.D. , it was Observed that Jealousy Offerings were Performed on the Gold Coast of Guinea

Source: A Collection of Voyages: A supplement to the voyage round the world ; Two voyages to Campeachy ; A discourse of tradewinds 1699, by William Dampier (National Library of the Netherlands) 1729 A.D. Note: Page 83 of the source. Note: Page 83 of the source. The specific set of Scriptures are Numbers 5:14-30. This source reveals yet another old testament tradition that was observed in Negroland.
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Igbos: The Lost Tribes

Igbos: The Lost Tribes

Source: Igbo Jews of Nigeria (Shavei Israel) 2011 A.D. In Igboland / Negroland / The land of the Jews , West Africa you can find descendants Of Gad, Manasseh, Zebulon and other family's of the Northern Kingdom. Descendants of Eri Sometime in Middle East, famine struck and Jacob moved with his family and about 70 other relations to Egypt. But before then Joseph (which was 11th son of Jacob) had already been sold to Egypt by his brothers, where he was made Governor General under a King Pharaoh. As time goes on when the Pharaoh that knows Joseph died, they…
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1766: French Map Shows Negroland As “Populated By Jews”

1766: French Map Shows Negroland As “Populated By Jews”

Source: Yale.edu Cartographer: Emanuel Bowen This map is another in the growing list of "smoking gun" evidence that the descendants of the Transatlantic Slave Trade are in fact Israelites. This is a French map made in 1766 for the Duke of Orleans. If you look just under the label Nigritia (Negroland), you'll see Lam Lam. Directly under that the excerpt reads: "According to Edrisi the land hereabout was populated by Jews." Click The Map To Enlarge Shout out to TEOTW Ministries for finding this one.
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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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