Potential Evidence that Ancestor Worship Existed in Ancient Israel-Ancestor Worship is Prevalent in Some African Peoples

Potential Evidence that Ancestor Worship Existed in Ancient Israel-Ancestor Worship is Prevalent in Some African Peoples

Source: ANCESTOR WORSHIP (Jewish Encyclopedia) 1906 A.D. From the source, " The same homage and adoration paid to deceased parents and more remote ancestors as usually given to deities. Many anthropologists are of opinion that this was the original form of religion (H. Spencer, Lippert); the school represented by Stade and F. Schwally argues that it was the original religion of Israel before Jahvism was introduced by Moses and the Prophets. According to them, much of the priestly legislation was directed against the rites connected with Ancestor Worship. At present the view that the original religion of the Israelites was…
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In 1533 A.D. , It Was Noted That The Land of Jewery Was Filled With Brown and Swarthy People

In 1533 A.D. , It Was Noted That The Land of Jewery Was Filled With Brown and Swarthy People

Source: The rare and most vvonderfull things vvhich Edvv. VVebbe an Englishman borne, hath seene and passed in his troublesome trauailes in the cities of Ierusalem, Damasko, Bethlehem and Galely and in the landes of Iewrie, Egypt, Gracia, Russia, and Prester Iohn, vvherein is set forth his extreame slauery sustained many yeeres together in the gallies and warres of the great Turke, against the lands of Persia, Tartaria, Spaine, and Portugale. (Earth English Books) 1553 A.D. "time when Ioseph did lade home his brethrens Asses with corne, in the time of the great dearth mentioned in the scripture. At which…
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Darius I: A Black Medo-Persian King In The Bible

Darius I: A Black Medo-Persian King In The Bible

When we think of Persians, we often think of what present day Persians look like when we considered how they looked in the past (similar to Elamites). Here's what they look like today: Much like history, the entire area known as the "Middle East" has been whitewashed and appropriated. Persia is no exception. In the Bible, Darius I aka Darius The Great is mentioned in the following books: EzraNehemiahDanielHaggaiZechariah When Darius is depicted in scholarly text or on television, he's often shown not as he is, but as he was imagined by a Greek painter in 1888: What Darius The…
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