1714 – Commentary Confirms Judaism was the Religion of the Ancient Africans

1714 – Commentary Confirms Judaism was the Religion of the Ancient Africans

Source: For Africa ; Containing What is of Most Use in Bleau, Varenius, Cellarius, Cluverius, Baudrand, Brietius, Sanson, &c. ; With The Discoveries and Improvements of the Best Modern Authors to this Time (etc.): 4 (Nutt, John) 1714 A.D. - pg. 39 Page 39 - Left Side Page 39 - Right Side This source confirms the notion that Judaism has been native to Africa for thousands of years.
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Sub-Saharan DNA Related to Phoenicians

Sub-Saharan DNA Related to Phoenicians

Source: Population history of the Sardinian people inferred from whole-genome sequencing (bioRxiv) 2016 A.D. From the source, "The ADMIXTURE and PCA analyses above (Figure 4) suggest that Sardinian samples, such as those outside of Ogliastra, may show some evidence of admixture with mainland sources, consistent with previous reports (Moorjani et al. 2011, Loh et al. 2013, Hellenthal et al. 2014). For example, Cagliari individuals demonstrated ~7% of a non-Sardinian (“purple”) component that is found in substantial fraction among extant individuals from Southern Europe, Middle East, Caucasus, and North Africa. To assess this in detail we used the f3-test for admixture (Patterson et…
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In 1814 A.D. , it was Noted that the Language of the Jews, Greeks, and Romans Could Be Found in the Congo

In 1814 A.D. , it was Noted that the Language of the Jews, Greeks, and Romans Could Be Found in the Congo

Source: A general collection of ... voyages and travels, digested by J. Pinkerton, Volume 16 (Oxford University) 1814 A.D. Note: Page 590 of the source. Note: Page 592 to 593 of the source. Note: Page 593 of the source. The fact that Hebrew, Greek, and Latin connections all show potentially show the migration of Shemitic and Hamitic peoples from Arabia all the way to the Congo and other places in Africa. Remember, Israelites spoke Greek and Latin, at least those who lived amongst the Greeks and Romans, so it makes sense why we find those languages in Africa because this…
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A Black Portuguese Nameless Jew

A Black Portuguese Nameless Jew

Source: The Prime Minister (Project Gutenberg) 1876 A.D. From the source, "The girl's folly and perverseness on this head were known to them all,—but as yet her greater folly and worse perverseness, her vitiated taste and dreadful partiality for the Portuguese adventurer, were known but to the two old men and to poor Arthur himself. When that sternly magnificent old lady, Mrs. Fletcher,—whose ancestors had been Welsh kings in the time of the Romans,—when she should hear this story, the roof of the old hall would hardly be able to hold her wrath and her dismay! The old kings had…
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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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Analyzing Tacitus’ Statements on Jews-Tacitus Viewed Jews as a Threat Due To Their Religious Customs-Romans Both Admired and Envied The Jews For Their Ancient Origins-Utilize Sources About Egyptians and Ethiopians Being Black Because Greco-Roman Individuals Categorized People By Physical Appearance and Customs-The Jews Were Equated To Mostly Being of Egyptian Origin or Ethiopian Origin-A “Stereotypical” Image Was Held By Greco-Roman Thinkers About The Physical Appearance of Egyptians and Ethiopians

Analyzing Tacitus’ Statements on Jews-Tacitus Viewed Jews as a Threat Due To Their Religious Customs-Romans Both Admired and Envied The Jews For Their Ancient Origins-Utilize Sources About Egyptians and Ethiopians Being Black Because Greco-Roman Individuals Categorized People By Physical Appearance and Customs-The Jews Were Equated To Mostly Being of Egyptian Origin or Ethiopian Origin-A “Stereotypical” Image Was Held By Greco-Roman Thinkers About The Physical Appearance of Egyptians and Ethiopians

Source: Tacitus (Jewish Virtual Library) 2021 A.D. From the source, "He gives a bizarre picture of Jewish national and religious origins (Histories 5:2–5), though in referring to traditions which variously make the first Jews Cretan, Egyptian, Ethiopian, or Assyrian exiles, or the nation of the Solymi celebrated by Homer, he is not wholly inaccurate, since the theory of Assyrian origin may fit with the biblical account of Abraham's wanderings from Chaldea. Nor is his account wholly unfavorable, since the Romans, whose own origins were questionable (see the preface to Livy's History), admired and envied peoples who had ancient origins. Tacitus agrees with…
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The Ancient City of Carthage had a Majority of “African” and “Negro” Types

The Ancient City of Carthage had a Majority of “African” and “Negro” Types

Source: Ancient African Christianity: An Introduction to a Unique Context and Tradition (Routledge) 2017 A.D. Note: Page 64 of the source. Note: Page 65 of the source. Note: Page 68 to 69 of the source. Note: Page 76 of the source. Note: Page 76 to 77 of the source. This source confirms several things: in Roman Africa the goddess "Afra" was depicted with dreadlocks and other negroid features, the Cyrenaeans depicted themselves and Romans with "Libyan features" (the ancient northern regions west of the Nile were often designated as Libya, which means the Cyreneans and the Romans living in their…
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Romans Categorized Peoples by the Physical Appearance, Not By Parentage or ‘Blood’-Roman Perception of Mediterranean Phenotype was ‘albus or leukos’ (White) But Not Too White

Romans Categorized Peoples by the Physical Appearance, Not By Parentage or ‘Blood’-Roman Perception of Mediterranean Phenotype was ‘albus or leukos’ (White) But Not Too White

Source: Roman Perceptions of Blacks (Virginia Tech University Libraries) 1993 A.D. From the source, "Abstract. Certain preconceptions about 'blacks' in predominantly 'white' societies have distorted modern visions of the ways in which Aethiopes were perceived in Roman society, resulting in much misinterpretation of the relevant texts. In Roman perceptions categories like black African, white, 'paleface' and swarthy were neither communities nor socially defined 'races' with ascribed group-statuses. Categorisation was determined by the physical appearance of the individual person, not by parentage or 'blood'...Wiesen saw this text as evidence of a Roman perception of blacks as natural inferiors of 'the white…
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Ethiopia Was Viewed as Being a Utopia

Ethiopia Was Viewed as Being a Utopia

Source: Rethinking the Other in Antiquity (Princeton University Press) 2010 A.D. Note: Page 198 of the source. Note: Page 198 of the source. Note: Page 199 of the source. Note: Page 199 of the source. Note: Page 199 of the source. Note: Page 200 of the source. Note: Page 205 of the source. Note: Page 206 of the source. Note: Page 207 of the source. Note: Page 207 of the source. Note: Page 208 of the source. Note: Page 208 of the source. Note: Page 211 of the source. This source provide a myriad of sources regarding the extremely positive…
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Elements of Black Athena that Its Critics Agree on

Elements of Black Athena that Its Critics Agree on

Source: Black Athena Revisited (University of North Carolina Press) 2014 A.D. Note: Page 105 of the source. Note: Page 106 of the source. Note: Page 122 of the source. Note: Page 123 of the source. Note: Page 124 of the source. Note: Page 124 of the source. Note: Page 124 of the source. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 126 of the source. Note: Page 127 of the source. Note: Page 148 of the source. This source confirms the black presence of the ancient Mediterranean Basin.…
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