Oral Traditions Of West African Peoples Coming From The Sea

Source: History of the Gold Coast and Asante, Based on Traditions and Historical Facts Comprising a Period of More Than Three Centuries from about 1500 to 1860 (Columbia University) 1895 A.D.

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This source confirms the notion of an Israelite presence on West Africa once again. This source also confirms some of the characteristics that were associated with groups in West Africa who were equated to being of Israelite origins.

This source is huge because it provides confirmation from various West African peoples themselves that they and/or parts of their people came from the sea which aligns with Phoenician/Carthaginian settlement history. It can be argued that the Phoenicians/Carthaginians were a mixture of Shemitic and Hamitic people who did mix with different peoples they set up various outposts at.

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