FOLLOW THE CORN: How Wooly hair is braided corn-pepper style By Andre Austin When they tell you to follow the money to get at the truth take it its good advise. The same could be said about the topic of Corn and the Bible with its symbolic analogies to people and parables. About a year or so ago I purchase online from Amazon a book We the Black Jews By Dr. Ben. I appreciated Amazon spying and tracking my purchase because they sent me a notice about a UK author in London who wrote The Ancient Black Hebrews and Arabs By Anu M’ Bantu. In Bantu book he talks about Jewish King Hezekiah was paying protection money racket to Sennacherib king of Assyria in 700BC (2 Kings 18:13-14). The Assyrian king returned home and recorded on the walls of his palace the destruction of Lachich. The Judeans are depicted with hair like date clusters or corn-pepper hair. They have wide noses and thick lips. Now almost a thousand years latter a gold coin minted by byzantine Emperor Justinian II (D.578AD). I first saw this picture in black and white with notes about it in Black history pioneer JA. Roger’s book Sex & Race Volume 1 p.80 and 292. Recently I saw the Coin in full color and in larger size. I had to dig for it for a period of time, but patience and diligence paid off. Jesus hair was consistent with the hair of Jews that the Assyrian King portrayed on his stone walls. Here are some of the consequences of these findings: 1. One of the three impostors of Christ Emperor Domitian was bald and wrote a manual The Care of the Hair . He wore a Roman white wool wig usurping himself as Jesus Christ. 2. The real name of the Christ was Lazarus (Eleazar). His name El-Ausar-Us comes from Osiris. Lazarus was a militant messianic Jew who opposed Rome’s taxes, Census, turning the other check. Just the opposite of how the Roman’s Gospel portray of him. 3. The original Osiris goes way back to 3000BC who was born in the vegetation of corn and his resurrection was symbolic of sprouting corn on his coffin. Africans who styled their hair in corn rolls or corn-pepper were identifying themselves with Osiris. The lazarus of the Roman times may have thought of himself as a reincarnation of Osiris just like Cleopatra thought of herself as a reincarnation of Isis on a symbolic spiritual level. 4. We can’t look away from the parable of Jesus associating corn with seeds of life, resurrection in John 12:23-25 with the ancient Egyptian religion and or a possible loose parody in Josephus (War of the Jews Book 6 Chapter 9.2:419). 5. A couple of years ago I heard the comedian Katt Williams joke about people believing that God was a piece of corn. Now nobody would think Jesus was a grape vine by reading the NT no more than reading The Egyptian Book of the Dead. Mr. Williams jokes are starting to get a little bit Corny. Notes Photos will be posted later .