Black Spirituality Religion : JOSEPH & EPHRAIM, Shiloh Has Come--Vizier of Egypt...

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  1. Chevron Dove

    Chevron Dove Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    JOSEPH& EPH RAIM, Shiloh Has Come--
    Vizier of Egypt; What Did He Look Like?--1866 B.C.

    Chephren--Phrenology--French--Ephraim--Afram Fest--Ephratah--Aphrodite--Afro--African--France--the Franks--Frankish--Ephesus--the temple of Aphrodite...Kaefre [Chephren]


    Zaphnath Paaneah [Joseph-Israel]
    1883 BC-to-1773 BC

    It was about thirty years after the enforcement of taxation and still, the Pirates of Joseph and other ethnic factors in ‘the Middle East’ were disgruntled. But Jesus taught them to be defensive and not aggressive--There is a difference. Why? Because for about 300 years prior, the Romans began a brilliant movement in and around the Mediterranean Sea and therefore, the Pirathons became victims of the past sins of their ancestors. It would have been a win-win situation for the elite Roman citizens and lawmakers but a total annihilation for the ethnic world if they rose up against the Roman forces. Most of the Roman soldiers came from North Africa and consisted of Numidians and Moorish Pirates . . . descendants of AbraHam of whom were just like them. Back in the days of Hannibal this pun was played out and continued off and on until the Roman Empire was able to form. It formed out of aggression. Hannibal gathered a great force that consisted of Numidians, Greeks and Phoenicians from Africa and he gathered more men from other cultures as he crossed into Spain and traveled over to Italy and dropped down into the interior. Then his forces attacked a massive force of ethnic men that consisted of Samnites [Israelites], Moors and men just like his forces. It was recorded that about 80,000 lives were claimed. After the fame of his victory waned, about ten years later, the tides were turned on Hannibal. Eventually, the Romans stepped into North Africa and set against the Numidians . . . people were dragged out of their houses . . . and the blood ran . . . the earth was said to have been salted after the great slaughter. Hannibal went from being famous to being looked upon as an idiot. He died in shame and humiliation. So Jesus calmed down the angry men of Joseph, the Nasserites, the Zealots and etc. because they were being set up for the benefit of others. Today, the issue of taxation still becomes a frustration. What do we do? It was written that once Shiloh came then it would be Joseph’s turn. . . . To do what? Stand for truth? How? Well, Shiloh has come. Jesus came, lived and finished his works in Shiloh where Joshua-the-warlord and priest-king, a descendant of Joseph, set up the tabernacle.

    Today, many still argue over the exactness of the Jews and fail to realize that their time to lead has passed. It was NOT originally the Jews who were chosen to be the head but, it was JOSEPH. Because Joseph was the FIRSTBORN of the wife of Israel’s choice, he became the elect. But Judah, the ancestor of the Jews, made the kind of life choices that caused the blessing of Joseph to pass to him for a time. Due to an unexpected circumstance, Israel was first wedded to the mother of Judah but she was not his choice. So the questions today should be, ‘Who are the descendants of Joseph and where are they?’ Also, ‘What was their history?’ Israel [Jacob] and his wife, Rachel could offer a background and an origin in order to find this history.

    Based upon the Bible, Israel became infatuated with Rachel and signed on for seven years to work for her father, Laban, in order to marry her but, it would be after fourteen years before Joseph was born. Because both Israel and Laban were descendants of Peleg Shem [Pelops; Greeks], they were considered the priesthood of Shem and known by the land they lived in as ‘Syrians’. The Syrians [Shur] who lived in the south of Assyria were predominantly black. The Bible states that both the mother and grandmother of Israel, Sarah and Rebecca, were very light skinned but the daughter of Laban was of the land of Syria and therefore, like her name reveals, Rachel was black. The history of Syria [& Assyria] is enormous and essential in order to understand even the world we live in today. Long before the Syrians became attached by name to this land in ‘the Middle East’, it was the land of the aboriginal Canaanites [Phoenicians] and many a dark mysterious customs began here. When Joseph was six years old though, Jacob left the region and went southwards and in route, Rachel died in childbirth. Joseph grew up being apart of a large family and with a lot of older brothers. Because Israel had showed favoritism for Rachel over his other wives, it caused his sons from them to become hurt and therefore, Joseph later became the object of resentment by them. One horrible day when Joseph was seventeen (17) years old, he unexpectedly became caught up in a terrible conflict with his brothers. They overpowered him and tried to kill him but his older brother Judah stepped up and defended his life from the other brothers. But, they still would not let Joseph return home. Instead, they sold him to a trade caravan passing by that headed to Egypt . . . he never went home again.

    In Egypt during the 12th Dynasty, Joseph went from being a slave to being imprisoned for life on a false charge but after about thirteen years, he was taken out of prison and exonerated. He became elevated from a prisoner to a vizier which was like ‘a vice president’ to the pharaoh of Egypt. Within a few years, Joseph marries and has two sons. Some history books list him as a pharaoh and this would be because when the pharaoh died, he perhaps became the acting pharaoh until the rightful heir was determined. His name offered in secular books and films today was written as ‘Jakub Har’ [var. Yakub Har]. Joseph’s name as ‘Jakub Har’ would link to his ancestral ties to his father ‘Jacob’ and his ancestor ‘Terah of Haran’, the father of AbraHam. Although, AbraHam broke from his father Terah, the Egyptians esteemed the Assyrians, not the Syrians and Terah [Thara], was the founder of Haran [Charran] in the land of Assyria. The Bible states that Joseph’s father-in-law, a priest, gave him the name ‘Zaphnath Paaneah’ which means, ‘the Revealer of Secrets’. As should be expected, because he was a vizier, he should have had a tomb. After much research it became evident that the tomb of Joseph had been an issue of politics for hundreds of years but one film offered a much desired documentary about the tomb of Joseph.

    In this particular film, the narrator explained that the tomb of Joseph had been deliberately covered up under a field that became used for agriculture for many years. But frequently, pressure from dignitaries caused the tomb to at times be uncovered and viewed. Even though the dynasty that Joseph was apart of had their capitol midway between Upper and Lower Egypt, his tomb seems to have been northwards near Goshen, the land of his people. The film clip that showed the inside of the reported tomb of Joseph was extremely brief and only one scene was shown but after countless times of review, a summation can be made.

    Egyptian tombs became designed to tell a biography, a life’s story. On one side of the tomb nearest the entrance are depictions of the birth or the first part of life. And as life progresses, the scenes are painted to show this all along the walls and the last wall on the other side of the entrance shows the death and burial. For Joseph, his tomb painting began with slavery. He was depicted in profile and appeared to be average to tall in height. He had on only a white skirt around his waist and he was bent over with a garden tool in his hands. He was golden brown with a big black afro. The Bible states that at the Exodus, his bones were taken out of his tomb and taken with the Israelites to be buried in the Promised land.

    So what about Joseph’s descendants? The answer becomes too broad to bring to a completion now but, the blessing that Israel gave to Joseph may open the door to understand. After more than fifty years when after Joseph was abruptly forced into Egypt, he amazingly was reunited with Israel his father and peace was eventually made between Joseph and his brothers. When Israel blessed Joseph, he gave the blessings of a firstborn to the second born son of Joseph named Ephraim and the Bible reveals that it was based upon the Ephraim’s bond with the land. The eldest son, Manasseh, and his descendants also became amazingly great but, because Ephraim was named after Mizraim, the original ancestor of the land and, just like Israel and Joseph, by embracing a wife from the land, Ephraim honored the original people of Kemet. The story of Ephraim seems hidden but when found, it becomes dramatic and seems to be just as heart rendering as the story of his father Joseph. His life marks the abrupt overthrow of the Hyksos regime. His life also parallels that of Lamech, the father of Noah. One day, four of Ephraim’s sons were jumped and killed but eventually, he had another son in captivity. The descendants of Ephraim soon thrived and became one the most numerous and strongest tribes. Joshua, the mighty warlord was a descendant of Ephraim and forty years after the Exodus, his forces tore up the land in Goshen when Ramesses II, the opportunist pharaoh, was on the throne at that time. And Caleb of Judah, the mighty man of war with Joshua eventually married Ephratah and his descendant became the founder of Bethlehem. The Judahmites continued to intermix with Joseph and one day, when Herod passed the edict against Israel, it was in Bethlehem where the descendants of Rachel were concentrated. The distinct names of the many descendants of Joseph are endless and became prophesized to eventually incorporate all of the tribes of Israel. They continued like AbraHam and become defined as a predominantly Hamitic-typed race of people. And as Joseph wore the coat of many colors, they become a people of many colors.

    . . . and Ephraim is my firstborn. JEREMIAH 31:9.

    http://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kjv/
    http://www.levitt.com/essays/joseph.html
    http://www.essortment.com/all/thepunicwars_rifa.htm
     
  2. Putney Swope

    Putney Swope Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I understand that.....

    from Adam and Eve and the various stories of the old testament, to take the symbolic names of persons and places as factual rather then alegorical is like taking African folk tales as literal rather then getting the symbolic meanings behind the stories (Unity Bible dictionary).
    Wether the folks actualy mentioned exited or not does not detract on what the metaphysical meanig of the name Joseph means as well as the numerical value of the name.

    As a Christian I ask the question how can the word of God be transmited to man only during that short period back then and then all of a sudden just stop?

    That makes absolutely no sense,

    unless the bible is a manual of esoteric knowledge, to be utilized for personal transformation, so that one can heal the world and save lives
     
  3. Chevron Dove

    Chevron Dove Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I can really understand your point of view.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hos.11:

    [1] When Israel was a child, then I loved him, and called my son out of Egypt.


    Matthew 2:
    [13] And when they were departed, behold, the angel of the Lord appeareth to Joseph in a dream, saying, Arise, and take the young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt, and be thou there until I bring thee word: for Herod will seek the young child to destroy him.
    [14] When he arose, he took the young child and his mother by night, and departed into Egypt:
    [15] And was there until the death of Herod: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the prophet, saying, Out of Egypt have I called my son.
     
  5. Chevron Dove

    Chevron Dove Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yes! Thank you for this post.

    ...There is something about the name of 'Joseph' in connection to the aboriginal people of the land of Egypt.

    Joseph today and yesterday...
     
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