Black Christians : Roots in Syria, Egypt...

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    Syria, Israel, & the Miss Universe Pageant--MISS ISRAEL 2013
    A Travel Back in Time 2

    Roots in Syria? Egypt? African Origins in Egypt & More
    Map of Syria [Assyria in the north, Syria in the south]


    *Note: 850 BC, was after David, after Solomon, after Nations of Israel split with two capitols; Assyria did not form an empire ‘proper’ until over a hundred years later & around the time of the overthrow Northern Israel…

    And thou shalt speak and say before the LORD thy God, A Syrian ready to perish was my father, and he went down into Egypt, and sojourned there with a few, and became there a nation, great, mighty, and populous:… DEUTERONOMY 26:5.​
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    Before the Syrians were given the land of Northern Canaan [Assyria & Syria] for an inheritance, it was land that had already been inhabited by earlier ‘Black’ Greeks and Hamitic people, people of whom soon also came to interact with the Syrians. Joseph-Israel was born in 1883 BC in Syria, almost 500 years after the Great World Flood and after much history had already been made in Syria, Egypt, and elsewhere in the Old World. Joseph was born during a time after the 11th Dynasty Inyotef line had ended and the 12th Dynasty rose to power. Joseph’s name not only connects him to father Mizraim [father Yosef] but to the Hamitic history and to Hamitic men of whom had laid the foundations of the earliest civilizations that formed in the Old World. Father Yosef’s sons not only helped to form the earliest civilizations in Africa such as Egypt, but they helped to develop the earliest civilizations in other parts of ‘the Middle East’ and westwards into the lands of Shem, Greek lands. Father Yosef’s original descendants were apart of the foundations of the earliest Greek civilizations in Europe and parts of ancient Anatolia, and until this kind of hidden history resurfaces, we will continue to be confused about the past and the present. In the lands of Assyria, Syria, Egypt, and the other parts of the Levant and the west, much history was made before the earth split and before the death of Noah. During these early times, it was not the white Greek faces that we see in films today or the Red Greek faces with the black straight hair we see on the walls in the ruins of the later Crete and Minoan civilizations and elsewhere, but it was the deep, dark, bronze and black faces that were present first and of whom laid the foundation for all of humanity. Father Israel went to Syria and married Syrian girls and from these unions, his descendants would later form a civilization in ‘the Middle East’. So in essence, the Israelite Nations have roots in Syria. But the story of Joseph also reveals too, that the descendants of Israel also have roots in Egypt as well, roots that connect to the descendants of Mizraim Ham. What happened to this kind of history? Can these past connections be revived? Indeed, our human connection to the past should be able to be found in script.

    Like the scriptures reveal, both the ancient Syrian Greeks [South Syria] and the nations of Israel further southwards were related. But during later times around the 700s-600s BC and even hundreds of years earlier during the time of King David, the Syrian Greeks conflicted a lot with the Israelites. But like the Israelites, the Syrians of whom formed earlier, had a unique civilization apart from the Assyrian Greeks [North Syrians] and the core of the division was based upon COLORISM. Like the Syrians and the Assyrians, the Nations of Israel had divided too, but their divisions were much later in time and after the death of the third king of Israel which was Solomon. After Solomon, the Israelites [Northern Israel] made much interactions with the Assyrians [White Syrians] to the north and also the White Canaanite Phoenician civilizations to the west along the Mediterranean coast. For this reason, the Southern Nation of Israel [the Jews] eventually broke away from relations with Northern Israel [the Ten Tribes; Joseph] and in fact, one king of the Jews was actually punished by God for interacting with the Northern Nation. Also, when the Assyrian Empire finally turned on those Hebrews of Northern Israel and violently overthrew them, the Assyrians actually used the Syrian Greeks and the ‘Black’ Canaanite Phoenician Greeks in their Assyrian military forces, and other Ebers to put Northern Israel down completely at a time when the god Shur was worshiped with fervor. No matter how much those Hebrew Israelites obsessed over the Assyrians, they were not accepted at all, and they had to learn that through hindsight. More over, the Hebrew’s very actions was such a despicable act of rebellion for one major reason, they were the descendants of AbraHam and Israel who split off from the Assyrians for the same core reason; Abram [AbraHam] was a victim of Color Supremacy. Would the conflicts of today between Syria and the Israeli State government have any connection to what has occurred in the distant past? What about the Arab Spring? What would be the connection from past to present in regards to the Syrian-Arabs? We need to travel back in time in order to understand how the conflicts of the past connect to this day. What happened to the original Israelites that were forced marched into Assyria?

    When the Arab Spring first broke out in AD 2010, it was a mystery as to why nothing was heard from the Syrian government, and this unusual quietness was noted in many articles. Out of all of the Arab countries, because of the very origins of the Arab religion as we know it today, it would seem that Syria would have been intricately involved with the conflicts of past and present with regards to the Arab people in all of the Arab countries. However, this issue also wakes up many other amazing issues about the history of Syria and reveals that this country becomes the pivot point that actually relates to governments all over the world even USA. But because in 2011, when peaceful demonstrations finally started out in Syria byway of some of its citizens and then suddenly, it turned violent, many of us over here in America may not have thought it was significant due to so much earlier news about the violence in the other Arab countries. Nevertheless, the conflicts in Syria kept growing and growing until many scholars say now, that it has become the most violent place in the world. Why did they soon arrive at such turmoil? Well, we need to realize a few things about this country. Syria was the very backbone of the Roman Empire [the Amorite Canaanites] and once Noah pronounced judgment upon Canaan, the Assyrians allowed the Canaanites to continue to dwell in the lands and keep the high status that they had already achieved. But because the Amorites were stripped of the inheritance, from then on they became known as ‘Semitic’ or ‘Semitic speaking people’, an issue that has never been made clear for all to understand. However not only was Syria the backbone of the Roman Empire, it was also the country that gave birth to the Nations of Israel! Syria [Southern Syria], would be the origins of the Israelites and the Jews and that would be a lot to ponder especially when the time came that the Northern Israelites were overthrown. Fast forward to a descendant of Israel and to the fact that Syria also became the birthplace for Christianity as well, for Jesus was a descendant of Israel! So how did all of this history affect the Arabs?

    Not only was Syria the country that was the birthplace of so many religions in the past but, it also became paramount for the Arab Religion as well! And because of the history of the Arab Movement and times that the Arabs conflicted with many other countries, we need to get a better understanding of how Syria related to other countries and governments, especially the Western World of which sprung from roots in Syria anyway. How did America relate to the Syrian government? How did America relate to Syria and Israel? Did not the government of America spring from the roots of Rome and therefore, Syria too! What an amazing thought; Syria, the backbone of America! So today, how does America deal with the conflicts of Syria and all the while have good relations with the Israeli State government? Does this present-day Israeli State have any connections with father AbraHam, Isaac, and Israel? If so, then why do they mostly look like the White faces of ancient Assyria? What happened to the ‘Black’ Hamitic-presence that made the difference between the Syrians and the Assyrians, and the Israelites and the Assyrians? Does the conflicts that has just occurred in Egypt have anything to do with the trouble in Syria? Just this past July, the Egyptians forcibly removed their first Democratically elected president, an Islamic man, so how does America relate to all of these issues? What was it like in the past when the Syrians and the Israelites were forced marched into Egypt to do hard bondage while the Assyrians were elevated? What happened to all of the original Egyptians and the original Hamites that once lived in Egypt. Well this would be where the story of the distant past picks up from the time of Noah, Ham, and Mizraim-Ham [father Joseph], a past that has been suppressed for a long time. For about 300 years after the Great World Flood, there was a lot of history made that has been ignored yet this time period was the foundation upon which the world was built upon, so without this history we will never understand the conflicts of today.

    During this 300 year period after the flood, the Hamitic people that lived in Chaldea-Babylon [Black Babylon; present day Iraq] and Egypt [the land of Joseph] and thereabouts influenced the development of all of the civilizations that sprung up in those regions. The descendants of Ham [Cham] developed their lands and customs uniquely distinct apart from the eastern world and apart from the Greek civilizations of the descendants of Shem. A shared brotherhood bond between the Hamitic kings was the basis for the way their earliest civilizations developed. They were not empire builders but believed in the organization of KINGDOMS by inherited rights. But even before the earth split during these developing times, the original Semites [ie. Shemites, Greeks] were a major factor in the formations of early civilizations in the western lands in their lands in Europe, South Syria and West Turkey, as well as in African lands [Hamitic lands], and beyond. The interaction between the descendants of Ham and the original Greeks [the descendants of Shem] were peaceful. Because of the skills mastered by the Hamites, many of them were invited into the lands of Shem in order to develop their Greek lands and palaces. These original Greeks welcomed the Hamitic Brotherhood into their GREEK LEAGUES, therefore, many Hamitic-typed people became apart of the earliest Greek civilizations and they became known as Greeks. Apart of the many unique Greek leagues that were made in their Shemitic lands too, was another major kind of people that became apart of this Greek civilization, the descendants of Japheth [HETH] and the Canaanite Hamitic people that came from the east. But unlike these eastern people and the Greek leagues that formed their systems of worship, the Hamitic Kingdoms were monotheistic from their foundations before they were influenced by the matrilineal systems and Idolism, ideals and beliefs that pervaded their lands byway of the eastern people that came into the western world.

    One dominant kind of people that were descendants of Japheth from the east rooted in Egypt and Greek lands during the first 300 years after the flood of which were also apart of the development of the earliest western civilizations too. In reality, it would be their presence that becomes the key and sheds light on the process of how the inherited land of Mizraim Ham became known today as Egypt. The name ‘Egypt’ does not apply in its origin to any descendant of Ham but Japheth. These original ‘Black’ descendants of Japheth [BLACK JAPS] that added to the earliest history of Ham in Egypt and in the earliest of times became known in Egypt as THE CLEOMENES. Their connection to Father Joseph [Mizraim] actually goes back before him to Ham himself. This amazing revelation too, dispels a wicked lie put out against the presence of Ham and his legitimate descendants byway of racism and White Supremacy. Ham, the son of Noah, and his legitimate sons were not cursed and Ham’s contributions to humanity are astounding. His works passed down through his descendants in many ways and the world today have become benefactors of their awesome deeds. Ham’s son Mizraim [Joseph] was conceived in the womb of an original woman, a descendant of Japheth. In other words, Mizraim was part-Hamitic and part-Japheth. Father Mizraim was bi-cultural and his mother was a Khety woman, but another important revelation of the past was that she was not a direct descendant of the woman from the ark, JapHeth’s wife.

    Even though much of the ‘Black’ history has been carefully tucked away in Greek myths and legends, through research, this early history of the past about ‘Black’ people can come to light. Most of the dominant sons of Japheth recorded in the Book of GENESIS do not come from the ‘White’ woman of the ark save one, nonetheless, Mizraim’s mother, a Khety woman, comes from one of Japheth’s sons that bonded with the early Egyptians of the east. Father Mizraim was part Khety [Mene-Egyptian] and this would be the early basis for the dominant presence of eastern people, the Egyptians [Eguptans], that came to Egypt, the land of Ham. So, father Mizraim [Yosef] and his offspring would be considered ‘Egyptian’ because of their matrilineal origins. Therefore the descendants of Mizraim Ham are connected to Japheth by blood and by culture on the matrilineal side and father Mizraim and his descendants became known collectively as ‘Egyptians’ because that was apart of their very origins and their land was later dominated by these eastern people too:
    And when the inhabitants of the land, the Canaanites, saw the mourning in the floor of Atad, they said, This is a grievous mourning to the Egyptians: wherefore the name of it was called Abel-mizraim, which is beyond Jordan. GENESIS 50.11
    So even though the Mizraimites were the original descendants of Ham, they also became connected to the original-Egyptians [ie. Abel-Mizraim] by name because that was part of their very origins. But due to the redundancy in script and history, Mizraim Ham and his descendants would be specifically linked to the descendants of MADAI JAPHETH; THE MENES. THE CLEOMENES [Cleo-Mene-Egyptians] were people of whom became rooted in Egypt and in the original Greek civilizations prior to the time that Abraham’s father fled into Assyria [North Syria]. Their maternal origins though are initially in the east, in West Asia and in India, the land of the true Guptans [ie. the Egyptians]. The Cleomenes became a foundation in Egypt and even in Upper Egypt [South Egypt] in the land of the Thebans, but perhaps due to so many later waves of dominant eastern Menes coming into Egypt, the Hamitic-Mene presence [ie. Cleomenes, Theban-Menes] became lost under other dominant and distinct Khety-Mene cutlures that continued to pour into Egypt. Father Mizraim’s descendants, the 6th Dynasty Phiops line and the later Inyotef line that formed the 11th Dynasty, were the first Hamitic-Mene-Egyptians though and they laid the foundation of Ham in their lands before the eastern Mene-Egyptians took dominance. Nevertheless, the Hamitic-Menes and the eastern Menes in Thebes connected to father Mizraim and they came to strive against other waves of Egyptian-Menes who came from the east. The Theban-Menes [Cleomenes] in the south came to strive against THE HEROCLEOPOLITANS [Hero-CLEO-politans; Cleomenes] in North Egypt, both of whom were related to Mizraim. But waves of other Khety-Hamitic people also came from Babylon and from the east during the First Intermediate Period to reset up an old pre-flood system in the north in Lower Egypt and they added to the conflict. However, after the 11th Dynasty came to an end, the next Mene dynasty to form in the south and in support of Thebes definitely claimed to be descendants of JapHeth through the male line. Cont.

    The First Intermediate Period, often described as a “dark period” in ancient Egyptian history, spanned approximately one hundred years, from ca. 2181-2055 BC, after the end of the Old Kingdom. [1] It included the seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, and part of the eleventh dynasties.

    …After the obscure reign of the seventh and eighth dynasties kings, a group of rulers rose out of Heracleopolis in Lower Egypt, … [9] These kings comprise the ninth and tenth dynasties, … The founder of the ninth dynasty, Wakhare Khety I, is often described as an evil and violent ruler, …

    Reunification of Egypt [edit]
    In the 14th year of his reign, an uprising occurred in the north. This uprising is most probably connected with the ongoing conflict between Mentuhotep II based in Thebes and the rival 10th dynasty based at Herakleopolis who threatened to invade Upper Egypt. The 14th year of Mentuhotep’s reign is indeed named Year of the crime of Thinis. This certainly refers to the conquest of the Thinite region by the Herakleopolitan kings who apparently saccaged the sacred ancient royal necropolis of Abydos in the process. Mentuhotep II subsequently dispatched his armies to the north.


    *Note: this would be during the time period that Abram [Abraham] migrated down into Egypt and after the pharaohs’ officials told him about Abram’s wife, she was taken by the pharaoh…the pharaoh actually met and had words with Abram…Mentuhotep II conquered North Egypt, so he and his armies were definitely in the north in Rameses [Goshen] around this time period, and although they were looking at Abram’s wife, they definitely were at war with a foreign Khety influences that were in north Egypt and of whom had migrated southwards with the aim of conquering Egypt. Interestingly too, unlike the original descendants of Mizraim of the Phiops and the Inyotef line, Abram’s wife, Sarai [Sarah] was fair in the full definition of the term, but she had the same maternal connections as did Mizraim. Mizraim was born much earlier in time prior to his descendants that formed the 6th Dynasty Phiops line and he came from ‘an original Khety woman’, but Sarai was born much later in time in Babylon when later eastern migrations of people set up and had contributed to the downfall of Babylon.

    And it came to pass, that, when Abram was come into Egypt, the Egyptians beheld the woman that she was very fair. The princes also of Pharaoh saw her, and commended her before Pharaoh: and the woman was taken into Pharaoh's house. And he entreated Abram well for her sake: and he had sheep, and oxen, and he ***-es, and menservants, and maidservants, and she *****, and camels….And Pharaoh called Abram, and said, What is this that thou hast done unto me? why didst thou not tell me that she was thy wife? … GENESIS 12:14-16, 18. *Note; '*****' or, he donkeys & she donkeys; 3sses]​

    Arab Spring
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    In December 2010, mass anti-government protest began in Tunisia and later spread across the Arab world, including Syria. By February 2011, revolutions occurred in Tunisia and Egypt, while Libya began to experience its own civil war. Numerous other Arab countries also faced protests, with some attempting to calm the masses by making concessions and governmental changes.

    Beginnings of protests
    The Syrian Independence flag used by the Syrian opposition.
    Before the uprising in Syria began in mid-March 2011, protests were relatively modest, considering the wave of unrest that was spreading across the Arab world. Syria remained what Al Jazeera described as a “kingdom of silence”, due to strict security measures, a relatively popular president, religious diversity, …

    …The conflict initially began as a civil uprising, evolved from initially minor protests, beginning as early as January 2011, as a response to the regional Arab Spring. Large-scale unrest began on 15 March in Damascus, in Aleppo, and in the southern city of Daraa, …