Black Hebrew Israelites : Secrets of the Black Hebrews

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SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THE BLACK HEBREWS

Many people have long believed that the inhabitants of present-day Israel and other nearby places have always been the true inhabitants of that place. But that has not always been the case. Blacks, being the original race, once inhabited the entire world, and the Middle and Near East were no exceptions.


The fact that the original inhabitants of present-day Israel were Blacks has been proved beyond any reasonable doubt by archaeological, Biblical, historical, pictorial and other evidence. Carry out research in any part of the world, and chances are you will discover that the original peoples were Blacks.

In 1846, the English archaeologist, Austen Henry Layard (1817-1894), discovered the Black Obelisk of the Assyrian king, Shalmaneser III at the famous ancient Assyrian capital of Calah, or Kalhu, which in modern times is known as Nimrud. He also discovered the ruins of the palaces of a number of Assyrian kings. The Black Obelisk, which was made of black limestone, was found in the ruins of Shalmaneser III's palace. It is now housed in the British Museum. There are a number of bas reliefs on the Obelisk, one of which depicts the Black Israelite king Jehu, prostrating himself before Shalmaneser III. The cuneiform text on the panel reads as follows:

“The tribute of Jehu, son of Omri: I received from him silver, gold, a golden bowl, a golden vase with pointed bottom, golden tumblers, golden buckets, tin, a staff for a king and spears.”

The gypsum wall Lachish reliefs, discovered by Layard between 1845-47, shows without doubt that the ancient Jews were Blacks. The heavily fortified Jewish city of Lachish was located on a hill 40km south-west of Jerusalem. The Lachish reliefs were carved on the walls of the South-West palace of Sennacherib in Nineveh (ancient Kouyunjik) in present-day Mosul Governorate in Iraq to commemorate the victory of the Assyrians over the Black Jews after the violent siege at Lachish in 701 B.C. The reliefs can be found in the central area of the Palace (Room XXXVI), probably indicating that king Sennacherib took great delight in this particular victory.

Sennacherib's conquests of the Jewish cities are mentioned in the Bible, although he failed to conquer Jerusalem:

Now it came to pass in the fourteenth year of king Hezekiah, that Sennacherib king of Assyria came up against all the defenced cities of Judah, and took them. (Isaiah 36: 1-2).

After this did Sennacherib king of Assyria send his servants to Jerusalem, (but he himself laid siege against Lachish, and all his power with him,) unto Hezekiah king of Judah, and unto all Judah that were at Jerusalem... (2 Chronicles 32:9)

Sennacherib has also mentioned in his annals that he attacked and destroyed 46 Jewish towns and cities and took many captives:

Because Hezekiah, King of Judah, would not submit to my yoke, I came up against him, and by force of arms and by the might of my power, I took 46 of his strong-fenced cities; and of the smaller towns which were scattered about, I took and plundered a countless number. From these places, I took and carried off 200,156 persons, old and young, male and female, together with horses and mules, ***** and camels, oxen and sheep, a countless multitude.
Another proof that the ancient and original Jews were Blacks can be seen in the paintings, frescoes and various artwork left behind in the catacombs of Rome by the early Black Christians many centuries ago. They buried their dead in the Catacombs. These early Christians depicted Biblical figures and even Jesus Christ and his disciples as Black. This was before the Romans had even adopted Christianity as a state religion. The paintings spanned a considerable period of time. Many of the paintings have been destroyed or damaged, and even though they originally depicted Blacks, when non-Blacks adopted Christianity, they inevitably began to appear in the catacomb paintings. White wealthy Christians also liked to be buried in the catacombs with paintings depicting Whites made in their honor.


So the question is, what happened to the original Black dwellers of Judah and Israel? Why can they no longer be found there in large numbers? The answer lies in the numerous invasions and exile that the Black Jews and Israelites were subjected to.

It is important to note that in the aftermath of the death of Solomon, the United Kingdom of Israel was ultimately divided into two territories. King Rehoboam of the United Kingdom of Israel lost control and was left to rule only the Kingdom of Judah with its capital at Jerusalem. The inhabitants, from the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, were known as the Jews. Jeroboam became the ruler of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, which had its capital at Samaria. The inhabitants, from the rest of the tribes, (excluding Judah and Benjamin) were the Israelites.

We are told in II Kings, 17:1-6 in the Holy Bible (KJV) that when Hoshea became king of Israel, he began to act in a way that was evil in God's eyes, unlike the kings that reigned before him. And so “against him came up Shalmanesser king of of Assyria; and Hoshea became his servant, and gave him presents. And the king of Assyria found conspiracy in Hoshea: for he had sent messages to So king of Egypt, and brought no present to the king of Assyria, as he had done year by year: therefore the king of Assyria shut him up, and bound him in prison.”

During the era of Hoshea, the Assyrian king “took Samaria, and carried Israel into Assyria, and placed them in Halah and in Habor by the river of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes.”


We are also told in II Kings 17:24 that the Assyrian king brought different peoples to live in Samaria.

They were brought from Babylon, Cuthah, Ava, Hamath, and Sepharvaim.

The Israelites became the ten lost tribes. The Black Jews of Judah were willing to pay an annual tribute, and were spared the Assyrian conquest and exile as a result.

When the Neo-Babylonians and their leader Nebuchadnezzar conquered the Assyrians more than a hundred years later, the Black Jews of Judah initially had to continue paying the tribute to the Neo-Babylonians. Later, however, they revolted against Nebuchadnezzar, but were ultimately defeated. Like their brethren, the Israelites, a number of Black Jews were exiled from Jerusalem for seventy years (See Jeremiah 52: 27-30). Empires are destined to decline and fall, and the Neo-Babylonian Empire was no exception. It was conquered by Cyrus and his Persians.

Some of the Black Jews who had been sent into exile by the Babylonians, returned to their homeland when the Persian king Cyrus issued a proclamation allowing his conquered subjects to return home. The Black Jews did return to Judah, but significant inter-mixture had already occurred.

Eventually, the Persian Empire was subdued by the Macedonian, Alexander the Great. Alexander strongly promoted inter-mixture between the Greeks and the conquered peoples in his Empire. He believed it was the best thing to do because the Greeks were superior, and thus the conquered peoples stood to benefit from Greek culture and civilization. This policy inevitably contributed to changes in the racial characteristics of the Black Jews and Israelites.

The Roman occupation of Israel and Judah was particularly brutal, and served to heavily depopulate the Blacks after the three Roman Jewish wars. The Romans rebuilt Jerusalem and for many years, the Black Jews were not even allowed to enter their own city.

Many of today's Jews are Khazars who adopted Judaism in the 8th century. Because of the dispersal, many of the Black Jews and Israelites have mixed with other peoples. Many of the Black Jews also fled to places like Africa due to Islamic and other invasions. It is a fact that many Blacks in the Americas have original Black Jewish heritage.

The ancient Hebrews, Jews and Israelites were Blacks.
 

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SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THE BLACK HEBREWS

Many people have long believed that the inhabitants of present-day Israel and other nearby places have always been the true inhabitants of that place. But that has not always been the case. Blacks, being the original race, once inhabited the entire world, and the Middle and Near East were no exceptions.


The fact that the original inhabitants of present-day Israel were Blacks has been proved beyond any reasonable doubt by archaeological, Biblical, historical, pictorial and other evidence. Carry out research in any part of the world, and chances are you will discover that the original peoples were Blacks.

In 1846, the English archaeologist, Austen Henry Layard (1817-1894), discovered the Black Obelisk of the Assyrian king, Shalmaneser III at the famous ancient Assyrian capital of Calah, or Kalhu, which in modern times is known as Nimrud. He also discovered the ruins of the palaces of a number of Assyrian kings. The Black Obelisk, which was made of black limestone, was found in the ruins of Shalmaneser III's palace. It is now housed in the British Museum. There are a number of bas reliefs on the Obelisk, one of which depicts the Black Israelite king Jehu, prostrating himself before Shalmaneser III. The cuneiform text on the panel reads as follows:

“The tribute of Jehu, son of Omri: I received from him silver, gold, a golden bowl, a golden vase with pointed bottom, golden tumblers, golden buckets, tin, a staff for a king and spears.”

The gypsum wall Lachish reliefs, discovered by Layard between 1845-47, shows without doubt that the ancient Jews were Blacks. The heavily fortified Jewish city of Lachish was located on a hill 40km south-west of Jerusalem. The Lachish reliefs were carved on the walls of the South-West palace of Sennacherib in Nineveh (ancient Kouyunjik) in present-day Mosul Governorate in Iraq to commemorate the victory of the Assyrians over the Black Jews after the violent siege at Lachish in 701 B.C. The reliefs can be found in the central area of the Palace (Room XXXVI), probably indicating that king Sennacherib took great delight in this particular victory.

Sennacherib's conquests of the Jewish cities are mentioned in the Bible, although he failed to conquer Jerusalem:

Now it came to pass in the fourteenth year of king Hezekiah, that Sennacherib king of Assyria came up against all the defenced cities of Judah, and took them. (Isaiah 36: 1-2).

After this did Sennacherib king of Assyria send his servants to Jerusalem, (but he himself laid siege against Lachish, and all his power with him,) unto Hezekiah king of Judah, and unto all Judah that were at Jerusalem... (2 Chronicles 32:9)

Sennacherib has also mentioned in his annals that he attacked and destroyed 46 Jewish towns and cities and took many captives:

Because Hezekiah, King of Judah, would not submit to my yoke, I came up against him, and by force of arms and by the might of my power, I took 46 of his strong-fenced cities; and of the smaller towns which were scattered about, I took and plundered a countless number. From these places, I took and carried off 200,156 persons, old and young, male and female, together with horses and mules, ***** and camels, oxen and sheep, a countless multitude.
Another proof that the ancient and original Jews were Blacks can be seen in the paintings, frescoes and various artwork left behind in the catacombs of Rome by the early Black Christians many centuries ago. They buried their dead in the Catacombs. These early Christians depicted Biblical figures and even Jesus Christ and his disciples as Black. This was before the Romans had even adopted Christianity as a state religion. The paintings spanned a considerable period of time. Many of the paintings have been destroyed or damaged, and even though they originally depicted Blacks, when non-Blacks adopted Christianity, they inevitably began to appear in the catacomb paintings. White wealthy Christians also liked to be buried in the catacombs with paintings depicting Whites made in their honor.


So the question is, what happened to the original Black dwellers of Judah and Israel? Why can they no longer be found there in large numbers? The answer lies in the numerous invasions and exile that the Black Jews and Israelites were subjected to.

It is important to note that in the aftermath of the death of Solomon, the United Kingdom of Israel was ultimately divided into two territories. King Rehoboam of the United Kingdom of Israel lost control and was left to rule only the Kingdom of Judah with its capital at Jerusalem. The inhabitants, from the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, were known as the Jews. Jeroboam became the ruler of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, which had its capital at Samaria. The inhabitants, from the rest of the tribes, (excluding Judah and Benjamin) were the Israelites.

We are told in II Kings, 17:1-6 in the Holy Bible (KJV) that when Hoshea became king of Israel, he began to act in a way that was evil in God's eyes, unlike the kings that reigned before him. And so “against him came up Shalmanesser king of of Assyria; and Hoshea became his servant, and gave him presents. And the king of Assyria found conspiracy in Hoshea: for he had sent messages to So king of Egypt, and brought no present to the king of Assyria, as he had done year by year: therefore the king of Assyria shut him up, and bound him in prison.”

During the era of Hoshea, the Assyrian king “took Samaria, and carried Israel into Assyria, and placed them in Halah and in Habor by the river of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes.”


We are also told in II Kings 17:24 that the Assyrian king brought different peoples to live in Samaria.

They were brought from Babylon, Cuthah, Ava, Hamath, and Sepharvaim.

The Israelites became the ten lost tribes. The Black Jews of Judah were willing to pay an annual tribute, and were spared the Assyrian conquest and exile as a result.

When the Neo-Babylonians and their leader Nebuchadnezzar conquered the Assyrians more than a hundred years later, the Black Jews of Judah initially had to continue paying the tribute to the Neo-Babylonians. Later, however, they revolted against Nebuchadnezzar, but were ultimately defeated. Like their brethren, the Israelites, a number of Black Jews were exiled from Jerusalem for seventy years (See Jeremiah 52: 27-30). Empires are destined to decline and fall, and the Neo-Babylonian Empire was no exception. It was conquered by Cyrus and his Persians.

Some of the Black Jews who had been sent into exile by the Babylonians, returned to their homeland when the Persian king Cyrus issued a proclamation allowing his conquered subjects to return home. The Black Jews did return to Judah, but significant inter-mixture had already occurred.

Eventually, the Persian Empire was subdued by the Macedonian, Alexander the Great. Alexander strongly promoted inter-mixture between the Greeks and the conquered peoples in his Empire. He believed it was the best thing to do because the Greeks were superior, and thus the conquered peoples stood to benefit from Greek culture and civilization. This policy inevitably contributed to changes in the racial characteristics of the Black Jews and Israelites.

The Roman occupation of Israel and Judah was particularly brutal, and served to heavily depopulate the Blacks after the three Roman Jewish wars. The Romans rebuilt Jerusalem and for many years, the Black Jews were not even allowed to enter their own city.

Many of today's Jews are Khazars who adopted Judaism in the 8th century. Because of the dispersal, many of the Black Jews and Israelites have mixed with other peoples. Many of the Black Jews also fled to places like Africa due to Islamic and other invasions. It is a fact that many Blacks in the Americas have original Black Jewish heritage.

The ancient Hebrews, Jews and Israelites were Blacks.

Very good presentation Romeoandler, the facts are indisputable and line up accurately.

In addition to the information you've cited, in answer to the questions asked below, let's not fail to include the outcome of Deuteronomy 28: 15 - 68, as a significant attribution to the answer.


"...So the question is, what happened to the original Black dwellers of Judah and Israel? Why can they no longer be found there in large numbers? The answer lies in the numerous invasions and exile that the Black Jews and Israelites were subjected to."

...

 

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SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THE BLACK HEBREWS

Many people have long believed that the inhabitants of present-day Israel and other nearby places have always been the true inhabitants of that place. But that has not always been the case. Blacks, being the original race, once inhabited the entire world, and the Middle and Near East were no exceptions.


The fact that the original inhabitants of present-day Israel were Blacks has been proved beyond any reasonable doubt by archaeological, Biblical, historical, pictorial and other evidence. Carry out research in any part of the world, and chances are you will discover that the original peoples were Blacks.

In 1846, the English archaeologist, Austen Henry Layard (1817-1894), discovered the Black Obelisk of the Assyrian king, Shalmaneser III at the famous ancient Assyrian capital of Calah, or Kalhu, which in modern times is known as Nimrud. He also discovered the ruins of the palaces of a number of Assyrian kings. The Black Obelisk, which was made of black limestone, was found in the ruins of Shalmaneser III's palace. It is now housed in the British Museum. There are a number of bas reliefs on the Obelisk, one of which depicts the Black Israelite king Jehu, prostrating himself before Shalmaneser III. The cuneiform text on the panel reads as follows:

“The tribute of Jehu, son of Omri: I received from him silver, gold, a golden bowl, a golden vase with pointed bottom, golden tumblers, golden buckets, tin, a staff for a king and spears.”

The gypsum wall Lachish reliefs, discovered by Layard between 1845-47, shows without doubt that the ancient Jews were Blacks. The heavily fortified Jewish city of Lachish was located on a hill 40km south-west of Jerusalem. The Lachish reliefs were carved on the walls of the South-West palace of Sennacherib in Nineveh (ancient Kouyunjik) in present-day Mosul Governorate in Iraq to commemorate the victory of the Assyrians over the Black Jews after the violent siege at Lachish in 701 B.C. The reliefs can be found in the central area of the Palace (Room XXXVI), probably indicating that king Sennacherib took great delight in this particular victory.

Sennacherib's conquests of the Jewish cities are mentioned in the Bible, although he failed to conquer Jerusalem:

Now it came to pass in the fourteenth year of king Hezekiah, that Sennacherib king of Assyria came up against all the defenced cities of Judah, and took them. (Isaiah 36: 1-2).

After this did Sennacherib king of Assyria send his servants to Jerusalem, (but he himself laid siege against Lachish, and all his power with him,) unto Hezekiah king of Judah, and unto all Judah that were at Jerusalem... (2 Chronicles 32:9)

Sennacherib has also mentioned in his annals that he attacked and destroyed 46 Jewish towns and cities and took many captives:

Because Hezekiah, King of Judah, would not submit to my yoke, I came up against him, and by force of arms and by the might of my power, I took 46 of his strong-fenced cities; and of the smaller towns which were scattered about, I took and plundered a countless number. From these places, I took and carried off 200,156 persons, old and young, male and female, together with horses and mules, ***** and camels, oxen and sheep, a countless multitude.
Another proof that the ancient and original Jews were Blacks can be seen in the paintings, frescoes and various artwork left behind in the catacombs of Rome by the early Black Christians many centuries ago. They buried their dead in the Catacombs. These early Christians depicted Biblical figures and even Jesus Christ and his disciples as Black. This was before the Romans had even adopted Christianity as a state religion. The paintings spanned a considerable period of time. Many of the paintings have been destroyed or damaged, and even though they originally depicted Blacks, when non-Blacks adopted Christianity, they inevitably began to appear in the catacomb paintings. White wealthy Christians also liked to be buried in the catacombs with paintings depicting Whites made in their honor.


So the question is, what happened to the original Black dwellers of Judah and Israel? Why can they no longer be found there in large numbers? The answer lies in the numerous invasions and exile that the Black Jews and Israelites were subjected to.

It is important to note that in the aftermath of the death of Solomon, the United Kingdom of Israel was ultimately divided into two territories. King Rehoboam of the United Kingdom of Israel lost control and was left to rule only the Kingdom of Judah with its capital at Jerusalem. The inhabitants, from the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, were known as the Jews. Jeroboam became the ruler of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, which had its capital at Samaria. The inhabitants, from the rest of the tribes, (excluding Judah and Benjamin) were the Israelites.

We are told in II Kings, 17:1-6 in the Holy Bible (KJV) that when Hoshea became king of Israel, he began to act in a way that was evil in God's eyes, unlike the kings that reigned before him. And so “against him came up Shalmanesser king of of Assyria; and Hoshea became his servant, and gave him presents. And the king of Assyria found conspiracy in Hoshea: for he had sent messages to So king of Egypt, and brought no present to the king of Assyria, as he had done year by year: therefore the king of Assyria shut him up, and bound him in prison.”

During the era of Hoshea, the Assyrian king “took Samaria, and carried Israel into Assyria, and placed them in Halah and in Habor by the river of Gozan, and in the cities of the Medes.”


We are also told in II Kings 17:24 that the Assyrian king brought different peoples to live in Samaria.

They were brought from Babylon, Cuthah, Ava, Hamath, and Sepharvaim.

The Israelites became the ten lost tribes. The Black Jews of Judah were willing to pay an annual tribute, and were spared the Assyrian conquest and exile as a result.

When the Neo-Babylonians and their leader Nebuchadnezzar conquered the Assyrians more than a hundred years later, the Black Jews of Judah initially had to continue paying the tribute to the Neo-Babylonians. Later, however, they revolted against Nebuchadnezzar, but were ultimately defeated. Like their brethren, the Israelites, a number of Black Jews were exiled from Jerusalem for seventy years (See Jeremiah 52: 27-30). Empires are destined to decline and fall, and the Neo-Babylonian Empire was no exception. It was conquered by Cyrus and his Persians.

Some of the Black Jews who had been sent into exile by the Babylonians, returned to their homeland when the Persian king Cyrus issued a proclamation allowing his conquered subjects to return home. The Black Jews did return to Judah, but significant inter-mixture had already occurred.

Eventually, the Persian Empire was subdued by the Macedonian, Alexander the Great. Alexander strongly promoted inter-mixture between the Greeks and the conquered peoples in his Empire. He believed it was the best thing to do because the Greeks were superior, and thus the conquered peoples stood to benefit from Greek culture and civilization. This policy inevitably contributed to changes in the racial characteristics of the Black Jews and Israelites.

The Roman occupation of Israel and Judah was particularly brutal, and served to heavily depopulate the Blacks after the three Roman Jewish wars. The Romans rebuilt Jerusalem and for many years, the Black Jews were not even allowed to enter their own city.

Many of today's Jews are Khazars who adopted Judaism in the 8th century. Because of the dispersal, many of the Black Jews and Israelites have mixed with other peoples. Many of the Black Jews also fled to places like Africa due to Islamic and other invasions. It is a fact that many Blacks in the Americas have original Black Jewish heritage.

The ancient Hebrews, Jews and Israelites were Blacks.
I was discussing this subject on another forum and I had two white "Jews" admit to me they also believed that the original Hebrews were Black people. The problem I have with some of the Black people that claim to be Hebrews is that I dont see how its possible that the bloodline has remained pure after fleeing to Africa and then becoming enslaved in the US.
 

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I was discussing this subject on another forum and I had two white "Jews" admit to me they also believed that the original Hebrews were Black people. The problem I have with some of the Black people that claim to be Hebrews is that I dont see how its possible that the bloodline has remained pure after fleeing to Africa and then becoming enslaved in the US.
so get a DNA test. i come from slave stock and i am 80% African by blood.
 

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