Black Spirituality Religion : The Jews of Africa

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Are Black Jews of African Descent?

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  1. OmowaleX

    OmowaleX Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The following article equates the pre-Dynastic Nile Delta with the Biblical Goshen and states the pre-dynastic Egyptians were confined to Upper Egypt. This is in explaining a pre-dynastic movement of early "Hebrews" into the Delta prior to the Nubians,etc. In doing so it speaks of a group known as athe "Merimdeans". I am not saying this article is scientifically correct, just sharing a different perspective for analysis and discussion.

    http://www.hebrewhistory.info/factpapers/fp019-3_africa.htm
     
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    Merimde Beni-Salam

    http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/archaeology/sites/africa/merimdebeni.html

    I did a web search for "Merimdeans" and only came up with two results. This link was found by searching "Merimde". I do not beleive that any books in my personal library reference this early settlement in pre-dynastic Kemet.

    What I am trying to esttablish are connections between various settlements, particularly beginning in the pre-Dynastic era that were not studied extensively by the 19th century "Egyptologists" because the more I research, many of these same settlements were also not studied extensively by African scholars such as Diop, Rogers, Den Yochanin, et al.

    Further studies of these groups, which include a group I wrote concerning in another thread (i.e. "Aterian"), will reveal a need to update some of our databases as well as adjusting some long standing conclusions some of us have reached while newer evidence is added to this historical database.

    Note: This culture was existant at the same period as the BADARIAN.
    http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/badari/badarian.html
     
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