Discussion in 'Black Hebrew Israelites Study Group' started by Yeremiyah Ben Ysrayl, Aug 16, 2011.
We are Hebrews people...
I don't know much about Hebrews (or anything), but i'll be reading and learning. Thanks for sharing!
Much Love and Peace.
Destee...I was here once before and I told you how beautiful of a woman you are...go to this web-site and you will see who we are...
I saw that you referenced being 'back' in your opening post ... but wasn't sure what to think of it.
Wow ... kewl ... great ... Welcome Home ...
If you've been here before, then you problee know, she don't know much about much ...
I'm willing to learn though, will visit the URL, and reading what you share with us.
Thank you for the compliment ...
Much Much Love and Peace.
The descendents of the 60,000 Elohim continued to
practice the true religion of Yahweh after they left the
island. They were scattered by wars all over the Middle East
and North Africa. A small number of them were left in Israel
until about 2,000 years ago, when they were forced off thatland by the Roman invasions. The rest were already inAfrica, having migrated into the continent over the courseof many centuries. After settling among other Africans, thedescendents of Yahweh kept their religious practicesseparate from the religions of other African tribes.
There was no physical difference between them and
other Africans, but they were distinguished by their religion.
They were known as the worshippers and descendents of
the God of Sirius, even as their other brethren, the Dogon
people, are still known today. The fact that the Israelites
separated themselves religiously from other Africans caused
some measure of resentment in the people who had been
living in Africa longer and worshipping older Gods. The ill
feelings were nevertheless not deep enough to cause
violent hostilities between them, but this religious
exclusiveness of the Israelites worked against their favor
when caucasians and arabs entered Africa later on and
introduced the evil form of trade called slavery.
The Israelite Africans, due to living in small communitiesspread over many African countries, became easy targets
for slave hunters. They were hunted and captured mostly by
the light races, but in some instances non-Israelite African
chiefs made wicked deals with the white slavers to capture
the Israelites and sell them in order to save their own tribespeople
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