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Destiny Betty Lou Merritt

Destiny

Betty Lou Merritt

Published September 1st 2005
ISBN : 9781420867640
Paperback
64 pages
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Our Destiny was determined while we were in our mothers womb by God the Father Son and Holy Ghost. Biblical translations, (King James translated before 1970) record our ancestors as Black. In ancient times a portion of what is now called Asia,MoreOur Destiny was determined while we were in our mothers womb by God the Father Son and Holy Ghost. Biblical translations, (King James translated before 1970) record our ancestors as Black. In ancient times a portion of what is now called Asia, extended from West China to East Africa was not called the Middle East but East Africa or Ham by the Negro children of Ham who were settled in those regions before the construction of the Suez Canal. The entire coast of the Mediterranean adjoined Africa. Africa is the cradle of mankind this includes Adam and Eve who was black skinned. They were created in the tropic zone, an area that produces the Black/Brown colored skin. The Bible states- the first man resided in a tropical environment. The tropics only produce Black or Brown skinned people. In the Scripture Jesus is described as Black. As it is mentioned, his arms and feet as if burned in a furnace. The skin of Jesus is also associated with Brass or Bronze. The historian Bunsen says the Egyptians called bronze copper or bronze Ham which is the same as black or Ham. Jesus in addition to having black skin possessed a pure wool hair texture that is only found among Negros, those of Negro descent. By Nationality Jesus was a Jew, but through genealogy, he was a Black man. This explains why some radical groups hate Jews and Blacks. The anthropologist identified the Biblical Cushites as Negroes whom the Jews freely mingled with. Fishberg went on to describe the Ancient Hebrews as possessing Negro features, such as wooly hair, dark skin, thick lips that folded, large heads, and projecting jaws. Numbers 1- speaks of Moses Negro wife Zipporah, who was Ethiopian of the Negro race. Whatdifference does it make? To deprive a people of their most valuable history breeds disrespect that creates hatred and destruction of character. Betty L. Merritt