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Scripture Proves That We Were Lied to About Our True History

We know who the world is saying the true people of the book are but can we prove otherwise? That’s what this series is all about. There are those who are purposely creating confusion, purposely trying to say the evidence doesn’t say what it’s saying. Keep this verse [Revelation 2:9] in mind as we go through this series. We want to show the evidence about who the original Israelites were and we should know who they are because there are many prophecies concerning them in the last days. There are those who conspired to keep the truth hidden. Did the bible say this would happen? Actually, it does. Psalm 83:2-4 states, “…For behold, Your enemies make a tumult; And those who hate You have lifted up their head. They have taken crafty counsel against Your people, and consulted together against Your sheltered ones. They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, that the name of Israel may be remembered no more.”

I do think it’s much easier to be deceived when you fail to ask questions and we’ve not been asking questions about Scriptures. For example, Numbers 12:9-10 states, “So the anger of the Lord burned against them (talking about Miriam and Aaron) and He departed. As the cloud lifted from above the tent, suddenly Miriam became leprous, white as snow.” If she was already white, would that be something to be amazed by? The verse continues, “Aaron turned toward her, saw that she was leprous, and said to Moses, “My Lord, please do not hold against us this sin we have so foolishly committed.” Aaron is admitting that they sinned and we see the result of what happened – her skin turned white as snow. We have many instances in the bible where people sinned and their skin turned white. However, you do not have any examples of people sinning and the term, “the skin turned black”. Yet, that is what the religious scholars said, “because of sin, Cain turned black; Ham turned black.” We’ve proven that’s a lie because Ham was not cursed; Canaan, Ham’s son, was cursed.

Again, why are we not questioning the scripture or scriptures like this from Exodus 4:6-7, “Furthermore, the Lord said to Moses, “Put your hand inside your cloak. So, he put his hand inside his cloak, and when he took it out his hand was leprous, white as snow. “Put your hand back inside your cloak,” said the Lord. So, Moses put his hand back inside his cloak, and when he took it out, it was restored, like the rest of his skin.” If his hand was already white, why would the scripture be making a distinction here? His skin color could not have been white. We’ve seen these scriptures but it just went over our heads. We knew something wasn’t quite right but the pastors, teachers, evangelists…they didn’t really shed light on these things, so we just let it go. We just ignored the nagging questions in the back of our minds.

Another scripture that’s often overlooked or not talked about comes from 2 Kings 5. It talks about the curse of Gehazi due to his greed and deceit. Naaman, the commander of the army of the king of Aram, came to the prophet Elisha to be healed of leprosy. After he was healed, he wanted to pay the prophet but Elisha wouldn’t take it. So, his deceptive servant, Gehazi, tried to get Naaman to give him the money, secretly, not knowing that the Most High would reveal it to Elisha. When Gehazi returned, this is what Elisha said to him, “Therefore, the leprosy of Naaman will cling to you and your descendants forever!” And as Gehazi left his presence, he was leprous – as white as snow.” This was a skin condition where it caused the skin to turn white but the theologians tried to make us believe that leprosy is where the skin is deformed. No! Scripture is telling us it caused the skin to turn white as snow. Why can’t we just believe the scriptures? We have to keep uncovering the truth so that we can reclaim our identity. If it’s making folks uncomfortable, then so be it. They’ve been comfortable with the lies long enough. They know that this truth threatens the ideology of white supremacy. We are unapologetically challenging the narrative of history that was created for us.

Another lie perpetuated by the masses has to do with that of the ancient Egyptians. The lie about Egyptians being white has been told so many times, it’s just accepted as the truth now. Even bible teachers promote this lie and it’s time for us to push back. We’ve allowed them to get away with these lies for far too long. Why? Because we didn’t know how to respond, so we said nothing. Well, no more. The only way the Egyptians can be white is if Ham, the father of Mizraim, was white. Remember, a white father + white mother combination would not be able to produce a black child. This was the justification Europeans used to enslave people of color; they used the curse of Ham myth that was sanctioned by the Roman Catholic Church. Religious scholars taught it and preachers used it to indoctrinate the masses, but there’s a problem with the theory. If they’re going to use the curse of Ham myth, then Ham would have to be black. If you follow that logic, then you’re talking about Noah being a white man, married to a white woman and they had two white sons + one black son. We all know that science disproves that ridiculous notion, but do you see the deception here? It’s convenient for Ham to be black to enslave people of color but it’s also true that the Egyptians who supposedly descended from a black man, is white, when Europeans need to lay claim to the glory of Egypt. Ancient Egyptians have told us what they looked like from their paintings and other artifacts. In their paintings, we clearly see that they are dark, melanated people, which would confirm that their father – Ham or Mizraim – had to be a man of color.

So, if we now know what the ancient Egyptians looked like, let’s take a look at what Moses looked like. In Exodus 2:16-19, it says, “Now the priest of Midian had seven daughters. And they came and drew water, and they filled the troughs to water their father’s flock. Then the shepherds came and drove them away; but Moses stood up and helped them, and watered their flock. When they came to Reuel, their father, he said, “How is it that you have come so soon today?” And they said, “An Egyptian delivered us from the hand of the shepherds, and he also drew enough water for us and watered the flock.” How did they describe Moses? They said he looked like an Egyptian and we just reviewed some distinct features of what the ancient Egyptians look like, so Moses had to be a dark, melanated man. Guess who else looked like an Egyptian? This comes from Acts 21:37-38, “Then as Paul was about to be led into the barracks, he said to the commander, “May I speak to you?” The commander replied, “Can you speak Greek? Are you not the Egyptian who some time ago stirred up a rebellion and led the four thousand assassins out into the wilderness?” So, how did Paul look? Like an Egyptian – clearly a man of color.

The tides are changing and we are going to keep uncovering the truth. We have to start asking the right questions. The bible is proving what we’re saying. The DNA, the old books, the geography, all of these things are breadcrumbs. It’s up to us to get rid of the lies handed to us that erased our heritage. What’s sad is there are some of our pastors who are beginning to hear and to listen to what we’re saying and instead of doing the research, they go to the very ones who are perpetrating the lie to debunk the truth. Of course, it’s not in their best interest for us to know who we are because they know when we wake up, as a people, they know that there’s a judgment coming. The scriptures do not lie. The Day of The Lord is about the judgment of those nations that took His people into captivity. But you Israel, Judah, you need to be ready for that as well. Don’t rely on heritage. You must repent; you need salvation. That is who Messiah is; it’s why He came. Yahshua came to bring salvation; Yah came down to save. He made it clear that salvation was for the lost sheep first – for the house of Israel first – and then whosoever would believe and receive (Matthew 15:24). So, don’t you miss out on what was meant for you!

Again, we have provided a 10-part series [Prove Your Hebrew Identity] where we share information from books, articles, old newspapers, and quotes about the identity of the Negro. This blog covers parts 3 and 4. I encourage you to take notes so that you will have the sources to back up what you’re saying. It is our hope that by the end of the series you will be able to boldly and confidently prove your Hebrew heritage.

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