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Mon, 10 Jun 2024 Feature Article

King David (Duodu) And Jesus (Yesu) Are Ghanaians

King David (Duodu) And Jesus (Yesu) Are Ghanaians
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Recently, academic revelations have taken the world by surprise because the conspiracies surrounding them are intricately hidden from the masses that nobody thought they could be out in the open easily. It would have taken the world infinite years to be revealed had it not been for the diligent works of some dedicated scholars. These research findings will soon be submitted to academic journals for peer review because these journals judge impartial academics who are always looking forward to having sound knowledge from deep thinkers who care less about what outsiders would think about how the unfolding of this truth came out. The painstaking works have been systematic, meticulous, and preliminary examined by some diligent scholars and the inquisitive media, so we think that when they are finally presented to peer reviewers, we will have been able to modify our views and correct them adequately to warrant their distinct judgment. Let us hope that results and findings will not be overshadowed by contentions and unnecessary strives that dwindle academic pursuits as they happened so many centuries ago in Europe. The authenticity of this information stems from the fact that it has taken only 20 generations to keep and unearth them, so they cannot be out of the minds of the numerous migrants and scribes who had kept them. Moreover, since Kingship and the movement of clans are involved the oral tradition could be of interest to the traditional authorities who keep hereditary information to guarantee that leadership succession will be preserved.

The Objective of the Study
The main aim of this article is to point out that King David (Duodu) and Jesus (Yesu) if they were to be living today in the present world, would be regarded as the two most important Ghanaians in the context of biblical literature and works. They would be among the migrants living in the biblical cultural regions in modern Ghana, where the Hebrew migrants escaped the three major wars (AD 63, AD 66, and AD 70) which shook the Middle East and Canaan before the fall of the Roman Empire so many centuries ago live. These migrants who lived in the different biblical regions in Ghana had built and settled in the cities and other settlements that have been named with distinctive characteristics that can be presented on the map and studied. This article makes us aware of the imposters who currently live in these areas that had been left behind. Moreover, we will become accustomed to the deliberate misrepresentation of the inventions in developments, writing, and mathematics that the Hebrew migrants had built.

Wars and Destructions by the Invaders in Europe

All the Akan tribes which include the Ancient Babylonians, Ancient Egyptians, and Ancient Israel which consisted of the forging together of the descendants of Isaac and his two sons Jacob and Esau (Ayiisi, Yaw Kwabi, and Esaw), were compelled to move to the present abode through wars that they could not prevail. These three wars made the Hebrews/Akans and other smaller tribes compelled to migrate to present Ghana and other areas toward the southern part of Canaan. They took place in AD 63, AD 66, and AD 70. The last one was the last straw that broke the camel's back. It was brutal and historic records showed the deaths of many people such that blood was seen flowing like a river in Canaan. Before these forced migrations, the Hebrews/Akans, who had originated and inhabited modern Iraq were occupying Canaan and its environments. The Amorites including many Akan groups had faced drought and famine earlier and this had pushed them to move downwards to settle closely together. These wars were engineered by the mighty empires which consisted of the Medo₋Persia Empire, Grecian Empire and later the ironfisted Roman Empire. It was the Emperor of the latter Empire called Hadrian who forced all the Hebrews to move and park elsewhere away while naming Canaan as Palestine, which could mean “palace.” This was the reason why the Hebrew tribes were compelled to relocate to the present abode of modern Ghana after several incursions on the way. Forming temporary kingdoms in first, Chad and, later Northern Nigeria, the conquering of them by a Hausa Queen made them settle in present-day Mali and Niger before the Hebrew Aramaic people moved to the present abode. As they moved along, they named their cities after those cities that they had left behind. They repeated this naming characteristic in Ghana, Ivory Coast, and its environments.

Before this period, Europe had not seen peace, for there were wars and conquests that spanned several thousands of years in between, as invaders emerged who were popularly known as the Caucasians. They had emerged from their isolation in caves and forests in Central Asia and appeared in the scene around 1250 BC. They had been pushed from Central Asia by War Lords in Asia, nomadic people such as Genghis Khan, and more in particular by the Hun leader called Attila the Hun. Their sudden appearance in the Western world saw the major destruction of many elements of the black superb civilizations. These invaders began to confiscate cities and artifacts which they kept for themselves. As many of these people were nomads and lacked proper civilization at the beginning, they used improper methods of war such as cruelty and raping to subdue their opponents due to their lacking of civilized manners. They had no respect for godliness and nor did they respect human beings so they did not spare humans nor properties that had been left behind by the rationalized black civilizations that existed in Ancient Mesopotamia, Babylon, Assyria, and, later the Roman Empire.

Jesus and David of Ancient Israel in Ghana

In the book of an anthropologist and etymologist, Martin Kwesi Abrokwa, Jesus known as Yesu, comes from Asiakwa in the Akyem Abuakwa. He used the etymological method to study names and places in the ancient Near East and Ghana and concluded that Yesu comes from Asiakwa, which is named Bethlehem. As a German scholar, well-versed in the diverse methods of etymology, Abrokwa noted that the Akans usually name cities and towns having in mind the cities and towns they had left behind. Akyems and the Asante Kingdoms were of the Tribes of Judah belonging to the Asona and Oyokoᴐ clans respectively. Duodu known as David in the scriptures₎ had established them; the former ruled the Southern Kingdom while the latter ruled the Northern Kingdom. So, the Tribe of Judah is the Akyem today. In the Northern Kingdom, there was the Osei dynasty which has continued in the Asante Empire in Ghana today. Again, Asiakwa used to be in the state of Akwamu before another dynasty was established by the Akyem after they had managed to conquer the territory.

Yesu was a major biblical figure known as Ayesu during the rule of the Roman Empire in Palestine. He received his name for being so kind and generous concerning his gift of curing diseases and illness, rendering kindness and compassion toward the masses in Canaan. Unfortunately, his missionary activities among the Hebrews in Canaan excited envy among the religious leaders, including the Sadducees. He was Okomfo ₍fetish priest₎ who was imbued with supernatural powers from the Almighty God and had the characteristics of attending to the needs of masses without requesting remuneration, gifts, petty bribes, and properties. Later, his name was shortened from “Ayesuban” to Ayesu, which later became Yesu (Jesus).

According to Abrokwa, a deity named “Akwasi Ayesu” is being worshipped in the Akwamu area, and he thinks the adherents should be capable of revealing the name and family to which Ayesu belongs. He suggested the man Yesu was not aware of the various titles that the Greeks had showered upon him. They added “kristos” which Yesu did not acknowledge or see himself as one. The title of "Son of God” meant nothing special since among the Akan/Hebrews every individual is considered to be the Son of God. The title, “Messiah," in Hebrew parlance meant Okyeame or linguist who offered interpretations to Kings and superior leaders among the Hebrews. Leaders could also be called Messiahs. If Yesu died and in three days he left for heaven, this is not strange as all Hebrew people believe in the tradition that a dead person’s kra usually lingers around until the third day when she or he disappears and returns to his creator. He also argued that Yesu did not resurrect as it has been believed because some documents prove that Joseph of Arimathea collected Yesu‛s body and buried it in his private graveyard.

Elsewhere in some literature and a lecture of one scholar who sees himself more as a prophet than a researcher, we are informed that the Hebrew name of Yesu is Kwasi Hene whose descendants have been found in a family that originally came from Dormaa in the Brong Region but later moved to settle in Akwamu. According to him, he was born on a Sunday. The historical narratives concerning his birth in Biblical Bethlehem in Canaan and how he came to be called the Messiah who was expected to deliver his people from the yoke of the Roman Empire can be found in the Bible though some extra information is hidden in the 14 books which were not canonized as part of the 66 books of Scriptures. The 14 books are called the Apocrypha, and they confirm the name Ayesu. Yesu has both parents to be Hebrews whose descendants after more than 20 generations currently live in Ghana in the Akwamu area. His Hebrew name Kwasi Hene is authentic as 20 generations are not longer to forget an important oral tradition such as this one where the whole world and history of two Akan kingdoms ( Northern and Southern Kingdoms of Judah established by King Duodu) is attached to it.

Concluding Remarks
Yesu and King Duodu had Ghanaian descendants who originated from the Kingdoms of Judah, Ancient Israel. If they were to be alive today, they would be recognized as great Ghanaian Royals who may be living as migrants in the Biblical cultural regions in Ghana. The existence of the Akan clans Asona and Oyokoᴐ, which King Duodu or David established for the Asante and Akyems who ruled in the Southern and Northern Kingdoms, respectively, prove the presence of the True Hebrews and True Israelites in Ghana. As Hebrews become aware of their great mission and migration into Ghana and the promise of God being fulfilled, changes must be made concerning how they govern themselves. Again, the government of Ghana should consider changing the name of the capital city to New Jerusalem. This important Ancient holy city which Kwasi Hene predicted would be destroyed by the Romans in AD 70.

REFERENCES

  • Ayim₋Aboagye, D. 1993. The Function of Myth in Akan Healing Experience. A Psychological INQUIRY into two Akan Healing Communities. Uppsala Dissertations. Acta Universitatis Uppsaliensis.
  • Ayim₋Aboagye, D. 2008. Indigenous Psychiatry. Transcultural Study of Healing Communities in West Africa with Focus on Ghana. Aboː Abo Akademi University.
  • Ayim₋Aboagye, D. 2007. Akan Language and Its Relationship to Ancient Biblical Writings. Sociology of Names and Places in the Ancient Near East. J. H. Kwabena Nketiah Conference. University of Ghana, Legon.
  • Banchie, Darkwah 2000. The Africans Who Wrote The Bible. Aduana Publishers. The USA.
  • Abrokwah, Kwasi. 2010. Revelation, Movement of Akan people from Canaan to Ghana. Akanba.

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