04.02.2013 Feature Article

Africans And Their First Cousins, The Jews

Adapted from Naiwu Osahon’s book: THE END OF KNOWLEDGE
Africans And Their First Cousins, The Jews
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Moses himself claimed that his Midianite deity gave his name as YHWH pronounced as Yahweh, and that El Elyon, the chief of the Midianites (Canaanites) deities, which the Bible says is the Devil or Lucifer, was the father of Yahweh. Moses said, it was El Elyon, who divided the nations of the earth among his children or sons or gods, and that the nation allotted by El Elyon, to his son Yahweh, was Israel. If the Bible calls the 'Father' of its God, Lucifer, what does that make its God? I am asking because I am African and English is not my mother

Around 1640 BCE, some 70 Canaan Hebrews, under the leadership of Joseph, son of Jacob, son of Isaac, entered Egypt from Canaan (Black country), fleeing from another great drought. Doris Darkwah in (The Role of Africa in the rise of Judaism), tells us that: “They were welcomed and given food and shelter by the hospitable Egyptians. They enjoyed the rights and privileges of Egyptian citizenship, some becoming high officials in the government giving up Semitic names for Egyptian ones.

Joseph was in Pharaoh Kamoses cabinet as Prime Minister and took the Egyptian name of Zaphnathpaaneah. Yanhamu was a leading General under Amenophis IV (Akhnaton). “The Great Pyramids and the Obelisk had already been completed before any Hebrew set foot

in Egypt; hence the idea of their being used as slave labour on those constructions is false.

Pictures found on tombs show the Hebrews to be foreigners from their clothes and beards, but also that they were not in captivity. Of course, many of them laboured side by side with

the Egyptians in making bricks for the outer enclosures of temples or cities, the main building effort of the day.”

The migration of 'Sea people' into the coast of Northern Africa and West of Egypt, continued during the reign of Amenophis IV (Akhnaton 1378-1350 BCE), a pacifist, and by the end of the reigns of Ramses II, and Merneptah in 1230 BCE, the ethnic balance around the Mediterranean

and Western Asia, had begun to be distorted.
Exodus of Hebrews from Egypt took place in 1230 BCE. That was towards the end of the Canaan Hebrew's 400 years sojourn in Egypt when they had grown in number to be a sizable percentage of the population. Moses was already over 70 years old at the time.

The Bible says that 600,000 men left with Moses, which according to Haushoffer, meant a total of 3,154,000 men, women, and children, all Black, from being Canaanites and crossbreeding with African Egyptians. Moses, being an Egyptian priest who rebelled against the established religion of his people, was not missed when he finally emigrated with his followers from Egypt through the Sinai desert in 1230 BCE.

The Egyptologist, James Breasted, in (Dawn of Conscience), points out that his (Moses) name was not Hebrew as conventionally accepted, “But an Egyptian word 'Mose,' or 'Maose,' meaning child or boy-son, to which a prefix of a god's name may have been attached and lost over the years.” Ernest Jones, (Birth & Death of Moses), confirms that Moses was the son of Bathia, daughter of Pharaoh Seti I, and the Pharaoh himself. In other words, Moses was an incestuous child. Doris Darkwah, in (The Role of Africa in the rise of Judaism) says, the

circumstances of Moses' birth as portrayed by the Old Testament were pure fantasy. African myths about finding babies in water were quite common especially in honouring national heroes at the time.

Obviously, Pharaoh Seti and his daughter contrived the abandoned baby in basket

scenario, to avoid incestuous stigma, and create the opportunity to look after Moses in the palace. Sale in his book (Al Koran, P257,1784), tells us that: “Moses was a very swarthy man.” Sir T.W. Arnold in his book (Preaching Islam, Westminster 1896) says: “According to Mohammedan tradition, Moses was a Black man.” The Bible confirms this in Exodus IV.6. Roger in (100 Amazing Facts about the Negro), tells us that Moses was a Black African.

Moses received his theological education at Heliopolis. He went into the Lodge (the Mystery System), at age 7, and could not have come out until aged 47, because it required 40 years to train as a priest in all the disciplines. In fact, Moses was trained for the role of

Pharaoh with all the spiritual powers entailed in this.

Moses then spent a few years in Ethiopia in continuation of his education as a Prince of Egypt. He did not conquer Ethiopia as some modern Jewish film makers would want the world to believe. No king of Ethiopia accompanied Moses to Egypt as portrayed by the White film. An emissary of the king accompanied Moses from the land of his ancestors back to Egypt because, he was a Prince and that was the tradition of the era.

According to Doris Darkwah, Moses became the spokesman for the Hebrews, and introduced them to “A monotheistic type of religion, which he had learned as an Egyptian from the teachings of Akhnaton as a Prince and Pharaoh in training for 40 years, in the Mystery System.

It appears Moses first preached his adaptation of Akhnaton's religion to his people, the Egyptians, and found few followers.” He then turned to the Hebrews who were more receptive especially after Moses had killed one of his own, (an Egyptian), in defense of a Hebrew.

Moses, at a little over the age of 47, ran away from his father, Pharaoh Seti I, for committing murder. His brother Aaron ran away with him because he was charged with stealing from the Pharaoh's treasury.

Moses met Deborah while on the run, and it seems Deborah said confidently, pointing to Moses: 'that Egyptian.' There was nothing in Moses' make up to suggest he was a Hebrew. He was not wearing any special clothes, nor did he have a beard.

He looked like any other African Egyptian brother, Deborah was familiar with. Moses escaped to

the Midianites on one of the Sinai hills, for succour, protection, and witchcraft powers, against his imaginary pursuers. Midianites were Africans from Ethiopia, worshipping a number of

Deities or Gods, the principal one being El Elyon, or what the Bible claims to be Lucifer. The Midianites' brought El Elyon's cult into being, and Jethro, the chief priest, was considered to have immense spiritual powers because of his awesome cult.

Moses ended up spending some 20 years in the desert with Jethro, who initiated Moses into his

cult, and gave Moses one of his daughters in marriage. The marriage was blessed with two children. All three, (wife, two sons), are lost to Jewish history because they did not fit into later Jewish religious politics.

Some religious historians' argument, that Aaron and Mariam's objection to Moses' Ethiopian wife was one of colour, is wrong. There was no colour prejudice as a culture until the White race invented it at the Council of Nicaea in 325 CE, to launch their selfish, deceitful religion, and eventually justify their slave trade and the colonization of Africans.

Besides, the Hebrews at that time were Africans. Mariam's objection was obviously a national or tribal one, the same as exists today among some West African ethnic groups. Moses' spiritual skills, which he first learnt as a Pharaoh in training, or Prince of Egypt, (Acts 7:22), was reinforced by the teachings of his father-in-law.

Jethro honed Moses' witchcraft skills. Moses saw a chance to use the Midianites' cult, as a political and spiritual rallying point to build his religious followership, and take his revenge on Egypt, for deriding his earlier religious teachings, and turning him into a refugee and murder outcast, on the run. Moses adopted or was adopted by one of the junior deities of the Midianites.

Moses himself claimed that his Midianite deity gave his name as YHWH pronounced as Yahweh, and that El Elyon, the chief of the Midianites (Canaanites) deities, which the Bible says is the Devil or Lucifer, was the father of Yahweh and therefore superior to Yahweh. Moses said,

it was El Elyon, who divided the nations of the earth among his children or sons or gods, and that the nation allotted by El Elyon, to his son Yahweh, was Israel.

Give ear O heavens, and I will speak and let the earth hear the words of my mouth. Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations, ask your father and he will show you, your elders, and they will tell you. When El Elyon, the Most High, gave to the nations their inheritance. When he separated the sons of men he fixed the bounds of the peoples, according to the number of the sons of God.

For, Yahweh's portion is his people, Jacob (Israel) his allotted heritage. On the eve of the Hebrews' departure from Egypt, after failing to overwhelm the Pharaoh with a series of plagues, including the killing of every first born of men and animals, (Exodus Chapters 7-11), Yahweh

through Moses ordered the Hebrews to slaughter innocent babies, old

men and women, found in the captured city.
Do not “spare them, but kill both man and woman, infant, and suckling,” (I Sam, 15:3). Here

are the details of what the devil's witchcraft did to our (African) ancestors.

Moses fought his father, Pharaoh Seti I of Egypt, with witchcraft. Moses' kabbalism, (or witchcraft skill), was put into effect in the name of Yahweh. Yahweh sent Black Egypt a plague of blood. “…He struck the water of the Nile, and all the water was changed into blood.

The fish in the Nile died and the river smelled so bad that the Egyptians could not drink its water. Blood was everywhere in Egypt,” Exodus 7:20,21. Then he sent plagues of frogs, Exodus 8:6; gnats, Exodus 8:16; swarms of flies… 'I will make a distinction between my people and your people,' Yahweh said, Exodus 8:22,24; '…. livestock on the field……….your horses and donkeys and camels and cattle, sheep and goat' (whatever the animals did to upset this tribal

God), 'I will make a distinction…… that no animal belonging to the Israelites will die.' Exodus 9:4. Yahweh plagued Africans with boils… that were on them and on all the Egyptians, Exodus 9:10. “………by now I could have struck you with a plague that would wipe you off the

earth……to show you my power… (I wonder if the 'Universal' God needed to boast about showing his power). …….by this time tomorrow I will send the worst hailstorm that has ever fallen on Egypt.” Exodus 9:13-19. So Yahweh sent the plagues of locust, Exodus 10:13; of

darkness, Exodus 10:21 and finally of firstborn, Exodus 11:5. The true 'Universal' God of Creation would not have been so vindictive and merciless against his own creation.

Crafting of the Jewish Kabbalah.
Like all the other manipulations in the Bible, Moses skillfully modified Akhnaton's monotheism to fit the Hebrew people by pledging the Hebrews to one deity or god alone. According to Doris Darkwah, “after Moses gave the Hebrew people an African religion; he then created a history of his followers in retrospect, drawing more on Egyptian and Babylonian myths than from any sort of fact.

He had Abraham predicting events he could not have possibly known, such as the 400-years stay in Egypt… Finally, Moses gave the Hebrews credit for African customs, some quite ancient. One classic example was the adoption of the rite of circumcision, an Egyptian custom, thousands of years old by Moses' day.

Bodies of Egyptian mummies found in recent times in what were prehistoric cemeteries gave evidence of such a custom. In addition, the actual operation was depicted in a drawing

found on an Egyptian tomb, which existed between 2700-2800 BCE at Memphis.”

Some of the many laws that the indigenous Africans had written and obeyed thousands of years before Abraham entered Egypt, became the Decalogue or Ten Commandments, (Exodus 20; Deuteronomy 5).

Moses adopted his Ten Commandments from Goddess Ma'at's “Negative Confessions,” and lied that God handed the laws down to him on Mount Sinai after the Exodus, (Exodus XX: 1-17). Which God? Yahweh is not recognized as the universal God by the Jews.

Yahweh is Kether, an attribute of En-Sof in Judaism. Other African customs borrowed by the Hebrews include, according to Doris Darkwah: “transference of sins to a scapegoat, usually an animal; not eating pig, considering it unclean, but on the other hand using it in religious rites, implying some sanctity of the animal; the Passover Feast which was really an old African custom, connected with the celebration of the Spring Equinox, and passing over of the Sun from

South to North of the equator; libations or sacrificial drinking such as in the Sabbath Evening Service by the Rabbi, which is a traditional African practice dating back, thousands of years.

In African ceremonies, it marks the start and completion of certain rituals; the sacrifice of the 'first male lamb' was an ancient African ceremonial tradition (particularly in Egypt), for 'cleansing the soul,' thousands of years before Moses was born.”

Moses leads the Hebrews out of Egypt to another land taken from Africans.

The myth about the parting of waters to facilitate a groups' escape is distorted from some ancient African myths and writing. The African Sun god Bacchus had a magic rod, which could change into a snake and could be used to draw water from a rock as well. He crossed the Red Sea without getting wet, and divided the waters of the Rivers Orontes and Hydaspus, by the touch of his rod, and crossed both dry-footed.

According to Raphael Petal, in his book, Tents of Jacob: “The Biblical myth served two basic functions: to validate the idea of the Hebrews having the right to possess the land of Israel. The other was to show that whatever adversities, (i.e. famine, quarrels between brothers, involuntary servitude), forced them to leave the land of Canaan or Palestine, to live in a land of dispersion, such as Egypt, or Babylon, they longed to return to the 'Promised land,' and usually did.''

Yahweh claimed to hate the Amorites, Philistines, Canaanites, Jebusites, (all Blacks), and Hittites (Whites), and the rest of mankind, and threatened to wipe them off the face of the earth so as to give their land to his children, the Israelites.

The Israelites were not a tribe. They were only held together by the promise of

inheriting their own land and an adapted Egyptian religion. To be an Israelite, you have to be a Jew. It is a religion and until Hitler's pogrom against them, Israelites were not an ethnic or political group; Hitler turned them into a tribe.

The Exodus story is therefore not about race. The curse by the Hebrew god Yahweh arose principally from Noah and his three sons' fictional myth. Africans are the ancestors of mankind. Chaldean origin was Ethiopian and Black; therefore, the White mythical Noah and his three

sons, Shem, Ham and Japheth, could only have been Black.

Ham turned White, as did all the cursed in the Bible: Gahazi, Eljahas, Greedy servants: Kings 11: 5, 27), when he uncovered and sodomized his father (Genesis 9: 22, 24). Hams' White children still revel in homosexuality today.

By the way, Noah's flood did not disrupt civilization, and the walls of Jericho fell long before the Israelites got there. In any case, Israelites were Black at the time. Tacitus the Roman historian of 90 CE said that the Romans of his day popularly believed that the Jews who then abounded in Europe, came from Egypt, the land of the Blacks. The Bible classes the Ethiopians and the Jews together: “Are ye not as the children of Ethiopia unto me, O children of Israel, saith the Lord.”

Chaldea, the land in which the Jews originated, was also Black land. Abraham came from Ur of the Chaldees (Gen. 11, 31). Godfrey Higgins confirms in his book that the Chaldees at that point in history were Negroes. The Israelites were running away from African Egypt to an African fringe country, Palestine, and imagined that the Egyptians they were wishing dead were pursuing them.

Such stories are pure fantasies, which all disadvantaged people indulge in to try to

overcome, bear, minimize, psychological trauma, or ameliorate sufferings and pains of the moment. It is a temporary mental blocking out of experience or experiences mechanism. They are mere escape valves or transient mental respite.

Indulging in daydream is the harmless opium of the weak and oppressed against the strong. Several future myths are being spawned right now, around the world, by for example, the victims of racism wishing God to come down a ladder from heaven to intervene on their behalf by dealing ruthlessly with the architects and perpetrators of racism.

Then transport them (the victims), to some make-believe world of bliss or paradise, without

racism or pains, in other words, to the 'Promised Land.' This is what prayers are about.

To an offence by the Hebrews in the wilderness, Yahweh threatened: “Let me alone that my wrath may burn hot against them, and I may consume them, (Exodus 32:10). Moses begged him not to, because Egypt would use it to mock him.

He changed his mind and allowed peace to reign until his children were discouraged by the report of the spies sent to survey the land promised them. Yahweh threatened again to kill all the Hebrews in the wilderness. Moses again persuaded him against the action, like one would do to a five-year-old child.

“Now if thou does kill this people as one man, then the nations who have heard thy name will say, because the Lord was unable to bring this people into the land he swore to give to them, therefore he has slain them in the wilderness, (Numbers 14:15).

When Moses himself annoyed Yahweh by striking the rock two times rather than speak to get water as Yahweh had instructed, there was no one to intervene for Moses this time. Yahweh vowed he would only allow Moses to see the 'Promised Land' with his eyes from a distance and not to enter it. People saw him die but could not account for his body.

After Yahweh killed Moses and apparently appropriated his body for his extraterrestrial race experiments, General Joshua took charge and led the Exodus from about 1220 BCE.

Only 2 original Egyptian Jews out of the over 3 million that left Egypt with Moses arrived in 1190 BCE, with the Jews born en-route, to the 'Promised land,' Palestine was named after the former conquerors of the land, Philistines. Joshua divided the land among the 12 tribes of Israel.

***NAIWU OSAHON, Hon. Khu Mkuu (Leader) World Pan-African Movement); Spiritual Prince of the African race; MSc. (Salford); Dip.M.S; G.I.P.M; Dip.I.A (Liv.); D. Inst. M; G. Inst. M; G.I.W.M; A.M.N.I.M. Poet, Author of the magnum opus: 'The end of knowledge'. One of the world's leading authors of children's books; Awarded; key to the city of Memphis, Tennessee, USA; Honourary Councilmanship, Memphis City Council; Honourary Citizenship, County of Shelby; Honourary Commissionership, County of Shelby, Tennessee; and a silver shield trophy by Morehouse College, USA, for activities to unite and uplift the African race.

Naiwu Osahon: Sage of the New World Order, renowned author, philosopher of science, mystique, spiritual Prince of the African race, leader of the world Pan-African Movement.***