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I have found the first portion of this book to be spiritually power pack. However, we are about to go into the final portion of this book, which I would like to call the “M I,” short for my imagination. Now before I bring you into the M I, there are a few historical facts that I must go over with you seeing that we are about to go back in time. We are going to a place that the “M I” has been seeking to prove exist. A place that has been erased out of history books, but not out of the blood that has kept me alive. I can feel a people calling me to a land that I do not know, a place that I can’t find yet.
I come from a people of “DOMINANT SURVIVORS,” against all odds we are still a nation up and coming, strengthened by the grace of Almighty God. Now before we move into the M I, we must take a look back at history. We don’t have to go deep into the lives of every person, because I’m sure you went to school and received your high school diploma.
Our history covers people such as Martin Luther king Junior, peaceful civil rights leader. Malcolm X, obtain your God given rights by any means necessary leader. Malcolm Little, who was
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born May 19 1925, said these words, we can’t think of unity with others until after we first have unity among ourselves. Thurgood Marshall, Supreme Court Judge. Booker T. Washington, who once said it is at the bottom of life we must begin and not at the top. Sojourner Truth, freed slave, who became deeply religious and was one of the most effective woman abolitionist. Frederick Douglass was a key abolitionist before and during the Civil War. By his influence, the U.S. Army formed collared regiments such as the Fourth U.S. Colored Infantry and the 54th Massachusetts Infantry. The movie “Glory” was based on the 54th Massachusetts Infantry. William Edward Burghart Dubois, one of the founders of the NAACP, at 93 years old, dissatisfied with progress in the U.S. moved to Africa.
This idea of moving back to Africa is known as Pan- Africanism. In 1815, Paul Cuffe set up a colony for freed African American slaves to go live in Sierra Leone, the movement had begun. In 1822, president James Monroe help negotiate the establishment of Liberia for the resettlement of slaves. Some 1,400 freed slaves relocated to this world recognize independent nation. However, there was no spokesman for Pan-Africanism, like the Provisional President of Africa, Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Mr. Garvey was born in 1887 on the Island of Jamaica. The words “Black is Beautiful” come from the message of black pride that Marcus Garvey spoke to all that encountered him. Both my parents, like Marcus Garvey, were born in Jamaica. My mother and father are both from Kingston.
Jamaica was a slave island of the Spanish in the 1500s, it produced sugar. From the very beginning, these slaves in Jamaica
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fled their Spanish owners and were known as “Maroons.” In 1655, the English took Jamaica from the Spanish, but had to fight these Maroons for more than 75 years. In 1739, a peace treaty was signed, giving the Maroons their independence. These “Dominant Survivors” fought off two strong nations. However, slavery did not come to an end on the island until 1838, 100 years after the Maroons received their peace treaty.
On August 6, 1962, Jamaica won its independence from England. Today Jamaica is still free, it is not a wealthy country, but it is rich in culture and people. Like Marcus Garvey, many Jamaicans were Pan Africanist, but the Garvey movement came to a halt when the powers that be went after its leader. Mr. Garvey was jailed on mail fraud, and his U.S. influence declined dramatically. What would our world be like if the Pan Africanist movement would have truly been implemented by our fathers? Would we, as a people, have the unity that Malcolm X said we needed among ourselves? Would we be able to have peace and unity with the rest of the world? Would Africa benefit from our migration back to our homeland? I would truly like to put a yes answer to all these questions. We have people of every profession in the world at our disposal. Africa, as a whole, would definitely receive a benefit in its suffering medical field and agricultural systems. The benefit of reinvestment and migration are incalculable, because I believe that our Almighty God will give the increase.
As I think about this concept of Pan-Africanism, I realize that the hardest part to this puzzle would be where to migrate to. Just because we want to go does not mean that our brothers and sisters in Africa want us there. Can we blame them if they didn’t?
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Look how we treat each other here in America? Would we be just creating another killing field, or another ghetto? Why should they trust any of us to settle in Africa? They shouldn’t, but they should believe in the call for a better life. They should believe that our combined efforts can and will lead to a stronger African continent for their descendants and ours. They should believe that all things are in our reach, and we have a world committed to give it to us. So our African brothers and sisters don’t have to trust us, but they do have to believe in our motives. Trust only in the Lord God Almighty, for he is the author and the finisher of all things. I believe that in today’s world that concept of Pan-Africanism is guaranteed to be successful, depending on location.
During the effort of the early 1800s, freed slaves were brought to that African west coast, because it is the area that most slaves came from. Believe it or not, most slaves were sold by their brothers to slavers. With the growth in Africa of the Muslim nation, Africans that did not convert to Islam were either killed or sold into slavery. Villages and tribes turned on each other and helped enslave each other. The selling and buying of slaves was the primary function of the Colombian exchange. They had names for the slave, depending on where they were taken from. The Asante, Fante, Fulani, Ibibio, Hausa and, of course, the Mandingo.
There is no way of telling where we are all from, so let’s not tried to. Instead, let’s look to how we could best help our African continent emerge to the position it once held in the M I. A position where we had dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air and over every living thing that moved
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upon the earth. A position where we are fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth and subdue it. A position decreed by Almighty God. I personally believe that this position can be reached with our return starting in the land of “Ethiopia.” It is our beginning, past, and present, as I will show you in the M I.
Ethiopia is the home of the Dominant Survivor. Prior to World War II, no European army was able to invade, and defeat Ethiopia. The Roman army has been called the greatest army on earth, yet we have not one story of the Great Roman Army conquering Ethiopia. In 1935, when the fascist Mussolini began building his Roman Empire, his first act was to make a name for himself. He set out to do what no Roman leader had accomplished, conquering Ethiopia. In June 1936, Ethiopia had fallen. It took Mussolini more than six months to defeat an army that had no air support or modern weapons. This would not have been done before the invention of the gun. Europe first received the gun around the 1400s, and from then until the late 1800s, Europeans made settlements throughout Africa, as they did in America. Ethiopia was the last independent country on the continent of Africa. Liberia was given its independence, meaning it had already been conquered. Mussolini had defeated the Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, who after receiving no help, spoke these words to the United States, and the League of Nations, “It is us today, it will be you tomorrow.”
Since coming to jail, I have been told that this same Ethiopian Emperor, Haile Selassie, is the direct descendant of the Great King Solomon, son of King David. If you turned your Bible to 1 Kings 10:1-13, you will see that it tells the story of a queen from
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Sheba coming to Solomon and testing him. This queen stayed days and nights with King Solomon in his royal palace. The queen gave King Solomon all kinds of gifts from her kingdom. I believe that this queen that had no king laid with King Solomon and conceived a son.
First Kings 10: 13: and King Solomon gave unto the Queen of Sheba all her desire.
This Queen did not desire gold, diamonds or anything material. I know this because of the gifts that she gave King Solomon. I believe that her desire was a child from Solomon, the bloodline of Emperor Haile Selassie, as I was told. This story should not be hard to believe. After this African Queen, King Solomon was turned out on women. He acquired 700 wives and 300 concubines. This story is accepted as true in the M I. Emperor Haile Selassie is of the bloodline of the Great King Solomon, son of King David.
Years after the invasion, Emperor Haile Selassie made this statement.
We can never forget the help Ethiopia received from Negro- Americans during the terrible crisis... It moved me to know that Americans of African descent did not abandon their embattled brothers, but stood by us.
I feel proud to know all of the facts that we have just covered, but most importantly that African Americans did not sit and watch their Ethiopian Brothers die.
Every black man in every nation of the world has wondered how our ancient Ethiopian civilization began, and the events in time that have brought it to its present status. There have been times
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when our Heavenly Father had to demonstrate his awesomeness by turning the powerful of the earth into the weak. The armies of the Assyrians, the Persians and the Babylonians were all used to accomplish his will within the lives of a rebellious Jewish nation. During these times, Ethiopia was an ally of the Jewish nation, and our Almighty God delivered them both into the hands of these armies. These three armies each ruled the world at different periods from 800 BC until the rise of the Roman Empire.
Second Chron. 36: 23: thus saith King Cyrus of Persia, all the kingdoms of the earth has the Lord God of Heaven given me. King Cyrus had defeated Babylon in 537 BC, starting the
Persian Empire. During his reign, King Cyrus knew it was by the will of God that he controlled the world. However, Persians were not the first to take Egypt and Ethiopia captive. Isaiah 20:1- 5 tells of the doom that was to come to Egypt and Ethiopia at the hands of the Assyrians, which was the first nation to take Ethiopia and Egypt captive at the same time. The Prophet Isaiah walked around naked and barefoot for three years in demonstration of how the Egyptians and the Ethiopians would be led away captive to Assyria. However, both Assyria and Persia had nothing on the Great King Nebuchadnezzar.
This king made Babylon one of the richest cities in the world. He also had the Hanging Garden made, which was so spectacular that it is listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. There was nothing that God did not blessed King Nebuchadnezzar with. The Empire of Babylon was so huge, that all of the Kings’ royal decrees had to be written in every language on earth. Nebuchadnezzar was Almighty God servant of punishment for
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the disobedient children of Israel. The Israelites were so afraid of King Nebuchadnezzar that they decided to run from him into Egypt. At the time all this was going on, there was a series of prophets that Almighty God sent to the Israelites, with his message concerning them and King Nebuchadnezzar. One of these prophets was named Jeremiah.
In Jeremiah 27, the children of Israel were told by Jeremiah of their coming captivity, and the choice of life or death to be made. Some of the Israelites saw going to Egypt as a way to escape from King Nebuchadnezzar, the servant of Almighty God. Our Almighty God sent Jeremiah with the command not to go to Egypt (Jeremiah 42: 11-19), but the Israelites did not listen and went to Egypt anyway (Jeremiah 43:7). This act of theirs pretty much sealed the end of our Ethiopian Empire. Jeremiah came to Egypt and prophesized about the word of the Lord concerning the captivity of the Israelites, that now also included the Egyptians and the Ethiopians (Jeremiah 46).
This message of captivity was also followed up by another prophet, whose name was Ezekiel. Through the voice of Ezekiel (29: 10-30: 26), we hear the same message as Jeremiah spoke, with a few additions. The word of God spoken by Ezekiel said that starting the day that Egypt goes into captivity, there will be 40 years of desolation, where no man or animal will pass through it. Ezekiel also said that the Babylonians would draw their swords against Egypt and fill the land with the slain. We were slaughtered in our own land, and those of us that lived were carried away captive. Our world had come to what seems to be its worst end, but it was not. In all that could have happened to the
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Ethiopians and Egyptians, this next verse is the one that seals us as Dominant Survivors.
Ezekiel 29: 15: it shall be the basest of the kingdoms, neither shall it exalt itself anymore above the nations, for I will diminish them, that they shall no more rule over the nations.
This verse is spoken in a perpetual manner “Everlasting.” We have only the authority to rule ourselves, but don’t get it twisted. We are not subject to anyone but Almighty God. We might not be able to rule over nations, but we can build an Ethiopian nation that guarantees the survival of all our descendants. One that is completely established in multiple international treaties and commitments of agricultural, scientific and medical research advancements. We are to be dominant in our survival, nothing should be left to chance. Who will be more dedicated to the complete establishment of the Dominant Survivor than the Dominant Survivor? It is up to you and me to set the tone for our progress. Let us do our best with all the blessings and assistance that will come into our hands by the will of our most Merciful God. Unlike the Israelites of the days of Jeremiah and Ezekiel, our trust will be in our Almighty God.
It was a lack of trust in God that started the world captivity in the first place, race and culture had nothing to do with our captivity or anyone else’s. As the world was going into the captivity of Babylon (Jeremiah 39: 16-18), Edebmelech the Ethiopian was being freed by our Almighty God, because he put his trust in God. Edebmelech believed in the words spoken by the Prophet Jeremiah, and I believe that it was by his influence that King Zedekiah spoke privately with Jeremiah. When Jeremiah
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was placed in jail, it was Edebmelech that obtained the King’s permission to bring him up out of the muddy death that had a full grip on his life. Edebmelech not only believed in the words spoken by Jeremiah, but he went out on a limb to help the man of God. Edebmelech believed and trusted in our Almighty God, but most importantly, his trust in God was most pleasing to our Master.
Do you fully trust our Almighty God? Check this out. While King Nebuchadnezzar had the world captive at his feet, he declared within himself that he made all of his prosperity happen himself. This declaration angered our Almighty God to the point that he took King Nebuchadnezzar’s mind for a period of time. When King Nebuchadnezzar’s mind was given back to him, praise and trust in the Lord God Almighty was established within him. What about you, has trust in the Lord God Almighty been established in you? Do you believe that we can build a strong lasting African continent? I do, and I’m trusting that our Almighty God will allow me to participate in this natural event, of his design for the life of the Dominant Survivor.
Psalms 68: 31: Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hand unto God.
We have a natural event coming to pass in our near future! I believe the word hands in this psalms, includes my hands on Ethiopian soil, giving my Merciful God a praise. The Psalms says Ethiopia by the way, as in a nation. There may be some Ethiopians that trust in our God, but do they trust him as a whole nation yet? It is time to fulfill this prophesy and take Ethiopia (the home of the Dominant Survivor) to its next international level of
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service in the will of our Almighty God. This level should be easy to accomplish once we have a national level of service towards our God. When we have that unity that Malcolm X once talked about, that unity of the heart, mind, body and soul, The unity that has us moving forward in all areas of concern within our blessed African continent. Don’t you know that united we stand? Separated from Almighty God, we fall. In all things, we are to trust in our Almighty God, who is the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, it is the key to permanent success. All the nations of this world have been conquered at some point in time for either disobeying God, not trusting God or not knowing God. The last century BC marks the end of the reign of the Dominant Survivor, but not the end of our lives. Our Almighty God has kept us for his purpose and plan. We are to seek a better life, while accomplishing any and every task our Master gives us to do. We were created as a unique nation of servants. We might not have an empire now, but Ethiopia was the longest reigning empire ever, as I will show you in the M I.
I want you to keep in mind that there is a method to the subjects that we are covering outside of the M I. We have covered the end of our empire in last century BC, but let’s look at our beginnings, according to the story of Noah (Genesis 6, to 10:32). Noah had three sons when he came out of the ark. Out of the three sons, it is believed that Ham is the father of Cush, a black man. Cush had a son named Nimrod, who was a mighty hunter. The beginning of Nimrod kingdom was Babel, but he also built Ninevah. In Genesis chapter 11, we see that the building in Babel displeased our Master, who in turn scattered the children of Cush
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across the earth. While they work together, we see that the sons of Cush were advanced in their thought process and ability to work together. However, some people say that this Cush is not the one that is referred to as Ethiopian. So with that, let us go to what science has to say about our beginning. In the scientific community, the time before writing was invented is called the prehistoric era. Anthropology is the study of the people that live in this vast era. In recent years, anthropologist have made astounding new discoveries, but first we will look at an old one.
Homo erectus, an almost complete skeleton of a boy, believed to be eleven years old, five foot three inches and 75 pounds was found in Kenya. Our world renowned scientists estimate that this child lived some 1.5 million years ago. There were other incomplete findings of skulls in Africa that scientists date back to 2.5 million years ago. Today is a new era in anthropology, with the advancement of DNA. In today’s world, the bones of Homo erectus have not been declared not human, it has the DNA of the people in ancient and present day Africa. If it didn’t, you would hear revise reports about its non human to link.
We are connected to a pre historic ancestor of more than a million years ago. Anthropologists have made other prehistoric findings of Hominids, a mix of human beings, apes, chimpanzees and gorillas. These Hominids are considered the earliest form of humanlike ancestors, and they existed between ten million to five million years ago. Another finding is the Ardipithecus, which lived in Ethiopia 4.4 million years ago. Scientists know little about Ardipithecus, except that like modern man, they stood and walked on two legs. Most scientists believe that human beings
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originate from Africa, and later spread to the other parts of the world. This view of human beings originating in Africa is also believe in the M I, our pre historic ancestors were all found in Africa. Not Europe or Asia, but Africa. Our human culture existed first in Africa, according to science.
However, the exact date of human beginnings is not clear, this is because anthropology is not an exact science. They have no way to certify their prehistoric theories as fact. I personally find them offensive, because they come up with European or Greek names for my Ethiopian ancestors. Do you think they will use an Asian name to describe the skeletons of a European or Greek finding? In the 1800s and 1900s, most anthropologist were nothing more than deceitful, racist, grave robbers. I hope that the profession improves during our century. I thank God that I don’t have to look to anthropology to find my beginnings.
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Iam opening the door to the M I for you right now. I need you to remember that these statements that you are about to read are all unproven facts. In my imagination, I’m an anthropologist,
because I can come to a common sense conclusion, and so can you. We will be in the M I, seeking to prove the existence of the longest lasting empire of all time. Now before we get started, I want you to remember that no matter what, nothing can separate you from the love and salvation of Almighty God, which is found in Christ Jesus. These thoughts of mine do not change the word of God in the natural, they are only unproven theories, just like anthropology.
In the beginning, God created heaven and earth, this is the message of both stories of creation. The first story of creation is written in Genesis 1:1– 2:3. The second story of creation is written in Genesis 2:4-25. It is the second story that we will be looking at in the M I. First of all, during the time of this creation, no one knows the complete extent of the Ethiopian nation. I believe it covered the land southwest of Asia and went east to the Persian Gulf.
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Genesis 2: 10-15: and a river went out of Eden to water the garden, and from thence it was parted and became into four heads. The name of the first is Pison, that it is which compasseth the whole land of Havilah where there is gold. And the gold of that land is good, there is bdellium and the onyx stone. And the name of the second river is Gihon, the same it is that compasseth the whole land of Ethiopia. And the name of the third river is Hiddekel, that is it which goeth toward’s the east of the Assyria. And the fourth river is Euphrates. And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the Garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.
This portion of the story makes it clear that the land was divided into four sections. In the M I, each of the sections is the native home of all human ancestors. One section is the home of the Aborigines, the other is the home of the Mongoloid, the third is the home of the Caucasion and the last, but not least, the Dominant Survivor of Ethiopia.
In Genesis 2: 13, it says that the river compasseth the whole land of Ethiopia. I need you to get a map that covers Europe, Asia and Africa. If you look at the continent of Africa, you see that Ethiopia is not circled by water. You also see that there is no water that runs from border to border in Ethiopia. The only way that this verse of the Holy Bible can becomes true is if you change the name of the continent of Africa back to Ethiopia. Our complete African/Ethiopian continent is surrounded by water, except for its present day Egyptian border. During the time of creation, the Egyptian border extended much further east to the Persian Gulf. From the Persian Gulf, you can sail all the way around Ethiopia to the south east border of Turkey, which would have easily been
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a border of our Ethiopian continent. Our homeland is definitely one part of this foursome, and its name is Ethiopia.
Our story of creation also tells of the creation of man from the dust of the ground, and woman from the rib of man. However in the M I, these were not the only people created by our Almighty God. Adam and Eve were the first man and woman formed by God, but not the last. Our God did not make just one kind of animal or insect. We have many species of birds, fish and cattle. So why make only one man and woman? Why wouldn’t our God also dress the other lands that the rivers divided? Well, in the M I, our Sovereign God did dress the other lands with people of his creation. Ethiopia was dressed with the ancestor or parents of Homo-erectus. We know for a fact that life had a beginning in Ethiopia more than a million years ago.
In the story of Cain, we have evidence of other people existing in the world. Adam and Eve had two sons, Cain and Abel. In Genesis 4:8-17, we have the story about the murder of Abel and the sentence of Cain. After our Almighty God punished Cain, he cried out to God with these words.
Genesis 4: 14: thou has driven me out this day from the face of the earth, and from thy face shall I be hid, and I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond in the earth, and it shall come to pass, that every one that findeth me shall slay me.
So, here we have Cain in fear of other people in his present life. The word “every” in this verse lets us know that Cain was not in fear of one, or two people. How can this fear be possible if Adam and Eve were the only two people created? Cain and Abel
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were their only children, and Abel was dead. So, we see that there had to be other people.
Genesis 4: 15: and the Lord said unto him, therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold, and the Lord set a mark upon Cain lest any find him should kill him.
Now I don’t know what that mark looked like, but I do know that our Almighty God put it there to warn “PEOPLE” not to kill Cain. Cain had a reason to fear, and our Almighty God acknowledge it and did something about it. Cain’s fear was that he would be entering a land of people that were different from him. They probably had a different language or color than he did. Cain was guaranteed to stick out as a foreigner in a land not of his origin. Our loving God put a mark on him to keep “people” from killing him. So where did these people come from, if Adam and Eve were the only man and woman created by our God?
Genesis 4: 16-17: and Cain, went out from the presence of the Lord and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden. And Cain knew his wife and she conceived.
Where did this woman come from in Nod? She came from a people that our Awesome God created, just like you and me. The story of creation does not say that God only created Adam and Eve, they are just said to be the first that he created. Genesis 4 makes it clear in the M I, that our God created more than Adam and Eve. With there being four basic ethnic groups of people, I believe that our God created at least three more individually different ethnic couples. These couples all had what they needed given to them by our Loving God. They all existed in an environment tailor made for their dominance, but none like our
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ancestors in Ethiopia. The descendants of homo-erectus had all the comforts of a blessed land. There were animals of all kinds to hunt for food and clothing. Plenty of water to build cities by, and perfect sunny days most of the year. This was an environment that could and would support the large amount of people that became the Ethiopian nation.
Ethiopians dominated the continent, there was no Nigeria, Morocco, Mozambique or Egypt in the beginning. These nations came into existence with the decline of the Ethiopian Empire that had a prehistoric beginning. There’s no way that I can tell you when it began, but I can tell you that Homo erectus was one of many people. As a matter of fact, you know the sexual nature of the black man. Even if it were only five couples 1.5 million years ago, by the time we would have counted down to the year of 750,000 BC, the population of Ethiopia would be more massive than any empire ever. Yet, not one anthropologist in the world has sought to prove the existence of this prehistoric empire. It is because of all these facts that I know one has existed in the past. All the signs that anthropologists have been looking at for decades could not have been missed by all of them. Well, so that you do not think me to be completely foolish, let’s look at the empire that came in with the decline of the Ethiopian empire. The Egyptians
The Egyptians first appear in the Bible in Genesis 12:10, with Abraham going there because of famine. Genesis 13:1-2: Abraham comes out of Egypt with more wealth than he went into Egypt with. This brief story shows us that the Egyptian empire had already begun and was establish with a pharaoh, princes and
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an army. The Egyptians had laws that governed their land, and the command of Pharaoh (its king) was the biggest part of that law. The Egyptian rise to the world most powerful empire began in a story of the Bible about Joseph. In Genesis 41, after being sold into slavery in Egypt, Joseph interpreted a dream of Pharaoh. This dream was about an upcoming famine of the world. Pharaoh being extremely pleased with Joseph, made him steward over all his kingdom. When the famine came, Joseph brought up all the animals of the land, then the land and its people. Egypt increased dramatically, its borders expanded and it obtained countless slaves for its army. By the fourth year of the famine, Ethiopia entered a treaty of service and allegiance with Egypt for food. After the famine, Egypt had 400 years of dominance over the children of Israel, and the rest of the world.
When the Israelites left Egypt, they also had the descendants of Egyptian, Ethiopian, Jewish mix with them. This famine brought together a union that is still somewhat alive today, the first interracial brotherhood of Dominant Survivors. This intermixing, however, is more apparent in the facial features of Egyptians. I say this because of the findings of our grave robbing anthropologists. King Akhenaten, King Thutmosis, King Amenhotep, King Seti and King Tutankhamun have all been paraded around the world on exhibit, without one reference to their Ethiopian features or bloodline.
All these Kings had statues of themselves made that the artist had to make to look exactly like the king, or die. They also had hieroglyphics of precise design and coloring. These Egyptians looked nothing like Yul Brenner, or Charlton Heston of the Ten
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Commandments. The paintings found in King Tut tomb have the people clothed in white, and their bodies painted brown. These are all statements from the past about Egyptian heritage. On the throne of King Tut is a carving of him being anointed with oil, his skin is that of an Ethiopian. The guardian statues that were found at the entrance of King Tut’s burial chamber are painted black. These statues, carvings and paintings were not just done for decoration. They are a declaration of an ancient time and people, much more than an exhibit of gold.
Second Chron. 12 tells the story of King Shishak of Egypt. This king had an army of 1,200 chariots, 6,000 cavalry and a people without number. The Egyptian army grew beyond what I can imagine to tell you. As large as this army was, I am sure it got larger after taking away the treasures of Jerusalem. We also see here that Ethiopians were part of this Egyptian army.
Second Chron. 14:9-15 tells of our Ethiopian ancestors also coming to fight against Israel, under the leadership of King Zerah, with a million men. This was the worst defeat to be suffered by Ethiopia in any of the ancient battles of the Bible. This loss came after the death of King Solomon, and establishes the fact that Ethiopia was still its own kingdom. The loss of a million men was not the end of the Ethiopian army because we see them being spoken of again in 2 Kings 19:9. In this verse, Ethiopia has a king and an army.
This King Tirhakah is mentioned in the Bible, but not in any of the encyclopedias or history books that I have come in contact with, and neither is King Zerah. I wonder if our anthropology students of tomorrow will want to know the whole story of
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human development, that is escaping their predecessors today. Will they be able to find the missing link that has eluded our present day grave robbers? Or, will they become fortune hunting, fame seeking grave robbers like the man that now hold the title of anthropologists today? I hope not. I hope that they apply themselves and meet the mark of human enlightenment that is still out there, waiting to be discovered. I hope that they can do a work that enhances the lives of many people by giving them a true and complete knowledge of all cultures and people. I believe this is possible and in the will of our Almighty God, but only time will tell. Now before I close, I want us to go over a few more things.
Isaiah 20: 5: and they shall be afraid and ashamed of Ethiopia their expectation.
This verse is from the last century BC, when the interracial brotherhood of Dominant Survivors was in effect. During this time, Ethiopia was still reigning champion on the battlefield. There was no infantry in the world like it. It took an act of God for them to be taken away captive. The Israelites felt let down by their Ethiopian champion and then afraid, knowing that they might be forced to fight against them. We have once again come to the Assyrians, which were the first to take the Ethiopians and Egyptians captive. This captivity marks the end of an era in the prehistoric mystery of our Ethiopian continent, but not the end of life to our Ethiopian bloodline. We are still alive.
Isa 43:3-4: for I am the Lord thy God, the Holy one of Israel, thy Savior. I gave Egypt for thy ransom, Ethiopia and Seba for thee. Since thou was precious in my sight. Thou has been honorable and I have love thee, therefore I will give men for thee, and people for thy life.
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Our God is making two statements here. One is he is faithful to his chosen people, “Israel,” and will be with them always. The second is that our Almighty God is giving up men and a people for them. Our loving God has declared Ethiopians and Egyptians as his creation, with the use of the words people and men. We’re not Ardipithecus, Australopithecus or any other form of beast. In today’s world, this racist terminology and theory should be put to the DNA test. If this theory can’t be 100 percent proven by 2020, it should be removed from our schools and put away as conjecture. We have had too many new scientific advances for this fact not to be settled once and for all. If this fact was proven, would it defeat the purpose of having this field of grave robbers that we call anthropologists? If man was proven not to come from an ape or any other form of beast, would we need these anthropologists? Unfortunately we would, because I still want to be able to read the first book about our Ethiopian beginning. I want my grandchildren and great grandchildren to know the complete history of the world, and the cultures of their ancient ancestors, the Dominant Survivors.
I wish I had more information to give you about our Ethiopian continent and its people, the Dominant Survivors.