Black Egyptians, the Descendants of Ham

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Rabbi Yuda ben Simon in a Midrashic text: Abraham says to his wife Sarah, “Now we are about to enter a place (Egypt) of ugly and black people”

In a Midrash: “The black people will come out of Egypt, Kush will stretch its hands to God”

Church Father Theodore of Mopsuestia says above the Shulamite bride in the ‘Song of Songs’: “She was black like all the Egyptians and Ethiopians.”

Church Father Origen Adamantius says of the Egyptians: “They are the discolored (black) posterity of Ham”


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5 thoughts on “Black Egyptians, the Descendants of Ham”

  1. AMOS 9:7
    “Are not you Israelites the same to Me as the Cushites?” declares The Lord.
    “Did I not bring Israel up from Egypt, the Philistines from Caphtor and the Arameans from Kir?”

    Yes I indeed, Ethiopia=the foundation of humanity.
    As it was in the beginning so shall it be in the end.
    Give thanks and praise!

  2. Cheers…

    Is it possible to have references, and where possible for the future for every article to be referenced? So for those who should choose to do so they can check the sources for themselves and possibly go on to undertake further research.

    Ras-pect!

  3. I finf it hard to believe black people came from ham. The nastiness tham ham is accused of still practiced by whites today. Whites like to project the negative image of themselves onto black people and others depending on who is the majority in their captive land.

  4. In the Image of Blacks in Western Art Harvard is doing in partnership with the Root the “slave” featured with the flowers is the same person featured in another painting online with the mulattoes women and he’s placing a pearl bracelet on her wrist. Now what are the chances that someone would paint a servant in twice like this? In both pieces he is dressed like a person of distinction. Check it out.

  5. This was what Queen AMMAA told the four Kings of Arewa sons of AKA-ZAMA son of ARY, when they returned back from Daura where they received each one a crown;

    – Kassala the elder was crowned Kona (GABI Ta Dodo);
    – Salma was crowned Sarkin Arewa (King of Arewa);
    – Bizo was crowned Sarkin Ruahi ( King of lower lands);
    – Munzaka was crowned Sarkin Tudu (King of highlands)

    You have to respect our 7 sacred rules of Yan Kassa (sons of the Earth/Land. The same “Yan” used in Yan-nassari for white people in ancient Egypt ).
    Queen Ammaa address to them in this speech:

    “From today, it is forbidden for you;

    – To lie! Whoever lie, will loose the usage of his tongue;

    – To use the property of someone which is not yours! if you do so, you will loose your sight(become blind). Have in your mind that adultry( fornication) is part of theft in the rules that guide our life of Yan kassa, So, go far from it as you can!

    – To betray the confidence placed onto you! If it happens to you to fall in the trap of betrayal, wait to see your end (death) in extreme misery;

    – To slander or to speak ill of. Say, every time and wherever you are, whith up voice what you think and don’t get inside what doesn’t concern you!

    – To beg whatsoever from whosoever! and that in any situation that you will find yoursel! Your ancestor, BAURA Bagazaza had said: ” If you are hungry and you find any thing to eat, so, eat the “hunger” because it is eatable”. (It is a call for resignation to and endurance).

    – To envy others! obligation is upon you to content yourself with what you gain from the sweat of you forehead, if not, you live without honnor and glory!

    – To want harm to someone! who-so-ever want to harm you will be exposed to all forms of maledictions. But, if it happens to you to harm someone(unjustly), our JINNS (invisible creatures) will hold it against you at the point to punish you by making you to become the slaves of your own slaves.

    From today, you have the duty to put in application these 7 sacred rules of conduct, to teach them among your irrespective members of your community and above all, to see that these rules are respected by all in the entire kingdom.
    If you, your subjects ( slaves) and your descendants respect these rules, no community in this world can dominate you. If in contrary you neglect them, the “FORCES” that protect you, will neglect you in return”.

    From the book ” Chronique des Kwanawa” of Dan Galadima Issa-Danni Soumana , l’Harmattan

    This about a Hausa community in Arewa (Niger Republic)

    These are the Seven(7) Sacred rules of Yan Kassa adviced by Queen AMMAA which may be compared to the Seven Principles of MAAT/MAA of ancient Egypt. All of them, I think; are rules of conduct……But I don’t know if they match each other.

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