I just wanted to respond to some of the comments made on this thread. The first thing is in order to understand history, a person must be willing to
remove the social constructs placed in our minds by the power elite.
In many cases, it not what you are told, rather it is what you are not told.
We all rely on information being given to us. But the truth is information must be sought. The power elite have no real responsibility in teaching
us the truth.
So I would like to bring some information that you may find interesting.
The disbelief of Jesus being an African maybe a hard thing to take, but there is nothing new about it.
Dreaming of a Non-White Christmas
Santa, Jesus and the Symbolism of Racial Supremacy
The African Madonna Links
Semite: A member of a group of Semitic-speaking peoples of the western Asia and northern Africa, including the Ethiopians, Babylonians, Hebrews,
Canaanites (Phoenicians), Carthaginians, Arameans and Arabs.
Note 1: The term "SEMITIC" is actually an linguistic term, not a ETHNIC or RACIAL designations. It do not refer to a RACIAL or ETHNIC group, but
rather to a language group or branch. A semite is one who speaks a semitic language. This has always been true, despite popular misuse of the terms.
Being a semitic speaking person has nothing to do with having lighter skin color.
Note 2: Ancient African languages represented a stage of linguistic development which predated the division of the languages of western Asia and
Africa into semitic and hamitic branches. These ancient African or Afro-asiatic languages actually separated around 12,000 B.C.E., the ancient African
languages was the great parent language of these two language groups or branches, ("mother tongue") from which they all descended.
Note 3: It was believed that the Semitic languages now spoken in Ethiopia arrived there from southern Arabia. However, an increasing number of
linguists now see the Semitic family started in Ethiopia and spreading from there to Southwest Asia.(Murtonen, 1967).
Arab: A member of a group of people inhabiting Arabia, in western Asia, whose language and Islamic religion spread widely throughout western Asia and
northern Africa from the seventh century. The term “Arab” does not have the same meaning as does “Italian” or “Japanese.” Rather, it is more like the
term “American," it refers to a roughly common language, geographic territory, and philosophy without a precise ethnic definition. Perhaps unlike
many other labels we use to describe each other, the term “Arab” is one that one applies to one's self rather that a label that is given by
Your Eyes - Being Aware of False Images Museum
The most disastrous aspect of colonization which you are the most
reluctant to release from your mind is their colonization of the image of God."
- Dr. Frances Cress-Welsing
Of course this is through my research, maybe you can find information that is just as interesting!