Hebrew Israelite Identity Lesson V

REPOST -from the Desk of Brother Yachacad Sarad


Rameses III was AN ISRAELITE by blood, not an Egyptian; this is why his yDNA is E-M2 (E1B1A). ANY person in Egypt who carried E1B1A was not an Egyptian, but an Israelite; this is where the Shepherd Kings come in.

Rameses II was sterile. He commissioned an Israelite man to donate the sperm that would be responsible for the birth of Rameses III.

“History bares witness to the fact that there was strong intermingling between the Egyptians of Ramses III’s reign and the Israelites comprising the majority of the population. This fact would explain why the haplogroup E gene would NO LONGER be found in Egypt AFTER the Israelite Exodus. Moreover, the E1b1a gene is patrilineal which means it is passed from father to son. The Bible also records that the seed of a man is passed from a father to his children and so it is the father’s lineage that determines the nation and bloodline the children belong to—not the mother’s. For this reason the biblical record always lists lineages from father to son and significant women in the record are almost never mentioned without also mentioning who their father was.

Therefore, if the sub-Saharan Negro’s share the same patrilineal DNA as the Pharaoh Rameses, and both the Negroes that left Egypt and Rameses III are associated with the Hyksos Israelites i.e. Shepherd Kings, then it becomes clear that the sub-Saharan Negros are actually the people written of in the Holy Bible. The relocation of this patrilineal gene (Haplogroup E) from Egypt into sub-Saharan Africa supports the records of the Hebrew Israelites as well as the indigenous traditions of various West African Negro tribal origins.

“In human genetics, Haplogroup E-V38 is a human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup. It is the phylogenetic term for the series of unique sequence variants on the human Y-chromosome. It is often found in African males and their descendants and is heritably passed in lineage from father to son. Geneticists study these variants in populations to find the evolutionary lineage to a common male human ancestor. It can also be referred to in phylogenetic nomenclature by names such as E1b1a (although the exact definition of phylogenetic names can vary over time)… E-V38 has two basal branches, E-M329 and E-M2, the former is almost exclusively found in Ethiopia, while the latter is the predominant lineage in Western Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa, North Africa and the southern parts of Eastern Africa… Much of the population that carried E-M2 retreated to southern West Africa with the drying of the Sahara. These later people migrated from Southeastern Nigeria and Cameroon to Central Africa, East Africa, and Southern Africa causing or following the Bantu expansion. According to Wood et al. (2005) and Rosa et al. (2007), such population movements from West Africa changed the pre-existing population Y chromosomal diversity in Western, Central, Southern and southern East Africa, replacing the previous haplogroups frequencies in these areas with the now dominant E1b1a1 lineages.” – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_E-V38

““A big expansion of peoples throughout Sub-Saharan Africa occurred after the introduction of agriculture 5,000 years ago. During the Bantu expansion people carrying Haplogroup E(not including E1b1b) lineages dispersed across much of Sub-Saharan Africa from their homeland near the border between Nigeria and Cameroon. The haplogroup most often associated with this expansion is E1b1a, which constitutes up to 48% of the African male gene pool. The presence of E1b1a lineages outside Africa can typically be associated with events that occurred after the Bantu Expansion, such as the trade in African slaves or the Moorish occupation of Iberia.” – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_admixture_in_Europe

“Not only do many old West African traditions and modern historical scholarship concur, that modern West African populations, which migrated come from ancient Egypt, but DNA evidence also seems to indubitably support the previous perspective. Moreover, it is important to note that the map of Africa showing the frequency of the E1b1a gene in comparison with the Bantu expansion map demonstrates that after the expulsion of the Hyksos and the following Exodus of the Israelites, the presence of E1b1a almost COMPLETELY LEAVES Egypt and appears in Bantu Israelite areas. Although the Bantu Negroes may physically look like the Hamitic ancient Egyptians or their Hamitic cousins, the Cushite Ethiopians, the Negroes possess a different bloodline.”

Please read these exerpts as referenced from:https://arianasiresearch.wordpress.com/…/the-bantu…/

Shalawam mashpachaa!!!


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