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The first Dominion of the Kingdom of Zion

March 2024 in the wilderness of Babylon will be an Israelite History Month: A month of unparalleled historic achievements. It will usher in the Hebrew new year: the Year for the creation of a new Israel.

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For centuries, the West has held a position of power and influence in the world, shaping politics, economics, and culture. However, there has been a noticeable decline in Western dominance in recent times. The United States, once regarded as the world’s sole superpower, is now facing a more multipolar world. And western leaders are confronted with the reality that their kingdom is on a sharp decline.

Western ideals and institutions, such as democracy and humanism, are no longer seen as superior. Cultural shifts and changing narratives  have emerged from the rise of  global interconnectedness and cultural diversity. Non-Western cultures are gaining visibility and influence through technology, social media, and globalization empowering alternative perspectives. This shift in global values and norms bears significant implications for the future.

Western nations are grappling with internal issues that undermine their global standing. Political polarization, economic inequality, and social unrest are eroding social cohesion and undermining the ability of Western countries to act cohesively on the international stage. These internal divisions present opportunities for other nations to rise to prominence.

Injustice is unsustainable. After more than 400 years in captivity Pharaoh has refused to let us go and has used unjust laws and government policies to keep us at the bottom of society. God has seen the affliction, heard the people’s cries and remembered the Covenant.

Like us, our Forefathers found themselves in the wilderness after fleeing slavery in Egypt. Their journey through the wilderness would test their faith, loyalty, and resilience. Led by Moses, they relied on divine guidance as they navigated their way through a harsh and unforgiving landscape. Throughout their time in the wilderness, the Israelites were shaped into a nation and prepared for their ultimate destination, the promised land of Canaan.

The process of forming the Israelites into a nation required immense patience, teaching, and discipline. One of the key moments in this formation was the giving of the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai. This Covenant between God and the Israelites emphasized the importance of moral and ethical behavior. The Commandments provided a set of guidelines and principles to govern their conduct as a nation.

In addition to the spiritual and moral teachings, God also established social and civil laws through Moses. These laws covered various aspects of daily life, including family relationships, property rights, justice, and welfare. The purpose of these laws was to create a just society that reflected the values and principles of God.

It is important to note that the fall of Western dominance does not mean the end of Western influence. Western countries still hold significant economic and military power, and Western ideas continue to influence global discourse. However, the traditional world order is being redefined in the 21st century by the establishment of the Kingdom. The first Dominion will be with the daughter of Jerusalem here in America.

The United States will seek opportunities for mutual collaboration and cooperation with our emerging economy, recognizing that economic interdependence is a key driver of global stability and prosperity. Furthermore, the fall of Western dominance calls for a reexamination of cultural diplomacy and communication.

As Western countries navigate this new landscape, they must adapt and form new alliances with us  to collaborate in the renegotiation of global governance structures.

We have officially embarked on our Journey through the Jungle. This expedition is our opportunity to embody and exemplify the Wisdom of God on a world stage. A once-in-a-lifetime chance to show what we are: the Children of God.

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A Highway of holiness in the Wilderness

This Black History Month of the Gregorian year 2024 inaugurates the Year of Recompences in Israel. A time for judgement of the House of Israel as well as national reconciliation and prosperity.

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Modern "Egyptians" are Turkmen

Cover Photo: Turkic man and woman from Turkmenistan, physically identical to the modern “Egyptian” or Turkmen occupying Egypt today. (Credit: Turkmen, October 2008, © Gerhard Huber)

Most of Egypt’s current population are descendants of the Ottoman Empire. These “White” colonizers ruled over Egypt– and the entire region referred to as the Middle East– for hundreds of years. They speak Arabic because their official religion was Islam, but they are not Arabs. Their empire was only recently dissolved following World War I (WWI), c. 1922 A.D. However, not before the repopulation of Egypt and surrounding areas with millions of their offspring and pushing the native Black races off of their ancestral homelands. These Turkmen have zero connection to the ancient civilizations of the Middle East region, including that of pharaonic Egypt.

Further Reading:

Ezzat, D. A. (2020). Pharaonic or Ottoman in Modern Egyptian Culture: Consequences of Immigration. Journal of Social Sciences16(1), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.3844/jssp.2020.1.16

Turkic Domination of Egypt

Video Credit: The Rise and Fall of the Ottoman Empire by History on Maps. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNZqwfCT5Zg. Used for educational purposes. For copyright communications, contact us.

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Egyptians are Hamites

Cover Photo: Turkic man from Turkmenistan, physically identical to the modern “Egyptian” or Turkmen occupying Egypt today. (Credit: Turkmen, October 2008, © Gerhard Huber)

Although the face of Egypt has become “White”, that is the face of the colonizer. All of the original inhabitants of Africa– including Egypt and Israel/Canaanland were dark races, from Shem (Forefather of the Biblical Hebrews), and from Ham (Forefather of the Egyptians). White “Egyptians” are mostly descendants of Turkic invaders, whose Forefather is Japheth. 

Further Reading:

Kirwan, L. P. “Nubia and Nubian Origins.” The Geographical Journal 140, no. 1 (1974): 43–51. https://doi.org/10.2307/1797006.

Nubian Elder on Ancestry

Video Credit: Nubians of Egypt– The Black Egyptians/Pharaohs by Henny’s World.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xRJtGauKz8&list=PLXr4NNX9UfBUdKTVTndqJY0jnkG4TEaBN&index=13. Used for educational purposes. For copyright communications, contact us.

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Nubians are the Natives

Cover Photo: Two young Nubian girls of the Hamitic bloodline though they look very similar to Israelites of the Shemitic Bloodline. (Credit: Nubian children, January 2009, © Gizelle Paré)

Nubians are Nilotic Hamites (i.e. “Black” Africans) whose ancestors founded ancient Egypt. They live in their own region of Egypt known as Aswan, where they have been driven by “White” colonizers. They are the true descendants of pharaonic Egypt despite centuries of cultural appropriation and ethnic cleansing by “White” foreigners.

Further Reading:

Gilmore, Christine, and كرستين جلمور. “‘A Minor Literature in a Major Voice’: Narrating Nubian Identity in Contemporary Egypt /ﺃﺩﺏ » مهمش ذو صوت مركزي »: قص الهوية النوبية في مصر المعاصرة.” Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, no. 35 (2015): 52–74. http://www.jstor.org/stable/24772811.

Real Egyptians are "Black"

Video Credit: Egyptians are African Nubian (Black People) by African Holocaust Society. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvJ0F299kFQ&t=21s. Used for educational purposes. For copyright communications, contact us.

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Nilotic Peoples

Cover Photo: African dance group of Nilotic Hamites (Nuer people) at Brisbane festival. Dancers could easily blend into a crowd of Biblical Hebrews, and vice-versa.   (Credit: African dance group, July 2015, © SCCART)

Ancient Egypt was founded by indigenous inhabitants of the Nile region known as Nilotes. There are a lot of different tribes that belong to this people group, such as Beir, Nuer, and Anuak. Though they have distinct cultures and customs, all Nilotes are Black. They have high skin pigmentation that can safely enjoy Nilotic sun rays without sunblock or garments that shield them from the sun.  Some of them look very similar to other Black races, including the Biblical Hebrews. An example is the Nuer people. 

Further Reading:

Jackson, H. C. “THE NUER OF THE UPPER NILE PROVINCE.” Sudan Notes and Records 6, no. 1 (1923): 59–107. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41715610.

Nuer Dance Celebration

Video Credit: Nuer Dance Group Brisbane by Rootz Studio.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6zMacitWU8. Used for educational purposes. For copyright communications, contact us.

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Timeline

The Timeline of Israelitish history is divided into three timeframes: “Pre-history” (before the Nation of Israel was formed); “Ancient History” (after the Nation was formed, but before the Transatlantic Slavetrade); and “Modern History” (from the Transatlantic Slavetrade to the present). Visit Hebrew Heritage Blog to learn more.