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Theology Tethers: The Whitewashed Whoring of Christianity

Visit the “Any City” Reality-Based Black Christian Church

A large burly Black man sands in the pew of a Christian Church holding a Service Hymnal in his hand. The church pews are filled with parishioners dressed in their Sunday’s finest attire including manicured diamond studded fingernails and Italian made shoes. The mixture of expensive colognes fill the air. The Sunday worship service has been called to order by Reverend Pork Chop. At that moment a male parishioner’s tongue and larynx automatically start working overtime as the song director stands before the congregation.

The man’s vocal cords tighten. His silk tie drapes his Armoi suit and tightens like a noose around his neck. The sound from his larynx gets higher and higher. As his head bobs up and down, his diamond-studded ear reflects a light prism that would blind your eyes. His lips part. All you can see are his gold tootha’s. Air is forced suddenly over his vocal cords, and the vibration produces the following words:

Whiter Than Snow (1872)

“Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.” (Psalms 51)–NOW, WHERE DID SNOW COME FROM AS MENTIONED IN THE OLD TESTAMENT? THERE WAS SNOW IN THE DESERT. There was snow in what is today known as the Middle East. There was snow at Mt. Hermon, Lebanon, snow in the Sinai, and at the Simen Range in Ethiopia.

Lord Jesus, I long to be per-fect-ly whole; I want the for-ever to live in my soul; Break down ev-ery I-dol, cast out ev-ery foe;

Chorus

Now wash my, and I shall be Whiter than snow; Whiter than snow, yes, whiter than snow; Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow (Nicholson, 428).

The only way to be perfectly whole is to wash the Black skin so that he is whiter than snow. Black skin is the foe because this Black man “longs to be perfectly whole”—which means to be whiter than snow. If he can stand there and sing that song, his silk tie has really “noosed him up!”

Note: Black skin is the foe because this Black man “longs to be perfectly whole”—which means to be whiter than snow.” In Psalm 51, King David writes “Surely I was sinful at birth, sinful from the time my mother conceived me. Surely you desire truth in the inner parts; you teach me wisdom in the inmost place. Cleanse me with hyssop, and I will be clean; wash me, and I will be whiter than snow.” The prophet Isaiah uses the phrase similarly when he stated, “Though your sins be as scarlet, they will be whiter than snow”. Here we go again with interpretations of Biblical verses.

The hymn was written in 1872 when Blacks were only considered 3/5’s of White people. Why would Black Christian church parishioners sing the hymn? The preceding hymn is just a microscopic part of the format representing the saturating subliminal and racist tools that have been beating people “up side the head” for hundreds of years. The brainwashing racist tools have come in the form of words and actions producing superficial schisms in our US White super-imposed “brotherhood of country” and “stick it together” global world.

In October 2005, The Times Online Reports Catholic Church no longer swears by truth of the Bible

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,13509-1811332,00.html

The hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church has published a teaching document instructing the faithful that some parts of the Bible are not actually true. The Catholic bishops of England, Wales and Scotland are warning their 5,000,000 worshippers, as well as others drawn to the study of scripture that they shouldn’t expect “total accuracy” from the Bible.

OH REALLY! (After the Roman Church Reconstructed the Bible to fit the needs of Rome.)

Intolerance in America is used microscopically—meaning that racism by Whites has become so minute, nobody notices the day-after-day indoctrination.

The indigenous Christianity of Egypt was established by the apostle Mark in AD 42. (Matthew 2:12-23…..Out of Egypt I named my son). After the final destruction of Jerusalem and Judea by the Romans in 135 AD, the Jerusalem church was taken over by non-Jews. From this destruction, Eusebius says: “In this way the city was closed to the Jewish Race and suffered the total destruction of its former inhabitants, it was colonized by an alien race, and the Roman city which subsequently arose changed its name in honor of the emperor then reigning” (S. Acharya 37-8).

The original Christianity of Egypt was established by the apostle Mark in AD 42 in Ethiopia (Coptic Church–Coptic Orthodox Christianity). We have been told Christianity came from Rome. Does everything come from Europe? That is what we have led to believe. Christianity as we know it today is a religious hodgepodge put together by the Council of Nicea in 325 AD. It was an endeavor to amalgamate the many religions of the Roman Empire into one. Christianity plagiarizes older myths and legends historicized to suit the Roman Catholic Church while combining the numerous religions existing at the time (Krishna, Horus, Mithraism, Osirian, Isis, and other many mystery religions). You can believe that if something has the title “mystery,” it can be linked back to Africa.

The First Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church was held in 325 on the occasion of the heresy of Arius. As early as 320 or 321 St. Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria, convoked a council at Alexandria. More than one hundred bishops from Egypt and Libya attended. The purpose of the Council was to unify the competing cults under the “Catholic” Church controlled by Constantine and Rome. The gods of the other cults were subjugated under the new god and their titles were changed to “apostles” and “saints.” Constantine was sole master of the Roman Empire (Constantine The Great 274-337).

The Bible Takes a Hit

None of the gospels–Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John was written by its purported author. Marcion was the publisher of the earliest New Testament Canon. There isn’t any NT text to be found in writings prior to the beginning of the second century of the Common Era (AD). The gospels are said to be priestly forgeries and were are not heard of until 150 AD–till Jesus had been dead nearly 120 years (Bronson Keeler, A Short History of the Bible).

The four gospels were unknown to the early Christian Fathers. Justin Martyr, the most eminent of the early Fathers, wrote: “The divinity of Christ demanded the use of these Gospels had they existed in that time.” He makes more than 300 quotations from the books of the OT and nearly 100 from the Apocryphal books of the NT, but none from the four Gospels. The names Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are never mentioned by the early Christian Church Fathers (S. Acharya, 25). There has never been any painting, engraving, sculpture of other work of antiquity furnishing evidence or existence of these gospels.

Even the Catholic Encyclopedia admits the NT has no foundation in history. No extant manuscript can be dated earlier than the 4th Century AD; and most were written later. The oldest manuscripts contradict one another.

What may account for the lack of the gospels may have been the burning of the Library of Alexandria by Constantine when 50,000 manuscripts and books were destroyed, or the Roman Church removing the ancient texts from view by the citizens of the Roman Empire. If that is the case, then one can purport nearly every thing written concerning the gospels to the year 325 and all the copies of the gospels of the same period are lost or destroyed. Very few early Christian texts exist because the originals were destroyed or “retouched” under Emperor Anastasius (506 CE AD). He included revision of the Church fathers’ works, catastrophic acts.

At The University of Alexandria in Egypt, there was an immense library founded by the Ptolemies. It was a gathering place for monks to study holy mysteries and inspired legends. The very first bishops were from Alexandria. It was the place where priests were educated and trained in the arts. It had from 500,000 – 700,000 manuscripts collected from around the world. After the Council of Nicea, Constantine ordered the destruction of the ancient texts. The Library was destroyed in 391 AD. The Christian Emperor Theophilus I wanted to hide the truth about religion. The Christian conspirators went on a rampage destroying books, temples, statues, inscriptions and other traces of previous cultures, eventually leading to immense ignorance and the virtual illiteracy of Christianity.

The Gospel of Luke

The Gospel of Luke is a compilation of dozens of 33 older manuscripts including the Gospel of the Lord. In using Marcion’s gospel, the Luke writers interpolated and removed textual matter in order to historicize the story and to Judaize Marcion’s Jesus.

Example: Marcion’s gospel speaks of Jesus coming to Nazareth. Luke adds: “where he had been brought up.” This phrase is missing from Marcion. It is a further attempt on Luke’s part to make Jesus Jewish.

Example: “The Son of Man must suffer many tings, and be put to death, and after three days rise again.” Changed: Luke 9:33, a new passage is rendered: “The Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected by the elders and the chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and on the third day be raised.

The Difference: The inclusion of Elders and the chief priests and scribes represents an attempt to make the story seem as if it happened one time in history, as opposed to the recurring theme in a savior-god cult and mystery school indicated by Marcion.

It can be proved how passage after passage has been added to the earlier gospel, in the course of manufacturing the later history. The mourning over Jerusalem (Luke xiii, 29-35) is taken verbatim from the 2nd Esdras (i. 28-33) without acknowledgement. The words previously uttered by the “Almighty Lord” are here assigned to Jesus as the original speaker (Massey, 19).

The Gospel of Mark (175 AD)

Mark has no genealogy and begins his story with John the Baptist, the hero of the Nazarenes/Mandaeans. The Gospels were changed to fit the circumstances, rather than recording history. (S., Acharya 38) Mark was written in a style of language written in Rome by a Roman convert to Christianity whose first language was Latin and not Greek, Hebrew or Aramaic. The author of Mark was not a Palestinian Jew because he “betrays in 7:31 an ignorance of Palestinian geography.”

Example: Mark 1:16: And passing along by the Sea of Galilee he saw Simon and Andrew. All agree the Sea of Galilee was added by Mark because they are placed quite ungrammatically in the Greek syntax. Mark interpolated a reference to place into a report which lacked it.

Constantine consolidated his power and influence by making Greco-Roman Christianity the religion of the Roman Empire and eliminated the major controversies in the Greco-Roman Church concerning the question over the deity of Christ and the celebration of Easter. The bishops modified an existing creed to fit their purposes. Why is so much New Testament material written by Greeks? These are people who never met Jesus. Where is the material written by those who met him face-to-face? It was destroyed by the early church fathers–that is what happened to the material. The Bible was transformed into a Pro-Roman Mystery Cult. James WAS “the Righteous One” of the Scrolls (or at least one of the last to hold the title). James was an ideological leader of the revolt. Due to the Church’s reluctance to face the fact that Christ had brothers and sisters, the history regarding James has been obscured. Rome destroyed the Church of Jerusalem in an uprising against Rome. Isn’t it an interesting coincidence that James (the just) and the community at Qumran disappeared about the same time?

The Nicene Creed takes elaborate care by repeating several redundancies to identify the Son with the Father rather than with the creation. The doctrine of the Trinity was declared to be the official doctrine of the Pauline Church. There were hundred or so Gospels in existence at that time. Four (4) were chosen as the official Gospels of the Church. The remaining Gospels written in Hebrew were destroyed. An edict was issued stating that anyone found in possession of an unauthorized Gospel would be put to death. This was the first organized attempt to remove all the records of Jesus’ original teaching. When Jesus died there was no Christianity. Christianity was fashioned by the Apostle Paul (Saul).

The Ebionites and Nazarenes (early Jewish Sects) were declared heretics. If you go to a dictionary and look up Ebion, which is a prefix of the word Ebionites, its definition is made of EBONY OR BLACK in color. What do you know? Jesus was a Nazarene? I found out some other things after doing a bit of research. The word “Nazareth” does not even exist historically or geographically. Recent research will tell you that there was a mis-translation in text. Mary was not a virgin–What about JESUS’ brother James? Jesus had brothers and sisters, but the Catholic Church said that Mary remained a virgin throughout her life.

Then there is exploration of the linguistic methods used to document the relationship between Black African languages and their sister languages in Africa and Asia written by Clyde A. Winters. John J. Jackson presents striking evidence that Indo-Europeans played a major role in the destruction of African centers of civilization.

He cites for example, the Romans partial destruction of the library of Alexander, and its later total destruction by fanatical Christians in AD 389. Prof. Jackson also discussed the Romans burned down the library of Carthage containing 50,000 volumes in 146 B.C. And in Spain, Europeans destroyed great libraries of the Moors. After the Council of Nicea the early church fathers destroyed Christian texts. It wasn’t until the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered that some of the early church teachings came to light.

Along with Cheikh Anta Diop, Alex Darkwah also traces Ancient Egypt to geographical Africa. Darkwah proves that Africans wrote the Bible even though your personal Bible may have pages laced with White Greek characters and distributed throughout the world. I thought that the following excerpts were extremely interesting. A website visitor suggested that I read the Darkwah’s book. Thanks to the website reader who suggested that I limit my research to Sub-Saharan Africa. You’ve started a greater quest to delve deeper into Europe’s concealment of our history and to shed more light on how the global world exists in its current state. The main points of his book are:

Americans and Europeans assume that the Bible is about them, but the Bible is about my ancient ancestors and me…..Alex Darkwah

Jews see the Bible as a record of their history because the King James Bible is centered on the history of Israel.

The Jewish people of Europe and America still carry African Tribal names. They carry the names of their ancestors who are Africans.

The early Roman Catholic Church portrayed Jesus and his mother in the original Black images of the Jewish people at that time. (The Black Madonna) What African tribe were they from?

The early Catholic Church is closer in time period of Jews leaving Africa and going to Europe than the Renaissance Painters who painted Jesus White.

Statistically, the Lemba people from Southeast Africa are more Jewish than European Jews. In a particular Lemba Clan known as the Buba Clan, 53 percent of the males carry the unique DNA signature of Jewish priests. Males form the Lemba Tribe carry a higher incidence of the Jewish priestly DNA signature than the European and American Jewish population.

What Europe did not count on was that Africa would still know their past.

The Biblical Genesis

The following material appears in the King James Version Bible that is used throughout the United States but has been disguised. Genesis represents the Egypt’s Twelfth Dynasty is from 1991 – 1783 BC. The 12th Dynasty Kings were:

Amenemhat I
Senwosret I

12th Dynasty
Amenemhat II
Senwosret II

Senwosret III
Amenemhat III
Amenemhat IV

Images from http://www.touregypt.net

The Biblical Exodus

Did the 12 Tribes of Israel ever exist? The first Israelites were Egyptians, followers of Pharaoh Akhenaten, (17 years in the middle of the 14th century BC) whose attempts to introduce monotheism into Egypt engendered rage among the religious establishment. Moses, an Egyptian noble, served as chief priest in Akhenaten’s cult and, after Akhenaten’s death, had to flee Egypt to avoid execution. The so-called “ten lost tribes” disappear from history without an archaeological trace of their prior existence.

Akhenaten (9th King)

18th Dynasty
Akhenaten (9th King)

18th Dynasty

Pharaoh Horemheb waged a bitter campaign to eradicate all vestiges of Akhenaten’s heresy, eliminating the evidence stone by stone and word-by-word. As a result, Akhenaten remained lost to history until nineteenth-century Egyptologists discovered the ruins of his capital city.

Horemheb

1323-1295 BC

14th King – 18th Dynasty

Horemheb

1323-1295 BC

14th King – 18th Dynasty

When Horemheb died, Moses returned to Egypt, united his followers with other enemies of Egypt, and attempted to seize the throne from Ramesses I. The coup failed, but to avoid a civil war Moses and his allies were allowed safe passage out of Egypt. This was the real Exodus. After entering Canaan, the Egyptian followers of Moses formed military alliances with local Canaanite kings and with some of the recently arrived Greek invaders. This non-tribal alliance of small kingdoms and city-states became biblical Israel.

Ramses I
Ramses I
Ramses I

Moses served as chief priest in the court of Pharaoh Akhenaten; the Exodus took place during the co-regency of Ramesses I and Sethos I; and the first Israelites were Egyptians, the persecuted remnant of Akhenaten’s religious devotees.

Sethos I
Sethos I

Images from http://www.touregypt.net

Israel’s presence in Egypt preceded by an earlier presence in Palestine is mentioned no place other than in the Bible. There is no archaeological record of Israel or the Hebrew people prior to the thirteenth century BC? There is no extra-biblical evidence linking any specific Semitic tribes to the Hebrew people? Why did the so-called “ten lost tribes” disappear from history without an archaeological trace of their prior existence? (Greenberg, Gary., The Bible Myth: The African Origins of the Jewish People, New York: Citadel Press, 1996).

The Africans Who Wrote The Bible: Ancient Secrets Africa and Christianity Have Never Told – By: Alex Darkwah

Darkwah states that ancient Egypt was geographically in Africa and so called European experts do not know the Ancient Egyptian story because they are not familiar with African tribal names. They do not have the linguistic and cultural backgrounds to identify Egyptian names and have simply transposed the African names of people and places in Ancient Egyptian history into European languages to make it possible for them to claim expertise. Darkwah traces the ancient past of African tribes from the Middle East through Ancient Egypt to inner Africa. He reveals the African tribe that historians gave the fictitious names the Sumerians, Akkadians, and the African Tribes that were the Ancient Egyptians.

C. A. Diop combines the research of linguistics, history and psychology to interpret the cultural unity of African people. There are three components in the genetic model: 1) common physical type, 2) common cultural patterns and 3) genetically related languages. (Winters 1989a) Diop over the years has brought to bear all three of these components in his illumination of Kemetic Civilization (Diop 1974, 1977, 1978, 1991). There are striking resemblances between the ancient Egyptian language and Coptic, and Pharonic Egyptian and African languages (Diagne, 1981; Diop, 1977; Obenga, 1988, 1992a, 1992b, 1993).

Diop’s major linguistic effort has been the classification of Black African and Egyptian Languages. Up until 1977 Diop’s major area of interest were morphological and phonological similarities between Egyptian and Black African languages. Diop (1977, 77-84) explains many of his sound laws for the Egyptian-Black African connection.

He was a major proponent of the Dravidian-African relationship (Diop 1974, 116), and he illustrated the African substratum in Indo-European languages in relationship to cacuminal sounds and terms for social organization and culture (1974, 115). Diop (1978, 113) also recognized that in relation to Arabic words, after the suppression of the first consonant, there is often an African root. It is not surprising because Edward Blyden found evidence that the Arabic writing system was created by an African from the modern country we call Egypt. Winters (1985a, 1985d, 1989, 1991) also used Diop’s method to confirm the unity between the African, Dravidian, Elamite and Sumerian languages.

Publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls – 15,000 papyrus documents discovered in the desert that have changed scholars’ views on the Bible – is finally being completed, after more than half a century of bitter squabbling, censorship and academic controversy. Fifty-four years after the first of them was found in a cave in Qumran, on the north-western shore of the Dead Sea, publication of all the scrolls and fragments has been completed in 37 volumes. All but two have been published in scholarly editions, and those two are being edited.

Experts have studied the scrolls and discovered much about the way the Bible was written, including its discrepancies, contradictions and repetitions. The first five books – Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy – were ascribed to the same writer, Moses, but they have many inconsistencies. The scrolls include several different editions of the books of Exodus and Numbers, and the Psalms. They revealed that the Bible was not a rigidly fixed text but was edited and adjusted to make the text more relevant to its audience. It was not only the religious significance of the work that the scrolls questioned but also their historical truth, for they revealed that the writers would have colored their accounts with their prejudices.

Blacked Out Through Whitewash will also give you information about the evolvement of bogus scientific studies and cover-ups.

Blacked Out Through Whitewash

The Physical Appearance of Ancient Israel

THE CHRISTIANITY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT IS NOT THE RELIGION OF JESUS:

Excerpts from: Paul: The Stranger by Edgar Jones

The Christianity of the New Testament is the religion of Paul. It is the religion that emanates from what is called “The Church” and that was first identified at Antioch where “the disciples were first called Christians.” The religion of Paul, which is the Christianity of the New Testament, is not the religion of Jesus. It is the religion of Christendom. It is the religion of the churchmen but . . . it is not the religion of Jesus.

Paul was his Greek name. His true name was Saul of Tarsus. Paul was a charlatan, a self-deceived deceiver of others, a self-called apostle, a wolf in sheep’s clothing that misrepresented his apostleship as coming directly from the Lord Jesus.

The key to this mystery is the eventual recognition and acknowledgment of the gospel as Jesus preached it. Writers profess that Paul’s word was not God’s word, that his gospel was a different gospel, his Jesus a different Jesus.

http://www.yahuah.org/Paul.html

Common Sense Sacredness: Churchgoers are tethered in Caucasian European and American Theology hiding ancestral Black African Christendom History. The Theology Tether keeps churchgoers gagged and bound in the Caucasian Church of God not realizing that the Roman Church brought them to slavery in the “name of Jesus.” Lily White Jesus hangs in the sanctuary, and the congregation sings in unison: Oh wash me, and I will be whiter than snow. Black Egypt and Canaan (formerly modern Palestine and then Israel) have no significance because parishioners are caught up in a “Sanctified Sham.” If the Theology Tether were removed so that the Black image of Abraham, Moses, King Solomon, and Jesus were hanging in the sanctuaries, on the pulpits and printed on Bible end pages, screaming would ensue a “bloody murder of Christianity.”

Church fanatics suppressed Biblical History. In 1505 Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo to change images of the deity from Black to White which perpetuated paintings like da Vinci’s Last Supper. In the 1600’s King James feared an African disclosure would bring down conformist Caucasian History and the Caucasian Church established for Europe. The Greeks and Romans carried origins of ancient Egyptians to the King James Version of the Bible and bleached them like “white snow.” The suppression of Blackness in Biblical Archaeology has lead to a “Whitewashed Whoring”—from the original Black Hebrews to the current Mythical Ashkenazim White Jews.

In Arthur Koestler’s book, The Thirteenth Tribe: The Khazar Empire and its Heritage Khazar Jews – The revelation of another Jewish hoax: Jews did not originate from Palestine! They are not “descendants” of the mythic Jews of the Bible! The fact that over 90% of those today calling themselves “Jews” are actually descendants of the Khazar people, originating from southern Russia. Jews from Eastern Europe and Western Asia were descended from Mongolians and other Asiatic peoples who had adopted Judaism as their “religion” over 1,000 years ago and had become know as “Jews.”

The book traces the history of the ancient Khazar Empire—once a major power in Eastern Europe that converted to Judaism in A.D. 740. The Jews of our times fall into two main divisions: Sephardim and Ashkenazim. The Khazars migrated to Poland and formed the cradle of Western (Ashkenazim) Jewry. Modern Jewry is not of Palestinian but Caucasian origin. The mainstream of Jewish migrations did not flow from the Mediterranean across France and Germany to the east and then back again. The stream moved in a consistently westerly direction, from the Caucasus through the Ukraine into Poland and into Central Europe (pp 179 – 180). The Sephardim are descendants of the Jews who since antiquity had lived in Spain (in Hebrew Sepharad) until they were expelled at the end of the 15th Century and settled in the countries bordering the Mediterranean, the Balkans, and to a lesser extent in Western Europe.

Ethiopia is mentioned in Genesis–Look for Europe in the Bible! The birthplace of Abraham was Ur (Cushite/Ethiopian–the Land of Shinar) Genesis 10:10. Ur was a city in the Ethiopian Kingdom of Nimrod. Canaan–son of Ham begat Sidon his first born, and Heth, and the Jebusites, and the Amorites, and the Girgashites (Genesis 10:15-16). The Jebusites–the same as Jerusalem (Joshua 15:8). Jesus was a Judean–not a Jew. Matthew (his disciple) was a Judean. They were from the Tribe of Judah–Ethiopians. Their language was Aramaic–Ethiopian. If you look up Ethiopia in the Encyclopedia, the information given explains that Ethiopians are Hamitic and of Semitic origin. You must know who Ham was in order to decipher what race the Ethiopians are. WHY IS THE TRUTH SHROUDED???

The word “Jew” (in Hebrew, “Yehudi”) is derived from the name Judah. Originally, the term Yehudi referred specifically to members of the tribe of Judah, as distinguished from the other tribes of Israel. However, after the death of King Solomon, the nation of Israel was split into two kingdoms: the Kingdom of Judah and the Kingdom of Israel (I Kings 12; II Chronicles 10). Haile Sellassie can be directly traced to King Solomon—the ruler of Ethiopia (King of Kings) and the (Lion of Judah), placing him in the legendary line of King Solomon.

Does Haile Sellassie look like the typical European Jew??

He happens to have a direct lineage to King Solomon and the Queen Sheba–THE ORIGINAL JEWS!!!

History changers—like moneychangers have intuitively depended on the “ignorance of the masses.” Look at the first election in the new millennium. The silent coup-declared winner was the son of a former president, and that former president was the former head of the CIA. The silent coup-declared winner lost the popular vote but declared a victory as the result of disputed votes cast in the regime governed by his brother. God mend thine every flaw; Confirm thy soul in self-control; Thy liberty in law! Seek and ye shall find. Ask and it will be given unto you. Study Biblical history, and you will quit singing: Wash Me—I hope to be Whiter Than Snow and then turning around to justify the words by relating it to the “White Lamb of God.”

THE CHRISTIANITY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT IS NOT THE RELIGION OF JESUS: Shaul is either telling the truth or spreading a lie. By: Ekowa A. Kenyatta

When we read, we skim over things, not understanding the culture that was given to the Hebrews. All of the Apostles including Paul still stuck to the Torah. The celebrated the 7 feasts and the males appeared before the Lord 3 times a year with an offering. If you want to know who made-up Christianity, look to Rome and Greece and their obsession with the Mystery Systems and Luciferianism. Look to the Mithras cults, the revisionists and translators. It was a political move to conquer the world it was the blind leading the blind. In our quest to find answers, God always reveals what once was hidden. Ekowa A. Kenyatta shares her answers which unveil what the Council of Nicea and the early Church fathers tried to dispose or hide.

The Ekowa A. Kenyatta View

Note: My colleagues continually question me because of my concern with color. “In the end it won’t matter anyway,” they say. I grew up in the 1950’s when we questioned our individual identities. I still continue to ask within my own mind why continents and countries have indigenous “people of color” reclassified as Caucasians right smack dab in the middle of its colonial European migrated groups. I wonder why India, Ceylon, Vietnam, Australia, Hawaii, Australia, New Guinea, etc. have Blue-Black-skinned groups of people classified as Caucasian. Caucasian dominance only stems a little over 500 years. What about antiquity? Before 1950 every continent and country with brown and black inhabitants were classified as either “Colored” or “Negro.” This leads to a belief that the Caucasian classification is being applied to Brown Races because of a “threatened global White biological identity crisis–OH YOU 8 PERCENTERS!”

There seems to be a great concern about the “curse of the Black Race” that has been passed down by European missionaries and White as well as Black ministers. According to the Bible, the following, the Black Race is not cursed:

In Genesis 9:24—The Curse of Canaan: Most people believe Ham was cursed and, therefore, so were all Black people of African/Hamitic descent. However, careful study of the scriptures reveals that the curse was placed upon Canaan (Gen. 9:25), a son of Ham. Ham’s other sons, Mizraim, Phut, and Cush were not cursed. This particular curse justified Abraham’s inheritance of the land of Canaan as his blessing of his father Noah due to this strong desire to be in his father’s image and his love for God (Gen. 9:24 – 27).

Cultural Christianity Contest: The world has been presented with a White Jesus from the Roman Empire when Augustus (31 BC – AD 14) was the emperor. The World knows nothing about the bona fide Judean Jesus from the lineage of the Tribe of Judah—Ethiopians who spoke Aramaic.

The former Semitic language Aramaic was developed out of the latter Semitic language Amharic spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea today. Christ spoke Aramaic, Arabic and Amharic because of language locations in Jerusalem and other Middle Eastern cities such as what are now Addis Ababa, Cairo, Baghdad and Damascus.

In Greek schools of learning and philosophy Plato and Socrates helped to provide philosophy and mystical thought to Christianity borrowed from the ancient Egyptians. Originally the Bible was translated from Hebrew to Greek to Latin to English. In the eyes of the Romans Africans had no substantial history. Africans were “heathens” who had to be converted to Christianity according to the Roman Church–now headed by the POPE.

The New Testament was written in colloquial conversational Greek of the times. Greek was widespread as an international language in the Middle East and parts of North Africa and Europe after Alexander’s Conquests in 4th Century BC. In conversational Greek there were no upper or lower case letters used until the 9th Century. Everything was written in capital letters. There were no punctuation marks, no spaces between words, and no paragraphs. The division of chapter numbers in the Bible did not take place until about 1200 AD, and verses were not added until 1557.

In 1382 Wycliff translated an English version of the Bible from Latin. In 1604 King James commissioned six groups of scholars who translated the Authorized King James Version of the Bible. The original 1611 edition of the King James Version had many misprints and spelling mistakes that led to a second edition in 1613. Provided for Christianity in the modern world in which we live are what Greek philosophers and King James have given. We follow the herd to ensure soul salvation—just as sheep follow the leader of the herd to slaughter. The Bible was translated into English for a cultural European audience, and people study the Bible without knowing its cultural context. Christianity was first a Middle Eastern religion. Remember, the Middle East was once Africa. Europeans broke up Africa into the “Near East,” “Middle East,” and “Far East” to distinguish distances from Europe.

To question the Bible’s ancestral Black African Christendom History is probably like translating the Bible into cult language. There are many discrepancies in the Bible. Examples: The word “Jew” wasn’t used in the King James Version until publications after 1800. The word “Jew” does not appear in the Bible until the Book of Daniel. The Bible contains both Greek and Latin traditions denoting editorial differences. The New Testament contains discrepancies in The Last Supper, the death of Judas, and the nativity stories in Matthew and Mark. To say there are “Lost Books” and Apocryphal Books of the Bible leads one to question which books were really “inspired” by God—and which ones were inspired by King James and his translators.

Some verses are almost identical in Matthew and 2 Enoch (Enoch—or Enos was the son of Seth and the grandson of Adam according to Genesis) leading to parallels and connections between the Gospels, Lost Books and Dead Sea Scrolls. The Gospels, for example were written between 35 and 70 years after the death of Jesus. This presents plenty of opportunity for distortion. The Gospels passed through a period of copying and general editorial tampering that lasted three to four centuries. It is only these edited and differing versions that have survived to modern times.

A person’s makeup and state of mind is externalized only after internalizing what has been given to him. Indoctrination takes place within the human psyche. Whites are fed a White cultural Roman and Greek resemblance of Jesus. Blacks have also been fed a White cultural Roman and Greek resemblance of Jesus. Biblical scholars have studied, digested, and processed antiquity within a Caucasian Cultural Contest; therefore, the Bible we know encompasses the White Roman World and St. Paul.

Religious interpretations are liable to contradiction unless historical backgrounds are accessible for examination. You should be aware of how Black Antiquity has been annihilated. Just read about the Napoleon Bonaparte Conquests of the late 18th and early 19th Centuries. Napoleon and his crew destroyed many artifacts of antiquity including shooting of the flat noses and big lips of the Sphinx. At the 1974 Cairo Symposium British and Egyptian officials prevented Cheikh Anta Diop from performing systematic and controlled melanin dosage tests on Egyptian mummies to determine their racial identity. Shortly after he developed the melanin dosage test, nearly all of the mummies on exhibition the Cairo Museum vanished. There are many Shrines of the Black Madonna in Africa, Europe and Russia representing remnants of the original people who inhabited Ancient Palestine.

A geneticist from Oxford University in London, England (1998) has proven through a DNA sequence that the African Bantu-speaking Lemba Tribe of South Africa and Zimbabwe carry the same Y chromosome that is distinctive to the Cohanim, a hereditary set of Jewish priests scattered throughout Europe and America. Reports carry the headlines “DNA COULD PROVE JEWISH ANCESTRY OF AFRICAN TRIBE.” While reading the article, it struck me as a “Freudian Slip” presented in the “European Slip/Slap Origin.” The title should have read: DNA PROVES AFRICAN ANCESTRY OF BIBLICAL HEBREWS. The most thorough analysis yet of the divergence of sequences in human mitochondrial DNA has been carried out. The results support the view that modern humans originated in Africa. (Hedges, Blair S. “Human Evolution: A Start for Population Genomics,” Nature 408, 652-653 7 December 2000).

History depends on the “ignorance of the masses” to write and editorialize what is currently printed and published. Ignorance can make strange presumptions. To substantiate the Diaspora of Africa; Claude A. Winters proved that the ancestors of the Dravidian and Manding speaking people appear to have left Africa at the same time around 2600 BC (Winters 1985c). These people founded civilizations in Europe, Elam, India and ancient China (1991a).

References

S., Acharya, The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold, Kempton, IL, Adventures Unlimited Press, 1999.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (Jan. 1979b). “Trade between East Africa and China”, Afrikan Mwalimu, pp. 25-31.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1979c). “Manding Scripts in the New World”, Journal of African Civilization 1, No. 1, pp. 61-97.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1980a). “The genetic unity of Dravidian and African languages and culture,” Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Asian Studies (PIISAS) 1979, Hong Kong: Asian Research Service.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1981a) “The Unity of African and Indian Agriculture”, Journal of African Civilization 3, no.1, pp. 103-110.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad (1981c). “Further Thoughts on Japanese Dravidian Connection”, Dravidian Language Association News 5, No 9, pp. 1-4.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (December, 1981/ January 1982a) “Mexico’s Black Heritage”, The Black Collegian, pp. 76-84.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1983c). “Blacks in Ancient China, Part 1:The Founders of Xia and Shang”, Journal of Black Studies 1, No2. Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1983d). “Possible Relationship between the Manding and Japanese”, Papers in Japanese Linguistics 9, pp. 151-158.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad Winters. (January 1984). “Magyar and Proto-Saharan Relationship”, Fighter (Hungarian language Newspaper) Cleveland, Ohio , p.2.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1985d). “The genetic Unity between the Dravidian, Elamite, Manding and Sumerian Languages”, Sixth ISAS ,1984, (Hong Kong: Asian Research Service) pp. 1413-1425.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1986c). “Dravidian Settlements in ancient Polynesia”, India Past and Present 3, No. 2, pp. 225-241.

Winters, Clyde Ahmad. (1986e). “Dravidian and Magyar /Hungarian”, International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 15, No. 2.

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26 Responses to “THE WHITENING OF CHRISTIANTIY FROM STEWARTSYNOPSIS.COM”

  1. Yvonne Says:

    please forward to this email

  2. zyruemusic Says:

    This is very,very,BIG!!!! May YAHWEH BLEES THOSE WHO READ THIS…..AMEN!! ONE LOVE

  3. Dr. Jacob Hevi Says:

    May I have documented evidence of missionary suppression of original African Christianity?

  4. Barry Says:

    Justin Martyr was one of the most important of the Greek philosopher-Apologists in the early church, whose writings represent the first positive encounter of Christian revelation with Greek philosophy and laid the basis for a theology of history. A Catholic Encyclopedia article is online at St. Justin Martyr.

    A pagan reared in a Jewish environment, Justin studied Stoic and Platonic philosophy at Ephesus, near modern Selcuk, Turkey. He converted to Christianity about 130 and short time later became a Christian teacher where he engaged in a disputation with Trypho, a Jew (~ 135). After a few years he moved to Rome, where he founded a Christian school. Here he met vehement opposition in the Cynic philosopher Crescens whose antagonism made Justin determined to compose an ‘Apology’ or reasoned defense of the Christian faith. This was issued ~150 in the form of a petition addressed to the Emperor Antoninus Pius. Sometime afterward he published his Dialogue with Trypho the Jew. A shorter, Second Apology was addressed to the Senate, apparently after the accession of Marcus Aurelius (161 CE). A few years later, Justin was denounced to the Roman prefect as subversive and condemned to death. Authentic records of the martyrdom survive.

    In summary, the relevant writings of Justin are:

    n summary, there is evidence that Justin Martyr considered these books of spiritual value:

    * Gospel according to Matthew
    * Gospel according to Mark
    * Gospel according to Luke
    * Gospel according to John
    * Revelation of John

    For a summary of Justin’s opinions see the Cross Reference Table.

    Justin Martyr and the Gospel according to Matthew
    Justin Matthew
    Dial. 106.4 …when a star rose in heaven at the time of his [Jesus’] birth, as is recorded in the Memoirs of his apostles, the Magi from Arabia, recognizing the sign by this, came and worshipped him. c.f. 2:1

    More examples can be found in [Bellinzoni] and [Kline].

    Justin Martyr and the Gospel according to Mark
    Justin Mark
    Dial. 106.4 (to be supplied) 3:16-17

    More examples can be found in [Bellinzoni] and [Kline].

    Justin Martyr and the Gospel according to Luke
    Justin Luke
    Dial. 103.8 …in the Memoirs [Gospels] which, as I have said, were drawn up by the apostles and their followers, [it is recorded] that sweat fell like drops of blood while he [Jesus] was praying, and saying, ‘If it be possible, let this cup pass’. c.f. 22:44,42

    More examples can be found in [Bellinzoni] and [Kline].

    Justin Martyr and the Gospel according to John
    Justin John
    I Apol. 61.4 Christ also said ‘Unless you are born again you will not enter into the kingdom of heaven’. 3:3

    Furthermore, it appears that it was from the Fourth Gospel that Justin obtained these ideas:

    That Christ is the firstborn of God, being the logos of which every race of people have been partakers, we have been taught and have declared. (I Apol. 46.2, c.f. John 1:1,9)

    I have already shown that he was the only-begotten of the Father of the universe, having been begotten by him in a peculiar manner as his Logos and Power, and having afterward become man through the virgin, as we have learned from the Memoirs. (Dial. 105.1)

    More examples can be found in [von Loewenich] (pp. 39-50) and [Osborn] (p. 137).

    Justin Martyr and the Revelation of John

    Justin does not quote the Revelation, but appeals to it as proof of the existence of prophetic power in the Christian Church:

    Moreover also among us a man named John, one of the apostles of Christ, prophesied in a revelation made to him that those who have believed on our Christ will spend a thousand years in Jerusalem; and that hereafter the general and, in short, the eternal resurrection and judgment of all will likewise take place. (Dial. 81.4)

    You yet again post more ignorant backward nonsense.Christianity began in the mediteranian , not Africa, the earliest cradle of Christianity out side the holy land were Antioch and Rome.

    A geneticist from Oxford University in London, England (199 8) has proven through a DNA sequence that the African Bantu-speaking Lemba Tribe of South Africa and Zimbabwe carry the same Y chromosome that is distinctive to the Cohanim, a hereditary set of Jewish priests scattered throughout Europe and America. Reports carry the headlines “DNA COULD PROVE JEWISH ANCESTRY OF AFRICAN TRIBE.” While reading the article, it struck me as a “Freudian Slip” presented in the “European Slip/Slap Origin.” The title should have read: DNA PROVES AFRICAN ANCESTRY OF BIBLICAL HEBREWS. [quote]

    Again you are incapable of logical thought; the Lemba Y chromozone you are speaking of is a middle eastern,not African chromozone.

    There are many Shrines of the Black Madonna in Africa, Europe and Russia representing remnants of the original people who inhabited Ancient Palestine. [quote]
    Again utter rubbish, the original peoples of who inhabited the levant/ Palestine where typically west Asian/ southern mediteranian in appearence, at least if their remains and genetics are anything to go by.
    As for black madonnas, these have no connection to Palestine, they are of medeval european catholic origin, they all have european features despite being portrayed with black skin, most scholars see the colouration as as a religious concept representing a fussion of Mary magdalene and Mary the sister of Lazarus, and Mary the mother of Jesus.
    Jesus WAS NOT BLACK, he was a judean, of semitic origin, what do you mean by black?Australian aboriginies are black, was Jesus an australian aboriginie? people from parts of java are black, was Jesus from java?, people from southern India are black , was Jesus a Tamil, or Dravadian? when you say black, be honest what you mean is people with sub-saharan racial characteristics, ie Negroid, in what way was Jesus of Nazareth, in the Galilee , in Judea, Negroid? He was middle eastern western semitic in appearance, not European and not Negroid, although middle eastern peoples do belong to the caucasian group, like Europeans, and unlike Negroids.

  5. haile Says:

    I have to say that the entitled arguement, “The Whitening of Biblical Truth” (paraphrasing) is exceptional!! It basically confirms everything that I have been told or what little research I did on the subject of hebrews being of African descent. Bravo!! I would like to add a brief comment to Barry (posted about) and other White people like him who continue to deny the truth and evidence when it’s been laid before them: stop…Africa has suffered enough and the black people from all parts of Africa–not just below the sand–are tired of hearing a bunch of lies and being misrepresented by Whites all because you guys are jealous. The bible plainly speaks about Africa, Egypt and Ethiopia from the VERY beginning. So why would anyone conclude that these people were not Black Africans? I don’t understand why you people hold so dearly to this idea that Whites are the only people capable of producing anything worth calling a culture, history or form of religion? The truth is, you people would be NOTHING without the assistance of Africans. Period. Imhotep and Djoser educated the Greeks; there were 3 African emperors of ancient Rome; the Moor/black arabs colonized and controlled Spain for 750 years and it was Africans the fueled the industrial revolution in Europe AND America…need I go on? I have a question (rhetorical), if Whites are so powerful and ingenuitive and capable, then why haven’t they–after all of 500 years–been able to do anything without the assistance of Black people?

  6. Ronald Dauphin Says:

    Your research is tremendous. We are hungry for the truth, not like most people that will fight and kill holding on to the great lies that are being told. Please keep up the good work. May you continue to be lead by the Creator in revealing his truth.

  7. Hamdy Says:

    About Professor Travel
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  8. Hamdy Says:

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    For us travel in Egypt is not a job, it’s a passion. Our personal are highly trained and qualified to assist you with getting the itinerary you need. Ask us to help customize your special trip. We specialize in tours for the individual traveler and groups, who are looking for the real Egyptian experience.

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  9. Hamdy Says:

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    After working in travel industry many years; we are as destination experts and professional travel consultants. we will save your precious time, eliminate stress, provide excellent value for money and help you purchase the finest tours and routes and pick the best hotels for a memorable holiday…our aim is to share our knowledge with the ones who want to explore this amazing country with its legendary cultural heritage and the natural beauty, while enjoying the traditional life with the creature comforts of the modern Egypt. As there is more than a reason to travel with Professor Travel Egypt; here are our top 7 detailed reasons to travel with us!

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    once you have chosen any of Professor Travel Egypt distinguished programs. You fortunately have submitted yourself to an honest and faithful provider of tourist services as we do care very much for such private guided tours, it is one of the advantages which characterize Professor Travel Egypt activities based on the principle of “We believe in Responsible Travel and we are doing our best to achieve the best we can…”

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    All efforts that have been exerted during this period gained this company a valuable experience and remarkable position which eventually would be hard to loose or spoil its name if it is unable to guarantee high quality services for its visitors and guests. It is noted that the company’s main slogan “We believe in Responsible Travel and we are doing our best to achieve the best we can…” We emphasize that this trade mark is hardly to be spoiled under any circumstances
    The company is providing its guests with varieties of its outstanding programs it cares attentively to render its clients with distinguished special services (meet and assist through customs, utilize private updated vehicles, secure high stander of accommodations, selection of tourist sites carefully, well trained staff, professional multi lingual guides). Furthermore the management of the company is permanently keen to watch and evaluate the performance of its staff inside and outside doors to guarantee high quality services.

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    5- Multi-lingual Staff
    As far as Professor Travel Egypt is concerned in its dealings with different tourist generating countries around the world, the company is entitled to be aware of the language of dialogue which would help it to reach its guests in a way they likely prefer it
    It is the common language which possibly would facilitate connections between us and our clients far away from any misunderstanding or misleading language.
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    A company distinguished with such remarkable historical background and capable to provide its guests with top quality services ,among which is the service of dialogue language for many foreign tongues, this service is provided through its multi lingual staff who becomes experts and specialized in the process of dialogue participation.
    They are qualified to correspond and conduct our guests accurately, these distinctions has built a bridge of trust and confidence between the company and its guests.
    All staff operating and controlling the business at the company are university graduates, beside most of them had attended regular specialized advanced training courses in and outside doors to refine their foreign languages under the supervision of linguistic experts, these training courses had been provided to them theoretically and practically to support them to be ambitious for the best in favor of all parties.

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    This is one of the most favorite term Professor Travel Egypt apply it on all its tourist activities in so far as it is a requirement that satisfies the needs of our guests . Flexibility is an acquired attitude which depends originally on the mentality of the management and staff who conduct this sensitive activity. If they are unable to respond to the reasonable requirements of their guests, they would be considering dogmatic and narrow minded to run such dynamic business.
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  11. Hamdy Says:

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  12. Hamdy Says:

    When to visit
    Peak travel season in Egypt runs from mid October to May, and this is the best time to visit. As you will notice, the tourist season is during winter and spring, but this is also the high season, and prices go up at this time of year. Some hotels can be really expensive, and because of this, I would advise prior reservations for all hotels before you come, even the budget hotels.

    From May until October, the temperatures are fairly high, especially in Luxor and the southern parts of the country, yet summer offers a time to see Egypt in relative peace and quite. It is a huge advantage being able to see the tourist sites without hassle from school children, or from the crowds of tourists. Imagine, piece and quiet to take photographs, without strangers obscuring the view!

    Although certain Cairo hotels will fill up with many Arab visitors in the summer, who would rather be here than having to endure even hotter weather in their own countries, advanced bookings are rarely required, and a variety of discounts are even offered, as incentives to them who would brave the heat.

    Another very good time to visit Egypt is during the springtime. During spring the weather is fairly moderate, but try and avoid the “The Khamsin wind” season that runs between March and April, though it only takes a few days and you can handle that so easily ….The Khamsin wind is a warm wind that blows in from the desert, carrying sand and dust!…. it is quite an adventure! !!

    Some Egypt travellers may avoid travelling to Egypt during Ramadan. This is mainly due to the fact that alcohol is not allowed during this month, especially during the daytime! or maybe many of street restaurants are closed during Ramadan, and all tourist sites would usually close entry at least two hours earlier than usual, causing a shorter time for visiting. People are slow during day time but very active after they break their fast.
    But on the other hand Ramadan is a lovely month in Egypt, as it a month-long festival. At night all coffee shops are open and full of people who will stay up till the early morning hours. It is the time when Cairo (and the rest of Egypt) never sleeps, the time when all people go out to have fun.

    Areas rarely seen and safety

    When travelling through Egypt, you should avoid certain areas, particularly sites located in the centre of the Nile Valley! About 20 years ago there was rising tensions at these sites, Islamic fundamentalists had targeted tourists in order to destroy the tourist industry and the economy. This was part of a larger plan to bring down the government, seize power themselves, and install the political ideas of their own vision, a vision which no more resembles the rules of the Qur’an than the Inquisition resembled the Christianity of Christ.

    Some certain incidents occurred during the ’80s and the ’90s, a handful of events took place again targeting the tourist industry. Without for a moment trying to deny the reality of these events, the situation has been blown out of all proportion by the world’s press, while the situation in other countries with flourishing tourist industries is far worse, their incidents rarely make headlines. But in Egypt, if anything happens, it becomes front-page news! In the mid ’90s, a widespread, and harsh, government crackdown campaign was implemented to try and stop any threats to tourism and visitors.

    A trip to Egypt still entails far less danger than a trip to anywhere else in the world. During the realm of the violence in the mid ’90s, there were certain areas appointed as not good for tourists. These areas are located in the centre of the Nile Valley, particularly Minia, Asyout and Sohag. Unfortunately these places happen to have some of the most beautiful monuments in Egypt, like the beautiful tombs at Bani Hassan in Minia, the marvellous monasteries of Asyout and the Temple of Abydos in Sohag. In time, all of these sites will be fully re-opened for tourists.

    If you still think that you would like to visit these places as an individual traveller, you can! However, be prepared for a police escort with you, as the local police will not let you travel alone in these areas! I would suggest that the safest, cheapest and most informative way to visit these sites is through a reputable travel agent.

    Traveling during Ramadan

    Egyptians like rest of the Muslims all over the world fast at holy month of Ramadan, it is the time when they all come close to each other and respect each other, it is the time Egypt stay awake at night.

    During this month, donations, almsgiving and charity would be at its highest rates, it is the time for forgiveness and love. It is a wonderful month.

    First of all, to understand Ramadan, we need to have first a glimpse of the faith of Islam:

    What is Islam:

    Islam is one of the world’s major religions, and the world second largest religion and is the final link in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition of monotheism (belief in one God). Islam has two major religious celebrations. One of them, known as Eid al-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice), takes place during the time of the Hajj, or annual pilgrimage to the city of Makkah (in modern-day Saudi Arabia, also known as Mecca). The other celebration occurs after the completion of Ramadan, the Islamic month during which Muslims (believers in Islam) fast daily from dawn to sunset as part of an effort towards self-purification and betterment. This holiday is known as Eid al-Fitr (Festival of Breaking the Fast)

    Among the most important duties for a Muslim, is fasting during the Islamic month of Ramadan, which is the ninth of the twelve months in the Islamic lunar calendar. Muslims use a lunar calendar for many of their religious observances. A new month in the lunar calendar is determined by the appearance of a new crescent moon. Since this occurs every 29 or 30 days, the lunar month is generally 1 or 2 days shorter than a typical month in the Gregorian calendar. Similarly, a lunar year is about 11 days shorter than a typical Gregorian year. As a result, dates of events in the Islamic lunar year “move forward” about 11 days every year. For example, in 1995 Ramadan began on February 1, and in 1996, it began on January 22.

  13. Hamdy Says:

    Currency in Egypt:

    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/currencyinegypt.html
    Please note: Throughout this page, the currencies referred to are as follows: $US, £UK (sterling), Euros and £E (Egyptian Pound).

    The Currency in Egypt is the Egyptian pound ( referred by LE – Livre Egyptienne) and it is divided into 100 piaster. In Arabic it is called Genaeh. Here you will find 25 and 50 piaster notes and various sized coins down to the 5 piaster. At present $1 dollar is equivalent to 5.45 Egyptian pounds

  14. Hamdy Says:

    Islamic Cairo, Egypt

    Cairo is Islamic, though some areas are more so than others. Actually, this area is no more Islamic than Central Cairo, but as though walking through a time machine we are transported back to Cairo’s past Islamic heritage, to a world of ancient mosques and 1,500 hundred year old markets; to medieval forts and the city that was Salah ad-Din’s.

    One should dress appropriately if sightseeing is in order, though it is not necessary when simply shopping in the Khan. Appropriate clothing involves clothing which will be acceptable in the mosques, with little skin showing, and particularly not legs and shoulders. Wear comfortable shoes that can be easily removed.

    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/islamiccairo.html

  15. Hamdy Says:

    Egypt enjoys a deep-rooted civilization which began when the ancient Egyptians established on the bank of the River Nile the first central state. Throughout centuries, the Egyptians interacted with other civilizations and peoples

    Yet, Egypt kept its cultural peculiarity which historians divide into Pharaonic Era which lasted for 3000 years, Greek Era which also lasted for 3000 years, Roman Era which interacted with Coptic Era after Christianity entered Egypt, and finally the Islamic Conquest of Egypt and the Ottoman Rule till the Modern Era launched by Mohamed Ali Pasha, the founder of modern Egypt

    The history of Egypt is a fundamental part of the history of human civilization. Through the interaction between Egypt’s unique geographical location and the creativity and exertion of ancient Egyptians

    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/historyofegypt.html

  16. Hamdy Says:

    Egyptian foods

    Thousands of years ago, ancient Egyptians left evidence of their love for food. Well-preserved wall paintings and carvings have been discovered on tombs and temples, depicting large feasts and a variety of foods. Many of these ancient foods are still eaten in Egyptian households today. Peas, beans, cucumbers, dates, figs, and grapes were popular fruits and vegetables in ancient times. Wheat and barley, ancient staple crops, were used to make bread and beer. Fish and poultry were also popular. Dried
    It was prepared by cleaning the fish, coating the pieces with salt, and placing them the sun to dry. Fasieekh (salted, dried fish) remained a popular meal in Egypt as of 2000.
    The unique Egyptian cuisine has been influenced throughout history, particularly by its neighbors from the Middle East. Persians (modern-day Iraqis), Greeks, Romans (modern-day Italians), Arabs, and Ottomans (from modern-day Turkey) first influenced Egyptian cuisine thousands of years ago. More recently, the foods of other Arabic people in the Middle East such as the Lebanese, Palestinians, Syrians, as well as some foods from Europe, have affected the Egyptian diet. However, Egyptian cuisine maintains its uniqueness. After thousands of years, rice and bread remain staple foods, and molokhiyya (a spinach-like vegetable) and ful mudammas (cooked, creamy fava beans), a national dish, are nearly as popular as long ago.
    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/egyptianfoods.html

  17. Hamdy Says:

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  18. Hamdy Says:

    The Egyptian Traveler’s Survival Kit

    Egypt is a sophisticated and modern country, and most anything that you need may be purchased in Egypt. But providing that you do not wish to purchase such things as shoes in Egypt, and that other items may be difficult to find, or very expensive, we have compiled a checklist of some of the more important items you may wish to carry with you. This list may seem rudimentary for the seasoned traveler, but for many making a first time trip to Egypt, it may prevent problems.

    Contending with Sun and Heat

    Hats and other covering:

    Large brimmed hats that provide not only a head covering but also a certain amount of shade will come in very handy in the hot Egyptian sun. In addition, women will be more acceptable when touring old churches and mosques if they are wearing some sort of head covering. In addition, scarves or other apparel should be taken along to cover shoulders and arms, and again, or not only important for visiting religious sites, but also to keep the sun off during treks. In very hot weather, a cloth hat or scarf that can be soaked will also help keep your head cool.

    “Squeeze Breeze”: this is a water bottle with a sprayer and a battery-operated fan attached, which is available in such stores as Wal-Mart in the US. This item literally kept our Senior Editor, Mary Kay Radnich, from hitting the deck in the 104F heat on the West Bank, late one morning. If you can find something like this among the beach toys this summer, pick it up.

    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/whattotake.html

  19. Hamdy Says:

    What to do

    Camel trading
    Perhaps best not to purchase a camel yourself while on holiday, but to observe this exotic activity, head to the Camel Market (Souq al-Gamaal), held every morning at Birqash, around 35km (21 miles) from Cairo on the Western Desert fringe. A livestock market is also held every Tuesday morning at El-Hebel, 4km (2.4 miles) from Luxor.

    Diving
    The Red Sea justly deserves its worldwide reputation for underwater adventure. Teeming with a colourful marine life, the crystal waters are landscaped with coral and dramatic drop-offs. Head for Ras Mohamed National Park for the underwater world at its best.

    Explore the desert
    Egypt’s six oases in the vast Western Desert offer a fascinating glimpse of Bedouin and Berber life, often with ancient ruins nearby. Don’t miss the White Desert, an area of dazzling white, wind-blown rock forms scattered across the wilderness.

    Fresh fish suppers
    A walk along the corniche in Alexandria is a good way to work up an appetite for one of the city’s fabled fish suppers. The catch of the day, seasoned with exotic spices and dressed with a dozen mezze (small dishes), is a treat worth being hungry for.

    Golf
    While it’s not a sport readily associated with Egypt, the country is now making quite a golfing name for itself and offers around 20 courses. They range from locations within sight of Cairo’s Pyramids to settings alongside the Red Sea.

    Haggling
    Take a trip to Cairo’s famous Khan-el Khalili bazaar, where haggling for spices, copper, perfume and trinkets has been refined into an art form. Don’t miss Fishawi’s tea house; in business for over 200 years, it is the ultimate place to people-watch.

    Hiking
    for centuries, pilgrims of different denominations have been making the journey up historic Mt Sinai to witness the sun rise across the desert landscape. If the three-hour hike sounds a bit ambitious, stay overnight at St Catherine Monastery, hire a camel and walk down in leisure.

    Hot-air ballooning
    Luxor, strewn either side of the Nile, looks good from the ground, better from the river and superb from the air. Rise above the land of the Pharoahs in a hot-air balloon and take a god’s-eye view of the colossal works of ancient mortals.

    Nile cruise
    plying the river between Luxor and Aswan, and generally lasting around three to five days, a boat ride is the quintessential Nile experience. Along the Nile, egrets flock to the water’s edge and Egypt’s ancient wonders unfold like a story book along the river bank.

    Snorkelling
    Egypt’s spectacular coastline is accessible without a wetsuit. Simply wade out with a mask or snorkel or take a glass-bottomed boat from the shores of Sharm el-Sheik and the fish will come to you
    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/whattodo.html

  20. Hamdy Says:

    Cairo airport is located 22Km to the south east of the centre of Cairo. The trip to, or from, the airport should take around 30 – 45 Minutes. So dear traveller, make sure to leave your hotel at least three hours before your departure time!

    There are threeTerminals at Cairo airport. All Egypt-Air and domestic flights depart from Terminal one, while all other airlines depart from Terminal two.

    There is no departure tax levied – at the moment! However, starting from next October, a new tax will be implemented. You will not pay it directly as it will be included in the price of the ticket.

    If you fly with Egypt Air, or have connection flights, it is recommended that you confirm your flight, at least 48 hours before departure, it is very important to do that. If you are staying in a good hotel, the guest relation, or reception, should be able to do this for you if you wish.
    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/cairoairport.html

  21. Hamdy Says:

    HINTS AND TIPS

    First and foremost, prepare yourself for a culture shock! Many seasoned travelers are amazed when they first visit Egypt, and find that it is unlike any other country that they have previously visited!

    Egypt is a Muslim country, so please respect their faith. Many things that you take as the norm, such as kissing and/or fondling your partner in public, wearing revealing clothing etc., are frowned upon here, so try and be more conservative in your attitude. Homosexuality is actually illegal in Muslim countries!

    Do not rely, solely, on travel books such as Lonely Planet and Rough Guide. Though they do give a lot of good information, they do not explain everything, or how to help if you get into problems. Too many people have come to Egypt armed with one of these books, and have left, totally disappointed with their trip, vowing never to return again!

    If you are travelling alone, or in a couple, and wish to organize everything yourself, please let the hotel know your plans before you leave. If you should get lost, the hotel will be able to act on your behalf! Also, take a note of the hotel’s name and telephone number, in case you do get lost, or change your plans.

    If you wish to organize everything yourself, be prepared for the occasional “rip-off”. Like many other tourist destinations, Egypt has its “wolves”, those who prey on unsuspecting travelers. Often the total cost of an excursion can be a lot more than if you had arranged it through your hotel, or a travel agent, and a lot less enjoyable.

    Never drink the tap water! It is okay to wash, shower and clean your teeth with it, but not advised to drink. Bottled water is cheap and plentiful; use it instead!

    In Egypt they drive on the right, be careful when crossing roads. Take special care in Cairo, where the traffic is a lot busier than in other Egyptian cities – especially outside the Egyptian museum! UK and Japanese travelers should be extra careful, as you will be used to traffic driving on the left.

    Get your visa at your destination airport; it often works out cheaper than getting it at home. Also you can exchange your $, £ or Euro at the same time – the conversion rate is far better in Egypt! (More on visas here)

    If you are going to be using the Sleeper Train service, please try and make your reservation in advance. For help with this, try here.

    Internal flights by Egypt Air must be booked in advance as well. For help with this, try here.

    Ask your hotel’s reception desk for help and/or advise. They will know the best taxis, tour companies etc. and will let you know. Some hotels can also take bookings for excursions.

    Do not be scared of being part of a group for excursions. These groups have leaders (a tour guide and/or Egyptologist) who will help with problems, explain about the site you are visiting, arrange transport (if necessary!) etc., things you would find difficult if you tried it alone. You will also find that you will get less hassle if you are part of a group! Many traders will not approach a group of people, but they will approach a lone traveler or a couple.

    When you pay for a group excursion, the price includes everything except for tips (sometimes admission prices are not included). This includes transport, a driver, a tour guide, tolls etc. Some longer excursions may even include a stop for lunch (often included in the price too). Many will take you to places where Ancient crafts are still practiced, giving you the chance to buy good quality merchandise at low prices.

    Buy (and drink) plenty of water. You will find it a lot cheaper to buy in the various shops, than buying at your hotel or cruise boat. You may not drink a lot of water at home, but make sure you do in Egypt. It is very easy to become dehydrated if you don’t.

    Remember that Egypt is a 3rd world country, and has many poor people who think that all tourists are rich, no matter where they come from in the world! Learn the phrase “La Shukran” (No thank you!) and don’t be afraid to say it to anyone who tries to sell you anything, or asks for “baksheesh”. Believe it or not, it does work. Please do not say “Emshi” (as many tour books advise), this can be taken as an insult.

    If you forget the expression “La Shukran” just politely say “No thank you” and walk away. Don’t get abusive to the trader; he is only trying to feed his family.

    If you feel that someone is being too pushy, let a member of the Tourist Police know. You will see them everywhere in Egypt and their job is to protect you.

    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/hintsandtips.html

  22. Hamdy Says:

    Sufi dancing

    Sufi whirling (or Sufi spinning), is a physically active meditation which originated among Sufis, and which is still practiced by the Sufi Dervishes of the Mevlevi order. It is a customary dance performed within the Sema, or worship ceremony, through which dervishes (also called semazens) aim to reach the source of all perfection, or kemal. This is sought through abandoning one’s nafs, egos or personal desires, by listening to the music, focusing on God, and spinning one’s body in repetitive circles, which has been seen as a symbolic imitation of planets in the Solar System orbiting the sun.

    As explained by Sufis:

    In the symbolism of the Sema ritual, the semazen’s camel’s hair hat (sikke) represents the tombstone of the ego; his wide, white skirt represents the ego’s shroud. By removing his black cloak, he is spiritually reborn to the truth. At the beginning of the Sema, by holding his arms crosswise, the semazen appears to represent the number one, thus testifying to God’s unity. While whirling, his arms are open: his right arm is directed to the sky, ready to receive God’s beneficence; his left hand, upon which his eyes are fastened, is turned toward the earth. The semazen conveys God’s spiritual gift to those who are witnessing the Sema. Revolving from right to left around the heart, the semazen embraces all humanity with love. The human being has been created with love in order to love. Mevlâna Jalâluddîn Rumi says, “All loves are a bridge to Divine love. Yet, those who have not had a taste of it do not know!”

    Origin

    Mevlevi dervishes whirling in Pera by Jean-Baptiste van Mour

    In the 12th century, Sufi fraternities (tariqa) were first organized as an established leadership in which a member followed a prescribed discipline in service to a sheikh or master in order to establish rapport with him. A member of such a fraternity is referred to as a Persian darwish.These turuk (plural of tariqa) were responsible for organizing an Islamic expression of religious life, often founded by independent saints or resulted from the division of existing orders. Each Sufi tariqa stems from a unique silsila, or “chain of order” in which a member must learn, as the silsila binds each member to Allah through one’s chain of order. One’s silsila extends through the member’s individual teacher, to their teacher and so on, through time until one is connected to the Prophet and thus Allah.The Prophet himself is revered as the originator of Sufism, which has in turn been traced down through a series of saints

    Practice

    A dervish practices multiple rituals, the primary of which is the dhikr, a remembering of Allah. The dhikr involves recitation of devotional Islamic prayer. This dhikr is coupled with physical exertions of movement, specifically dancing and whirling, in order to reach a state assumed by outsiders to be one of “ecstatic trances” but which is actually one, not of trance, but of great lucidity and clarity. Among the Mevlevi order, the practice of dhikr is performed in a traditional dress: a tennure, a sleeveless white frock, the destegul, a long sleeved jacket, a belt, and a black overcoat or khirqa to be removed before the whirling begins. As the ritual dance begins, the dervish dons a felt cap, a sikke, in addition to a turban wrapped around the head, a trademark of the Mevlevi order. The sheikh leads the ritual with strict regulations. To begin,

    The sheikh stands in the most honored corner of the dancing place, and the dervishes pass by him three times, each time exchanging greetings, until the circling movement starts. The rotation itself is on the left foot, the center of the rotation being the ball of the left foot and the whole surface of the foot staying in contact with the floor. The impetus for the rotation is provided by the right foot, in a full 360-degree step. If a dervish should become too enraptured, another Sufi, who is in charge of the orderly performance, will gently touch his frock in order to curb his movement, The dance of the dervishes is one of the most impressive features of the mystical life in Islam, and the music accompanying it is of exquisite beauty, beginning with the great hymn in honor of the Prophet (na’t-i sharif, written by Jalaluddin himself) and ending with short, enthusiastic songs, some things sung in Turkish.

    The Western world, having witnessed Sufi whirling through tourism, has described the various forms of dhikr as “barking, howling, dancing, etc.” The practice of each tariqa is unique to its individual order, specific traditions and customs may differ across countries. The same tariqa in one country will not mirror that of another country as each order’s ritual stresses “emotional religious life” in various forms.The Mevleviyah order, like many others, practices the dhikr by performing a whirling meditation. Accompanying the dhikr practices of whirling and prayer, the custom of sama serves to further one’s “nourishment of the soul” through devotional “hearing” of the “‘subtle’ sounds of the hidden world or of the cosmos.” In contrast to the use of sama, whirling and devotional prayer in the practice of dhikr, the tariqa orders perform Sufi whirling in addition to playing musical instruments, consuming glowing embers, live scorpions and glass, puncturing body parts with needles and spikes, or practicing clairvoyance and levitation.The dervish practice can be performed by community residents or lay members, members have typically been those of lower classes. Within Islamic faith, unlike Middle Eastern law, women have equal status to men, allowing women to participate in dhikr as dervishes themselves.Women were received into a tariqa order by a male sheikh, but traditionally were instructed to practice the dhikr alone or with an established branch of females within a specific order. Sufi whirling, a worship of dhikr, became a gender and class neutral practice throughout the Central Islamic region.

    http://www.professortravel-egypt.com/sufidancingshow.html

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