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Slavery And The Making Of America

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From Babylon To Timbuktu On Page 84 It Say In The Year 65 B.C. The Roman Armies Under General Pompey Captured Jerusalem. In 70 A.D. General Vespasian And His Son, Titus Put An End To The Jewish State, With Great Slaughter. During The Period Of The Military Governors Of Palestine, Many Outrages And Atrocities Were Committed Against The Residue Of The People. During The Period From Pompey To Julius, It Has Been Estimated That Over 1,000,000 Jews Fled Into Africa, Fleeing From Roman Persecurtion And Slavery. The Slave Markets Were Full Of Black Jewish Slaves.The Southern Kingdom consist of the so-called "Negro" tribes of the Nation of Israel, who predominately came from the coast of the West Africa to America and the Caribbean islands by way of cargo slave ships, which can be read in Deuteronomy 28:68. If you look in the areas of Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Timbuktu, Ethiopia & Egypt, a large population of Judah, Benjamin and Levi still exist in these areas today. The Southern Kingdom Tribes are:Benjamin - So called Jamaicans / Trinidadians / GuyaneseJudah - So called African Americans / NegroesLevi - So called Haitians If you pick up and read any book on slavery in the United States, You will see that the slaves would call the slave owner MASSA not MASTER but MASSA. We have been taught that the slaves were speaking broken English, so they would pronounce MASSA instead of master because of their dialect That's not the whole truth MASSA is a Hebrew word that means burden / oppressor(strong's concordance 4853, 4854). Those slave masters put heavy burdens on the slaves. So that's why the slaves called them Massa.Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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