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From Babel to Abram Africa is the Land of Shem

From Babel to Abram, it is slowly being proven that Africa is the Land of Shem. We have inherited unprofitable lies and things have been turned upside down.

Where should we start?

Let’s start after the flood.

Genesis chapter 9 marks the beginning of a new era after the great flood. The same great flood that wiped out all living creatures on earth except for Noah, his family, and the animals he saved in the ark. 

The Great Creator enriched Noah and his sons and established a covenant with them, and promised never to destroy the earth with a flood again. As a sign of this covenant, the Great Creator created the rainbow to appear in the sky after rain.

Noah planted a vineyard, but he became drunken and was uncovered in his tent by his son Ham. When Noah wokes up and learned what happened, he cursed Ham’s son Canaan.

May Be a Fabrication…???!!!

We (BSM) now believe this story was either made up or twisted around to fit a narrative that Canaan was cursed; this is to the modern-day belief that the people of Canaan were and are black people of southern Africa.

Zondervan bible dictionary described the sons of Ham making it known the Hamites are not today’s “negroes.” Thus we believe Ham himself was cursed and thus sent off the continent as a result. But that is speculative for now.

the Tower of Babel

In Genesis chapter 11, the story of the Tower of Babel is told. This is where the people under the leadership of Nimrod attempted to build a tower that would reach to the heavens. However, the Great Creator confused their language, causing them to speak different languages which eventually caused them to scatter across the continent and earth.

This marked the beginning of the nations (Genesis 10). Each nation that formed took upon its own gods. Their rulers became gods, in a sense, in the eyes of the people, and the rulers followed these false gods. The nations did not follow the Great Creator or the Great Spirit.

Here is why the scripture in Deuteronomy 32:8 says, “When the most High divided to the nations their inheritance, when He separated the sons of Adam, He set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Israel. 9, For the LORD’s portion, is His people; Jacob is the lot of his inheritance.”

We have the nations and we have the Great Creator’s nation.

And the Great Creator is on a mission to pull His people who want, out of the nations and have them attach themselves to His nation, the house of Akobe (Jacob). This is where the rise of what the scripture calls “the Hebrews (Bantus),” comes in. From the seed of Arphaxad, son of Shem, was a man named Abram who was living among the people of Aram, who also is a son of Shem.

In Genesis chapter 12, Abram is called to leave his homeland (Ur, Sumer, Mesopotamia). He was commanded to go to a new land that the Great Creator would show him. The Great Creator promised to make Abram’s name great, to enrich him, and make him an enrichment to others.

Abram obeyed and took his wife Sarai and his nephew Lot with him. When they reached the land of Canaan, the Great Creator appeared to Abram and promised to give the land (of Canaan) to his offspring. However, due to a famine, they had to go to Egypt temporarily.

In Egypt

While there, Abram told Pharaoh that Sarai was his sister. From this, she was taken into Pharaoh’s house to become one of his wives. However, the Great Creator punished Pharaoh and his household with plagues until they realize the truth about Sarai and Abram, and released Sarai and her husband.

Abram left Egypt and went back to the land of Canaan. Friends, the Bible says he went south.

He went SOUTH!

In Genesis chapter 13, Abram and Lot return to the land of Canaan, which is south, back to where they were before the famine. However, their herders begin to quarrel over grazing land. Abram suggested they separate to keep the peace.

Abram, allowed Lot to choose the land he wanted first. Lot chose the Jordan Valley, while Abram settled in Canaan. The Great Creator appeared to Abram again, promising to give him all the land he can see in every direction, (eventually) including the land chosen by Lot.

The Great Creator’s Character Shown

Throughout these chapters, it is clear to see the Great Creator’s faithfulness to His promises, His judgment on sin, and His mercy towards those who obey Him. Noah’s obedience in building the ark and Abram’s obedience in leaving his homeland are both examples of faith that the Great Creator honors.

The Tower of Babel shows the danger of human pride and rebellion against the Great Creator. These stories serve as a foundation for the rest of the Bible. They show the Great Creator’s plan for salvation and His desire for a relationship with His people.

What we should also see as it pertains to inheriting lies and having things turned upside down on us, we clearly see Abram did not go north into Canaan from Egypt. He went south into Canaan, from Egypt.

Africa is the Land of Shem …

…and Sub-Saharan Africa is the land of the children of Abram, Isaac, and Jacob, or as we are calling them going forward, Abram, Isaaka, and Akobe (the more African style of their names).

To be continued…


Minister Koko
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