Is the Bible African History demonstrates that a great many biblical characters have been taken from the annals of African legend and history.
Long a subject of passionate interest to Afro-Celtic author and historian Neil M. C. Sinclair, the resurrection of the African soul from systematic suppression dating back to the dawn of Western civilization will, at last, reunite black people with their rightful place in the history of the human family.
In this highly significant work of historical research, Sinclair examines the Pyramid Texts and other hieroglyphic writings detailing the history of the ancient Land of Khem, otherwise known as the Nile Valley civilization, and cross-references them with the original Torah of the Yahuds, the African priesthood whose devotees were exiled as followers of the rebellious eighteenth-dynasty pharaoh Akhenaten.
Thus, you will witness the amazing transformation of black African figures from history and legend into many of the Hebrew characters of the Bible.
But this is not the most astounding consequence of reading this book, for within these pages, you will discover the hidden cause of all racial, ethnic, and religious struggle and warfare that plagues our world today.
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About the Author
Afro-Celtic author Neil M. C. Sinclair is a well-respected local historian and native of Tiger Bay, the oldest multiethnic community in Wales, and a graduate of the University of California.
He has written extensively on the history of this unique region in The Tiger Bay Story, The Cardiff Bay Experience, Endangered Tiger-A Community under Threat, Voodoo Detective, and most recently, A Nightmare in Yemen, which concerns the Welsh-Yemeni community within Butetown, the official name of the area that includes Tiger Bay. Additionally, he can be seen conducting a history tour on YouTube in A Stroll through Tiger Bay and heard narrating Tiger Bay Nation, an animated film. He received the Diversity Awards Wales Certificate in 2002.