"And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people

who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment

as a way to explain their frustrations."

-- Barack Obama, April 2, 2008

Why is it no longer a war on "terror"? #4

footnote (2)

The Luhya oral literature of origin suggest a migration into their present-day locations from the north: virtually all sub-ethnic groups claim to have migrated first south from Misri (Egypt). In one of the Luhya dialects Maragoli, the word 'Abaluhya' or 'Avaluhya' is pronounced as A(b/v)a-roo-shia, which means "the people of the North," "the people of the higher place," "the people from the North," or simply "Northerners." Misri, what is now known as Egypt to much of the world, is directly to the north of what is now called Kenya.

Luhyas travelled south along the Nile River, as they fled Egypt, before settling in the area of what is now Northern Kenya, Southern Ethiopia, Southern Sudan and Northern Uganda. Their ruler at the time was Kitanga. The Turkana later came to occupy this place and called it Lok-Kitang meaning the place of Kitang (Lokitaung) is a modern Northern Kenyan town).

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There are a couple of different variations of the Hebrew word "Adam" and each one means something slightly different. The Adam mentioned after the 7th day, means "ruddy" complexion. The only place ruddy is used is to describe Jesus's blood line (besides Genesis) Lam 4:2, 1 Sam 16:12 & 17:42, Song of Solomon 5:10).

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Genesis 4

1And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD.

2And she again (in Hebrew this is "continued" - they were fraternal twins - this is also why they offered on the same day to God) bare his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground.

What you have to answer is why Cain said this:

9And the LORD said unto Cain, Where is Abel thy brother? And he said, I know not: Am I my brother's keeper?

The brother's keeper was a male of the family that would raise up seed if the brother died to carry on his name and property rights. Plus, marry the widow if needed.

It was because he was not of his brother's blood line, they had different fathers.

If you read Genesis 5 you will not find Cain listed because Adam was not Cains father. Likewise, go to Gen 4 :17 and read the complete genealogy of Cain, you will not find Adam listed in it because Cain was not Adam's son.

So no one from a Kenite line can be truly black, unlike someone from a Cush tribe.

You will see one Hebrew meaning of Kenite is oriental. So, a Kenite can even appear white, which is why I said you judge people by their actions, not by skin color. As Jesus said to the Kenites, if they believed on him, they would not longer be of their father Satan, but, of God. That is the true test.

Genesis 4:25

25And Adam knew his wife again; and she bare a son, and called his name Seth: For God, said she, hath appointed me another seed instead of Abel, whom Cain slew.

Why didn't Eve say "instead of Cain" since being the 1st to come out he would have been the 1st in lineage? They list ER being the 1st born of Judah, even though God killed him. ER was born of a Canaanite mother.



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