In the days of Yeshua the "Mideasterners" were Black. Yeshua was from the Nazarite people from present day Ethiopia. The Nazarites were nomads, b/c they were similar to evangelists, travelling around the land to proclaim prophesy, which is apart of why if you look in the Bible, so notice Yeshua traveled quite a bit. I'm not sure where Abraham was born, but I know that he was born during the rein of the Nubian Empire, and being an empire these African innovators lived and traveled around the world. So, he could have very well been born in Levant, but still been what we call "Black" today.<quoted text>
Wrong. The Hebrews were Mideasterners. They were from the Levant. Abraham was born in the northern Levant, not in Chaldea.
Including Black people, I know that is my point.He later lived in Chaldea, as did many people from diverse Semitic ethnic groups.
Jesus was not even his Hebrew name, this was the name given to him by the Romans, his name is Yeshua. And once again, during the time of Yeshua Africans still lived around the world, however Yeshua's people were still originally from Ethiopia. Just b/c you place an African in North America, doesn't mean that he is no longer African, he is African b/c his people originated in Africa.Jesus, Moses and the Hebrews generally were Mideastern Semites, and not black. This is proven.
Jeff Goldblum is Anglo and Khazaran Jew. Anglos didn't exist until centuries later, and the Khazaran were not in Egypt until centuries later. You're incorrect.Given that Lower Egypt was mixed, Moses could have looked like Jeff Goldblum and still hidden there.
Caucasian people didn't on exist until 7,000 or 8,000 years ago. Centuries after Yeshua. At that time, the land was not even called Eurasia, nor were there any white people in existence at that time.The Hebrews were in the Delta, where they built Rameses' storage city, and that is the most Eurasian part of Egypt.
What I see is that you have no idea what you're talking about, and you are centuries off, at least a millennium.And so, you have no case for a black Moses nor black Jesus.
LMAO, not even close, chief. Mary wasn't even her original name, that was the name King James gave her LOL. Her original name was Miryam, and she was a woman of the Nazarite. She was from Galilee, land provided by King Solomon, who is related to the last King of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie I, who himself identified as a Black man. Like I said, you're off by centuries.I'm quite sure that Jesus' mother Mary closely resembled Sarah Silverman.