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The image of the Afro-textured hair men above is the TRUE IMAGE of the ancient Israelites, courtesy of the British Museum in London. Notice the head hair and that of the beard is the same Afro-textured hair. This shows or means, the hair on their head is not a hairstyle but the hair in its natural state. The following is an image of people living today with the same type of Afro-textured hair.

Afro-textured hair African woman

 Please note, afro-textured hair is the term used to refer to the natural texture of Black African hair that has not been altered by hot combs, flat irons, or chemicals (through perming, relaxing, or straightening). The image above is that of Hebrews in captivity to the Assyrians. Therefore, their hair as we see it, is in its natural state or condition. Compare the texture of their hair to that of the image of the African woman shown here. As you can see the hair texture is the same.

With hair-style like that, without a doubt those are black people. It is only black people of African origin that have afro-textured hair. But how can that be? I will not be surprised if you are thinking: I made a mistake. No I did not! That is the exact appearance of the ancient Israelites. The images of the ancient Israelites are on public display at the British Museum in London. You can see them for yourself free-of-charge by visiting the museum. The image you are looking at, is one of many similar depiction of the ancient Israelites by the Assyrians who conquered and drove Israel into exile.

 Yes the ancient Israelites were black people. The evidence is clear from the images shown on this site taken from the British Museum in London. Unless some doubters wanna say there are other people who also sport afro-textured hair but are not considered black people. That will be a joke, off course. So there you have it; the Hebrew were black people and since they wrote the Bible these revelations changes everything about black people and the Bible. That in fact, the Bible is the ultimate Black History Book.


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 However, the following are some images of modern Jews who also claim to be descendants of the Afro-textured hair people the Assyrians took into slavery and exile. See for yourself if you can tell any resemblance between the image of the genuine Hebrews above and the pictures of the pretenders below.


So what do you think? Do you think these people could in anyway be descendants of the Afro-textured hair men above?

What exactly is the story between the Afro-textured hair men above and the white long haired Europeans who claim to be descended from them?

 Find out the shocking truth. Read the FREE information in the sample pages of the Black History book; "The Call To the Hebrews."

 Find out what others are saying after reading the black history book: "The Call to the Hebrews." READ REVIEWS OF THE BOOK ON AMAZON


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