Alice C. Linsley
Abraham was the son of Terah (Tera). Terah is a title that indicates a priest among the Ainu of Hokkaido and Okinawa and among Abraham's proto-Saharan Nilotic ancestors. The title was found among the rulers of the Annu rulers who inhabited the Upper Nile and migrated widely between 15,000 and 10,000 years ago. Ainu sometimes appears in ancient texts as Anu, Annu or Hannu. The Ainu were originally a Nilotic people.
Terah was apparently an Ainu priest and a descendant of Nimrod. The title Tera-neter means priest of God. The top notch at the front of the head gear shown in this image is like that found on the head wear of Ainu elders in Hokkiado and identical to that worn by the Ainu elder of Estern Canada. (See those images here.)
The Ainu) were aboriginal peoples of the Upper Nile. They were the first rulers of the Lower Nile. One of their sanctuaries was called Annu, the original name for Heliopolis, Biblical On. The prestige of this ancient shrine is evident from the fact that the pyramids of Giza, Saqqara, and Abusir were aligned to the obelisk at On.
The Ainu were seafarers and had a written language which they introduced to the lands where they traveled and settled. Ainu scribe-priests had a syllabic writing system, like Hebrew. The first peoples of Japan were Ainu. The earlier name for Japan was "Wa."
There are many connections between Japanese and African words. For example, the name Isahi appears to be a variant of Esau or Issa. Kishi appears to be a variant of Kish and Kush. The word Obito is the title for a regional chief in Japan, as in Obito-no-Oji (Emperor Shomu). This is related to the Edo/Edomite word for chief or ruler, which is Oba. The first ruler of Petra was the King Obodas. The original name of Tokyo was Edo.
According to the Nihon Shoki, a scribe called Wani Kishi brought Kata to Japan. The Kojiki indicates that Wani Kishi arrived sometime after 372, but before 375 AD. Kata was a priestly syllabic system, similar to Hebrew. Wa-kishi is an African term found among the Ba-Kaonde of Northern Rhodesia. It refers to the ancestors to which they offer prayers at a family altar called a chipanda. This resembles the Shinto family shrine.
The Ainu reportedly had a red skin tone and their men wore beards. The Bible notes that the Edomites of Genesis 36 and David had a red skin tone. Esau was born hairy and red. The Nubian ancestry of these people has largely been overlooked because of a common misconception that all Nubians are black. However, paintings on the tombs and monuments of ancient Egypt show both black and red Nubians.
|Red and black Nubian captives|