From archaeological excavations done across the ancient Afro-Asiatic Dominion, it is clear that there existed a form of writing during the Neolithic period based upon the Thinite script of the Nilo-Saharans (5000-3000 BC). This system of writing consisted of marks made on pottery and the symbols are rather uniform from the Nile to Southern India.
Perhaps the world's oldest known from of writing, the pottery marks have been termed of what some "Proto Saharan" but they also could be termed "Old Nubian."
Many of these symbols correspond to the symbols of the old Arabian scripts, especially Thamudic and Nabataean scripts which mention Horus. Similar symbols are found on Yahu seals from Judah dating to the seventh century B.C.
Related reading: Pottery Marks - Evidence for Early Writing Practices in Thinite Egypt and Early Dynastic Mesopotamia; The Afro-Asiatic Dominion; The Aleph as Ox Head, Thamudic Scripts; The Urheimat of the Canaanite Y; The Proto-Elamite Script; The Genetic Unity of Black African Elamite, Dravidian and Sumerian Languages by Clyde A. Winters; 70,000 Year Old Settlement Discovered in Sudan
does the horite bloodline still exist among us today? if so, what name do they go by and where are they located? thank you aliceReplyDelete
There are Horites among the Jews (though not Gentile converts to Judaism) and among the Arabs of the Arabian Peninsula. See this: http://jandyongenesis.blogspot.com/2011/06/some-jews-and-arabs-have-common-horite.htmlReplyDelete
are there any among african americansReplyDelete
Yes. The ruler-priest gene is found among some African Americans.Delete
There are no records of Jesus not marrying, being Hebrew, he probably followed the Hebrew tradition of marrying... I've read that "adopted daughters" were another way of claiming another wife among Semitic peoples, perhaps fitting the 'sister' or cousin' wife position.ReplyDelete
You are welcome to believe that Jesus married, but that is not the tradition received from the Apostles and others who knew Him. Jesus knew who He was and that a central part of His mission was to die and rise again in fulfillment of the expectation of the Righteous Ruler. Men facing violent death do not take on the responsibility of a wife and children. As a Horite, He adhered to the pattern of this Horim. His two wives are the faithful before His Incarnation who trusted in His appearing, and the faithful after His incarnation who trusted that He was the Promised Messiah. The latter is called the Church.ReplyDelete