Sunday, February 15, 2015

Israel The Ultimate Dispersal Part Two

The power of life and death is in the tongue Proverbs 18:21
             I have for several articles running been dealing with the issue of history and race.  It became necessary for me to dig into the past because it is the past which affects our present and future as mankind.  If you live in America, then you know that it very difficult to get away from the issues of race no matter how hard some of us may try and the reason for that is because under this period of the times of gentiles, an honest report of the past has been scuffled in the name of racial expediency.  I understand that is it basic human nature to want to stay at the top once you get there and it necessitates from a carnal viewpoint doing anything to maintain that number one spot, but there will forever be a discomfort for the (at least astute) people who live under the foot of the king of the day, that there is something wrong with the picture I am presented. 
No one in their thoughtful mind wants to continue under the governance which exist today on the earth and as surely as the Black (The sons of Ham) empires had their day, the time of the gentiles under Whites (The sons of Japheth) must surely have their day as well.  There are many aspects that I appreciate about being born in America, but it exist under the ruler of darkness of this world as any other place, and spiritually and naturally I am a stranger in this land with my heart longing for the appearance of the author and finisher of my faith.
            With that being said I turn now to the ultimate dispersal of Israel.  I imagine in the days leading up to the end of his time on earth that Jesus spent many hours in silent contemplation of the events that would soon transpire.  He had been birthed into a difficult nation of people sent to do something of great spiritual value that the masses of them would never understand.  It would not matter at the end of the day what kind of holiness of life, integrity of spirit accompanied by miracle working power he would display on their behalf, at the end of it all the result would be the same as it had been for many prophets before him-death.  Luke 19:41, reports that when he drew near Jerusalem, he wept over it, but I think he was convulsed in wracking sobs as he spoke what her enemies would do to her and of that which would have brought her peace but was now hidden from her.
 He bemoaned that these devastating occurrences would be because she “did not know the time of her visitation.”   Before a crown of thorns was ever thrust in his head and spear into his side, he wailed, O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the one who kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to her! How often I wanted to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chick under her wings, and in consummate speaking, he cried, “See! Your house is left to you desolate.”  As his date with destiny neared, he knew that he came unto his own but his own received him not as they asked for Barabbas to be released and for him to be crucified, saying, “His blood be on us and our children.”   As Jesus spoke and experienced all these events, the principalities and powers must have attentively watched and when the day came that the sword would befall Jerusalem just as Jesus spoke, they knew the maintenance of their position depended upon the identity of the people of Jerusalem being lost and obscured overtime with the very words of Jesus helping in that mission.  With their human helpers in sync even for some unknowingly, the cosmic game to prevent the conclusion of the age was on and everything plus the kitchen sink was surely in play.
            There was a tendency in the history of Israel to seek refuge in Egypt whenever they were on the losing end of conflicts.  It would be in keeping with their custom that this would be the case when Roman forces attacked and destroyed Jerusalem in 70 AD.  In Jeremiah 42, Jeremiah the prophet warned a remnant of Judah in fear of attack from the Chaldeans “Do not go to Egypt!” or they would still meet harm there, but in their characteristic lack of following directions they did anyway and suffered the consequences.  Rudolf Windsor in From Babylon To Timbuktu states, “During the period from Pompey to Julius, it has been estimated that over 1,000,000 million Jews fled into Africa, fleeing from Roman persecution and slavery.  The slave markets were full of black Jewish slaves.”  
He further maintains that around 115 AD. The Romans attacked Jews residing in Asia and North Africa due to a rebellion causing migration further into Northwest African countries such as Tunisia and Algeria with some moving even further south and into the Sahara Desert and the Sudan.  Without being exhaustive, Windsor further established that the Jews would be migrating due most often to constant persecution from Roman Christian forces and then Arab Islamic forces on the continent of Africa.  Additionally, he provides that the Arabs, Moors and Sudanic writers attribute to the ancient Black African Hebrews the establishment of the first empires in Western Africa such as Ghana.  
From the little I have written it can be seen that the Jews were fleeing into the countries of  Africa whether they were facing pressure from Roman Christian side in places such as Spain or from the Islamic Arab side, but it would not be until Black dominance was ultimately broken and the defeat of the moors in 1492 by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella surely heralded this as Windsor states, “For the first time since the year 711 all of Spain was in Christian hands,” that Jesus’ prophecy of Jerusalem’s house being left desolate would truly begin to take shape as Windsor observes, "with strange coincidence the last group of Jews did not leave Spain until August 2, 1492 which was the 9th of Ab  the fast day which is reminiscent of the destruction of the first and second temple."  

        Also, he notes that 1492 ended the reign of the last Jewish King of Ghana.  What follows next in history for Africa particularly west is the Atlantic slave trade and the prophecy by Jesus of Jerusalem’s inhabitants being taken captive by the nations is set to be fulfilled and with all of the black/brown people of the world being brought into subjection to “White” Japheth you have now the ultimate dispersal because there would be no people of color who could remotely sympathize with let alone aid or harbor the people whose ancestors chorused so carelessly  on that fateful day “His blood be on us and our children.”