Were Israelites Black?

We’ll return to the origins of the occult next time. I’ve been having some writer’s block lately, but managed to scrounge up some material for this post while engaging in an internet argument (nobody wins internet arguments, by the way). I realize this is a risky post, but it deals with a question that many ask. Let’s dive in.

Why are we asking this question?!!

I know, I know, this is an inflammatory question to try and answer. But after coming across many black supremacist (Afro-centrist) websites in my researches of other subjects, I’d like to set the record straight. The people of Judah were not black Africans. They were pure descendants of Shem, meaning they kept free from the postdiluvian Nimrod-Nephilim hybrids created at the tower of Babel (increasingly, I think these were the Neanderthals, Denisovans, and the unnamed hominid that mixed with sub-Saharan Africans). The Africans are descended from Ham, one of Noah’s other sons. Europeans more or less came from Japheth. I’ve met lovely people of all skin colors and cultures, so let’s just make sure this is a purely historical analysis, and not meant to argue the superiority of one race over another.

Now, we will go over the examples from scripture and from history, as well as miscellaneous evidences.


Hyksos People, translated as “rulers of foreign lands”; considered to be “Asiatic”, which probably means just east of Egypt.

Shem, son of Noah, direct ancestor of Jesus: He, in Egyptian Mythology, is associated with Set or Seth (see Hislop’s Two Babylons), the “evil” storm god who killed and dismembered Osiris (just bear with me). Set was described as having red hair, or at least his followers were considered to have had red hair. He represented the red haired foreigners taking over the leadership of Egypt, which brings us to the Hyksos people. According to wikipedia, “The Hyksos King Apophis is recorded as worshiping Set exclusively.” Who were the Hyksos? The word Hyksos is translated to mean “rulers of foreign lands”. Josephus seems to connect them with the Hebrews in Egypt, therefore, the Israelites may have been the red haired people of Egypt that were followers of the red haired Set (in reality Shem, the slayer of Nimrod of Babylon who ruled remotely over Egypt as Narmer via Thoth, AKA Kainam).

We know Ramses II was red haired, so yes, there were redheads in Egypt anciently. In fact, DNA evidence tells us that modern day Egyptians have MORE sub-saharan African DNA than the ancient Egyptians did, so they used to be fairer. But that is another discussion. If you don’t believe that fair skinned people were in Egypt because of the sun exposure, then consider the fact that Hyksos people used to cover themselves in red ochre as a sunscreen.

Sarai: Described as very fair. The Hebrew “yephath”, used for “beautiful” here, refers to not just beauty, but skin complexion according to some.  Since she was 65 years old by the time she and Abraham went to Egypt, it likely referred partially to her skin color. Else, why would the Egyptians consider her “fair” in her middle age enough to consider murdering Abraham over? Although the counterargument to this would be that Sarai and Abraham had not yet suffered from the full effect of shortened lifespans after the great flood. So 65 may have been more like what we think of as 40 today. HOWEVER… the same excuse – her “fairness” – is used to justify lying to another king about their relationship later on when Abraham enters another land, except she is 95 at this point!!!

Laban: means “white” This was the brother of Rebecca, Isaac’s wife. They were cousins.

Rachel: Genesis 29:17 “Leah was tender eyed; but Rachel was beautiful and well favoured.” The Hebrew “yephath”, used for “beautiful” here, refers to not just beauty, but skin complexion according to some. See Sarai above.

Esau: “The first to come out was red, and his whole body was like a hairy garment”. The color I’m guessing refers to his hair color since he was like a baby Wookie, or an Ewok. Jacob was his twin brother, so they probably had similar complexion and possibly both reddish hair.

King David: described as “ruddy”, or red skinned, meaning he was able to blush, or had fair skin.

King Solomon: Song of Solomon 5:10-16 “My beloved is white and ruddy, the chiefest among ten thousand. His head is as the most fine gold, his locks are bushy, and black as a raven. His eyes are as the eyes of doves by the rivers of waters, washed with milk, and fitly set. His cheeks are as a bed of spices, as sweet flowers: his lips like lilies, dropping sweet smelling myrrh. His hands are as gold rings set with the beryl: his belly is as bright ivory overlaid with sapphires. His legs are as pillars of marble, set upon sockets of fine gold: his countenance is as Lebanon, excellent as the cedars. His mouth is most sweet: yea, he is altogether lovely. This is my beloved, and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem.”

And,  “bright, and ruddy” (1 Samuel 17:42). So he has black hair, but it’s undeniable that white and ruddy, golden head, ivory belly, marble legs, all allude to Caucasian features.

DieBuche [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)], from Wikimedia Commons
Lamentations 4:7 – “Her Nazarites were purer than snow, they were whiter than milk, they were more ruddy in body than rubies, their polishing was of sapphire:”… Then it goes on to describe how burnt skin is black and stuck to the bones.

Shroud of Turin: Big question mark here as to the authenticity, but we’ll take a look anyway. Glean what you will from it.

Source: http://www.cormael.com/wp-content/uploads/elementor/thumbs/Shroud-of-Turin-nrhivxh7n6v9zkap1i27q7ggtsx8mi7drc7veyuj6w.png

So what did Jesus look like?

It shouldn’t be a big deal, but apparently people would have a problem if he was white. Seems to be a crime to be white these days. Anyway, Jesus was a direct and unmixed descendant of Shem. No non-shemitic blood in him. So he probably looked “ruddy” with either reddish or dark brown/black hair. I doubt blonde though, but there are blonde haired blue eyed people in the middle east and mummies all around the world. Don’t believe everything the Afro-centrists and anti-white racists say on the internet. I think this painting by Akiane (credit: Official Akiane Gallery) is probably accurate, especially since it was based on a vision she had and not just blind speculation. She was very particular with the model for the painting. Notice the Hebrew looking nose, but with brown hair.

Artwork by Akaine, https://akiane.com/product/jesus/ Views expressed in this blog are not intended to represent the views of this artist.


No, I am not of the blonde or red haired and blue eyed “Aryan” race. Just stating the facts here. Just setting the History channel straight after they tried to convince people that Jesus looked like a 40 year old three-headed (as opposed to fourheaded, judging from the number of fingers that fit on the forehead) Saddam Hussein with that stupid neanderthal expression on his face.

History Channel version of Jesus:

This is probably representative of what the Idumean people in places like Hebron looked like. I think the History Channel probably just dug up some old bones in the area of Jerusalem and based this “reconstruction” on those bones.

Saddam Hussein:


Neanderthal with stupid facial expression:

Neanderthal reconstruction by John Gurche


I’m convinced there is a concerted effort to disenfranchise the West of Christianity. And, of course, they (the “Illuminati” people) play the race card. What it boils down to is that people want a Messiah that they can relate to. I think it just becomes harder to relate to someone when they look different than you and have a totally different culture. In the end, it shouldn’t matter what race He was or is. We are all children of God, and he does not discriminate when it comes to salvation.

And as a final disclaimer, it is entirely possible that I’ve come to the wrong conclusion. The people of the Middle East have probably been mixing together for a couple thousand years, at least. It’s hard to tell what anyone used to look like. Then… this whole subject segues into the deeper question of “Where did the races come from?” If we all come from Noah, then why the diversity? That’s for another time though, nor have I figured that one out… yet.

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