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The Kushite peoples are descendants of Kush and Kush's sons Ramah and Nimrod. Kush is listed in Genesis 10 as one of Noah's grandsons. Noah lived about 2490-2415 B.C. when the Sahara was wet.

Kush was the father of Nimrod, a great kingdom builder of the ancient

world. Wherever the Kushite rulers went they were served by royal

priests, scribes, warriors, and craftsmen. The ruler-priests built

shrines and temples on the major water systems and collected taxes for

commerce along the waters they controlled. They also weighed, measured

and evaluated goods (Lev. 27).



Among these peoples were Nilo-Saharans, red and black Nubians and Ainu.

Ainu is also spelled Annu, or Anu or Hannu. Here is an image of an

ancient Ainu priest from the Upper Nile (Nubia). Priests were called

"tera" and Abraham's father held this title (Gen. 11:24-28). In the

image below we find the distinctive beard, headdress, and staff of the

Habiru among the Ainu.

                                     Notice this portion of philliphine history it's in the Blood

A study on blood groups and proteins in the 1950s suggested that the Andamanese

were more closely related to Oceanic peoples than Africans. Genetic

studies on Philippine Negritos, based on polymorphic blood enzymes and

antigens, showed they were similar to surrounding Asian populations.[8] Genetic testing places all the Onge and all but two of the Great Andamanese in the mtDNA Haplogroup M

found in East Africa, East Asia, and South Asia, suggesting that the

Negritos are at least partly descended from a migration originating in

eastern Africa as much as 60,000 years ago. This migration is

hypothesized to have followed a coastal route through India and into

Southeast Asia, which is sometimes referred to as the Great Coastal Migration

Analysis of mtDNA coding sites indicated that these Andamanese fall

into a subgroup of M not previously identified in human populations in

Africa and Asia. These findings suggest an early split from the

population of migrants from Africa; the descendants of these migrants

would eventually populate the entire habitable world.[8] Haplogroup C-M130 and haplogroup D-M174 are believed to represent Y-DNA in the migration.[11]

A recent genetic study found that unlike other early groups in Malesia, Andamanese Negritos lack the Denisovan hominin admixture

in their DNA, while other Negrito groups may show some varying degree

of Denisovan ancestry. Denisovan ancestry is found among indigenous Melanesian and Australian populations between 4-6% [12] 
(Compare this image to images of the Eastern Canadian Ainu and the Ainu of Northern Japan.)



Abraham's Ainu ancestors knew the Holy Name YHWY.  The Holy Name has

been traced back to the Upper Nile, the region from which Abraham's

ancestors came. Moses knew that Name because his father Amram was Habiru and Moses' half-sister wife was Kushite.



The Bible speaks of these rulers as "the mighty men of old."

They were kingdom builders who built cities, shrines and temples, and

they controlled commerce on the major water systems of the ancient

world. They migrated out of the Upper Nile Valley in different

directions, but the main movement was to the east.



                                                              Moving to Asia 



DNA evidence

confirms the Kushite migration out of the Nile Valley. There were many

migrations out of Africa. The first took place about 120,000 years ago

and the second about 70,000 years ago. The Kushite expansion is the most

recent, about 5500 years ago, and it coincided with the spread of the

Horite religion by the Habiru/Hebrew.





Biblical anthropology has been instrumental in confirming links between Abraham's Nilo-Saharan ancestors and some peoples living in Eastern Canada, Northern Japan and The Philippines. Linguistics also has played an important role in reconstruction of the movement of Nilotic peoples out of Africa.





About 5200 years ago one of Abraham's very famous ancestors established a

kingdom in the Tigris-Euphrates Valley. His name was Nimrod (of Nilotic

origin), and he was a Kushite kingdom builder.

The language of his kingdom is called Akkadian and it is related to the

languages of the peoples who lived along the Nile and in Southern

Arabia.



Tracing languages is the work of comparative linguistics. Tracing

involves looking for relationships between words in different languages

by comparing phonemes. Phonemes are basic units of sound. The greatest

diversity of phonemes is found closer to the point of origin in the

region of Africa from which Abraham's ancestors came.

Anne Osborne, lead author of a Bristol University paper

on this topic has said: “Space-born radar images showed fossil river

channels crossing the Sahara in Libya, flowing north from the central

Saharan watershed all the way to the Mediterranean. Using geochemical

analyses, we demonstrate that these channels were active during the last

interglacial period. This provides an important water course across

this otherwise arid region.”



Dr Derek Vance, senior author on the paper, added: “The study shows, for

the first time, that monsoon rains fed rivers that extended from the

Saharan watershed, across the northern Sahara, to the Mediterranean Sea.

These corridors rivaled the Nile Valley as potential routes for early

modern human migrations to the Mediterranean shores."



Cultural diffusion was aided by caravans that moved back and forth

between west central Africa and Asia. This explains the appearance of

ancient African artifacts in China. Wild

donkeys were domesticated by the Kushites between 6500 and 4000 BC. The

wild donkey was native to the Red Sea Hills and the arid Ethiopian

highlands. Kushites used both camels and donkeys as beasts of burden.

These hearty creatures enabled the transport of cargo across the Arabian

Peninsula, Mesopotamia and Pakistan. As Roger Blench has noted, "The spread of the donkey across Africa was linked with the proliferation of long distance caravans."



The region of Sheba in southern Arabia was famous for horses. The people

of Sheba were close kin to Abraham and ethnically Kushite. The

high-spirited, high-stamina Arabian horse is one of the oldest breeds,

dating back 4,500 years. They were valued for breeding across the

ancient Middle East and among Japheth’s Magyar descendants. Today

Arabian bloodlines are found in almost every modern breed of riding

horse. The world's oldest saddles are from Nubia and the Upper Nile

region.

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