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Makeda and Solomon

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Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 11/23/2014 5:52:00 PM
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White history says it is a fairy tale story

Our Ethiopian brothers claim it as fact.


You gonna listen to HIStory or Istory?


Simple and plain. Facts are only facts depending on who is telling the story


Burn Rome


Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 11/23/2014 5:55:16 PM
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Garveys speech and the words of HIM are a MUST.

Hola wordsound and power.

Divine speech


Messenger: VoodooRuutz Sent: 11/26/2014 12:05:12 PM
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Inscriptions on Incense burners at "ADI KAWEH", Ethiopia


Messenger: JAH Child Sent: 12/2/2014 8:14:11 PM
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Blessed love All.
This documentary seeks to answer the questions of: was Queen Makeda and King Solomon's union an historical fact, and did their son Menelik truly found the Ethiopian monarchy?
It also touches on some fascinating architectural feats of the Incient Itiopian people.
At the end of the film those questions remain a little unclear, but the film gives a lot of evidence to suggest a real link between Saba (Sheba), Hebrews, and Itiopia during the time approximated for the union between Queen Makeda and King Solomon (3000 years ago).

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WhdV6kiwZ1w


Messenger: VoodooRuutz Sent: 12/2/2014 8:19:38 PM
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Bilikisu Sungbo! Nigeria!


Messenger: Eleazar Sent: 12/3/2014 12:12:04 AM
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This documentary talks about the Sabaean civilization of Ethiopia and Yeman. I believe that the Queen of Sheba was a Sabaean Queen from Ethiopia.





Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 12/18/2014 9:58:28 AM
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Good find iah


Messenger: VoodooRuutz Sent: 12/18/2014 1:57:55 PM
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They say da inscription at Adi Kaweh Ethiopia speak of Red Sabeans and Black Hebrews!


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