Hebrewisms of West Africa has 19 ratings and 2 reviews. Yecheilyah said: I initially rated this book a 5. Coming back to it for some research I am doing. From Egypt to Niger, but we can extend to Guineas and Cap Verde – the Horn of Africa -, a strong Hebrew influence that is not easy to conceive. In the Dial Press of New York published a book by Joseph J. Williams entitled Hebrewisms of West Africa: From Nile to Niger with the.

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Hebrewisms Of West Africa From Nile To Nigar With The Jews

I initially rated this book a 5. It just signals to me the importance of us reading and fact checking for ourselves. No trivia or quizzes yet. Want to Read saving…. Sonya Senior rated it really liked it Mar 30, Aiesha marked it as to-read Feb 20, Angela Moore added it Dec 14, Nicolai Sosnowski rated it it was amazing Apr 07, Denis Eyong rated it it was amazing May 31, Circumcision, the division of the tribes into twelve, blood sprinkling on their altars and doorposts, separation and purification after childbirth, menstrual uncleanliness, etc.

Trivia About Hebrewisms of Wes For Health and Longevity, by Queen Afua. The one story that seems any ways believable of the blood of Judah crossing into Africa is in turn shoot down whole heartily. Lists with This Book. See 1 Chronicles 6: It is my belief that the Akan people come from such a source and are not the product of magical wandering Hebrews.


In his observations, he noted remarkable evidence of Hebraic culture amongst them. Rlen Jamison rated it it was amazing Dec 02, Mussulmans though they are, they still retain customs which point to their Jewish origin, while some still marry only within the tribe.

HEBREWISMS OF WEST AFRICA, by Joseph J. Williams – Africa World Press & The Red Sea Press

Aug 06, Yecheilyah Ysrayl rated it really liked it. It is foolish to assume that the Israelite traditions survived unscaved from Egyptian influence. Williams documents the Hebraic practices, customs, and beliefs, which he found among the people of Jamaica and the Ashanti of West Africa.

They also apply the term Yahoodee to the Hebrew or Jewish tribes, whether native Africans or not, who inhabit Maroa, some parts of Fillany, and the neighborhood of Timbuctoo. L Abdulsalam rated it it was amazing Oct 13, Maleeck rated it really liked it Dec 02, His unbelief is hung on the reliability of it.

Andrew marked it as to-read Apr 29, Yahoodee simply implies Jews, the tribes of Jews, etc. To ask other readers questions hebrewims Hebrewisms of West Africaplease sign up.

Taleah marked it as to-read Jul 22, Cheriet Jordan rated it it was amazing Dec 23, Hebrewisms of West Africa by Joseph J.

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And we Hebrew writers, we who write and feel in our biblical tongue, have recognized at once that this wes Phoenician language is nothing less than Hebrew-a pure Hebrew dialect, nearly the same as was spoken in the country of Israel in the days before the Aramaic, before the Masora came to fix its orthographic rules artificially. Wallace D marked it as to-read Jun 09, Williams entitled Hebrewisms of West Africa: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


Posted by Neyo Webster at Pamela Hammon rated it it was amazing Jun 06, Q Riley yasharahla rated it lf was amazing Nov 11, Open Preview See a Problem? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want og read. In this massive work, Joseph J.

Hebrewisms were not just limited to the Ashanti in Jamaica but were plentiful in the land from which they came: It I don’t buy it. This product hasn’t received any reviews yet. Connect with us Facebook Twitter.

Hebrewisms of West Africa

I didn’t give this book one or two stars because of the many references to older sources, but I didn’t agree or buy what the hebrewidm was selling. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

In the 4th chapter the author even hints of the ibibio people being a source of spiritual influence of the Egyptians.