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Is The Historical Bloodline Of Yeshua Bar Miriam A Joke: Hollywood Says Yes!

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As scientific advancements continues more data confirms the actual facts of ancient events

HOUSTON - eTradeWire -- By: Saint Ajabel of The Kemetian Church Of Krsts

"For many scholars, Revelation 1:14-15 offers a clue that Jesus's skin was a darker hue and that his hair was wooly in texture." - SARAH PRUITT of The History Channel

For many centuries it has been taught that the reincarnated spiritual teacher known now from old Roman Latin as Jesus was a Caucasian. This would definitely make logical sense because Ancient Rome conquered the known world at that time. But as the credible History Channel, and the Discovery Channel have revealed by scientific evidence; that angelic man was of a darker skin pigment, and according to biblical literature; dark like burnished bronze within a furnace. As the world continues to be ravaged by natural disasters, climate change, and unstable societies. The world noticed that this engineered Latin spiritual man has not come to save the world. So Hollywood has decided to tell the truth by producing a film called The Book of Clarence. The film describes a man of brown skin pigment as a con man that proclaims to be a spiritual Messiah to the people. Is this a joke on historical facts or racist ideologies? The actual scientific findings that were revealed on the Discovery Channel were not accepted by some; as an elderly lady in a hair salon replied, " I don't care if his actual genetic heritage is black; he will always be Caucasian to me." In a film called the Second Coming by the famous celebrity Blair Underwood; he argues that the historical bloodline of the spiritual teacher now known as Jesus was of dark African descent with wooly nappy hair. Is the world's societies being punished for concealing historical truth?

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