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The ancient history of Ethiopia is recorded in the Book of Aksum, therein recorded that Ityopis was a son of Cush, who in the Bible was a son of Ham (Khem of Egypt), but in the ethiopian history, he’s said to have been a son of Shem, this inaccuracy a good indicator that the ethiopian lineage was not copied from the Hebrew’s Table of Nations in Genesis 10.

Across the Arabian Sea far to the east are the Hindu Kush mountains of Pakistan, and submerged in the Arabian Sea off the coast of India are the ruins of ancient Kususthali, clearly named after Kush as was that great kingdom to the south of ancient Egypt where is the city of Aksum, which the Book of Aksum says was named after Ahk Sumawi, a son of Ityopis.

The ancient greek geographers back to Homer’s time wrote that there was eastern Kush, “where the sun rises,” and western Kush, “where the sun sets,” born out by this evidence on both sides of the Arabian Sea, so that the Meroitic script of Meroe, the Nile capital of ancient Kush, remains undecifered should not be, because the Beja tribe of Ethiopia speaks a form of ancient Kushitic, surely the ancient language written in that land.

Learn more about real history here, seeing too that other sons of Kush, Raamah and Seba, were ancestor gods of the Hindus, named Rama and Shiva, not to mention Brahma who really was Abraham, the first two of his wives having traveled eastword, having brought a semitic alpabet which was applied to the “undecifered” Indus Valley script and language, that language which is vedic Sanskrit.

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