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The 150 Books of Dr. Ndagi Abdullahi

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What is generally known about Abraham is the Semitic stories that have become prevalent throughout the world today. These Semitic stories and legends are partially based on the true story of Abraham as narrated in the Bible and the Qur’an but these Semitic stories and legends are mainly constituted of fictional concoctions spurn by the Jews and the Arabs to give the stories of the Bible and the Qur’an a strong Semitic flavour.

The basic features of these prevalent Semitic stories about Abraham include arguments that Abraham was born in the Land of Ur in the Mesopotamia somewhere in the heart of today’s Iraq; that at a time in his life Abraham was opposed to the idolatrous lifestyle of his people; that the monotheistic Abraham had serious problems and clashes with his idolatrous countrymen and he eventually had to flee from Mesopotamia to Canaan in the Middle East; that in Abraham settled down in Canaan and as his household multiplied he gradually acculturated with the Canaanites though strictly maintaining his monotheistic faith; that two of his offsprings, namely Isaac and Ishmael, ended up becoming the progenitors of the two great races of the Jews and the Arabs.

This is the general story that is known about Abraham throughout the world today. But then, and in this book, I proargumented that virtually everything that is known about Abraham from these Semitic stories and legends is totally and completely wrong.

Of course I emphasise the point that I am not saying that the story of Abraham as narrated in both the Bible and the Qur’an is wrong. My attack and criticism is against the misinterpretation of the original story that was narrated in both the Bible and the Qur’an.

I heralded for instance that both the Bible and the Qur’an did not categorically state that Abraham was born in Mesopotamia and migrated to the Middle East. As a matter of fact I proved and demonstrated the fact that Abraham never ever lived in either Iraq Mesopotamia or the Middle East. Abraham never ever lived, for that matter, in Asia Minor, in Iraq or any other area in the vicinity of the Middle East.

In this book I proved that Abraham was a Black African world emperor. I actually dedicated a major section of this voluminous book to a meticulous and studious process of proving that Abraham was a Black African Negro world emperor who was born, lived, flourished and died in the heart of Black Negro Africa hundreds of millions of years ago.

I demonstrated the fact that Abraham was among some of the earliest and most ancient prophets mentioned in the Bible and the Qur’an.

I also dwelt on a discussion on the fact that though the name of Abraham appears to be the same in both the Bible and the Qur’an, that does not means that Abraham was solely a Semitic figure and that the mythologies and traditions of other peoples in other parts of the world do not relate the story of Abraham.

As a matter of fact striking and indisputable parallels of the story of Abraham can clearly be seen in the mythologies, legends and scriptures all other peoples from all other parts of the world. This, of course, is despite the fact that the Abrahamic figure do not appear with the same Semitic name ‘Abraham or Ibrahim’ in these mythologies, legends and scriptures of the non-Semitic peoples from all other parts of the world.

The fact that the story of Abraham cabn be found in the mythologies, legends and traditions of all other peoples from all over the world shows that Abraham was not a solely Semitic phenomenon. As a matter of fact, and as I proved in this book, the Semitic peoples actually adopted the story of Abraham from the mythologies, traditions and legends of more ancient non-Semitic peoples in other parts of the world.

I also recognized the fact that the story of Abraham is so old and took place in such a remote time that is too far away from the time of the emergence of the Semitic races that the Semitic scriptures, the Old Testament most especially, had to tell the story of Abraham in metaphorical parables that are easily understandable to the Jews but literally far from the truth of what actually happened.

To illustrate this complex and subtle point let’s note that when the Old Testament described Abraham as a frail old man sitting under the shade of a tree in the heat of the sun it should be understood that the Old Testament does not actually mean what can be understood from a literal understanding of that verse.

I also blazoned that the story of Abraham as told in the scriptures is also an anthropomorphic and metaphorical reference to the rise, reign, interaction and fall of ancient ages in the remotest past of mankind.

I demonstrated the fact that the names Abraham, Sarah, Hajara, Isaac, Ishmael and so many other names found in the story of Abraham are not personal names of individual human beings but are the national names of super civilizations that once ruled over the entire world millions of years ago.

For instance the Age of Bara (Bara: the very ancient name pronounced variously as a Abram or Abraham in the Bible and as Ibrahim in the Qur’an) was a super civilization of global dimensions that dominated and ruled over the entire world for a long time millions of years ago.

I asserted, in this context, that the Brahmins and the Brahmas of Hinduism derived their religious title from a traditional legacy dating back to the Age of Bara. In other words the term ‘Brahma’ is the Indian version of the Biblical ‘Abraham’ and the Qur’anic ‘Ibrahim’; all three refer to the same phenomenon.

I however, and in very categorical and u\unmistakable terms, made an assertion that the fact that the various names in the story of Abraham are actually the names of ancient civilizations and ages does not preclude, in any way whatsoever, that the characters mentioned in the story did existed as real and actual individuals that were born, lived, flourished and died on the face of this planet earth.

Abraham, whose name or title had been applied to a whole super civilization after he was gone, was a real and actual human being who was once born, lived, flourished and died on the face of this planet earth. This same fact applied to all other characters in the story of Abraham, including Sarah, Hajara, Isaac, Ishmael and all others.

After all these preliminary discussions and analyses, I then launched into a detailed and meticulous analysis of the story, life and times of Abraham on a personal level.

I began by pointing out that the story of the migration of Abraham from Mesopotamia in modern Iraq to Canaan in the Middle East is wrong. I conceded that Abraham did migrated from the place of his birth to a foreign land; but I averred that the migration was not from Ur in Mesopotamia to Canaan in the Middle East.

At a point I did point out that Abraham did migrated from Ur to Canaan; but then I proved that the Ur and the Canaan mentioned in the Bible are not the Ur of Mesopotamia or the Canaan of the Middle East.

I proved that the Ur and the Canaan mentioned in the Bible were both located in the heart of Black Negro Africa.

I also entertained the fact that it is absolutely and totally wrong to literally assumed that Abraham was some ancient and primitive shepherd or nomadic and Semitic patriarch who lived in the deserts of the Middle east a couple of thousand years ago.

I demonstrated in full details that Abraham was not even Semitic in the first place. Abraham was neither a Jew nor was he an Israelite. Abraham was also not an Arab. I demonstrated the fact that Abraham lived and died of millions of years before the emergence and worldwide spread of the Semitic races.

I demonstrated the fact that Abraham was actually a Black African Negro world emperor who was born, lived and died in the heart of Africa.

But then I also was engaged in the fact that Abraham was a world emperor who was in command of an advanced civilization that was scientifically and technologically far superior to modern Western Civilization.

It is in this context that I demonstrated that Abraham was not a primitive desert sheikh or nomadic patriarch who lived in shepherd tents in the desert and who was roaming about with flocks of sheep and camels.

I made it very clear that Abraham was a spiritually, religiously, scientifically and technologically world emperor who reign over a super civilization that ruled the entire world. I re-emphasised the fact that this worldwide Bara super civilization of Abraham was far more advanced scientifically, technologically, and otherwise, than modern Western Civilization.

In another section of this book I took cognizance of the familial associations that are naturally associated with the personality of Abraham, namely, Sarah, Hajara, Isaac, Ishmael, and other members of the family of Abraham.

I affirmed that Sarah and Hajara were among the wives of Abraham. But I also re-emphasise the fact that the names ‘Sarah’ and ‘Hajara’ are also anthropomorphic and metaphoric terms that refer to ancient civilizations that existed millions of years ago and that had some interactions with the Bara (Abraham) super civilization in a manner that is analogous to the interaction that Abraham had with his wives.

I also made it very clear that none of the children of Abraham were either Jews, Israelites or Arabs. I, instead, proved that all the children of Abraham were Black African Negroes who were born, lived, flourished and died in the heart of Black Negro Africa just like Abraham himself.

I did predicated, however, that each of the children of Abraham ended up becoming world emperors with their own worldwide super civilizations out of which millions of Jews, Arabs and many other peoples of the world descended.

But then I also proved that the Jews, the Israelites and the Arabs who descended from the nations and civilizations that originated from the children of Abraham, were also Black African Negro Jews, Israelites and Arabs who are still to be seen today as the Black African Negro peoples of West Africa and Central Africa.

I demonstrated that the so-called Jews, Israelites and Arabs living in the Middle East today are not the Jews, Israelites and Arabs referred to in both the Bible and the Qur’an.

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