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Volume I
Blacks in the Bible

THE QUEEN OF SHEBA

The Wisest Queen in the World

The first time the word kingdom is recorded in Scripture is in reference to a black man, Ham's grandson as identified in Blacks in the Bible Vol. I. He was the first acknowledged as king. In like manner, the first use in the Bible of the word Queen refers to a black woman. (1 Kings 10:1) Her name is alleged to be Makeda, but the Scriptures refer to her as the Queen of Sheba or the Queen of the South. Her fame was such that 2,000 years after her death, Jesus Christ made mention of her long trip and referred to her examination of Solomon's wisdom. But first, let us learn about the very curious intellect of this black Queen who challenged Solomon's wisdom which resulted in a love affair with the wise Jewish king. Order the Original roots of Blacks in the Bible today. Reputed to be the most biblicaly accurate account of Biblical Black History. Complete with illustrations & biblical genealogical charts verifying the authenticity of these being Ham's kinsmen. Find the name of Solomon's and this queen's offspring and how long his dynasty reigned on the throne of Ethiopia. This book also examines Solomon's fascination with exotic black women as his favorite lovers to the point of him writing a book in the bible dedicated to his love of one black woman in particular. Just $22.99 for 3 volumes in one book!

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Queen of the Ethiopians
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