Hebrew Igbo Republics: Culture, Religion and DNA

Hebrew Igbo Republics: Culture, Religion and DNA by Remy Ilona 1687019347 9781687019349
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"Hebrew Igbo Republics" sets out to demonstrate that the Igbos of West Africa, the group known and described as the Jews of Africa, and Biafrans by many, practice a culture and a religion that bring to life the culture and religion of the Israelites of the Bible. The author resurrects biblical characters by showing that they used idioms which correspond to idioms used by Igbos since immemorial times. Awesomely the Igbo expression for marriage "ima ogodo" was what Ruth told Boaz to do when she asked him to marry her through a Levirate arrangement. And we find in the book rock-solid evidence that the Igbos retain what could be the nearest name for Israels biblical religion and culture. A translation of the Igbo phrase O me na ana leads us to Deuteronomy 6:1. You will be spell-bound when you see that the elusive name of the Hebrew God has a connection to "Chi" which is the Igbo word for God or personal God. And in this book the author shows that many Igbo and Hebrew words which are close in spelling mean the same things. Igbo urimmu and Hebrew urim both mean light. Igbo aru and Hebrew ar mean abomination, forbidden. DNA? The book gives us evidence sourced from MyHeritage DNA company that Igbo genes are in the Middle East gene pool. The reader should read and see for himself or herself what this monograph carries. The book says to all scholars in biblical, Jewish, Igbo, Middle Eastern, African, Christian and Religious studies, we have work to do! We need to go back to the drawing boards!

Author: Remy Ilona

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 217

Publisher: Independently published

Publication Date: 2019-08-22


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