• The Ancient Black Hebrews

  • Abraham and His Family
  • By: Gert Muller
  • Narrated by: Mike Piscitelli
  • Length: 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History, Africa
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (142 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

What ethnic group did Abraham and his family belong to? What color was this ethnic group? Does the Bible say they looked like Cushites? Are there pictures of this ethnic group from the time of Abraham? All of these questions are fully answered in this book!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Gert Muller (P)2019 Gert Muller

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  • 03-22-20

A European man trying to tell us about our history from his view

I think This author is trying to down grade the real Hebrew even in his title by saying Black Hebrews, and I feel like he is down grading us in America as so called African Americans as the Real Hebrews. I don't feel like he is telling the real truth

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That makes sense!

Imagine explaining the superior race to the Messiah when they find that he is black.

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Not For Audio

This book did not work for me as an audio book because most the reference points and supportung information seemed be located in the actual book. Kinda defeats the purpose of purchasing the audiobook without having a hard copy to follow along.

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A waste of time

If you’re just awakening, do not listen or purchase this book. The only thing factual is the title. Everything else is twisted with deceit.

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Contrived "history"

Narrator mispronounces a few of the ancient kings of the Bronze Age. My biggest "problem" with the book is that it's contrived to attempt to prove that Abraham and thus all Hebrews were black rather than the olive complexion of the rest of the Middle Eastern tribes.

Firstly, the ancient peoples were not much interested in skin tone. The author does point out they did have a preference for tribal association, i.e., ethnicity as we call it today.

Secondly, without good science or linguistics, the author completely does away with the tradition understanding of Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Instead, he intermixes them based on plate tectonics, which I found particularly amusing.

Thirdly, the author believes that in space of three generations or so, one can change fm black to white or vice versa, but that Ethiopians are forever the darkest of Africans.

So if you need to believe that Abraham was a black man, this is the book for you. Otherwise, you are wasting your money.

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i love the evidence to back up each statement

i have been studying this for about three years. and i love being able to go to something with evidence to back it up

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THE TRUTH HAS ALWAYS BEEN OUT THERE!

The hear that most of the information compared to archaeology and scientific finds compared to the bible was good information for the AWAKENING. Although the theology comparison information injection and the ethnicity was more so the focused than the findings. I wanted more information and details about the findings and testing along with more images of the information that has been known about for years that was hidden from the True Jews on purpose. However, compared to the bible, the information was on topic.

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Finally, a history depiction of the true Hebrews

It does my heart well to find truth still exists, there are so many lying narratives supporting the lies of colonialism it is a breath of fresh air to find literature that depict the Hebrews as they really are and not from watered down Whiteness.

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Not What I Expected

It fails to convince that factual information is being stated. You leave with doubt about the supposed history.

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Loved it, although it will never be accepted.

Although this will never be accepted by the mainstream, it was logical and correct via scripture.

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  • 03-29-21

Not the right narrator

The book itself a very interesting but it’s all a bit too rapid for my taste, the pronunciation was quick and sceptical, it would’ve sounded much better with a slower less rushed narrative and some one with more gravitas to their voice who wasn’t trying to speak 100 words per minute. Oh and I did try slowing it down and it was worse.