Hebrew Red Skin

From: Ernest Moyer epmoyer@world-destiny.com
To: Preston Thomas <lptjr@comcast.net>
Date: 7/22/2012 10:54:14 AM
Subject: Re: Emailing: The Jewish Contribution to World Civilization.htm

The major difficulty in our understanding of our genetic origins is that we are so ignorant. And yet the genetic promises from the Bible, and from the Urantia Papers, are crucial to the future of this world.
But our Elder Brothers, the ones we cannot see with our eyes, left sufficient clues for us to understand where they are taking us, and the decisions that lie ahead.
  • P.514 - 4 12. Moses, the emancipator of a remnant of the submerged violet race and the instigator of the revival of the worship of the Universal Father under the name of "The God of Israel."
 I place emphasis on "the submerged violet race." This situation was in the range from 1500 to 1200 BC.
Now look at these pictures:

Rahotep and Nofret

These statues are well preserved and date from nearly 5,000 years ago, 3,000 BC in Egypt.

His name is Rahotep and her's is Nofret.

Note that he is red-skinned, while she is white.
(Due to shifts on transfer from one media to another, and over time, this is not a true color reproduction.)

We surely know that the "submerged violet race" dates to at least 3,000 BC, and that mating between colors was then taking place.

Now consider the following:

Rasenna Couple at Banquet

This dates from a tomb in Etruria, northern Italy, about 600 BC. It appears that he is offering her a tasty object at a banquet. She is white; he is red colored.
Most often in the statuary and paintings from the past the male is red, while the female is white.

Here is another illustration from Etruria showing red and white skin colors, but with Caucasian racial characteristics.

Another Etruria Group

We can see that these racial features both precede and follow the time of Abraham.

The earlier people of Israel, at the time of Abraham, were noted for their red color.
I shall give a partial list for you to recognize how this is the descended, remnant blood, of Adam.
The word Adam in Hebrew literally meant red. Adam was a "red man."

Examine how this red skin was described in Genesis:

  • Gen 25:25 - - And the first came forth red, all over like a hairy garment. And they called his name Esau.
  • Gen 25:30-31 -- And Esau said to Jacob, "Let me eat some of that red pottage, for I am famished!" (Therefore his name was called Edom.)

We can see the confusion in the story, Edom = Adom for the red pottage, a simple linguistic symbolic substitute.

This red color nomenclature was also carried in the names of the following Hebrew tribes.

  • Num 26:23 --  Of the sons of Issachar after their families: of Tola, the family of the Tolaites: of Pua, the family of the Punites.

Tola meant a maggot, a crimson grub, used to dye clothes scarlet.
ha-puni in Hebrew was equivalent to Latin Puni, and the origin of the Phoenician name.
King David was noted for his red color:
  • 1 Sam 16:12 -- And he sent, and brought him in. Now he was ruddy, and had beautiful eyes, and was handsome.

Although no explicit statement is made in Genesis, we can safely deduce that Abraham, and the members of his family, were red colored.

Quite probably the Old Testament scribes, when editing the ancient texts, suppressed the color references.


 ----- Original Message -----
From: Preston Thomas
To: Ernest Moyer
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2012 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: Emailing: The Jewish Contribution to World Civilization.htm


Thanks for the instruction on sending the web page.

What is the important distinction you make between the descendants of Jacob and the Jewish people?