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Old 05-21-2013, 01:16 AM   #153
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Originally Posted by rakimkoolgrapwutang View Post
lol i dont mean some bright luminous red but a red/copper brown colour.
red and brown are different...one is melanin the other lacks it (as in "red necks")

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just go and look at any native american. why do you think they were called redskins and red indians.

because the real red man lied (being the devil) and constantly in war would see them in red war paint




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Jacob's brother Esau was called Edom (red) and Hebrews and Edomites would have been very similiar considering the Bible says they're related to eachother and they're both Semites.
esau was an albino (the color was announced and recorded in the bible because it was unusual and something new genesis 25:25), born to hebrews who were all black back then (jacobs color was not announced because it was the same as everyone else)


in other words red= not the norm...

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Even Adam is connected with the word Hebrew word "red".
adam means "of the earth" meaning dark brown...later even the quran said he was created of black mud

Adam
masc. proper name, Biblical name of the first man, from Hebrew adam "man," literally "(the one formed from the) ground" (Hebrew adamah "ground"); cf. Latin homo "man," humanus "human," humus "earth, ground, soil."


edom/red is "ah-da-wam" adam is "ah-da-ma"


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In 1 Samuel 16:12 and 1 Samuel 17:42 King David is called red.

Solomon is called red in Song of Solomon 5:10.
red in the bible is the color of the devil revelation 12:3 & 9...it is also considered unclean in the book of the laws on leprosy...figure out for yourself if those kings wouldve been anything close to red, being considered by their own laws as abominable (something extremely low)

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In Lamentations 4:7 Hebrews are called red (people often mistranslate this verse and say Hebrews are white with a red tint to their skin but this is a mistranslation because the Hebrew word for red in this verse is a very deep blood red and not just a shade or hue. Also the word often translated as "whiter" should be translated as "more dazzling").
Lamentations 4:8

Their visage is blacker than a coal

visage (n.)
c.1300, from Old French visage, from vis "face, appearance,"

explain why in 16th century russia theres a painting of the geneaology of christ with nothing but black people with afros

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ln...b2g8o1_500.jpg

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yes of course the Hebrews looked similiar to Egyptians lol. I'm not sure what you're trying to get at with that point.
were the egyptians red ?
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