The Land Inheritance of Shem

The Land Inheritance of Shem
Compiled and Edited by Aummanuel Bey
The Abrahamic disciples (Hebrews) have long opposed Moorish heritage, cultural traditions, and customs as they positioned themselves to be descendants of black slaves, Israelites on the threshold of deliverance. They saw their Hebraic or Israelite identification as being the chief possessor of God's blessings which entitled them to the Holy Land.
All things Moorish were condemned and readily stigmatized as being cursed and ungodly. But as the Moorish paradigm began to unravel secrets and reveal hidden truth to the Moorish identity and divine birthright it becomes increasingly apparent of those of Canaan and Moab was in fact the true inhabitants of the Holy Land. In light of these facts, it became imperative to the cultural appropriation of the Moorish identity and the usurpation of the Moorish Empire and its land divisions.
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The land inheritance of the Shemitic peoples is now being said to be the "lands of the West" (in the Pacific Ocean) excluding portions of South America. Historically, the Americas have always been associated as the land of the Moors even before its association with so-called native American tribes. It is now being presently claimed that "Cush" and "Ham" are only but fraudulently claiming to be "Moors" while trying to tie themselves onto the land inheritance of Shem when in fact they are foreign-born.
These baseless accusations and claims of the Aboriginal Hebrews are being justified with the Book of jubilees--an ancient, pseudepigraphical Jewish work—that is a particular embellishment of the Book of Genesis, which itself identifies as an ancient genealogical historical narrative. This particular book details the land divisions amongst Ham, Shem, and Japhet in which the Aboriginal Hebrews use to stake claim to the Americas.
Let us examine the legitimacy of the Book of Jubilees and the information within it. The Book of Jubilees is not considered canon in Biblical literature for various reasons. However, we will only highlight one particular reason of note: it was formally excluded in the two major extant Jewish traditions delineating the collection of sacred Biblical texts. The first tradition, formalized toward the end of the first century AD by a certain representation of Pharisaic Judaism, accepted those sacred books according to the following criteria: they were harmonious with the Pentateuch or Torah (the first five books of the Bible), they were written before the time of Ezra, they were written in Hebrew, and they were written in Palestine. The Book of Jubilees does not harmonize with the Pentateuch, and it was written after Ezra.
We are told that the canonical Old Testament books date from 1450 B.C.—ca. 440 B.C. The Old Testament apocryphal (“hidden”) books were written between the Old Testament and New Testament periods, starting about 200 B.C. The Book of Jubilees is one of 14 Apocrypha and is dated around 160 B.C.
The Jews never recognized these books as being divinely inspired and belonging to the canon. In fact, many assertions in the Book of Jubilees are likely historical fabrications stemming from the political motives of the time.
We shall overlook the authenticity of the Book of Jubilees and proceed as if it were indeed a canonical work in order to fully investigate the land inheritance claims of Shem. We will refer frequently to the "Footnotes" of the Book of Jubilees to substantiate the meanings of terms according to the time period in which the book was said to be written.
We are told that: "And it came to pass in the beginning of the thirty-third jubilee that they divided the earth into three parts, for Shem and Ham and Japheth, according to the inheritance of each, in the first year in the first week, when one of us, 1 who had been sent, was with them. 11. And he called his sons, and they drew nigh to him, they and their children, and he divided the earth into the lots, which his three sons were to take in possession, and they reached forth their hands, and took the writing out of the bosom of Noah, their father. 12."
It is Shem's land inheritance that is drawn upon first. The Book of Jubilees tells us that: "And there came forth on the writing as Shem's lot 2 the middle of the earth 3 which he should take as an inheritance for himself and for his sons for the generations of eternity, from the middle of the mountain range of Râfâ, 4 from the mouth of the water from the river Tînâ. 5 and his portion goeth towards the west through the midst of this river, and it extendeth till it reacheth the water of the abysses, out of which this river goeth forth and poureth its waters into the sea Mê’at, 6 and this river floweth into the great sea. And all that is towards the north is Japheth's, and all that is towards the south belongeth to Shem. 13. And it extendeth till it reacheth Kârâsô: 7 this is in the bosom of the tongue 8 which looketh towards the south. 14."
It should be pointed out that the countries included in Shem's lot, according to Epiphanius it extended from Persia and Bactria to India, to Rhinocurura (between Egypt and Palestine). Let us continue with our examination.
We are further told at greater length of Shem's dominions in which we read the following: "And his portion extendeth along the great sea, and it extendeth in a straight line till it reacheth the west of the tongue which looketh towards the south; (promontory on which Mt. Sindi is situated) for this sea is named the tongue of the Egyptian Sea (the Gulf of Akaba). And it turneth from here towards the south towards the mouth of the great sea (northern waters of the Red Sea) on the shore of (its) waters, and it extendeth to the west to ‘Afrâ (Africa in the restricted sense of the Roman province which included Egypt and the other northern parts of Africa bordering the Mediterranean) and it extendeth till it reacheth the waters of the river Gihon, and to the south of the waters of Gihon, (the Nile) to the banks of this river. 16. And it extendeth towards the east, till it reacheth the Garden of Eden, to the south thereof, [to the south] and from the east of the whole land of Eden and of the whole cast, it turneth to the † east, † 6 and proceedeth till it reacheth the east of the mountain named Râfâ, and it descendeth to the bank of the mouth of the river Tînâ. 17. This portion came forth by lot for Shem and his sons, that they should possess it for ever unto his generations for evermore. 18. And Noah rejoiced that this portion came forth for Shem and for his sons, and he remembered all that he had spoken with his mouth in prophecy; for he had said: "Blessed be the Lord God of Shem, And may the Lord dwell in the dwelling of Shem.""
Lastly, the book of Jubliee gives details regarding Shem's lot being inclusive of much-venerated sacred spaces. It reads: "And he knew that the Garden of Eden is the holy of holies, and the dwelling of the Lord, and Mount Sinai the centre of the desert, and Mount Zion--the centre of the navel of the earth: these three 8 were created as holy places facing each other. 20. And he blessed the God of gods, who had put the word of the Lord into his mouth, and the Lord for evermore. 21. And he knew that a blessed portion and a blessing had come to Shem and his sons unto the generations for ever--the whole land of Eden and the whole land of the Red Sea, and the whole land of the east, and India, and on the Red Sea and the mountains thereof, and all the land of Bashan, and all the land of Lebanon and the islands of Kaftûr, 1 (Crete) and all the mountains of Sanîr 2 and ’Amânâ, 3 (Mt. Amanus in N. Syria.) and the mountains of Asshur in the north, and all the land of Elam, Asshur, and Bâbêl, and Sûsân and Mâ‘ĕdâi 4 and all the mountains of Ararat, and all the region beyond the sea, which is beyond the mountains of Asshur towards the north, a blessed and spacious land, and all that is in it is very good. 22."
The secret division of the earth is further decreed by an authoritative Noah who made it binding on his descendants. We are also told that Canaan is included in Shem's lot. Hence, the Israelite conquest is considered to be justified. However, this is where the inconsistencies and inaccuracies begin to be revealed within the Book of Jubilees. The Jewish (Shemitic) writers of the book prove themselves ignorant of the geographical terrain and climate regions when assigning these land allotments. But, before tackling those issues, let's examine Ham's lot.
We read the following: "And for Ham came forth the second portion, beyond the Gihon towards the south to the right 6 of the Garden, and it extendeth towards the south and it extendeth to all the mountains of fire, 7 and it extendeth towards the west to the sea of ’Atêl 8 (the Atlantic) and it extendeth towards the west till it reacheth the sea of Mâ’ûk 9 (The great ocean stream in the extreme west) --that (sea) into which everything which is not destroyed descendeth. 10 23. And it goeth forth towards the north to the limits of Gâdîr, 11 and it goeth forth to the coast of the waters of the sea to the waters of the great sea till it draweth near to the river Gihon, and goeth along the river Gihon till it reacheth the right of the Garden of Eden. 24. And this is the land which came forth for Ham as the portion which he was to occupy for ever for himself and his sons unto their
generations for ever."
The Aboriginal Hebrews would have you believe that their lot is the Americas which borders the Atlantic and Pacific oceans however, clearly by the above passage, those boundaries more closely correspond with Ham's lot. We read again: "and it extendeth towards the west to the sea of ’Atêl 8 (the Atlantic) and it extendeth towards the west till it reacheth the sea of Mâ’ûk 9 (The great ocean stream in the extreme west) --that (sea) into which everything which is not destroyed descendeth."
This passage is not the only evidence suggesting that Shem's lot is elsewhere according to the Book of Jubilees. Let us further examine what else can be found.
Towards the end of the Book of Jubilees, we are given a crucial clue to which we can easily determine the truth concerning these biblical land allotments. We read the following: "The land of Ham is hot, and the land of Shem is neither hot nor cold, but it is of blended cold and heat."

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This statement identifies the lack of geographical knowledge and understanding concerning the regional climate. A portion of Shem's lot according to the Book of Jubilees included parts of Egypt, recall it stated: "it extendeth to the west to ‘Afrâ (Africa in the restricted sense of the Roman province which included Egypt and the other northern parts of Africa bordering the Mediterranean)." But, we must make note that the Bible directly refers to Egypt as the "Land of Ham." The word "Ham" is believed to come from the word "Khawm" which means “black, hot, and burnt” in Hebrew, and "chamam," also a Hebrew word for “to be hot.”

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Let us further expose these inaccuracies of the Jewish writer's incompetence concerning geographical knowledge. The Book of Jubilees claims Shem's lot to be middle Earth which corresponds to the Equatorial zone; an imaginary line around the middle of the Earth. It is halfway between the North and South Poles, and divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. If Shem's lot is neither hot nor cold, then surely the middle of the Earth could not be his allotment as the equatorial climate zone is located around the equator and covers wide areas in South America, Central Africa, and South-East Asia which is characterized by hot average temperature all year round and high monthly precipitation.

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The middle of Earth is also characterized by a tropical rainforest climate that is typically hot, very humid, and wet. Another term defining this area is the "torrid zone" referring to the area of the earth between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. Geographically, the torrid zone is defined by 23.5 degrees north latitude and 23.5 degrees south latitude. The torrid zone generally refers to the area of the earth near the Equator. The torrid zone is generally warm.

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Its interesting to make note that the Torrid Zone represents the largest geographical zone on the Earth. It covers an estimated 40% of the planet’s area. Almost 40% of the Earth’s total population resides in the tropics. The term torrid zone was first used by the Greek scientist Aristotle to define the area of the earth closest to the equator. Aristotle assumed this area was too hot for human habitation since the sun’s rays targeted this region from directly above. And so, Almost nearly half of the planet's geographical land can be defined as belonging to Ham, not Shem.

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But let us dig further. Let's analyze an 1823 Global climate map of isothermal lines and climate zones for most of the world which has been drawn by US geographer William Channing Woodbridge based on the accounts of German geographer Alexander von Humboldt and others. The regions are color-coded: torrid (pink), hot (orange), warm (yellow), temperate (light green), cold (dark green), wintery (blue), and frozen (purple).

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From this map, we can easily make mention to which lands would be designated hot or cold or more simply Shem's lot or belonging to Ham. According to the Global climate map, we can also deduce that Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, and the likes are in hot and warm zones which do not quantify as belonging to Shem but rather Ham. Areas such as Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia are all outside the parameters designating to be allotted to Shem.

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It's intriguing that according to the Book of Jubilees sacred spaces such as the Garden of Eden, Jerusalem and the land of Canaan were all to be considered to Shem's lot; however, the climate of these places quantify as being Hamitic. Even the garden of Eden was identified as being synonymous with the Amazon or tropical regions of South America; again by definition being of Ham's allotment and not of Shem.

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Syria has a hot, dry desert climate with sunny summers from June to August, and mild, rainy winters along the coast from December to February. Damascus periodically experiences cold weather with snow or sleet. Palestine has two main seasons: A hot dry summer and a mild wet winter.

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Some argue that Jerusalem or Canaan is not located in Syria or Palestine but rather in America. If this is the case, the climate still renders these land allotments to be not belonging to Shem. In fact, the only possible climate zones that may equate to Shem's lot is a Mediterranean climate or dry summer climate is characterized by dry summers and mild, wet winters. The climate receives its name from the Mediterranean Basin, where this climate type is most common. Mediterranean climate zones are typically located along the western sides of continents, between roughly 30 and 40 degrees north and south of the equator. These regional areas are very small and few.

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I shall end this examination by again reiterating that the Book of Jubilees suffers from drastic geographical misunderstandings and lack of knowledge concerning climate regions when assigning land divisions amongst the three sons of Noah. Clearly, even if we took the Book of Jubilees as being correct Shem's lot would not be found in the Americas as claimed by aboriginal Hebrews. The Americas were biblically known as the land of Canaan from which the Canaanites and Moabites derive could only be designated as belonging to Ham. The Holy Land was always a blessing gifted to Ham and his progeny Cush and Canaan; the inheritors of the lands of the West.

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