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13 BLACK COLONIES

  1. 1. �111r1 �l'nrdr,, I I 'I(' 11111·, r!I, In 1 � I , !1, 11 /l ' jrttr"iitf�r/ 111,1 111:,;,1 !PIr" ll'n 1�11'11,'111�,(,l. !1• ' Royal ICJ-ICC - 3 MARCH 2018 Minuite Order Exhibit-A
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  3. 3. The image on the front cover of thl& book I& the orlglnlll Delaware Charter: which Includes the original black image of King Charles the 2"" of Scotland and England. This book Is the flrat of Its kind in that it proves that the original founding fathers of the 13 British colonies were five black. Kings from Europe; four of the black Kings were black Stewart Highlanders (Scots) and the s'" was a black German King by the name of King George the 2nd of England. I provide you with a rare ships manifest that gives a physical description of the black Scottish Highlanders as they board the convict ships. You will also read the eyewitness account of former English Secret service agent John Macky as he describes the black Princes, Dukes and Barons of the Scottish nation. I have inserted D.N.A evidence from 4 different sources which validate the colonization of North America by black people. All of a sudden we are reading articles that say, "40,000 years ago dark skinned people came into Europe and populated Scotland, Britain, Ireland, Spain and America." We are reading statements from their scientific teams," the ancient Europeans retained their Darkness longer than expected". We are reading statements like, "they were here but they vanished". Can you say damage control? The results from genetic research, the writings of the ancient historians, the Negro Question book series and the archaeological record are forcing the Europeans to admit that the true founders of Europe and America were black. This will be astonishing to the so called Negro and his scholars but it will be old news ta the white elite...they already know this. Take your time when you read this book and don't be in a hurry....this is truly the nextepisode! 1
  4. 4. & CJ.L.COL IN e:uROPE ...scon.AND& IRELAND ,:,iuNdBI ,.. �•: THEfSSLACK COLONIES PAGE◄7 SHIPS MANIFEST & BLACK SCOTTS CHAPTER5, THE BLACK AMERICAN INDIANS CHAPTER6: BLACK SCOTTISH HIGHLANDERS CHAPTER 7: SHIPS MANIFESTS & BLACK SCOTS CONCLUSION TO THE 13 BLACK COLONIES RELIGIOUS SECTION OF THIS BOOK CHAPTER8: THE WRITINGS OF KING JAMES REFERENCES........................ 2 ............................ PAGE-39 PAGE-103 PAGE-116 PAGE-154 PAGE-168 PAGE-193
  5. 5. PROF. BOYD DAWKINS 1837-1929 BRITISH GEOLOGIST, ARC�AEOLOGIST. icSSAY: OUR EARLIEST ANCESTORS PAGE 96& 97 "In the year 449 A.O certain Englishmen came from North Germany and the Southern shores of the Baltic sea and pushed the Britain's (ancient name of England} westward. By the year 607 A.D the English had pushed the Britain's westward as far as Chester. "The English carved out Yorkshire, Chester and Southern Lancashire forming the Kingdom of Northumbria." ProfessorBoyd Dawkins is giving the location of the whites in England. "The inhabitants of Britain belong to very different races; Britain was inhabited by the Basque from ancient times and they called themselves Roman citizens In their books (where are their books?) they were called the Britain's or Welsh; there are two type of Welsh,one is dark and 5 feet 4 inches and the other is tall and round headed. "The English pushed the Dark Welsh/Britain Westward into Wales, Cumberland, Westmoreland, Highlands of Scotland, Cornwall and Devon." Professor Boyd Dawkins is giving the location of the blacks in England. 3
  6. 6. This comment from professor Boyd D verbal map concerning t�e lo�lion of two diffe�:Uns is , people {black and white) Jiving side by side r:it races Of Britain. This Information was withheld from in anc1el'lt This verbal map win lead us into one of th th 8 Wortdl secrets ofancient Britain and will be rehearsed be Qreat&st of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson J the likes Churchward, Professor Winchell and much' m r. Albeit location of the black population of Britain; Scotla �� e. ihe Cornwall, Cumberland, Westmoreland and O ' Wales, critical to understanding who actually founded evon, is colonies. The secret of the 13 colonies cannot be the 13 the Government sponsored History books 0, S . found in . _ ' oc1a1 st ct· classes. This great secret involves time walkin _ u 1es to mentallygo backwards in time before the �3��l hav'! was ever founded. We have to examine the E onies landscape before the arrival of the whites; this is th� ropea l' of the Black 13 Colonies! Let's begin this secret . . . research b examining a map of the ancrent Highlands of s I Y cot and • .-, - ' • .... . / / .- . '·' .ct,,,,,. •,,:·• • ··� .,,.-.. / I . • ... ANCIENT MAP OF SCOTLAND 18TH CENTURY
  7. 7. cva•• .. . � -.�,YNJfrt I'lSf<..t.' '11 ot-.lt,.. II·�,..... • .....i�..,..... Ec,"t>urvtg.... 'Ma..-.,l The •n-OWs •re P<>lnting tothe estates of the StewartsWho lived In the Hlghlandaand lowlandsofScouand, MAP CROPPED OFF FROM MAP ON PAGE 4 According to the verbal map ofProfessor Boyd Dawkinsthe blacks were pushed into the highlands of Scotland, ifyou look at the map you can clearly see the Stewart clan isnamed in the Highlands and lowlands of Scotland! This is the location of the black Britain's that the white English pushed Westward according to Professor Boyd Dawkins;• our fathers pushed the dark welsh west into Scotland, Wales, Highlands of Scotland, Cornwall and Devon." King James the 6 th of Scotland was a Stewart Highlander. The writings of Professor Dawkins, the ships manifest and the Memoirs of John Macky will validate that the 13 British colonies were founded by black the Scots. COME AND SEE! 5
  8. 8. olKlllgRobl!t..._ ROBERT BRUCE 1, KING OF SCOTS, HIGHLANDER, 1274•1329 SKULL LOCATION, HUNTERIAN MUSEUM DUNFERMLINE ABBEY, FIFFE SCOTLAND SEAL LOCATION-DECLARATION OF ARBROATH, WIKIPEOIA This is a skull image of King Robert the Bru (Barawasa) or bruiser The name Bruce in Paleo Hebr: means Bruiser so Roberts's real name was Robert t: bruiser. The reason that I am using Robert the Bruce': skull is because the wide nasal passage proves that he was indeed a black man. Robert the Bruce was a black Scottish King and he was the ancestor of King James the 61n of Scotland; the King that translated big mama's bible. Robert the Bruce was also a highlander, his skull and his black image matches the verbal map given to us by Professor Boyd Dawkins. The purpose of producing the ancestors of King James is to show you that he came from a black seed. 6
  9. 9. KINGOF THE SCOTS,AlEXANoeRt••1198AO HIGHLANDER IMAGE LOCATION MYFAMILYCLANS.COM The color of these Scottish Stewart Kings are consistentwith the verbal map given by Professor Boyd Dawkins TheScottish Kings lived in the Highlands of Scotland and theirimages are black. So far the untampered artifacts supportthe writings of Professor Dawkins and he is proving himselfto be a reliable scholar. 7
  10. 10. KING MATTHEW STEWART, 4 ™ EARL OF LENNOX, 1516-1571 GRANDFATHER OF KING JAMES PAINTER, JOHN THANE, WESTMINSTER ABBEY MUSEUM, UK It took me forever to locate this image of King James grandfather (Matthew Stewart, the Highlander) but I was able to find one of the originals. The point that I am trying to make is that the original images of the Stewart Royalty is consistent with the remarks made by professor Boyd Dawkins. 8
  11. 11. KING HENRY STEWART,1545•1S67 FATHER OF KINGJAMES THE 6'" OF SCOTLAND ARTIFACT LOCATION,WESTMINSTER ABBEYMUSEUM,UK NATIONAL PORTRAITS ANO ICONOGRAPHIA SCOTICA This King was known as Lord Henry Stewart, who happened to be the father of King James the 6111 ol Scotland and the 1s ' of England. When you get to chapter 7 of this book, the ships manifests, you will see that the deported Jacobite's were described as brown skinned, swarthy, dark skinned or nutbrown. 9
  12. 12. REDSEAL OFKINGJAMES 6"' SCOTLAND IMAGE LOCATION, NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLARY LONDON This is an image of black King James the 6 1 of Scotland with his 1611 translated Bible. Take a close look at the black hand that is flipping the pages of the original 1611 King James Bible. King James was a black Highlander, this is the reason he is depicted as a black man. 10
  13. 13. KING JAMES STEWART gTH OF SCOTLAND1603-1626 THE HIGHLANDER From the reign of Robert the Bruce 1., t King James the 6u, of Scotland 351 ye . o h the death of . · ars ave ell<l'!>l;ed and the St�wa _ rt Scottish Kings are still black. 1 ent backwards 1n time, 1198 A.O, to prove to you th the o riginal Scots and Highlanders were a blaCK entered an image of King James wife, Anne of 6e� :rl<. 1 . so that you could her blackness and her nappy hair. DR. LAIN MATTHIESON GENETECISTS AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY. "Ancient D.N.A makes it possible to ex ine populations as they were before and after adaptation. ark skinned (black people) arrived in Europe 40,000 years ago and retained their dark skin (black skin) far longer ihan originally thought. Rather than lightening as previously thought, the first people retained their dark sl<.in color." This comment by Or. Lain Matthieson is consistent with my observation of the ancestorsof King James," atter 351 years they still retained their blackness". 11
  14. 14. IMAGE LOCATION NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY OF SCOTLAND ARROWS POINTING TO THE NAPPY HAIR OFQUEEN ANNOF DENMARK, THE WIFE OF KING JAMES 5 TH OF SCOTLAND! I have a greater witness than this...come and see. 12
  15. 15. CHARLES 1a • KING OF SCOTLAND BOOK OLIVER CROMWELL NEW PERSPECTIVES CHARLES 1••KINO OF SCOTLAND, HIGHLANDER NATIONALPORTRAIT GALLERYLONDON This is an image of Charles th 1•1 d A f e son of King James an nn o Denmark prior to his b h ct· • e ea 1ng. I took this image off the front cover of the book 01. C . 1ver romwell New Pers�ect1ves because it accurately depicted the color of the Kings son. Whoever you are on the other side of this book, I want you to know how blessed we are to be able to see the faces of the true Royals of Europe's past. 1 am not interested in race as a weapon to crush other ethnic groups, my interest lies in teaching and telling the truth for a generation to come. It has become apparent that we cannot trust the government sponsored institutions to teach us the truth about our black ancestors. I would like to deviate, leave the subject for a moment, and show you the false teaching in the American educational system. They teach us that the Negro is poor but how could that be? When the so called Negro was deported from his homeland the thieftook his land, minerals and IDENTITY Think about what you do every time you go to the mall or 13
  16. 16. ti' 'that empty eeat befil !'IQ fn It •nd that Is what happened ,8 wealth? The moment you were sto•de �!"rythlng that was formerly yours ....__ �,old, ewv """'-&me Ith of the thief. The Negro has wealth (Still) �s of the Atlantic; someone has stolen his I on s""" . Th. . 811d identity and his history. 1s 1s a reoccurrin · throughout the history of man; in antiquity when o:e �� defeated another nation they would deport the I atiOri . . . oser 3,.. install their ov.:n people 1n that nation. This is how milli� of people van1sh...through deportation. Let's ex . . st amine animage of King Charles 1 Stewart of Scotland. IMAGE; CHARLES 1 sr OF SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND IMAGE LOCATION EIKON BASILIKA, THE KINGS eooK There is a reason that the Stewart Kings are :'! depicted as black men and it is simple, theY Highlanders. 14
  17. 17. I would like to take a that King Charles the 1" m h om_ent and focus on the pillow M d. s oe 1s restin un_ • Calco. Mundi was the g on. _ The shoe says (Iberia or Spain) and Calco w name of a nver in Hibernia you can find the name C I as a descendant of Judah a co wntt · ., Why would King Charles ha M en _in 1 Chr�nicles 2:6. effigy? History says that Ga �� ele �: d � h Calco written on his son of Zara and the son of Judah settle��,n on H _ 1 o b f C�lco, the r . II d M em1a near a ,ver ca e unde. The plot furth th· k . er 1c ens when one realizes that Gatheleus named his son H'b ( . . 1 er see Genesis 10:21) being interpreted Heber, Habara or Hebrew! Heber or Eber was the son of Shem who was the father of all the Hebrews. These people are maintaining a precise Chronicle of their family tree on images and artifacts. This present generation of historians, scholars and anthropologists are in a dog fight to prove that yesterday's scholars were liars. Have you ever been in a heated debate with someone and you say," let's not argue, let's look at the evidence? To your amazement they respond," I am not interested in the evidence ...I am right." This is the attitude of this modern scholar....he is not interested in the evidence; the archaeological record, the eyewitness account and the artifacts. He graduated from Yale, Harvard or Princeton so in his mind he has to be right. The sincere scholars will defect to the side of the truth....it is inevitable 15
  18. 18. KING CHARLES THE 2ND STEWART OF SCOTLAND, HIGHLANDER IMAGE LOCATION; WESTMINSTER WAX MUSEUM ABBEY, LONDON ENGLAND AND JESUS CHAPEUISLIP'S CHANTRY This is a wax effigy of King Charles the 2nd (Grandson of King James 1st of England) that was taken of him immediately after his death in 1685. This black wax effi9Y of King Charles stood over his grave 150 years after hiS death. The wax figure was transferred to Jes� Cha�ell _ lslip's Chantry where it was ph?tographed bY 0 : BenJam1n Stone in 1896. I blew up the image on th0 of page so that you could get a close up of the grand500 King James 6th of Scotland. 16
  19. 19. WAX EFFIGY OF KING CHARLES THE 2 ND SCOTLAND GRANDSON OF KING JAMES THE 5 TH OF SCOTLAND LOCATIONOF IMAGE; WESTMINSTER ABBEY MUSEUM This wax image of King Charles the 2nd stood over his grave for 150 years and the Europeans never disputed it, why would they dispute it in our generation? The Government sponsored school system has to dispute the truth that is coming out of the ground because their entire educational system is built on an illusion...what they are teaching never happened! King Richard the 3rd skeleton has recently been located in London. It didn't receive the fanfare that one would expect and do you know why? When they dug the skeleton up... the nasal passage was that of a black man...it resembled that of Robert the Bruce. 17
  20. 20. SKELETON OF KING RICHARD 3Ro OF ENGLAND IMAGE LOCATION, LEICASTOR CENTRALENGLAND The nasal passage of white Europeans are long and pointed but the nasal passage of a black man is Widel like this skeleton of King �ichar _ d th� 3rd of England. ,: Europeans never mention 1n their article that King Richard was black based on the nasal passage because it WOUid kill their educational system. Their newspapers simply state that his skeleton was found in a dig at Lei castor Central Eng/and. I have recently met a retired cell biologist (white guy) who happe ns to be an atheist and we have struck up an awkward friendship. He rides his bicycle to the Starbucks every morning preaching his gospel, the man is a genius and I like him. One day he showed me an image of a skeleton that was supposed to be 100 million 18
  21. 21. nw11 P••--- I � iiiiia �orlglnal COior of 1111a man ■nd he ....... - dark", I-ponded no...he - black! When CIIIIII- •l-11a 1nour soeiety don1 -nt to lldmlt the black- ofI peopleor a historicalCharacter, they wmuaethe c:ode wonsdirkIn place o f black. I have ShOWn you Iha black lmagea orMatthew Sta-rt (King Jamee grandfather) and LordHenry Stewart (King Jamee father) to prove to you thatKing James camefrom a blackScottish lineage. I •h­you the blackness of his •on and grandaon; Charteathe 1" and Charles the 2"° . This will become extremelyimportant when we get to chapter 7 of this book and yousee the last names on the ships manifest. The last nameson the ships manifest are identical to thelast names of he people that Harriet Tubman rescued from the south. Iwant to ask you a very important question, What was King James last name? If you said Stewart (Steward) you are Ong Stewart was not his last name ii was his ideologywr ' h"hK. James fett that he was a Steward of the most 191ng h. ttGod (Luke 12:42) and that he needed tobehave ,mse as a faithful and wise steward. So then what was his last name?come and seel 19
  22. 22. KING OFTHE HEBREWS/HIBERNIE KINGJAMES 6 TEWART OF SCOTLAND ANO ENGLAND THE HIGHLANDER LOCATION, NAT NAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, LONDON 1603 King James h his last name written on his portrait, Jacobus, which er translation means Israel and he self styled himself th King of the Hebrews. In the Hebrew history book of Genesis (Genesis 32:24-28) Jacob wrote (Jacob Colophon) as an eyewitness that he wrestled witt an angel and that the angel changed his name to lsrae1 Moses took 11 tablets (Diaries) from the elders and wrot the book of Genesis, each tablet was signed by the authc with the phrase; these are the generations of. In ancie � Mesopotamia the same formula was found to be used 20
  23. 23. tabfet not th, bHinnlna Th .. fo�Adam, Noah and so fort� . la same formuta tr;, this further in this book Th' · if I have time I win wr'l4rt is actually 11 eyewitne� 18 means that the Genes· a tic.M>O�Jt 11 tablets were then m s accounts writ ten on tabla:�erged togoth · "" means that Genesis . er by Moses ......1s not an 1 , n111Ch supposed by the self-styled 8 . era tradition as wa h . eminan,s h 1 • ear oral trad1tio, ·,t · ·' c Oars When vo . 1s code word f --U why 1s that? Every scholar knows . or barbarian and alphabet that it is indicative I thst if you don't have an 0 an uncivilized p 1the reason why their schol I eope. This is or blacks didn't write their �:,; ve d�w say that the Africans uninformed blacks making th1:Y n....you even have M 18 statement This is howoses wrote the book of Genesis he took the tablets of the elders and wrote them in a book Th. · ere 1s another secret on this b_lack portrait of King James, on page 20, he self. styles_ himself as the King of the Hebrews (Hibernia). I say this l_o the so called scholars, respectfully, how can you d1sm1ss the verbiage (words) on this picture of King James the 61 � of Scotland? If I had published this book one month ago I would have missed this valuable gem...what is that saying...haste makes waste? I will deal with the Hibernia issue down the road; I don't want to get ahead of myself. The secret to surnames (last names) in medieval Europe is that the people named themselves after persons, places and things. For instance McDonald means the son of Donald, Filidon means the son of Don, Thompson means the son of Tom and Jefferson means the son of Jeff. The black Scottish Kings nam� themselves after Jacob of the Bible and traced their . 1 Judah Brutus of lineage backwards to the prince O Troy/Phrygia. 21
  24. 24. An early nineteenth century editor of Jonson's worl( notes that the prohibition was "a side complimelJ1 to the king {KING JAMES), who hated po[k in all its varieties." Elsewhere he adds two prejudices to the monarch's documented hatred of smoking: "Three things to which James had a gf!!l dislike, and _ wi�h w�ich he _ said he would treat the DevU were he to 1nv1te hn� to dinner, were a pig, a poll ofling with mustard, and a pipe of tobacco for digesture." (Gifford 380n, 420n) Seventeenth century English sources other than Jonson reflect the Scottish anomaly. A popular song written at some point before 1662, The Brewer, includes tht verse; "The Jewish Scots that scorns [sic} to eat The Flesh of swine and Brewers beat 'Twas the sight of this Hogs-head , • (Amade 'em retreat which nobody can deny. Collection vol. I, 228). The Scots were called Jew!!! 22
  25. 25. 1428) In 1130 l army, e>cplalned to a common With us b friend In LOfldon editor of his latte' ut What We have 111' � IIScots, both in th:H�: s that "the avers1�°::;··· • 111d had nothing superstf ands and LOWiands t rnany oflhe the same thing d����; a � ou� it... :• Dr-•J;;;ung P0rk Scotland. his 1ourney With 8 aon 17'.f • -P!WtUtq EELS ANO PORK "The vulgar inhabitants of S not whether of the oth . ky Js1cJ,I know only eels but por: r isla ; ds, have not abhorrence. an bacon in If you know anything about the Hebrew dietary law you know that Israel could onlyeat fish with fi d (L -,- h th ns an scales ev1 icus t e 11 Chapter) and since the eel dosen't possess fins or scales the black Scots, Brits and lrish would not eat it The dietary law also said that you could only eat flesh that was cloven footed, chewed the cud and parted the hoof. The pig parts the hoof and chews the cud but he is not cloven footed! In a passage from the text itself, an English character says "the Scots never eat pork, strange that!" Swine's flesh, in any shape, was, till late of years, much abominated by the Scotc�, nor is it yet a fav orite food amongst them." How did the early white Historians describe these non pork eating inhabitants of Scotland? 23
  26. 26. PROFESSOR WINCHELL ALEXANDER, 1815-1900 OUR REMOTE ANCESTRY "These short black men (Pygmies) came from Atlan· Northern Africa and they overran Europe; they were kn� as the Britain's." Professor Alexander said," they came from Africa and this fits the physical description given by Professor Boyd Dawkins on page 3. The white Europeans massacred the black founders of Europe and America during their civil wars and the ones that remained alive (the seed of the black founders) were deported into the Americas. Some of the deported black Europeans came as indentured servants and some as convicts. The seed ofthe black founders of the 13 colonies was already in North America when the deportees arrived. 24
  27. 27. CHAPTER 2: ZARAH AND CALCOL IN EUROPE If the Kings of Scotland,_ Ireland and Britain are trulydescendant_s of Judah how did they arrive in Europe? Thisis a question that must be answered to validate theHebrew claims of the Scottish Kings. In order to solve thisriddle we have to follow the footsteps of Judah's twograndsons, Calco! and Dara from 1sr Chronicles (111 Chronicles 2:1-6). According to the ancient historianJosephus, Calco! left Egypt and founded the city ofAthens but had to return to Egypt after killing a man. Afterassisting one of the pharaohs in his fight against theEthiopians, Gathelus (son of Calco!) was given the handof the pharaoh's daughter SCOTA in marriage. After livingseven years in Egypt, Gathelus fled the land at the outset of the plagues and traveled westward to Spain. 1$1 ff of Charles theThis is the reason wh y t d h� e Ca, g l y co is extremelyd·ng Mun 1 •and the wor r , . . . S . Gathelus and his significant. During th�rr trm� 1 � st�'nbears the name of People founded a city wh1c Wherever they traveled their ancestor Zara, Zaragos�a. arking their journey to they left this name like a footprint : banks of which the adistant lands. Thus the river on � :till to this day calle founded the city ofZaragos�a 'ft they gave the name the Ebro, and to the land itse 25
  28. 28. 111b;ldes 11 . IC ( ' o,..� lllancls John O'Groats Thu,.o• Sa,atlh •WICk Hlahland• •ltland• t,aapoo1 1�• • • Elgin • Peterhffd OAl>erdeenK�of In Li>c:hmh Hebrides •nu, -:-;.,�,5 11-"""''"1 • Arbroath �lull •Obalt Pertl1• oStAndrwws .•, •Kir1<caldy OEdlnburgh • Glasgow - Arnn• 1 eAyr •Melrose f• :-.:onhu,uh.,rlaad NORTHERN - Oumn� :l' IREJ..ANO • -- Lame• - •Slr.lt'lraet Hadrian'sW,tlf ___ Be!fa.stc::>.. .., .ENCil.A';!O __j Then, with Eremon as their king, these descendantsof Zara-Judah founded the Kingdom of Ulster shortly afterthe Exodus. From that time until now, the emblem of Ulster has been a Red Hand circled with a Scarlet Cord. Ifyou have time, read (Joshua 2:17-21) and you will see that Zara's sons gave the harlot Rahab a scarlet thread to place over her home as a sign of protection. This is howI knew that the spy's that entered Jericho were the sons 0 Zara...the scarlet thread. In the book of Joshua (J�sh � 7.17-18) the name Zab'di the son of Zarah of the tribe of Judah 1s mentioned. This is the Hebrew version 26
  29. 29. .,.'Thts can be a bit confueln data on these two grandsons of g, 1 had to •� week before I realized I was 10;��ah for at least one migrations of the tribe ofJudah to E g at two different are the Hebrews plain and sim 1 . uropel The Hebridea know this and if they don't....the�=h��fd� o called scholars PROFESSOR HUXLEY1870 THE IBERIAN RACE, AUTHOR, PROF. HUXLEY, PAGE 332 "The Iberian/black Basque bones, with his animals have been found all over Europe." So far we have the testimony of three European Scholars; Professor Boyd Dawkins, Professor Winchell Alexander and Professor Huxley concerning the blackness of the original inhabitants of Europ�. It is critical that we first establish the black foundation of Europe before proceeding to the blackness of the 13 British colonies. 27
  30. 30. things In mind, let us now tum to Da Wilh � zara who once resided in EgYJ)I_ Indaennde : V rsion of the Old Testament his nameAuthortz ;ra e but in the margin, the alternate Spelling Itspelled ', the Jewish historian Josephus calls h;•Darda an · b h "" DARDANUS. This is significant ecause t e Al'OYI:which he led went northward across t.he M_editerran !!iltSea to the northwest corner of Asia Minor, ancia'll Anaioua. There, und�r the rule of Darda (Dardan11sJ they established a Kingdom, late r called Troy, on the southern shore of that narrow body of water which bear,, his name to this day, Dardanelles. Hundreds of years later this Kingdom was destroyed in a wa'. with the Greeks.Some of the survivors fled northward into Europe where their emblem, the Rampant Red Lion, appears on thii Arms of some of the nations. • THE AR�IS orTHEKINGS OfSCOTLAND [N CONRADVOi>' GRUNEGBERG WAPPENBUCH, 148 Dara emigrated to Samothrace and later to Phrygia where a mountain (IDA or JUDAH) was named after hin1. In the process of time he named one of his sons ldaeus or in pal _ eo Hebrew....Ydaws, Judas or Judah. This can�0: coincidental; Peter states in the book of Acts (Acts 2-1 ithat Jews came down from Phrygia on the d9-YroYPentecost. The Apostle Peter said that the people of Toit �r Phrygia were Judean but I have a witness closer 10 t,m 1·e 1ne on the next page. Come and See. 28
  31. 31. GEOFFREY OF MONMOTH, THEWELSHMAN HISTORIA REGUM BRITTANE Geoffrey of Monmouth (Monmouth means Mana mouth) account tells much the same story, but in greater detail. "Brutus is explicitly the grandson, rather than son, of Ascanius; his father is Ascanius' son Silvius. The magician who predicts great things for the unborn Brutus also predicts that he will kill both his parents. He does so, in the same manner described in the Historia Britanie, and is banished. TraveJJing to Greece, he discovers a group of Trojans enslaved there. He becomes their leader, and after a series of battles they defeat the Greek king Pandrasus by attacking his camp at night. Brutu _ s takes the Greek King hostage and forces him to let h _ is I d , daoghter lgnoge in peop e go. He is given Pan rasus s 29
  32. 32. on the bank9 °' 118 f,ola Nov•. orTroy ,....,,. whleh 1'18 Cl 8., of Scotlandtraces his II ·dO"' Klr,g .r.rn99 th9 -•Troy Phrygia The P80Pftlufi -' BnJIUS '" ' b8Ckto lh• Judeen ant on the day of Pen1 1 were pres TroY (Phl'Yll. Jew& and so did the J'hat tt,ey were ht9r seld eed of Davidis spelled in ane iert J ephUS The s Ihistorian os · b 1 •n the Bible; 1• Chronicles J:,-,. Hattusau1 ., --..Anatolia as d E a 8.2 the son of Davids nameg·ah 10:4 an zr · ' Nehemi T..e map uses an ending of sa Which latied Hattush. "spe , b w the Hebre ranslator of the Bibkithe Samek 1n He re , h·ch is the shin, Iha s the only d1ffereneeusedthesh, w 1 ii- ;. ,111,111.m1a ""'n�1111 I i� • ��•� 1 !1 Modtrn Turkey P1ln!ut C Hiill G1l1b1 J,.,'"·" PhrvAla '"'""� Ur11t What are the odds that the son of David's name. Hattusa, would appear on a map of ancient Troy/Phrygia or modern Turkey? This is where Brutus came from, where fringes and Paleo Hebrew writings were found. Sala'thiel ls the bridge (Ezra 3:2 & Matthew 1:12) that ties the Kings of Judah to Jesus after the Babylonian captivityBrutus is the bridge that ties the Steward Kings to the Royal house of Judah after the Roman captivity. With�Brutus the Roya/ house of Judah would be lost. Whoeveryou are on the other side of this book this is one oft�'most critical finds in the history of the Church! Where d'dthe black Scots come from? Come and see. 30
  33. 33. ! ! ' ' OR. ALBERTCHURCHWARO18S2-192S ORIGINANO EVOLUTIONOF THE HUMAN RACO.PAGES12 & 13 LECTURE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON "Gentlemen it was in Africa that the little black Pygmy evolved, from there these l"ttle men spread all over theworld.;{Jerusalem is in North East Africa}North, East,South and West,until not only Africa but Europe, Asia North and South America and Oceania were populated by them,the black Basque were exterminated from Europe. The good Doctor said that Europe and North America was populated by these black Africans..•did you see that? If these blacks populated Europe that would mean they were the original founders of Europe and if these blacks populated North America, then they were the original founders of the 13 colonies! It would be illogical to think otherwise but we are not dealing with a logical generation. 31
  34. 34. If you know anything about the Hebrews of the Bible you already know lhat lhey placed fringes on their garments as a reminder to keep the commandments and statutes of their God If you take a close look at the d0C11men1 that these Scottish elders are holding, youShould see that !hey are full of fringes. They are holdinglhe oath of Arbroath Which we will examine closely inUJ)C¢m1ng pages 32
  35. 35. THE DECLARATION OF ARBROATH The ,.dseals ecartet) on this document represent Zaraof ihe1nbe ofJudah Ifyou look closely, you will see the hidden treasure on this official Scottish document stored in Scotland's National Archives. The Declaration has fringes on the bottom, red and black; the same fringes have been found on stone steles in Troy/Turkey. The alphabet on the stele is Paleo 33
  36. 36. Arbroath W§a•nges. �-�,--:---.:. ed with fn otland and this Wasd underf1n nds of 5� , that the Whites ebre'N an Hi hla Britain s H d in the blacklocate . n of the PAGE 3.the 1ocat10 t w ard. SEE RBROATHpushed w :ECLARATION OF A Orkney r Out« Hebrtdts ARBROATH MEANS OUR BREATH Islands I I I ' (I I ' ' John O'Gtoats Thurso• •w,ck Scottf,h Highlands a.lslands �llapool 0 Elgin • P�terhead, " lnvemes�o Avlemoro Sk) • •Area O AberdeenKyk-of " LochalshInner lkn X�lHebrides "!l.'44ml • Arbroath <;::::::::::i.hill •Ohan Perth• •St Alldrews 0 Kir�caldy o EdlnbvrghJliai • Glasgow •Melrose · Arr.in I OAYJ NORTHERN .,. Dumf!i�• :,..orth11n1b1'f'l11r1d 'I' IREI-AND r-,.lameo Belfast!'.'�-�--- •Slranraer .. �. wallH.idnan s l=NGLA�D MAPOFANCIENTSCOTLAND h'le It is important that you stay focused w 1 . . t d in the reviewing my research; Arbroath was loca e h' h i ssor '9 lands Of Seottana, the very place that Pro e • Eto,,, Dawk,ns said the blacks Inhabited. The peop Wh0signed this document were black! 34
  37. 37. ne providence Supreme Poutlff of the an and universal Church, his humble and devout _. Duncan, Earl of Fife, Thomas Randolph, Ear1 Of [lllor&Y, Lord of Man and of Annandale, Patrick Dunbar, Earl of March, Malise, Earl of Strathearn, Malcolm, Earl of Lennox, William, Earl of Ross, Magnus, Earl of Caithness and Orkney, and William, Earl of Sutherland; Walter, steward of Scotland, William Soules, Butler of Scotland, James, Lord of David, Lord of Brechin, Umfraville, John Menteith, Douglas, Roger Mowbray, David Graham, Ingram guardian of the earldom of Menteith, Alexander Fraser, Gilbert Hay, Constable of Scotland, Robert Keith, Marischal of Scotland, Henry Sinclair, John Graham, David Lindsay, William Oliphant, Patrick Graham, John Fenton, William Abernethy, David Wemyss, William Mushet, Fergus of Ardrossan, Eustace Maxwell, William Ramsay, William Mowat, Alan Murray, Donald Campbell, John Cameron, Reginald Cheyne, Alexander Seton, Andrew Leslie and Alexander Straiton, and the other barons and freeholders and the whole community of the realm of Scotland. PAUSE If you look at the map below you will see that all of the signatures on this official document belong to the Highlanders that Professor Boyd Dawkins spoke about. 35
  38. 38. Look at the names on this clan map for Scotland; Macleod, Graham, Scott, Sutherland, Alexander, Stewart, Comyn, Cumming (Me) and Ross to name a few. These are the people who were pushed into the Highlands and lowlands of Scotland. 36
  39. 39. a,,t,roona gther �mou _ ,nations our own, the Scots, h8S t,een graced with widespread renown. 11 journeyed trom Greater Scythia by way of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Pillars of Hercules, and dwelt for a long course of time In Spain (Gathelus the son of Calco dwelt in Spain) among the most savage peoples, but nowhere could ii be subdued by any people, however barbarous. Thence It came, twelve hundred years after the people of Israel !=rossed the Red Sea,to its home in the west where it still lives today. The Britons it first drove out, the Picts it utterly destroyed, and even though very often assailed by the Norwegians, Danes and the English, it took possession of that home with many victories. Professor Boyd Dawkins said that the blacks fought against the invading whites. In their kingdom there have reigned one hundred and thirteen kings of their own royal stock, the line unbroken by a single foreigner. The high qualities and merits of these people, were they not otherwise manifest, shine forth clearly enough from this: that the King of kings and Lord of lords, our Lord Jesus Christ, after His Passion and Resurrection, called them, even though settled in the uttermost parts of the earth, almost the first to His most holy faith. Nor did He wish them to be confirmed in that faith by merely anyone but by the first of His Apostles • by calling, though second or 37
  40. 40. ntle Saint Andrtw,1ht most ge rdIn rank • the The Most Holy Fathers Your!"L brother. ,. d Peter's h d to these t mgs all(l 810!1 careful ee ..,decessors gave _ dam and people with manyp,.. - ame kingstrengthened this s . ·ieges as being the specialumerous priv1favours and n , brother. But from theseBlessed Peterscharge of the been set free, by the help of·1 we havecountless evi5 . 1 heals and restores, by our h He afflicts ye • Him who thoug . d lord the lord Robert.mosttireless prince, King an , WALTEROE GRAY BIRCH 190S SEAL OFROBERT THE BRUCE, THE HIGHLANDER"He, that his people and his heritage might be deliveredout of the hands of our enemies, bore cheerfully toil 8"dfatigue, hunger and peril, like another Maccabaeus orJoshua. Hirn, loo, divine providence, the succession tg his rl ht accordin to our laws and customs which we !hall maintain to the death. and the due consent and 38
  41. 41. 111 •ff have made our prince and king. Tofi to lit man by whom salvation has been wrought unto our peoP'" r,hat did you luft read? You read In •lrnPlt !IDguage that we are the Jews from the book of chronicles, these ancient Scots and Irish knew who �ev were. Below is a seal of Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland and you will do well to note that the seal is red. This scarlet (red) seal is the sign of the house of Zara Judah....plain and simple. IMAGE LOCATION ORIENTAL INSTITUTEOF CHICAGO This stone stele, written in Paleo Hebrew was found in ancient Phrygiarrroy or modern Turkey. These blacks, who founded Troy and wrote in the ancient Hebrew, migrated to Britain. The ancient name of Troy was Phrygia and the Phrygian's came down to Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1O) to keep the feast day with the rest of their Jewish brothers. 39
  42. 42. KINGMIDAS, THE BLACKJEWOF PHRYGIA IMAGE LOCATION: ANCIENT COIN OFPHRYGIA, PRYMNESSOS This blown up image is that of King Midas of Phrygia/Troy and on the day of Pentecost representatives from Phrygia/Troy were present in Jerusal em. In the bookof Acts {Acts 2:5& 10) Luke writes that Jews (Judah) camefrom every nation under heaven. Ancient Anatolia ismodern Turkey and the people of Troy and Phrygiainhabited this place at the same time. Josephus the Jewishhistorian said that the people of Troy were Jews. GeoffreyofMonmouth {Monmouth means mana mouth) stated inhis historium Brittium that the men of Troy/Phrygia settledin Britain_ One of the problems that I have with modernsch�lars is that they dismiss the report of thea�cients. The seed of Dara (Judah) landed in Irelandwith _Scotia and the seed of Calcol (Judah) landed inBritain Wilh Brutus. See ancient Scots with fringes on thenext page_ 40
  43. 43. A BRONZE SHRINE 11'" TO 12'" CENTURY IMAGE LOCATION, HIGH MEDIEVAL SCOTTISH GAELIC DRESS ARROW POINTS TO THE FRINGES These images of the ancient Scots are black with long braids and they have fringes on the bottom of their garments. These fringes are identical to the fringes found on the stone stele in Turkey and you know why? Because the Jews that left Troy/Phrygia settled in Britain, Ireland and London. 41
  44. 44. 450B.C The apostle Peter said that Jews came from Libya Cyrene (Acts 2:1-10) on the day of Pentecost. Thea� name of Africa was Libya and Peter confirms Africa as place that Jews came from! The Professor said that dark men (black men) were in Britain, Scotland, 1 and France, did you get that? These blacks f Europe and eventually the 13 colonies. 42
  45. 45. CHILDREN$WOOLEN HOODWITHFRINGES IMAGE LOCATION: 5TH CENTURY SKARABRAE ORKNEY$ NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND This artifact from the Scotland museum comes to us from the 6th century and it is evident that the Scots knew that they were Israelites because they had fringes on all of their clothing. In the book of Numbers (Numbers 15:38-41) God tells the Israelites to make fringes in the bottom of their garments so that they would remember to keep his commandments! The reason that we have never heard of these Professors or seen these images are simple...we have been given the watered down version of history. The real history of the world has been hidden in Royal Libraries, National Museums or in private collect i ons. 43
  46. 46. UNMISTAKABLE FRINGES IMAGEFROM TOMB OF ALEXANDER MACLEOD ILLUSTRATION OF SOTTISH HISTORY1528 This is an image of the real McLeod's who inhabitedthe Hebrides of Scotland and Ireland; these are the people who the historian Geoffrey Monmouth (page 29) said were descended from Troy and the fringes validate their Jewishness. It appears that the testimony of the black scholar Geoffrey Monmouth can be taken seriously. If you look closely the Pope (whose hand is black) is walking in front of Alexander Macleod and he has fringes on the bottom of his garment. To stumble onto an ima9_ e that shows the Macleod's as being black Highlanders 15 one thing but to see a black Pope with fringes on hlS garment is staggering! 44
  47. 47. BLACKANGel SPR<ADINGINCENSE IMAGEFROM TOMBALESDAIR MCLEOD lSZB ISLEOF LEWIS MCLEOD, OUTER HEBRIDES ROOELCHURCH SCOTLAND This image of the black angel with incense dates t the year 1526 A.D, which falls on the time line f o r the rule o r ship of King James 5'" and the birth of King James 6"' of Scotland. The black Scots painted their angels and their God to look black just like them. The only people on this planet who will worship a God that doesn't look like himself is the so called Negro. All ofKing James images had the word Jacobus (interpreted Israel) on the images! In Genesis (35:9& 10) God told Jacob your name shall not be called Jacob butyour name shall be called Israel! It was understood that Israel wouldwear fringes on the bottom of their garments to remember to keep the commandments of the God of Israel. So what does this all mean? It means that the ancient Scots are who they declared themselves to be, Jacobus or Israelites. In fact the name Hebrides derives from the name Heberites, whowas one of the sons ofAsher, you can find this written in the book of Numbers 45
  48. 48. 4fl). Th• Hebrides balo"ilell .,.,. 21: A4 "r1taln and Ireland; It BJ)pearg (M:!11 9i",Oilllnd, e Ith Judah In the Hlghlanda....thlt an ..�, -N••,r1111aled w an ti Now I understand,.,..,, .,, A••"' d8ve1opm . ...., ,,111g 11 8 8wnnlnll . 11 .Jacobus...11 makes sense. Nov, 1._ ,,_� 11,mse · · , · h b't ·• James CS"""' . d that Bnta1n w s 1n a , ed b y br,,o we hSVI' establ••:�ck and White Britain's) rt is time to different people .t ofthis book, the 13 black colonies. Tile move onto 1h8d1�:is with the original charters that lllll next chapter ,ve 10 the Princes and noblemen ••- b'te Kings 9 "'"' Jaco I d th• British colonies It was necessal)' to use the rounda ha"'ers of my research on the 13 Bl=• firs! three c ,,. . - 1 - . 1 rase any doubt 111 your mind o the blackne.. Colonies o e "" •,,1 Scots. Since the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD otthe anc,,, '. ,, ,� the seed of David had all but disappeared "-­ the rn� u . _,,� wri tings of Geoffrey Monrnoth hnk Brutus of Tioy backWards In time to Judah and forward in time to King James the 6'" of Scotland. This is the missing lin:. that reconnects the Royal house of David to King James Steward of Scotland1 I have found the Royal house (ii Judah through Zarah or the Steward Kings and I shal show it to you in future chapters It is time to examir1e tile original Charters given by King James the sin of Sco�arld, King Charles the 1st of Scotland, King Charles the 2od of Scotland and King George the 2"� of England. Some of these original Charters will show the black Scotli!h Highlander Kings as black men....that's right. We wm also read the written eyewitness account of Benjamin Frankin, Thomas Jefferson and other leading European scholars concerning the founding of Europe and the 13 colonies Come and see. 46
  49. 49. CHAPTER41 We have been taught in the classrooms 'h , , .,,· h 13 . ,a,s,avery ex,s,e ,n t e colonies but ii is impos,·b,, Th • 1 • erewas the council of Westminster 1102) that was held in � ondo� that ruled," The peculiar institution o1 slavery was illegal. The English Magna Carta of 1215 held that all men have the right to liberty. Then there was a case in England in 1569 in which a Russian by the name of Cartwright was seen beating his slave. He was arrested and brought before the courts and tried. The court QI England ruled that the institution of slavery is no recognized in England.The reason I have cited all o1 these cases and laws is to prep you for the truththat slavery was not recognized in England The black Scottish Stewart Kings wrote in each charter that the laws of the colonies must be consistent with those in England. This is the reason why there was no slavery in the original 13 colonies.The first King to break the Magna Carta was King George 2rtd in 1752, he was not a Scot, he was a black German! Benjamin Franklin said that the Germans_mre swarthy in 1751 which was 19 years after the founding 01 Georgia. ,,
  50. 50. IMAGE LOCATION, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE This is an official map of New England which laterwas named Jamestown and the man in the upper left hand corner isJohn Smith. You will do good to note that Captain John Smith was a black Scot and I shall make that plainto you by blowing up the image on the next page. In some21 the Charter States I will deal only with images butin others I will deal with the non-slavery language of th,! Charters. I thought it prudent to forewarn you conceminQ thisperceived subject transitioning. 48 sr wh 81'1 co W (11 rn fr C a t-
  51. 51. n mlth, one of the founders of Jamestawn white. It is lmp�ssible �m the testimony of 8oytl and the only life portrait of Captain John Smith that could be white. According to Professor DaWkins the blackg were pushed into the Highlands of Scotland. The surname (last name) Smith belonged to the Chattan clan, which w81 made u p of a confederation of 26 clans (Chattan clan from highlands of Scotland) and Smith was one of the Clans. On the next page I provide you with a map of ancient Scotland that shows the Chattan Clan being in the Highlands of Scotland. See the nextpage. 49
  52. 52. '°.... Oliphant - ANCIENTMAP OF SCOTLAND THE CHATTAN/SMITHCLAN The Chattan clan was located in the Highlands Scotland; this is the exact location that Professor � Dawkins, page 3, said that the blacks inhabited.
  53. 53. IMAGE OF CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH, THE HIGHLANDER SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE This is a copy of the original map of Virginia that was drawn by Simon De Passe in 1616. This image of John Smith was copied from the original; I have stowed the image down on the next few pages so that you can see the true color of this man. 51
  54. 54. IMAGEJOHN SMITH, ENGRAVER WILLIAM RICHARDSON 1793 COPIED FROM THE ORIGINAL, SIMON DE PASSE 1616 This engraving of Captain John Smith is currenttJ being housed at the Smithsonian Institute. This is the� known portrait of John Smith and you can't help b1i notice that the man is brown skinned. This will come a�!. ·-1�supnse to you once you realize that he was a hig a#fi and he was a black Scot! I have slowed the image d even further on the next page. 52 ( br CL ar Le w lli be th
  55. 55. CROPPED OFF !MAGE OF JOHN SMITH FROM PG51;CAPTAINJOHN SMITH PHYSICALLY SATFOR THIS LIFEPORTRAIT. THIS IS A COPY OF THE ORIGINAL! SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE FAKE VERSIONOF JOHN SMITH UN�NOWN ARTIST. "Th Highlanders are generally diminutive, with brown omplexions, and almost always with black curled air and dark eyes."Annals of Caledonian, Picts, and Sc ts by Joseph Ritson, Vol. II, Edinburgh: Ward D. Laing, 28, footnote pp. 7, 27. Thi painting of John Smith matches the eyewitness accoun of Joseph Ritson, Professor Boyd Dawkins (pg-3), the ships manifest (pgs- 135, 137, 139) and the eyewitness account of John Macky on page 187. Beniamin Franklin describes the English as while and red {pgs-86, 87 & 88) this image of John Smith does not fit the description of a white man. Who are we supposed to believe, the guy that heard the story from someone else or the guy at the scene? I am going with the guy at the scene. 53
  56. 56. c...,c,■A 1.eoe re for us, our he1� _., _,. �,,d agree that the •aide •rt""� George Sumers, Rl�ot,•"�at••• fdW8rde Marla Wlnghft1 � and nd for our clttle of London, ill'l(l lde, _,,.ntu"'rs of 8 e or shalbe Joined unto til e fl ...,cfte others as :HALL BE CALLEO THe F "' Of fl'IAT COLON: heY shall and may beginne t:-r C()t.oHV and I ntacion and seate of theire °' !rt nrste P a . •irstesaide d h bftac1on at an1e place upon the""ade an a . loaldta e of Virginia or Ame rica. The char tercoast . 1606 was called the first colony , fa,Vlrgin!a 1n · "Jld to d and for the more speedy accomplisheme...that en e, . . .,,e(f . aide intended plantac1on and hab1tacion therethe1res .1 ,.,. , to devide themselves 1n o two several] Colodes,rou . . . nies and companies, the one cons1st1ng of certa1ne Kl'lightea gentlemen, marchanntes and other adventurers 01 otr cittie of London, and elsewhere, w�ich are and fromtimeto time shalbe joined unto them , w�1ch d?e desire to begri theire plantac1ons and hab1tac1ons 1n some fitt and conveniente place between fower and thirtie and oneaoo fortie degrees of the said latitude all along the coast d Virginia and coasts of America aforesaid and the olhl consisting of sundry Knights, gentlemen, merchants, a!IJ other adventurers of our citties of Bristol! and Exetef, and of our towne of Plymouth. King James tells)?I which cities participated in the colonization i Jamestown; Bristol, Exeter, Plymouth and Comd were black towns in Devon. This is huge becauseth85f cities are the location of the blacks that Professor Bo)'l Dawkins spoke of. 54 '"'" .,.,"',.o• " '' ,, s, th
  57. 57. •••s,, '"• ••, <:911 > Of tsr !Ire ''• ide fo, lo Of ,,. >es ,,- ' >ur to Jin nd nd of er 1d !!, !!! !!f ,11-;e 1d .,,... aacoND COLONY OF PLYMOUTH doe ukewise for us, our helres 11nd succeuo�, by ptd -res,,ntel grannte and agree that the sade Thom.. (fllll,e p ,ul•lgh• Gllb•rd•, Wllllam Parker and Geo tu",.. "' ' nd ell qtb1r1 or the town■ofPlvmoutb In::, ,DfJII•"'�;Qevon; DCYONI 511 DIP! ], Here are some s1ne70, the leaders of the Virginia colony and thelr place of nerri•_ Thomas Gale-Cornwall, George Somers-Cornwall. Ol"ll'n, rd Hackluit-Welsh, Edward Maria Wingfield-Welsh R;ch8Raleigh Gilbert-Cornwall. All of these men's last arid es place their origination in the black Highland's of :iiand and that is a fact! I have a greater witness than this, come and see. 55
  58. 58. TR/STRAM COFFIN FOUNDER OF NANTUCKET JMAGE LOCATION WIKEPEDIA This coin reads these are the first of the RACE to settle America and is dated to theyear 1642. This blact man purchased Nantucket (Small County in Massachusetts) from Thomas Mayhew and he also owned Tuckernut Island in 1660. The name Tristram can be traced back to Devon and Cornwall, whichwas the location of the black Britain's and Scots. Profess« Boyd Dawkins stated that the blacks were pushed intc Cornwall and Devon Tristram Coffin name can be traced , � to Cornwall and Devon....this is what I call a perfectma 56 Af 28 Pe ha ho co foe Vic Pe
  59. 59. E to ,tack ;n also :rarn was ssor into 1ced itch- TRISTRAM COFFIN FOUNDED NANTUCKET J()lJR"-'AI. '·" '"' jU'..)YAL 1"-STITl.lTRlN .,, C()l{Nl-':1 l. INT">l,X ,oa? ,,,7; "I believe that the first people to enter Cornwall were African Pygmies." This comment and others can be found on pages 280- 283 of footsteps of vanished races in Cornwall. These people didn't vanish, they were massacred or deported. I have noticed in all the books that I have read that the honest scholars say," these people vanished." It is a � Ver Up lo hide the fact that the black Scots migrated and �unded the 13 British colonies. It doesn't help when the Victor has tw Pen . o of the greatest weapons 1n the world....a cil and an eraser 57
  60. 60. KING JAMES; THE DUKE OF YORK, DUKE OF ALBANY KING OF SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND 1664 NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY This image of the Duke of York depicts him as a black Scottish King; he was named after King James the 6'd Scotland. The Duke of York was granted these landsl! his brother King Charles 2nd ; New York, the - between Connecticut, Delaware, Long ls�a�d, M� Vineyard, Nantucket and ½ of Maine. This 1s the 'r,8!li the book was titled the 13 black colonies because ._ on the research, the original founders were 4 Scottish Kings and 1 black German King! 58 th cc Ye ye to co
  61. 61. ok of ,y ,d 's ,n !(ING JAMES THE 2ND AS THE DUKE OF YORK, 1664 THE HIGHLANDER IMAGE LOCATION NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY OF LONDON The colonization of New York has to be split between the Dutch, French and the English. The French colonized New York in 1524 and the Dutch founded New York in 1626. The English took control of New York in the Year 1664 and in that year there was a population of 7000 10 8000 inhabitants. Let's see who the British sent in to COionize New York. 59
  62. 62. COLONIES PART1 .,JWl11!1!1N jH LEN AINSLIE SMITH ,AIJ1HOR HE 6 4 t here were 7000 Dutchman be,.sr 16 . B h . !I�•in the h. Prussians, o em,ana, F e' pytc: , d "'lll,.!ti! rf glans, Danes, an 5000 E Pei, NO":; Welsh and Irish." Can I Pr l'lg!!aJi ding §CO , eve 11,..;Jor-1U were black? Yes I can, see 8 "" peopfe enian,-fhese _ , ,say· Amer ica as a land ofopportunity 175 'Frankf1nse , 1. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN "Why should the Palatine Moors be suffered to swami into our settlements....they will never adopt our customs any more than they can obtain our complexion. !!!J Africa, Asia and America are (Swarthy) black. Ruf$ Italy, Spain, France, Swedes and the Gennans11! black." The principle whites are made up of the saxOl'6 and the English. The Scots, Welsh and Irish ar� notS� or English. When Benjamin Franklin writes ttus _ -!. 2Pld IS 51"""' 1751 the black German King, George the - on the throne of England! 60 ( B ano Was fouri1
  63. 63. arm ,rr,s, I of ,sia,-arQ. •ons' 1,con iY 111 d•g GERMAN KING GEORGE RC SC!ENCEMUSEUM,ORG U� 3 .. ,' , , GERMAN KING GEORGE THE 3 RD OF ENGLAND Benjamin Franklin said that the Germans were swarthy :rid he did not lie. The black German King, King George, t as 1h8founder of Georgia and the other 12 colonies were O!Jnded b thY e black Stewart Highlander Kings. 61 I
  64. 64. 'fMOUTH CHARTIR 1121 w■at'"' Kl,.. JAf4!8 11TH OP SCOT�llr, _,..... d eve,y or any of which Saide 9M nan ' r...._In • 11 courts soe assembled, Wee d ..,.d enera . 0e ,.en O 1 5 and successors, give and Qrau 'Ill'us our He re C ""• • d Governor and ompany, and "'the sal . t"---..,, That the Governor, or 1n his ab ·oar successo,;,, . sellte the oeputie Governor of the sa1de Company for tyme being, and such of the Assistants : Freeman of the saide Company as shalbe Present, or the greater number of them so assembl whereof th� Governor or Deputie Governor and: of the Assistants at the least to be seven �... ··�have full Power and authority to choose, nominate and appointe, such and so many others as t� shall think fit, and that shall be willing to acceptthe same, to be free of the said Company and Body, and them into the same to admit; and to elect ari1 constitute such officers as they shall think fill aoo' requisite, for the ordering, managing, ar-1 dispatching of the Affaires of the aside GoveITW and Company, and their Successors; And to mall Laws and Ordinances for the Good at1 Welfare of the aside Company, an� for: Government and ordering of the aside La 1 b't g andand Plantation, and the People inha I in ..,.. t· e to ti"'" inhabited the same as to them from im ,; h I hL:Wfs albe thought meete, so as sue n n 62 Jt lb ..Jal .."'By th• Ste Kin the my: WhJ The Ge, the co'
  65. 65. t. Or to �ir '' .d t, I, X II ' I ' I nd, Old vou see that? The charter said that -:--- nctlcould not make lawsthnt wer d'o:r:rV Othe Enallsh realm and at thistlm: ,ia41,,erdgentlemen Slaverv was considered .lieebomlnatlon not onlv to the Klnadom or Jrel■Od but to most of the European arena at that time. I t,e t ime you are through reading this book you will see BY 1 1 the English slave trade has to be divided between the :WSrt Kings_ and the Hanover �ings. The black Stewart Kif'l!JS did not involve themselves 1n the slave trade; it was the black German Kings (the Georges). I kept asking myself why? If the black Scots founded the 13 colonies whY would the Scottish Kings enslave their own people? The answer was simple, King George was a black German, he was not a Scot, he had no problem enslaving the black Scots....since they were not his people! There is no mention of slavery in this charter. TIMELINE 1630.
  66. 66. ( - THE MARYLAND CHARTER ISSUED 1833 ,ssueo BY KING CHARLES 1ST OF ScOTL��O . ' ' / J>()J'tl'Ri! , (j (}J,;()}l(,.f<, (�_,1.,·t.:R'l' lh/�1,1! 1,01·d }lnlti 111or<', ___ �/>I/I t'JN, /�✓11-/jdoti/1✓7 IMAGE: LORD BALTIMORE, LOCATION MARYLJ." DIGITAL CULTURAL HERITAGE, 64 When that some image of �ose,che rs stowry c
  67. 67. D When you crop the image and blow it up, one can see '.hat someone went thru extraordinary lengths to lighten the image of Lord Cecil Baltimore. Look at the eyes, ears, nose, cheeks and forehead the blackness of the image. ' •s slowly disappearing!
  68. 68. o,1.4'M1■R CONTINUED: •• W• have above made -- 1t1n1r1:·: now earon of Baltlniore, lhe 'l'lcl �fll •,o,•• of the whole Province afo "lit __. -,rd propi'llll•zrther that We, forges, our Her69tla Lur• l/'141,rore ' .d 8 ,� � f(r,1111_.,. dO grant unto the sa1 n _ ow ar�n, (in -,v Sv-�•O"t· nee Justice, and provident C1rcurris:'°" Ffdel"i· �rep0�e the greatest Confidence) and !�of _ltllfld. r the good and happy Government of the �,,.,,. to ,_0 full and absolute Power, by the T ..,province. ""' , ' . eno,- IY -ents to Ordain. Make, and Enact Laws 1th&50 -,.,... " ' · , 'O WhatKind soever, according to their sound ?1scretions �tiler relalil'IQ 10 the Pu�li: State of the _ said Province, or the pr;vate Utility of lnd1v1duals, of and with theAdvice, Assert and Approbation of the Free�Men of the same Provin the greater Part of them, or of their Delegates or Dep: ,or wnom We will shall be called together for the framing: laws, when, and as often as Need shall require, by lhe aforesaid now Baron of Baltimore, and his Heirs, and inthe Form which shall seem best to him or them, and thesame to publish under the Seal of the aforesaid now Barond Baltimore, and his Heirs, and duly to execute the same upon all Persons, for the time being, within the aforesaid Province, and the Limits thereof, or under his or !her Government and Power, in Sailing towards Maryland, 11 thence Returning, Outward bound, either to England. r, elsewhere, whether to any other Part of Our, or of iW foreign Dominions wheresoever established, by; Imposition of Fines' Imprisonment and other Punish ... ' ' 1·t ofu�whatsoever; even if it be necessary, and the au_aIY b ni" Offence require it, by Privation of Member, or Llf�. � If th � · d his Heirs,e a1oresa1d now Baron of Baltimore, an �his or their Deputy, Lieutenant, Judges, tlt�ted-1 Magistrates, Officers, and Ministers, to be cons 66 a,ppoin1 presen Magistr with wt ,nose F ea1timo ,Remit, OffenCE or after Things Courts, Forms Mention Judges and de! and Trit whatsoe and Pra above-s, most ab Parts by and Sue inviolabl} or to be aforesaic repuqna1 be) agre Rights 0 lllention• 1633.
  69. 69. ,..,"'•lid '"" ••• 'Oo 'lis lid Of ,.,or ,. ,,, or S, of ,. ,. ,. ,t e d ir " " y e ,t ' n y ,, j ceordlng to the Tenor and true Intent of th 'nd to constitute and ordain Judges, Jusu:8 �· • and officers of what kind, for what Cause, ar:; .-lftl'tlre:,0wer soever, within that Land, and the sea of ,,;#I wh•� end in such form as to the said now Baron of tt'°"P• � r his Heirs, shall seem most fitting: And also 10 s, l l l ��tease, Pardon, and Abolish, all Crimes and,-.nit whatsoever against such Laws, whether before, o«e_:;'�udgment passed; and to d _ o all and singular other 01. s i,elonging to the Complet1on of Justice, and to ��. Praetorian Judicatories, �nd Tribunals, Judicial Forms and Modes of Proceeding, although express Mention thereof in these Presents be not made: and, by Judges by them delegated, to award Process, hold Pleas, and determine in those Courts, Praetorian Judicatories, and Tribunals, in all Actions, Suits, Causes, and Matters whatsoever, as well Criminal as Personal, Real and Mixed, and Praetorian: Which said Laws, so to be published as above-said, We will enjoin, charge, and command, to be most absolute and firm in Law, and to be Kept in those Parts by all the Subjects and Liege-Men of Us, our Heirs, and Successors, so far as they concern them, and to be inviolably observed under the Penalties therein expressed, or to be expressed. So, nevertheless, that the Laws aforesaid be consonant to Reason, and be not repugnant or contrary, but (so far as conveniently may be) agreeable to the Laws, Statutes, Customs, and Rights of this Our Kingdom of England. There is no mention of slavery in Maryland Charter. TIMELINE 1633, 67
  70. 70. cHARTERIS8UED183e ,...,..o --·•DI H.ARLES 2ND OF SCOTLAND _..,.orfKIMOC IMAGE LOCATION CHARTERS OF GUERNSEY, TIM THORNTON 2004 Rhode Island was called the red island based on the translation in Paleo Hebrew. R=ra, H=ha, O=', D=da aoo E=ha. Interpreted into English it would spell Reede orRed The island was called the red island after Zara the sonrJ Judah, who had the scarlet thread wrapped around M wrist. Jf you have some time you should read Genes$ (Genesis 38:24-30) concerning the birth of Zarah andlhl scarlet thread placed on his wrist at birth. When Joshi' (Joshua 2:17-21) sent the two spies to spy out the landi Jericho, they told Rahab the harlot to place a . 5� thread in her window for protection...and she d6�it1 Rhode (Red) is/and charter was issued to Or. John ei' tried desperately to find an image of Mr. Clark but 1J9191' up empty. There is no mention of slavery in Rhode charter. Timeline 1636. 68 k, G s, G, Cc Int thil sh, fro1 .§l!J .,.-
  71. 71. ,.,d j ,t ;, ;, ,." ,t ,t ,.I ,.,d 1t1I coNNl!TICUT CHARTER o .. >., IL c:olony O• '" MERICA. 1it<><1Sol<Ibyr,_,,.t,Q,-,.P•i<Jte:f: a o v � � .. ,,u • '""j <�..,�·•�.."" .r:I·-.y <>1>ove1:,,u_ ,.7 • i<. ISSUED BY KING CHARLES 1sr OF SCOTLAND AND FURTHER, of our more ample grace, certeine knowledge and meere mocon WEE HAVE given and Graunted, and by theis presents, for vs, our heires and Successors, ULME give and Graunt vnto the said Governour and Company of the English Colony of Connecticut in New England in America, and to every lnh b'taa I nt there, and to every Person and Persons Trading thijhe Ar, nd to every such Person and Persons as are or &hall be ffrorn e ree of the said Collony, full power and authority 1 tyrne to lyme and at! all tymes hereafter, to take, Trans ort and car awa for and towards the on and defence of the said Collon such of our 69
  72. 72. 7fl. ;e��.,J 1uch r9on and Pe........_ lift' 5'-· ....... .. ,trd Pb11f o,ereln restrayn d by vs, our heir or� �And 1111,oe to Sht and Transport aH.. 11111 9v;;•::ood•- Chattells. Me hand1zes and ou,,:""'111 ,na,, oever that are or shall be sefull or neeessa ,"'­ �ranls of the said Colic and may la� 1y °'llt ;;..,.ported thither; Neve he lesse, not "­ discharged of payment to vs, r ��ires and Su to btt of the Outyes, Customes and S bs1d1es which are� 10 bee paid or payable for the s me. °'9- PAU The key phrase in this C nnecticut Charter . strangers that willingly acco pany the co1onis is_"It King said willingly....not to enslave! ts, 1111 CONTINUE And for the directing, ruleing and disposing of all olw matters and things whereby our said people, lnhabitafl there, may bee soe religiously, peaceably and ci'dl Governed as their good life and orderly Conversaconffll! wynn and invite the Natives of the CountrytoI knowledge and obedience of the onely true GodIf Saviour of mankind, and the Christian faith, whic�iqf Royall intencons and the Adventurers free profd is the onely and principal! end ofthis Plantacon,, PAUSE . . · 1 reason fCf This section states that the pnncipa 1 ,, • . t coo' the Royal Charter to the Connect1cu -1ndl1 And arr a• '""' '""" ,a,d lnhat the"- Th deadl are t, CHAP,, TO, Gover foreve thems Cotoni VS OU 1 Green, Capite PAYIN oneJy 1 Which. 8hau IJ Service:' our heir 1'11ade or
  73. 73. ........•11 '°'lh. ......,,.' lht he he er ,ts lly ,y !! !!! ,g al .xtend th• Kingdom ou• .,_ople, not alav•ryl CONffNUE Of God to the ..ke or surprize by all wayes and meanes wh 1 •...ito a •oever "'"',nd every such Person and Persons, with their Sh iA I Arnmunicon, and other goods of such as hlpPS, ,.,.,-iou , . d s an 1n ,uc:11 r,oslile manner 1nva e or attempt th� defeating of the s,id Plantacon or th� hurt of the said Company and tntiabitants; and vpon JUSt Causes to invade and destroy tlMt Natives or other Enemyes of the said Colony. PAUSE The King is implicit in his description of the use of deadly force but nowhere does he state that the colonists are to invade destroy and enslave. THIS IS A GAME CHANGER! CONTINUE TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same vnto the said Governor and Company, their Successors and Assignes, forever vpon Trust and for the vse and benefitt of themselves and their Associates, freemen of the said Colony, their heires and Assignes, TO BEE HOLDEN of vs, our heires and Successors, as of our Mannor of East Greenewich, in Free and Common Soccage, and not in Capite nor by Knights Service, YULMLDlNG AND PAYINGE therefore to vs, our heires and Successors, onely the Fifth parte of all the Oare of Gold and Silver Which from tyme to tyme and a t all tymes hereafter shall bee there gotten, had or obteyned, in liew of all SeNices, Dutyes and Demaunds whatsoever, to bee to vs, our heires or Successors, therefore or thereout rendered, made or paid. 71
  74. 74. ILGn gm(tllOD• Whal we have here are ID nd gentlemen the black Stewart Highla the v.n••' ' noer. w lnvofVed in the slave trade per the laws of """ :. explafns the actions of King Charles the 111 E� was trying to raise an ar'.11Y �o defend the 3 K.7""'­ against Oliver Cromwell His wife (Queen Henri�� of France) went all over Europe pawning he . .__ raise money for arms and soldiers but they oe r 1ewetr,,ver rer....... money from the sale of humans! These origin 1 -....,.. illuminate the fact that the black Eur a Charteq . d. 1·· d th opeans._ 1ntereste 1n re 1910n an e extraction of pc . b . . 1 h' ec1ous nw... Jn the eg1nn1ng a t 1s chapter I informed yo 1 .···"""' of the states ! would deal with the color of lh u _ hat in sen. . e images in the other states I would deal with th " . e non-s1- word1ng of the Charters. Work with me on this! "''"' 72 ,..unt se� ""'""'by •od iLidi, weu k.ind
  75. 75. � � • °"tere91anc:11ten hf:!Jdorris "'·��lry I� :eivea arters Were etals some sand avery ROYAL CHARTER OF CAROLINA , •• - . •-· ·- . ...._ "- ' ' --'· ',,..,, .,....,.'tr -.�. " " - , ... ISSUED BY KING CHARLES 2ND OF SCOTLAND THE ROYAL CHARTER OF CAROLINA 1663 "all crimes and offences whatsoever, against the said laws, and to do all and ever; other thing and things, which unto the compleat establishment of Justice unto courts, sessions, and forms of judicature and manners of proceedings therein do belong, although in these presents express mention be not made thereof; and by judges and by him or them delegated, to award process, hold pleas, and determine in all the said courts, and places of. . ,�Judicature, all actions, suits and causes whatsoeve ' Well criminal or civil real mixt, personal, or of any �ther ki d ' ' aforesaid ton or nature whatsoever; which laws, so as 73
  76. 76. I don't me�n to beat a dead horse by illustr�verbiage (wording) of each royal Charter but it is nece..! to show you the consistency of the wording. / wantto-;:jf plain to you that the black Europeans had no-•ens/ave the indigenous people of North America. 1ttblack Europeans had it in their mind that they •extending the Kingdom of GodI This is the reason llwimy introduction J wrote that this book was the firstlilkind because it is! BELOW IS A LIST THE MEN WHO RAN THE COUii' THESE WERE THE PRINCES. "And because that in so remote a country, andsea, among so many barbarous nations, and the inva:; well of salvages as of other enemies, pirates and may probably be feared; therefore we have given, us, our heirs and successors, do give power, bY presents, unto the said Edward Earl of Geor e Duke of Albemarle William Lord Lord Berkie Anthon Lord Ashle S. JohnCarteret Sir William Berkie and ,r 74
  77. 77. I the isary nake re to The Nere at in >f its NY uate 5 as 1ers. l for 1ese (g.0-i eJ!!l EDWARD EARL OF CLARENDON IMAGE LOCATION BRITISH MUSEUM 75
  78. 78. BLOWN UP IMAGE OF EDWARD EARL OF CLARENDON LOCATION OF IMAGE BRITISH MUSEUM 76
  79. 79. I IL1,1".STH.IS.SJ•II,' 1, E. I.Jr.• t IJ' L.v 1'-'< • GE.�JcfJ'Ju,;r .fl1Jl.il.1RLJi .'CIIJTI • • ,. t1tR 'f_ lf,VCK. , � • • t 11,nr.rs,u. L. lk��L� 11 : .,,t,t..-tc;.,' L ... f"Jl/C f lf. n I, t + ,t,(I I JI • !ifu:I ,l't .., // I I '�"'·'' I • I'Tl '£ .., 'l" IU ' ' ,! '�lli" • t '""' ti •'' 11 JV.�I'--,,, , - Pt�, ,t:, ti11 r BLOWN UP IMAGE GEORGE DUKE OF ALBERMARLE IMAGE LOCATION: FITZ MUSEUM UK 77
  80. 80. IMAGE WILLIAM LORD CRAVEN BRITISH MUSEUM 78 IMAGE I their heirs and other their of' men of what province for ti the enemies even without assistance to put them to c their pleasure unto the chan or hath accu: captain gene have to adm vague but th, R:oya1 cha11 language. Ti
  81. 81. IMAGE WILLIAM LORD CRAVEN BLOWN Up their heirs and assigns, by themselves O th ·. . , r e1r captains orother their officers, to levy, muster and train allf h d. . sorts ofmen, o w at con 1tron or wheresoever born ·,n th, e saidrovince for the time bein and to make war and ursuethe enemies aforesaid, as well by sea as by land, yea,even without the limits of the said province, and by God's assistance to vanquish and take them, and being taken to put them to death by the law of war, or to save them at their pleasure; and to do all and every other thing, which unto the charge of a captain general of an army belongeth, or hath accustomed to belong, as fully and freely as any captain general of an army hath or ever had the sam�. 1 h. harter is a littlehave to admit that the wording of I 15 c The vague but the Stewart Kings kept the Magna C�rta�lave Royal charter of Carolina did not contain language. Time line 1663. 79
  82. 82. IMAGE OF SJR GEORGE CARTERET IMAGE LOCATION, ATLAS MARITIMUS, 1675 The Eastern ha!f of New Jersey belonged to Sir GeorgeCarteret or Carter! I have blown the image up on the nextpage so that you can see the blackness of this Scot from the three Kingdoms. There is another important fact that emerges from these images however subtle and simple that it may seem. Jf you take a closer look at the blacl( Scots you wH! notice that they are not wearing Wigs1 Look at how the hair is coming up from the scalp, any woman on the bJock will tel! you that the images of these peo�. . . h bl k ge of carter�•depict their real hair. Note also t e ac 1ma in the top right hand corner ofthe stamp. 80 IM> , The name c,Which belongedblack People ace
  83. 83. 1orge next rrom that 1ple ack )Ok on ,le rel IMAGE OF SIR GEORGE CARTERET The name Carter traces its origins to the channel Isles which belonged to Britain and of course the Britain's were black people according to the European Historians. 81
  84. 84. . �' PENNSYLVANIA CHARTER, IMAGE LOCATION' PENNSYLVANIA HISTORICAL MUSEUM COMMISSION "Charles the Second, by the Grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To al! whom these presents shall come, Greets. WHEREAS Our Trustie and wellbeloved Subject WILLIAM PENN, Esquire, Sonne and heire of Sir WILLIAM PENN deceased, out of a commendable Desire to enlarge our English Empire, and promote such usefull comodities as may bee of Benefit to us and Our Dominions, as also to reduce the savage Natives by gentle and just mamlers to the, Love of Civil Society and Christian Religion. PAUSE The wording of this charter proves that it never entered into the mind of the black Stewart Kings to enslave 1 �: native Indians. King Charles the 2nd is explicit when 82 rtie La within th enioYrTi8_1 successi FeonieS shall be the La'tll Lawes heires Provine of therr back tr, could s floodin1 have p black r
  85. 85. • 1i:r.&NNERS," This Charter waa la1ueI rt scottish Highlander King and the � In 1881 by 1,..-.....,u,nant la Ganlla •nd Juat d "Y ..,,... ,...,. _... ••• o I ha11 - entle and Just means? It 18 Writt • to •"Pia•-"1 g fl en, "He thr,tends must rst show himself friend! " at wouia ,..ve tt,e black Scots came into North Y 11 _8PPeal'I �hiP as their guide. There is no mentio ::•nca wrth ment slavery in.. - CONTINUE ......, Lawes for regulateing and governing I p1•~ . . o ropert1e 'hin the said Province, as well for the desce 1w . . n and enioyment of lands as likewise for the enjoyment and succession of goods and Ch�ttles, and likewise as to Felonies, shall bee and continue the same, as they shall bee for the time being by the general! course of the Law in our Kingdome of England, until! the said Lawes shall bee altered by the said William Penn, his heires or assignee, and by the Freemen of the said Province, their Delegates or Deputies, or the greater Part of them. William Penn issued his own charter and if you back track and reread the essay of Benjamin Franklin you could see that the indentured servants and convicts were fiOOding into the Pennsylvania colony. On the next page I rnlve provided you with a coin depicting William Penn as a blackman...dated 1701. .,
  86. 86. PENNSYLVANIA CHA�fr:,. 1701The Pennsylvania charter or 17002nd Was riot King Charles fhe . It was Issued b 1�ll&uhimself. This Charter mentions freerne� VV1111arri Pt-,and the liberty afforded to them. The ��ac1i_ Sc�mentions the enslavement of men but insin,, 1 arter r'!f!.,.1. ua es u1 ..,.men are not freemen. Thrs Charter coupled w· at s,that Benjamin Franklin wrote in 1751 may , 1th the es1a't . . . e aliud' the indentured servants flooding into PennsyJ . 1ng itJf . th· h Vania ,-._ change o tone 1n 1s c arter corresponds to th . •n,the black German Hanover Kings (The George's). e r eign llf '</ )' r COJN DEPICTING WILLIAM PENN OF PENNSYLVANIA1701 GOOGLE COIN OFWILLIAM PENN 1701 84 oo I a,(fl c 1 on 'I 11'1.;i to pa 11 .:1uti ··•·-=­�1ti8� .,., 0 re-'5� "' . ..- 5 or.:.�w rter tl en• until the r , brOK •• . oeor!, ,0 slavery 11 original Thomas that lega "King human r and libe offendec another transpor we have our repE injury. A act Whic People believe the Sho11Yra11ny Principle
  87. 87. • THOMAS JEFFERSON 'King George the 2°d has waged cruel. . . . war against hum�n nat�re itself, violating its most sacred rights of life and liberty rn the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating & carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere or to incur miserable death in their transportation thither. In every stage of these oppressions we have petitioned for redress in the most humble terms; our repeated petitions have been answered by repeated injury. A prince, whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a people who mean to be free. Future ages will scarce believe that the hardiness of one man, adventured wilhin the short compass of 12 years only, on so many acts of tyranny without a mask, over a people fostered & fi�ed in Principles of liberty. I did the math, 1763-12•1751, th" was 85
  88. 88. THOMAS JEFFERSON "They are permitting their chief magistrate to send overnot only soldiers (D tachments) of our common blood. . 'but Scotch & fore1 mercenaries to invade & delugeus in blood. Who are these Scotch and foreignmercenaries Mr. Je� son? The answer lies in BenjaminFranklin's essay 1751 let's read a portion of it." BENJAM FRANKLIN ESSAY, 1751 "since OetachrNents of English from Britain sent toAmerica, will have their Places at Home so soon supply'dand increase so largely here; Why should Pennsylvania, founded by the English, become a Colony of Aliens, �ho will shortly be so numerous as to Germanize us (King George was a German) instead of our Anglifying them,and Will never adopt our Language or Customs,.an!more than they can acquire our Complexiou- 86 ,wn1ch urelY "' of P p..11 J ...all- (S"' ·ca i 111er• � EuropE in sweC •nd leXI cornP excepted. V'/bite Pee 2,ad was a in1751. l and Irish and Lee include tt year175 been de Jamaica deportati three Kin names, history. caused Empire. chased Khan. T Europe
  89. 89. ' ', sen.Jamin Franklin la telling You black and Kina George waa b lltat tti. ,.._ d 'b a lack G _..,._sc<rtS were escn ed as swarthy/ta •rrnan K:... ._,_ Jefferson told us that the detach Wny or blaCI<!"'a.r.,. then Benjamin Franklin said that � enta Were Seott� do the mathI ey Were not Wh llh lfld .. '"' BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CONTINlJEO: "Which leads me to add one R• ernark th t of purely white People in the We Id . · a the Nurn., . . r 1spro · r small. All Africa rs black or taw . P0rt1ona11y �'""' ny. Asia ch· fl •. , America (exclusive of the new Co •e Y tawny rners) wh II in Europe, the Spaniards, Italians F O Y so. lnd , rench Ru . and Swedes, are generally of What ' ss1ans . we call a swarth Complexion; as are the Germans also th 8 Y . , e axons only excepted, who with the English make the 0, - 1• ,1nc1pa Botjy of White People on the Face of the Earth K·,,9 G nd · eorge the 2 was a black German and he was the King of England in 1751. I want to ask you a question...if the Scots, Brits and Irish were black according to Boyd Dawkins, page-3, and Lee Cummings, how come Benjamin Franklin didn't include them among the Tawny or black in Europe? By the year 1751 the black Scots, Britain's and black Irish have been deported into Barbados, Americas, West Indies, Jamaica or beyond the sea. What was the aftereffect ofthe deportation of the black Scots? Once the children of the h h·tes assumed their three Kingdoms were deported, I e w 1 t • portantly their names, Royal titles, lands and mos im b . 5 th" h·1 bar anan o, history. This is the seed of the w I e f the Roman caused the collapse of the Western leg � "' that were h·te barbana Empire. This is the seed of the w I and Genghis chased out of Central Asia by Attila th8 t Hu k :over of black K · d h-�• han. The whites comm1tte a . act not fiction. Europe and black America...this is f 87
  90. 90. BENJAMIN FRANt( ·w 1.1�.,,.-hy lncreaaa Iha Sona -.r: Pllntfng them In America of Africa, (M�Opportunity 1 ' Where We -, la..._ · ' I htv. .,._;Itincreasing the lovely White � r.;Itpartial to the complexion of and Red? But • Partiality is natural to Mank�� C iuntry, for�I:blac _ k Scots were not slave� _b a n Y2u lhtn• �.BenJamin Franklin would have . �cause rf 2' of the free labor. !f they we,. reJorced over 1�,h ,e not slav �_ t ey? These were the black Jacobite's es then Yl!iointo the colonies as convicts f that were ft ,..._,reemen -� servants and I shall make that pla· . or 1ndenti,�·th . rn In the Ch ....Illw1 the ships manifests The• 3Pler<ko..... · ,e Was air --,popu/at1on of blacks in the col . eady a � b . . . on1es 1r0111 theg1nn1ng, they were the offspring of the bl • "If th c f · - ack foulldl..a ers. o on1a/ hrstory must be adjust d --..,. th Bl k S e to shov,11..e ac cots were the original founders Th ••t b d . · erehaso e an a Justment to the British involvement in th NAtlantic slave trade, it has to be divided by the r:i g��the black Stewart Kings and the black German HanOYerKing's (The George's). The black Stewart Kings were n� involved in the North Atlantic slave trade per the origil'IQI Charters. On the other hand, the black German Hart0ver Kings broke the Charters and legalized slavery. Toe timeJ/ne for the slave trade in the British Colonies haste be readjusted to 1752 (Georgia Charter), 1763 (Florida acquisition) and finaf!y 1803 (Louisiana Purchase). n,e Spanish and French dates for the slave trade are� be . . th Ameneandated according to their entry into e -�• ·s true (1"" hemisphere. ffthe record of the eyewitnesses 1 ·e1,? I I f the Colon1 . it is) how did the black Scots lose con ro o . !)OOk. I wil/ answer that question in Part 7, let's finish this TIMELINE 1803. 88 • ••• • •· • • • • • •• • • • •• •
  91. 91. ctl,APT&R a: THE BLAct( AM IR1cAfl I 1 w,1n1 to see If we are on tt, ftDt4tte tietl" asking yourself the 88,.,. 8 9 ••rna Dag. .'..., myself throughout th queatlon th ....,.If$ ""' e 1"' I III I" ��,.,.,J<? If these black Scots I our cha Vfl h.... _.. ex sted Pier, --i thBm? I have developed three What ha 01' tt.,,.eoncern1ng this n1atter: (1) a hug 9cho018 �nea to sc0ts got absorbed into the bl 8 Percentage of th� . Sek India the bl rile whites extern11nated the ind· n POPulat '"' S 19enous 1 . ion 12 the black cots and the histon, nd1ans 81 - ) h · ·, of the bl '"9 """merged toge! er with the history I ac:k Seo� south. We were taught in the 0 G th0 black slaves in 9 th� I t th overnrne t e schoo sys em at the runaway I n sponsored among the Indians but they ne saves sough t refugver taught e Indians were black. I have prepared . us that the d. f A . images of th ..black fn 1ans o mer1ca to illust I eong1na1 . . ra e to you thhypothesis 1s not as absurd as it sound at my f d . s. ..takealok(yoursel ....an you be theJudge! 0 or IMAGE LOCATION @JOHNNIEABORIGINE 89
  92. 92. • • • • •• • • ' • • • • • • • • • ...•• • • • • • •• • • • '• • c;�ApTER &: THE BLACK AMERICAN INOIANS ..:., 10 sefl If we are on lhe tame pana ..,I wa" � ··" "" �Ou sking yo,.,rself the same question thal I've ,.__c,een a ._ , ,.. ., """n myself lh<ougnou "" 1 four chapters of t" a•�•ng k s t "" k? It these blac co s ex,sted ...what happ,,ned to i,00 ? 1 have developed 1hree schools of tho•"'hitwm . . ('I s ·• ,icerning th,s ma1ter, a uge percentage of 1he black :Ots gol absorbed Into the . black Indian population . (2) ··""ites exterminated the mdigenous Indians along with the,.., ._. ;!)jacl< Scots and the .,,story o the black Scots got thB ed together with the history of the black slaves in the merg . ,. '.. we were taught ,n t..e Government sponsored sou "" school system that the runaway slaves sought reluge ong the Indians but they never taught us that the t�ians were black. I have prepared images of the orig,nal b�ack Indians of America to _ illustrate to you that my h pothesis is not as absurd as 1t sounds.....ake a look for y:urself....and you be the judge! .,....,,,..,. IMAGE LOCATION @JOHNNIEABORGINE 89
  93. 93. PIIRYGIANCAP IMAGE TAKEN FROM ORIGINAL ON PREVIOUS ?AGE I slowed this image down so that you could see that something is not right with the image. The Indian on !he right has a crown on his head....l have never seen an American Indian wearing a crown...have you? The Indians on the left appear to have on Roman clothing and a Phrygian cap; the Phrygian's were black Jews (Acts 2:1-9i that were present in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost The cap that the Indian is wearing is identical to the cap that King Midas is wearing on page 40 of this book. Either' am tired (it is 6:30 in the morning) or it appears that these are not your traditional Indians. The imagery suggests that the Indians wearing the Crown, Roman clothing and Phrygian cap have a more advanced �ivilization than the Indian on the right. The Indian on the nght is wearing a skull on his head dress which violatesthe statues of God... the touching of dead men's bones < , Numbers 19:16) make you unclean for seven days. � oes this 7 . . t biBI." . . . mean This means that two d1fferen ·nc1vibzations b . w11en1 fact are eing represented as one people, 9(1 irna; h ey are not! Your eyes have not been trained to �tit' deve: .,. � or have mine for that matter: I ,ee e th11 Skill over the fast 5 years. 90
  94. 94. See lhat I on lhe een ao Indians and a 2:1-9) ecosr e cap itherI 1 thal 1gery man iced the the ,es hat ,c� 1/1 . ,.., t/ JndlBnofthePowhatanandPocahontas Period "Cigar storefigure c. 1870 from a tobacconist's shop. It does not depict the typical Plains Indian, but rather anIndian of the Powhatan and Pocahontas period." @JOllMMliA�ORIGM£ IMAGE LOCATION: THE GENERAL HISTORIE OF VIRGINIA NEW ENGLAND AND THE SUMMER ISLES 1624 The wording on Benjam,n Frankdn. completely black this rnage confirrrs the writings of The Europeans found America 91
  95. 95. FLORIDIAN INDIAN o,uo1N.AL ffll! 19"1 "'«HTUR .111 11,1.. e,6,11-�� .,_,i_.i,,.a,;.-·' '"" "' 1 ··,····•"'· -·"T1/ER1°WAS:iliiiifFiRST.A VERYLARGE Bl.ACKINDfAN OFANASPEcrvarr DIFFERENTFROM THOSE WHO INHABIT THE!/fTER/OROFTHE COU/ffllr. ll!E BARBARIANS OFTHECOASTARE8LACKIN THIS MANNER, BECAUSETl1ESUNts ll!ERE WAMRTHAN ELSEWHERE, ANDBECAUSETHEYARE CONTINUALLyINmi:w�ror. 11'11/CH1$SAI.T.FOR THE LAND BEING DRYAND STERILE, THEYARE OBUGEO TOFISII� OROERro SUBS/ST. WI/EN THEIND/AN HAD APPROACHED THE CARAVELNEAR Ef/CUGH, HEPLACED HIMSELFON THE PROW OF HIS VESSEL, Ir/AVOICE Fllll/If HAIJ{;HTINESS TOLD THESPAMARDS. ACCORDING TO WHAT THfINTERPRET.ER ASSERTED, THAT THE SPAMARDS WERE ROBBERS: WHAT DIDTHEYCOlllE TOSEElt Ufi'ON THE COAS!;ANO THATTHEYSHOULD LEAVE IT IN HASTE:OTHERWISEHOWilWl BVRN THEIR BRIGANTE$ANOPUTTHEMALL TO A M/SERAaLfDe'ATli" THEHISTORYOFHERNANOO OE SOTO ANO FLORIDA avBARNARDSH(PP, CHAPTER8, PG.472-473 IMAGE LOCATION: THE HISTORY OF HERNANDO OE SOTO AND FLORIOA AUTHOR BARNARD SHIPP CHAPTER 8, PAGE 472-473 92 .,. le, Ori lac WO us, ho, 'fh lt'lfc We
  96. 96. ... !'HERE T£R ISHft R OF :R fEJC •OIJl,D P. IMAGE AMITE LOUSIANA You cannot tell the difference between these black Indian women, the so called Negro or the blacks from the original 13 colonies. Once the original Scots founded the land they began to populate the Americas and thus you WOUid have black Scots who became Indians by birth! I :tobe an accountant and I had an old C.P.A teach me Th 1.0 use the algorithm concept to find the answer for X. infat 18 When you back into an answer using the available 0rrnation that · · · d'tiea you have. This 1s what we are doing to ay, resolving for X by using the available data. 93
  97. 97. KIOWA CHIEF LONE WOLF AND WIFE ETTA IMAGE LOCATION WIKEPEDIA 94 II
  98. 98. rTA 'I:. . • IMAGE OF CHIEF BIG FOOT ltilAGELOCATION, DENVER LIBRARY AND LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 95
  99. 99. IMAGE LOCATION LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PRINTS AND PHOTOGRAPHS DIVISIONWASHINGTOND.C 15 Title: Indian chiefs who counseled Gen. Miles allll settled the Indian War; 1. Standing Bull, 2. Bear Who Looks Back Running 3. Has the Big White Horse, 4. Whi te Tail 5. Liver Bear, 6. LittleThunder7. Bull Dog, 8. High Hawk 9. Lame10. The portrait is an Eagle Pipe Group portrait of Lakota chiefs, five standing and five sitting �i ln r ·· . 1d1an1P1 in background--probably on or near Pine Ridge n Reservation 96
  100. 100. and Who Nhite High ;rouP with ,d1an GERONIMO WITH FRINGES ON HIS GARMENT
  101. 101. IMAGE LOCATION ARTICLE, BLACK lNDIANS IN U.S WIKEPEOIA KIOWA TRIBE BLACK INDIAN WOMAN WITH FRINGES The Government sponsored school system is a system that is designed to steer your minds toward their definition of the truth. There are two organisms that the Government uses to maintain the darkness i n the Negros mind: (1) an unchallenged educational system and (2) the self-tauQhl ministers in the black Church! They steer your eyes to: what they want you to see and what you are about to . • . h 1ndtan 15 the proof 1n the pudding. I want you to look al I e u,e girl to the right of Geronimo and notice the fringes on 98 Wa: Iha ha1 Wa: He1 rig�
  102. 102. ;;ysteni finition •nn1ent (1) an .taught 10 see to 5ee 1ndian 0,, the I I 'f her garment, there is only ...it0n'I . one p .,... ,,.r wore fringes on their garment 130Dle on ...o e •o s and th . eat!-, •· k"OW what tn es these Indian� at is lsr, ,r,l " '"' are fro e. , t/0 that they are Israel. tn but I ani ""'" ----IMAGE LOCATION, IHS.GOOGLEUSEROCONTENT.COM BLACK IN01ANS WITH FRINGES I woke up on a Wednesday in July 2016 and while Was looking al the images of the black Indians I noticed �at they had fringes on their garments and I blushed. I � ve �en looking at these Indians and theirfringes since I He�l t l e bo � and it just didn't dawn on me that they were right Israelites. ft just goes to show you that Jesus was When he said," you have eyes to see but you can't 99
  103. 103. • 1,niage11 are of the � Iii.ell' •� or 1h11 American ll'l<fia.._ t,.� 11tt ocilon rndl•n• are laraelitea �S ., ..,. -..• nJamln Franklin on next ru.,,_ ! L, a:,r�nbY r-.,,, ..._ fOpportunity 1751 .. • 1and o ....aIOI',...:: . •• the sons ofAfrica In Arnen...� u:JSct" p1ga-90 whY 1ncrea - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN . generally full settled with Husba• Europe 1� 5 &c and therefore cannot now"dme,. Manufacture , · _ _ . . rnller • People: America 1s chiefly occupied by '""increase 1n . ""1arig wno subsist mostly by Hunting. But as the Hunter, OI a& Men, requires the greatest Quantity of Land from Wlier,Q! 10 draw his Subsistence, (the Husbandman subsistirig Ill much less, the Gardner on still less, and the Manufactl.llei requiring the least of all), The Europeans found AmeriQ as fully settled as it well could bee by Hunters All Ahica is black or Tawney, Asia chiefly tawny, America WHOLLYso! This means the original American Indians were a black people! Benjamin Franklin's statell'offl validates the untampered artifacts that we just saw. The first thing that caught my attention was the phrase," The Europeans found America fully settled", he didn't say our fathers because he knew that the bl3� Scots were the first Europeans to settle America. Y/JIJ cannot separate the 13 colonies from this reve ;:: state n:ient made by Benjamin Franklin. The Cha rd�Colonies had been in existence since 1607 and a�nOUS to Franklin they were black along with the iri d198 ii. , " .,.,;�bfack Indians, remember Franklin said All of"' 100 .,,•• ,., '"1:11i '" '" � ,,, • C ,, ,0 ' f< ' ' ' ' '' < I I <
  104. 104. ' ndrnen' ' "'""' Indians r, Of a11 Nhence ,ting on 'acturer merica Africa merica ndians 1temenl as the �ttled", 9 black a. You -e!atof'Y art ered cording �enous ,1,, ii p,...ldlnma._.an­ w,tlo w•• In the land Villh tflre tllf 1,11n'ic lcotll...hr,Jamln Fnmlcltn .. F,.nklln ••Id the onty people that :..- It'll neW comers: the white and the � not ,: hll«lr' of the free Negro haa diaapPeared·tr'!:, � t,Jato,Y of the 13 colonies. The whites mention 111'__..,iown• that the free Negros started such as black ...... 1 and Seneca Village but what happened to the ..-sr-:.8 wntings...his history written by himself? The ,,,. �iStOl'Y of the free Negros who were in the Northern ..-,ieS tlBS been merged together with the black slave (!ill' south. We have been taught that every Negro in tGl"1 th8 is the descendant of a slave and that is historically ,,,_.r.a There are millions of Negros walking the streets of """"'ca wt,o are descendants of the free black Scots who � America. Yet when they enter the Government spansored school system they are taught that all blacks re descendants of slaves. The miseducation of the so called Negro starts from the moment he has the ability to reason, usually around 5 years of age. Once the child g,ao'J.iates from high school or college his miseducation s maintained through a tool called Hollywood The thing called Hollywood only exists to make sure that the false mages planted in the Negros mind never fade away. The bestexample that I can give you is of a man that paints hs house, over the years the paint starts peeling and eventually the man must paint the house again. This is the .. role th� Hollywood plays in the lives of the Negro when child fi · · ' ..,, ,_ inishes high school or college the false images ""'i/111 to fade a b !here to . way ut not to fear because Hollywood is aboutIt! give the Negro's mind a new paint job....think 101
  105. 105. p,WF.Wlt!CH!l1. ALEJ<AtlOER PROF. HUXLEY IL-=·�·,�·�·�·-·~-·-"'-J' lTHOMASJEFF!RSON IIDR.ALBERTCHURCl!WARD ·- • JOSEPHRITSON JAMES ANDERSON All of these white scholars have one thi�g in com;:: they all agree that the black Britain's, Scottish. Wes bl ckS Irish were the original people of Europe If thed �y overran Europe, they pcpulated Europe and de fS rJ P0pulated Europe they were the original foun 1Europe and the Americas.. anything else 1s ill091cs 102
  106. 106. 6: BLACK SCOTTISH HIGHLANOERg JOSEPH RITSON "The Hlghlanders are ge I . nerally di brown comp ex1ons, and aim rnlnutlve . d ost alw ' With curled hair and ark eyes." ays With black Annals of Caledonian, Picts and s d. b h W · cots by Jo Vol II, E ,n urg : ard D. Laing 1828 seph Ritson• , footnote PP 7, 27 IMAGE OF KING ROBERT THE3RD OF SCOTLAND 1390-1406 HIGHLANDER OF SCOTLAND Joseph Ritson and Professor Boyd Dawkins are in agreement that the Highlanders (Stewarts) were a black people but wait until you see the ships manifest (Pages 135, 137, & 139) and the writings of former English Secret Service agent John Macky (Page-187) they will leave you speechless.... the documents are breathtaking! 103
  107. 107. IMAGE OF JAMES 1, 1406-1437, KING OF SCOTLAND HIGHLANDER OF SCOTLAND BOOK: STORYOF THE BRITISH NATION VOL2 AUTHOR WALTER HUTCHINSON AND ICONOGRAPHIA SCOTICA JOHN PINKERTON 179T 104 KIi L '
  108. 108. KING JAMES 2N° , JACOBITE KING OF SCOTLAND 1431-1460 HIGHLANDERS OF SCOTLAND LOCATIONINSCRIPTION HISTORICA REGVM SCOTORVM HOHANNES JOHNSTON AMSERDAN 1602 AND ICONOGRAPHIA SCOTTISH JOHN PINKERTON 1797 105
  109. 109. ' ' i -. • • .I- ' dJ '' • • ( I { • , •• ,( -·., "' .�-• The image has been tampered with the face is being whitened. If you lo�k closely at the eyes you can see that the skin color is still black! (-• ,t .-J I J _,' 'I' I '· I, KING JAMES 5 TH JACOBITE KING OF SCOTLAND, 1512·1542 THE HIGHLANDER LOCATION HISTORICA REGVM SCOTORVM AND 1coNOGRAP"' SCOTICA JOHN PINKERTON 1797 108 m (1- H ar th di S, P1 w, (ti
  110. 110. • KING JAMES 6 1 " JACOBITE KING OF SCOTLAND THE HIGHLANDER 1567-1625 IAGELOCATION NEW COLLEGE LIBRARY EDINBURGH UK ""e 1mage states that I am King James Magna (his majesty of Britannia Galha (France) and H1bern1a "':D'e1;s H1bern,a 1s the ancient spelling for Habarana or w,o'e1, ...,, s aiso refers to the Inner Hebrides (Ireland) •o/.1 '�e 01..te' Hebrides Scotland) The image also states ::at , Pe.< ,ra se F de or Pada orfoot of defense Where �,::�,ese Jacoo•e K ngs :111e? If you said the highlands of �t¢• and you are correct and based on the wntings of �-t�ss,r 180yd OaNktns the blacks that were pushed �st11·•d These lm=es0 mo Scotland ·11ere Hebrews ·• �n 6JQh!.ly Y1h tened) match the verbal map gtven to •1 c, 0,1•0 essor Boyd Dawkins 109
  111. 111. DEPORTATION OF THE SCOTTIS!-i JA coe11e King Jan,es the 6'" of Scotland wrot 1 B.silica for his Infant son Henry In the y e lhe �ear 1S&9 i:,,. Young Prince Henry died and King James Qav l� 1" h' e tr)e t..__ 'I Pnnce Charles the , T 1s book (Doran 8 ""IIJ"I. . ••lllca) written for the benefit of his son, King Charles the l'� son's son and to his seed that was generations · � this book King James the 1ai admonishes his 80SWay Ir participate in anything that is Catholic (Papists), � 8 �to with a Papist, not to believe with a Papist but his 8 to Pra,, not take heed. In the process of time Chari- �G'lrJ"� ,.,e 1• married a Catholic and brought about a civil w · C h 1"1 h' arin England. King harles t e OSI IS head and lhousai, of black Brits, Irish, Scots and Walsh were depofted 1: the Americas as indentured servants. It is important that 1 continue to stress that there was already a group of free black Scots in America. These free black Scats that t/efe in America were the seed of the original black foundi� fathers. IMAGE CHARLES 1aT JACOBITE STEWART KINO IMAGE LOCATION WESTMINSTER ABBEYENGLAND 110
  112. 112. 91 KING JAMES THE 4TH, IMAGE LOCATION JACOBITE KING OF SCOTLAND 1488-1513 THE HIGHLANDER INSCRIPTION HISTORICA REGVM SCOTORVM ICONOGRAPHIA SCOTTICA JOHN PINKERTON1797
  113. 113. KING JAMES THE 3RD, JACOBITE KING OFSCOTLAND THE HIGHLANDER 1450-1488 IMAGE LOCATION TAYMOUTH CASTLE ANO BOOK; ICONOGRAPHIA SCOTICA BY JON PINKERJ0Nt1'f
  114. 114. PoRTATION OF THE SCOTTISH JAcOE 013tr n James the 61h of Scotland Wrote � K, g ,,.r his infant son Henry In the , , � th, (}. sas1l1ca u • K' or 1�- "''; Pnnce Henry died and 1ng James98,.. �"l:I 1,young •1 Thi b k O e thfi� 1 Charles the 1 • s oo ( oron B ,, Pnnce . . . aa111 "' 'ten tor !he benefrl of his son, King Chartes cai .._• . dh lhe1•�,5 son and to his see t at was generatio , ,,,oo 1•1 . ns a•1r,i th' book King James the admonishes his '1 .1 • . • sons Participate in anything that 1s Catholic {Papists) llo!i. b I. 'th p . ,notto,with a Papist, not to e 1eve w1 a ap1s1 but his 80 "'Inot take heed. In the process of time Chari !lsifii. b h eslhe1• married a Catholic and roug t about a ci,/I. I h 1"1 . I War England. King Char es I e OSI his head and lh " ousa�� of black Brits, Irish, Scots and Walsh were deport. ' d d . e<!1me the Americas as rn enture servants. It 1s importantth continue to stress that there was already a group of� black Scots in America. These free black Scots that wei· in America were the seed of the original black found·' fathers. IMAGE CHARLES 11T JACOBITE STEWART KING IMAGE LOCATION WESTMINSTER ABBEY ENGL.ANO �

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