Kebra Nagast

Here is the most starting and fascinating revelation of hidden truths; not only revealing the present location of the Ark of the Covenant, but also explaining fully many of the puzzling questions on Biblical topics which have remained ...

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Author: Miguel F. Brooks

Publisher: Lmh Pub

ISBN: 9766102279

Category: History

Page: 236

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KEBRA NAGAST Lost for centuries, the KEBRA NAGAST (The Glory of Kings) is a truly majestic unveiling of ancient secrets. These pages were excised by royal decree from the authorized 1611 King James version of the Bible. Originally recorded in the ancient Ethiopian language (Ge'ez) by anonymous scribes, The Red Sea Press, Inc. and Kingston Publishers now bring you a complete, accurate modern English translation of this long suppressed account. Here is the most starting and fascinating revelation of hidden truths; not only revealing the present location of the Ark of the Covenant, but also explaining fully many of the puzzling questions on Biblical topics which have remained unanswered up to today. " [O]nly in the Kebra Nagast, and not in the Bible the bold assertion is made that the Ark had gone from Jerusalem to Ethiopia." " [H]ow could the most important Biblical object in the world end up in the heart of Africa? The Kebra Nagast with a great deal of weight and historical authenticity offers a clear answer to this question as Ethiopia's claim to be the last resting place of the lost Ark remains unchallenged " " [T]he Kebra Nagast's audacious claim of a massive cover-up [and] all information about the tragic loss of the Ark during Solomon's reign had been suppressed, which is why no mention is made of it in the Scriptures." " a great epic a remarkable document erected above a solid foundation of historical truth." About the Author Dr. Miguel F. Brooks is an Historical and Biblical Researcher, Lecturer and Public Speaker, and an activist in the African Holocaust Reparation Movement. Born in Panama? of Jamaican parents, he is a graduate of the Instituto Istmen?o in Panama? and Universidad de Carabobo in Venezuela. A member of several academic and philosophic societies, he holds a B.Sc. degree in General Science and a Ph.D. in Psychology. Dr. Brooks was awarded the Centenary Gold Medal of the Battle of Adwa by the Ethiopian Crown Council for his work on behalf of Ethiopian Culture and History. He is the translator/editor of "KEBRA NAGAST" (The Glory of Kings) the Sacred Book of Ethiopia.

A Modern Translation of the Kebra Nagast

ENGLISH LANGUAGE VERSIONS OF THE KEBRA NAGAST The existence of the KEBRA NAGAST seems to have been unknown in Europe until the middle of the 16th century , but the earliest English language summary of the contents of the KEBRA NAGAST ...

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Author: Miguel F. Brooks

Publisher: The Red Sea Press

ISBN: 1569020329

Category: Religion

Page: 193

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Lost for centuries, the Kebra Nagast (The Glory of Kings) is a truly majestic unveiling of ancient secrets. These pages were excised by royal decree from the authorized 1611 King James version of the Bible. Originally recorded in the ancient Ethiopian language (Ge'ez) by anonymous scribes, The Red Sea Press, Inc. and Kingston Publishers now bring you a complete, accurate modern English translation of this long suppressed account. Here is the most startling and fascinating revelation of hidden truths; not only revealing the present location of the Ark of the Covenant, but also explaining fully many of the puzzling questions on Biblical topics which have remained unanswered up to today.

The Kebra Nagast

Whether he lived in Egypt, or in Aksum, or in some other part of Ethiopia matters little, but the colophons of the extant Ethiopic MSS. of the KEBRA NAGAST suggest that he wrote in Coptic. In the succeeding centuries, probably as a ...

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Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

ISBN: 9781596050242

Category: Religion

Page: 241

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A "great storehouse of legends and traditions" according to translator E.A. Wallis Budge, 'The Kebra Nagast' most likely dates back to the sixth century AD, and provides an alternative view of many biblical stories. According to this ancient text, the kings of Ethiopia were descended from Solomon, King of Israel, and the Queen of Sheba; the Ark of the Covenant had been brought from Jerusalem to Aksum by Meyelek, the son of Solomon and the Queen of Sheba; and the God of Israel had transferred his place of abode on earth from Jerusalem to Aksum, the ecclesiastical and political capital of Ethiopia.." . .[O]nly in the Kebra Nagast, and not in the Bible. . . the bold assertion is made. . . that the Ark had gone from Jerusalem to Ethiopia.."" . . [H]ow could the most important Biblical object in the world end up in the heart of Africa. . . ? The Kebra Nagast with a great deal of weight and historical authenticity. . . offers a clear answer to this question. . . as Ethiopia's claim to be the last resting place of the lost Ark remains unchallenged. . .."" . . [T]he Kebra Nagast's audacious claim of a massive cover-up. . . [and] all information about the tragic loss of the Ark during Solomon's reign had been suppressed, which is why no mention is made of it in the Scriptures.."" . . a great epic. . . a remarkable document. . . erected above a solid foundation of historical truth."--Graham Hancock"The Sign and the Seal"E.A. WALLIS BUDGE was the curator of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities at the British Museum and he collected a large number of manuscripts. He is perhaps best known for translating "The Egyptian Book of The Dead," but he also created books of translated hieroglyphs, Egyptian religion, mythology, and magic. He was knighted in 1920.

The Kebra Nagast

Brooks, Miguel, Kebra Negast: The Glory of the Kings. Kingston, Jamaica: Kingston Publishers, Ltd., 1995. Bryan, Patrick, and Rupert Lewis. Garvey. His Work and Impact. Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies, 1988.

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Author: Gerald Hausman

Publisher: St. Martin's Essentials

ISBN: 1429997745

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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A sacred text to Ethiopian Christians and Jamaican Rastafarians, The Kebra Nagast tells of the relationship between King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba and their son Menyelik, who hid the Ark of the Covenant in Ethiopia. This edition of the Ethiopian text is edited by Gerald Hausman, with an introduction by Ziggy Marley.

Kebra Nagast

The Manuscripts of the KEBRA NAGAST and their Arrival in Europe. The Labours of BRUCE, DILLMANN, PRÆTORIUS, WRIGHT, ZOTENBERG, and BEZOLD. King JOHN'S Letter to Lord GRANVILLE. Date of Compilation of the KEBRA NAGAST.

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Author: E. A. Wallis Budge

Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag

ISBN: 9783849644505

Category: Religion

Page: 478

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This volume contains a complete English translation of the famous Ethiopian work, The "Kebra Nagast", i.e. the "Glory of the Kings [of Ethiopia]". This work has been held in peculiar honour in Abyssinia for several centuries, and throughout that country it has been, and still is, venerated by the people as containing the final proof of their descent from the Hebrew Patriarchs, and of the kinship of their kings of the Solomonic line with Christ, the Son of God. The Kebra Nagast is a great storehouse of legends and traditions, some historical and some of a purely folk-lore character, derived from the Old Testament and the later Rabbinic writings, and from Egyptian (both pagan and Christian), Arabian, and Ethiopian sources.

The Kebra Negast the Book of the Glory of Kings with 15 Original Illustrations Aziloth Books

This ancient book gives the secret location of the world's most Holy Treasure.

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ISBN: 1909735019

Category: History

Page: 212

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The 'Kebra Nagast' (Glory of Kings) was written at least one thousand years ago, and takes its theme from much older sources, some going back to the first century AD. Written originally in the African classical language Ge'ez, the book tells the history of a Davidic line of African monarchs, descended from King Solomon of Israel and Maqeda, Queen of Sheba (Saba), who journeyed to the Levant specifically to visit the wise and far-famed monarch. It was a successful meeting of minds, and Maqeda proved the equal of Solomon the Wise in a series of long philosophical discussions. But the Hebrew monarch was not merely attracted to the African Queen's intellect - by means of a ploy, he seduced Maqeda, who gave birth to a son, Ebna-Lahakim. But this seduction proved to be Solomon's undoing. While in Israel, Prince Ebna-Lahakim gathered around him a group of royal nobles and together they seized the two most powerful symbols of Israel's compact with the Almighty - the Ark of the Covenant and the stone tablets of the Ten Commandments. These trophies were carried back to Abyssinia where, it is said, they remain to this day.

The Kebra Nagast

The new edition of the book includes a foreword by Ziggy Marley, which explores the importance of the Kebra Nagast as a powerful text both in Rastafarian tradition and in a broader sense.

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Publisher: St. Martin's Essentials

ISBN: 1250256453

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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The Kebra Nagast

"The KEBRA NAGAST, or the Book of the Glory of Kings of Ethiopia, has been in existence for at least a thousand years, and contains the true history of the origin of the Solomonic line of kings in Ethiopia.

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Author: E. A. Wallis Budge

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1511773804

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Page: 358

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"The KEBRA NAGAST, or the Book of the Glory of Kings of Ethiopia, has been in existence for at least a thousand years, and contains the true history of the origin of the Solomonic line of kings in Ethiopia. It is regarded as the ultimate authority on the history of the conversion of the Ethiopians from the worship of the sun, moon, and stars to that of the Lord God of Israel."

Ethiopia and the Bible

A point of particular interest in the present context is the identity of the version from which the Kebra Nagast derives its quotations . A systematic study of this aspect might well be helpful for an elucidation of the problems ...

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Author: Edward Ullendorff

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0197260764

Category: Religion

Page: 173

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Traditionally Ethiopia has formed a bridge between civilizations, with Jerusalem as vital as Aksum in the national consciousness of the Ethiopians. In this volume, Professor Ullendorff investigates the relationship of Ethiopia to the Bible. He considers the historical background, translations of the Bible into Ethiopian languages, and the impact of the Old Testament, which goes beyond anything experienced in the other Oriental Christian Churches. The book concludes with an examination of the story of the Queen of Sheba, based on the Biblical account of the queen's visit to King Solomon. It shows how this account has undergone extensive Arabian, Ethiopian, Jewish and other elaborations, to become the subject of one of the most ubiquitous and fertile cycles of legends in the Near East.

The Kebra Nagast

The story is written in the form of a debate between the 318 priests of the First Council of Nicaea.

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Author: Anonymous

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: EAN:4066338112880

Category: Fiction

Page: 431

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Kebra Nagast recounts the incredible life of Queen Makeda and her son Menelik. It presents a mix of historical events and biblical myths relating to the origin of the House of Solomon, the Ethiopian dynasty that came to power in the 13th century. According to the book's plot, Queen Makeda visited King Solomon after the fame of his wisdom had reached her lands. She and King Solomon met in Jerusalem, and being enchanted by his knowledge, spent a night with him. King Solomon gave her a ring, by which their future child should identify himself as a son of Solomon. Makeda gives birth to her only child Menelik and raises him by herself by the age of 22 when he decides to reunite with his father. Solomon was pleased to meet his son and offered to stay with him and become his heir to the throne. Yet, Menelik decided to return home. So Solomon gave him a guard of the first-born sons of the first men of his land. However, the young people didn't want to leave the kingdom and secretly stole the Ark of Covenant, with the help of which they were mysteriously transferred to Ethiopia before king Solomon left the borders of his land chasing them. The story is written in the form of a debate between the 318 priests of the First Council of Nicaea.