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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Adam the Farmer


There is a very special breed of humans on this earth. Th
ey are the selected few who are blessed with the divine talent to cultivate and nourish the soil, to produce crops, and to breed and raise animals. I am talking here about a breed of man who has the talent to perform large-scale production in order to supply food to the peoples of this world, --- the agricultural scientists and stockbreeders of planet earth. For purposes of simplicity I will simply use the term ‘farmer’.

Any ordinary man with a little intelligence and willpower, can breed chickens or pigs and make a profit. This is not the type of man I am referring to here. Those individuals who practice meagre subsistence farming, and who only produce enough to feed their families or small groups in their community, do not fall into the category I am going to discuss in this post.

Although there are exceptions, you will find that the authentic ‘natural’ farmers are God-fearing men. Every task they perform and every decision they make, is done only on approval from their Creator. This is the foundation upon which they base their success, --- and also their failures. Their day begins with prayer and thanksgiving at first light, and ends that way when they lay their weary heads down to rest. ‘Idleness’ and ‘laziness’ does not exist in their vocabulary, and you will find that they are rather intolerant towards those who have such traits.

No university degree or college qualification can ever guarantee that a person who wishes to pursue the art of farming will ever succeed, --- because the art of farming is an inborn ability, that was given to man the moment he became a living soul. Not all men were blessed with this divine talent, hence the reason why so many have tried and repeatedly failed.

This special breed of man is truly God’s gift to all humanity, and it’s a shame that this viewpoint is fast disappearing in a world that is becoming increasingly more corrupt and evil by the hour. Many will argue, “What makes the farmer more special than others?” Well, this is exactly what I intend to address in this posting, because there is a very clear distinction between ‘them’ and the average chap who feeds his family by purchasing commodities at a grocery store, or who keeps some goats or a veggie-patch in his backyard.

The Fertile Crescent of the Middle East, has been singled out as the site of the earliest planned sowing and harvesting of plants. (Source: History of Agriculture) This is a region that is encompassed by what I shall call ‘The Cradle of the White Race’, for reasons that will be revealed shortly…

With the exception of Egypt, where small-scale farming was introduced about 7000 BC, there is no evidence that large-scale farming ever occurred before that time on the African continent, --- but yet Africa is now considered as the cradle of ALL HUMANITY! I do not wish to attack the absurdity of this notion in this post right now (maybe later in the near future), but it goes beyond all rational thought why so-called experts in the various fields cannot accept the fact that there were TWO separate creation events on this earth, in TWO separate regions on this planet, which I’ve illustrated in the image below.


Anyone who wishes to explore the possibility, from a non-biblical point of view, that there were two separate creation events on this earth, need only research the origins of domestic “farm” animals. You will quickly discover that, besides cattle, these animals did not have their origins in Africa. And don’t tell me they were all devoured by the wild beasts of Africa, or that the ancient Black African Race consumed the whole lot!

The Origin of the Horse

According to this source, the oldest evidence of humans taming horses comes from Asia. Prehistoric Africans in the middle and southern parts of the continent never used horses as a means of transport. Horses only featured many years later in northern Africa, --- AFTER the second creation event in Genesis Chapter 2. Horses were unknown in the rest of Africa until European settlers arrived, --- thousands of years later!

The Origin of Sheep

Sheep have their origins between 9000 – 11,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, an area more-or-less in the Tigris–Euphrates region. According to Wikipedia they are most likely descended from the wild mouflon of Europe and Asia.

The Origin of the Goat

The domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus) is a subspecies of goat domesticated from the wild goat of southwest Asia and Eastern Europe.

Take Note: Cattle were created in the first creation event. They already existed by the time Adam was formed, which implies that there must have been more than one species, because Adam gave names to the different kinds of cattle. (See Genesis 1: 24 and Genesis 2: 20)

In a previous posting on this blog, which I published in two parts (Exposing the Synagogue of Satan), I touched briefly on the possibility that there were two separate creations described in the book of Genesis. This pre-Adamite view concerning the creation of man is not something I’ve sucked out of my thumb, --- it also appears in the early writings of such authors as Paracelsus in 1520, Bruno in 1591, Vanini in 1619, and Peyrère, in 1655. It reached a high level of development with the 19th-century scholar Alexander Winchell in his book, Preadamites; or a Demonstration of the Existence of Men Before Adam, published in 1880. The evolutionists don’t like this view because it does not fit in with their agenda.

I realize that some readers are thinking that I am rather arrogant and self-righteous to even dare suggest that the biblical Adam was a Whiteman. I can already imagine the anonymous e-mails I’ll be receiving shouting, “You’re a dumbass racist!” Well, do you know what? --- You can call me whatever names you want, but that doesn’t change the truth. The fact remains that in Africa vast numbers of people are dying from AIDS and other numerous reasons. Others are starving to death because they cannot produce crops on a large scale, without the assistance of the semi-white and pure-white races whose true origins are NOT from Africa.

In January 2009 the Republic of the Congo approached Agri SA with an invitation to consider the possibility of farming in the fertile and depopulated rural areas of the country. After exploring various possibilities they decided that the White South African farmer was going to be their best bet, because no one else except White Africans (i.e. -- those who were born on African soil), were more familiar with the agricultural environment in Africa. The deal was signed last week giving South African farmers access to up to 10 million hectares (24.7 million acres) of farmland. See my previous post regarding this issue.

The Blackman here in Southern Africa is cutting his own throat by killing the White farmers, and by claiming the land because their primitive ancestors from the first creation happened to be buried in the soil, or because recent relatives of theirs happened to live on the land years before it was legally purchased. How much fertile soil has already been made unproductive by this satanic urge to re-distribute the land into the hands of unqualified farmers? Who is really behind this crazy notion of taking away land from successful commercial White farmers?


Related Posts on this Blog:

Wanted in the Congo – South African Farmers

Beware of the Congo

The irresistible urge to go farming

Limpopo Province – A heritage under siege

South Africa farmers sign Congo farmland deal

Squandering productive farmland


8 comments :

Dark Raven said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I love this post..you should get hold of a copy of Michael Tellingers book Slave Specis of god. He has just completed a new book due for release, Temples Of The African Gods. A lot of his writting is inspired by the ancient astronaut hypothesis popularized in the writings of Zecharia Sitchin. ... If a person is a Bible believer then it really shouldn't be too difficult to step out of the box and see God, the angles and avatars as something more than what has been preconditoined into our minds by pre Raphaelite art and Judo Christian iconography. If one can get over that, then what realistic explanation remains?

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Dear Dark Raven,

Thanks for popping in. Sorry I couldn’t respond sooner but I’ve been away for a few days. Incidentally, I spent a few days camping in the Eastern Transvaal in the same region where Johan Heine’s ‘Adams Calendar’ is located.

I might as well get straight to the point….

Unfortunately, it is my opinion that Zecharia Sitchin and others like him do not have a clue what they are talking about. I think it has something to do with that green stuff they smoke! It’s a real pity these people with their astonishing controversial ideas (based on ignorance, falsehood, and a childlike imagination) have led so many folk away from the truth. Visit http://www.sitchiniswrong.com to read how Sitchin has deceived the masses. Sitchin's translations of both individual words and of larger portions of ancient texts have also been found to be incorrect --- See Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zecharia_Sitchin#Criticisms for more info.

In the light of the above facts, Sitchin’s theories regarding human origins, the ancient Sumerian "Anunnaki" culture, planet Nibiru, etc… is all just plain sensational gibberish, designed to amaze and deceive the masses. Michael Tellinger was one of many who unfortunately fell into the trap. His book “Slave Species of god” is just a product of his obsession with Sitchin’s false views, -- but it will continue to amaze and misinform 1000’s of people – who think that while searching for the truth they can also be entertained and amazed.

Ironically, Tellinger’s latest book “Temples Of The African Gods” confirms my personal view that God created the dark-skinned African race more than 200,000 years ago. However, I strongly disagree that ALL races on this planet evolved from Africa, and for this reason the book cannot be a true historical account of our ancient human history. The book will evidently be a bestseller because it promotes the worldview that we are all one!

The post in question “Adam the Farmer” touches on one small but vital aspect namely, the origin of the White Farmer. I did not have the time to go into more detail, and to explain why God’s commandments, His statutes, and His laws were given to this White Race, and NOT to the Darker “African” Species, whom God created in an earlier time. There are many references in the Old Testament of how the God of Israel tried to keep these two human species separate, but Modern Christians and liberal church-goers don’t like this “Apartheid” view, hence the reason why they seldom study the Old Testament, and prefer to read their ‘easier’ modern corrupted versions of the Bible. The bottom line is that we are NOT all one and the same, but satan and his cronies want us to think that we are, -- and those who think otherwise are mad!

Because God’s ‘African’ creation never received God’s Law they were not required to live under that law. However, there were many who voluntarily chose to join the Israel community. The Bible calls these people “proselytes”, but unfortunately this term has, over the ages mainly through Jewish influence, been grossly misinterpreted by various corrupt translations.

I will definitely be reading Michael Tellinger’s latest book, because the subject interests me. However, I will not allow my mind to be poisoned by Zecharia Sitchin nonsense, non-biblical propaganda, or any so-called evidence that all races on this planet evolved from out of Africa.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Tia Mysoa,

id have to disagree with you on this one my friend. the all are one IS a biblical worldview. Galatians 3:28 for example. In light of this i would like to know, where in the bible it mentions the creation of two different races, which would make jesus' sacrifice null for blacks, 1 Corinthians 15: 22. and where it mentions anything about a 200 thousand year gap between the two.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Anonymous (December 19, 2010 9:19 AM)

Thank you for popping in!

You mentioned Galatians 3:28 and also 1 Corinthians 15:22.
Let’s briefly explore what the Word of God says in these verses…

Galatians 3:28
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.

In other words, those who believe in Christ Jesus are one. Race and skin colour is totally irrelevant, as long as Jesus Christ remains in the picture! Christians (followers of Christ’s teachings) can NEVER be one with Muslims, Atheists, Agnostics, Zionists, Satanist, etc… for they do not accept Jesus Christ as their Saviour; in fact they deny the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour, the Messiah sent of God.

John 3:16-18
16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.
18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. (KJV)

The other verse you mentioned in 1 Corinthians 15 basically contains the same message, -- the keywords being ”in Christ”.

1 Corinthians 15: 22 and 23
22 For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.
23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ's at his coming.

You asked: “Where in the bible it mentions the creation of two different races?”
I will ignore the second part where you stated, “…which would make Jesus' sacrifice null for blacks,” because this posting does not suggest anything of this sort. Everyone and everything on this earth is part of God’s creation and all have a specific purpose on Earth. Humans however, have been given the freedom of choice in this great spiritual battle. They can either choose to support God’s enemy (satan) and accept the consequences, or they can choose to follow God’s instructions.

As I’ve already mentioned in this posting, the Two Separate Creation Theory is a concept that has been supported by several intellectuals, and as early as the year 1520.

The most comprehensive online research-article on this subject can be found on the website of www.biblestudysite.com. It explains the two separate creation events using the biblical text in the book of Genesis (King James 1611 version – the most accurate Bible version available).

I highly recommend that you read some of the articles published there, in order to get a better understanding of this subject. If you search around on the web for recent news regarding archaeological discoveries, you will also see how this viewpoint is inadvertently being confirmed by experts in the field. In this posting (which is an old posting by the way), I merely focused on the evidence provided by the origin of domestic farm animals.

Have a look at:
Mankind: The Two Separate Creation Events

God Bless!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Although I'm not totally familiar with the two creation theory, I'm inclined to agree with Tia's viewpoints. The Biblical Law's were initially only given to the Israelites, and not to the pre-adamites in ancient times. The New Testament changed things somewhat, but if you look at the whole issue from a global perspective I do not see Black Africans spreading the gospel of Christ, with the same passion and energy as the White races. Black Africans seem intent on destroying White Christians. The victims of murder and persecuction in Sudan, and other places in African countries are Christian farmers, so in that sense Tia has hit it on the nail!

I've noticed that Tia also runs a seperate Christian blog tia4christ.blogspot.com. There are some great eye-opening posts published there!

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Anonymous (December 19, 2010 3:09 PM)

Thank you for your kind comments, and also for helping to promote the sister blog
TIA4CHRIST. I created the blog sometime after this posting (on 10 January 2010 to be exact), with the purpose of keeping Christian-based articles separate from this blog.

I have noticed that many people who leave comments on this blog on postings (similar to the above one) which touch on aspects related to Christian biblical issues, do not have an in-depth knowledge of the Bible’s Old and New Testaments. At times the debates do get frustrating, particularly if you’re dealing with someone who is a non or lukewarm-Christian . On the other hand it is gratifying to see that some individuals are at least making an effort to explore biblical truths, even if they initially disagree with your viewpoint.

Many Black Africans, who are non-Christian or who doubt the Christian faith, exhibit an inferiority complex when discussing biblical issues with a Whiteman who believes that the Israelites of old were a predominantly White Race, hence the reason they will immediately go into attack mode when discussing these issues. I don’t always know how to approach these people, but I would suggest they first read THE SUPREME BEING OF PRIMITIVE MAN, a short posting on the sister blog, before commenting on postings that, on first glance, appear ethnically biased.

The sooner Black Africans start realizing that Christians (no-matter what the colour of their skin) are NOT their enemy, the sooner Africa will experience true peace and stability.

God Bless Africa!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

tia,
its the doubter again :)
anyway, id like to clear up a few things. i looked at the link you posted in response to my comment and in response to it, id put forward that i am a believer in the 6 day creation and believe that the verse ( 2 Peter 3:8) is referring to the second comming of our lord and is illustrating that God isnt hindered by time. (sincce he made it he controls it). im not an expert in 6 day vs gap theory although i have read some on it. but believing either way wont have an affect on your salvation as long as you have a relationship with christ. and i believe there are more important things we could be doing for christ instead of argueing with other believers ( ministered to a homeless guy yesterday, found out he was the guy my group of friends and i have been looking for when we go to reach out to them. thought it was a nice little reminder)

with that said, id like to go back to when i said salvation wouldnt apply to blacks. or something along those lines. since i personally believe in the 6 day creation, i believe that everyone started with Adam. and since sin started because of Adam and was cleansed by an 'adam', of Adam's line, then because blacks arent of Adam then a 'adams'sacrifice wouldnt cover them. just to clear it up. but like i said before, as long as Christs the mantlepiece in your life believing in one or the other doesnt really matter.

so sorry for being a nuisance :) i second your God bless africa, and in addition, god bless you.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Anonymous (December 21, 2010 3:35 AM)

There’s no need to apologize, as you are NOT being a nuisance at all!
You’re most welcome to pop in and leave comments whenever you please. Although I cannot always promise that I’ll respond immediately, I do at least read all comments.

“as long as Christs the mantlepiece in your life…” I AGREE 100 percent!

Thanks for the blessings; may God bless you in abundance too!

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