Israylite ‘Black’ History: Our Names Before Slavery

From page 1: Nyahmoley–Enyah–Inyah–Yaho-Ahkeyah–Hanyah–Beneyah–Honyah–Enyah–Tayaho–Cooyah–Hygayah–Bunyah–Kardayah–Yaryah–Barbanyah–Yahfee–Dahyah–Bandayah–Bayah–Byeyah–Dayeyah–Bayah–Jinyah (or pronounced Ginyah)–Ahkiddeyah–Fahkayyah–Iyahwoo–Bowyah–Ahkeyahkah–Sahyah–Bowyah–ahkeyahkah–Sahyah–Bowyah–Bayahsay–Yahkobah–Yahtai–Ewanyah–Embayyah–Ingyah From page 2: Ahmanyah–Yahnoo–Yahko–Eyahye–Seeyah–Yaho–Yahw–Queyah–Sowayah–Yahwoah–Oluyah– Dayahvee–Dayah–Hendayah–Yahbah–Yahbah (child)–Koyah–Koyah (child 18 months)–Mallayah–Yahbarray–Yahwoh–Foddayah–Boyah–Eyahbah–Ogooreyah–Azoyah–Azoyah (child 3 months)–Yahmeahhah–Yahyah–Iyah–Inyahdubah–Oneyah–Mahtonyah–Onlahyah–Indepayah–Gunyah–Iyah–Akobahyah–Yahboo–Ahyahwo–Lahbayah–Ahbesoyah–Ahdayah–Ahwodulayah From page 3: Ahyahhae–Yahcheworroh–Yahyah–Boyah–Ahdahyah–Tayyah–Eyahmay-Indayah–Okanyah-Manyah–Okabeyah–Okahsanyah–Manyah–Addeyahkah–Yahlah–Ayah–Koyahloo–Cheyahmah–Ahdayah–Mondeeyah–Yahboh–Modayah–Ayah–Eyahyee–Mosayahmay–Myah–Myah (repeated)–Sombyeyah–Dyeyah–Yahkoo–Dyeyah–Dyeyah (repeated)–Yahmahwho–Yahwow–Okahyah–Eyah–Adeyahkah–Yahboloo–Ayahgoboo–Kopahsiyah–Oyahcowaday–Oyahcowaday (child)–Solahyah–Olookyeyah–Moyah–Sowyah–Yanoyah–Yahjemmee (or Yahgemmee)–Yahdeepay–Yahmah–Yahmoh from page 4: Yahkoo–Lahiayah–Amotayah–Ayahgalee–Mahfekoyah–Keyah–Keyah–Keyah (repeating)–Indeyah–Bahdayah–Ayah–Ahpallayah–Oyahlogoh–Bangyah–Yahkolobah–Oyaneyah–Kakaneyah–Oneyah–Totayah–Aforeyah–Aforeyah’s child–Melyah–Oyahkechay–Yahlay–Wahyahchay–Yahmah–Ayah–Oyahkah–Yahcomba–Yahmanjano (or Yahmangano)–Meyemeyah–Imbayah–Peyahkah–Byah–Yahmah–Mangayah–Keyah–Adayah From page 5: Dayah–Seahboyah–Iyahway–Yahya–Yahmay–Yahobang–Acahboyah–Yahway–Ayahlay–Fanneyah–Eyahwoh–Yahminday–Adonyahgo–Yahlah–Yahfolay–Semyahmah–Alwoyah–Oyahday–Taddayah–Iyah–Mahseyah–Yahnoday–Oyahbay–Fahtayah–Yahfronah–Yahvee–Okoyahday A photo above, of the website where the slaves names was copied. I tried toContinue reading “Israylite ‘Black’ History: Our Names Before Slavery”

Israylite ‘Black’ History: Patricia Bath

Among many firsts, Patricia Bath is the first African American to complete a residency in ophthalmology and the first African-American female doctor to receive a medical patent. She invented the Laserphaco Probe for cataract treatment in 1986. Born in Harlem, New York, on November 4, 1942, Patricia Bath became the first African American to completeContinue reading “Israylite ‘Black’ History: Patricia Bath”

The Foot and Hand Symbolism of the Breech Birth of Esau and Jacob

26 Afterward, his brother came out and his hand took of Esau’s heel, so his name was called Yahcob. Yitzshaq was sixty years old when she bore them. Genesis chapter 25. Yah explained to Ezra in 2 Esdras 6:8-9 why  Esau and Yahqob were born breech. Yah said Esau represents the end (foot) of oneContinue reading “The Foot and Hand Symbolism of the Breech Birth of Esau and Jacob”