On page 21 of the book, "From Babylon to Timbuktu", Windsor writes; "Dividing the world along a color line was an idea that originated with the white supremacist in Europe after the Renaissance. The Europeans did not have any great civilization immediately after the fall of Greece and Rome."
Widsor goes on to write; "During the Middle Ages, the black nations of Africa and Asia had the greatest political, economical, educational, and military influence in the world. At this time, Europe existed in a state of darkness for a thousand years. In the seventeenth century and later, Europe began to emerge out of the slough of ignorance, and certain Germans and others conceived of themselves as belonging to a superior race."
Who is Professor Rudolph R. Windsor?
Rudolph R. Windsor, was born in Long Branch, New Jersey. After living in a number of Jersey Communities, his family settled in Philadelphia where he attended Community College, studying Psychology and Political Science; Gratz College, where he majored in Hebrew/Aramaic Studies; and Temple University, where he majored in Middle Eastern Studies. In 1992 he moved to Atlanta, Georgia where he lives till today . In addition, he has four son and a daughter.
(lines taken from the book, "From Babylon to Timbuktu")
Moreover, Professor Windsor is the Author of the books in titled: 1.The Valley of the Dry Bones, 2. Judea Trembles Under Rome, 3. When is The Next War? 4. Barak and Deborah United
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He goes on to say, "Because of the scarce literature the contributions of black to world civilization , most people today hold the erroneous opinion that the black races have little real history. It was not known , for instance that the ancient Hebrews, Mesopotamians Phoenicians and Egyptians were black."
I myself have grown from reading his books and extracting the rich thought provoking information from the pages into my mind and writings over the years. I encourage my fellow Israelite truth seekers to add his books to your library at home. If by any chance you don't have a library of your own start with his. By purchasing his writings you are helping his work and research tremendously.
I leave you with an excerpt from page 84 of the book; From Babylon to Timbuktu, "In the year 65 B.C. the Roman armies under General Pompey captured Jerusalem. In 70 A.D. General Vespasian and his son, Titus put an end to the Jewish state, with great slaughter. During the period of the military governors of Palestine (Israel), many outrages and atrocities were committed against the residue of the people. During the period from Pompey to Julius, it has been estimated that over 1 million Jews fled into Africa, fleeing from Roman persecution and slavery. The slave markets were full of black Jewish slaves."
After these words Professor Windsor places the bible verse of Deut. 28:64 which reads; "And the Lord shall scatter thee among all people, from the one end of the earth even unto the other; and there thou shalt serve other gods, which neither thou nor thy fathers have known, even wood and stone."
He continues with this; "This prophecy and all the residue of the prophecies contained in Deuteronomy 28:15-68 befell the black Jews after they disobeyed the laws of God. Many nations transported the Jews into slavery, and the sons of Israel transmigrated to every continent.