Who were Melchizedek, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob?
Excerpted from: Bible Interpretations and Explanations. Written by Amunubi Rahkaptah
Melchizedek was an incarnation of the Most High God of the Phoenicians called Elyon, therefore, Melchizedek was Phoenician. As stated earlier in this Booklet, the Phoenicians were a branch of the Hindu People.
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are another way of saying Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva of the Hindu, because the Jewish People are an extraction of the Hindu, and Judaism is another form of Hinduism.
Moreover, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are another way of saying Ham, Shem, and Japheth. Therefore, Abraham was Phoenician
People and the Jews adopted that name, and thereby the meeting of Melchizedek and Abraham in the book of Genesis (14 chapter and 19 verses) meant that the Jewish People and other Caucasians would receive their religion and culture from Phoenicians, but the Phoenicians had received their basic knowledge and culture from the Ethiopians.
18. The Jews (Gews) were originally GREEKS from Greece who became the first Caucasian group to reach the lands (Africa and Asia) of culture and riches around three thousand (3000) B.C., hence, they became known as Hebrews in ancient times. The word HEBREW means BLACK and STAR-WORSHIPER, and because the Phoenicians were Star-Worshipers is one reason the Jewish People have a Star today as their religious symbol. Moreover, a Star is a symbol of power, knowledge, wisdom, and understanding. The Jews' original symbol was the CROSS like the other Caucasians' symbol. Hebrew is a variant of the word Ghebre (also spelled Gheber).