Journeying through Ancient Maps and Unveiling Biblical Narrative

Africa the Land of Shem: Journeying through Ancient Maps and Unveiling Biblical Narrative

Introduction: Discovering the Holy Land of Africa

Have you ever heard the phrase, Africa the Holy Land? If you haven’t, prepare to be enlightened as we delve into the intriguing idea that Africa could be the true Jerusalem referred to in the Bible.

In Genesis 13:1, it’s written that Abram, who is later known as Abraham, departed from Egypt and journeyed south. Is it possible that his journey led him into the heart of what we now know as Africa?

Unveiling the Biblical Narrative

Abram’s Journey South: A Biblical Reference

The scripture’s mention of Abram’s journey south has led many to question: could it be that Africa was the intended destination? A land blessed with rich cultural heritage and diverse landscapes, it’s not hard to imagine this beautiful continent as the backdrop for such a monumental journey.

The Landmarks of Africa: Echoes of the Scriptures

Adding to this theory are the numerous landmarks in Africa that bear the same names as those found in biblical scriptures. These parallels present intriguing questions and potential answers that bring a fresh perspective to our understanding of the scriptures.

Exploring Ancient and Modern Maps

Tracing the Footsteps of Adam to Joshua

In our new book, “Finding African Ancestry in the Bible“, we take you on a captivating journey. By tracing the footsteps of biblical figures from Adam to Joshua, we seek to unveil the deeper connections between Africa and the biblical narrative.

Africa: The Real Jerusalem?

Debunking the Myths and Unveiling the Truth

Is Africa the real Jerusalem? This question forms the core of our exploration. While it might challenge traditional notions, our research presents compelling evidence that invites you to reconsider established narratives.

Africa the Land of Shem: A Must-Read Book

An Overview of Our Extensive Research and Findings

Our book offers an extensive overview of our research and findings. If you’re an African, part of the African diaspora, or simply interested in the rich historical and biblical connections between Africa and the Holy Land, “Africa the Land of Shem” is a must-read.

Journeying through Ancient and Modern Maps

From detailed ancient maps to modern geographic representations, our book offers an in-depth look at the significant landmarks linking Africa to the biblical narrative.

Unraveling the Biblical Narrative in Africa

Join us as we unravel the biblical narrative in Africa, offering fresh insights and perspectives on the roles of various biblical figures.

Conclusion: Intrigued to learn more? Discover the Holy Land of Africa in our book!

Are you intrigued to learn more? If so, prepare to embark on a fascinating journey with our book, “Finding African Ancestry in the Bible“. It’s time to discover the Holy Land of Africa!

Minister Koko


Be ye strong and very courageous in this hour. May the Eternal Father uplift and keep you and your house, until the day of redemption.

2 thoughts on “Journeying through Ancient Maps and Unveiling Biblical Narrative

  1. Very insightful indeed what I have just read in Genesis 13:1. I have long been of the view that what we now call Africa is actually Eden and the Garden being on the east of Eden means the eastern countries of Eden/Africa ie. The Great Rift Valley with the great Lakes of Nalubale/Lake Victoria and the areas around Jinja in Buganda/Uganda where it is assumed the Great River, Nahara/Nile’s source is.

    1. That is really good insight brother Abraham. Where are you from? If you have additional insight, let’s communicate to make things precise. Thank you for commenting.

      Min Koko

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