Category: Êuê Culture

Êuê Culture: Biblical Measurements – Lengths, Weights, Liquid Measures, Dry Measures and Money

Shalom everyone! The following is a list of the biblical measures for lengths, weights, liquid measures, dry measures and money used by the ancient Êuês as recorded in the Holy Scriptures: Biblical Measurements Lengths Length Ancient Equivalent Imperial Equivalent Metric Equivalent Scriptural Reference Finger (Etsba) 0.73 inches 1.85 centimeters  Jeremiah 52.21 Handbreadth (Topah) 4 […]

WATCH: The True Origins of the Passover Seder and Haggadah – KhamithiHiburuEthics lmd

Shalom everyone! The following is a video presentation by scholar Khamithi Hiburu Ethics on the origins of the Passover “Seder” and the “Haggadah.” Neither the “Seder” nor the “Haggadah” existed in pre-exilic Israelite culture. Both the “Seder” and the “Haggadah” have their origins in the Hellenistic Greek culture, our historical enemy. […]

WATCH: “If You are Black Where Is YOUR TOTEM?” – KhamithiHiburuEthics lmd

Shalom everyone! In African culture, a totem serves as an emblem or a symbol of a group of people such as a tribe, lineage, clan or family. The symbols carved into the totem such as an animal, plant or object of nature, serve as identifiers, attributes and characteristics of a tribe, lineage, clan or family. Prior to our being captured and sold into slavery in the Americas, we […]

Êuê Calendar: The Lunar Calendar – The Moon and the Mo’edim

Shalom everyone! The ancient pre-exilic Israelites used two calendar systems to keep time: A civil solar calendar for day-to-day civil business and an ecclesiastical lunar calendar to track the monthly and annual mo’edim and the reigns of kings.  In Exodus 12:1-2, YAH commanded the Israelites to create the ecclesiastical lunar calendar for the mo’edim, even before their Exodus from Egypt. This calendar was […]

WATCH: Ancient Pre-Exilic Israelite Menology – 2016 – Bro. Ron Shields/Kingdom Harbinger Ministries #HebrewCalendar

Shalom everyone! Menology is “an ecclesiastical/religious calendar of the months.” The ancient pre-exilic Israelite community had more than one calendar, the ecclesiastical calendar to track when the mo’edim (YAH’s appointed times) would occur, and a secular calendar to track the rest of the year. Brother Ron Shields, a/k/a […]