We will take up in this Part 3 directing our attention to the Pharaoh Dynasty and the Israelites. You may ask why. Because here is what they didn’t tell you in history classes or even in church pulpits. It is through the migration of the princes and princesses throughout the world at the time of Pharaoh that continue the Pharaoh bloodline that has led to what we have come to know as the elite ruling class today.

First let’s look at the family tree of Noah and what countries they formed.

Shem (Asia)

Shem (Heb. "Name") was Noah's oldest son and part of Noah's family of eight who survived the great flood. Shem and his wife were childless before the flood, but after the flood Shem bore a son at 110 years of age. He was father to five sons who became the fathers of the five Semitic nations as shown below. Shem was actually the father of the nations of the ancient Near East including the Israelites and the Jewish religion, and therefore Judaism, Islam, and Christianity sprang from the line of Shem. The Semites were particularly known for their religious zeal.

The Five Semitic Nations:

  1. Elam (The Persians) settled northeast of the Persian Gulf.

  2. Asshur (The Assyrians) the Biblical name for Assyria, settled between the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers.

  3. Arphaxad (The Babylonians) settled in Chaldea.

  4. Lud (The Lydians) settled in Asia Minor, but some of them sailed across the Mediterranean and settled in northern Africa.

  5. Aram (The Syrians) the Biblical name for Syria, located north and east of Israel.

Ham (Africa)

Ham (Heb. "hot" or "Black") was Noah's second oldest son and part of the family of eight who survived the great flood. Ham and his wife bore 4 sons who became the fathers of the nations of Africa. Ham's fourth son Canaan was prophetically cursed because he gazed at his fathers nakedness while he was drunk. This curse would mean later that Canaan would lose his land to the Hebrews and would be subservient to the descendants of Shem. The Hamites were known for their physical endurance.

The Four Hamitic Nations:

  1. Cush (The Ethiopians) settled in Ethiopia south of Egypt, also early in their history some of them migrated to an area north of the Persian Gulf (Gen. 10:8-10).

  2. Mizraim (The Egyptians) the Bible name for Egypt, settled in northeastern Africa. His correct spelling of his name given to him at birth was Misraim.

  3. Phut (The Libyans) sometimes translated Libya, settled in northern Africa.

  4. Canaan (The Canaanites) settled above Africa east of the Mediterranean (Later was given to the Hebrews).

Japheth (Europe)

Japheth (Heb. "God will Enlarge)") was Noah's third oldest son and part of