Now this is an article with stuff being thrown out there, not facts. Go to the bottom also.
This article is being composed, please check back later today to see the results. This is not my idea but a call from my young relative this morning got me out of bed and wow! He brought up things we were always afraid to ask or think. This is a think tank.
You see even I always wondered why would God curse Canaan when it is obvious that Ham committed the ACT!
What Act? On whom and was Canaan a product of incest? Does the Bible actually say that Canaan was even born at the time this happened? I often wondered why was he angry at Ham? So you have to think and one thunk is as good as another, Soooo.
The plot thickens and I will write my thoughts and invite my young relative and others to present their thoughts on this.
We got to let go of our preconceived teachings by others and deal straight with what the Bible says on "The Nakedness of a Husband".
Was Noah's wife there with him and drank some wine also and once He awakens from his drunkenness:
Was he angry not because another male had seen him but maybe, "His nakedness" was covered up (his wife) by the boys? When he heard about it, by prophecy the child of this relationship had a curse put on it. He didn't say the curse would end because Japheth and Shem descendants still exist. Why would boys go in backward with the cloth to cover him, a man, that has what they have, but their mother or another female Yes. David and Bathsheba's son died because of the way it was conceived.
Some say it was sodomy because of the situation with Lot. Noah's bloodline was pure, was there Nephilim influence here? There is a lot to think about. Discussion is open.
CORRUPTION OF THOUGHT. To justify slavery and not make themselves look like barbarians, England and America corrupted this into a doctrine of their own but think about this. Did God even issue this curse or was it just Noah?
It was Noah, not God who cursed Canaan. So let me ask, can a man issue and then bring to pass a curse?
Well yes, he can if God is making his prophecy come thru this man's mouth.
Noah was outraged and acting on emotion because "His nakedness had been exposed"
Or did it end when Israel conquered most of the land?
Where are the Canaanites Now?
Genesis 9 is crucial for another reason, also. It is a passage which has long been employed to justify slavery and, in particular, the sinful subjugation of the Black peoples throughout the centuries. The curse of Ham, we are told, is simply being fulfilled as the Blacks live out their lives in servitude to the other races, particularly the Whites. As we shall see, this interpretation cannot be maintained by any careful consideration of our text.https://bible.org/seriespage/10-nakedness-noah-and-cursing-canaan-genesis-918-1032
I will say, it is true the land the Israelites conquered was the land of Canaan. The inhabitants of Canaan were naturally those who were descendants of Canaan and Ham, a people who were involved in all sorts of heathen practices. And so has Japheth children, who sacrificed their babies to the God Molech. So heathen practices are by all colors of mankind even today, abortions, etc.
So can this explain why even today, because Ham we know was Black in skin color, all over the world this skin type is in a lowered position?
India, If your skin is very dark, In America, UK, AU, Africa, dark skin in Brazil, dark skin even in Mexico name it and you are perceived as lower or different if your skin is black.
Men have corrupted it to mean color of skin, rather than the slavery of Canaanites. Dark skin is easy to identify by sight and corruption of what Noah actually said has led to mistreatment of Dark-skinned people.
This is deep and we need some feedback on it to fully develop this.
I will insert scriptural analysis as the day progresses. But please give your thoughts before I post more. I have some work to do today.
Now, this is another thought; https://search.yahoo.com/search?p=where+are+the+canaanites+now&fr=yset_widemail_chr_win&type=default
Researchers conducted DNA sequencing on ancient Canaanite skeletons and have determined where the Canaanites’ descendants can be found today.
The Canaanites were a Semitic-speaking cultural group that lived in Canaan (comprising Lebanon, southern Syria, Israel, and Transjordan) beginning in the second millennium B.C.E. and wielded influence throughout the Mediterranean. In the Hebrew Bible, the Canaanites are described as inhabitants of Canaan before the arrival of the Israelites (e.g., Genesis 15:18–21, Exodus 13:11). Little of the Canaanites’ textual records remain, perhaps because they used papyrus instead of the more durable clay for writing. Much of the Canaanites’ history is reconstructed through the writings of contemporary peoples in addition to archaeological examinations of the material record.
Marc Haber, Claude Doumet-Serhal, Christiana Scheib and a team of 13 other scientists recently published their DNA findings in The American Journal of Human Genetics(AJHG). The researchers sequenced the genomes of five individuals who were buried in the Canaanite city of Sidon in Lebanon around 1700 B.C.E. as well as the genomes of 99 individuals from Lebanon today.
The results of their study demonstrated a connection: “We show that present-day Lebanese derive most of their ancestry from a Canaanite-related population, which therefore implies substantial genetic continuity in the Levant since at least the Bronze Age,” wrote the researchers in AJHG. (click link for the rest of the article)