As a result of reading Akanba’s book about the Akan (where he links the Akan with the Jews and the Hebrews), I have been led into this territory. Having freed myself of the vestiges of a Christian upbringing, I can now venture into the Christian Bible without being affected in a religious or a spiritual way. The Bible, especially the Old Testament, has books that were written by people close to the traditions of Sirius. Much of the stories, especially in the Old Testament (Job, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Jonah, Habakkuk, Zephaniah) have to do with the Hebrews. Akanba and to some extent Nana Banchie Darkwah delve into Bible histories. Both men are Akan royals, although I am not sure if either one or both are also practicing Christians.
What I do know is that African groups including the Akan, the Gur groups (Dogon, Frafra/Kusase, Gurmanche, Kasena/Nankani, Mamprusi, Dagomba, Bassari, Dagaare, Tem, etc. there are many), Igbo, Shona, Oromo, Hebrews (the Sephardim) and a host of other people are in one way or another related to the Sirius heritage. Some Africans, whom I call the “DiaLa” in my book Kemetic Alchemy and Tantra (especially in sections 4.12 and 5.1), are more connected to Enki’s line (Asar-Aset-Heru faction) while another faction, the “Jews”, or those I call the “DiaMo” in the book, are connected to a group known as the Amun-Mut-Khonsu faction, and they can be called the Ammonites. On Earth, the Ammonites comprise branches of the Aramaic, together with the Kushitic/Ethiopic, and with the Ancient Egyptian/Hebrew. These first two groups (the Asar-Aset-Heru, and the Amun-Mut-Khonsu factions) are different from the Akkadians and the Assyrians. There are also certain African groups that are more connected to Enlil’s line. All African groups are eventually (one way or another) related to the Sumerians. Both Enki and Enlil are sons of Anu.
In order to look further into the religion of the Annunaki, of whose culture Sumerian is a major derivative, I returned to Francois Lenormant’s book Chaldean Magic, which I mention in section 4.10 of The Akan Book. According to Lenormant, the original Hebrew language belonged to the Kushites. He also claims that there is evidence that there were dark skinned people in the Sumerian region before other groups arrived. Lenormant in his work Chaldean Magic seems not to be a lone voice but to communicate with other French intellectuals as well as the ones in England influenced by Sir Henry Rawlinson.