Sunday, July 19, 2009

Ham and Seed Given as Slaves Forever

Book of Jasher, Chapter 73

30 So Moses took the city by his wisdom, and the children of Cush placed him
on the throne instead of Kikianus king of Cush.

31 And they placed the royal crown upon his head, and they gave him for a
wife Adoniah the Cushite queen, wife of Kikianus.

32 And Moses feared the Lord God of his fathers, so that he came not to her,
nor did he turn his eyes to her.

33 For Moses remembered how Abraham had made his servant Eliezer swear,
saying unto him, Thou shalt not take a woman from the daughters of Canaan
for my son Isaac.

34 Also what Isaac did when Jacob had fled from his brother, when he
commanded him, saying, Thou shalt not take a wife from the daughters of
Canaan, nor make alliance with any of the children of Ham.

35 For the Lord our God gave Ham the son of Noah, and his children and all
his seed, as slaves to the children of Shem and to the children of Japheth,
and unto their seed after them for slaves, forever.

36 Therefore Moses turned not his heart nor his eyes to the wife of Kikianus
all the days that he reigned over Cush.

37 And Moses feared the Lord his God all his life, and Moses walked before
the Lord in truth, with all his heart and soul, he turned not from the right
way all the days of his life; he declined not from the way either to the
right or to the left, in which Abraham, Isaac and Jacob had walked.

In the kingdom of God on the earth, the Africans cannot hold one particle
of power in Government.... Not one of the children of old Cain have one
particle of right to hear rule in Government affairs from first to last;
they have no business there. This privilege was taken from them by their own
transgressions (Brigham Young's talk to the Legislature, Feb. 5, 1852)
* * *

Therefore, I will not consent for one moment to have an African dictate me
or any brethren with regard to Church or State Government. (Ibid.)

* * *

We should not...elevate them, as some seem disposed, to an equality with
those whom nature and nature's God has indicated to be their masters, their
superiors.... (Ibid.)


Were the children of God to mingle their seed with the seed of Cain, it
would not only bring the curse of being deprived of the power of the
Priesthood upon themselves, but they entail it upon their children after
them, and they cannot get rid of it.... (Feb. 5, 1852)

* * *

If the white man who belongs to the chosen seed mixes his blood with the
seed of Cain, the penalty, under the law of God, is death on the spot. This
will always be so. (J. D. 10:110)

* * *

...let me tell you, that the day they (Jews) consented to mingle their seed
with Canaan, the priesthood was taken away from Judah, and that portion of
Judah's seed will never get any rule, or blessings of the priesthood until
Cain gets it. (Feb. 5, 1852)

* * *

Let this Church which is called the kingdom of God on the earth; we will
summons the first presidency, the twelve, the high counsel, the bishopric,
and all the elders of Israel, suppose we summons them to appear here, and
here declare that it is right to mingle our seed, with the black race of
Cain, that they shall come in with us and be partakers with us of all the
blessings God has given to us. On that very day, and hour we should do so,
the priesthood is taken from this Church and kingdom and God leaves us to
our fate. The moment we consent to mingle with the seed of Cain the Church
must go to destruction--we should receive the curse which has been placed
upon the seed of Cain, and never more be numbered with the children of Adam
who are heirs to the priesthood until that curse he removed. (Ibid.)


The Lord told Cain that he should not receive the blessings of the
Priesthood nor his seed, until the last of the posterity of Abel had
received the priesthood, until the redemption of the earth. (Feb. 5, 1852)
* * *

And if he [a Canaanite] continues faithful until Abel's race is satisfied
with his blessings, then may the race of Cain receive a fullness of the
priesthood.... (Des. News, Apr. 3, 1852)

* * *

That mark will be seen upon the face of every Negro upon the face of the
earth; and it is the decree of God that that mark shall remain upon the seed
of Cain until the seed of Abel shall be redeemed. (History of Wilford
Woodruff, p. 551)
* * *

When all the other children of Adam have had the privilege of receiving the
Priesthood, and of coming into the kingdom of God, and of being redeemed
from the four quarters of the earth, and have received their resurrection
from the dead, then it will be time enough to remove the curse from Cain and
his posterity. (J.D. 2:142-43)

* * *

When the residue of the family of Adam come up and receive their blessings,
then the curse will be removed from the seed of Cain.... (J.D. 7:291)

* * *

When all the rest of the children have received their blessings in the Holy
Priesthood, then that curse will be removed from the seed of Cain. (J.D.
* * *

They never can hold the Priesthood or share in it until all the other
descendants of Adam have received the promises and enjoyed the blessings of
the Priesthood and the keys thereof. (J.D. 7:290)

* * *

The blessings which belonged to Abel, descended to his posterity; and until
the blessings of Abel's birthright are fully received, secured, and
realized, by his [Abel's] descendants, Cain and his posterity must wear the
mark which God put upon them. (Des. News, Apr. 3, 1852)


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