AfriGeneas Caribbean Research Forum
Re: [CARIB] looking for familly binns
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There were Binns in Jamaica and north America and England. The Binns were ancient Africans in England, They ruled ancient England, in history books, they were called the Moors. The Moors were in Europe before the whiteman. The whiteman was still living around the baltics and russia area, many white nations lived in the caucas mountains. This is why they call themselves caucasian, indicating the place, where many of them derived. Europe got its name from africa. There was an ancient Khem princess name yaruba and she was stolen and taken to an area around the baltics and she and her descendents ruled and her descendents went west. thus, eventually the area was known as yaruba, in transliteration this place is now called Europe. A corrupt spelling of yaruba. Ancient Khem is Egypt. Egypt name was Khem. Khem means Black. Khem was a african man, and the ancient land was named after him. Thus, the proper name of Egypt is Khem. Habeshet, this is ethiopia, had colonies around the world in the ladder days and the Binns derived from a line of Black prince. This is why when you look at a Binns, family crest, the mans face is black, his lips are thick, and his nose is thick and he has a scarf tie around his head, this is indicating that he is a prince, in the ancient of days this is how the ethiopians prince dress, you will witness this on their ancient coins and other items. During invasions of the mongals and other asian invaders that went into russia and the baltics driving the whiteman out of their lands, the whiteman ended up in yaruba(europe)and settled in the lands as time moved on. the africans had white slaves and these slaves took their masters names. Some of the white slaves of Binn moved up in position and status in african kingdoms of yaruba(europe) and intermarriage took place, eventually, the mullato binns married pure white people and in appeareance they started looking just white. Because these white Binns history remains hidden from them, the historians will tell you that binns is an anglo-saxon name, and it is not it is an african name. thus, binns derivitive is african.