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I write to them and this is what I get.



        Muzzy: "Dear Chris Merrick
                    Box 61 Station A
                    Hamilton, Ontario
                    Canada L8N 3A2

                    Was Jesus black?"

      Chris:  "Sorry to take so long to reply. I've tried in vain to find material needed
                  to answer your question. I'm out of my depth when it comes to such
                  subjects. The enclosed material includes what little the Catholic
                  Encyclopedia says on the subject and what Anne Catherine Emerich
                  saw in her revelations (taken from volume 1 of the 4 volumes of
                  'Life of Christ). Sorry I cannot be of more help."

      The Catholic Encyclopedia list the descent of Adam from the"white races
      to the yellow races to the black races."

      Anne Catherine Emerich; The Life of Christ:

                "I saw the cursing of Cham. I saw the curse pronounced by Noe
                upon Cham. His skin lost its whiteness, he grew darker. It was
                like sin forcibly entered the Ark. I saw the most corrupt race
                descend from Cham and sink deeper and deeper in darkness.
                Their color is due, not to the rays of the sun, but to the dark
                source whence those degraded races sprang."

      All of which is counter to Father Gregor Mendel's Law of heredity
      transmission which states lighter pigmentation comes from darker dominant
      skin cells. This implies the first parents were black.


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