Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie Speaks at the DuSable Museum in Chicago Hosted by the Queen of Sheba Historical Research Foundation | Prince Ermias presents his family’s ancient legacies that are linked to the Solomonic Dynasty and the Throne of David in Ethiopia.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 20, 2014
The Queen of Sheba Historical Research Foundation is ushering in a new historical narrative which focuses on African people’s ancient royal origins that are historically linked to KUSH (ancient Ethiopia spelled “Cush” in Genesis 2:13) — the world’s oldest civilization where science and religion, according to the mtDNA Out of Africa Model, met and gave birth to “first modern man” who were Great Kings and Queens who built more pyramids and great temples in ancient Ethiopia (KUSH) than in KMT (Egypt).
“Such a narrative will inspire a higher cultural identity for our youth than a story founded solely upon slavery in America,” says Wolette Selassie, president of the Chicago office of the Queen of Sheba Foundation, “We want to inspire our youth to seek careers in ancient archeology and advance sciences so that they can help preserve our history for another 2,000 years and beyond.”
The Queen of Sheba has conducted 40 years of investigative research which historically and biblically links Prince Ermias’ royal lineage to Cush of Gen. 2:13 and the royal Throne of David in Ethiopia. “The Queen of Sheba can now answer the question of why the African presence is missing in the Bible,” said Wolette Selassie who urges parents, teachers, and pastors to come out and bring their children to learn about and reconnect to this forgotten part of our history.
With this motivation in mind, the Queen of Sheba will be hosting His Highness Prince Ermias Sahle Selassie, grandson of King Haile Selassie I, during his first-ever visit to Chicago from June 27 – June 30, 2014. Like his grandfather before him, Prince Ermias seeks to renew mutual bonds of friendship and brotherly love with civic, business, and religious leaders in the black community.
On Sunday, June 29, 2014, at the DuSable Museum, Prince Ermias will deliver an enlightening presentation on his family’s ancient biblical legacies that include excerpts from his presentation made at The Library of Congress in in Washington, DC in Year 2010, entitled, “The Origins of the Solomonic Dynasty and the Throne of David in Ethiopia.” The event is free to the public.
Queen of Sheba is presenting this historic event in partnership with The DuSable Museum of African-American History, The Chicago Defender Newspaper, WVON Radio, Ethiopian Diamond Restaurant, Frontline Books and The Ethiopian Holocaust Remembrance Committee.
Prince Ermias’ visit occurs during two historic anniversaries: the 60th anniversary of King Haile Selassie I’s 1954 visit; and the 78th anniversary of Prince Lij Zaphiro’s 1936 visit to garner support for Ethiopia during the fascist genocide of the Ethiopian people from 1935-1941.
About the Queen of Sheba:
The mission of the Queen of Sheba Research Foundation, Inc. is to educate the public about the impact of African Nile Valley civilizations on ancient and modern society as a means to facilitate maximum intellectual and cultural exchange between America and Africa.