Chapter 39. The Kadmonim and Aryans of Persia

The Sumerian Ari were a deified race of kings renowned as the “Shining Ones,” depicted as a race of great stature/height on seals. The Sumerian Ari were the Ariazantus, “Men of the Aryan Race,” celebrated as the second great caste of the Medes, also known to the Greeks as the Arizante. Achaemenids were a distinct dark-haired race with dynastic patronymically named kings, Aryans, who led the “sons/children of the east.” Persia/Parac is defined biblically as pure, splendid, and a people of the east. King Ahasuerus’ empire stretched from India to Ethiopia.

Ahasuerus’ name, ‘Achashverows, descends from Achaemenes, the patronymic title for Achaemenid/Persian royals, and the legendary patriarch of the Persian dynasty. Herodotus accounted Achaemenes as the father of Teispes, father of Cambyses, father of Cyrus. ‘Achashdarpan wastranslated as “princes” in the KJV; “satrap,” in other translations, was another royal title assigned in the empire to provincial vassal kings, princes, and governors.

Just as Kenim were categorized as an oriental tribe, the Kadmonites/Qadmoniy of Genesis 15’s mighty ten were defined as easterners, oriental, Aboriginals, ancients, and from old in the east. The singular Qadmowniy also means they that went before in the east, and ancient(s) in the east. Similarly, Kamiel/Qadmiy’el, the name of three Israelites, is defined as before, or in the presence of God, and God is the ancient One. Qadmown means east, and appears to be the source word Qadnowniy; Qadmown derives from Qadam, meaning to be in front, before, and confront. The term “oriental” and the “people of the east” was a collective phrase to describe peoples dwelling east of the Jordan River and east of the Euphrates River, and which signified ancient and/or races of the earliest origin after the flood, giants Nimrod battled. Ergo, the Kadmonim were an ancient tribe/clan of eastern giants from the Euphrates River and beyond, part of the original mighty ten, and likely Persian/Parac Aryans.

Unger’s and Easton’s Bible dictionariesconcluded Kadmonites were the unnamed “sons/children of the east,” the ben-Qedam recorded in the book of Judges; a people allied with Midianites and Amalekites east of the Jordan River who fought to destroy Israel. The “children of the east” were the biblical accounting for Persians and Rephaim.

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