Assyria in the Middle East and Asia Minor were ruled by Igbo Kings called Nebuchadnezzar (Igbo language: N' ịbụ chi e du na-ezi ụzọ ọra, meaning, ‘you are the god that leads and shows the way to the people’.
Hebrew: Nebhukhadhnetztzar; Igbo language: N' ịbụ ọha ka ọha, e du ọha, na-atụzi atụ Eze ọra, meaning, ‘you are a leader greater than other leaders, that lead the people, and give advice as King of the people’;
Babylonian: Nabu-kudurri-usur; Igbo language: N' ịbụ ke-edu ọra iru usoro, meaning, ‘you are the one that lead the people forward on the path’). These Igbo leaders would be overthrown by ancestors of the White Greek/Turkic people. when the igbos lost their favors from TMH..
In the period attributed to c. 597 BCE, c. 587 BCE, and c. 582 BCE, respectively, the Igbo people followed the Igbo kings of Assyria to the place of their sanctuary in Igbo land. These Great Igbo leaders escaped to Igbo land mainly into the territory called Owerri, Owe eri, meaning ‘leaders from time immemorial’, which could also be read as Owe Eri, meaning ‘leaders from God the Ancient of Days’.
Other Igbo towns in the Owerri Province bear similar names which have been corrupted like Mbieri, Mba Eri, meaning ‘people of God the Ancient of Days’. Another corrupted name of a town is Mbaitoli, Mba e to Eli, meaning ‘people who praise God Most High’. The influence of these white men, Bekee (Igbo language: Bịa i ke meaning ‘came to bring division among the people’) who were the invaders that pursued them to the Promised Land of sanctuary, in the Owerri Province known in Roman times as Judea (Igbo language: Ya ode, meaning ‘where God resounds’, usually expressed in full as Ya ode n’igbo, meaning ‘God resounds in Igbo land’) could be felt to this day.
The practice by the invading forces was to exterminate the people and erase every trace of the Igbo language, and would be adopted by the Assyrians who were later known as the Hellenic Greeks, then the Romans and finally the British. These invasions would be accompanied by mass genocide of the Igbos, expulsion from their home lands especially in the area called Judea (Igbo language: Ya ode, meaning ‘where God resounds’), so as not to breed the future leaders of ‘light’ that will challenge their evil world order. At a point, the extermination was such that only the very old people remained.
The leaders who were also called the Judges (Igbo language: Ọha Owe Eri meaning, ‘the judges and leaders from time immemorial’) introduced the prize of Fertility Cow (Igbo language: i gbu ehi ukwu, meaning, ‘killing of the fertility cow’) when a woman had ten live births. The idea was to repopulate the decimated population of Owerri Province area called Judea, (Igbo language: Ya ode, meaning ‘where God resounds’).
The aim of the forces of evil was to kill all future Igbo leaders that brought civilization (Igbo language: ihe, meaning, ‘enlightenment’) to the whole world that ruled Europe, Asia, and the Americas. The rise of Jesus Christ, from Owerri as the King of the Jews raised this fear among Roman leaders and finally he was killed for fear that he will lead the ‘coming back’ of the Great Igbo people.
The Assyrians after the overthrow of Igbo kings of Assyria took the war to them in Judea.Following this ancient tradition, the Greek King Antiochus IV Epiphanes (215BC-164BC) of the Seleucid Empire, ruled from 175BC-164BC. He brought the war to Igbo land after the defeat of Igbo kings of Ancient Greece (Γραϊκή, Graïkē: Igbo language: ogo rị ike meaning ‘district of a strong people’). The White Hellenic Greeks would establish Mbarị (Igbo language: Mba rị, meaning ‘for the people to survive’) shrines with statues of the Greek emperor, his wife, and his child (still preserved to this day) in areas in Owerri Province.. In the centre of Owerri town in the area called Ikenegbu.
culled from: igbo mediators of yahweh culture
by , Dr Phillip Njemanze