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    Bible’s Ham Lo Han in Miao Tribe’s Ancient Recitation Indicates Han Province Named for Son of Noah

    For almost four millennia, the people of the Miao tribe (now of southern China) have recited their lineage all the way back to the first man named Dirt, and one of the sons of Nuah in the recitation is Lo Han, along with Lo Shen and Jahphu (progenitor of the Miao), so it seems clear that the Han province of China is named for Noah’s son Ham. The recitation of the Miao indicates that about ten generations after Gomen (biblical Gomer), son of Jahphu (Japheth), the great Seageweng had eleven children, five of whom joined the Chinese (named for Sin a grandson of Ham), and six who became the tribes of the Miao.

     

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