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Author Jeremy Shorter releases his groundbreaking publication The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain Sight. The informative new book takes a historic and analytical approach to the heritage of the so called Negros of America and the 12 tribes in the bible. The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain sight is a bold and innovative addition to the world of literature, providing a fresh perspective on the identity of the Biblical Hebrew Israelites. The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain Sight features captivating content of a rich heritage that has been hidden from the masses. Writer Jeremy Shorter presents the unfolding of his self-discovery journey which leads back to the Old Testament times.

After graduating from high school in 2008 The Atlanta born film professional allowed his curiosity of understanding his true roots get the better of him. Once careful research conveyed that his heritage had links to the ancient Biblical Hebrew Israelites his studies began to progress and Jeremy went onto develop his website Israelites Unite. The enthusiasm for his findings led to the eventual publication of his anticipated new book. Jeremy reveals:

“My motive for writing this book is to enlighten the truth about the history and heritage of the so called Negroes of America and the 12 Tribes who are scattered throughout the world. Our true and rich heritage that has been hidden from us throughout generation to generation, which has been suppressed by the school system, religious intuitions, scholars, and many more to keep our people from knowing their true Nationality.”

The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain Sight was birthed by a genuine passion to unlock empowering knowledge to his own people about their true historic identification. By examining the biblical background of the so called Negros of America and the 12 tribes Jeremy Shorter’s new release equips readers to understand who they are, where they have come from and how they can move forward as a people.

The book features seven intriguing chapters of historic analysis which begins with the introduction as A History Book of the so called Negros of America and the 12 tribes. The following chapters uncover interesting explorations into who the Hebrew Israelites actually are, while investigating the Abrahamic Covenant, the Esau and Jacob story as well as examining the actual race of the Israelites. Other topics covered include The Curse, Religion, The Most High Chosen People, The Jewish People and Duty of the Chosen People.

The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain Sight offers a detailed insight into a compelling biblical past of the so called Negros of America and the 12 tribes. The book seeks to educate and inform the masses with a startling message set to re-position its readers to operate as a mighty and powerful nation as God’s chosen people. The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain Sights available to purchase now.

For review copies, author interviews, and further information, please contact Jeremy Shorter at:

Tel: (770) 873-1767

Email: info@jeremyshorter.net

www.jeremyshorter.net

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