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About Jobab / יובב ., clanfather and patriarch of the Chou Dynasty

Genesis 10:29

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    Jobab (Jehovah to hold) 2206
   Jobab is the clanfather and patriarch of the Chou Dynasty.
   Their history is as follows: The descendants of Joktan,
   father of Jobab, are said to be found in the mountainous
   areas to the east in the Elburzats Mountains. The Shemite
   tribe of Jobab originally finds its home in the Tigris
   River area, near the city of Calah, in ancient bible times.
   The descendants of the tribe of Jobab migrated to the east
   and were absorbed or sinocized into the Han or Chinese race
   of people sometime after the year 2,185 B.C.
   The main lineage of Jobab remained in the Middle East as
   clan cousins were swept into China by the band of Nimrod.
   These people were accompanied by descendants of Mede and
   other descendants of Shem (Shan). To escape sinocization,
   they fled into an area now known as Tibet, escaping the
   traveling hoards migrating into China. When the Medes
   migrated north, back to what was their original homeland
   (south of the Caspian Sea), the Chou migrated into China
   to join their blood cousins, of the Shang Dynasty, who
   were by then well-established in China.
   -------------
   The Tribe of Jobab migrates to China in abt 1800 BC.
   The Lineage of Jobab remained in the Middle East, while his clan cousins were swept into China by the band of Nimrod. The clan of Jobab which was accompanied by many Shemite people including the Medes, fled into Tibet (where many Chou people still reside today), and when the Medes migrated north, back to their original homelands, just south/beneath the Caspian sea, the Chou migrated into China to to join their blood cousins, the Shang, who by now were well established in China. Jesharelah lived during this time and was then the Patriarch of the Chou. Many stories were written about him, due to this, and preserved by a Hamite-Shemite population of people. While in China, Jesharelah takes/is given the Chinese name "Hou Chi" which means holder or possessor
   of the mandate/faith of Jahovah God. Ian, the Mede, becomes "Yan" and all Medes in China acquire the Chinese family surname of Chiang
   The Tribe of Jobab migrates to China in abt 1800 BC.
   The Lineage of Jobab remained in the Middle East, while his clan cousins were swept into China by the band of Nimrod. The clan of Jobab which was accompanied by many Shemite people including the Medes, fled into Tibet (where many Chou people still reside today), and when the Medes migrated north, back to their original homelands, just south/beneath the Caspian sea, the Chou migrated into China to join their blood cousins, the Shang, who by now were well established in China. Jesharelah lived during this time and was then the Patriarch of the Chou. Many stories were written about him, due to this, and preserved by a Hamite-Shemite population of people. While in China, Jesharelah takes/is given the Chinese name "Hou Chi" which means holder or Possessor of the mandate/faith of Jahovah God. Ian, the Mede, becomes "Yan" and all Medes in China acquire the Chinese family surname of Chiang. Jobab (Jehovah to hold) 2206
   Jobab is the clanfather and patriarch of the Chou Dynasty.
   Their history is as follows: The descendants of Joktan,
   father of Jobab, are said to be found in the mountainous
   areas to the east in the Elburzats Mountains. The Shemite
   tribe of Jobab originally finds its home in the Tigris
   River area, near the city of Calah, in ancient bible times.
   The descendants of the tribe of Jobab migrated to the east
   and were absorbed or sinocized into the Han or Chinese race
   of people sometime after the year 2,185 B.C.
   The main lineage of Jobab remained in the Middle East as
   clan cousins were swept into China by the band of Nimrod.
   These people were accompanied by descendants of Mede and
   other descendants of Shem (Shan). To escape sinocization,
   they fled into an area now known as Tibet, escaping the
   traveling hoards migrating into China. When the Medes
   migrated north, back to what was their original homeland
   (south of the Caspian Sea), the Chou migrated into China
   to join their blood cousins, of the Shang Dynasty, who
   were by then well-established in China.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 Birth: in of Tehamar Death:

Father: Joktan

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children

   Has Children T'ang (T'ien I, Ch'eng T'ang) Ta I
   Has Children Hoshaiah
   Has No Children T'ang (T'ien I, Ch'eng T'ang) Ta I
   Has No Children Hoshaiah
   Has No Children Aridah
   Has Children Adinah

Sources:

   Abbrev: Bible
   Title: Bible
   Page: Gen. 10:29. 1 Chr. 1:23.
   Abbrev: Internet, television, etc.
   Title: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
   Page: http://www.idis.com/ChouOnline/geneadm2.txt.
   Abbrev: Internet, television, etc.
   Title: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
   Page: http://www.idis.com/ChouOnline/geneadm2.txt
   Abbrev: Bible
   Title: Bible
   Page: Gen. 10:29. 1 Chr. 1:23.
   Quality: 2
   Abbrev: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
   Title: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
   Page: http://www.idis.com/ChouOnline/geneadm2.txt
   Abbrev: Genesis of the Grail Kings
   Title: Genesis of the Grail Kings, The Pendragon Legacy of Adam and Eve, by Laurence Gardner
   Page: Page 244/245.