Tuesday, December 12

The Awakening Network

Welcome to The Awakening Network. The network currently consists of 4 sites that all share the same goal of spreading the full truth of scripture. If you’re on a laptop or desktop computer, you will see the network feed on your right sidebar of the home page. If you’re using a smartphone or tablet, you’ll need to scroll further down the home page to see the network feed.

The network feed shows the latest additions to each of the sites in the network, without the need to visit them unless you want to view the content. If you prefer one or two of the sites over the others, each site has a separate subscription option, so you will only receive the content you prefer. For a summary of each site in the network, please read below. Sites are listed in alphabetical order.

Black Hebrewz

This site was created for the sole purpose of collecting and organizing all of the evidence that points to the Hebrews mentioned in scripture being black. There are no articles or doctrine on this site. Each piece of evidence has it’s own page, and is perfect for use in your research or if you just want to browse the evidence without any additional interpretation added.

Black History In The Bible

The most popular website in the network to date. BHITB explores the contributions, genealogy, history, and prophecies concerning black people in the Bible. Contrary to popular belief, the black presence in the Bible is very heavy, and several African nations played an integral part in the history and development of Israel as a nation.

Minister Fortson

This was the site that the entire network was built around. Minister Fortson.com covers a wide range of Biblical topics including angels, demons, nephilim giants, hybridization, sexuality, Biblical history, and more. If you’re looking for new areas of study, this site has it all.

The Awakening Study Bible

The Awakening Study Bible (TASB) is a 100% free community created online study Bible that leans heavily towards explaining the supernatural, ethnicity, genealogy, and historical evidence contained within and outside of the pages of scripture. This is a work in progress and you’re welcome to contribute to its creation.


Although sites within the network convey the belief that Israelites in the Bible were black, this network is not associated in any way with any BHI camp. This is an independent project. If you are interested in any information about any of the BHI camps, please see their website or social media page.

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