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Prohibition by Ancients to Mix or Associate in any way with Black Race of Cain

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From the apocryphal books of the Bible, Adam gives patriarchal instructions to his son, Seth (who took the place of Abel)--a portion of which were:
But now, O Seth, my son, place thyself at the head of thy people; tend them and watch over them in the fear of God; and lead them in the good way. Command them to fast unto God; and make them understand they ought not to hearken to Satan, lest he destroy them. Then, again, sever thy children and thy children's children from Cain's children; do not let them ever mix with those nor come near them either in their words or in their deeds. (Adam and Eve, 8:14-
Later "the Word of God" came to Seth and said to "But as to thy father Adam, keep thou the commandment he gave thee; and sever thy seed from that of Cain thy brother." Then it says that "After the death of Adam and of Eve, Seth severed his children, and his children's children from Cain's children." In one of Seth's teachings to his children he said: Make no fellowship with the children of Cain the murderer and the sinner, who killed his brother; for ye know, O my children, that we flee from him, and from all his sin with all our might because he killed his brother Abel. (Adam and Eve, 12:11) Further explanation stated that "among the children of Cain, there was much robbery, murder, and sin." Enos also gave the same law of segregation to his children by telling them to "make no fellowship with the children of Cain." Later Mahalaleel stood over his people "and watched them to see that they held no intercourse with the children of Cain." The Segregation of Israel, Ogden Kraut" The Segregation of Israel, Ogden Kraut 

Daniel writes of "the beast" wearing out the Saints of the Most High--Mormons--seeking to change times and laws, foolish Gentiles!
See Isaiah 24: 5-6