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Ancient Egypt’s Role in European History

The salient reality is that no one can deny the historical truism that the Greeks (the world’s first Europeans) went to ancient Kemet to study at the Temple of Waset (later called Thebes by the Greeks and Luxor by the Arabs).

In his magnum opus, A Lost Tradition: African Philosophy in World History, (1995) Dr. Theophile Obenga quotes Aristotle ranking Egypt as “the most ancient archeological reserve in the world” and “that is how the Egyptians, whom we (Greeks) considered as the most ancient of the human race” (p. 45).

According to Dr. Obenga: “the ancient Greeks traced all human inventions to the Egyptians, from Calculus, Geometry, Astronomy and Dice Games to Writing…Since the time of Homer, Egyptian antiquity functioned strictly as a highly memorialized component of Greek history. Herodotus said it, Plato confirmed it, and Aristotle never denied it.” (p. 47). Indeed, in their book, A History of the Modern World (1984), R. R. Palmer and Joel Colton, corroborate this historical truism by contending that:

Europeans were by no means the pioneer of human civilization. Half of man’s recorded history had passed before anyone in Europe could read or write. The priests of Egypt began to keep written records between 4000 and 3000 B.C., but more than two thousand years later, the poems of Homer were still being circulated in the Greek city-states by word of mouth. Shortly after 3000 B.C., while the pharaohs were building the first pyramids, Europeans were creating nothing more distinguished than huge garbage heaps…
— Read on www.africaspeaks.com/reasoning/index.php


Hatshepsut (1479-1458 BCE) was the first female ruler of ancient Egypt to reign as a male with the full authority of pharaoh. Her name means “Foremost of Noble Women” or “She is First Among Noble Women”.  She began her reign as regent to her stepson Thuthmose III (1458-1425 BCE) who would succeed her and, initially, ruled as a woman as depicted in statuary. In around the seventh year of her reign, however, she chose to be depicted as a male pharaoh in statuary and reliefs though still referring to herself as female in her inscriptions. She was the fifth pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty during the period known as the New Kingdom (1570-1069 BCE) and regarded as one of the best.

Although she is sometimes cited as the first female ruler of Egypt, or the only one, there were women who reigned before her such as Merneith (c. 3000 BCE) in the Early Dynastic Period (probably as regent) and Sobeknefru (c. 1807-1802 BCE) in the Middle Kingdom and Twosret (1191-1190 BCE) after her toward the end of the 19th Dynasty. Hatshepsut, though not the first or last, is undoubtedly the best known female ruler of ancient Egypt after Cleopatra VII (c. 69-30 BCE) and one of the most successful monarchs in Egyptian history…
— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/www.ancient.eu/amp/1-743/


This is an excerpt from chapter 5 of my book entitled, Identity – Lost in the Tears of Cretins. Melanated Truths PART II is the last portion of a two part series outlining the melanated facets of science and history, then justified with Biblical Scriptures. Melanated Truths PART II will relinquish all doubts that the Ancient Egyptians, Moses, Joseph and Jesus knew and blended with were all black melanated people.

Africa is known as the mother land because it gave birth to the human race. However, Israel solidified that aspect of Africa throughout biblical history. Whenever a child becomes hurt or scared it will naturally run to its mother for nurturing, healing and protection. Whenever Israel would suffer famines and persecution, they would run to Africa, most notably Egypt.

Egypt’s consistent catalytic role in the lives of the Hebrews is why it’s a stronghold of Eurocentric domination. YES, we know about the story of Joseph in the house of Pharaoh. YES, we know about the story of Moses in the house of Pharaoh. However, some very key aspects pertaining to the imagery associated with these stories don’t quite resonate due to Eurocentric domination.

That Eurocentric Domination means Caucasoid features are over-represented in media pertaining to Egypt.

Now because white history is so brief; that over-representation easily turns into mis-representation when ancient artifacts designed in the likeness of melanated people get mutilated to perpetuate Eurocentric dominance.

Ancient Egyptian statues of governing figures shown through mass media all seem to be mutilated in the same fashion. They’re all missing noses and no matter how intact the Ancient Egyptian artifact remains, the missing facial feature(s) is usually attributed to time, erosion or ignored altogether. However, the mutilation is too consistent to deem it a coincidence.

Above is an old photo that showcases the rarity of two Ancient Egyptian statues with fully intact noses. With the noses still intact we can plainly see that they resemble the people we refer to as sub-Saharan Africans or Africoid people. Also, with the noses intact we can plainly see that they don’t resemble the current Arab inhabitants of the region as well.

The truth of the matter is that the Arabs that inhabit northern Africa are the bastardized products of Greco-Roman and European conquests.  This is why the Arabs we commonly see today will admit that they’re a mixture of black and white.

Caucasoid conquests have always followed the agenda of, kill the man, rape the woman, and allot special priviledges and governing power to the bastard seed.  If the leader of the conquered nation comes from the seed of the conquering nation then he’ll perpetuate the subservience of the conquered nation unto the conquering nation.  The indigenous people will seek to mix with the bastard seed to partake in the privileges allotted to them.  This creates a type of classism based on complexion, where lighter skin is more desireable while darker skin gets shunned out of society.  This explains the appearance of the Arabs we commonly see today, and it explains why the Egyptians we see today don’t represent the Egyptians of ancient times.

The Egyptians that Joseph and Moses knew were shunned out of society after the Caucasoid conquests.  Even the concept of blackness was shunned out of society as well.


Egypt was originally known as Kemet, which means, the black lands.  The name was inspired by the abundance of the Nile which caused the land around it to become black and muddy.  black represented abundance and richness in that day.


Just south of the Egyptian border lies a country by the name of Sudan which is short for Bilad -al- Sudan, which means Land of Blacks. This name was given to the region by Arabic historians; it was a term used to describe the people that inhabited the region.

Even today, the inhabitants of Sudan are some of the darkest people on the face of the earth. They are indigenous to that region, meaning that they are the original inhabitants and it belonged to no other known group of people before them. Now if the Arabs we commonly see representing Egypt today are the bastard products of Caucasoid conquests proceeding the Greco-Roman era, then it’s safe to say that some of the original Egyptians looked like…


Sudan also has twice as many pyramids as current day Egypt because Sudan was also part of Ancient Egypt when it was known as Kemet.

The Sudanese people are the descendants of the pharaohs that sat on the thrones of Ancient Egypt..
— Read on www.theblackhebrewnation.com/jews_are_black.php

World’s “Darkest Baby”…

Our world is said to be filled with humans who have the same features and characters no matter the color of the trait, but the fact is that there are some human beings that come to this world with distinguishing features that separate them from the rest of us to be unique.

And not only that but their wondrous features assign the world to make news out of them every day.

Some years back, in 2013, a face of a newborn baby with a dark complexion, extremely black, was published all over front pages of world newspapers and it went viral on the internet, especially through social media.

— Read on www.ghpage.com/world-darkest-baby-turned-amazing-4-years/

Black is Beautiful! See the Super-Dark Model Who Has Caused a Stir Online With Her Viral Photos

Black is Beautiful! This is the model who has become an online sensation because of the color of her skin.

Her name is Lolita and its a shame that she calls herself the black Hannah Montana.

The young lady has a skin that is so dark that many people have compared it to charcoal.

Lolita is widely regarded to one of the world’s darkest models.

However, the young model has caught people’s fancy by her refusal to bleach her skin fair after declaring that “black is beautiful”

— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/howafrica.com/black-is-beautiful-see-the-super-dark-model-who-has-caused-a-stir-online-with-her-viral-photos/?amp

Samaria Rice to Open Tamir Rice Cultural Center in Cleveland in 2019

Samaria Rice plans to open a cultural center in honor of her son Tamir Rice who was killed by police in 2014. Samaria Rice purchased a building in the St. Clair Avenue neighborhood for the future arts and mentoring safe place for kids that she will name the Tamir Rice Afrocentric Cultural Center… I hope their able to implement real programs that really help our poc youth prosper!!!
— Read on goodblacknews.org/2018/05/20/samaria-rice-to-open-tamir-rice-cultural-center-in-cleveland-in-2019/amp/

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