Sunday, January 29, 2017

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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Origins of Amun Ra




Origins of Amun Ra

Atum was actually the first Ancient Egyptian god to be worshiped in Iunu or Lower Egypt, Atum is a creator. He is responsible for creating the deities .Amun or Amun Ra combined later came along and was represented as the main deity. He was the main deity of Per-Tem ("house of Atum") in Pithom in the eastern Delta.
2400 to 2000 B. C. was the beginning of the, Middle Kingdom. This period is represented by the rise of Thebes, with its magnificent temples and its introduction of mysteries. A new deity Amen-Ra, god of Thebes presides. It had been thought that Amen was not one of the gods of Egypt until this 11th Dynasty, but when the pyramids of the 5th and 6th Dynasties were opened Amen was there. The Pharaohs claimed to be literal and lineally descended from Amen-Ra. This was implicitly believed by their subjects. Let us seek to trace who Amen-Ra was. He was originally the god of Ethiopia. Amen-Ra was Cush, the son of Ham from whom the Cushites sprang. He was not one of the oldest deities of Egypt because he was preceeded by the gods of the ages of Noah (Saturn) and Ham. About the time of the rise of Thebes his name from his worldwide conquests must have been entered into the cycle of gods; for Africans deified their dead kings. Undoubtedly descendants of the great Cush sat upon the throne of Egypt This is why his name and form appear in the 11th Dynasty and its line of kings assumed his name.
His became the predominent shrine of Egypt and its enrichment became the chief object of the Pharaohs. Amen or Cush was recognized by Egypt as its chief god. All the mummery of the world which tries to resolve the gods of old into anything else presents the height of folly.




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Egyptians skin color told from the mouths of tribes that were around during Egypts dynasties.


Egyptians skin color told from the mouths of tribes that were around during Egypts dynasties.

Lets examine the Shelluk tribe. They are from the Nilotic family, which is a very ancient tribe. They could even be, way older than Egyptians. They are related to The Dinka, which is the tribe of the famous basketball player Manute Bol. They can be traced back to around 7000bc, as hunter gathers in the area of Egypt, long before Egypt was established as a dynasty.

The Shelluk creation story quotes In the land of the whites
he found a pure white earth or sand,
and out of it he shaped white people. Ok so that clearly colors white people the same color as white sand, which is accurate. Lets note that Egyptians called Arabs white also, so just take that as a general note.


Then when talking about Egyptians they describe them as so.......Then he came to the land of
Egypt and out of the mud
of the nile he made red or brown people. Ok so it clearly describes them as the color of reddish brown mud, which is completely accurate from their drawings, and it distinctly separates them from Whites and Arabs

Shelluk tribe full creation story

In the land of the whites
he found a pure white earth or sand,
and out of it he shaped white people. Then he came to the land of
Egypt and out of the mud
of the nile he made red or brown people. Lastly, he came to the land of the Shilluks, and finding there
black earth he created black people out of it. The creator of Juok moulded all
people of the earth.While he was
engaged in the work of creation,
he wandered about the world. The way he modeled humans beings was this. He took a lump of earth and said to him self "I will make humans, but they must be able to walk and run and go into fields so i'll give them two legs, like the flamingo." Then he thought again,
"They must be able to Cultivate millets, so i will give each
of them two arms, one to hold the hoe
and the other to tear up weeds." So he
gave human two arms. Then he thought again,
"They must be able to see the
millet, so i will give them two eyes." Next he thought to himself, "They
must be about to eat their millet, so i will give each a mouth." Then he thought to himself,
"They must be able to dance and speak and sing and shout, and for these purposes they must have tongues." So he gave accordingly. Lastly, the deity said to himself,
"They must be able to hear the
noise of the dance and the speech of the great ones, so for that they need two ears." So two ears he gave, and sent them out into the world as perfect humans


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Friday, January 27, 2017

How was Egypt black, but Arab now?......lets look at DNA

How was Egypt black, but Arab now?......lets look at DNA
Evolution in 1972 and 1980. They measured two samples consisting of 26 individuals from the pre-dynastic, 12the dynasty and 18th dynasty mummies. They produced a mean index of 66.50. The overall average of all four sets of ancient Egyptian hair samples was 60.02 - African.
Many of today’s Egyptians are not necessarily representative of Ancients due to outside migration and admixture from European/Arab sources, particularly in Lower Egypt. Some Coptic claims to be pharanoic descendants not supported by DNA studies or cultural history showing heavy Arabization since 900 AD
Modern Copt genetic profile shows substantial Middle Eastern and European elements: [quote:]
"Haplogroups A, B, and E occur mainly in Nilo-Saharan speaking groups including Nilotics, Fur, Borgu, and Masalit; whereas haplogroups F, I, J, K, and R are more frequent among Afro-Asiatic speaking groups including Arabs, Beja, Copts, and Hausa, and Niger-Congo speakers from the Fulani ethnic group.. The bulk of genetic diversity appears to be a consequence of recent migrations and demographic events mainly from Asia and Europe, evident in a higher migration rate for speakers of Afro-Asiatic as compared with the Nilo-Saharan family of languages, and a generally higher effective population size for the former...
The relatively high-effective population size of the Copts is unlikely to have been influenced by their recent history in the Sudan. The current communities are known to be largely the product of recent migrations from Egypt over the past two centuries..“
---Hassan et al. 2008. Y-chromosome variation.." Am J. Phy An. v137,3. 316-323
Sub-Saharan DNA B-M60 in Sudan may indicate a link with ancient Egypt:
[quote:] "The Copt samples displayed a most interesting Y-profile, enough (as much as that of Gaalien in Sudan) to suggest that they actually represent a living record of the peopling of Egypt. The significant frequency of B-M60 in this group might be a relic of a history of colonization of southern Egypt probably by Nilotics in the early state formation,..
--Hassan 2008
Modern Egyptian population not necessarily representative of the ancients
:
"Cosmopolitan northern Egypt is less likely to have
a population representative of the core indigenous
population of the most ancient times“
– Keita 2005. History in Africa, 2005, 32(1).221-246
"Outside influence and admixture with extraregional groups primarily occurred in Lower Egypt—perhaps during
the later dynastic, but especially in Ptolmaic and Roman times (also Irish, 2006).”
-Irish 2009. Dental_affinities_of_the_C-group_inhabitants.. Ec Hi Rev



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Thursday, January 26, 2017

DNA proves Hannibal Barca was Black



Hannibal Barca was Black, and I come with evidence
Ok so lets break down this whole Hannibal Carthage deal. We know that early habitation in the North African region by hominids has been found stretching back one or two million years. When I say Hominid I mean Black Hominids AKA Homo Erectus. So they went from Homo Erectus which was 200,000 back to habitation in that part of Africa around 10,000bc. The last Ice Age was around 20,000bc. You had Garmatacians in the area, multiple Berber tribes. The Mende were scattered all over that area, and traveled that way through passage to Greece. Then a group called the Baufers were in that area.
In Phonecia they already had 2 prior migrations of Africans to that area. One was the first farmer group in The Nautufians and second were the Nubian migrants of Canaan. So the fact that Phonicia was Canaan and they migrated back into Africa, always blows my mind away to why they wouldn’t be black. Of course the people there are a whole another different race, and of course they want to make claim to Hannibal. The only problem is that you have to explain a 10,000 year history of Black people in that area.
Not only do we have all of this evidence, but the fact that they spoke African language, and had African religion is a dead giveaway. They also had their version of an Egyptian Ankh, that’s an Egyptian religious cross, if you didn’t know. (I have those images included) They also used Ethiopian symbols on coins. When they later migrated back to Africa. They mixed in Berber religion with their own Canaan/Phoenician religion . Berber religion is almost identical to Egyptian religion.
Last but not least, they have found fossils, and completed the same test that they conducted when determining if the Egyptians were a black race or not. They completed limb proportion test and skull measurments. If you don’t know, Negro skulls are longer than anyone else. We also have square jawlines that are always present. I also have the research that was completed as proof. Click on the link below for more details on the test that were completed to prove the ethnic background of Carthage.



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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Dravidian & Tramil first migrations out of Africa






The Dravidian and Tamil were Ethiopian migrants out of Africa, that migrated 60,000 years ago in India and the Middle East.
Facts about Tamil and Africa
1. Korean has atleats 1000 tamil words. Its quiet impossible traders to force population to learn new language. It has tamil speaking feel.
2. Japanese as well sound tamil but not as much as korean because korean have direct tamil words in them
3. Half the english words are tamil and greek , latin.
4. Cameroon speak some Tamil in its language.
5. Basque / Berber (tamazight) has many tamil root words.
7. Australian aborigines and papua guinea has tamil names.
8. Mayans has same science that tamils were famous for before advent of Hinduism
9. Egyptian and Berberic Tamajight languages have many connections
10. Dravidians migrated 60,000 years ago
Now this is all African based do to Tamil being migrants from Ethiopia
Naga won central India from the Villavar (bowmen) and Minavar (fishermen).
Ethiopians have had very intimate relations with Indians. In fact, in antiquity the Ethiopians ruled much of India. These Ethiopians were called the Naga. It was the Naga who created Sanskrit.
The Tamil knew them as warlike people who used the bow and noose.
The earliest mention of the Naga, appear in the Ramayana , they are also mentioned in the Mahabharata. In the Mahabharata we discover that the
Naga had the capital city in the Dekkan, and other cities spread between the Jumna and Ganges as early as 1300 BC. The Dravidian classic, the Chilappathikaran made it clear that the first great kingdom of India was
Naganadu.
The Naga probably came from Kush-Punt/Ethiopia. The Puntites were the greatest sailors of the ancient world. In the Egyptian inscriptions there is mention of the Puntite ports of Outculit, Hamesu and Tekaru, which corresponds to Adulis, Hamasen and Tigre.
In Sumerian text, it is claimed that the Puntites traded with the people of the Indus Valley or Dilmun. According to S.N. Kramer in The Sumerians, part of Punt was probably called Meluhha, and Dilmun was probably the ancient name of the Indus Valley.
Ancient Ethiopian traditions support the rule of Puntites or Ethiopians of India. In the Kebra Nagast, we find mention of the Arwe kings who ruled India. The founder of the dynasty was Za Besi Angabo. This dynasty according to the Kebra Nagast began around 1370 BC. These rulers of India and Ethiopia were called Nagas. The Kebra Nagast claims that ” Queen Makeda “had servants and merchants; they traded for her at sea and on land in the Indies and Aswan”. It also says that her son Ebna Hakim or Menelik I, made a campaign in the Indian Sea; the king of India made gifts and donations and prostrated himself before him”. It is also said that Menalik ruled an empire that extended from the rivers of Egypt (Blue Nile) to the west and from the south Shoa to eastern India”, according to the Kebra
Nagast. The Kebra Nagast identification of an eastern Indian empre ruled by
the Naga, corresponds to the Naga colonies in the Dekkan, and on the East
coast between the Kaviri and Vaigai rivers.
The major Naga tribes were the Maravar, Eyinar, Oliyar, Oviyar, Aru-Valur and Parathavar
William Jones, explained that the Ethiopian origin of Sanskrit was supported by the fact that both writing systems the writing went from left to right and the vowels
were annexed to the consonants.
it is interesting to note that Sanskrit vowels: a,aa,’,I,u,e,o, virama etc., are in the same order as Geez.
Kumarinadu
The Naga or Ethiopians were defeated by Dravidian speaking people from Kumarinadu. Kamarinadu is suppose to have formerly existed as a large Island in the India ocean which connected India with East Africa. This landmass is mentioned in the Silappadikaram, which said that Kamarinadu was made up of seven nadus or regions. The Dravidian scholars Adiyarkunallar and Nachinaar wrote about the ancient principalities of Tamilaham, which existed on Kamarinadu.
Kumarinadu was ruled by the Pandyans/Pandians at Madurai before it
sunk beneath the sea. The greatest king of Kumarinadu was Sengoon.
According to Dravidian scholars the Pandyans worshipped the goddess Kumari Amman. This Amman, probably corresponds to the ancient god Amon of the Kushites.
The Kalittokai 104, makes it clear that after the Pandyans were forced to migrate off their Island home into South India, “to compensate for the area lost to the great waves of the sea, King Pandia without tiresome moved to the other countries and won them. Removing the emblems of tiger (Cholas) and bow (Cheras) he, in their place inscribed his reputed emblem fish (Pandia’s) and valiantly made his enemies bow to him”.
Religion
They have many Hindu Gods placed in the religion and also an Ethiopian inspiration.
The Hindu Puranas speak of the Cushites going to India before they went to Egypt, proving Hindu civilization coeval with that of Chaldea and the country of the Nile. These ancients record that the Egyptians were a colony drawn out from Cusha-Dwipa and that the Palli, another colony that made the Phoenicians followed them from the land of Cush. In those primitive days, the central seat of Ethiopia was not the Meroe of our day, which is very ancient, but a kingdom that preceeded it by many ages; that was called Meru. Lenormant spoke of the first men of the ancient world as "Men of Meru." Sanskrit writers called Indra, chief god of the Hindu, king of Meru. He was deified and became the chief representative of the supreme being. Thus was primitive India settled by colonists from Ethiopia. Early writers said there was very little difference in the color or features of the people of the two countries.


Sunday, January 15, 2017

Importance of African religion explained




Importance of African religion explained
Learning African religion is very important. It gives you insight into how early Africans delt with living in a much different environment. I have to say Africans very much so earned their right to that continent. Note that when most of the religions I listed started it was a totally different landscape then today. These people were still getting to learn about some of the wild animals in the area, that they had to co-exist with, and many of the animals of yesteryear, are extinct. When the Sahara formed it created many problems. Some say the Earths axis shift, caused more concentrated heat to the area, transforming fertile land into a desert. Theres many theories, but may I add, that most of the land around that area at the time was marsh like areas, due to the Polar Ice Caps melting. So Africans had to travel by papyrus boats half the time. This was a danger all in itself, because there was no telling what type of large snakes or crocodiles lurked in the waters.
So now this brings us into where the religion comes in. If you are dealing with all of this and trying to insure a whole tribe, wouldnt you need religion? I think of it like if you have a small child who is scared of the dark, and thinks its a monster out there ready to get them.The only thing that you have to tell them is to say a prayer and the monster wont get you. That went the same way for early religions. If they were in the jungle hunting some believed that God or their creator was right behind them watching over them. If they looked back then God would no longer protect them, and they take the risk of getting eaten by a large animal. If they heard of someone who went into the woods and had been eaten by an wild animal, they would tell the people, that they didnt obey Gods rules, and that was the reasoning for the mishaps happening.
Other religions had laws that were one in the same. For example, if you committed a crime, you owed the victim tribute, meaning you owed that person in the form of some type of annual offerings that had monetary value, until that person forgave you. If that person didnt forgive you then you would not have your creator's protection over you. Then the whole entire time that you are in the process of paying tribute, the Creator wouldnt watch over you. So if a tribe invaded another tribe and lost, it could really cost them. Plus they were in fear of their creator not watching over them and a natural disaster, or famine would hit. This system was carried well into the 1600's during the time of slavery. In my humble opinion, this was a key system that kept Africans for the most part at peace with each other. That and the fact that populations were lower at a certain point and time, and everyone new which tribe were their cousins.


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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Indian and Ethiopian tribes connection revealed

Ethiopian and Indian tribe connections pt1

Is WAKAN TANKA different from Oromo Waaqa Takka "Monolithic Waaqa--God" ?
Its also Omaha Indians and Oromo and Amhara Ethiopians, similar names
The Sioux tribes that use the word
Wakan Tanka or Wakan is also known as Wakanda in the Omaha-Ponca, Ioway-Otoe-Missouri, Kansa and Osage languages; and Wakatakeh in Quapaw. In addition, there is Ho-Chunk Mahanah, Mandan Omahank, and Tutelo Mahomny.
Omaha-ponca creation story
A clearly defined cosmogony does not exist among the Omaha tribe of Indians. Myths tell of water animals being engaged in forming the earth, but how water was created, or how life began, is left in definite.
The general belief of the Omaha Indians is, that in some way man has been developed from animals. How this came about no myth and no man give any explanation. No story exists where a man is born of an animal; yet, as the life of man depends upon the animal as food, so in some mysterious manner the two are bound together in the general continuity that pervades the universe.
In the myth telling of the birth of woman a younger brother is made the medium; a strange thorn pierces his foot, he extracts it, and wraps it in coverings of skin. When the older brothers return home they are startled by hearing a crying, and upon examination of the bundle from which the sound proceeds, they find to their astonishment a baby in the place of the thorn. The infant rapidly becomes a woman; all the animals obey her call, and she enriches her brothers by her skill and industry.
The myths seem to indicate a linking together of all forms of life throughout nature. The various animals are endowed with speech, and address each other by terms of relationship, and are so addressed by man. The beaver, eagle, and others are called grandfather or grandmother, the titles of respect; but in the various myths these terms are not always applied to the same animal.
Deities
Ictinike (also spelled Ishtinike. Sometimes he is called the Monkey in recent translations.) Ictinike is the Trickster figure of the Omaha and Ponca tribes. Ictinike was the son of the Sun God, but due to his bad behavior was exiled to earth, where he had many adventures and got in every imaginable kind of trouble.
Wakonda: The great Creator power of Ponca mythology. Originally Wakanda was an abstract creative force who was never personified in Ponca legends, but after the introduction of Christianity some Native people began using it as the Ponca name of God.
Hare: A culture hero of the Ponca tribe, associated with the rabbit.
Lodge-Boy and Thrown-Away. These magical twins whose mother was killed by a monster are common to the mythology of many Midwestern and Eastern tribes. They are generally portrayed as heroic monster-slayers in Ponca legends.
Two-Face (or Double-Face or Two-Faces.) A man-eating ogre with a face on each side of his head.
Nida: Mammoth beast of Ponca folklore.
The Lakota use WAKAN TANKA
In the Lakota way of life, Wakan Tanka Standard Lakota Orthography: Wakȟáŋ Tȟáŋka) is the term for "the sacred" or "the divine". This is usually translated as "The Great Spirit". However, according to Russell Means, its meaning is closer to "Great Mystery" as Lakota spirituality is not henotheistic. Before their attempted conversion to Christianity, the Sioux used Wakȟáŋ Tȟáŋka to refer to an organization of sacred entities whose ways were mysterious: thus, "The Great Mystery"
Interpretations
It is interpreted as the power or the sacredness that resides in everything, resembling some animistic and pantheistic beliefs. This term describes every creature and object as wakȟáŋ ("holy") or having aspects that are wakȟáŋ.
Wakan Tanka was supposed to have placed the stones and minerals in the ground; Also, supposed to change the seasons and weather, and plants were supposed to have come out of the ground by hands.
The Lakota believe that everything has a spirit; including trees, rocks, rivers, and almost every natural being. This therefore leads to the belief in the existence of an afterlife.
Creation
According to Lakota belief, Inyan, the Rock, was present at the very beginning, and so was the omnipresent spirit Wakan Tanka, the Great Mystery, and the darkness Han. Inyan wanted to exercise his powers, or compassion, so he created Maka (the Earth) as part of himself to keep control of his powers. But he sacrificed much of his blood by doing so, which became water, and he shriveled up, became hard, and begins losing his powers. The water cannot retain his powers, and Skan was created. Maka complains to Inyan that everything is cold and dark, and so he creates Anpao, the Dawn. As Anpao's red light was not enough for Maka, Inyan creates Wi, the Sun.
Maka now wanted to be separate from Inyan, so he appealed to Skan, who is now the supreme judge of the universe. Skan then rules that Maka must stay bound to Inyan, which is why rocks are bound to soil. In another version, when Inyan created Maka, she taunted him for his impotence. Inyan appealed to Skan, and Skan banished Han to be under Maka. When Maka complained that she was too cold, Skan created Anpao and Wi to provide light and heat, and when Maka complained that she was too hot, Skan ordered that Han and Anp to follow each other around the world, thus creating day and night.
 tales
One of the most famous stories from Lakota mythology was about the adventures of Iktomi, the trickster spider god.
Another was about the slaying of Unhcegila, a serpent monster who wreaked havoc upon the land and devoured or killed whoever who stumbles upon her. Many warriors sought to kill her to obtain a red crystal in a seventh spot on her head which functioned as her heart, as it grants its bearer great power.
In one version, Unhcegila ate the family of a warrior from the Bear Clan. The warrior was told by a Weasel spirit that if he were to be devoured by Unhcegila, he could use his knife to cut his way out and free the other victims, which he did.
In another version, Unhcegila was killed by two brothers, one of whom was blind, after a medicine woman gave them several arrows. Some accounts add that the arrows did not entirely kill Unhcegila, but injured her so greatly, that she damaged the land as she writhed in pain. When she died, the Sun dried her remains, resulting in the rock formations and skeletons that are found in the Badlands (Makȟóšiča).
In a third version, Unhcegila emerged from the primordial waters to flood the land. The resulting devastation angered Wakinyan, the Thunderbird, so he flapped his wings to dry the land, and shot lightning to destroy her heart, killing her. Her bones were scattered throughout the land
Afterlife
The Lakota people believe that after death, the deceased person's soul will go to the happy hunting ground, a realm that resembles the world of the living, but with better weather, and more plentiful animals that are easier to hunt than they are in the world of the living.
However, some accounts mention that the Sky-Road (Milky Way) is the destination of the deceased, but every deceased soul must present the proper tattoos to an old woman, Hihankara, the Owl-Maker. She will admit those who have the proper tattoos, but those who do not have the tattoos will be pushed to Earth to wander as ghosts.
Wakonda is the great Creator power of the Osage, Omaha, and Ponca tribes. Wakonda is an abstract, omnipresent creative force who is never personified in traditional Siouan legends, and in fact did not even have a gender before the introduction of English with its gender-specific pronouns.
The Caribs of South America have an African religion and one of their tribes are called Wayana. They even have a deity named Anuanai'tu. Anu is a name used in Africa by The Egyptians, to describe Ethiopians

Ok now lets look at Oromo Ethiopian religion
Oromos believe thatWaaqa Tokkicha(the one God) created the world, including them. They call this supreme beingWaaqa Guuracha(the Black God). Most Oromos still believe that it was this God who created heaven and earth and other living and non-living things. Waaqa also createdayaana(spiritual connection), through which he connects himself to his creatures. The Oromo story of creation starts with the element of water, since it was the only element that existed before other elements.
Oromos believed that Waaqa created the sky and earth from water. He also created dry land out of water, andbakkalcha(a star) to provide light. With the rise of bakkalcha,ayaana(spiritual connection) emerged. With this star, sunlight also appeared. The movement of this sunlight created day and night. Using the light of bakkalcha, Waaqa created all other stars, animals, plants, and other creatures that live on the land, in air, and in water. When an Oromo dies, he or she will become spirit.
Some Oromos still believe in the existence of ancestors' spirits. They attempt to contact them through ceremonies. These ancestral spiritsappear to relatives in the form of flying animals.
Original Oromo religion does not believe in hell and heaven. If a person commits a sin by disturbing the balance of nature or mis-treating others, the society imposes punishment while the person is alive.
Oromo heroes and heroines are the people who have done something important for the community. Thinkers who invented the gadasystem,raagas(prophets), and military leaders, for example, are considered heroes and heroines. Today, those who have contributed to the Oromo national movement are considered heroes and heroines.
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Monday, January 9, 2017

Worlds oldest religion, Khoisan tribe religion



Khoisan tribe religion
Many Khoisan peoples believe in a supreme being who presides over daily life and controls elements of the environment. In some Khoisan belief systems, this god is worshiped through rituals or small sacrifices. A second, evil deity brings illness and misfortune to earth. This dualism between good and evil pervades other areas of Khoisan thought about the nature of the universe. Some Khoisan belief systems maintain that a person should never attempt to communicate with the beneficent deity, for fear of provoking his evil counterpart, and some believe that spiritual beings simply ignore humanity most of the time.
Traditional Khoisan religion also included numerous mythic tales of gods and ancestor-heroes, whose lives provided examples of ways to cope with social conflicts and personal problems. Also important was the use of dance and altered states of consciousness to gain knowledge for healing an individual or remedying a social evil. Healing dances are still among the most widely practiced religious rituals in South Africa, even in the 1990s, and are used in some African Independent churches to heal the sick or eradicate evil.
For many Khoisan peoples, the sun and the moon were gods, or aspects of a supreme deity. The cycle of religious observance was, therefore, carefully adjusted according to the cycles of the moon. Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century observers in the Cape Colony noted the importance of ritual dances and prayers during the full moon each month. — Source: South Africa (Country Studies)
Belief in evil deities who bring disease and illness, and in sun and moon deities are basic belief s found in all early shamanic societies, as well as the concept of the worship of and ritual sacrifice to a supreme being presiding over the elements, daily life]
Khoisan legends and myths also refer to a “trickster” god, who could transform himself into animal or human forms, and who could die and be reborn many times over. The praying mantis, a predatory insect with large eyes and other features characteristic of animal predators, figures in San myths and folktales in a role similar to the clever fox in European [and Japanese] folktales. Khoisan herdboys still use mantises to “divine” the location of lost animals, and in Afrikaans, the mantis is referred to as “the Hottentot’s god.”
Trickster gods or spirits are particularly common beliefs across Eurasia, East Asia and Southeast Asia.
Kaang was provoked by the disobedience of the first men that he made. So he sent to the earth both destruction and death, removing his own abode into the top of the sky. Mankind were ungrateful in spite of the presence of his own sons, Cogaz and Gewi. These divinities had descended to become chiefs; they made digging sticks with sharp stone points and showed men how to dig with them for roots. Kaang’s daughter married a snake, and henceforth the snakes were called ‘Kaang’s people’.
The adventures and exploits of Kaang form the basic cycle of Bushman mythology. Once he was eaten by an ogre, who then vomited him up. On another occasion he was killed by thorns; the ants picked his bones clean, but this dying and rising god reassembled the skeleton and resurrected himself. The moon, say the Bushmen, Kaang created from an old shoe.
The principal enemy of the creator deity is Gauna, or Gawa, or Gawama, the leader of the spirits of the dead. Though weaker than his rival, Gauna seeks to disrupt his creation and harass the lives of men and animals. The origin of this antagonistic deity may well have been the pantheon of an enemy people. But the Bushmen dead themselves also play a conspicuously evil part in the affairs of the world. Ghosts dwell in a dim nether world from which they wish to escape.
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Like many religions, at the center of the Khoisan religion is the belief in a supreme God, known as Tsui, Giab, gangwan!an!a (big big god). He is responsible for life where he alone causes the sun to rise and the rain to fall. The opposer of this “good god” who lives in the east is an evil one who lives in the west, known as Gaunab or gangwas matse (small god). This “evil god” uses his superhuman power to cause sickness, misfortune, and death. This coexistence of good and evil is combined in the personality of Kaggen or cagn. Kaggen is represented by an eland, an animal created by and special to Kaggen (picture of a live eland, right, and San rock paintings of elands, left). Many tales recount a story of the Kaggen trying to trick hunters to help the eland escape.
There are many differing Khoisan beliefs on death. Some believe that at death, a person’s spirit ascends into the sky and becomes a star. Others believe that the sight of a shooting star means death is occurring in the human community. Still others believe that a hole in the bowels of the earth serves as the destination of dead people and animals. However, others believe the dead’s final destination is the great God’s house in the sky.


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Friday, January 6, 2017

Black history told from 7000bc-Present

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This book is the history of Africa showing its greatness beyond slavery and colonization. This is the history that they dont want you to know.
Egypts origins explained
How Egypt and Nubia formed explained
What modern group holds Egyptian DNA.
What boundaries caused civilization
What ancient houses and boats were used in that period.
What tribes were allies to ancient Egyptians.
What caused migration to West Africa.
and what prevented migration prior to that.
Language connections of African tribes, to Egyptians.
What caused all of the Kingdoms to fall.
What happened to all of the building structures in Africa, and where they are today.
How colonization and slavery changed Africa and the diaspora.
All this will be provided in a timeline setting and is the equivalent of 20 books in one. Its a real onestop shop for African knowledge.


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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Mesopotamian, Dravidian, Egyptian, Ethiopian, Yemen and Indus Valley link




Mesopotamian, Dravidian, Egyptian, Ethiopian, Yemen and Indus Valley  link

When they conducted the first research on Indus Valley it was clear that it was not an Aryan race of invaders or Arabs that created the civilization. It was clear to researchers that it was the group of living people in that area called the Dravidians. Dravidians are migrants from Ethiopia and many of India today has Ethiopic roots in their culture and religion. Sir John Marshall, the researcher at the site was the one to make the discovery that the Indus Valley civilization was of Dravidian origin. The site where the research took place was Mohenjo-Daro. Fr Heras, Director of the Indian Historical Institute at Bombay was the first to work on deciphering the Mohenjo-Daro script, which was written in Hieroglyphs. After working on deciphering the language, researchers noticed that the language roots were in the Dravidian Tulu  Kannada language.  Researchers on site have expressed alarming similarities between the Dravidian Indus Valley civilization and that of Mesopotamia.Claud Schaeffer noted that they found similarities between pottery found in the Middle East and Indus Valley and that Mesopotamian Hieroglyphs, Gordon Childe also made the same claim. Researchers on the site say that Dravidian and Sumerian script are almost exactly the same. Researchers say they believe that The Dravidians made and Westward migration towards the East. Researchers believe that there were two separate migrations. One was West to east to India. The other was West to East from the Nile, or Egypt. There is mention of them being called the tribe Minas, which is very peculiar, because the first king of Egypt was called Scorpion, Menes, also spelled Mena, Meni, or Min and the Greeks called them the Maecians, who are said to be the founders of Yemen. Ethiopia and Yemen are known for having a long history together, and mixing. The Queen of Sheba was Ethiopian. That connection is what had some researchers claiming Yemen as the location of Punt, but it is unknown.

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Sunday, January 1, 2017

Why all of your African monuments were destroyed

Why all of your African monuments were destroyed 

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As historical sources described above the continent was full of monuments. Where are they?

The sad truth is that Europeans invaders have destroyed most of them either as punitive actions or under the scramble for Africa ‘Terra Nullius’ law.

During the scramble for Africa by Europeans, the main way to prove that a land was qualified for colonization or take over was ‘Terra Nullius”, a Latin expression deriving from Roman law meaning “land belonging to no one”, which is used in international law to describe territory which has never been subject to the sovereignty of any state, or over which any prior sovereign has expressly or implicitly relinquished sovereignty. Sovereignty over territory which is terra nullius may be acquired through occupation” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terra_nullius

Many islands were acquired that way when it was possible to slaughter the small population and easily prove that the land was empty before the arrival of colonial powers.

But very soon, the colonial powers were in difficulty to find “land belonging to no one”. Africa was not a Terra Nullius. Consequently, the terra nullius law was altered to include land inhabited by savages and uncivilized people.

Again, very quickly the colonial power found it difficult to prove that Africa was a land of savages and uncivilized people. Instead they found, as demonstrated above, queendoms and kingdoms with great palaces and highly developed political and social norms.

At this stage, the colonial power have to destroy any sign of civilization.

From then on, the colonial power spent a lot of energy to destroy and burn african historical building and monuments, slaughtered the african elite of engineers, scientists, craftsmen, writers, philosophers, etc.

There is a museum in Paris with 18 000 human heads of people killed by the french colonial troops and missionaries. It’s called “Musée d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris”.



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