Saturday, January 28, 2017

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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