Black Egyptians sets out to prove once and for all that Black Africans started and inhabited the Ancient Egyptian civilisation. This is the book to finally solve the Ancient Egyptian race controversy. Drawing on a wealth of sources including Nuwaupu, genetics and archaeology, the author combines conventional and unconventional Egyptology together to form a unique record of Egyptian history and set the stage for Black Africans to unite under one common creed.
1. The False Representation of Egypt
2. Extraterrestrial Origins
3. A Gap in time
4. Ancient Egypt & African Tribes – Sudan
5. Ancient Egypt & African Tribes – Nigeria
6. Ancient Egypt & Africa
7. Ancient Egypt and Meso-America
8. The present Egyptian population
9. Introduction to physical anthropology and archaeogenetics of African people
10. Anthropometric and genetic analysis of Egypt
There's something about EGYPT!
So now they’d have to accept, that there was something about that bible, something about that Qur’an and something about that Torah which all came from the Egyptian writings, you understand. Something about that living that which they got from these Egyptians and their connection with the stars and the talk about the soul and the spirit and the etheric you; the ba, the ka, and the kha or the ruwach and the ruwh in the Torah or the Holy Ghost. There’s something about the fact that Horus was known to be a falcon and Jesus was known to be a dove. There’s something about the connection between the birds and these so two so called divine children and Horus being the Son of Osiris a god making him the Son of God and Ra Har Akhy, Ra the God, so he was the son of God and God on earth in Egypt something like 10,000 YEARS! cutting it short before Jesus was born. Something about the fact that that’s written on the wall, carved in a stone, kept in a tablet, locked in a vault and kept in a holy cave of those few fortunate beings that have access to that information. Something about that you hear me, something about the link between that information and WHY THEY WANT US TO BE EVERYTHING BUT EGYPTIAN! They don’t mind us being Christian, they don’t mind us being Buddhist. We can cut our hair off and get a little patch and a orange robe on and be a hare Krishna, stand at the airport and stuff but DON’T link up and take Egypt seriously. They fought against Dr Ben Jochannan for over 50 years as he tried to reveal how powerful Egypt was you hear me. And the power the Egyptians had once they start realising they’re Egyptians That’s the first thing, first realisation is ‘I’m not just studying Egyptology, ‘I AM AN EGYPTIAN!’ I know you’re thinking walk like an Egyptian talk like an Egyptian. They did that too, they put that in your mind and till it got turned into a joke and away from reality in other words their present day scientists have now got to face the reality that there is a spiritual world and that you are directly linked to it.
Hosea 13:4 Yet I am the Lord thy God from the land of Egypt and thou shalt know no god but me: for there is no saviour beside me.
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There is a concentrated effort to hide the greatness of the Ancient Egyptian civilization from their descendants, black African people. The statues were vandalised, pictures fabricated and many academics refuse to acknowledge Black Africans as the creators of Ancient Egpyt for it wouls shatter their version of history and topple their power structure. The truth of Black Egypt is revealed by many including Herodotus, Cheikh Anta Diop, James Cowles Prichard, Herbert Wendt, Bauval/Brophy, Dr Malachi York and Ivan Van Sertima. It is part of my mission to teach my people our true way of life and carve a better future. On that note I give you, BLACK EGYPTIANS!