Black Egyptians Author’s Note

Segun Magbagbeola
Segun Magbagbeola

Writer & Publisher

There is a concentrated effort to conceal and/or misrepresent the knowledge of African history from African people. In one of the greatest periods of our history that spanned over 3000 years, African’s in Ancient Egypt had a highly advanced culture and led the world in all facets of civilization. Over time, as other nations heard of Egypt’s greatness they sought to infiltrate, share in their power and even take over.

During dynastic Egypt the Egyptians were conquered by foreign invaders on many occasions, but they managed to re-claim the throne each time until the end of the dynastic period by the Greeks. Most forms of western education and entertainment depict the Egyptians to be non-African, and great lengths were taken to wipe the presence of an African Egypt from the Egyptian landscape and from our hearts and our minds.

There is no doubt that black people as a race are not in the best of situations, we have fallen from the gods we once were, but this is simply a small blip in our history, the future is there for the taking. In order for us to progress we must do so in unity, as one mind and one accord, and it is my hope that Egyptology/Nuwaupu will bring us together. The mind is the most powerful thing in the universe; we must receive the right education in order to feed our
mind and our souls. We have received a warner to reveal our hidden past,
changing present and our ruling future in Dr Malachi Z York. As we are now in the beginning of the new sun cycle, (a time when the forces of nature are geared towards our success) it is up to us to re-claim our history.

In fact it is not history, his-story, it is our story, so it time for us to celebrate it and progress with a renewed sense of unity and future aspirations.
This book has been a long and exciting journey for me, filled with many
obstacles, support, highs and lows. There were certain moments and
conversations with people which sparked off the initial thought to write this
book in the first place.

Maybe they were supposed to happen, but I know that without my background and prior studies this would have been almost impossible. I had no definite idea of how I wanted the book to be written but like the saying in physics, if you can give an object an initial push after a while
it will begin to generate its own force and direct it’s self which is what
happened with this book.

Looking at the final product compared to an initial brainstorm at the start, I am proud of what I have accomplished. It was by no means easy to write and involved a lot of research, cross-referencing, having to make sense of it all and link it together. I needed to combine books from a wide plethora of schools including Egyptology, archaeology, astronomy the conventional and unconventional.

I doubt I’ll ever write a book as research intensive as this and it is funny how the hardest was my first. I have been in a position to learn the fascinating history of Ancient Egypt from multiple perspectives, so I simply want to share this with you, in the hope it empowers you as much as it has me.

I hope you read this book with an open mind and pursue your own quest of research so the knowledge of Egypt is real to you. On that note I give you:


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