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The Original Statue of Liberty was an Afrikan

On my journey, I discovered that there was an original rendition of the Statue of Liberty, sculpted by Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi as a gift to the United States.  107 more words

Treasure Hunts

Lion Energy

Sekhmet’s comin’ out of me
cause I let her enter me
possessed by the best
she’s a living goddess
she’s a warrior yes
so very powerful… 29 more words


The Readers

From Kemet to Kennesaw
The cool kids read things
While the elders danced.
Dance, did they, for knowledge.
Once the rains came,
We all benefitted from the reaping.

True-Story and the Lies of History (Anthony Anaxagorou, Moors, ect).

A cool Poet/Writer/Educator – Good video

See … they (NOT ALL) have to constantly keep putting themselves on your mind. They have to keep putting themselves in positions where you have a limited choice of not paying attention to them. 303 more words


Reasonings on Ptahhotep's Maxims, Part II

God’s Punishment

II.6. Do not scheme against people, (for) God punishes accordingly … People’s schemes do not prevail. God’s command is what prevails.

The belief in divine punishment for evil deeds and rewards for good ones in the afterlife was solid in the religious tradition of Ancient Egypt, and the philosopher Ptahhotep was clearly a religious man and utilized this common belief to promote morality.

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Ancient Man and His First Civilizations - Egyptian Mythology

Religion in ancient Egypt was very much like modern times. Today not everyone worships in the same way, or believes in the same god – Egypt was no different. 8,009 more words


The African spirituality is the oldest basis for Christianity

 The African spirituality is the oldest basis for Christianity.It was developed 1000’s of years before Christianity. Despite the hard evidence and scientific confirmation many Christians still ignore the Kemetic influences. 371 more words