posted on Sep, 2 2014 @ 07:53 PM
I have been in many debates over this very subject as I am sure you remember. I have been on this site for quite sometime, even as a lurker for a
couple of years back when you could post anon without an account. I have watched people switch their tones on many occasions. I even remember having
debates over the idea of Kemet(egypt) being a product of African genius. We are moving slowly but surely. This discussion can get much deeper when we
get out timelines correct. We are now just scratching the surface. I am always disappointed on the lack of threads regarding Ancient Africa's
mysteries. There is a vast body of knowledge waiting to be uncovered and a wealthy contribution to the human family as well.
I came across a saying that stuck with and I always apply to Africa and its mysteries.
"The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence."
An ignored chapter of history tells of a time when kings from deep in Africa conquered ancient Egypt.
I believe we haven't fully wrapped our minds around the idea of egypt being a product of previous African civilizations. The evidence is there but,
there are many 'systems' in place that require knowledge to be removed from the mainstream in order to "not cause rewriting of history". There are
many people that can tell you all about egypt but know nothing of early African civilization and/or culture, so it would be impossible to connect and
note progression if in your mind, it doesn't exist, and your absolutely right it does NOT exist within the bounds of the modern understanding if you
do not possess the facts or do not have access to them.
When we get into the African side of story things get even more crazy and I can't wait until we can include the most left out continent into our daily
discussion of things that are out of place.
...and I am still on the forefront with the idea that none of these structures in Kemet, Sudan or anywhere else in the region were designed with the
intent to house dead rulers and servants.
Spider 879 : Thank you, always, for the wonderful contribution.
edit on 2-9-2014 by AKINOFTHEFIRSSTARS because: addition