I can't wait until they actual excavate the bigger pyramids more west. This is a great find.
I do not wish to argue, or debate. I simply wish to exchange ideas, in a civil mature manner.
I do have a couple of personal issues, but its okay, I will most likely be ignored.
I believe that we do not have enough data to make some of the claims we ever so boldly make. In this particular region There are more civilizations
than just Kush(Nubia), there are many unnamed civs. They are all clumped together because we have so many conflicting theories and because they carry
some of the same characteristics.
The root of this particular tree is found in ethiopia, which so-far pre-dates, everything in the region. If one enters Africa from the north, data
will be compiled from the top down, which to me can confuse someone. I don't think one can produce an effective timeline without an adequate
understanding of the places around. My point is, every time we talk about this region, we talk about everything as an extension of Ancient Kemet
which is erroneous due to the facts, most of these places pre-date Ancient Kemet (Egypt), and some of them ruled simultaneously, without affiliation.
I personally believe that Ancient Kemet is an extension of these places.
If one wants a clear understanding of ancient Kemet (Egypt), it would be of anyone's best interest to study other African civilizations. If one
does not know ANYTHING about other African Civ's, how can one establish a genuine understanding??? If one doesn't possess an accurate understanding
of Africa( including the middle east), then we can expect all type of foolish claims that are purely theoretical.
For example, people clam Kemet(Egypt) influenced Nubia, when Nubia is home to the oldest city in all of Africa. Does this mean they influenced Kemet,
no. We have so many influences and physical evidence of Nubia and Ethiopia in Kemet(nubia). Every time you see a bird regardless of its kind, on the
. of a woman, that is an Ethiopian practice.
People have this understanding that we started in Africa, somehow gathered our marbles along the way, backtracked, then traveled back north. This is
utterly absurd. We should be able to find a logical progression from the root, and this is exactly what we have!! There are even traces of someone
trying to remove this "bread-crumb trail". There is a progression of thought and practices, that can be traced from Kemet(Egypt) to places that
exist before Kemet yet we deny that they may have influenced the birth and legacy Kemet.?
I don't understand.
I despise the idea, we will adhere to our own understanding versus allowing the people to speak for themselves. The Nubian language has never been
fully translated, I don't know if it has been translated at all. When we continue to speak for people we will never have a TRUE understanding of
what they have to offer. Researchers once ordered and demanded we believe the idea , Nubians did not have a language and it appears that they
did(same for many improtant civs, like the olmecs). I bet if we would have listened to the people of the region they would have saved us bit of time.
The hit and miss approach is very cave-man like in my humble opinion, almost as if the people's story just isn't good enough.
Anyway, sorry for the lengthy post. I kept it short, I just wanted to share my opinion. The African story is very, very different from the outside
within, then it is from the inside out. Its disappointing to know, the African opinion has no merit to the "know-it-all" researchers that "know
nothing" about the birthplace of humanity. The people of Sudan have a VERY profound message about some of the modern changes that have taken place,
the 2 most recent damns are a very good starting point if one is interested.
Many Blessings, and if any thing isn't clear please quote and ask. Thanx.