Black Genesis (A Look Into The Black African Origins of Ancient Egypt)

Reference: “Black Genesis: The Prehistoric Origins of Ancient Egypt” by Robert Bauval & Thomas Brophy Ph.D.

Introduction
In 1954 Professor Cheikh Anta Diop began the Black African origin theory for the Egyptian civilization. He developed a scientific approach; using radiocarbon dating & biochemistry to test the melanin content present in ancient mummy corpses to determine their original skin tone. Melanin is a natural polymer that regulates pigmentation in humans. Egyptian authorities refused to allow any testing on mummified remains.

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The Separation of Christianity & the Evolution of Freemasonry (Part 2)

The following blog may be deemed controversial or blasphemous to some, please read with caution and realize this is just an reinterpretation of historical public information…

Main Reference: The Master Game by Robert Bauval & Graham Hancock

The Rosicrucians & The Start of the Freemasons…

The Rosicrucian’s, created by Christian Rosenkreutz, are an interesting secret society. The popped up overnight as an invisible brotherhood and flooded Paris one night in 1623 with placards about their society having the perfect knowledge of the most high. They are believers in the “true” message of Christ. A message in R.C.’s tomb spoke of Europe being with child, a strong child who needs a great godfather’s gift. A secret society or prophesy of America?

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The Separation of Christianity & The Evolution of Freemasonry (Part 1)

The following blog may be deemed controversial or blasphemous to some, please read with caution and realize this is just an reinterpretation of historical public information…

Main Reference: The Master Game by Robert Bauval & Graham Hancock

Introduction…
During the French Revolution an Anti-Christian sentiment seem to spring up out of nowhere. A fort, once used as a prison, was brought down during riots and a pyramid was to be erected in its place. Funding wore out before its completion though. After the church was brought down Louis XVIII, a known Freemason, was placed in charge after years of being in exile. He immediately had an obelisk from Egypt brought to France. When his son Charles X took over he had a painting created which appears to have later played a part in the blueprint for the layout of Paris, including the Louvre Pyramid that wasn’t constructed until 150 years later. Their original construction plans somehow had lived on over a century later.

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Ancient Egypt 39,000 B.C.E. (Reanalyzing Humanity’s History) Part 2

Ancient Egypt 39,000 BCE Blog/Book Review Part 2

An Ancient but Complex Structure…
Many look at the exterior of the pyramid and considered it a large, but simple structure, one block stacked on top of the next with no steel or modern materials. Once you examine the interior though, you get an idea of how complex this structure is. With three chambers, eight passageways and a Grand Gallery, the Great Pyramid is not only internally complex but essentially the largest puzzle ever created. The original entrance is 4 feet by 3.5 feet that descends 100 feet into a 46 by 27 feet room, which appears unfinished. Then an ascending passage, which is also 4 feet by 3.5 feet rises at an angle of 26.5 degrees for 129 feet. Once one understands the 4 chambers, it may help to explain what the pyramids were used for.

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Ancient Egypt 39,000 B.C.E. (Reanalyzing Humanity’s History) Part 1

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Ancient Egypt 39,000 BCE Blog/Book Review

Introduction…
The modern assumption is that the Egyptians of the 2nd millennium BCE had the skill level to move large quantities of stone, some over a ton, up to 500 miles away to construct the temples and pyramids. No other civilization has been known to reproduce this and even today with modern technology it would be extremely difficult and very expensive. But we are to believe that a civilization just a few hundred years from the Stone Age was able to accomplish this with copper chisels and stone hammers.

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Quick Review of The Master Game by Graham Hancock & Robert Bauval

Very interesting and detailed book on the evolution of Christianity across the world, the incorporation of Egyptian beliefs/monuments in past & modern times and how this may all tie in to secret societies, most importantly the infamous Freemasons. I found it fascinating and one of the more logical accounts on a society very few truly understand. I suggest you take a pen and pad with you on this journey, take notes and come to your own conclusion..

In the next couple of weeks I’ll compose a detailed report of what I’ve learned until then Peace, Love & Knowledge.. One..

Quick Review of The Autobiography of Malcolm X as told to Alex Haley

Incredible read about one of the more controversial African Americans of all time. Brother Malcolm wore his heart on his sleeve and whether right or wrong he was never afraid to say what was on his mind to anyone who cared to listen. Unfortunately his image will always be tarnished by some due to his criminal background and speeches filled with racism towards the white man. Malcolm sincerely, in his heart, felt the white man was the product of evil due to his upbringings and what he witness happen time and time again to non-whites in the early 1900’s. Malcolm truly wanted to see his race treated fairly and felt it was his duty to say what many other “black leaders” feared to say. After a holy trip to Mecca, Malcolm found the true meaning of Islam and spent the rest of his days trying to clean up his image, while still staying true to the fight for equality. Sadly he was taken away from this Earth too soon to see his image “improved” and see the fruits of his labor. He was truly an inspiration to many freedom fighters from all walks of life..