Black People : Before Egypt

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  1. Blackbird

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    We always talk about Egypt. So what were African people doing before Egypt? Do we know of any civilizations or kingdoms before Egypt?

    I heard about the Anu people and Nubia (Ta-Seti - Ethiopia - Kush). Do have any others? Why before these things are also spoke in respect to their relationship to Egypt.

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    Sumeria allegedly predated the United Kingdom of Kamit. And there are some villages in Nigeria that are older then 3000 B.C. I think one of the greatest empires before Kamit was the one that occupied the area where the Sahara now covers.
     
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    Thank you, Brother Onyemobi. I'm interested to know about these villages in Nigeria.

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    beware for afrocentrist Kemet is the alpha and omega of the universe lol,but seriously like Oyembi said you got the whole sahara area,you got Zimbabwe and these great civilisation in Nigeria.Outside Afrika you find Goblekli Tepe in Anatolia:lift:
     
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    Well in order to piece together that history, one has to first of all recognized that KMT was not a land of just one people. This means that there were several African ethnic groups in that region of the continent. These ethnic groups are what made up Egypt. The big question is, where were these people before they were in Egypt? Many will say that they were in Nubia/Kush, but that was just one group, the Anu people. But who are the Anu people today? What other ethnic groups were in KMT?

    These are the questions we must find the answers to.
     
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    Black Desert groups were there...Garamantes, Libyans, Fulani, and etc...now most are known as "Nilo-Saharan" linguistically...I am sure Kwa/Bantu groups were also present in Kemet since Proto-Kwa speakers used to live in the Old Sahara grasslands before moving to Sub Saharan regions of Africa:


    http://books.google.com/books?id=1F...a=X&oi=book_result&resnum=4&ct=result#PPP1,M1

    http://www.earthrights.net/nigeria/history.html

    http://books.google.com/books?id=IwEZ3-QtsDEC&pg=PA213&dq=golden+age+kemet#PPA12,M1

    https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com/genographic/atlas.html

    Especially before the Desertification of the Sahara...constant movement amongst Sahara grassland civilizations and peoples must have been more frequent...

    In the beginning of the "Destruction of black civilization", Chancellor Williams describes the movement of mass people to Egypt in the result of the desertification of the Sahara...

    Pygmies also seemed to have been in KMT:

    http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/dwarfs.htm

    http://www.dignubia.org/maps/timeline/bce-2300b.htm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrJjeShxsJE

    Go to 1:32 for the youtube video

    Anu people:

    Aboriginals of Nile Valley civilizations:

    http://books.google.com/books?id=IwEZ3-QtsDEC&pg=PA213&dq=golden+age+kemet#PPA13,M1

    http://anu-world.com/id32.html

    http://www.rastafarispeaks.com/cgi-bin/forum/archive1/config.pl?read=55043

    http://wysinger.homestead.com/teraneter.html

    http://www.egyptsearch.com/forums/Forum8/HTML/000990.html

    http://www.bayelsa.org.uk/main/history-of-ijaws-and-their-neighbours/
     
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    -Besides Ta Seti and the Nubian civilizations, it appears that civilizations of Saharan grasslands were there around the same time or earlier than Kemet...most evidence is under the sand as already stated...

    -The Igbo civilization of "Nigeria" goes back to about 6000 BCE:

    http://books.google.com/books?id=Cn...=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=result#PPA10,M1

    I feel that the African Great Lakes civilizations is the oldest...because that is where humanity came from...the Ishango Bone (world's oldest math system) and i hear that all languages came from three in the Congo...

    http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/Ancient-Africa/ishango.html
     
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    Blackbird,

    I see you. And I am bothered. In addition to those you have named already would be the Dogon(Mali), a favorite of our own Music Producer, the Australian Aborignes (these we cannot count out, by no means-this hint given to us by Chancelor Williams, Destruction of Black Civilization), and the Ethiopians of course, the oldest bone discovery in modern times.

    At the end of the day, all these are black, brown and melanated people that we are descendants of.

    What are you looking for Blackbird? All of this knowledge is known to us, I am confused with your search. Please explain, for I know this, you do nothing without a purpose, and I see you!

     
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