Black People : Buddha was an Egyptian Priest.........

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    THE BUDDHA AND BUDDHISM IN INDIA

    Buddhism appeared in India during the sixth century B.C.E. and came in the form of a protest against Hinduism. Buddhism opposed the arrogance of caste, and preached tolerance. It should not be surprising, then, that it developed a large and rapid following in the regions of India where the Blacks had survived in substantial numbers. On the emergence of Buddhism in India, Diop has suggested that:

    "It would seem that Buddha was an Egyptian priest, chased from Memphis by the persecution of Cambyses. This tradition would justify the portrayal of Buddha with woolly hair. Historical documents do not invalidate this tradition...There is general agreement today on placing in the sixth century not only Buddha but the whole religious and philosophical movement in Asia with Confucius in China, Zoroaster in Iran. This would confirm the hypothesis of a dispersion of Egyptian priests at that time spreading their doctrine in Asia."​
    Dr. Vulindlela Wobogo, another African-centric scholar, has observed that:

    "Manifestations of the Buddha in Asia are Black with woolly hair. They all appear to be Egypto-Nubian priests who fled Egypt...The priests carried their spiritual knowledge but lost much of the scientific knowledge for obvious reasons. The well-known aspects of Buddhism and its companion, yoga, are all simply Egypto-Nubian priesthood practices, meditation, and...the belief that one could attain a god-like state if the soul was liberated from the body through knowledge and denial."​
    In a monumental two volume work entitled A Book of the Beginnings, originally published in 1881, Gerald Massey recorded that:

    "It is not necessary to show that the first colonisers of India were Black, but it is certain that the Black Buddha of India was imaged in the Africoid type. In the Black [African] god, whether called Buddha or Sut-Nahsi, we have a datum. they carry in their color the proof of their origin. The people who first fashioned and worshipped the divine image in the Africoid mold of humanity must, according to all knowledge of human nature, have been Africans themselves. For the Blackness is not merely mystical, the features and the hair of Buddha belong to the Black race."​
    In the first volume of his massive text Anacalypsis, Godfrey Higgins wrote that:

    "The religion of Buddha, of India, is well known to have been very ancient. In the most ancient temples scattered through Asia, where his worship is yet continued, he is found black as jet, with the flat face, thick lips and curly hair of the African."​
     
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    Nice opinion but Buddha was an Indian prince named Sidhartha, what reference is this stuff based on?
     
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    This is not MY OPINION! The scholars names are attached to each quote referrenced.

    This thread is only 40 minutes old and you're already trying to derail it with that OPINION vs. FACT B.S. that you're on???

    Get up outta my thread!!
     
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    Massey was man of seances and spiriualism, in other words talking to the spirits of the dead, along with Geoffrey Higgins, and had realy no scholarship in history.

    He fails to take into fact that It was the Black Dravidians who were colonized by the lighter Aryans who enforced the dreaded caste system, that has opressed the indigenous Dalet people of India
     
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    Not only was Buddha said to be an 'Egyptian' priest, but he also is the one some call 'christ'. Buddha was the 13th sage and is said to have preceded 'jesus' by at least 500 years and the similarities in birth, as well as the sayings are almost identical.
     
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    Geoffrey Higgins and Gerald Massey were two spritualists, in other words dudes who enjoyed hanging out around a ouija board, and the Dalits were the original people of India
    http://destee.com/index.php?threads/black-family-in-asia.54091/page-10#post-547136

    opressed and called untouchables, by the invading Aryans.

    Ghatauma Bhudda was an Indian Prince who renounced his throne, and became an ascetic.

    With the huge pantheon of Kemetic Neteru, it is kind of funny one would call Bhudda who renounced all cliams of deties, as Kemetic, or to say becuase they had a mediation system as did, all First Maerican peoples and all African peoples, that he must have come from Kemet.
     
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    Posted by RUNOKO RASHIDI

    CASTE DISCRIMINATION A WORLDWIDE PROBLEM FOR ALL BLACK PEOPLE
    AND COLLECTIVE RESISTANCE IS NEEDED TO DEFEAT IT

    When you come to the tribals there is absolutely no controversy regarding the race of these people.
    They are clearly, physically, Africoid, they are linguistically distinct, religiously distinct.

    --Horen Tudu, Researcher and Pan Africanist

    Oct. 10, 2006

    Few people are aware that India’s 160 million untouchables or Dalits are descendants of Africans who once ruled the Indus Valley. But caste discrimination affects all black people, who are regarded as untouchables, even in the US and UK.

    It may seem ironic to many that India’s untouchable castes known as Dalits, who are despised and condemned in Hindu scriptures for the colour of their skin and who are oppressed and exploited are distant relations to Africans, who were dehumanised in order to justify their enslavement to enrich the West.

    But two papers published by African scholar and physicist Cheikh Anta Diop in 1955 and 1967 were translated from French to English and published as: The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality in 1974. In this book, as well as establishing the African origins of Egypt, Diop also revealed that Africans known as Dravidians created the Indus Valley civilization.

    Dravidians are a linguistic group under which many different groups fall, but many scholars aside from Diop, including: Chiek Tidiane N Diave, S R Santharam and U.Pupadhyaya Susheela O.Uphadyaya, have found both linguistic and cultural links between Dravidians and Africans.

    Diop wrote: “…The Indo-Europeans never created a civilization in their own native lands: the Eurasian plains. The civilizations attributed to them are inevitably located in the heart of Negro countries in the southern part of the northern hemisphere: Egypt, Arabia, Phoenicia, Mesopotamia, Elam, India. In all those lands there were negro civilizations when the Indo-Europeans arrived as rough nomads during the second millennium.”

    Diop described Dravidians as a type of the black race with: “Black skin, often exceptionally black, with straight hair, aquiline nose, thin lips, an acute cheekbone angle. We find a prototype of this race in India: the Dravidian.”

    But the real irony of the caste system is that it is a corruption of a social system invented by the early African civilizations, according to a 19th century French anthropologist called Francois Lenormant, whom Diop refers to in his book: “The Aryas of India…adopted it, borrowed it from the Kushite populations.”

    http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/india4.html
     
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    info-moetry,

    I read somewhere that there were several "buddhas" to have come before the one we most recognize today
    Are you familiar with that notion? And that "buddha" is a sort of title and not a name?
     
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    From a book titled "Jesus and Buddha, the paralelled sayings"


    Jesus: "Do to others as you would have them do to you." Luke 6:31

    Buddha: "Consider others as yourself." Dhammapada 10:1

    Jesus: "If anyone strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also." Luke 6:29

    Buddha: "If anyone should give you a blow with his hand, with a stick, or with a knife, you should abandon any desires and utter no evil words." Majjhima Nikaya 21:6

    Jesus: "Truly I tell you, just as you did not do it to one of the least of these, you did not do it to me." Matthew 25:45

    Buddha: "If you do not tend to one another, then who is there to tend you? Whoever would tend me, he should tend the sick." Vinaya, Mahavagga 8:26.3

    Jesus: "Put your sword back into its place; for all those who take the sword will perish by the sword." Matthew 26:52

    Buddha: "Abandoning the taking of life, the ascetic Gautama dwells refraining from taking life, without stick or sword." Digha Nikaya 1:1.8

    Jesus: "Those who want to save their life will lose it, and those who lose their life for my sake will save it." Mark 8:35

    Buddha: "With the relinquishing of all thought and egotism, the enlightened one is liberated through not clinging." Majjhima Nikaya 72:15

    Jesus: "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you." Matthew 28:19-20

    Buddha: "Teach the dharma which is lovely at the beginning, lovely in the middle, lovely at the end. Explain with the spirit and the letter in the fashion of Brahma. In this way you will be completely fulfilled and wholly pure." Vinaya Mahavagga 1:11.1

     
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    Yes sir. Buddha is a title which means 'enlightened one' or 'anointed' which was abot 500 years later, under Christianity, transformed to mean CHRIST.

    Siddharta Guatama (the one we refer to as buddha) was actually the 13th Buddha and it can be shown and proven that this is why CHRIST is nowhere to be found in the biblical scriptures, as he disappears at the age of 13 and re-appears at the age of 30, or the age (degree) of ENLIGHTENMENT.

    All the 'buddhas' prior to Siddharta Guatama, if we do a thorough research, will all be found out to be priests of one order or another.

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