Black People : DARK-SKINNED Washutaw Muurs: Real Native Americans

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  1. Bast Bastet

    Bast Bastet Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    DARK-SKINNED Washutaw Muurs: First Real Native Americans!

     
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    Are you a non-black person?..lol...i supposed you think you're being facetious. however this is not the same thing......
     
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    When the Earth was called Muu Le Muria Washutaw Muurs 2/4

     
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    In the process of gathering info on glaciation for a report I was doing for a class,I ran across some of this same information. Pangea was the name given to this single continent on Earth during the Permian Era. I looked up the name out of curiosity and found that it's a Greek word meaning "all land".

    What this article said that over a period of 25 million years(I think), Pangaea responded to volcanic activity, earthquakes that caused this land mass to break into two super continents.

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    Are the Freedmen Descendants (of the so called five 'civilized' nations) indians?

    The Northeast Coast peoples aka the Pequot etc.??

    Etc. etc. etc.

    And your very notion of dark skinned Washutaw Muurs (sic) being the only 'real' indians is by its very nature divisive etc.

    Simply put:

    Most (if not all) black indian mixes don't accept (and do reject) any attempt to rewriting American Indian history from a black revisionist perspective...

    I say and write for the record that I do on general principles...

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    Actually the earth is still in the process of growing and it has been for millions of years. The land began to separate because of the expansion of this planet. As this planet continue to group so will the distance from continent to continent.

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    Who exactly are the Muurs and what noted Black scholars are there that can provide further reference?
     
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    Those so called noted black scholars dispute everything the Van Sertina's etc. claimed about those aformentioned folk...

    I feel and think the truth lies somewhere between idle speculation and underremported verifiable facts, i. e., since the black/indian connections go back to at least the mingling of black and indian slaves in those ole slave quarters, etc.

    So do read or reread William Katz's book on the subject of 'black indians', and be cautious/wary etc., when it comes to certain black indian groups and/or who come across to me as surrogates for all of our peoples true enemies...

    Not all black indian groups etc. are for us either!

    I. e., think the RNA with feathers on, and how backward ad naseum for anybody to dare suggest creating a new (mini) nation on the lands the whites stole from my indigenous relations, too...

    Also do check out the history of the Indian Removal Act of 1830 and then reconsider where those RNA separatists intended to resettle their followers during the seventies etc.

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    Those what Black scholars?

    no names here mentioned

    The Question was specifically in regards to this above mentioned group called Muurs, that I have not read about in William Laurenz Katz "Black Indians" or Ivan Van Sertima's "They Came Before
    Columbus"

    Also I have never been aware of any quarells or disagreements with van Sertima or his works from

    Dr Clarke
    Dr Ben
    Ashwa Kweisi
    Dr Molefe Asante
    Ishakamusa Barashango
    Sheik Anta Diop
    Anthony Browder
    Ian Carew
    Professor Scobie
    Professor Mackie
    Dr Runoko Rashidi
    Dr Leonard Jeffries
    or Professor Smalls
     
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    Chuck:

    Yes...

    Obviously you have a lot of free time etc. on your hands...

    But...

    I'm writing and speaking from personal and life experiences, i. e., including having kicked it with a few African Native American reserachers/etc., who didn't or don't take him or his work all that seriously, while I consider the theories of Van Sertima etc. little more than idle speculation etc.

    And add to that:

    I don't associate the words African Native American with anybody on your list!

    I and me and mine define who we are and are about:

    Even those on your list didn't and don't get or have their right to redefine us...

    :SuN044:
     
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