Black History Culture : Interesting portraits of the European Nobility and Kings

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    This was the lost thread I was moaning about, and wondered why I could post a thread as a guest and then it was cut.
    I'm sorry I misunderstood your way of doing things.
    Next the first person who adressed me on this forum
    was not friendly and reminded me of all the haters I found on the 50 forums I paid a visit,
    just like your regular popular evangelical minister who makes a speaking tour.
    I'm not a minister and I ain't a christian,
    though I might talk about christianity.
    I find people posting blue blood information
    on some forum i do not yet know,
    and I stop by.
    Just like I found Destee.com,
    because Cherryblossom summoned me here.
    But I'm in a hurry because I want to liberate Blacks in 2012 or 2013.
     
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    Bless your heart. This Valdez person is not my source on anything, The important point I'm making is that afrocentrism has been hijacked by the enemy, and they use Blacks, who they pay well, to go on distorting the truth.

    This queen came form a family that I call a fixed mulatto nation, and she might be one of the few members showing classical african facial traits, proof of pure blood, as proof that they were noble. But the portraits can never be taken at face value.

    Jane Austen based Fanny Price from Mansfield Park on Dido Elisabeth Longsay. Fanny in the book is a mulatto too.

    Kindly understand new sources and looking differently at old sources. Using common sense too. Charlotte Sophie was no exception, the whole of nobility and royalty was brown or black of complexion. They identified as Black with little Moors, not real people, but symbols of blue blood.

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    The same person, looking completely different, whitened, but with a Moor symbolising high birth, blue blood, old nobility stock, Black Supremacy. She is served by her noble status, finds a good marriage with the king of Britain, George III of Hannover.

    http://www.oocities.org/henrivanoene/genbritain01.html

    http://www.royaltyguide.nl/images-families/welfen/hannover2/1776 Mary.JPG

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    Princess Mary of Hannover, daughter of Charlotte Sophie of Mecklenburg and George III.
    Prints like these were made after paintings, we no longer get to see. The dark shading is dark complexion. The painting showed her dark complexion.
     
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    All Africans were called either Moor or Ethiopian for centuries throughout Europe.

    In support of this, I provide Dr. Anton Wilhelm Amo (1703 - 1759), a Ghanian, through his treatise the Rights of Moors (Africans) in Europe.

    It is been fairly difficult for me in attempting to obtain a copy of this treatise.
     
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    Thank you. For you and I to have a meaningful conversation I should state that we are going to change the world.
    In my research Moors are the Blacks we find in westen art who most of the time do not depict a real person, but are a symbol.
    Just like Lady liberty is not a person.
    Next people from Ghana are bound to be Black,
    so of little interest in this context where I'm only
    looking for Black Europeans who were kings and nobles.

    The little Moors are not persons, nor servants, nor slaves to show how rich these people were.
    This is nonsense, to hide European Blacks ruling whites in Europe. Next a painter did not need to have a Moor in front of him
    to be able to create a Moor.
    Like you can draw a house from knowledge and memory.
    These portraits are not photo's,
    they are loaded with symbolism.
    As you can see she does not resemble Charlotte Sophie at all,
    so we need not look for blackness in many portraits.
    I prefer the decriptions, and her blackness was described many times.
    'A true mulatto face.'
    Not a mulatto, but a mulatto type.
     
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    It is interesting how they have erased our history.

    We need to keep sharing OUR perspectives through books and other form of media so our voices won't die.
     
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    I wonder what she was pointing at with her left hand.(?)

    Symbolism? I'm not equipped at all to notice the symbolism in these portraits. Would you mind sharing them? Or is it just the symbolism of nobility that you're speaking of?

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    her white face symbolises beauty. I do not believe she was abeauty really.
    The ermine wrap means royaly, a white field dominated by a few black dots, Black superiority.
    the Moor means blue blood.
    the flowers mean love, marriage or something.
    the picture looks cropped, she is pointing at something.
    and god knows what other symbolis.
    just feed her name in google and look at the many ways she was portrayed. People get really hung up on one portrait and look for blackness, and get all confused. when you follow all the portraits and descriptions you might wager what she really looked like. her complexion was brown.
     
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    Egmond Codfried ... please don't put on us, your experiences from other forums, for we are not them.

    As i explained previously, none of your posts were deleted.

    Additionally, calling folk names here is a rule violation, but folk "hating" is not a rule violation, in and of itself.

    If you find someone here that is difficult to deal with, it's best to put them on ignore.

    Of course, if you think they are violating any of our higher standards, please report that activity to us.

    If you have any questions let us know.

    Much Love and Peace.

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