Black History Culture : Pre-Historic North African History: Zingh Empire

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  1. tyab14

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    http://www.raceandhistory.com/historicalviews/ancientamerica.htm

    The ancient West African coastal and interior Kingdoms occupied an area that is now covered with dense vegetation but may have been cleared about three to four thousand years ago. This includes the regions from the coasts of West Africa to the South, all the way inland to the Sahara. A number of large kingdoms and empires existed in that area. According to Blisshords Communications, one of the oldest empires and civilizions on earth existed just north of the coastal regions into what is today Mauritania. It was called the Zingh Empire and was highly advanced. In fact, they were the first to use the red, black and green African flag and to plant it throughout their territory all over Africa and the world.

    The Zingh Empire existed about fifteen thousand years ago. The only other civilizations that may have been in existance at that period in history were the Ta-Seti civilization of what became Nubia-Kush and the mythical Atlantis civilization which may have existed out in the Atlantic, off the coast of West Africa about ten to fifteen thousand years ago. That leaves the question as to whether there was a relationship between the prehistoric Zingh Empire of West Africa and the civilization of Atlantis, whether the Zingh Empire was actually Atlantis, or whether Atlantis if it existed was part of the Zingh empire. Was Atlantis, the highly technologically sophisticated civilization an extension of Black civilization in the Meso-America and other parts of the Americas?

    One of the most ancient civilizations on earth began in the Sahara before the existance of Atlantis. According to sources, the Zingh Empire existed about 20,000 to 15,000 years ago and is the parent of Egypt, TaSeti, Nubia, Kush, Wagadu-Nok, East Indian Civilization and others.

    The Sahara and much of West and East Africa in protohistoric times was wet, rainy, very green and had a giant inland sea. On this sea, ships sailed and moved from place to place selling goods and trading. The region also had large areas of fertile lands where villages, towns and cities existed.

    According to many sources (Blisshords Communications, Zingh Empire, "Mobetter News," The History of the African Standard, South Holland, Illinois.), the Zingh Empire was the first culture to build an international empire from West Africa to the Middle East (Syria, Turkey, ect.). The Zingh Empire also established the red, black and green flag (which is still the colors of African and some Middle Eastern nations).

    The Zingh Empire was the parent civilization on earth and it was from the Zingh Empire and the Sahara itself that the earliest forms of culture and language spread from the Sahara to India, East Asia, Australia, the South Pacific, the Americas. In fact, years ago historians from Africa pointed out that groups from the Sahara migrated to the Americas and that some American Indian groups are related to Africans of the Sahara.

    Language and advanced culture also came out of the Zingh Empire and so did tools like the bomerang, bow and arrow and horticultural practices. The p-sheaf worn by some people in the South Pacific/Papua New Guinea was also worn in the prehistoric Sahara and Egypt. The first evidence of mumification in Africa also came from the Sahara and much of the civilization known as Egyptian also came out of the Sahara and Ta-Seti (Nubia-Kush) while Egypt was still a swamp. In fact years ago, an article in Time Magazine pointed out that Nubian civilization was about three thousand years older than that of Egypt. (See http://community.webtv/net/paulnubiaempire )

    There is a lot about world history that remains unknown, but if we understand that the northern part of the planet was covered with Ice and snow about 100,000 BC to 10,000 BC and that the tropics was at a stage of development, then we will realize that there is evidence of civilizations and advanced cultures that existed in the southern lands and tropics thousands of years before Egypt.



    Anyone know anything about the Zingh Empire?
     
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    tyab14,

    As you were previously advised Here - Please do not quote another authors work without permission and/or providing a link where members can read the full documentation themselves.

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    http://originalblacksofamericabeforecolumbus.blogspot.com/

    The ancient Olmecs of Mexico were originally Africans of the Manding-Shi people. These Africans were master seafarers and boatbuilders who had a trade in the Sahara when the region included a giant inland sea. The Manding-Shi (Olmecs) were only part of a great prehsitoric civilization that existed in the South-Western Sahara. This civilization is not generally known, but in many circles it is called the Zingh Empire and included an area from Senegal to Egypt. The Zingh Empire began before the Neolithic age and is known as the Sahara Aquatic Civilization. It was from the Aquatic civilization that Egypt and all other civilizations emerged. In fact the Aquatic Civilization continued in Africa in what became Dafur (Sudan) as well as the Sahara Crescent, an area of fertile highlands in the Central Sahara where the African branch of the Olmecs continued to develop their culture, while the rest of the Sahara was drying up. The ancient Zingh Empire Africans migrated in four regions: The Americas, West Africa, North Africa, Egypt/Sudan. There is strong evidence (red/black pottery, language, customs, artifacts) that some of the ancient people of the Sahara (the Anu) also migrated to India, Melanesia, SE Asia and Japan (the Black/Negroid ancestors of the Ainu).
     
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    Is this what Noble Drew Ali was speaking about when he mentioned "specifically that they are Moorish whose forefathers inhabited Northwest and Southwest Africa "
     
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    Amazigh

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    January 24, 2008
    Zahi Hawass is skeptical to DNA testing of Egyptian mummies. He stated that "From what I understand, it is not always accurate and it cannot always be done with complete success when dealing with mummies. Until we know for sure that it is accurate, we will not use it in our research

    It should be noted that including Coptic, Chadic, Somali, and many other related languages within the wider area of Northern Africa do not belong to the Semitic group but to the larger Afro-Asiatic language family. Of which the Semitic languages are a subgroup.

    The Cu****ic languages are a branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family spoken in the Horn of Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, SUDAN and EGYPT.

    Other ancient and modern Middle Eastern languages Armenian, Kurdish, Persian, Gilaki, Turkish, ancient Sumerian, do not belong to the larger Afro-Asiatic language family.
     
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    How African is North Africa?


    Seen from space, Africa is one huge and undivided landmass.

    But for some on the continent, however, the widely-held perception is of two very different regions; Africa south of the Sahara desert, or sub-Saharan Africa, and north Africa.

    For some, the dividing line is more than the Sahara - it is culture, language and even skin tone.

    North Africa is predominantly Arab and relatively more developed. Many residents identify more with the Middle East than they do with the larger part of the continent.

    Hundreds of people from the south migrate to the north in search of greener pastures - but they are often met with hostility.

    But when it comes to an African identity, some sub-Saharan Africans believe they have more claim to the continent than their northern counterparts.

    On the other hand, the formation of the African Union in 2002 was a great leap forward in the effort to drive forward common action throughout the continent.

    And issues that are crippling the continent are just as relevant in the north as the south - Egypt and Libya are suffering from greatly increased rates of HIV and Aids, just as Southern Africa is.

    ....

    Does culture and language link the region more to the Arab world, or should geography be the deciding factor?


    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/3421527.stm
     
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    Interesting.

    He writes about the Olmec in connection with Africa and the Zingh. I looked at his links am trying to find his research on dates he quotes to be 100,000 BC, and 10,000 BC and in connection with script. I think the post further down gives more incite to my questions because it raises the question of languages in regards to various kinds of people and its origins.
     
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    Good question. This a great post and even helps to understand what is going on now in North Africa, the Sudan and etc.

    I think in regards to culture and language, people have an origin and we need to research these origins and determine how these people came to be in Africa. And, I also think that in terms of geography, it does have something to do with the way people eventually organized themselves and became settled in certain regions in Africa and elsewhere.

    The earth split at one time in history, and this plays an important role in geography and how people responded to this phenomena. the Biblical reference cites the date to be somewhere around 2000s B.C. when this earth split, and in regards to this date and time, the earth was definitely populated. I could definitely imagine that this occurrence of the earth splitting would have been a major event, violent earth reaction, and that would have caused many people to uproot and migrate.

    Other historical events marked in script around that time of around 2000 BC does correlate to this date, such as in Egypt, it was the beginning period of the Middle Kingdom starting with the formation of the 11th Dynasty, and the civilization in ancient Babylon [present day Iraq] also went through a major change as well. This was the time when Greater Babylon collapsed and a new system under 'the Gudians' became powerful...

    And as far as the Zingh, they did not just appear in Africa, or the Olmec, they did not just appear in the Americas...and so in order to confirm this, there needs to be some kind of traceable history to mark their formations and organization and etc. Our history has been so lost and exploited.
     
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