Black People : ''Racism'' / ''White Supremacy''... Fact or Fiction?


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[QUOTE="Clyde C Coger Jr, post: 965513, member: 12718" Very true, I'm with you on all of that, btw, since we are on China, what are your thoughts on this:

Does Chinese Civilization Come From Ancient Egypt?

A new study has energized a century-long debate at the heart of China's national identity

On a cool Sunday evening in March, a geochemist named Sun Weidong gave a public lecture to an audience of laymen, students, and professors at the University of Science and Technology in Hefei, the capital city of the landlocked province of Anhui in eastern China. But the professor didn’t just talk about geochemistry.

He also cited several ancient Chinese classics, at one point quoting historian Sima Qian’s description of the topography of the Xia empire — traditionally regarded as China’s founding dynasty, dating from 2070 to 1600 B.C.

Northwards the stream is divided and becomes the nine rivers,” wrote Sima Qian in his first century historiography, the Records of the Grand Historian. “Reunited, it forms the opposing river and flows into the sea” ... Campaign&utm_term=Flashpoints



EXACTLY Clyde, which would also explain why I saw more people with what would be regarded as “African” facial attributes despite their sometimes very white skin in Beijing back in 2012, than I did in Addis Adaba in 1992, my only visit to Ethiopia/Africa, wouldn’t it?

“4. Is the SHENSI province the only location of pyramids in China?

Thus far the only pyramids that have been reported appear to be those of the Shensi Province in Central China. It is possible, however, that others exist but have not yet been revealed to the public.

5. How may the pyramids be described?

Some of the Chinese monuments resemble many of the flat-top pyramids of Central America. Among them, "The Great Pyramid of China," located in the city of Xian, is the largest in the world. This structure, which is estimated to be 1,000 feet high, stands in a huge complex of sixteen pyramids in a zone forbidden to the public. (For purposes of comparison, the Great Pyramid of Egypt is 450 feet high)

Most of the Chinese pyramids appear to be covered in soil. Others appear to be made of clay or stone.

When Gaussman, the American pilot, landed in China in the Spring of 1945, he was stunned at the majesty of the pyramid that he discovered there:

Directly before him was a gigantic white pyramid that shimmered as if it were made of metal (Limestone casing, like that on the Great Pyramid of Giza, can also shimmer in the right sunlight.) The most remarkable thing was the pyramid's capstone. It was a huge jewel-like material that he thought was made from crystal.(9)

Tradition holds that some of the later pyramids were used as tombs for Chinese emperors. But such stories are few, and cannot explain all of China's pyramids.

6. How old are the Chinese pyramids?

Chinese archaeologist Wang Shiping of Xian estimates that theyare 4,500 years old. Ancient Buddhist texts and other surviving documents suggest that the monuments are over 5,000 years old.

7. What is the orientation of the pyramids?

Professor Shiping has revealed some interesting facts in this regard:

· One of the recently discovered pyramids is located "at the exact geographical middle point of the country..."

· As a rule the pyramids are oriented toward the stars.

· The earliest pyramids were oriented with their main axis east-west, but in later centuries they were all oriented north-south.(10)

We shall keep our MAAT readers abreast of developments in the ongoing saga of the secret pyramids of China.


(1)Graham Hancock, Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization, New York, Crown Publishers, Inc. 1995, pp. 354-6, 355, 440, 442-9, 447, 450-2, 497.

(2)Chiekh Anta Diop, The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality? New York, Lawrence Hill & Co., 1974.

(3)Ivan Van Sertima (Ed.), Egypt Revisited, New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1993.

Ivan Van Sertima (Ed.) Egypt, Child of Africa, New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers, 1995.

Ivan Van Sertima (Ed.), African Presence in Early America, New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1993.

Runoko Rashidi (Ed.), African Presence In Early Asia, New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1995.

(4)Van Sertima, The African Presence In Early America.

(5)James Brunson, "African Presence In Early China," in The African Presence In Ancient Asia, Ivan Van Sertima (Ed.)., p.133

(6)Ibid., p. 135

(7)China's Secret Pyramids," in Atlantis Rising, Number 11, p. 25.

(8)Ibid., p. 58.

(9)"The Secret Pyramids in China," in The New Millenium, Volume 1, number 3, pp. 30-31.

(10)"China's Secret Payramids," p. 58.

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