Black People : So Where Does the word 'AFRICA' Come From?

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    So Where Does the word ‘AFRICA’ Come From?
    KAEFRE [Chephren]--4th Dynasty Seth King--2500s-2400s BC

    Phrygians [Ephrygians]--Frisians--Ephesus--Keftui--Priam [Epriam]
    --Pheobus--Phiops [Ephi-op; Pepy, 6th Dynasty] –EPHRAIM--Ephratah--
    PhrenologyFrench--Kaffir
    --Kaffiyeh--Afghanistan--Caphtorim--Shepseskaf --
    Freedom [Dominion of the Free]--Friday...


    It’s true. Kaefre [Chephren], the Seth king of the 4th Dynasty did come after Kemet so, the continent of Africa would have been [B]‘the land of Kemet’ [/B]just as some Muslim scholars do attest. So why did the continent of Africa become known by the name of the 4th Dynasty king, Chepren, instead of Kemet? Umh? But also, not only do the aboriginal descendants of Ham in the African continent connect to this name but, so do some of the early Greek cultures such as ‘the Phrygians’ and ‘ the Ephesians’. Well in order to understand how this change may have occurred, history during the lifetime of Kaefre and prior history needs to be considered. Like Cheops, Kaefre became one of the Giza pyramid kings, in fact, it was Cephren’s pyramid that THE GREAT SPHINX was situated in front of. Chephren became the face that many came to believe the Sphinx was carved to represent and part of this belief too, ties into why the name of ‘Kaefre’ became the very word for ‘FREEDOM’ [based upon my research]. In essence, Kaefre was a man that ‘freed his people’ from the hardships created by the earlier king, his own father, Cheops, who caused the once jubilant Seth people to become suppressed again under his rule. But then too, the origin of the problems that Cheops created did not even start with him. It goes back much farther before him and so, in order to understand where the name of ‘AFRICA’ came from and how the king KAEFRE became so famous that his works reaches all the way down through thousands and thousands of years and up to this very day, we have to go back beyond the time of the Giza pyramids and beyond the 4th Dynasty. Of course, it would take many books to write about history so far back and how it would apply to Africans and African Americans today but, here is a start.

    Based upon an earlier research that I had shared, the name ‘Ka’ as in the name of ‘Kaefre’ reveals that the descendants of Seth existed for a very long time under the descendants of Cain even in their own inherited lands of the South World. The word ‘Ka’ means ‘the essence of God’ or ‘the ka of the living God’ and is a holy name that defines Cain as being the first born son of Adam. Although Cain fell from grace because he murdered his own brother Abel [Hebel], the descendants of Cain retained this name and when they came to dominate the Seth people during the 3500s-2500s BC, a ‘ka name’ was given to their subjects such as in the names, Kanofer and Canoe [Noah]. So perhaps the name of ‘Kaefre’ could be defined as ‘the Essence of Freedom’. The name ‘Chephren’ encompasses another aspect of the man, Chephren. The word ‘Khepri’ connects to ‘the beetle’ or ‘scarab’ which becomes a major part of Egyptian history.. It was during this time that the scarab became ‘a royal symbol’ and became apart of script in which royal kings and queens eventually captured their name titles in ‘cartouches’. A word, a phrase, a sentence or, an idea became separated into cartouches or, an oval shaped, scarab-like outline and could be read forward and backwards or either, up and down. The word ‘Khepri’ becomes attached to this amazing script form and also encompasses an idea that the scarab beetle [black beetle] or ‘dung beetle’ represents ‘creation from whence we came’. But long before Chepren’s time, problems arose amongst the world of Kemet and spilled over into his lifetime. According to several Egyptologist, Chephren became apart of this struggle in the royal court that he lived within that in fact, reached back to the lifetime of Seneferu, his ancestor and founder of the 4th Dynasty. Chephren became apart of a struggle amongst his bi-racial brothers for the crown, a struggle of which he lost out originally--at least two times.

    At first glance, history becomes confusion because the interpretations of past scripts are done to suit the adversary, but the truth can be found through the research of words and scriptures and by cross referencing other records. Seneferu was the great founder of the 4th Dynasty and he was kemet [black]. Some scholars wonder if he was as his name represents ‘a Beneficent king’ meaning, ‘beneficial, nice and a peacemaker’ in regards to mankind. That would be partly true. Seneferu was also ‘a peacemaker’ in the sense that he was ‘a Sem priest’ meaning, he was ‘a warrior king’. A Sem priest could go to war but not ‘a high priest’. For this reason and many others, this would be why Seneferu was more than likely the younger brother of Imhotep, the high priest. Also, based upon the long lifespan of mankind in those days, the reason why there would be no tomb found for the famous Imhotep amongst the 3rd Dynasty burial grounds has to do with the probability that he did not die! Imhotep would have been the very mind behind the coup d’etat! Seneferu instituted a new name system, the Nebty names [Ben-neb, in reverse script, ancestral names or, ‘Black names’]. And so amongst the names of the other priest during Seneferu’s time period was the name of his high priest, Neferhotep! Together they would be defined as NEFERHOTEP & SENEFERU [Nefer or, Beneficent], the Beneficent High Priest and the Beneficent king [Sem priest]!

    Seneferu overthrew the 3rd Dynasty after something happened to the last ruler Huni. Many scholars offer much confusion about this takeover but the Egyptians were known to be strict about recording history and therefore, the translations are probably the problem; not the script. As his name reveals, Huni could have been linked to either the Cainites or the Sethites but was no doubt connected to Cain [Enoch-Cain], the ancestral line of the 3rd Dynasty. Obviously, he was not liked and probably detested by the Thebans. When Huni was slain, his death led to a civil outbreak and Seneferu emerged to head up the Thebans. He led them to a complete victory. Again, Imhotep was more than likely behind this take over because the Sem priest has to receive the blessing from the high priest for actions such as war and defense. After Seneferu took control of a new dynasty, the Seth world emerged to do great wonders. However, this story does not end on a good note.

    Seneferu was awesome! He truly was incredible. He becomes the very man to take the architectural wonders of Imhotep to even greater heights. Seneferu was the man behind the perfection of the Giza pyramids. He was the beginning of many new architectural innovations that reached all the way to the ancient Americas even in that time! The Seth people loved Seneferu so much so, they did anything he wanted. They did it for their king. But eventually, Seneferu erred and he paid the price with his life. Egyptologist say that his death was a mystery that will probably never be solved but, I think it will. Before his mysterious ending though, a pyramid was made for him and at some point during its construction, the people began to murmur against Seneferu and his high priest. Because of the financial burden in attempts to build ‘the perfect pyramid’, Seneferu fell out of favor but here would be the twist.--The negative reaction came from his court! And, his biracial sons became another ruse in this royal court of Seth!

    Based upon my opinion, I strongly believe that this was the very situation that sent NOAH away from Egypt into the mountains of Turkey to build the GREAT ARK. How can you be 500 years old and start a family!? Did Noah lose his first family due to a violent civil insurrection? Should it not seem intriguing that the lives of both Imhotep and the Biblical Noah match so precisely to the time period of the Great Pyramid of Saqqara and etc? I strongly believe that NOAH and IMHOTEP are one and the same man. And, Seneferu was the younger brother of Noah. Did Noah escape harm from a violent UP RISE that surrounded to the death of Seneferu? Of course, there has to be more to this story and, it links to the struggles and victories of Kaefre, their descendant. And so, the very acts and deeds of Kaefre’s ancestors became an important part of his life challenges.

    Now after the mysterious death of Seneferu, the next king of Seth was his son, Cheops, of whom the later aboriginal Greeks hated. They write that he was an awful man who put the Seth world back in suppression. Cheops [Khufu] was also written to be a negative man by modern Egyptologist as well. One author writes that he was definitely hated even back in those days by the people he ruled over. They write that Cheops chose one of his ‘royal titles’ that revealed right away exactly how he was going to suppress the people even before he did it! The royal title was ‘Horus the Horite’ [Horuy] and ‘horite’ means ‘white’. Modern Egyptologist make it clear that Cheops was not white and that he had “thick” traits that proved his lineage. However, he was the son of the high queen ‘Hetepheres’ and this then was the problem. The name, ‘Hetepheres’ attaches her to ‘the Cainites’ [Heth, Kheth; or metalsmiths]. Scholars say from the few depictions found of Cheops, he clearly had thick lips, a thick jaw and other traits that prove he looked like an ethnic Sethite man but . . . the translators of today are deceptive. They omit the words that would help us to understand the whole truth. Cheops became influenced by his mother and by the people of his mother. And after the death of Cheops, his sons quarreled for the throne and that brings us to Kaefre [Chephren].

    Initially, Chephren lost out to at least two of his half-brothers, namely, Baefre and Djedefre and perhaps, Djedefhor. But soon, Chephren who was written to be the rightful heir anyway, was finally crowned the king of Seth. The depictions of Chephren’s mother shows her with a modest afro that shapes her golden brown face and like her, Chephren also had an afro and was brown in complexion. Furthermore, Chephren’s head queen was Seth. Her name was written as Khamerer* [var. mother]. Chephren became ‘the freer for his people’ and the life of the suppressive work gangs that were exploited to build the pyramid of Cheops was changed. The treasury that was exploited by the royal court of Cheops ended and it would be during this time that the SPHINX was carved to take on the image of a man whom some say was obviously Chephren. And although the 5th Dynasty rose to attack other good things that came of the 4th Dynasty, Chepren and his grandson, Shepseskaf of the 4th Dynasty became known as being beneficial to mankind. Kaefre became the man who governed, the Dominion of the Free.

    First Printed, January 2009 [Edited]

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    *Khamerer—Some Egyptologist write that she was the mother and some write that she was the wife of Chephren showing that it was a Nebty name
     
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    “On his coronation, Cheops added three new names to his princely title. . . As his Golden Horus name, he chose Horuy, the Horian. These names were not selected at random, they foretold the tendencies of the reign. Cheops did great things and was a demanding and authoritarian master.” p. 21.

    Montet P., Lives of the Pharaohs, The World Publishing Company, London, 1968

    *Note: both the names ‘Horuy’ [Horus] and ‘Horian’; refer to ‘white’The letter 'y' is a replacement letter.

    Modern day [white historians] manipulate script to suit their purpose. While they try to maintain a storyline to maintain records, they manipulate certain words to hide the whole truth. This kind of deception is what causes so much confusion in regards to ancient Black History. So, when contrasting, comparing and reading certain words in context, the truth can surface. The other accounts about Cheops [Khufu] show a pattern, evidence, in which agrees with certain statements about him.

    Most historians write that Cheops was a cruel tyrant and that he was hated by the Seth people he ruled. He was written to also drain the treasuries and put the government in a financial strain. The aboriginal Greeks hated him as well and did not write in his favor. But as heir to the throne and after his father’s mysterious death, Cheops was selected to reign as the next Seth king of Egypt.

    The father of Cheops, Snofru [var. Seneferu], overthrew the Third Dynasty and did away with the coronation names that were Cainite name titles [Ka names] and instituted a new name system called ‘Nebty’ or ‘Black Names’ [Neb-Ben; Ben names]. Sneferu had only one name, that of his birth name. But because the mother of Cheops was white [Hetepheres], her son, Cheops, connected to the traditions of the very dynasties that Seneferu overthrew. Therefore, Seneferu’s marriage to a white queen led to an unraveling of everything he once fought to be free from. Cheops re-instituted the Ka names [hence; Kawab, Kaefre] and, the Horus names and the Golden-Horus names of which he actually merged into one concept.

    Chephren [Kaefre] finally became the crowned king after his half-brothers who were at first chosen over him.
     
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