Black Christians : The Dominant Presence of White People in Ancient Africa

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    HOTEL RWANDA…Tall Trees & Cockroaches?~ Biblical Translations
    The Dominant Presence of White People in Ancient Africa~ Historical Connections [part VII]
    Tetisheri-----Ahhotep I-----Ahmose-Nefertari-----Ahhotep II & Ahmose-Merytamun__Mutnofret--Isis------Merytre-Hatshepsut------Tiaa-----Mitemwiya-------Tiye-------Nefertiti---Ankhesenpaaten__Tiya [Tey]__Mutnodjmet

    Seqenenre I-------Seqenenre II-------Ahmose I-----Amenhotep I___ Thutmosis I-----Thutmosis II---Hatshepsut-------Thutmosis III-------Amenophis II-------Thutmosis IV-------Amenhotep III-------Amenhotep IV/Akhenaton & Nefertiti -----Smenkhkare & King Tut/Tutankhaten__Ay [Ag]------- Horemhab

    Nefertiti generally wore a close fitting almost diaphanous sheath dress, but was also depicted naked. In part this related to her role in the fertility cult….When the royal family moved to Armarna, Nefertiti favoured a flat-topped version of the blue war crown which she is most often associated with….However, it may be that her power exceeded even that of Ahmose Nefertari (the foundress of the eighteenth dynasty).

    For thus saith the Lord GOD, My people went down aforetime into Egypt to sojourn there;
    and the Assyrian oppressed them without cause. ISAIAH 52:4.

    For Solomon went after Ashtoreth the goddess of the Zidonians, and after Milcom the
    abomination of the Ammonites. 1KINGS 11:5.

    The Eighteenth (18th) Dynasty has been said by some to begin byway Ahmose I but in actuality and because of the dominant presence of the east world worship of women and the supreme worship of the goddess Ashtoreth, it later becomes evident that the founding of the 18th Dynasty has been attributed to east world women of whom became queens and used this position to further their agenda through the pharaohs. In other words, there was a deception that was taking place in the land of Ham and although the earlier Egyptian kings of the 18th Dynasty may have presented themselves as rulers in a land of which was dominated by the priesthood of Seth [Thebes], they were however divided based upon their dual heritage and so eventually the east world people that flocked to Egypt later gave credence to this dynastic system as being headed up by Ashtoreth and as being victorious over the original and paternal priesthood of Thebes. The beginning of the dynastic government was said to be due to the mother of Ahmose I named Ahmose-Nefertari and after the victory over the Hyksos forces was achieved, but this too has been put forth deceptively because prior to her and when it later became convenient, it was an earlier woman that finally came to the forefront as being the first and founder of the 18th dynasty. Ahmose-Nefertari, was given the credit as the foundress of the 18th dynasty and her presence as she resided over the paternal priesthood of Thebes was overlooked because she was the daughter of an Egyptian, however her earlier ancestor and the original foundress, Tetisheri, was not from the land.

    The name of Tetisheri’s father confirms that Tetisheri was a foreign women from the east and she married an Egyptian man of Thebes named Seqenenre. So it seems that in order to suppress the foreign presence of Tetisheri as being the founder of a matrilineal rule in Egypt, credit was given to Ahmose-Nefertari instead. While many Black Africans past and present are made to accept and focus on the pharaohs of Egypt, on the other hand, we are also made to accept the presence of the dominance of matrilineal rules in other parts of Africa and have otherwise become confused in regards to its origins of which stems from the east. Many of us have overlooked this prevalent issue of maternal dominance in Egypt among some dynasties because we have allowed people from other cultures to interpret the English script and make conclusions that has been presented right in front of our faces for us to read, to decipher, and to make conclusions for ourselves. Ahmose-Nefertari not only presided over the paternal priesthood in Thebes in Upper Egypt but she also dominated the throne after her son and daughter, Ahmose I and Ahhotep II, became the beginning of the dynasty. Because this part of history has been suppressed for some time, some scholars conflict with regards to the actual names of the women in power in this early time. Ahmose-Nefertari’s daughter, Ahmose-Merytamun, too became the next to sit on the throne and of whom was the mother of Hatshepsut. But Hatshepsut also represented another distinct and dominant kind of Egyptian heritage in Egypt as well. Her father, Thutmosis I, was from a dominant northeastern civilization but the Egyptians from her maternal side had become governed from a strong matrilineal line furthered by the actions of her grandmother Ahmose-Nefertari.

    As in her name, ‘Ahmose-Nefertari’ [Ah-Mose] and her earlier mother’s name, ‘Ahhotep I’, this was another confirmation that they were connected to the east and the priesthood of Yah [AH, or Yah] of which means that they were descendants of Japheth [Yapeth] and this eastern priesthood was actually headed up by the supreme goddess Ashtoreth. The Egyptian inscription symbol of ‘the moon’ that represents their name ‘Ah’ was the symbolism in connection with their eastern heritage of JapHeth and the goddess Ashtoreth. Even though Seqenenre was a Theban ruler, he, the Mene-Thebans and other earlier Egyptians were also descendants of JapHeth and again, because of their dual heritage they became a confusion towards the original Nubian-Thebans and other descendants of Ham, therefore the Hamites eventually became dominated by the priesthood of Ashteroth. This was one of the very reasons why Noah stripped his oldest son JapHeth from his birthright blessing of High Priesthood; It had to do with the wife of JapHeth in that she became the origin of the worship of Ashteroth [Ashtoreth]. Because JapHeth was still one of the three patriarchs, his male descendants still retained their inherited rights as being descendants of Noah though, and for this reason and throughout history from time-to-time there arose a constant struggle amongst the descendants of JapHeth over the issue of whether they were governed by a paternal priesthood that agreed with the western world or whether they were governed by the priesthood under Ashtoreth!

    This was the essence of the conflicts that did occur within the history of the Egyptians [ie. Gypsies] in that at times the pharaohs were dominant as male rulers and when it was convenient they would allow certain women to take authority until eventually the worship of Ashteroth became set up and took precedence. So although the maternal foundations that began byway of Tetisheri ended with the death of Hashepsut, later and through the Thutmosis dynasty, Nefertiti would emerge and she would be the ultimate image and manifestation of the goddess Ashteroth in every way and this would be why JeHovah intervened to throw down this government in Egypt that ruled over his people and other Black Hamitic-typed people that were the original people of Africa. Under this priesthood of Ashtoreth, White Supremacy had taken root in Egypt. The image of beauty had changed in the 18th Dynasty due to the actions of Black men in power of which went all the way back to the pharaoh Thutmosis III of whom blamed the problems that they began to have again from the Asiatics on the ‘Black’ Egyptian women in his court.

    In his old age and after he had already bonded with an Egyptian woman named Merytre-Hatshepsut of whom had his son and heir named Amenophis II, Thutmosis III began to bond with Asiatic women that he brought into his court and also, he took his ‘Black’ Egyptian son and went around the Egyptian court and struck out the name and images of his step-mother and earlier ruler Hatshepsut from the records and by this act, it obviously planted an image of self hatred into the psyche of his son Amenophis II. Instead of targeting the Theban priesthood’s responsibility for their allowance of foreign eastern queens to preside over the priesthood, the Egyptian men ignored this and justified their further obsessions over foreign women by placing the blame on the Black African-typed women in their courts. Hatshepsut challenged the position of Thutmosis III as being heir when he was young because unlike him, she descended directly from the Mosis line through her mother. However when Thutmosis III became an adult, he took control over Egypt regardless. Because of Thutmosis III’s actions against Hatshepsut and against his own Egyptian queen, these acts negatively affected his Egyptian son, Amenophis II, and set him up on a path of self-hatred. Because Thutmosis III exploited his own Egyptian son and showed no respect for his mother Merytre-Hatshepsut, he created a monster. Thutmosis III’s actions against the Black African-typed women becomes the marker for the next horrific movement that was to be dealt out against the many Black African-typed unsuspected women and men that were to become the victims of Amenophis II. He was the pharaoh that had the Syrian baby malefactors pulled from the arms of their mothers and thrown into the river. Amenophis II exploited ethnic women. He mocked them, subdued them, and disregarded their presence on earth as being significant. As a Thoth man, Amenophis II became the epitome of Magog as he was a bottomless pit. Magog mocks Ham. Like his father, he too put away his earlier ethnic queens and began to bond with Asiatic-typed women. He was only another confirmation that Magog, the god of human sacrifice’s supreme deity has been Ashtoreth since the beginning of his time.

    The origins of this kind of self hate though also includes the strategic presence of a Black nurturer as well, and one of whom harbors an intense form of self hate that has been projected onto her son. This kind of woman abuses the position of a mother, disregards her sons presence as being worthy as a man, uses her Black African son as a weapon against the Black race, and doesn’t realize the negative outcome of this kind of hate and control over a man. This would be the sin of Noah’s wife. They will ultimately become pawns by the system of White Supremacy. Although there has been little offered in regards to the mother of Thutmosis III named, Isis, Thutmosis III does however fit this description of being suppressed and exploited under an enabler who thought little of his worth as an ethnic man. Isis was considered a minor wife of his father Thutmosis II and was only recognized as significant after she actually died. But there was also another pivotal woman of whom was his grandmother, Mutnofret. She would have been a step-mother to Hatshepsut and perhaps also her aunt and became queen after the death of the kings first wife. Her name ‘Mutnofret’ was an ethnic name and indigenous to Africa but it was also a kind of name that had been commonly usurped by Asiatic women for ages as well. Perhaps these two women harbored envy against the royal position of Hatshepsut. Was Mutnofret an evil step-mother to Hatshepsut? Did Mutnofret exploit her grandson, Thutmosis III, and use him in order to diminish Hatshepsut’s presence? Were these two women jealous of Hatshepsut’s position as being the daughter and only survivor of the king Thutmosis I’s first wife? If mankind doesn’t recognize and claim their inheritance as men under the priesthood of God but choose to subject themselves under the dominance of this type of negative nurturer they will become abusive and attack other Black African women and men and ultimately become useful to the cause of White Supremacy. They will become subjected under the priesthood of Ashteroth and ultimately they will become cut off from God.

    Amenophis II’s son from a foreign woman named Tiaa [ie. Tiya], became the next pharaoh to rule over Egypt and she usurped the idols and images of his mother Merytre-Hatshepsut, and this son the pharaoh named Thutmosis IV, disgraced his own grandmother and dowager Merytre-Hatshepsut of whom had outlived her husband Thutmosis III. Thutmosis IV was not the original named heir but after his older brother mysteriously died, he then put forth a public document of which presented a justification as to why it was his destiny to become the next pharaoh over Egypt. This document became tied to the re-unveiling of the Great She-phoenix of which in essence includes the very presence of his foreign and Asiatic mother Tiya, the wife that he chose of which was also an Asiatic-typed woman from Mitanni named Mutemwiya, and the next royal queens to come of which were all foreign east world women. The very title ‘pharaoh’ in its origins applies to a feminine presence in that it means ‘house of’ and this definition has a direct correlation to many ancient words for its concept of coming from ‘the womb’. The word ‘pharaoh’ comes from an eastern basis and connects to a goddess as being, ‘the house’, the supreme deity from which the pharaohs comes from and of which resides over mankind as opposed to the title of ‘king’ of which has a western origin in connection with the paternal priesthood under Jehovah and due to the Egyptians of whom migrated into the land of Ham and dominated, these two distinct titles have been used interchangeably at times and has caused confusion. Nevertheless after Tiya and Mitemwiya [Mutemwiya] became the Royal Queens over Egypt it became an assurance that no indigenous woman would ever become elevated in the government under that dynastic line again. After Mitemwiya the next woman to become the royal queen to her son and pharaoh Amenhotep III was the Royal Queen Tiye. She was not royal though but came from a common background and because she was considered to be very dark skin and from the land of Nubia, she became a demise. However, her name and other facts confirms that she was not Nubian but she was a dark skinned foreign woman of the east at best.

    Queen Tiye became noted for being the first to have an idol of her erected as ‘the Sphinx’ [She-phoenix] and appropriately she became the mother of the next pharaoh to rule of which was the infamous Amenhotep IV who became later known as Akhenaten, however, he was not the original named heir. But when Amenhotep III realized that he could not be cured of his sickness and the other named heir had died then it became a realization that the son of Queen Tiye would be the next pharaoh to rule. Perhaps Amenhotep III had gotten spooked due to his obsession with having many, many White Asiatic women like his mother and of whom he brought into his courts that he bonded with and, perhaps he equated his acquired illness to his actions in that he mocked the Black presence. Apparently, he sent for the ancient Mesopotamian idol of Ishtar, a Black goddess, in hopes that this act would cure him of his illness. Historians deliberately obscure the origins of this idol goddess by their definition of it being ‘a Mitannian idol’ but technically the idol Ishtar was elevated by the original Blacks in Cush Babylon and in Mitanni she was called ‘Innani’. This was the same correlation to the Egyptian version of ‘Isis’ and in White form she had other name variations but Amenhotep III specifically sent for the ancient representation of Ishtar but soon he named his next heir to be the only son of his ethnic Royal Queen Tiye and that was Akhenaten. Prior to this decision though, Akhenaten was pushed into the background however, the connection between Egypt and the White Asiatic presence that was so desired to define their system was sustained due to the next chosen royal queen and that was Nefertiti of whom was sent directly from Mitanni when she was young and brought up in the courts of Egypt. The very first years of Akhenaten’s rule was actually dominated by the Royal Queen Nefertiti and the dowager Queen Tiye of whom orchestrated a major movement of which was to completely outlaw the Theban priesthood of which was paternal in its origins that went back to the beginning of times.

    In addition to this movement against the Theban priesthood, the royal court also made another dramatic change and that was to completely relocate their capitol from Thebes to another new location and they orchestrated a massive building project and that was to create an entirely new city and capitol area in which they renamed their new capitol city in honor of the supposedly new religion they put upon the people in Egypt to worship. In order for Queen Tiye to have been apart of this movement and to go against the ancient Nubian Theban priesthood this and other issues proves her connection to eastern origins through at least one or both of her parents. Not only was her father Yuya [Guga] a commoner but he was also elevated to become a High Priest[!] and this would be another key to the fact that they were not Nubian nor Theban at all. This Theban priesthood was on the basis of inheritance in connection with being descendants of Seth therefore in the post flood world there were other Theban priesthoods in other parts of the world which would include the original Greeks of whom set theirs up in their original lands in Europe and the Greek Isles too! The only major objections to this paternal priesthood came from the kind of people of Heth of whom worshiped Ashteroth and was of her Baal priesthood[!] and therefore, Queen Tiye and her parents were obviously not in support of the Theban priesthood at all!

    So although the Royal Queen Tiye [Titi] may have been dark skinned and had some African traits perhaps through her mother Thuya [ie. Thuth, Thoth] or etc., she was definitely not connected to the Nubians or Theban civilizations but she was eastern in every way and this was further confirmed recently by the works of recent scientific technology. Based upon her mummy and underneath her distinctfully designed Egyptian wigs that adorned her head as she was portrayed in idols made of her representations, she was said to have had red stringy hair of which has no connection to the dominant genetics of an indigenous Nubian. In addition to this was the presence of her son, the pharaoh Akhenaten of whom today scientist admit that the records and depictions of him shows that he was a giant and this correlates to his connection to the dominant presence of the Magogs and Canaanite people, an east world civilization of people, that eventually migrated into ‘the Middle East’ in early times. His depictions are said to show that he had a syndrome that became known as Marfan’s Syndrome and although there are other distinctions in regards to the presence of ancient giants, the condition that Akhenaten expressed was also connected to him having a shortened lifespan of about thirty years. But after about twelve years of Akhenaten’s rule and after the capitol was moved to their new city which became known as ‘the city of the Aten’ [ie. Armarna] suddenly, Nefertiti disappeared from the records abruptly. Cont.

    Tetisheri was the matriarch of the Egyptianroyal family of the late 17th Dynasty and early 18th Dynasty. Tetisheri was the daughter of Tjenna and Neferu. The names of Tetisheri's parents are known from mummy bandages found in TT320.[1]She was selected by Tao I the Elder, despite her non-royal birth, to be not only his wife but his Great Royal Wife.

    His maternal grandmother - Tetisherithe founding matriarch of the dynasty who was greatly honoured by her descendants.

    Queen Nefertiti; the African Queen!--a White Woman