This Who We Be!

Discussion in 'Honoring Black Ancestors' started by decipherx1, Oct 17, 2009.

  1. decipherx1

    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Greetings Fam, I know many of you already know this info,
    but this video is just a reminder of WHO we are, and never let
    anyone else define your history for you Hotep.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYXE3tnXVKo
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa and Truth!




    Great stuff dechiperx1, for real:


    Here is a thread link you will enjoy, titled; Blacks in the Bible:


    http://destee.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60415


    Peace In my brother friend!

     
  3. decipherx1

    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    T.Y. brother I had a book on that subject at one time, but I am ALWAYS willing to learn more , I'm going to check it out now.
     
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    Take your time dechiperx1.

     
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    great post
     
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    Good stuff decipherx1.

    In a book titled " great african thinkers: cheikh anta diop", co-authored by van sertima, one of the things that the book talks about is how he and his partner obenga went to the unesco conference in cairo of, if I recall the year, 1976, and dismantled the detractors arguments regarding the ethnic origin of the antiquitous kemetans/nile valley civilization.

    I would recommend (if you don't have it), diop's "african origin of civilization: myth or reality" & "precolonial black afrca", j.g. jackson's "christianity before christ", and dr. ben's "africa: mother of western civilization".
     
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    T.Y. I will brother.
     
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    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    T.Y. BROTHER.
     
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    decipherx1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    T.Y. brother I have Diop and Dr Ben books in my modest libary, the others I will have to catch up on in my reading time. I had a chance to speak w/ Dr. Sertima on the phone one time when he was teaching at Rutgers University, may he RIP, he was a VERY hyper brother, and thought I hung up on him one time, lol.
    I was saying: "No... No... Dr. Sertima that was not me, after he calmed down, we spoke for a few about my findings in History, and he said it could be historical, but did not undertsand what I talking about when I sent him the info,(I would not have understood either looking back in hindisght lol) but he gave me great advice about researching, and I still follow his methods to this day. :)