Black History Culture : Twin Pyramids found in Niger

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  1. Shalai

    Shalai Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Wow has anyone read about the twin Pyramids found in Niger? Here is the link--> http://newsrescue.com/twin-pyramids...ey-garba-nigerian-egyptologist/#axzz3AkJQUF78

    Now look at this all the way at the bottom of the page almost.''
    ebruary 29, 2012, after seven years of research on ancient Egyptian texts, including THE BOOK OF DIVINE COW, deciphered in Hausa, Nigerian researcher named SOULEY GARBA had discovered two ancient circular pyramids and a sphinx in advanced state of degradation over a wide expanse of sand from the village of Dan baki Tirmini in the town of Zinder in the east of the Republic of Niger.

    Through research, SOULEY GARBA found that Zinder, Niger’s former capital until 1926, was regularly cited in all ancient Egyptian texts as the starting point of Egyptian civilization.

    You could easily recognize Zinder card drawn for millennia by ancient Egyptians and taken over by the old settlers in 1884 when the frontier line of Black Africa, by this hieroglyphic character:


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    Now further up it says.''Garba explained that years of study of the hieroglyphic texts led him to the name of the village where he discovered the pyramid. He believes that the point of origin of humanity is in Niger. From there people spread into Chad, Nigeria, Sudan, Egypt, Yemen and Saudi Arabia. He has not attempted to explain the presence of more ancient monuments in Southern Africa, Turkey and China"
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    Now that is interesting. Now someone mentioned on another thread that they believe that the origin of human kind actually started from the west africa instead of the east. So there was a west dispersal towards the east than back from east to west. Makes perfect sense.

    Now it has always been my belief that there is untold treasures found in west-central africa that has yet to be explored. The Europoids have focused on NE Africa and cut out the rest of africa. So I'm thinking more cities and pyramids will be found more and more all over west-central africa. They have already found the 200,000 year old civilization in south africa. What else will they find?
     
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    interesting - ive always believed we fixate a bit too much on egypt / kemet - always seemed to me that even though it goes back to around 3500 bce or something thats still way to young for the first african civilisation - theres probably quite a few older civilisations out there waitin to be discovered
     
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    Seen it a year ago, but not sure what actually came of the so called discovery as no more information was released. The claim of containing more than 40,000 gold objects may have had something to do with this, but again no other details have been shared since the "discovery" in 2012.

    Zinder+pyramid[1].jpg

    Will see what can be dug up, but doubt much more can be revealed.

    "Africa" is an enormous mass of land, and coming across regions that have not been archived by modern day scholars and archaeologists is not surprising, though the inaccuracy of what and how they present it may be more surprising if we do not have a decent connection with our own existence(s).

    Ceremonial mounds can be seen across many lands and regions of the divide, the significance of this one may be more apparent as time goes on.
     
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    Exactly. I truly hoped that our black archeologist would start to focus on west africa and maybe start digging stuff up. Although I do believe that Egypt is alot older than these people lead on.
     
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    Here's a Thread I think you will enjoy Shalai, also here's a posted excerpt from that Thread giving credence to pyramids in Niger:

    "...We know exactly what you are saying. But are you speaking Truth? Kush, KMT, Nubia are cultures that are dead and gone? Then how do you explain the Dogon? How do you explain the Pyramids in Niger? How do you explain the Yoruba? How do you explain us? Kush, KMT and Nubia trace their Ancestry to West and West Central Africa, for instance when the Sahara was green and lush and also from the beginning of the Nile (in Uganda.)..."

    http://destee.com/index.php?threads...our-african-heritage.77982/page-5#post-836121


    Are You REALLY proud of your African heritage?
    Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Knowledge Seed, Oct 1, 2013.

    http://destee.com/index.php?threads/are-you-really-proud-of-your-african-heritage.77982/
     
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    we will find these ancient civilisations eventually im sure - did any of you catch the documentary that showed how large parts of the amazon rain forest were deliberately planted by an ancient indian civilisation - theres some stuff about it here....

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/lost-amazon-cities/

    by the time all the research is done i think were gonna be left with there bein ancient cities all over the world - almost....
    cuz no doubt while all this was goin on 'superior' europeans were sat in there caves starin out at the rain and wonderin if it was gonna be mammoth again for supper or if they should cook uncle Bert instead
     
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    ROFL! Well we are surely finding out that their superiority complex is their weak way at lashing out at not contributing ziltch to humanity.
     
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    Thank you! I will check out this fascinating thread. All this fascinates me. This means everyone came from west-central africa and not the other way around.
     
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    Niger, Sudan and Ethiopia were the primary countries that continually faught to restore that northeastern corner of Africa back to its rightful place ---front and center ----as the rightful source of all serious knowledge, understanding and wisdom.

    Inspite of the 3 major invasions that truly shook Ancient Sais/Ta Meri/KmT/Egypt to its core --we know from well-documented sources that the true history of this land spans back a minimum of 50, 000 according to Gerald Massey.

    Interestingly South America and western sections of Africa were once connected when the world was called Pangea.

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    If you want to know and undertand the origins of the most successful civilization point your compass in the direction of Ancient Sais/Tawi/Ta Meri/KmT/Egypt. However, on the other hand, if you wish to know and understand the origins of man point your compass in the direction of Ethiopia (Diop, The Ancient Origin of Civilization).

    African centered not Euro-centered research is a beautiful thing....


     
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    Point # 1.
    In Egypt: Child of Atlantis John Gordon asserts that the civilization of Egypt is far older than is commonly believed and was structured around forms of cosmic knowledge that involved astronomical and geographical competence that modern science has yet to attain. Building on evidence of the prehistoric existence of an ancient worldwide religious culture that extended from ancient Egypt to Tibet and China, Gordon traces the origins of Egyptian culture to the legendary lost continent of Atlantis. Based on an understanding of the Precession of the Equinoxes and its inextricable connection to human evolution, divine purpose, and the initiatory nature of Egyptian life, he concludes that the sacred esoteric tradition of the ancient Egyptians was a version of a worldwide prehistoric philosophy, of celestial origin, in which the divine being within Man was seen as a “fallen star god.”

    Egyptologists contend that ancient Egypt was a civilization obsessed with death, that its greatest monuments were tombs, and that its history dates back only some 5,000 years. In contrast Gordon suggests this civilization to have been at least 50,000 years older. Furthermore, he contends that Egypt was originally not a society obsessed with death, but one that saw in life and death an initiatory transition. This idea was followed by the entire population, which was attuned to the form and nature of cosmic evolution at all levels of being, from the highest to the most mundane. In Egypt: Child of Atlantis he reveals the cosmological and astronomical underpinnings of Egyptian philosophy and how they gave structure to the entire society.

    Point # 2. The time scale you used which our historic enemy also uses was not even that given to them by Mer-en Tehuti.

    Point # 3. Go back and study the work of the ORIGINATOR OF THE YORUBA SPIRITUAL SYSTEM and see where he said he himself came from !!!

    Point # 4. The calendar is dated at 4200 b.c. but obviously there was no civilization there to study the heavens to create it, right?

    Point # 5. Even though several Black scholars also quote the 3200 date for a dynastic Kemet, a reading of their works lets you know that they themselves don't agree to that date.

    Bottom line: Asking you anything about Kemet or other places is the same as asking a white man...cause all you do is PARROT them instead of doing the research yourself !!!!!

    Point 6. What was the date that the people of Kemet used in terms of their own age in their own writings?

    I thought so !???....meaning that you don't know JACK ish !!!
     
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