Issembly For Rastafari Iniversal Education
I salute a Man who lives up to his name. WHAT A POST. Enlightenment and upliftment, well done King, well done.
You have provided some links that I have been looking for. Many years ago, one of my aunts told me that some words from our language (Yoruba) were written on the walls of pyramids in Kemet. I was just a boy then and I had several other things in play,so I heard her but I did not really HEAR her. Several years later, I came across a work by Chiekh Anta Diop (The Cultural Unity Of Black Africa) in which he elaborated on what my aunt had said.
One of the methods that he used was to take key words from different geographical locations and show how these words were used to represent the same concepts by peoples that the fraud currently presented as 'history' would have us believe are not related.
I will say nothing further about this 'history' and it's perpertrators because I believe that other than identifying them, the next appropriate action that should be taken concerning these tricksters is to ignore them. Present ISTORY and if they come with counter arguments, ignore them, after all, what you say is not meant for thier deaf ears. Who would plant seeds on barren ground?
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