Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: Re: Answers (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
Date: Tuesday, 11 October 2005, at 3:19 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Answers (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
You said: “ you see human nature for every opinion, there is another that will either counteract, or try to counteract the other, i don't see ones trying to build on wisdom, knowledge, and understanding, i see ones using someones personal way of life based on the history they research, just to cancel out the other, yeah its like i'm wrong your right thing going on, that's the semantics i see here all around the board whatever the subject. “
“ it seems many things here don't seem to be getting at the truth, but more a fight of who's got the most knowledge of Kemet and how void the Hebrew story is, and how real the Kemet history is, this is not getting to the truth this is semantics to make a individual feel inadequate by canceling their knowledge out as folklore, myth, and allegory, yet again this is just human nature in performance no one likes to be proven wrong, and thats human nature. “
* I don’t want to be hopelessly ignorant, I don’t spend too much time living in the fantasy world (the bible)because it has issues with the facts. I am an avid Black Nationalist intellectual and welcome debate in the course of ideological struggle because when things get irrational (based on non-scholarly research) it usually indicates that one looses a cool and deep thinking and often moral standard. Pure Knowledge flow freely as the Rays of the Third Eye illuminate one's path while the ignorant or the falsifier is left stumbling in the dark pit of his desperation... No, my brother I don’t inform myself just to cancel you out….
You said: “ that said as so many have said time will reveal if the socalled,folklores, lengends, myths, and allegories, were really real or not, that's basic knowledge, time will trully tell for who will be still be alive to see if the things they saw and held dear, will tell to be true or false. “
* And you still don’t know…Whew!
The story of the Hyksos Bible is clearly mythmaking. The reality is that KMT well documented history. There is no evidence from the records of the Kemetians themselves that the events of "lost" Hebrews or Israelites tribes ever occurred, either archaeologically or documentarily in the manner in which the bible describes the events. Why does your non-sense Hebrewism never add up to any other culture surrounding it to validate your stories? I always have methodical ways of looking and examining problems and issues. Why would I want to be hopelessly ignorant?
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