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Old 03-06-2013, 03:17 PM
 
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lol This is the reason why I've pretty much began ignoring anything that comes of out your mouth. You don't know what in the Hell you're talking about, which is evident in that you cannot and will not directly answer any of my questions. Your response to my specific questions is the same wall of uncontextualized, flawed, dated and or highly misinterpreted studies (which has already been proven to you over on the other forum) studies and unpublished thesis papers (yes thesis papers). YOU EVEN ADMIT THAT YOU HAVE NEVER EVEN READ THESE STUDIES, BUT ONLY THE SNIPPETS HANDED TO YOU BY EUROCENTRIC BLOGGERS:



You haven't even read your damn sources! This is why you cannot cite a Basil Davidson, S.O.Y. Keita or Ian Shaw (or any African scholar/Egyptologist) who will argue against the indigenous African origins of the ancient Egyptians. Your theory of some mas pre-historic migration of "Eurasians" (which you have yet to specify who they were) has been debunked for half a century now. Hell even a guy who wrote an entire book about the "flaws" of "Afrocentrism" admitted this:

lmfao an Afrocentric CRITIC wrote this, and yet you want to still pretend that the ancient Egyptians were not the result of indigenous Northeast African diversity. Here's the breakdown of those northeast Africans btw:

Confirmation that the ancient Egyptians looked like a variety of black Africans.



Your criticism of dnatribes comes from a blogger who pretends to be a East Africans running a Eurocentric blog, and NO ONE ELSE! You criticize DNAtribes but you don't say a damn thing about DNAconsultants analysis of those same Amarana pharaohs who got the SAME central African genetic matches as Dnatribes which were based on the available Str's from Hawass's study. The ancient Egyptians were originally black Africans get over it!
What a fraud you are Asante. Basil Davidson and Keita ARE NOT GENETICISTS. NOR IS ANYONE THAT YOU CITE. YOU ONLY CITE ADVOCATIONISTS.

I have posted the links to all of the studies when I can find them. The people can see for themselves.

Thje Eurasian infussion is settled science AMONGST GENETICISTS. GET USED TO IT. ANYONE CAN SEE FOR THEMSELVES, AND I AM NOT GOING AWAY. EVERYONE IS GOING TO KNOW THIS, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT.

The DNA tribes is based on fraudulent science, AND IS NOT A POPULATION STUDY ANYWAY.

I haven't misinterreted anything, I HAVE POSTED THE CONCLUSIONS AND WHEN POSSIBLE LINKS SO THAT THE PEOPLE CAN INVESTIGATE FOR THEMSELVES.

You have no connection to Egypt, are ashamed of your real ancestors, and its pathetic. There is no question about who the Egyptians were except amongst your little delusional echo-chamber of alternative reality buffoons. I am not going away, Asante. The studies will be posted wherever I find you, and the people wlll be able to see for themselves., and whenever they meet a sad loser like yourself, they will be equiped to spread the truth.

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Old 03-06-2013, 06:52 PM
 
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lol Sure Chachi by all means continue to make a complete fool of yourself.
 
Old 03-06-2013, 07:36 PM
 
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So, Unbreakable, what other things do you like to talk about?
 
Old 03-06-2013, 09:18 PM
 
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^^^ Porn sometimes
 
Old 03-12-2013, 01:58 AM
 
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lol Sure Chachi by all means continue to make a complete fool of yourself.
Back after a few days off. So, I have cited between a dozen and two dozen population genetics studies and you have cited advocationists and admitted frauds.

How does that make me the fool?

Oh wait, it doesn't Asante.

POST SCRIPT: I also see why you post under differnet aliases and lie about it: Historum is not the only forum that you have been kicked out of. You raid a forum with your nonsense, the mods kick you out or warn you no more racial threads, and then you re-invade under a different name so that you can pretend that you have never been given the warning or circumvent the suspenison.

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Old 03-13-2013, 04:29 PM
 
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If anybody does not know, yes Nubia is synonymous with Khem(Egypt) as well as Afrika if you want to get deep into it. West Afrika cultures and Ancient Khemtian (Egyptian) culture all have the same symbology, sciences, philosphy and world history. You can look up Laird Scranton for more info if you want to start somewhere, he's an independent researcher.
 
Old 03-13-2013, 11:38 PM
 
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If anybody does not know, yes Nubia is synonymous with Khem(Egypt) as well as Afrika if you want to get deep into it. West Afrika cultures and Ancient Khemtian (Egyptian) culture all have the same symbology, sciences, philosphy and world history. You can look up Laird Scranton for more info if you want to start somewhere, he's an independent researcher.
Can you provide examples of west Africans who speak the Egyptian language and use Egyptian style heiroglyphics? Also have you ever heard of the ancient Egyptians using talking drums like is found throughout west Africa?
 
Old 03-14-2013, 04:22 AM
 
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If anybody does not know, yes Nubia is synonymous with Khem(Egypt) as well as Afrika if you want to get deep into it. West Afrika cultures and Ancient Khemtian (Egyptian) culture all have the same symbology, sciences, philosphy and world history. You can look up Laird Scranton for more info if you want to start somewhere, he's an independent researcher.
First of all, you reveal where you are coming from here by the use of Khem, which the Egyptians never called their country. They referered to their country as "The two lands," Km-t and Dhs-t, the black land and the red land. Because you are perpetuaring the myth that they referred to Egypt as Khem, I think you are probably on the silly side of this.

Secondly, saying that they are synonymous is disrespectful to both. The Nubians came to adopt a great deal of Egyptian iconography, but they were a very different people. I know you are going to pull Qustul and the incense burner, but it is now generally accepted that this was just an early Egyptian import. Earlier examples of the white rown inconography have been found and since the stone it was made of was also Egyptian, it is now clear that it was just a very expensive imported grave good.

Saying that the Nubians and The Egyptians are synonymous is like saying that the Greeks and the Romans, the Chinese and the Japanese, etc. are synonymous because they interacted and influenced each other.

West Africa has nothing to do with East Africa, as the poster above has aptly pointed out. This is where people point to nonsensical superficial similarities like women urinate standing up in Egypt and parts of West Africa (I did not make this up...I saw it on an Afrocentric websight) and expouse deep connections that just aren't there.

And again, you are really disrespecting the West Africans who independently had great civilizations. Since you don't seem to know much about them, try googling Dhar Ticheitt Walata, Ghana, Mali Songhai, Chenguetti, Audoghost, Oudane, Sundiatta, Mansa Musa, Nok art, Sungbo's Eredo, Benin City walls, Nsibidi writing, Timbuktu, Gao, Sankore, just to name a few of my own favorite topics in West African history. It was a great history, it just had nothing to do with Egypt.

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Old 03-14-2013, 09:09 AM
 
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Can you provide examples of west Africans who speak the Egyptian language and use Egyptian style heiroglyphics? Also have you ever heard of the ancient Egyptians using talking drums like is found throughout west Africa?
Take a look at the dogon tribe.

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First of all, you reveal where you are coming from here by the use of Khem, which the Egyptians never called their country. They referered to their country as "The two lands," Km-t and Dhs-t, the black land and the red land. Because you are perpetuaring the myth that they referred to Egypt as Khem, I think you are probably on the silly side of this.

Secondly, saying that they are synonymous is disrespectful to both. The Nubians came to adopt a great deal of Egyptian iconography, but they were a very different people. I know you are going to pull Qustul and the incense burner, but it is now generally accepted that this was just an early Egyptian import. Earlier examples of the white rown inconography have been found and since the stone it was made of was also Egyptian, it is now clear that it was just a very expensive imported grave good.

Saying that the Nubians and The Egyptians are synonymous is like saying that the Greeks and the Romans, the Chinese and the Japanese, etc. are synonymous because they interacted and influenced each other.

West Africa has nothing to do with East Africa, as the poster above has aptly pointed out. This is where people point to nonsensical superficial similarities like women urinate standing up in Egypt and parts of West Africa (I did not make this up...I saw it on an Afrocentric websight) and expouse deep connections that just aren't there.

And again, you are really disrespecting the West Africans who independently had great civilizations. Since you don't seem to know much about them, try googling Dhar Ticheitt Walata, Ghana, Mali Songhai, Chenguetti, Audoghost, Oudane, Sundiatta, Mansa Musa, Nok art, Sungbo's Eredo, Benin City walls, Nsibidi writing, Timbuktu, Gao, Sankore, just to name a few of my own favorite topics in West African history. It was a great history, it just had nothing to do with Egypt.
Actually this was my first time using the term Khem for KMT. How do you possibly pinpoint how civilizations in Afrika were, when they were over a thousand years in antiquity? All I'll say is look at the Bantu people and their history and Ancient KMT
 
Old 03-14-2013, 10:46 AM
 
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Take a look at the dogon tribe.
Have the Dogon been determined by most Egyptologist to have a significant amount of similarities to the Egyptians in culture? If that were the case then I would think the Dogon would be of great interest to most Egyptologist.
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