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  1. Yes, @Pioneer1 Thank you for asking! I would love to and will try to do it as soon as possible. Right off though, I remember studying about Syria today, and I saw that their flag and symbolism are the very same as the ancient Assyrians, and that surprised me. I know that there are many distinct kinds of Syrians today and they are divided based on religion, however, I will go back and look at my resources again. But right off the top though and from what I remember, the term 'Assyria' was changed to 'Syria' after the time of the Neo-Babylonians about 500s BC. But prior to
  2. I wish I would have seen this post earlier! Yes, I bought a book from this community about this subject! I have not sat down to read it yet, but I can't wait to absorb it. My relatives thought that My Great Grandmother was stolen and brought over here late as well around the 1850s, but I have just confirmed her actual date of arrival. She was brought over here very late though. I just found her gravesite and it was marked by one of her many sons, my Grandfather. It took me about 30 years to piece together all of my research and then finally to find her gravesite. I am
  3. The term 'Race' is problematic, however, if scientist do not confront the government then, confusion will continue. These terms used in the past such as 'EGYPTIAN', 'NUBIAN', 'SHEM', need to be interpreted correctly in order to understand the past and how people today connect to the past. For example, the term 'SHEM' is actually not the same as 'SEMITIC' but there are scholarly resources that can bridge the gap and explain how these terms relate to each other! The ancient descendants of the Biblical Shem can be connected to the SEMITIC people of later times and can be understood with adequate
  4. Sure they can. It was done for the majority of time that governments have existed. @Troy I don't understand you. I don't understand what you mean in that governments have existed without classification of humans based on a scientific process, albeit, the terminologies that have been used may be relative though, but can you explain more what you mean? you know that I don't like to use the term 'race' but this is the term used in these modern times even on federally approved applications in just about every regard! You have to check whether you
  5. Oh WOW! Thank you for this comment and I absolutely agree. I appreciate so much what you have written. Thank you again.
  6. Oh gosh! I guess I am not an avid TV viewer. I have never heard of Ma Rainey! Yes, Viola Davis is a great actress from the little I have saw of her.
  7. @Pioneer1 In all fairness though, I do understand why @Troy has contention about the word 'race'. I understand the social construct of today as opposed to the ancient world. I looked at a link with this name 'Tahamu' or 'Tahamau' and saw only one source and from what I gather, this one source stems from a French man named Champollion, that was translated.
  8. But when the government ignores thousands upon thousands of years of certain groups of humans that have been targeted for their physical presence and oppressed, it leads to a continual oppressive existence that will only get worse. @Troy You expect White Supremacist systems to agree with you in that we humans are all 'one commodity'? They will not because, that would be impossible. But just because they use this natural process of categorizing and distinguishing certain cultures of humans for various reasons for harm does not help you if you think that we are all one commodity. That kind of th
  9. @Troy For any adequate government all over this world to not classify human based on some sort if distinguishable character would result in a failed system. They cannot ignore or erase the history of humankind by just defining us as 'one human race'! Based on all of the evils and good of the historical past, Governments that are functional cannot simply ignore classification. Absolutely not. However, Phenotype must be considered hand-in-hand with Genotype. The reality of ones phenotype is vital in all manner of scientific classification. In many cases scientist cannot con
  10. She is gone but not forgotten. Wow! This is news for me. May she rest in peace.
  11. Oh! But this is truth! There is a scientific distinction based on many levels of research, especially the DNA findings. Fossils remain and can be studied today! @Stefan Oh Wow! @Tazarah I think this quote was meant for me! Thank again! i like how this point was stressed, "while acknowledging the scientific evidence for the physical diversity of Africans." Yes, I agree in that there are physical diversities of Africans and so, it would be crucial to go back into history and better define just who the original Egyptians
  12. LOL! I guess men see other things! @Pioneer1 Get out!
  13. Ahhh! So this is the meaning of 'metaphysics'-- beyond physics. Thanks!
  14. My husband sometimes thinks that I am well, 'special' LOL because I my testimony however, he says that he believes because of it. I wrote about an experience I had that actually involved him at a time that he thought I was well, 'special' LOL and so, perhaps I will find it and share it more completely to further explain what I mean by how the Holy Spirit will confirm his presence. But this is briefly what I shared: Some years back, I had a vision that came to me 'as a flash of light', however a full statement was relayed to me. It was a voice, a man's voice. I immediately turned to
  15. This interview, with Bernard Carr, Mathematician and Astronomer of the University of London, I found to be very interesting. In fact, I listened to it over and over again due to some of the concepts that he addressed, I found to be hard to grasp initially. The question he responded to is 'Can Science and Religion be harmonized'? Carr says that he does not address the question of whether or not God exist, he rather addresses the issue of people having some sort of religious experience and/or mystical experience and, he believes that yes, this does happen and these types of spi
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