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Reclaiming our Heritage from Ancient Kemet

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Ancient Africa or Afruika holds the greatest secrets of our past. Afruika was the cradle of civilisation and the greatest empire ever established on earth was in Kemet, established by Africans, the Kemet people. To put the case on point, the greatest evidence to show Africans were once a kingdom is infused in our culture.

 

The ancient Greeks acquired their education from centuries of established Kemet educational systems. The biblical empires of Mesopotamia and Palestine were offshoots of the Kemet civilisations too, just as the United States of America is an offshoot of the European/British civilisations.
 

Read the beginning of an empire of Kemet and get to know how it emerged.  

 

Adventures of Kemet: The Rite of Passage

Awesome read. You get teleported back to Afruika and be one with Ibo, as he goes through his rite of passage into adulthood. #folktales 
@KinyaTene https://amazon.co.uk/dp/B081QFJLV8/

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6 hours ago, Guest Kinya-Tene said:

Afruika

 

I'm unfamiliar with this spelling, where does it come from?

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Kinya

Welcome to the site.

 


 

The ancient Greeks acquired their education from centuries of established Kemet educational systems. The biblical empires of Mesopotamia and Palestine were offshoots of the Kemet civilisations too, just as the United States of America is an offshoot of the European/British civilisations.


You're right that the Greeks (Heleens) acquired much of their education from Kemet.

When the Caucasians were being civilized in the mountains and were slowly being brought out, some of the smartest ones were taken to Black civilization centers like Kemet or Indus Valley and given some basic knowledge of civilization and then sent back to the Caucasus or Europe to establish temples (educational institutions) among their own people.




 


Troy

Thanks for asking that question because I was curious of that one myself.

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