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The Black Man: Father of Humanity and Civilization
Now keep this in mind; the science of anthropology in 1900 is in its early stages. Most of it is entrenched in white supremacy. Therefore, early white scientists were working to present a “race origin theory” that made Black people inferior. And their false white supremacist information disconnected the origin of humanity to Africa, especially Kemet (Egypt) and the Nile Valley.
But by the 1950s, white paleontologist scientists began to concede to the facts of evidence (proof) that Africa is the birthplace of humanity and civilization. White scientists like Louis S. B Leaky discovered some of the oldest human bones in the world in Kenya, Africa.
Just recently Zoë Corby wrote an article titled Meave Leakey: Definitely, Africa is Where it All Began. It was published on Saturday, November 21, 2020. Corby interviewed Dr. Meave Leakey. She writes:
In 1974, a paleontologist scientist named Dr. Donald C. Johanson discovered the world’s oldest human bones in Ethiopia, Africa that trumped the ones found in Tanzania in 1959. The human bones he discovered were that of a Black woman. Dr. Johanson called her ‘Lucy.’
In a TIME Magazine article published on Wednesday, March 4, 2009, Lauren E. Bohn titled her piece Q&A: ‘Lucy’ Discoverer Donald C. Johanson. She writes,
“Paleoanthropologist Donald C. Johanson is the man who found the woman that shook up our family tree. In 1974, Johanson discovered a 3.2 million-year-old fossil of a female skeleton in Ethiopia that would forever change our understanding of human origins. Dubbed Australopithecus afarensis, she became known to the world as Lucy.”
It is also for certain that Master Fard Muhammad, the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, and Father Allah discredited white supremacist race theorists decades ago by teaching that the origin of Asiatics and humanity is the Blackman.
Now with all this high science, I discussed, the one thing that remains an actual fact about the 120 lessons, the Asiatic Blackman is the original man of Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Europe, the Pacific Isles, Australia, North America, and South America. Our people populated the entire planet earth with human beings and with civilization.
Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop and The African Origins of Civilizations
Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop, who lived from December 29, 1923, to February 7, 1986, became a world-renowned historian, Egyptologist, scientist, and political theorist from Senegal, Africa in the 1980s. Dr. Diop had the intellectual temerity to say to the world that Kemet (Egypt) and her people were autochthonous to Africa.
He was known for his carbon testing on mummified Kemetic people. His results proved that the Kemetic people were in fact, Black people. It is reported that he once said: “The ancestors of the Blacks, who today live mainly in Black Africa, were the first to invent mathematics, astronomy, the calendar, sciences in general, arts, religion, agriculture, social organization, medicine, writing, technique, architecture.”
Dr. Diop wrote many books. One of his most important texts is The African Origins of Civilizations: Myth or Reality, which was published in 1976, Dr. Diop documents with sound data, evidence, and research on Africa’s contributions to the world’s civilizations and religions. He begins his arguments on Africa’s role in the development of the world’s civilizations and religions starting with Kemet.
In Kemet, the world found its pathway to civilization and religiosity.
In the preface of the book on pages XIV-XV, Dr. Diop writes, “the ancient Egyptians were Negroes ( in the 1970s, the world still called Black people negroes). The moral fruit of their civilization is to be counted among the assets of the Black world. Instead of presenting itself to history as an insolvent debtor, the Black world is the very initiator of the “western” civilization flaunted before our eyes today.
Pythagorean mathematics, the theory of the four elements of Thales of Miletus, Epicurean materialism, Platonic idealism, Judaism, Islam, and modern science are rooted in Egyptian cosmogony and science. One need only to mediate on Osiris, the redeemer-god, who sacrifices himself in death and is resurrected to save mankind – a figure essentially identifiable with Christ.
A visitor to Thebes in the Valley of the Kings can view the Moslem inferno in detail (in the tomb of Seti I, of the Nineteenth Dynasty), 1700 years before the Koran. Osiris at the tribunal of the dead is indeed the “lord” of revealed religions, sitting enthroned on Judgement Day, and we know that certain biblical passages are practically copies of Egyptian moral text.”
The Nation of Gods and Earths are not the first people to call the Blackman God and the fathers of civilization. Our ancient Kemetic (Egyptian) ancestors were the first people to teach that the Black man can be God through mastering the arts and sciences in their school system called the Mystery schools. White men became students of Kemetic schools. They took that knowledge from Kemet, studied it, mastered it, and then made themselves Gods on earth today. The Masonic order has its origin in Kemet. The Fraternities and Sororities have their origins in Kemet.
“The term Greek philosophy, to begin with, is a misnomer, for there is no such philosophy in existence. The ancient Egyptians had developed a very complex religious system, called the Mysteries, which was also the first system of salvation.As such, it regarded the human body as a prison house of the soul, which could be liberated from its bodily impediments, through the disciplines of the Arts and Sciences, and advanced from the level of a mortal to that of a God. This was the notion of the summum bonum or greatest good, to which all men must aspire, and it also became the basis of all ethical concepts.
The Egyptian Mystery System was also a Secret Order, and membership was gained by initiation and a pledge to secrecy. The teaching was graded and delivered orally to the Neophyte; and under these circumstances of secrecy, the Egyptians developed secret systems of writing and teaching, and forbade their Initiates from writing what they had learned.After nearly five thousand years of prohibition against the Greeks, they were permitted to enter Egypt for the purpose of their education. First through the Persian invasion and secondly through the invasion of Alexander the Great.From the sixth century B.C. therefore to the death of Aristotle (322 B.C.) the Greeks made the best of their chance to learn all they could about Egyptian culture; most students received instructions directly from the Egyptian Priests, but after the invasion by Alexander the Great, the Royal temples and libraries were plundered and pillaged, and Aristotle’s school converted the library at Alexandria into a research centre.
There is no wonder then, that the production of the unusually large number of books ascribed to Aristotle has proved a physical impossibility, for any single man within a life time.”