Black Egyptians: The African Origins of Ancient Egypt Paperback – 21 Jan 2013
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"Egyptology will never be the same again!" "A MUST HAVE for those interested in Black history and Egyptology. Very well researched and written in style, this dismantles the race controversy of blacks being omitted from the history of Ancient Egypt and dares to present the true origins of the Egyptians which mainstream Egyptologists are too scared to explore."
About the Author
Segun Magbagbeola (born 1984) in Lagos, Nigeria is a writer and director of Akasha Publishing Ltd. He was born to Nigerian parents and spent the early years of his childhood there before moving to London, UK with his immediate family and has lived there since. He is a graduate of Brunel University with a BSc degree in Information Systems. He became a Nuwaupian at 21 and was inducted as a member of the Ancient Egiptian Order, crowned with the name Har-Aha TepyPet 'Fighting Hawk Chief of the Sky'. As a Nuwaupian he became fascinated with Black History, Egyptology, religious studies, ancient civilizations and Extra-terrestrial life. His first book 'Black Egyptians' was written to prove once and for all that Black Africans started and led the Ancient Egyptian civilization and give Africans/Caribbeans a common culture to unite. He also works as a personal trainer and enjoys martial arts including Wing Chun Kung Fu and Muay Thai. He has been involved in acting for several films, short films, commercials and modelling. He is working on a new novel (The adventures of Kamun) due December 2013.
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The book is fresh and easy to read, giving the experience of having a discussion or audience with the author. As opposed to a polished novel by a major publisher, ‘Black Egyptians’ is a raw and genuine insight into the mind of the self confessed Nuwabian.
The book doesn’t challenge Christianity or other faiths, neither does it claim to be the foremost treatise on the subject of creation and man’s origins. What it does is to present evidence to the reader and draw conclusions based on research; linking archeology and astronomy with history and culture to give a very plausible case for the history of the blacks.
Many of the theories could appear farfetched and may leave the reader with more questions than answers. In any case an extensive list of references allows the reader to further investigate and fuel a quest of his or her own.
i would recommend this book to both the afro centric and the neutral academic. It wont reinforce unfounded dogmatic beliefs or blind skepticism, what it does is to thrust the reader well into his or her journey to gaining 'right knowledge'.
Chapters which were particularly interesting to me were 'Extraterrestial Origins' and the 'Anthropometric and genetic analysis of black people'. The feats accomplished by the people of ancient Egyptian which line up with certain 'heavenly bodies' and star constellations - gives us an idication to who these people really were, in fact, they are telling us who they are.
This really is a MUST READ. Regardless of your race, but for people of African origin in particular because even today in 2013 most do not know the ancient egyptians were black - (or should I say people, composed which very high concentrations of carbon!)... Or that Egypt is even a part of Africa! This clearly shows a very cunning, concerted effort was made cover this up. Honestly though, who wouldn't want to state claim decendancy to arguably The most wonderous of civilisations! However we are now in the information age. Despite coverted efforts the truth is STILL out there, if you want to know. Its safe to safe to say everyone is aware of the 2102 phenomena - well its all about transformation and for those who are ready this book will lead you well on your way to make that transformational shift. Enjoy!!!
The authors views are rarely far from the surface which in my opinion, is in response to the wilful and malicious agenda of some historians to disempower Black Africans from their origins. Artefacts that have been vandalised by jealously such as the Sphinx are an enduring testament to the importance of Black Africans valuing their heritage and making African history a deep rooted part of identity. Books such as Black Egyptians are essential in rewriting our own history and so I would recommend this book for every man woman and child of a proud and rich African Origin.
i recommend it for open minded individuals who are interested in African history and studies.