Africa: Mother of Western Civilization

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Black Classic Press, 1988 - History - 725 pages
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When the vast majority of mankind in the “Western World” refer to a Slave it is the African-American or his African ancestor is mean. This image has been perpetuated by every branch of “Western” education and religion, both Christian (Roman Catholic and Protestant) and Jewish (all branches of Judaism); and presented in a manner that would suggest an origin dating back to a time of PURITY in ancient Europe amongst the Greeks and Romans; and origins that insinuate the beginning of WORLD CIVILIATION, thus the terms: “Greek philosophy” and “Western Civilization
 

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Contents

The Dawn of Civilization and The Value of a Name 130
1
I PreHistoric Homosapiens or Ancient African Man 3156
31
II Who WereAre the Africans of Ancient Alkebulan Africa
57
III Historic Quotations and Comments About and of the Afri
168
People Who Made Nile Valley History Yesterday and Today 199
199
Racism Historians and Ethiopians 228252
228
Nubia Mother of Kimit Gateway to the North 292303
292
IV PreDynastic and Dynastic Kimit Nubia and Kush 304313
304
VII Chronology of Egyptian Rule Over Kush and Nubia 499504
499
A Stolen African Treasure In America
505
VIII The Rise and Fall of the Africans of Khart HaddasCarthage
522
The Black Man of Antiquity 549566
549
What Black Is Beautiful Is Not Ready To Hear 567583
567
Judaism the Black Jew or Israelite 584597
584
A Cause for Black
598
A Lecture on the Beginnings of the Christian Church in North
628

Notes on Egyptology etc 348374
348
V African Origin of Greek Philosophy 375410
375
Arguments and Answers Relative to the African Origins of Greek
411
Who Were the Indigenous Africans of Kimit Egypt 453473
453
VI Reflections on Ancient Kimit Sais or Egypt 474498
474
The Africans Right to be Wrong is Sacred 656677
656
Conclusion
676
Acknowledgements
715
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