Stolen Legacy

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Library of Alexandria - 190 pages
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User Review  - Porsha Dixon - Goodreads

When I initially read this book, I intended to write my senior thesis on African/Greek philosophers and the stolen history; However, after finding interest in a different subject, I decided to put my ... Read full review

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Contents

The Aims of the Book 
III The later Ionic philosophers have been given credit for the following doctrines
IV The Greek Philosophers practised plagiarism
5 Summum Bonum
V SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS CONCERNING DEMOCRITUS
2 HIS DOCTRINES AND AUTHORSHIP
CHAPTER VI The Athenian Philosophers 1 Socrates i His Life ii Doctrines iii Summary of Conclusions
ii THE DOCTRINES OF SOCRATES
B The Philosophy of Part II
II Memphite Theology is the Source of Modern Scientific Knowledge 
B The identity between the Egyptian Sun God Atum Atom and the atom of Modern Science
III Memphite Theology Opens Great Possibilities for Modern Scientific Research 
PART II CHAPTER IX Social Reformation through the New Philosophy of African Redemption 
APPENDIX
Argument I Greek philosophy was stolen Egyptian philosophy 
Argument II Socalled Greek philosophy was alien to the Greeks 

vi Astrology and Geology
iii Summary of Conclusions
2 Plato i Early Life ii Travels iii Disputed Writings iv His Doctrines v Summary of Conclusions 
iv THE DOCTRINES OF PLATO
v SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS
c The Magical Principle
3 Aristotle i a Early Life and Training and b His Own List of Books c Other Lists of Books ii Doctrines iii Summary of Conclusions A His Doctrines ...
ii DOCTRINES OF ARISTOTLE 
iii SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONS 
B i The Library of Alexandria was the true source of Aristotles large numbers of books
CHAPTER VII The Curriculum of the Egyptian mystery System 1 The Education of the Egyptian Priests According to Their Orders 
2 The Education of the Egyptian Priests inA The Seven Liberal Arts B Secret Systems of Languages and Mathematical Symbolism C Magic 
3 A Comparison of the Curriculum of the Egyptian Mystery System with the Lists of Books Attributed to Aristotle 
CHAPTER VIII The Memphite Theology is the Basis of all Important Doctrines in Greek Philosophy History and Description
Argument III Greek philosophy was the offspring of the Egyptian Mystery System
Argument IV The Egyptians educated the Greeks
Argument V The doctrines of Greek philosophers are the doctrines of the Egyptian Mystery System
Argument VI The Education of the Egyptian Priests and the Curriculum of the Mystery System show that Egypt was the source of Higher Education ...
IX The New Philosophy of African Redemption
CHAPTER I 
CHAPTER III 
CHAPTER IV 
CHAPTER V 
CHAPTER VI 
CHAPTER VII 
CHAPTER VIII 
CHAPTER IX 

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