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no savages

Africans were not savages; this term was coined during the Arab and European slave trades. From the Greek’s invasion of Kemet, thus the decline of African powers have been in the making for thousands of years. Nevertheless, there were still great civilizations going on strong in the continent up until the 17th century. To break one’s mind required much work, thus there are a lot that need to be done apart from physical punishment. First you have to break the spirit, then the heritage after that you have a Zombie who doesn’t remember her/his past. This is the manner in which Africans were misguided into accepting fallacies over their heritage and so forth. The people who were telling us that, we were inferior couldn’t possibly tell us that we were great at the same time. It wouldn’t make any sense whatsoever. This is the process which they call seasoning. The slave masters gave our ancestors new gods, religions, identity and self-worth. Today, we know the truth, but some of us, refuse to make the paradigm shift to a higher plateau. I have done some researched and compile a list of several important books and DVD formats that deal with the rich legacy of African Civilizations.. It is also important o know that, this is the past, one should only use such information to elevate his/her mind, purposely to refute the notion that, we have no history. Our ancestors built their own empires and civilizations.. Today, we should focus on getting in tune with our higher self in order to build our own… ~Belmoun, Ayibobo 1)Ancient Nubia: African Kingdoms on the Nile by Marjorie Fisher (Editor), Peter Lacovara (Editor), Sue D'Auria (Editor), Salima Ikram (Editor), Chester Higgins Jr (Photographer) Product Details: 368 pages / Published: February 2012 2)The Nubian Pharaohs: Black Kings on the Nile by Dominique Valbelle & Charles Bonnet (interview) Product Details: Hardcover; 216 pages; 170 color photographs; 12.7 x 10.1 inches Published: February 2007 3)Black Genesis: The Prehistoric Origins of Ancient Egypt by Robert Bauval, Thomas Brophy Ph.D. Product Details: 384 pages; Bear & Company (March 28, 2011) 4)Lost Kingdoms of Africa (As seen on BBC) by Dr. Gus Casely-Hayford 5)The African Origin of Greek Philosophy: An Exercise in Afrocentrism by Professor Innocent C. Onyewuenyi Paperback - 320 pages - (September 19, 2005 6)Ancient African Civilizations: Kush and Axum by Stanley Mayer Burstein 190 pages (2008) 7)Return to Glory the Powerful Stirring of the Black Man (Format: DVD) Co-authors Joel Freeman 8)The Foundations of Nile Valley Civilization (Format: DVD) Dr. Perry L. Kyles 9)Africa The Untold StoryMichele Mitchell (Author) 194 pages, (September 2, 2010 10) Lost Nubia: A Centennial Exhibit of Photographs from the 1905-1907 Egyptian Expedition of the University of Chicago (The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago) John A. Larson (Author 11) The Kushite Cemetery of Sanam: A Non-Royal Burial Ground of the Nubian Capital, ca 800-600BC by Angelika Lohwasser 160 pages, (June 2, 2010)

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