The REAL ancient egyptians are the SO...

The REAL ancient egyptians are the SOMALIS not AA's and BLACKS!!!!!!

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“forever young!”

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#1 Mar 3, 2011
Thats what i think based on research and facts, and aslo their was this picture of Iman the somali model and a picture of Neferti the egyptian queen and they had the EXACT features and their was a historian who compared the ancient people to horn africans especially the somalis.
So what do you guys think? Ive seen quite a few AA's around were I live saying their the reall ancient egyptians so yeah I want answers pleaseee

and the land of punt was a ancient egyptian civilliasation in somalia.

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#2 Mar 3, 2011
alejandro camillo perez wrote:
Thats what i think based on research and facts, and aslo their was this picture of Iman the somali model and a picture of Neferti the egyptian queen and they had the EXACT features and their was a historian who compared the ancient people to horn africans especially the somalis.
So what do you guys think? Ive seen quite a few AA's around were I live saying their the reall ancient egyptians so yeah I want answers pleaseee
and the land of punt was a ancient egyptian civilliasation in somalia.
The Somalians are defintely closer genetically.
Maverick

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#3 Mar 3, 2011
Iman is an attractive woman.

She married David Bowie.

She looked like an Egyptian queen in Michael Jackson's video, Remember the Time.
moor73

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#4 Mar 3, 2011
alejandro camillo perez wrote:
Thats what i think based on research and facts, and aslo their was this picture of Iman the somali model and a picture of Neferti the egyptian queen and they had the EXACT features and their was a historian who compared the ancient people to horn africans especially the somalis.
So what do you guys think? Ive seen quite a few AA's around were I live saying their the reall ancient egyptians so yeah I want answers pleaseee
and the land of punt was a ancient egyptian civilliasation in somalia.
I've seen a picture of hannibal on a coin and he looks like a somali...he was a phoenician/carthaginian/punic/ punt. There was waves of migrations of people from east all the way thru the coast of west and north africa. Even the people that don't fit the somali model type but the jet black skinned bushy head africans have ancestry essentially from east africa, mesopotamia, etc.
moor73

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#5 Mar 3, 2011
the problem is that most people try to put the stereotypical jet black nappy head exclusive to african americans which is totally bogus on its face. There was at one time jet black ethiopians from the same region and i'm sure they are still there. Our concepts of attaching a name with a particular phenotype is phuckin ridiculous.
Maverick

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#6 Mar 3, 2011
moor73 wrote:
the problem is that most people try to put the stereotypical jet black nappy head exclusive to african americans which is totally bogus on its face. There was at one time jet black ethiopians from the same region and i'm sure they are still there. Our concepts of attaching a name with a particular phenotype is phuckin ridiculous.
Any drawing, artifacts, etc that ancient Egyptians had nappy hair as you put it?
moor73

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#7 Mar 3, 2011
Maverick wrote:
<quoted text>Any drawing, artifacts, etc that ancient Egyptians had nappy hair as you put it?
I didn't say egyptians have nappy hair...same reason i can't say any one particular people have one type of hair that is stupid.. What i said was sum west african people with nappy hair have ancestry in east africa, mesopotamia etc. There are artifacts of ancient syria, turkey with black africoid features.

http://www.bradleyphoenix.com/bhm.ht2.jpg There are countless statutes with black AA features on them.
moor73

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#8 Mar 3, 2011
Totemic Coiffures (hairstyles). Hair-dos of pre-pubescent Senegalese girls (prior to World War II) compared to an 18th Dynasty Egyptian girl
statuette (lower left of the picture), more than 3,500 years earlier. This picture and information came from black historian Chiekh Anta Diop's
book,"The African Origin of Civilization Myth or Reality" (translated from the French by Mercer Cook) page 41. Hey, there's some powerful
images in this book. IF only black people really understood the power of their history

caption from the photo above...the funny part is that even when you prove something a phucking gigantic wall of analytical bullshyt and criticism comes is right there to tear it down despite it being obvious. So i don't spend time proving shyt to azzholes who really aren't looking for proof but resent the idea and won't accept it regardless.
Maverick

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#9 Mar 3, 2011
moor73 wrote:
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I didn't say egyptians have nappy hair...same reason i can't say any one particular people have one type of hair that is stupid.. What i said was sum west african people with nappy hair have ancestry in east africa, mesopotamia etc. There are artifacts of ancient syria, turkey with black africoid features.
http://www.bradleyphoenix.com/bhm.ht2.jpg There are countless statutes with black AA features on them.
Thanks for clarifying
moor73

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#10 Mar 3, 2011
my concept of a civilization in ancient egypt is that different tribes have ruled at specific time periods...some jet black nappy headed, brown skinned to the somali types if you will and so on and so on. Yes I believe mixing occured in some form or fashion thousands of years ago and anyone who believes it didn't is living in denial. egypt was a monarch and that part of africa and africa in general were made f up different bloodlines and tribes and to ensure tranquility, commerce etc there was frequent intermarriage with other african tribes..

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#11 Mar 3, 2011
Maverick wrote:
Iman is an attractive woman.
She married David Bowie.
She looked like an Egyptian queen in Michael Jackson's video, Remember the Time.
I don't agree that Nefertiti looked like Iman though. I think Nefretiti clearly looks more Middle Eastern.
Barros Serrano

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#12 Mar 3, 2011
moor73 wrote:
Totemic Coiffures (hairstyles). Hair-dos of pre-pubescent Senegalese girls (prior to World War II) compared to an 18th Dynasty Egyptian girl
statuette (lower left of the picture), more than 3,500 years earlier. This picture and information came from black historian Chiekh Anta Diop's
book,"The African Origin of Civilization Myth or Reality" (translated from the French by Mercer Cook) page 41. Hey, there's some powerful
images in this book. IF only black people really understood the power of their history
caption from the photo above...the funny part is that even when you prove something a phucking gigantic wall of analytical bullshyt and criticism comes is right there to tear it down despite it being obvious. So i don't spend time proving shyt to azzholes who really aren't looking for proof but resent the idea and won't accept it regardless.
Science requires PROOF. When you make wild assertions, don't be surprised that you meet with logical criticism.

The EVIDENCE shows that Upper Egyptians were related to Nubians.

Cultural and morphological evidence indicates that. Now, what you got?

“HOREM AKHET”

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#13 Mar 3, 2011
Garrig wrote:
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I don't agree that Nefertiti looked like Iman though. I think Nefretiti clearly looks more Middle Eastern.
You need glasses,she looks like any other black woman from west or central africa based on her features http://wysinger.homestead.com/nefertiti.html

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#14 Mar 3, 2011
Maverick wrote:
<quoted text>Any drawing, artifacts, etc that ancient Egyptians had nappy hair as you put it?
Yup,scroll down http://wysinger.homestead.com/amenhotepIII.ht...

“HOREM AKHET”

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#15 Mar 3, 2011
alejandro camillo perez wrote:
Thats what i think based on research and facts, and aslo their was this picture of Iman the somali model and a picture of Neferti the egyptian queen and they had the EXACT features and their was a historian who compared the ancient people to horn africans especially the somalis.
So what do you guys think? Ive seen quite a few AA's around were I live saying their the reall ancient egyptians so yeah I want answers pleaseee
and the land of punt was a ancient egyptian civilliasation in somalia.
The ancient Egyptians were full blooded black africans who looked no diffrent from blacks throuought the rest of africa.Theose east africans you see today are mixed with arabs,wich is why they look diffrent from the rest of the blacks in the continent.But at the time of"ancient"egypt,bef ore arab influnce/rape,east africans like somalis did not look like they do today,they looked like west,south,and central africans.So while the ancient egyptians were east africans,they were real africans,not those mixed "caucasoid"people you're referring to.The statue of their most famous and ancient monument(the sphinx) http://wysinger.homestead.com/sphinx.html along with the very first king of egypt http://www.aldokkan.com/egypt/menes.htm,DOES NOT resemble a modern day somali,they unequivocally resemble real black people;

“HOREM AKHET”

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#16 Mar 3, 2011
the first king of egypt DOES NOT resemble modern day somalis who are mixed,he looks like a real black man http://www.aldokkan.com/egypt/menes.htm

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#17 Mar 3, 2011
Garrig wrote:
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I don't agree that Nefertiti looked like Iman though. I think Nefretiti clearly looks more Middle Eastern.
I gather you're referring to the bust the world is most familliar with.Guess what?-it's FAKE http://www.cbc.ca/news/arts/artdesign/story/2...

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#18 Mar 3, 2011
moor73 wrote:
<quoted text> What i said was sum west african people with nappy hair have ancestry in east africa, mesopotamia etc. The
True.West,central,south africans didn't drop out of the fcuking sky and landed where they are,they are East africans who migrated and populated the rest of the continent.

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#19 Mar 3, 2011
Maverick wrote:
Iman is an attractive woman.
She married David Bowie.
She looked like an Egyptian queen in Michael Jackson's video, Remember the Time.
When I look at the statues of Nefertiti, I think of Iman looks exactly just like her! So, for the haters out there, why don't you believe that the ancient Egytians were black africans (Barros Serrano)?

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#20 Mar 3, 2011
Maverick wrote:
Iman is an attractive woman.
She married David Bowie.
She looked like an Egyptian queen in Michael Jackson's video, Remember the Time.
Iman was married to a a prof. basketball player (Spencer Haywoood) a black man before she married David Bowie and has children with this black man. Don't try to insinuate that she never married a black man, k!

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