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Topic ClosedHOLLYWOOD AND THE RACE OF THE EGYPTIANS?

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    Posted: 03-May-2015 at 05:03
Originally posted by tommy

Today Egyptians are quite different with the ancient Egyptians

Today most of the Egyptians are Arabs

Ancient Egyptians were not Arabs neither the Black, in my opinion they had a much lighter skin colour, they hight had ethnical relation with the Berbers(white people) of North Africa.

Most of the Egyptians are culturally Arabs but not genetically.
The today Egyptians are more or less the descendants of the ancient Egyptians. The arab admixture isn't that high.  Especially the CHRISTIANS Copts from Egypt are the direct descendants of ancient Egyptians their language is close to the old egyptian language. Yemenis, Saudis look different from Egyptians.  

I don't know why people are so stupid and say ancient Egyptians lived in Africa,  had brown skin, therefore they are black. Egypt is a hot place and even Germans or  Skandinavians like all Caucasians get brown in the sun but that doesn't make them black people.

Ancient Egyptians were Caucasians like the Berber. The Berber are the native and original inhabitants of North Africa and the black Africans who live in North Africa moved from the south, from Sub Sahara. 
I have seen Copts and other Egyptians and even Morrocans dressing like ancient Egyptians, with the same make up and hair they looked all 100% like the ancient Egyptians in the paintings. Being African doesn't mean you are automatically black and negroid. 
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Recent DNA studies of Ancient Egyptian mummies of a New Kingdom dynasty have confirmed Sub-Saharan African origins for notable New Kingdom pharoahs from both the Amarna (from 1353 B.C.) and Rameses III (from 1186 B.C.) lineages: In December 2012, Zahi Hawass, the former Egyptian Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs and his research team released DNA studies of Rameses III and his son have found he carried the Sub-Saharan African Haplogroup E1b1a, and as a result clustered most closely with Africans from the African Great Lakes (335.1), Southern Africa (266.0) and Tropical West Africa (241.7) and not Europeans (1.4), Middle Easterners (14.3) or peoples from the Horn of Africa (114.0). [34]
Earlier studies from January 2012 of the Amarna mummies had reached similar conclusions with the average affiliations of the mummies found to be Southern African (326.94), Great Lakes African (323.76) and tropical West African (83.74) and not Middle Eastern (6.92), European (5.21) or with peoples from the Horn of Africa (14.79).[35] As no other studies of other Ancient Egyptian mummies are available, the questions as to the genetic affiliations of other pharaohs and figures (such as Cleopatra VII, the last pharaoh of Egypt from 51 B.C. following the Greek Conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great in 300 B.C.) is yet undetermined.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-May-2015 at 08:21
Gamkha Sage, with such statements, comes the responsibility to back it up with the evidence. Url addresses will do. Also, if what you have in your post in any way is replicated from that site...etc..it is generally expected to be indicated as a quote. Plagiarism is most definitely frowned upon.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-May-2015 at 19:01
Amen.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15-Jul-2015 at 05:20
Originally posted by Centrix Vigilis

Amen.

Its curious you type "amen" and "amen" is a black thing from Egypt. 
Civilization started from black people, as they are the original humans and creators.

Since many whites and others have been raised to be racist or are naturally racist, it will not be surprising if you resist the truth. 
One thing is the culture we are discussing saw themselves as black.       An important thing to note is Egypt is in Africa.  “Upper Egypt” is actually south of Egypt, definitely in Africa and close to Sudan and Nubia. The people who lived in “ancient Egypt” did not say they lived in Egypt, thats the name given by outsiders, people who were not from there.  The greeks called that land aigyptos which is where we get Egypt, “Egyptians” called their home KMT or land of the blacks, making them black.  As all brown and black people from Africa are.    As people in the modern world are designed to be racist against blacks and Africans, you all like to deny the truth. Civilization started from black people as black people are the original creators of civilization, as in KMT Egypt and many other places. In addition, :-) ancient “Egyptians” often portray themselves as Nubian or Ethiopian such as the tomb of “Ramses ||” as well as descriptions of them from other historical writers of the time. 


The worlds first scientists, doctors, mathematicians, scholars, astrologers, and even mothers and fathers come from Africa.  


Africa is a black continent. Black people are the original humans. (In fact, scientists have discovered or admitted that all races besides africans are actually not 100% human)


Likewise, genetic studies of the paternal lines of pharoahs such as that of Ramses ||| place their halogroup with those of “subsaharan” Africans.   Orginating in north east Africa, humans migrated.  The first humans were black as was the ancient great civilization KMT.    If modern society was not influenced by the false supremacy of the opposite race people would admit these facts much easier.                    
Egyptians as well as Moors, Persians, and Caanites have been referred to as whooly haired dark skinned people and we all know people with dark skin and afros are black. Lol.   This is according to non black or non Ethiopian historians such as Diodirus, who stated "now the ethiopians...were the first of all men.. the Egyptians are colonists sent out by the Ethiopians.."   This can be found in the book "black spark, white fire" and many other places, even works by the greek historians such as Herodotus.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15-Jul-2015 at 06:15
''Since many whites and others have been raised to be racist or are naturally racist, it will not be surprising if you resist the truth.''

You are assuming a great deal by assuming ''it will not be surprising if you resist the truth.''

I would recommend you don't do this...esp with me.

As it smacks of arrogance and a totally unsubstantiated accusation not based on merit or fact.

It also brings you as does your post entirety perilously close to a number of violations of the Coc. Which you might consider reading and adhering too. As this is a forum requirement upon registration.

Specifically:

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Tread lightly here.

No response is necessary. As imo it would be superfluous. Ahere to my recommendations..or be gone.

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Edited by Centrix Vigilis - 15-Jul-2015 at 06:19
"Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence"

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