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    Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 17:39
TO ALL THE PEOPLE ON HERE WHO CLAIM IM BEING AFRO-CENTRIC THEN HEAR THE VIDEOS FROM THESE WHITE PEOPLE...As i have said before but none of you said whether or not you watched the videos.. When you have watched these videos then make your decision and reply otherwise your just trying to hide the truth ......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3w1x8nVD4xs

http:///www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZKMzU207MM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FciCAXYWx3s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLzgoF6N8p8

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 17:41
 
Every scholar knows there was also a neolithic migration from africa that spread to southern europe.
 
The berbers are from africa.
 
i have looked at the g. project which is a little bit misleading.
 
E3A comes from E3B which is "sub saharan" african.
 
 
yes people fom the west sahara did go to the nile valley.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 17:44
 
yes africa thats all some people use is the word afrocentrism even though a lot of the information are from white people. instead of deconstructing the peer reviwed studies they attack me and you with afrocentrism.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 17:57
Originally posted by viola76

 
Every scholar knows there was also a neolithic migration from africa that spread to southern europe.
 
The berbers are from africa.
 
i have looked at the g. project which is a little bit misleading.
 
E3A comes from E3B which is "sub saharan" african.
 
 
yes people fom the west sahara did go to the nile valley.
 
The point is simple. At neolitical times people crossed Egypt from East, West and South!!!
 
There was not a PREFFERED DIRECTION. That's why saying Egypt was founded from the south ONLY, it is non sense. Yes, the first waves came from the South, but after there was sustantial people outside Africa it is just logical to realize some went back!
 
This whole thing does not make more sense. What are we trying to prove? That Egyptians were not Egyptians?
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:07
 
No im proving the culture as in.
 
code of manners.
 
language.
 
religion.
 
dress.
 
rituals.
 
law.
 
morality.
 
system of the belief.
 
art.
 
literature.
 
science.
 
came from the south and replace the lower egyptian culture. SIMPLE
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:25

Interesting.

Yes. I must agree that there, in the Sahara, there was an interesting group of people, and that same escaped South and others to Egypt.
 
Now, the idea that they brought all the culture to Egypt without nothing in return, it still very ungrounded:
 
code of manners, language, religion, dress, rituals, law, morality, system of the belief, art.
 
Remember that nothing has changed. Egypt was still very close to the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and influences come and go. 4000 BC was a time where the Middle East was at its peak.
 
In the matter of language, you should realize that Afroasiatic languages, that include Arab, Hebrew and Ancient Egyptian, reached from North Africa, Arabia and to the Middle East without discontinuiity. Bantu languages are the ones located down south. If the influences from the so called "Black Africa" would be so strong, I would expect Ancient Egypt to be a Bantu dialect, and not an Afroasiatic tongue!
 
But what new is in all this. Egypt continue to be a crossroad, as we always has knew.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:30
 
 
"Remember that nothing has changed. Egypt was still very close to the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and influences come and go. 4000 BC was a time where the Middle East was at its peak."
 
sudan is just by the first nome of egypt
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:34
Originally posted by viola76

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sudan is just by the first nome of egypt
 
 
And what is you conclusion?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:36
 
"in the matter of language, you should realize that Afroasiatic languages, that include Arab, Hebrew and Ancient Egyptian, reached from North Africa, Arabia and to the Middle East without discontinuiity. Bantu languages are the ones located down south. If the influences from the so called "Black Africa" would be so strong, I would expect Ancient Egypt to be a Bantu dialect, and not an Afroasiatic tongue!"
 
the afroasiatic speakers  is african that spread to egypt and the middle east. as i keep on saying forget this black africa thing east africans are black. the afroasiatic languages come from east africa.
 
im not saying the there wasnt cultural exchanges but from what we know as of archeaology sources the culture came from the south.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:38
Perhaps you should take look to the distribution of the Afroasiatic languages. (Those regions are not precisely what was in old times were known as "Black Africa".)
 
 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:40
 
my conclusion is the predynastic and dynastic egyptians were not that different in looks and culture to the people in sudan. if you look at the pottery that was in sudan. red with black around the top, you will see that the pottery found in egypt which is younger look the same.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:42
 
people who spoke afroasiatic languages from predynastic times came from east africa and migrated to the middle east and europe. i dont see your point what you are trying to say.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:42

And what if so?

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:45
 
er what is your point.
 
ive given you peer reviewed studies which you and the others can deconstruc if you wish , you have just given me your opinions.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:53
 
 
most likely from east africa
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 18:59
does it really matter if egyptians are "black eventho i doubt, what does that prove?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 19:03
 
it dosent really matter, what does matter though is history should be accurate backed up by peer reviwed sources which experts, amateurs and laymen alike can deconstruc the evidence of the studies in question.
 
why do you doubt they could of been black
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 19:14
Originally posted by viola76

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why do you doubt they could of been black
 
Here comes again, we are going in around and around.
 
What do you mean by "Black"?
 
Define what is "Black" and what is not "Black" so we can tell you if we think Egyptians were Black or not, for heavens sake LOL
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 19:29
Me utterly confused as well. Wow, did I offended the Black people or something? So much hate...
     
   
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Jan-2007 at 21:20
ITS A DAMN SHAME PEOPLE STILL ARGUING ABOUT THIS BUT NOT ONE PERSON HAS SAID ANYTHING ABOUT THE VIDEOS THAT I POSTED....BUT STILL GO ON ABOUT THIS AFRO-CENTRIC BULL....I AM NOT SURPRISED THEY DONT WANT TO HEAR THE TRUTH....
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