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According to peer-reviewed data (Allen, 2008), the Ancient Egyptians and Nubians are of the same race or for better scientific determination 'ethnicity'. This peer-reviewed data can be accessed here

Kmt(yw) Blacks (falsely and mistranslated as 'Egyptians' Greek, English) Recorded their Journey from Kemet to Central Africa (sub-Saharan Africa), they would put this journey in one of their most sacred text, The Amduat "Ancestral Realm" (translated as 'Underworld") see Book of Gates (Budge, British Museum).

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#sub-Saharan African

We will examine if Nubia and Upper Kemet are in the same cultural sphere by gleaning Dr. Bruce Williams published peer-reviewed data. Did the Blacks of so-called sub-Saharan Africa in Sudan (Nubia) conquer the territories called ta Smau- Upper Regions? What are the Gebel Sheikh Suleiman Inscription and relief, and how should we interpret it?

Source: OINE 3
Source: OINE 4


This video discusses peer-reviewed data that confirms the broad Sudanic and Nile Valley origins of the Bamileke of Cameroon. We discuss a number of hypothetical migrations that took place, the location of the Bamileke originally between Chad and the Nile Valley Sudan (Nubia). We also review and discuss data presented at Syracuse University on the possible ancient Egyptian ancestry of the Bamileke, the tradition of skulls found among them possibly being originated from ancient Egypt.


In this video, we explore the peer-reviewed published data by SOY Keita as he elaborates on the STR methodology for testing the Amarana and Ramsiside period mummies. According to the peer-reviewed from SOY Keita, the majority of the tested Egyptian mummies would have 'Sub-Saharan African" ethnic affiliation. SOY Keita also gives the reliability and limitations of this method.


#subsaharanafrican dna

This data examines the kmtyw Black revolutionary Nswt Bity Hor Wn Nfr and his brave son leading a 20-year revolt against the foreign Ptolemaic Dynasty. The Kmtyw of the Nile Valley united with other kmtjw Blacks from Upper Kemet which includes Sudan Nubia tA Setj and controlled the entire Southern regions. The Ptolemies captured these Kmtyw rebels and their family member was sold on a Greek slave block, her name was 'Thassius', and she was a Kemtyw- Black, Dark skinned Nile Vally African. The Greeks described her as a 'Dark Skinned' Egyptian. Here is the most amazing war story.

*Note: My Pronunciation of the Greek name Ptolemy and Why?

As a historical linguist with over 100 hours of formal training from VLC and the University of Leiden courses, its simply NO correct pronunciation of the name -Ptolemy-, see:

Pronunciation strictly depends on dialect variants of English, different language speakers, and also regional accents. There are many ways to pronounce his name in the different varieties and dialects of English, as a linguist I will name a few including the Greek and Egyptian variants to shed light on the fact that it's no correct pronunciation. I specifically pronounce it -pa'täləmē- for I'm an AAVE/Black English speaker and simply pronounce words differently.

Actually, Black English speakers would have the most historically accurate pronunciation of -Ptolemy- for it's closer to the original in Greek (Reconstructed) and Egyptian in which both Greek and Egyptian include the -[p]- sound, while standard U.S English speakers have dropped the -[p]-sounds like the Chinese. Oh, yes, Black English is actually an AUTHENTIC and recognized dialect of standard U.S English similar to other African dialects of English, like Jamaican, Creole, Gullah, and Black English (Speakers from Baltimore, Georgia, Memphis, Florida, New Orleans, Banton Rouge Philadelphia, D.C,). Here is the source that can update you on Black English

US English (drops the -[p]-)
a) The standard way to pronounce it in standard American English is [ˈtäləmē] where the [p] is eradicated, and the first vowel is actually a long /ä/ sound, source:

UK English (drops the -[p]-)
b) Another way to pronounce Ptolemy is [tɒləmi], here, the [p] is eradicated the vowel is /ɒ/, this pronunciation can be observed here

Black English (keeps the -[p]-)
c) The way we pronounce it in the Black English dialect is the more accurate for it corresponds with the Egyptian and Greek usages, I will supply the original Greek pronunciation, in Greek which the name is derived from the p is actually pronounced. Let's examine:

Ancient Greek (Keeps the -[p]-)
Attic Greek

Byzantine Greek (Keeps the -[p]-)

In Arabic, they don't even use the -[p]- sound they actually use the -[b]- sound and it's NOT eradicated as in U.S English

Arabic (Keeps the b sound) [p] - [b]

The reconstructed Egyptian Pronunciation is with the [p], AAVE/Black English pronunciation is close to the reconstructed Greek original of the [p] being pronounced, and close to the Egyptian reconstructed pronunciation as [pɛtuːɑruːmiːs]

Egyptian (Includes the [p])


This chronological discussion of Ancient Kmt (Upper and Lower Egypt) & tA Setj (1st Nome of Upper Egypt) begins in the paleolithic and I stop at the Middle Kingdoms.


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This discussion is free for the community. We examine large pre-trained AI models in taxonomy for purposes of clustering and organization according to the performance of the model. Enjoy.
This discussion is free for the community. We examine large pre-trained AI models in taxonomy for purposes of clustering and organization according to the performance of the model. Enjoy.


This discussion is free for the community. We examine large pre-trained AI models in taxonomy for purposes of clustering and organization according to the performance of the model. Enjoy.



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Animals in the Kerma Afterlife: Animal Burials and Ritual at Abu Fatima Cemetery, Sudan: A lecture in the series "New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia" by Shayla Monroe (Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara)
Jan. 28, 2021

Baba Bro.Reggie and the Pr nTr Research Center Team had a community gathering in Baltimore to honor the great mwt of mdou nTr Sebat Dr.Rkhty Amen We translated and introduced Egypto Sudanic culture to the Baltimore Community.

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I have received the link for my 15-minute presentation from Professor Patrick Effiboley, in the department of history and archeology at the University of Abomey (Benin), a world-ranked university. For the 2nd Outstanding African Thinkers Conference. My paper was also accepted to be published by the university. The Virtual panelist included: Or Duul Neter Neb, Dr. Vves Ngono, Dr. Ovi Jack, Ph.D. student Tarik Richardson, Dr. Aruna, Professor Nasir SARR, Professor Ngue, Professor Sengore, Professor Kambon, Dr. Adodo, more.

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