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Ancient Egypt
Khemt

10,000~ BCE–525 BCE
Capital Waset, many others
Language(s) Kemetic language
Government Monarchy
Pharoah Mena
Hor-Aha
Historical era Khemt
 - Established 10,000~ BCE
 - Disestablished 525 BCE

Khemt is the name of what is now referred to as "Ancient Egypt". As the Khemetan language was written in consonantal structure, the alphabetic spelling of its original characters would be KMT--transliterated into modern English as "Kham-et", "Khem-et" or "Kem-it". Other transliterated spellings include Khemet, Kemet, Kamit, Kamut, Qamot, and Khama'at.

Etymology and Falsifications

From Right to Left: (1)Khemtnu (2)Syrian (3)Ta'Nehisi'an (4)Libyan. Even after extensive admixing in Their later periods, the Khemtnu were clearly Negro.

Khemt (KMT) means "Burnt" or "Land of the Black People", being derived from the root word KM (i.e. Kham, Khem, Cham, Chem, Kam, Kem, Ham[1]), meaning "Black". However, great efforts have been made to distort the history and Reality of Khemt as being a Pure Afu-Ra-Kan Nation, with its antiquity and heritage extending far beyond the first process of admixing with any other groups.[2] In adhering to the protocol to "whiten the Egyptian", Khemt has also been falsely claimed by some to mean "Black Land"--referring exclusively to the rich, dark color of the silt and soil mixture produced after the inundation of the Nile River.[3] This falsification has been disproved by linguists and historians, owing its primary reasoning to the well-documented, european and arab campaign to claim from the Afu-Ra-Kan what was arguably the Greatest Civilization known to Humankind. When denoting Their actual geographic location, the Khemtnu used the term Ta-Merri, roughly meaning "The Beloved Land".[4] [5]

Map of Khemt

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Above is a map of Khemt. It is not to be confused with modern-day Egypt. The Khemetan names (in black type) are presented to show their correlation with their modern arabic and hellenic names. Notes to be made about names shown:

  • Other names for Waset were: Wo'se (oldest name), No, No'we and No'Amun (Hebrew). "Wo'se" is the Ta'Nehisi'an (Nubian) name of Waset, which is why it predates all other names of the city. Further proof of this is found in the fact that, not only did the name "Wo'se" originate in the South, but the name itself also equates to the imperial scepter of Ethiopia.[6]
  • Men-Nefer was first known as Hwt-Ka-Ptah. After being re-establish by Aha-Men-Narmer, the city became known as Men-Nefer--or "The Beautiful Place". From this it was eventually hellenized into "Memphis".

Notes

  1. "Bible", The Sons of No'ach. (Genesis 9:18 and 10:6)[1]
  2. for further information, see Anu
  3. Williams, "Destruction..", "..modern caucasians..eagerly quote the ancient historians as first-line authorities, but attack them whenever and wherever their records upset the premises upon which modern racism is built..'Here Herodotus must be read with caution. He is known to have made errors..It is very likely Diodorus was relying on oral tradition..They may have confused the Greek 'Ethiopia', which means 'The Black Land' with 'Chem'(Egypt) which also means 'The Black Land', for Pliny suggests that in the case of Egypt 'black' refers to the soil rather than the people..." (pg. 88-89)
  4. "Ta'Merrian(Egyptian)..Ta'Merry and Ta'Nehisi(Nubia or Zeti).."[2]
  5. "When he (Asar) is depicted in the black color, it is a representation of the people of Kemet.."[3]
  6. Williams, Destruction..(pg. 89)

References

  • Ashby, Muata (2006). "Pert-M-Heru". Cruzian Mystic Books.
  • Clark, Rosemary (2000). "The Sacred Tradition in Ancient Egypt". Llewellyn Publications.
  • Diop, Cheikh A. (1974). "The African Origin of Civilization". Lawrence Hill Books.
  • James, George G.M. (1954). "Stolen Legacy". African American Images.
  • Williams, Chancellor (1987). "The Destruction of Black Civilization". Third World Press.
  • "Holy Bible"
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