A Scattered Past

Chapter 3: Dissipating Archaeological Evidence

Quick recap: With borders and country names changing and shifting, it’s nearly impossible to reconcile and identify your people based on geography alone.

You will have to use multiple disciplines to make up for what has been obscured by Geography.

The study of the Berlin Conference and Africa’s original borders demonstrates how the manipulation of Geography dramatically decreases the chances of so-called “blacks” identifying their homelands.

That’s because, without geography, it’s hard to identify ancestors, lands, culture, religion, traditions, etc.

Remember Lincoln’s words:

”And now they have him, as it were, bolted in with a lock of a hundred keys, which can never be unlocked without the concurrence of every key; the keys in the hands of a hundred different men, and they scattered to a hundred different and distant places;

But it gets worse.

Geography isn’t the only science misused to obscure the history of so-called “Black” people.

There is remarkable evidence of your lost history that has been unearthed, plundered, sold, and scattered all over the world.

This evidence is placed out of the reach of the people who have the most to gain from it –

– so-called “Black” people.

In this chapter, we explore how archaeologists did this through the science of Archaeology.

The archaeological artifacts of the so-called “Black” man’s ancestors were literally scattered to a hundred different and distant museums and collections worldwide.

For example:

Egyptian Mummies on exhibit in the British Museum in London, England

Or 16th Century Nigerian sculptures in the Metropolitan Museum for Art in New York City,

Or even Canaanite statuettes on display at the Oriental Institute Museum, Chicago, Illinois. etc.

El, the Canaanite creator deity, Megiddo, Stratum VII, Late Bronze II, 1400-1200 BC, bronze with gold leaf - Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago - DSC07734.JPG

...archaeological artifacts directly connected to so-called “Black” are all over the world.

The definition of Archaeology:

"the scientific study of material remains (such as tools, pottery, jewelry, stone walls, and monuments) of past human life and activities”

By not reconnecting to the countless artifacts left behind by their ancestors, so-called “Black” people further lose the true memory of their lost ancestry.

It’ll take a lifetime to explore the vast amount of artifacts spread across the planet.

But here, we’ll explore a few key artifacts and see how they are practically out of reach for those who need to access them the most.

For our first set of artifacts, we go to Egypt.

Egyptian Artifacts

One of the most remarkable and yet little known archaeological references to the so-called “Black” people consists of nearly four hundred cuneiform tablets.

Each tablet contains correspondence of the Egyptian court with rulers of neighboring states in the Land of Canaan.

To date, there are 382 known letters sent between rulers of Canaan and Egypt.

Some of the letters have titles such as:

  • “The Pharaoh complains to the Babylonian king”
  • “A lesson in geography.”
  • “Royal deceit and threats,”
  • “A necklace for 100,000 years”, and even
  • “Departure of the gods"

But as Lincoln suggests, these “keys” are literally scattered around the world...

One can find these letters in:

  • The Vorderasiatisches Museum in Berlin, Germany
  • Others in the British Museum, in London, England
  • The Louvre in Paris, France, and
  • Even the Oriental Museum, Chicago, Illinois

Fortunately, through literature, one can read the letters for themselves without traveling around the world.

Fortunately each tablet has been painstakingly translated to English.

We also go deeper into these letters in a 7-part course, which teaches you how to identify your real African ancestry.

But more about that in the future.

These small artifacts measure anywhere from 3 x 3 inches to 5 x 8 inches.

And they hold tremendous insight into the lives of ancestors of so-called “black” people.

But these aren’t the only artifacts scattered around the world.

There are more.

MANY more.

And some artifacts are of massive megalithic scale.

Let’s go further into these artifacts in the next chapter.