A Scattered Past

Chapter 4: Scattering the Monoliths and More

Obelisks, or as the ancients called them, Tekhenu, have now commonly been transplanted worldwide - further scattering the keys to the so-called “Black” person’s history.

Obelisks are prominent in Egypt, many parts of Africa, and the ancient Land of Canaan.

It is also common for Egyptians to build them in pairs.

According to Susan Sorek, author of “The Emperors’ Needles: Egyptian Obelisks and Rome”:

”Today, only twenty-seven Egyptian obelisks remain standing, and they are scattered in various locations throughout the world. Rome, with thirteen, boasts more than anywhere else, including Egypt itself.

This statement alone makes Lincoln’s quote ring loud and true. But let’s dig a bit further…


A few examples of this scattering of Obelisks are as follows:

The Luxor Obelisks: One half of the pair is still standing at Luxor Temple.

The other half stands at the center of the Place de la Concorde in Paris, France.

Obelisco Mediceo, from Heliopolis, now stands erected in Florence, Italy.

Both Obelisks attributed to Tuthmosis III from Heliopolis have been transplanted to foreign lands.

One erected in London, England,

and the other thousands of miles away in Central Park, in New York City

There’s something even more destructive happening with the scattering of these artifacts.

Not only are our ancestors’ works being shipped to distant places, but as a result, their names are also being veiled from us.

Knowing the names of your ancestors is as important (if not more important) than having access to the artifacts they produced.

We deal with this later on in other series and courses.

If you’re interested in this, you’ll get a chance later on to let us know.....And finally, the unattributed Obelisk also from Heliopolis stands erected in St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City, Rome.

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These are but a few ancient Obelisks which have been transplanted throughout the planet.

And such artifacts are not just limited to Egypt.

Massive collections of Nubian and Kushitiic artifacts are scattered around the world.

These all give significant clues to who the ancestors of so-called “Black” people are.

The “HEAD OF MAN WITH TIGHT CURLY HAIR SCULPTURE” dated between 120-100 B.C.E can be found on exhibit Brooklyn Museum by way of Sudan.

The sculpture’s description reads, “Marble portrait of a Nubia denizen.”


There’s the “Statue of King Senkamanisken” on exhibit at Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts, depicts Senkamanisken, King of Kush.

Statuette of King Taharqa, another King of Kush, also sits on display at Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts

One can see a shrine bearing Taharqa’s name in Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, United Kingdom.

These are but a handful of the many artifacts on display around the world.

And each one holds a small key to unlocking the true forgotten history of the so-called “Black” people.

“and now they have him, as it were, bolted in with a lock of a hundred keys…

…the keys in the hands of a hundred different men, and they scattered to a hundred different and distant places;

This statement is evident.

Over the past millennia, those who wished to hide the knowledge of our ancestors have completely abused the science of Archeology.

With this misuse, they profit from and control the story of the ancestors of so-called “Black” people.

Next, we look at Genealogy and Linguistics and how they’ve been turned against the so-called “blacks” to push them into a state of Amnesia further.