Timbuktu and Brotherhood Too
Juba II in America:
Ahmed Osman tells us about the destruction of all knowledge around the end of the 4th Century Ad as a result of Roman edicts and the desire to make people into sheep to herd as they saw fit. "The Serapeum, originally established by the Ptolemies, later became also a centre for Gnostic communities, both Hermetic and Christian. Some Gnostic Christian sects grew out from within the cult of Serapis, and made no distinction between Christ and Serapis. With the destruction of the Serapeum, not only Egyptian knowledge was lost, but also Mesopotamian, Syrian, Phoenician, Jewish, and Greek. The whole scientific achievement of the old civilizations, regarded as heresy by Bishop Theophilus, disappeared in a single day: books on Astronomy, Anatomy, Medicine, Geometry, Geography, History, Philosophy, Theology, Literature, as well as copies of the early Gnostic gospels of Christ. The result was the beginning of the Dark Ages, which lasted for more than ten centuries after that. All branches of science, as well as heretic writings that did not adhere to the teaching of the orthodox Church, were forbidden by the state. This left the canonic books of the Scripture to be the main source of our knowledge until the Renaissance in the fifteenth century." (1)
The Ptolemies, including the many Cleopatras such as the one that was a consort of King Juba, owned massive tracts of land and enterprises in other lands. This is in addition to the control of Egypt and was separate from that. I have read they owned a full fifth of the African continent. These elites did not have to disclose their personal fortunes or cronyistic involvements to the people who worshipped them. They often were alchemists and practitioners of great magic including mind-fogging. Cleopatra Ptolemy was a mesmeric 'speaker' of note, for example. Ptolemy got Manetho to do a history showing he was related to the De Danaan named Hercules (Herakles). Unfortunately this Kings List that serves the Bible Narrative is fraught with propaganda. Ptolemy made a map of the Mediterranean which he and his progeny forced all people to think was accurate. It was still used by Hadji Ahmed in the 16th Century recreation of a map of the world.
In books like The Iceman Inheritance by Michael Bradley we have evidence of Africans in South America long before 10,000 years ago. The ancient Zimbabwean structures of South Africa and the Namibian deep mines dated to 45,000 years ago would indicate long before white man existed there were cultures well enough advanced to do all we think our vaunted Classical Civilization invented. The book Black Athena: The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization, Volume II The Archaeological and Documentary Evidence is part of why I refute Timbuktu being so recent as what follows, from the Smithsonian and Library of Congress. I think the one they refer to is just named after a far far earlier culture. The Hellenizing plagiarism of the Greeks is a large part of what the Eurocentrism of today's prejudices are based upon.
"'The Library of Congress is pleased to exhibit these important cultural artifacts from Mali as part of a continuing effort to create a universal collection reflecting human endeavor from all geographic areas and historical eras,' said Librarian of Congress James H. Billington.
Copies of the manuscripts in the exhibition will become part of the Library's extensive Africana collection, which contains several ancient West African manuscripts similar to those in the exhibition. Among the items on display are 'Kashf al-Gummah fi Nafa al-Ummah' (Important Stars in the Multitudes of the Heavens), an astronomy text copied at Timbuktu in 1733; 'Arbab al-Khartumi, al-Jawahir al-Hissan fi Marifat Arkan al-Iman' (A Jewel of Beauty for Learning the Pillars of Faith), a text book for teaching the basic tenets of Islam and 'Said Ahmad ibn Amar a-Raqadi al-Tumbukti al-Kunti, Shifa al-Saqam al-Aridah fi al-Zahir wa al-Batin' (Curing Defects and Diseases, Both Apparent and Hidden), a study of diseases, their remedies, and medications.
Though known to African communities for generations, the recognition of these texts by Western academics has created a breakthrough in recent scholarship. Once believed to be solely based on oral tradition, African culture has also been passed down through a rich literary tradition as evidenced by the existence of these manuscripts.
The manuscripts address a wide range of subjects such as mathematics, physics, astronomy, secular literature and Koranic teachings. Written primarily in Arabic by local authors, the majority of the works are privately held, often by descendants of the original scholars. The manuscripts in the exhibition are from two of the most noteworthy private collections in the region-the Mamma Haidara Commemorative Library and the Library of Cheick Zayni Baye of Boujbeha.
Situated on the edge of the Sahara Desert in West Africa, the legendary city of Timbuktu, Mali, was founded in 1100 A.D. For more than 600 years, Timbuktu was one of the world's most important commercial centers due to its central location on trans-Saharan trade routes. Timbuktu's universities and mosques attracted scholars throughout the continent, making it a spiritual, intellectual and literary center whose influences reached beyond the borders of present-day Mali to encompass Western and Northern Africa, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Public libraries grew from the original works of these scholars and through importation of books. Remnants of this rich history and culture survive to this day through the ancient manuscripts of Timbuktu's desert libraries." (2)
At the last battle for Carthage when Rome attacked you had a racial mix of people coming together to fight Empire. Blacks or Nubians were fighting by their 'brothers' side. The Phoenicians who founded Carthage out of Tyre under a woman named Dido just six centuries earlier were to find America was a place they could go to get away from Rome. Just a century before this last battle it is reported that the leaders of Carthage had decreed that none of their people could go to America. You can find this little fact reported by Pseudo-Aristotle but you will not find it being employed by academics in their false history which continues to maintain the fictions attendant with the Flat Earth theory upon which the modern nations like America (Romano-Bruttii EMPIRE) are founded. People were living in places like the Caribbean and enjoying life and each other for millennia before civilized Catholics (Roman Empire) came and wiped out the beautiful people like the Taino on Cuba who went to Chichen Itza to settle disputes at the Pelota. There they played a game to settle these disputes. This was a better way than going to war. This was Brotherhood in action! But the history reported by people like the above quote from the Library of Congress would have us think of racial differences keeping people apart.
The Fatimids and the Assassins seem to have made deals at the upper echelon of their society with many of their supposed enemies. The same was true of the Farsi and Pharisee lot who were highly regarded throughout the Roman and Parthian Empires before the Crusades. In the crusades they made their deals with the Knights and earlier times saw them dealing with Pythagoreans or a more direct relationship with the BEES or Berbers of the Stuart continuum from Mil or Mile, whenever and if ever he actually existed. That would go all the way back to 20,000 years ago according to Niven Sinclair who is one of their historians. Even in the start of the First World War the gentry of opposing sides still conducted soirees and other parties with each other. It has been such fun for them - I guess. You hear how the plebs are cannon and sword fodder throughout history and it seems we are when war is not happening as well.
The Kelts had free medicine for the poor and an educational system that lasted for 25 years. They were dangerous and had to be eliminated! They fought for Ariadne on Crete and others before her. They are the Hyksos ('foreigners') of Phoenician Sea People. They are the people who were eradicated on Easter Island and New Zealand under the watchful eye of a Romano-British plot that needs to be exposed! Even the bounty on the Beothuk is connected to this horror show that history has covered up for far too many years. If I sound upset, you can assume I have red hair like my nieces and nephews. I'm tired of war! How about you? Ogham was their language and the Britannica echoes the words of academics who deny it exists all over America by calling it scrapes from farm implements or the like. Right! Let us begin to hear the truth before we actually believe anyone. If they can't tell us what they've done or why these things happen how can we TRUST? I don't believe in death but that doesn't mean I want humanity to end. If life is only counting score on the societal success ladder that allows such inhumane acts by insecure deviates then I don't believe in that kind of life, either. In my recent book The Worldwide Prehistoric Import of the GREAT LAKES!, I have included numerous other illustrations and cited the words of experts.
One such expert was Edward Lanning who wrote Peru Before the Incas. This Columbia University researcher who spent 20 years in the field brought me artifactual proof in Lima, which confirms the ancient drug trade and the token/coded handshake as well as a description of Kelts just like that of Caesar in the Gallic Wars. If any academic read Caesar's words of description regarding the Keltic fleet he met in Brittany, they would know the Kelts were in America a long time before Aristotle (or his student) said so in Strange Things Heard. These secrets and secret spying agencies have been our demise and they do not advantage us any as a whole society.
Certainly mankind has been the victim of far too many hoaxes and plots against the common good. That too must end! JFK was right to try to disband the CIA and Napoleon was not only an Emperor of France. Read why he wore the BEE symbol of the House of Mallia and the Merovingians. Then you'll understand what has been going on. I assure you the words of Julius Caesar (Written by Hirtius his propagandist.) were very prolific and well perused as well as being rather one-sided. What has happened to man throughout history is less a matter of chance than it has been a plan. That plan has not been what Teilhard de Chardin called for when he said we need - "A CONSPIRACY OF LOVE!" Things are not single disciplinary or purely historical or archaeologic; we need to integrate all knowledge and develop wisdom or common sense. If we don't become this informed as consumers, we are doomed. The Métis are likely remnants of Europeans who came to America through the millennium or two after Caesar and his kind subjugated freedom in Europe. They say:
"Principles of freedom included:
The Coureurs de Bois above all cherished the principle of
'FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT'.
The Indians had exposed these first Frenchmen to the Principle
'FREE TRADE'. The Indians also challenged the French Principle of
'One King, One Church'
with a new
DEMOCRATIC PROCESS. What did the fathers of the Métis see in the New World:"
This quote from www.agt.net/public/dgarneau/metis-a.htm is well worth considering as we go forward to meet the challenges of space and a universe where people are not limited any more than the God that exists within all lifeforms. And when we are certain about what lies off the coast of Cuba at the 2200' depth under the Gulf of Mexico will anyone take notice that each of us needs to re-evaluate all the laws and morals we accept from those 'experts' who are often quite wrong. Just ask quantum physicists about how much flak truth can generate!
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