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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

What Race Were the Ancient Egyptians

You don't need to be able to get through the peer reviewed stuff you really only need to understand this.

All the best qualified investigators agree that the evidence already obtainedshows conclusively the Cusheeite or Ethiopian origin of Chaldea
(p 192 pre-historic nations John d. baldwin)

What I do know is that Hawass, an arab nationalist who hates black people but is left in charge of egypts egyptology program for god knows why, denies the ancient egyptians were black. He set out to prove it by testing Ramssess III and his son (this is because III was the last "great" pharaoh with total control over Egypt. It was also done on him because they viewed him as the pharaoh least likely to be black from the actual Egyptian rule period). Here are the results

A 2012 study done on the mummified remains of Ramesses III and his son determined that both y-chromosomes belonged to Haplogroup E1b1a (Y-DNA). The pharaoh's y-chromosome belongs to the most frequent haplogroup among contemporary Sub-Saharan y-chromosomes
Hawass (2012). Revisiting the harem conspiracy and death of Ramesses III: anthropological, forensic, radiological, and genetic study.

In otherwords, the man whose set out to prove the ancient egyptians not black did exactly the opposite, and not only proved them black but proved modern egyptians who are not e1b1a as basically imposter egyptians or turko-arabs.

Modern African Americans are about ~60% e1b1a making them closer to Pharaohs of ancient egypt than most modern day egyptians who you can see from the map have virtually none.

They dna tested the armana mummies and basically found they all are closes to central and south africans followed by west africans then east africans in that order. This confirms the ancient egyptians believe they originated from central africa at the foothills of the mountains that feeds the nile were the gods were believed to have lived.

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