Niger : Twin Pyramids found in Niger

Fine1952

Happy Winter Solstice
MEMBER
Sep 27, 2005
7,772
2,417
After reviewing this response eye am throughly convinced that "reading is not comprehensively fundamental" in this case. Since upon closer examination ---eye have come to the conclusion that our cultural as well as our social system (eg. home and school) have failed our children miserably as expressed by the lack of conceptual content in the responses. The un-practiced manner and style of linquistic usage was purely lost in transation at the door.

Here are some frienemy debate tips:

You failed 1. Never go to a gunfight with a butter knife
You failed 2. Never debate w/o documented sources
You failed 3. Never character assassinate
You failed 4. Never exclude necessary exceptions to the rule
You failed 5. Never forget to honor african centered scholarship
You failed 6. Never use less than 2 possibilities
You failed 7. Never use your ignorance as a point of reference
You failed 8. Do your own well-documented research
You failed 9. Maintain a logical order to your thought process
You failed 10. Rely on facts not opinions
You failed 11. Never go to a gun fight with a butter knife
You failed 12. Never show your confusion by asking compound questions
You failed 13. Quick responses non-thoughtout responses reveal a lack of scholarship

Better luck next time, youngsta:baby:

Didn't I warn you not to play with me??

lol - are you serious - boy did someone buy you a big ego for your birthday

right i have little more time for your pretentious puffery....

lets start here - i said that Jacques Joseph Champollion-Figeac dint believe in a black africa and your reply to that is to call me a liar based on a quote tellin me what his younger brother Jean-François Champollion said - hmmm is this really the kind of thing one would expect from someone whos done the research

my answer number 2 was strangely enough an answer to your number 2 point.... heres your number 2 point again since your memory seems to be failing a lil.... "2. Had you been studying the works of our scholars, which obviously you haven't, you would see where they state that Kemet was a child of Africa....meaning that it was not the parent, the mother or the father."..... now just how in the h*ck does that relate to you showing me that white people said kemet was black - maybe you need to go for a checkup to have that memory tested


just don't try and present yourself as something that you're not and then think you're going to get away with it

are you for real - im representin myself as someone with an interest in the topic with an open mind who has some opinions - your the one pretending to be some great scholar with all the deep knowledge that must never be challenged - and its been noted so many times how you get your panties in a total twist when people dont bow down to your mighty brain

even worse if this statement - "There is no debate for those that have done the research." - with that one phrase you have proved beyond doubt that you have not an ounce of scholarly gray matter in your head - no person basin there scholarship on real scientific research would ever presume such arrogance

oh and while im here did i just here you say "all I know beyond a doubt is that he is one of the greatest liars I have ever read of in my life next to white people" - hmmm white people the worlds greatest liars - your research largely based on white people - some people just never let you down just when you want them to stick there foot in there mouth

a closed mind is a pitiful thing to behold indeed



Now is there anyone who cares to say anythin sensible on this interestin topic of the niger pyramids - im quite happy to debate with anyone who holds Mr Kenyattas views btw - just so long as they dont presume to be infallible.... or omnipotent
 

Keita Kenyatta

going above and beyond
PREMIUM MEMBER
Feb 7, 2004
5,636
3,331
Didn't I warn you not to play with me??

lol - are you serious - boy did someone buy you a big ego for your birthday

right i have little more time for your pretentious puffery....

lets start here - i said that Jacques Joseph Champollion-Figeac dint believe in a black africa and your reply to that is to call me a liar based on a quote tellin me what his younger brother Jean-François Champollion said - hmmm is this really the kind of thing one would expect from someone whos done the research

my answer number 2 was strangely enough an answer to your number 2 point.... heres your number 2 point again since your memory seems to be failing a lil.... "2. Had you been studying the works of our scholars, which obviously you haven't, you would see where they state that Kemet was a child of Africa....meaning that it was not the parent, the mother or the father."..... now just how in the h*ck does that relate to you showing me that white people said kemet was black - maybe you need to go for a checkup to have that memory tested


just don't try and present yourself as something that you're not and then think you're going to get away with it

are you for real - im representin myself as someone with an interest in the topic with an open mind who has some opinions - your the one pretending to be some great scholar with all the deep knowledge that must never be challenged - and its been noted so many times how you get your panties in a total twist when people dont bow down to your mighty brain

even worse if this statement - "There is no debate for those that have done the research." - with that one phrase you have proved beyond doubt that you have not an ounce of scholarly gray matter in your head - no person basin there scholarship on real scientific research would ever presume such arrogance

oh and while im here did i just here you say "all I know beyond a doubt is that he is one of the greatest liars I have ever read of in my life next to white people" - hmmm white people the worlds greatest liars - your research largely based on white people - some people just never let you down just when you want them to stick there foot in there mouth

a closed mind is a pitiful thing to behold indeed

~wipes her hands of the foolishness of the self inflated~

Now is there anyone who cares to say anythin sensible on this interestin topic of the niger pyramids - im quite happy to debate with anyone who holds Mr Kenyattas views btw - just so long as they dont presume to be infallible.... or omnipotent
Point 1. Never confuse ego for confidence.

Point 2. You haven't provided a reference, an African scholar or any research material what so ever to back up anything you claim.

Point 3. There are exceptions to all things and people...as if all white people think and act alike. Classic example: Had you studied the works of our scholar Dr. Chancellor Williams in The Destruction of Black Civilization, you would know what our historic relationship has been with white people on the good and the bad side.
(meaning that they all couldn't have been thinking and acting the same)

Point 4. If you respected our legacy of the Underground Railroad in this country, you would understand the same thing...that obviously ALL THE WHITE PEOPLE couldn't have been thinking and acting the same....if so, we may have never made it through that railroad !!

Point 5. You are very young and have much to learn in your journey of life...hopefully you will make it.

for your edification:

POINT 1. In the work of Dr. Diop entitled: The African Origin of Civilization pg. 1-2 it is written as follows:
The Ethiopians say that the Egyptians are one of their colonies which was brought into Egypt by Osiris. They even allege that this country was originally under water, but that the Nile, dragging much mud as it flowed from Ethiopia, had finally filled it in and made it a part of the continent. ... They add that from them, as from their authors and ancestors, the Egyptians get most of their laws. It is from them that the Egyptians have learned to honor
{p. 2} kings as gods and bury them with such pomp; sculpture and writing were invented by the Ethiopians. The Ethiopians cite evidence that they are more ancient than the Egyptians, but it is useless to report that here.


So here is a people with a history older than kemet before it was ever even a land...who admit that it was they who sent the colony out to occupy that land....who admit that all the customs of Kemet are theirs


POINT 1. In the work of Dr. Diop entitled: The African Origin of Civilization pg. 1-2 it is written as follows:
The Ethiopians say that the Egyptians are one of their colonies which was brought into Egypt by Osiris. They even allege that this country was originally under water, but that the Nile, dragging much mud as it flowed from Ethiopia, had finally filled it in and made it a part of the continent. ... They add that from them, as from their authors and ancestors, the Egyptians get most of their laws. It is from them that the Egyptians have learned to honor
{p. 2} kings as gods and bury them with such pomp; sculpture and writing were invented by the Ethiopians. The Ethiopians cite evidence that they are more ancient than the Egyptians, but it is useless to report that here.


So here is a people with a history older than kemet before it was ever even a land...who admit that it was they who sent the colony out to occupy that land....who admit that all the customs of Kemet are theirs.....and you want me to jump on some Master Souley ish !!! You must be jokin !!!!

Sister Drusilla Dungee Houston in her classic work entitled:
Wonderful Ethiopians OF THE Ancient Cushite Empire state:
The excavations of Petrie revealed in Egypt the remains of a distinct race that preceeded the historic Egyptians. The earliest civilization was higher than that of the later dynasties. Its purer art represents an "Old Race" that fills all the background of the pre-historic ages. It colonized the first civilized centers of the primitive world. The ancients called this pioneer ram which lit the torch of art and science, Cushite Ethiopians, the founders of primeval cities and civilized life

The culture of Egypt did not originate upon the Lower Nile. Who then was her teacher? It was the ancient Cushite empire of Ethiopians, which weighty authorities tell us ruled over three continents for thousands of years.

They were emphatically the monument builders on the plains of Shinar and the valley of the Nile from Meroe to Memphis. In southern Arabia they erected wonderful edifices. They were responsible for the monuments that dot southern Siberia and in America along the valley of the Mississippi down to Mexico and in Peru their images and monuments stand a "voiceless witnesses." This was the ancient Cushite Empire of Ethiopians that covered three worlds.



If you require information concerning what works you can study, I have a video on youtube whereby I show you my library book by book and speak to it.


Peace Out !!
 

Enki

The Evolved Amphibian
STAFF
Aug 27, 2010
7,992
4,874
The Third Plane of Existence
Occupation
Civil Eng.

Enki

The Evolved Amphibian
STAFF
Aug 27, 2010
7,992
4,874
The Third Plane of Existence
Occupation
Civil Eng.
After reviewing this response eye am throughly convinced that "reading is not comprehensively fundamental" in this case. Since upon closer examination ---eye have come to the conclusion that our cultural as well as our social system (eg. home and school) have failed our children miserably as expressed by the lack of conceptual content in the responses. The un-practiced manner and style of linquistic usage was purely lost in transation at the door.

Here are some frienemy debate tips:




You failed 7. Never use your ignorance as a point of reference

You failed 9. Maintain a logical order to your thought process


You failed 12. Never show your confusion by asking compound questions
You failed 13. Quick responses non-thoughtout responses reveal a lack of scholarship

Better luck next time, youngsta:baby:

Wait, are you personalizing the conversation here, which you are also clearly commenting on a member's intellect.

Think about this the next time you want to make a thread about nothing, saying that a member is getting personal with you.

Peace!
 

Enki

The Evolved Amphibian
STAFF
Aug 27, 2010
7,992
4,874
The Third Plane of Existence
Occupation
Civil Eng.
...

I'm sorry to intervene Shalai, but this guy is a law unto himself, lol, its hard to tell if he's real or just full of sarcasm; at any rate, I find his off the wall remarks quite funny now, and certainly don't take him seriously.
I have to agree...I saw his name and I said..."here he come, get ready".....:rofl:

I got my ring side seat cuz he has some doozies...:popcorn1:


Peace!
 

Enki

The Evolved Amphibian
STAFF
Aug 27, 2010
7,992
4,874
The Third Plane of Existence
Occupation
Civil Eng.
Didn't I warn you not to play with me?? If you're ignorant of something, you're just plain ignorant. If you don't know, there's no shame in not knowing....but don't come on here trying to fake the funk with me....your time is up !!!!

(YOU WROTE) never heard of Count Voney or Jacques Joseph Champollion-Figeac or any of the numerous other white such as Glidden who proclaimed Kemet a white nation.

MY ANSWER: You just outright lied !! Here is exactly what Count Volney said pertaining to Kemet. Count C. Volney, a distinguished French scholar who visited Egypt in the late 1700's, wrote with astonishment “...when I visited the Sphinx, its appearance gave me the key to the riddle. Beholding that head typically kneegroid in all its features...” He later added “...the Egyptians were true Negroes of the same type as all native-born Africans.” The Sphinx’s broad nose and full lips are evident in an early drawing of the Sphinx as it was found in the 19th century .

This means that you ain't studied jack ish !!...and I already informed you that that "internet scholar" ish don't work with me.

ON CHAMPOLLION FIGEAC: Documented from Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop's work; The African Origin of Civilization, pg. 46.

Let us start with the oldest of these theses, that of Champollion the Younger, set forth in the thirteenth letter to his brother. It concerns bas-reliefs on the tomb of Sesostris I, also visited by Rienzi. These date back to the sixteenth century B.C. (Eighteenth Dynasty) and represent the races of man known to the Egyptians. This monument is the oldest complete ethnological document available. Here is what Champollion says about it:


{quote} Right in the valley of Biban-el-Moluk, we admired, like all previous visitors, the astonishing freshness of the paintings and the fine sculptures on several tombs. I had a copy made of the peoples represented on the bas-reliefs. At first I had thought, from copies of these bas-reliefs published in England, that these peoples of different races led by the god Horus holding his shepherd's staff, were indeed nations subject to the rule of the Pharaohs. A study of the legends informed me that this tableau has a more general meaning.

It portrays the third hour of the day, when the sun is beginning to turn on its burning rays, warming all the inhabited countries of our hemisphere. According to the legend itself, they wished to represent the inhabitants of Egypt and those of foreign lands. Thus we have before our eyes the image of the various races of man known to the Egyptians and we learn at the same time the great geographical or ethnographical divisions established during that early epoch. Men led by Horus, the shepherd of the peoples, belong to four distinct families. The first, the one closest to the god, has a dark red color, a well-proportioned body, kind face, nose slightly aquiline, long braided hair, and is dressed in white.

The legends designate this species as Rot-en-ne-Rome, the race of men par excellence i.e., the Egyptians. There can be no uncertainty about the racial identity of the man who comes next: he belongs to the Black race, designated under the general term Nahasi. The third presents a very different aspect; his skin color borders on yellow or tan; he has a strongly aquiline nose, thick, black pointed beard, and wears a short garment of varied colors; these are called Namou. Finally, the last one is what we call flesh-colored, a white skin of the most delicate shade, a nose straight or slightly arched, blue eyes, blond or reddish beard, tall stature and very slender clad in a

{p. 47} hairy ox-skin, a veritable savage tattooed on various parts of his body; he is called Tamhou. I hastened to seek the tableau corresponding to this one in the other royal tombs and, as a matter of fact, I found it in several. The variations I observed fully convinced me that they had tried to represent here the inhabitants of the four corners of the earth, according to the Egyptian system, namely: 1. the inhabitants of Egypt which, by itself, formed one part of the world ...; 2. the inhabitants of Africa proper: Blacks; 3. Asians; 4. finally (and I am ashamed to say so, since our race is the last and the most savage in the series), Europeans who, in those remote epochs, frankly did not cut too fine a figure in the world. In this category we must include all blonds and white-skinned people living not only in Europe, but Asia as well, their starting point.

MEANING THAT YOU LIED AGAIN !!!....YOU AIN'T STUDIED JACK ISH!!...but you come on here quoting ish like you know, when it is clear that you don't!! That's lie number 2.

(YOU SAID) Number 2 - so they agree with me - just how does that make 'me' ignorant?

MY ANSWER: That's lie number 3 because I just showed you where those white people said that Kemet was black !! Therefore your attempt to present yourself as scholarly or well studied is a 4th lie !!

(YOU SAID)
Number 4 - hmmm so im loud and i speak what i think as i think it? so? nobody has to listen to me- if they do they will either find something i say right or wrong - no problem then


MY ANSWER: You can be all of that and more...just don't try and present yourself as something that you're not and then think you're going to get away with it. Either your words have value and represent you or they don't. That choice is yours....which will it be?? That of a growing African Queen in search of her legacy or an empty can of noise that can be found anywhere??

(YOU SAID)
keep your mind open
this is good advice for everyone - not just for those who think like me - but for those that think like you too - i can accept the pyramids of egypt could be older than those of niger - i can also accept the pyramids of niger could be older than the pyramids of egypt - what im calling for is more research - especially since i have yet to read anythin from any black archeologists about these specific niger pyramids except from Master Souley himself - it certainly seems they were unknown to others working in this field till his announcement

MY ANSWER: There is no debate for those that have done the research. I'm about to deal with that crazy ish that U Be Naturally posted. He reminds me so much of one of my sons seeking recognition without knowing what side of the fence in life he's destined to stand upon.
Ok, stop with the name calling please. Enough is enough, if you don't like what she is saying, put her on ignore. You've been here long enough to know what is acceptable behavior, but to start every post to a member with insults and name calling is getting out of hand. More bashing that debating is taking place.

Peace!
 

Clyde C Coger Jr

going above and beyond
PREMIUM MEMBER
Nov 17, 2006
52,027
11,212
Occupation
Speaker/Teacher/Author
I have to agree...I saw his name and I said..."here he come, get ready".....:rofl:

I got my ring side seat cuz he has some doozies...:popcorn1:


Peace!

Yes Sir ... It took me awhile, but I just began to accept him as he is, and when you do that, its exactly like you said, lol:

"here he come, get ready".....:rofl:

I got my ring side seat cuz he has some doozies...:popcorn1:


But the fun part is watching others defy his logic :rofl:

 

Dreya

Well-Known Member
MEMBER
Jul 14, 2014
623
304
GA
Occupation
Applied computer arts
After reviewing this response eye am throughly convinced that "reading is not comprehensively fundamental" in this case. Since upon closer examination ---eye have come to the conclusion that our cultural as well as our social system (eg. home and school) have failed our children miserably as expressed by the lack of conceptual content in the responses. The un-practiced manner and style of linquistic usage was purely lost in transation at the door.

Here are some frienemy debate tips:

You failed 1. Never go to a gunfight with a butter knife
You failed 2. Never debate w/o documented sources
You failed 3. Never character assassinate
You failed 4. Never exclude necessary exceptions to the rule
You failed 5. Never forget to honor african centered scholarship
You failed 6. Never use less than 2 possibilities
You failed 7. Never use your ignorance as a point of reference
You failed 8. Do your own well-documented research
You failed 9. Maintain a logical order to your thought process
You failed 10. Rely on facts not opinions
You failed 11. Never go to a gun fight with a butter knife
You failed 12. Never show your confusion by asking compound questions
You failed 13. Quick responses non-thoughtout responses reveal a lack of scholarship

Better luck next time, youngsta:baby:
You failed 1. Never go to a gunfight with a butter knife
You failed 11. Never go to a gun fight with a butter knife

hmmm maybe when Mr Kenyatta goes for that checkup to see his memery aint failin you should go along to - its a terrible but true fact that those brain cells keep diein off every day as people age - butter knife might well be more than enough when the old folks cant remember where they put there bullets.... or there gun... or why they is even there in the first place..... now go along and make yourself a nice hot bevrage to calm yourself down - gettin all agitated aint good for your heart you know
 

Dreya

Well-Known Member
MEMBER
Jul 14, 2014
623
304
GA
Occupation
Applied computer arts
now back to somethin sensible.....

heres an idea of what the pyramid an sphinx might have looked like before....


in some ways it looks more like the pyramids in the americas - cept for bein round - possibly a temple of some sort on the top?
 

Consciousness Raising Online!

Latest profile posts

Ms Drea wrote on Kemetstry's profile.
Brother Kem.. Marva Collins passed June 24, 2015
Sister Destee how have you been? It's been a while but I'm glad to be back. I see many changes so I'll browse around to get my feel of things again
sekou kasimu wrote on Destee's profile.
Jambo! I deleted a post that was a duplication. Both were deleted!!! Can you find it and repost it for me? I put a lot of work into it!
Destee wrote on shaka64's profile.
Hi Brother shaka64 ... Welcome Home! :heart:
Destee, my Sister!! I am sending you greetings with love from a rainy and relentless overcast Michigan! But you continue to bring sunshine into my life and for that I am eternally grateful! I LOVE the new look and features in the community. I hope you're enjoying your best life. Love and peace...:heart:
Top