Muslim Louis Farrakhan says Africans were the first settlers and builders in the ancient world, apparently believing with Darwinists that humans first appeared in Africa and then evolved into white and brown people as they spread throughout the earth (see Ancient Navigation under Categories here). But Farakkhan’s own Koran says that Noah landed on Mt. Judi, acknowledged to be in the Mountains of Ararat, just north of Mesopotamia, agreeing with the Bible, so there, not Africa, is where the first humans appeared in the post Deluge world, not according to Darwinism. If Farakkhan really believes his Koran, he can’t believe the “Out of Africa” thesis, and so, his afrocentrism violates the teachings in what he says is his holy book, the Koran.
National Geographic’s feature story in the February 2008 edition entitled ”The Black Pharoahs Conquerors of Ancient Egypt” describes the invasion of New Kingdom Egypt by the black Nubian kings from the south, from present day northern Sudan, rich in gold (Nu is the label for gold in modern chemistry), but Nubian kings who could not conquer Egypt until after Egypt had been conquered by the Libyans under Sheshonk I circa 900 B.C., after centuries of eastern migrations of Libyans from the western Sahara, which was a huge but rapidly drying series of lakes during the Bronze Age.
The “aqualithic north Africa” began to dry circa 1500 B.C. when the Ice Age ended, causing the conditions for the Exodus, and the catastrophic desertification of Egypt described in the Ipuwer Papyrus, which greatly reduced the greatness of Egypt, when Egypt became the desert which it is today, when the New Kingdom period with its far less ambitious building projects and scaled back world influence became the fate of ancient post Bronze Age Egypt.
When you look at those pictures of the Nubian pyramids in the desert of northern Sudan, a sea of sand, you can see that when the Nubians took over in Egypt for a short time circa 600 B.C., they no doubt relished the control of the flood plain of the lower Nile possessed by the Egyptians, but they were forced back south circa 500 B.C., back to Nubia, with its gold, but with not much for sustenance, and so, the Nubian empire declined, never to dominante in the region again.
The Libyans of Sheshonk I were called the Tehemu by the Egyptians, who had been great megalithic builders in their ancient homeland of northwest Africa, the region of the Atlas Mountains, the Atlantioi, according to Herodotus, great charioteers and stone masons, the remmants of the advanced civilization of Atlantis, whose coastlines went under circa 1500 B.C., when the Exodus occured, and when the Middle East and North Africa and the rest of the earth’s middle latitude regions began to dry out, because the Ice Age was ending; less cloudcover, less rain and snow, the end of the Bronze Age and the great megalithic building projects, when many megalithic buildings succumbed to the rising sea level at the end of the Ice Age, some of which were of the Atlantean Empire which fought with Greece during the Ice Age, as described by Plato.
The Moors, the namesake of Morocco, the land of Atlas, were the Formorians who also settled Ice Age Britian, the Formoriachi, from Morocco, the Men of Moriachi, the same as the Atlanteans, from the Atlas Mountain region, near Gibraltar, the ruins of whom have been discovered off the coasts of Morocco, Spain, and Malta, some of whose descendants migrated east, hundreds of thousands of them, to eventually subdue Egypt circa 900 B.C., followed by the Nubians.
Farrakhan is right that the ancient Africans were advanced megalithic builders and navigators, but so too were the Hamites of the Indus region, and the Tharsins of southern Spain. And the ancient Babylonians had the same earth measuring capability as the Egyptians, Tharsins, and Indians, so not just African blacks were the great achievers during Ice Age times, therefore, Farakkhan should reconsider what the Koran, and more accurately, the Book of Genesis in the Bible, Genesis 10, the Table of Nations, says about ancient history in the post Deluge world