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Much great research is being performed by black academics, looking into the ancient history of Africa, studying the archaic kingdoms of Khem (Ham), Kush (a son of Ham), and Nubia (which means Land of Gold), preeminent among them Clyde Winters, who has noted the etymological and archaeological links of west african manding cultures to the ancient Olmecs who built the first pyramids in Central America, having arrived there by sea; they were great navigators, as explained in article #2 at, proving that black Africans, along with white/brown canaanite Phoenicians, were savvy navigators, surveyors, and megalithic builders.

Some black academics insist that ancient Egypt was a “black culture,” but the ancient images of pharoahs indicate a mix of caucasian and negroid features, not surprising since the Canaanites of the Levant cooperated with the earliest pharoahs in maritme trade, with the Canaanites probably having controlled the now submerged port city of Herakleion, at the mouth of the extinct Canopic branch of the Nile, which began to go dry circa 1500 B.C., when the Ice Age actually ended, and the sea level rose to consume Herakleion, as well as, Yarmuta, old Sidon, and old Byblos, now submerged off the Levant, and many other now submerged ice age port cities in many parts of the world (see category Submerged Ancient Ruins), including of the maritime empire of Atlantis, names after Atlas, a son of Sidon, who was a partriarch of the Phoenicians (named after their highly prized purple dye from the marine murex shell).

Many black academics worldwide are coming to realize that their ancient ancestors from the time of the kingdoms of Kush, Nubia, and Khemet, thrived in what now are the deserts of North Africa because it was much wetter back then, during the “aqualithic,” when the Nile flowed much deeper and wider (it lapped on the paws of the Sphinx), and the desert basins of the Sahara were green with inland lakes and interconnecting streams, where now falls only a few inches of rain per year, and so, they are seeing that the biblical framework does in fact fit the history which they have discovered.  See

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