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This excerpt from The Missing Foundation is found in the chapter African Religion and Christianity. I highlight a number of ancient historians and writers who give matter of fact descriptions on the color of the ancient Pharaohs and Egyptians or Kemites. This is part of my effort to show how KMT...
An essay about my personal experiences with racism. The use of African American as a designator of race and not point of origin. The fact that we are essentially all Africans, having all originated from Africa. How we should abandon African American as a designation of race for Black people,...
Before he became the Buddha, Siddharta was clinically depressed.
By Lawson Luke
A description of the afterlife beliefs of ancient Egyptians.
This edition combines both stories into the one cover.
By Frenzee Da Rebel
"Go forth, light-armed and heavy-armed, and strive with your wealth and your lives in the way of Allah! That is best for you if ye but knew."
Nobel Qu'an (9:41)
I composed this poem as a short summary of my views on the current situation in the early 21st century on the Israel/Palestine reformation since the mid 1900's. As many of you are aware this small land in the Arabian Peninsula has been disputed over for many years and still to this day remains...
This is supposed to be about an Egyptian Queen who wakes up in her own body realizing she is dead.. Leave any comments you may have!!
As a plague spreads over Egypt, Neferureâ€™s feline kind are the first to endure the fatal consequences. Ramses III, Egyptâ€™s last great pharaoh, has saved the empire from countless incursions, but after many wars the kingdom is on the brink of bankruptcy. Labour strife, shifting...
By Karston Komers
His wife is dead, his daughter is murdered, his home is engulfed by war. All he wants is peace.
im looking for happiness
By Kenneth Mcbride
Marshall Bush is tired, haggard and at the end of his wits as he explores the surface of the moon for fresh water, in hopes of restoring his vanquished fortune. A bitter tale about family, humanism and the cosmos at large.
The reason this is PG is because it deals with religion and I don't want to be responsible for anyone questioning their religion. SO READ AT YOUR OWN RISK! However I feel that this will be very interesting, and especially useful for anyone studying Egypt in school. It's pretty much a...