Nubian Moor Race

Nubian Moor Race

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Nubian Moor Women

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Black Indians,The Egyptian Sphinx, Black Madonna and TheOlmec.


Shem Hotep ("I go in peace").


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Black Indians
Description: A Hidden Heritage. Blacks and Indians had first contact as far back as the days of Columbus. Blacks found refuge and acceptance not found in white society in Indian societies, but this part of American history has been much hidden and denied. "This may be the most comprehensive study to date on the intermixing of Blacks & Native.
American: The term "American" according to U.S. history was supposedly taken from the Italian navigator, Amerigo Vespucci. The truth is that the term, "America" is a two part word (Amer) taken from the French word, "Moor" which were the inhabitants of West Africa (Morocco, Mali). These Africans were also referred to as, "Muur, Moor" and "Morenos" in Spain to mean,” Black." The term, "Moor" is the root word of the Latin term, "Amor" which means, "Beloved" and was the term used in reference to the Moroccan kings who sailed via Spain and became religious leaders of the Vatican. The original Vatican priesthood was African! (Catholic = Cat Holistic or "Holy Cat" of Egypt symbolized by the Sphinx.) The Moroccan priesthood oversaw the Papal government. The term, "Rica" derived from the Middle English word "Ric" to mean "Power realm." Power was determined by bloodline and by wealth, thus the term, "Rich" or "Reich," and referred to the wealthy Moroccans that were depicted in the films, "Casablanca" and "The King and I". The term "American" literally refers to the early inhabitants of this land who wore gold in their noses.

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The Egyptian Sphinx and Black Madonna.
The Wahitaw were direct descendants of the Olmecs who mixed in with the Malian Moors. The name "Wahitaw" comes from the Wahita River which flows along Northwest Texas and Oklahoma to the Red River, where the Cheyenne Native Americans lived with the Chawasha, meaning "Raccoon People”. The Washo were a tribe of Negroid who lived above the New Orleans Bayou and were of Tunican linguistic stock. The name "Wahitaw" is a derivative of the term "Ouachita" or what is now "Wichita". The term is a Choctaw term which means "Big Arbor" which represented the Grass thatched arbor homes that the people lived in. The Washtaw was originally from lower Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama (named after Nubian-Sudanese Ali Baba). The tribe was officially named "Wichita" by the U.S. Government in the Camp Holmes Treaty of 1835. This tribe was unmistakably a Negroid tribe! The Wichita were also known as "Paniwassaha" or by the French "Panioussa" which means "Black Pawnee." French traders from Illinois called them "Pani Pique" which means "Tattooed Pawnee." The Wasitaw or "Raccoon People" were called Raccoons because of their black faces. When describing the Wahitaw, the French describes the blacks who lived in large grass houses. TheWahitaw called themselves "Kitikitish" which is an interpretation of "Raccoon Eyed." The term was later shortened to "Coon" which became a term used in reference to blacks in America. The Wahitaw were an offshoot of the Pawnee Confederation. When the Moors came to America, they mixed in with the Wahitaw Native Americans and became known as "Washo." So the Wahitaw Moors are the so-called "Lost" tribe of Indians that are spoken of in the history books? Yes! They are the hidden tribe that was the descendants of the Olmecs and Toltec’s of Mexico. The Wasitaw tribe is also the ancestors to such tribes as Pawnee, Osage, Creek, Seminole, Cherokee, Catawba, Comanche, Nez Perce, Tuscarora, Gingaskin, Mattaponi, Powhatten, Micmac, Lumbi, Mandan, Blackfoot, Natchez, Chickasaw, and many more tribes.

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MEXICO (XI) Gigantic stone head of Negritic African during the Olmec (XI) Civilization.

The earliest people in the Americas were people of the Negritic African race, who entered the Americas perhaps as early as 100,000 years ago, by way of the Bering straight and about thirty thousand years ago in a worldwide maritime undertaking that included journeys from the then wet and lake filled Sahara towards the Indian Ocean and the Pacific, and from West Africa across the Atlantic Ocean towards the Americas.
According to the Gladwin Thesis, this ancient journey occurred, particularly about 75,000 years ago and included Black Pygmies, Black Negritic peoples and Black Australians similar to the Aboriginal Black people of Australia and parts of Asia, including India.


(TATTOO REGRET) Off the mark “When soccer moms are getting tattoos, you know it’s time to stop."

Once a rite of passage for young sailors tattoos in the last decade or so have become fashion statements for everybody from Hollywood’s young starlets to high school girls hanging out at the local mall.
By the late 1990s, low-rider pants and skimpy crop tops made once-hidden pieces of flesh valuable real estate: A Chinese symbol across the small of a woman’s back, a devil peering over a waistline or a flower on the ankle became common sights. Now, it seems the trend of the 1990s is becoming the regret of the 2000s, as more and more women turn to laser surgery to erase something that’s not looking as good at age 35 as it did at 25.

According to the American Society for Dermatological Surgery, the tattoo removal business is booming. The group says the practice of removing tattoos with lasers, the newest technology available, has surged 27 percent from 2001 to 2003. That number probably will grow when the group’s new report comes out later this year. Many adults with tattoos would like to have them removed," said Avner Raz, president of Lumenis, a company that makes tattoo-removing equipment. I know a lot of girls get tattoos because they think that they’re really cute or sexy, sure it’s cute now, but how will it look when you’re in your 40s, 50s and 60s, and it’s all sun-damaged and wrinkled? Yuck.

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Who are you? A woman that is black and beautiful inside and out filled with joy and pride. Who are you? A Woman as graceful as a butterfly, as woman should be seen and not heard. Who are you? A woman that is cunning, a woman of skill and knowledge. Who are you? A woman with strength, to knock down any boundaries keeping you from your journeys of life. Who are you? A woman that dream to have a life of an angel with never ending love and happiness. Who are you? A woman that’s your lover and friend, keep you feeling loved and secure. Who are you? A woman of respect and admiration; respecting and admiring your mind body and soul. Who are you? A woman with a passionate kiss with lips as soft as fresh rose petals, leaving him wanting and wishing for more. Who are you? A woman with a charm that’s as radiant as the sunshine. Who are you? A woman full of laughter giggles and grins, which is the medicine of the soul. Who are you? A woman with your identity, look into your eyes and you’ll see who you are. Black is Beautiful.


Trya X said...

Peace: I have you in my links section, and I hope you like my blog as well:

Hunter Oxentine said...

Of course, you do realize a journey like that would impossible for 100,000 years ago for any ethnic peoples in that time period. Ships(triremes at best in those days) could not possibly take the long way to America all the way from Africa, they didn't even use triremes to leave the coast, you're basically in a paddle boat. That idea in general is crazy. Half of the Mayflower's passengers dies before they made it to the new world and they were in a galleon(ship with advanced sails). An that's travelling five times faster going the short way being wind powered. You're saying they took the long way in large row boats. The journey it's self would take ten years at least and the food and fresh water would be gone long before that. The first people to inhabit the land were the mongoloids(genetically confirmed in every native american not just a few select individuals). The first outsiders to visit were the European Vikings. This was only possible because they halved the journey by creating an outpost and settlement on Greenland which is right beside Canada. There are Viking relics, Viking stories and Native American myths to confirm this. Lastly, the American name thing is just ignorance. The name America was given by the Europeans because Amerigo drew the map. Prior to that the Native Americans were called Indians by Columbus as he thought he had made it to India. The Native Americans didn't have a name for their continent, only themselves. They didn't think objectively, they thought objectively. How were they to know there were other nations across the sea? They thought that's where the gods were from. In fact they thought all of their invaders were gods. To them the Americas were the world and they didn't even know there was a North or South part. Their peoples just weren't as advanced as their Eurasian counterparts at the time except for in mathematics. Heck, I don't even know how you came up with the first Vatican order being African decent... That's just foolish. The Vatican started in Europe by the Holy Roman Empire. That's just how it is. We can't change history. There are so many things wrong with what you're trying to argue and I could go on and on but I'll just stop here. I don't know how you'll react. But what I've told you is the actual truth. The indisputable truth. I promise I'm not trying to be rude but you can't just pass off outlandish conspiracy theories as factual historic happenings.

Hunter Oxentine said...

I'm a Tuscarora and Lumbee by way. So I know my heritage better than anyone.

Me-Chelle said...

I think that this is an interesting read. Also, Hunter Oxentine I think you might want to fact check a little more, there is documentation in multiple sources of Pre-Columbian travel from West Africa. You're making assumptions about what people could do based on what research? African ships were more advanced than a row boat, and there's also significant evidence in depictions of people with African features in Mayan ruins. Also, what about the fact that the "recognized" tribes are not the end all be all to Indigenous history? You also assume that all these years ago the environment was exactly the same. Also, to the points of assuming that Eurasian counterparts were the most advanced, there is further evidence in European history (Check out info from scholars at Cambridge and Oxford) on how people traveled to Northern and Eastern African to learn from them. Truthfully all any of us are working with is hope that what is written was written in truth, but we know that's not always the case. And even oral histories change. Be open to the idea that there is more to history than what's given, as well as the idea that people did extraordinary things before the modern day.