The Greatest Secret
Egyptology is defined as the study of pharaonic Egypt, spanning the period c. 4500 BCE to CE 641. Egyptology began when the scholars accompanying Napoleon Bonaparte’s invasion of Egypt (1798–1801) published Description de l’Égypte (1809–28), which made large quantities of source material about Kemet available to Europeans. And as we can see here, it was at the origin, a study made by European scholars for European people because the knowledge about that ancient civilization had been lost.
This single fact plays a major role in the way the study is made and taught. But we are so used to receiving information without questioning it that we believe that everything we are being taught is authentic and perfect. In the video above, you can see that it is not the case, especially for Egyptology. There were many factors that influenced each action that was taken by European scholars during that time period and we already talked about it in many articles in the past such as the proof that scholars are lying and The whitewashing of the ancient world.
According to Chancellor Williams who was an African American sociologist, historian, and writer, there were 7 hidden principles that all the egyptology institutions used and still use today when they make discoveries and deliver the information to the masses. These 7 principles appear in his famous book called: The destruction of Black civilization. Chancellor Williams understood that these 7 principles explained why most people today, still have a very biased understanding of the ancient history of Africa and especially of Kemet which is seen as the epitome of civilization.
In most people’s minds, that civilization could not be African. But based on all the discoveries, there was no doubt that these people were indigenous black Africans. And that truth was problematic because they could not let the people who were being oppressed and enslaved discover that they deserved a better treatment. They had to find a way to maintain the masses in that illusion of racial superiority. And that’s probably when these principles have been founded. As Don Griffin says in the video, it was impossible to go from Kemet being a black African civilization (negro) to being a European (white) civilization, without rewriting something in the process. Because everything these ancient people left stated the opposite.
Here are these 7 principles
Ignore or refuse to publish any facts of African history that would not support the theory of European racial superiority.
Create religious and scientific doctrines to ease the white conscience for oppressing and enslaving African people.
Flood the world with hastily thrown together African histories that contain European perspective only.
Start renaming people and places, Replace African names of persons, places, and things with Arabic and European names. This will disguise their true black identity.
Change the criteria for defining race. For example, one drop of Negro blood in America makes you a negro, no matter how light your skin. When reporting ancient history, reverse the standard. Make one drop of white blood render someone a caucasian no matter how dark the skin.
When black participation in civilization is so obvious your best schemes can’t hide it, find a way to attribute the success to outside white influence.
When all the ancient historians contradict your theory, seek to discredit them.
Some scholars say that it is a pure hypothesis. That it is impossible that secret meetings gathering the greatest Egyptologists could have happened. Especially if their intention was to maintain the masses into darkness. But it would not be the first time that such a thing happened. Before the African colonization, there was the Berlin conference, which is the exact same type of meeting where European people decided about the fate of a whole continent without their consent. New countries have been created and new racial theories forced into innocent people. These decisions destroyed the lives of millions of people. So, with that in mind, it becomes very easy to believe that the same type of meeting could have happened in the world of Egyptology.
Every single individual who studied African history and then tried to debate with people about it have encountered at least the application of one of these principles. I have myself experienced it countless times. And to be honest with you, it was frustrating. People hid behind these mind walls when their beliefs were challenged by the facts.