Sudan Temples Shed Light on a Hidden African Civilization

By March 19, 2019Blog, News, Videos
Kerma discovery [:en] Forgotten Wonders of Africa Sudan, a country that most people today associate with wars, famine, and dark skin. And that most ancient history lovers usually associate to the Nubian people. But unfortunately, because of the racist propaganda that strikes African History, people consider the word Nubian as synonymous of black slaves. This is the story that most European scholars taught us. And it can even still be seen in documentaries like Rise of the black pharaohs. A documentary created by PBS in which the narrator describes the Nubians as a people of ancient black slaves, who were captured and civilized by their northern neighbors, the Kemites (that they insinuate to be white or Arabic people) and who finally during the 25th dynasty decided to get their revenge and invade their ancient masters. This is exactly what happens when one lets people with a biased point of view and a racist mind tell the great history of Africa. The number of lies in that documentaries is incredible, but unfortunately, most people are educated through these types of documents. The truth is completely different. The Nubians are the first African people to populate the Nile valley. Most serious scholars today admit the fact that they are the first people to settle around the Nile river and that they also started the first civilization in that area.

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