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Ramses - II - Mummy - Museum - Blond - Caucasian - Myth - [:en] The story behind the Caucasian look of Ramses II Ramses the II, probably the most popular King of Kemet. He was known by the Greeks of the antiquity as Ozymandias (Ὀσυμανδύας). By his people as Usermaatre Setepenre, meaning “The Maat of Ra is powerful, Chosen of Ra”. He is usually associated with the pharaoh mentioned in the bible. Ramses II left such a great impact because of the length of his reign. He ruled for 66 years, something that was quite uncommon at that time. And that longevity allowed him to build many structures to honor the gods of Kemet and himself. He is one of the most prolific pharaohs of Kemet. But he is also one of the most controversial pharaohs because of the appearance of his mummy. Ramses’ mummy is usually exhibited everywhere by mainstream scholars, with is blond hair and crooked nose. Features that are used by some scholars and people to promote the idea that the pharaoh was Asiatic in origin. But that statement is difficult to believe because according to the prophecy of Neferti, the pharaohs, rulers of Kemet, had to come from the wombs of African women. In other words, women with Nubian origins, the women of Ta-Seti. The power in ancient Kemet was transferred through the women. That’s why for example, the symbol that represents the goddess Isis/Aset has a throne on her head. That throne represents

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