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A History of the African-Olmecs: Black Civilizations of America from Prehistoric Times to the Present Era
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Again as far as the African origins of the Shang Dynasty is concern, for the ones who commented saying that their not from Africa. Would you please direct me to ONE single statue or figure from that dynasty and era deplicting a NON-AFRICAN representation of the Shang Dynasty! Because if you can find one you would be the first to find it!! All artifacts representing the rulers of Shang in physical form were all deplicted as African! ALL OF THEM! So these authors are only going off what is found and presented. Also in Egyptian writtings it is said that they explored and set forth kingship in the region of China. What I have learned about Euro-myths (e.g. greek, roman, etc) that there all some how originated from African events and religion. The Golden Fleece! What is the Golden Fleece.....really? That all man wanted to "wear" according to this myth story? So some of the reviews were clearly written by those who have issues with Africans doing anything towards the betterment of world civilizations. But that has to be expected! The only thing that non-Africans are now admitting, thanks to the Dr's Leaky, is that Egyptians were indeed dark skinned Africans. Ever since Europe step in to Africa after, Napoleon, Africa wasn't inhabitated by Africans. Now thats been proven wrong without a doubt! Now next up in S. & N. America!Read more ›
I have not read this book...just want to state that this theory should not be dismissed anymore. Also there is other data (botanical) that some plants were transfered back and forth. When I get to my office I'll post a title of a book there. I think it was called 'Africa and the Americas' or something similar.
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A good read. The author is a descendant of the people he writes about which gives a more intimate narration.Published 9 months ago by Halim Mustafa Al- Kanemi
It doesn't matter who was where first on what date and which stone was carried how far by what slave in the name of what king. The bottom line is this people.... Read morePublished on February 19, 2007 by L. E. Hendrix-wilson
How stereotypical is it for black people to look at these olmec heads and "assume" theyre african?! get over yourselves! Read morePublished on October 20, 2006 by Xihuitl
No evidence provided, seems to be part of a bigger movement by winters, reinventing reality, in hindsight he is a very dangerous manPublished on July 30, 2006 by Eyani1
The author presents great info on this subject and to get a greater veiw with this get Timothy Myers El book Huevolution of Sacred Muur Science and Zachary Gremillion book African... Read morePublished on July 9, 2006 by Love Life Light