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He notes, “The marriage and other customs … of the Old Egyptians are the same as those found amongst the Masai and Sük at the present day, as well as amongst many tribes in America. These also have similar weapons and tools… thus we see representative objects used by the original inhabitants of Ancient Egypt, proving a record of customs, and still preserved to us, those objects critically demonstrating my claim to the ‘Masai group’ being the founders of Ancient Egypt—the objects themselves being of the Masai group origin.” (Pg. 5-6)
He observes, “amongst the Gemi tribe the Blacksmiths were formed into a religious secret society, and still possess all the myths of Horus of Edfu. Horus I was the great chief of their Hero Cult… i.e. he was recognized as the Chief Hero of this clan or secret society. In Freemasonry another name is substituted, which is an innovation from the true original—Horus of Edfu—but many of their secrets even at the present time exist, not only in African amongst these people, but have been handed down from generation to generation by the old Turanians to the present-day Freemasons, wo are quite ignorant of their origin; but these secret societies exist at the present day amongst the Copts, and an ‘Operative Freemason’ can enter, and is recognized by the society as a ‘brother,’ the signs, symbols, and password being identical.” (Pg. 9-10)
He recounts, “Dr. E.A. Wallis-Budge… states: ‘It is… impossible to say who were the blacksmiths that swept over Egypt from South to North, or where they came from,’ but believes that they represent the invaders in pre-dynastic times, who made their way into Egypt from a country in the East, by way of the Red Sea… They brought with them the knowledge of working in metals and of brick-making, and having conquered the indigenous peoples in the South… I contend that the evidence I bring forward is absolute proof that these people did not come from Asia or anywhere else, but from the South, and that these were the ancestors of the present Masai group, who had risen by evolution here in Africa from the lowest type of man.” (Pg. 11)
He explains, “the Egyptians were fully evolved Stellar Mythos people… They all had one common belief in the One Great Spirit, also in the Elementary Spirits and the Spirits of their Ancestors—these were propitiated by all, and still are amongst Nilotic Negroes and their descendants, in whatever part of the world we find them, and the people of the moieties into which they were divided possessed too much in common to have any differences that would lead to the ‘extermination’ of each other.” (Pg. 12-13)
He states, “The first and highest type [among the oldest Egyptians] were the Muhima and Masai, which I have termed the ‘Masai group’; it is only necessary to … take the present remnant of the past, still left existing here in Africa, and place him beside the oldest sculptures found, with the other evidence we have brought forward. This is a proof of our contention. These higher types still exist and allow the lower type to live amongst them, as they did in the Earliest Egyptian times.” (Pg. 14)
He suggests, “From these Nilotic Negroes, which are still existing in Africa at the present day, the various types of progressive evolution can be traced throughout the world… In the primary exodus of these Nilotic Negroes, their tradition was that they were descended from the Alcheringa, and that they were converted or transformed from Inapertwa being into men and women, and this primary exodus of the first or earliest type of Nilotic Negroes took place before the commencement of the ‘formation of Egypt. There can be no doubt that they peopled this land, and also all the North and East of Africa… they must have had a pretty dense population, some of which crossed over to Europe, Asia, etc. In the primitive form, i.e. a first exodus, of these Nilotic Negroes, wherever found, they are broken up into Totemic groups and everything is socialistic; there is no Council or government except the customs and traditions of the tribes…” (Pg. 18) Later, he adds, “In Africa all these types still exist and are found at the present day, each type having certain anatomical features…fundamentally the same, as is the case with all these above, in whatever part of the world we find them.” (Pg. 26)
He points out, “The antiquity of the descendants of the Nilotic Negro in America has been proved by the discovery of his remains in the Pleistocene era there… implements of the Nilotic Negro of a Paleolithic character were discovered in Quaternary strata, whilst in the ground at some distance above were embedded others of a Neolithic character… This will help to prove how long ago these people must have left Old Egypt.” (Pg. 28)
He relates, “Mr.McGee states that he ‘exposed the fallacy’ of the North American Indian believing in a ‘great spirit’ which he called Waanda or ‘a Wakander.’ He affirms that the term is applied to mythic monsters of the earth, air, and waters… But Mr. McGee sis not understand Sign Language! Hence he has drowned himself in the slimy pit of ignorance. Wakanda in ideographic sign language means ‘Spirit’…” (Pg. 31-32)
He summarizes, “I have shown that the New Guinea natives have the same customs as the Nilotic Negroes… there must have been two different exodes of the New Guinea natives, as one moiety have Totems and Totemic ceremonies, but no Hero-Cult, and no mythology. The others have these, and the types, anatomically and physiologically, are of a higher grade…” (Pg. 39) He continues, “There are two classes of tradition derived from Totemism concerning the descent of the human race amongst these Nilotic Negroes in whatever part of the world they may be found, whether in the first exodus, which has my mythology nor Hero-Cult, or in a later exodus, which has some part of the mythology and Hero-Cult, and therefore folk-lore tales.” (Pg. 41-42) Later, he adds, “Following Totemism the next stage in the evolution of these Nilotic Negroes was so-called Fetishism—Magic, which may be considered a further development of their Sign language, and should be defined as a reverent regard for Amulets, talismans, Mascots, Charms, etc…. it is not … and never was an organized religious cult.” (Pg. 51-52)
He concludes, “all aboriginal native tribes, with Totems and Totemism, in whatsoever part of the world found at the present time, are from an exodus from Egypt, and descended from the Nilotic Negro after at least two exodes… their Totems and totemic ceremonies are identical with each tribe found in whatever part of the world, when the anatomical and physiological conditions are similar… all tribes can be shown to have descended from a still extant type of Nilotic Negro in Africa, allowing for the difference caused by intermarriage with the primary Negroid women in some cases, the effect of environment in others, and the time that has elapsed since they left Africa… all these tribes spread over the whole world, following the Negroid race… In the earliest exodus of these Nilotic Negroes there is no mythology mixed with their Totemism… only ‘Mother Totems,’ ‘The Two Women’… and the descent is always in the female line. In the later exodus mythology has commenced to be established by evolution, the two women are changed to two mothers, who have been divinized, and this is kept in memory by folk-lore tales, etc.” (Pg. 55-56)
This book will be of keen interest to those studying the ancient history of Egypt and other parts of Africa.
ASIN : B01K3MP0BI Publisher : Brawtley Press (January 1, 1647)
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