kemetic history


Women cry during the funeral for those killed in a Palm Sunday church terrorist attack in Alexandria Egypt, at the Mar Amina church, Monday, April 10, 2017. Egyptian Christians were burying their dead on Monday, a day after Islamic State suicide bombers killed at least 45 people in coordinated attacks targeting Palm Sunday services in two cities. Women wailed as caskets marked with the word “martyr” were brought into the Mar Amina church in the coastal city of Alexandria, the footage broadcast on several Egyptian channels.
(AP Photo/Samer Abdallah)


Lamenting Mourning Women
Tomb (TT55) of Ramose
c. 1411-1375 BCE, Thebes.

"Black" His-Story Month


First off, Its stupid to categorize anyone by skin color because if thats the case MLK, Malcolm X, Tupac, Obama, rihanna… including myself and maybe even you would be a brown person. I know Dominicans and Indians who are my complexion but we don’t call them black because “black” is not a nationality.

Secondly, “WE ARE NOT AFRICAN AMERICANS”. The US Census beaureau states that only 5% of slaves in america came from Africa… That’s because WE WERE ALREADY HERE in America which our ancestors called Amerruk meaning “Land in the west”. we were the Moors and also the Olmecs. We built pyramids and mounds and statues all over the country before all this slavery bullshit.

There is no history with out us because all human beings on the planet was so called “black” so ain’t no month to celebrate our history because we are all history.

Our history goes back millions of years but you only know his story and not your story.

Not to offend no one with the truth but “White people” aren’t colors either.

“The Caucasian race is a younger race so they have much less history here on the planet. When they teach you about cave men in school they are talking about the Caucasians who lived in the Caucasus Mountains in Eurasia.

We were already establish and we actually helped civilize the caucasions because once they were freed from the mountains (yes they were freed from the mountains but that’s another long story) . They had no knowledge of reading, farming, etc and that’s when all these black plagues and shit started happening.

Then all these greek mythology and evolution bullshit stories started popping up and now its being taught to us instead of the truth.

I dont want to make this too long so yea just start looking this up if you want to know more.

STOP calling yourself black, words are powerful and they create our reality.

I love all people because at the end of the day were all Hue man beings

but black history month is bullshit. we are history. :)

-Kryst Vega

The world’s most popular Superhero currently is Superman arguably. A Hero with incredible powers that was sent here from a different planet and helps protect  the Earth’s people. Its not an accident that he is depicted as a White Male, but what many don’t know is that he is based on Heru of Ancient Kemet. Heru is considered to be the worlds first story of a superhero. A Black hero at that. In fact, the word “Hero” is Greek and is derived from the name “Heru” along with “Horus” and “Hercules” as well. Every strong man hero was believed to be initially taken from the story of Heru. People will say Superman is based on Jesus not realizing that Jesus was based on Heru as well. The story of Superman is clearly based on Heru more than anyone else. Here are a few of the comparisons.

Heru’s powers emanate from the sun, he is an aspect of the Sun (Ra) and Superman gets his power from the Earth’s Sun. Heru could fly and had superhuman strength, power, speed and endurance, so does Superman. Heru came to Earth with his mother to escape destruction, Superman was sent to Earth to escape the destruction of his planet. Heru fights for Truth, Justice, and Righteousness, Superman does too (Although he never saved any Black People). Heru is considered as an Angel of God and therefor he is from the house of God, Superman’s Real name is Kal-El, from the house of “El” meaning God. Heru’s body was compared to Steel, Superman is the “Man of Steel.” Those are just a few of the similarities between the two, there are more. You shouldn’t be shocked though, Africa civilized the world and a lot of Africa’s culture and history  was stolen or  hidden while being claimed by Europeans, which still happens to this day. Don’t be fooled, We are the originators. #Salute Post By: @Champion_Us

Statue of Lady Sennuwy (Nubia/Kush/ Modern day Sudan)
Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret I
1971–1926 B.C.

This elegant seated statue of Lady Sennuwy of Asyut is one of the most superbly carved and beautifully proportioned sculptures from the Middle Kingdom. The unknown artist shaped and polished the hard, gray granodiorite with extraordinary skill, suggesting that he was trained in a royal workshop. He has portrayed Sennuwy as a slender, graceful young woman, dressed in the tightly fitting sheath dress that was fashionable at the time. The carefully modeled planes of the face, framed by a long, thick, striated wig, convey a serene confidence and timeless beauty. Such idealized, youthful, and placid images characterize the first half of Dynasty 12 and hark back to the art of the Old Kingdom. Sennuwy sits poised and attentive on a solid, blocklike chair, with her left hand resting flat on her lap and her right hand holding a lotus blossom, a symbol of rebirth. Inscribed on the sides and base of the chair are hieroglyphic texts declaring that she is venerated in the presence of Osiris and other deities associated with the afterlife.

Sennuwy was the wife of a powerful provincial governor, Djefaihapi of Asyut, whose rock-cut tomb is the largest nonroyal tomb of the Middle Kingdom. Clearly, the couple had access to the finest artists and materials available. It is likely that this statue, along with a similar sculpture of Djefaihapi, was originally set up in the tomb chapel, although they may also have stood in a sanctuary. Both statues were discovered, however, far to the south at Kerma in Nubia, where they had been buried in the royal tumulus of a Nubian king who lived generations after Sennuwy’s death. They must have been removed from their original location and exported to Nubia some three hundred years after they were made. Exactly how, why, and when these pieces of sculpture, along with numerous other Egyptian statues, found their way to Kerma, however, is still unknown