Re: A tribute to Lara
Posted By: karibkween In Response To: A tribute to Lara *LINK* (Roger Ball)
Date: 27, April 04, at 3:10 a.m.
In Response To: A tribute to Lara *LINK* (Roger Ball)
And your point is?
Imhotep or Imuthes to the Greeks was the fountain from which modern science flows.
He was renowned and revered by the Greeks for his discoveries in Alchemy, now commonly called chemistry, biology and geometry.
Is there any theory or theorem that bears his name? Sacred Geometry, evident in Egyptian architectural monuments more than 2000 years before the birth of Pythagoras and Plato, is attributed to the Greeks as well as his advances in medicine.
And yes! He was black. As black as the rest of the Kemetians, identified by Herodotus in his first-hand, eyewitness account of the ethnicity of Egyptians. Still the Glory of their civilization is credited to the Johnny-come-lately Punjabi and Turkish half-breeds.
Although there are a number of patents, originally and currently held by Black Scientists, no one counts the number of stolen discoveries made by Africans during their period of enslavement.
Therefore, all your post actually proves is the self-aggrandizing mentality of your ilk as they continue to turn order into chaos. Why not crawl back into your cave where your ideas are favored, the visitors to this forum have long since known that Columbus was no discoverer. We see your arrogance as a guise used to cloak the fear of your imminent demise and are aware of the inadequacy you feel when your less than 2000 years of enlightenment is measured against our 10,000+.
Most have probably already accepted that for the last 2000 years and more, real civilization has been in decline. It is afterall the natural order of things.
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