We invite every African, every Black reading this to become the Hannibal of our generation, age and era.
Cheikh Anta Diop: (The African Origin of Civilization), tells us that Indo-Europeans “whether White or Yellow, were instinctively to love conquest, because of a desire to escape from their hostile surroundings. The milieu chased them away; they had to leave it or succumb or try to conquer a place in the sun in a more clement nature. Invasions would not cease, once an initial contact with the Black world to the south had taught them the existence of a land where the living was easy, riches abundant, technique flourishing.
Thus, from 1450 BCE until Hitler, from the Barbarians of the fourth and fifth centuries to Ghenghis Khan and the Turks, those invasions from the east to west or from north to south continued uninterrupted.” Just as migrations from all over the world are principally to the USA and Europe at the moment because these are the most developed centres of the world, Egypt was the most civilized country in the world throughout antiquity, and the dream place to be between 7,000 and 2,000 years ago. Large scale migrations of primitive White-skin tribes: Siculars, Etuscans, Shardanas, Achaeans, Lycians, (collectively known as the 'Hittites'), (Africans called them the 'Sea People'), into the prosperous southern Mediterranean region, particularly Egypt, had happened by 1350 BCE of the reign of Pharaoh Akhnaton, who adopted very liberal attitude to the emerging phenomena. The movements of 'Sea People' reached alarming proportions within 100 years and began upsetting the ethnic balance of the region. Exodus of the Hebrews took place at the height of the movements of people in the region, in 1230 BCE. As the movements continued in the 700 years that followed, absorbed immigrants became ambitious and rebellious, taking advantage of their hosts' generous and accommodating disposition, to set themselves up as Lords and Chiefs in territories they settled in.
White ascent in the world, began taking shape after Whites had imbibed African education, industry, religion, social engineering and civilization. The ascent started with the foundation of Rome in 753 BCE, and with the Greek colonists settling in southern Italy in 750 BCE. The ties between Egypt and Greece became progressively closer from that era. Military and economic alliance between Egypt and the King of Lydia opened up the coasts of Asia Minor and the Sardian kingdom, to Egyptian intellectual and cultural influence.
Greece and Rome adopted Egyptian Gods and the Mystery System, with Greece settling for 'Orphic Mystery System,' and Rome calling theirs the 'Jovian Mystery System.' The foundation of Rome was based on the adaptation of the Gods of the Osirian religion. Rome replaced Ausar (Osiris) in name, with God Jupiter, who like Ausar, was the God of all Gods and founder of cities. Jupiter, the Supreme God and patron of the Roman state, married his sister Juno, (just like Ausar and Auset). Juno (like Auset) was the first Goddess of the Roman pantheon and of light, marriage, and children. A she-wolf, Etruscan, gave birth to the twins, Romulus and Remus, to reincarnate Ausar and Set, “Ab urbe condita.” In the adaptation of Set killing his brother Ausar, to usurp the throne of Egypt, Romulus killed his brother Remus for the foundation of Rome.
Greeks who studied in Egypt and put their names to African ideas and philosophies stolen from the Egyptian Mystery System, to become world famous, included Thales of Miletus (c624-c565 BCE), Pythagoras (c582-c500 BCE), Democritus (c470-c400 BCE), Socrates (470-399 BC), Plato (427-347 BCE), Aristotle (384-322 BCE), and all the other world famous ancient Greek philosophers Greece entered world history when she conquered Egypt in 332 BCE and White scholars think that is enough for them to usurp more than 15,000 years of African origination, nurturing and systematic evolution of modern civilization. Alexander the Great (356-323 BCE), was educated by Aristotle who himself graduated from Egypt. Alexander led the Greek states against Persia and crossing the Hellespont, defeated Darius and sacked Perepolis. He captured Tyre and occupied Egypt in 332 BCE, thus beginning the age of Greece. He installed Ptolemy I, a Macedonian General in his army, to rule Egypt. Ptolemy is the founder of the Ptolemaic Dynasty of Egypt, (305-285 BCE).
George G.M James says in 'Stolen Legacy that Alexander's famous visit to the Oracle of Amon, situated in the Oasis of Siwah during his invasion of Egypt is illustrative. “Alexander had placed a garrison in Pelusium, whence he marched through the desert along the eastern bank of the Nile to Heliopolis where he crossed the river to Memphis, where his fleet had been awaiting him, and where he was welcomed by the Egyptians and crowned as Pharaoh.
Just as Plato cannibalized the secret teaching notes of Socrates to climb to personal fame, so did the Greeks ride on their stolen secret ancient intellectual properties of the Africans to dazzle an essentially backward and gullible world as their cradle of philosophical thoughts and civilization. It was easy for the Greeks to do this because the African Mystery System was, of course, secretive. It prohibited publication of its teachings. The original materials were there to steal and cannibalize after they conquered Egypt. As the Greeks did that, they injured and grievously scared an entire race of people, the original race of man. To cover up their dishonesty and permanently destroy all evidence of African glorious past, they caricatured African culture in their illustrations and literature. By their disgraceful act of subversion, they assassinated the true history of mankind, and unnecessarily and seriously disabled universal scholarship for over two thousand years.
Graeco-Roman Hegemony Hannibal (246-183 BCE), started his last-ditch battle for the African race without knowing this, in the second millennium BCE, with his father, Hamilcar Barca, taking the Islands around Rome. Barca was planning further conquests around the Great Sea, or the Sea of Sais, when his ship was destroyed in a hurricane. The Romans saw an opportunity to dominate the Iberian Peninsula by taking Khart-Haddas, which Europeans called Carthage and the Arabs called Tunisia. Hamilcar Barca's two sons, Hasdruba and Hannibal, repulsed the Romans and Hannibal marched on across the Iberian Peninsula taking Spain, Portugal and South of France, before turning right across the Alps to the then Gates of Rome to advance against Italy. Crossing the Alps, with some 40,000 of his foot soldiers, some of them riding on elephants over the treacherous Alps, was an outstanding feat on its own. For 13 years, the Carthaginians dominated the Italian Peninsula, establishing strongholds in Napels and Sicily, attacking and defeating, everything the Romans threw at him. Near Lake Trasimene, Hannibal smashed the Romans under the command of Carus Flaminus. Rome, the greatest military power of that age, had put a million men into battle so they panicked. Quintus Fabuis Maximum was appointed Dictator and his strategy was to slow Hannibal down and defeat him by delaying tactics. In 216 BCE, Hannibal annihilated the Roman army at Cannae in what became the greatest defeat in Roman history. An African called Scopio Africanus betrayed Hannibal. Scopio wanted to go to bed with Hannibal's sister, the Queen. He was a schoolmate of Hannibal, but the Queen and her brother were not interested in Scopio. To retaliate, Scopio revealed to the Romans that Hannibal could not be defeated on land because Hannibal had elephants, which destroyed everything in their way. In 212 BCE, instead of attacking Hannibal in Europe, the Romans crossed the Mediterranean at Numidia, the state where the Great African Reformer of the Christian Church, St. Augustine, was born. In 207 BCE, Hannibal barely missed destroying Rome. If he had succeeded, the history of civilization would have been difficult to distort or conceal by Western scholars. In 203 BCE, Hannibal returned to Africa, only to later return to the offensive through Antioch. In 183 BCE, Hannibal was defeated at Zama, and rather than fall into Roman hands, took his life. He is considered one of the greatest military leaders of all time, and the father of military strategy. His tactics are still being taught in leading military academies around the world today.
In 146 BCE, after Cato the Elder had formed a pact with the rebel, Masinissa, the Romans were able to subdue the Carthaginians. Carthage was destroyed and the first Roman province of Africa was formed. In the same year, the Roman province of Macedonia and Achaea were formed. Most of the remainder of Greece was reduced to vassal status of Rome. With the defeat of Hannibal and the eventual destruction of Carthage, the political supremacy of Africans in the world finally ended. From then on, the torch passed to the European population of the Northern Mediterranean, whose technical civilization would eventually spread from their coast towards the interior of the African continent. Except for Islamic-break through, Europe has technically ruled Africa from Hannibal's defeat down to the present day with their overall control reaching a high point at the end of the nineteenth century CE. Rome entered world reckoning in 49 BCE. Julius Caesar (101 – 44 BCE), a Republican Roman General, began his conquest of Gaul in 58 BCE and invaded Britain in 55 BCE. Opposition in Rome to his military ambition provoked Caesar in 49 BCE to cross the Rubicon with his army to defeat Pompey who he pursued from Rome to Egypt. In Egypt, Caesar established Cleopatra (69-31 BCE), the beautiful daughter of the Greek ruler of Egypt at the time, (Ptolemy XI and his Nubian wife and queen), as joint ruler with her younger brother and husband, Ptolemy XII. Julius Caesar became the Dictator of Rome. Julius Caesar is the author of the Julian calendar.
Naiwu Osahon: Sage of the New World Order, renowned author, philosopher of science, mystique, spiritual Prince of the African race, leader of the world Pan-African Movement.
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