European cultures have historically done 5 things every time that they have come in contact with other people and cultures outside of Europe. They have done this with zero exception or compromise:
1. Contact, conquer, colonize (war, deploying soldiers/armies)
2. Deploy missionaries to supplant European philosophy and religion
3. Invalidate the indigenous culture with their religion and philosophy
4. Deprive the region of its resources to establish an economic stronghold.
5. Mix in with the indigenous people to lay claim to their heritage in the future.
For this post, I will focus on #2 with regard to maintaining historical records. Immediately after #1 takes place, #2 is initiated. The lead missionaries could read, write, and they were educated in comparison to common soldiers. One of the purposes of the missionaries was to record important information about the people they encountered. This information had to be as accurate as possible because it would be used in determining how to best engage with and control the populations that they encountered. Missionaries were not all saints so to speak. They had to be tough and willing to do or say whatever it took to accomplish their mission in the name of their god as well as under direction from their ecumenical and political superiors.
Missionaries are like soldiers but without physical weapons or physical warfare. Missionaries engage in cultural and mental warfare as evidenced by the effect that missionaries have or had on the people they encounter. For better or worse, missionaries change, degrade, or kill the culture of other people. This is a fact that cannot be denied. In order to change, degrade, or kill the culture of other people, missionaries did horrible and monstrous things to people’s bodies and minds in order to accomplish their mission…all in the name of their god.
Some of the oldest and most accurate records were maintained by the Catholic missionaries. Some of those records contain information about the Negro or Ethiopian of West Africa. What you are about to learn will be new to the average person and the facts thereof will indeed assist in invalidating a lot of the claims set forth in the narratives concerning the history, culture, people, and events of West Africa. The Catholic Encyclopedia is no mystery. It is freely accessible online. In it, you will find interesting information about the history, culture, people, and events of West Africa. You will find that many of the slaves of the West African slave trade were called Ethiopians. They were not called Egyptians. They were not called Akan. They were not called anything else other than negro or Ethiopian. They made a distinction between black, Ethiopian, Bantu, Bushmen, or Mixed and assert that each is not the same. They specifically assert that the word Negro is not synonymous with African. The term Negro was applied globally to specific people and not all African people. The word ‘negro’ does not denote location but the word “African” does. Negro does not mean “African” and “African” does not mean “Negro”. These are two different words that were initially used to describe specific types of people. You can find the term “African Negro” being used to denote a specific type of negro. No, not all Negros are the same, are from the same place, nor do they all have the same culture. The words “Negro” or “Ethiopian” do not mean “African”. The word “Ethiopian” was initially used to describe Negros by the Greeks. The word “Negro” is etymologically associated or related to the word Ethiopian being that the word Ethiopian was originally used by the Greeks to describe the African Negro of ancient Aethiopia.
The facts show that the word Negro was applied globally to various peoples and not just the African Negro until the 1900s. The facts show that the African Negro is of a different stock than the Black African yet the term “Black or African-American” has become the established racial categorization of the West. The difference in genetic profiles of a segment of the African Negro/African-American population is different from the various genetic profiles of other types of Negros. That difference is not small. That difference is significant enough that anthropologists had to extend the timeline of human history. A segment of the African Negro/African-American population has the oldest Y-DNA bloodline on the planet extending back to around 300,000 years ago. The U.S. National Institute of Health has the evidence of this and it is publicly viewable online for free:
Do not mistake the purpose of this article for racism. I am not asserting that one race is better than another one. I am not asserting that first or oldest means best. I am not asserting that all Negros or African-Americans are the same. I am not asserting that one type of Negro is better or worse than another type of Negro. I am asserting that the African Negro is biologically different from other types of Negros and is the only Negro that was also called Ethiopian. I want to make it clear that the purpose of this article is to establish the fact that the ancient Ethiopians/Ta were later called African Negros or Nigritians and that the descendants of the Negros of ancient Ethiopia are a segment of the African-American population (not the entire population). The reason for this is to establish the cultural heritage of this particular segment of African-Americans. It is this particular segment that I am part of. This is about heritage. All of what is stated here indeed is substantiated and quantified.
Just because the majority of any specific people do not know of their heritage does not mean that their heritage is totally unknown. People don’t just come out of nowhere or have unknown origins. A culture can span hundreds or thousands of years. A philosophy can span hundreds or thousands of years. The culture that you live today is not new. The culture that you live was started by somebody or some group of people hundreds or thousands of years ago. The philosophy that you follow began hundreds or thousands of years ago. Nothing of your philosophy or culture is new.
I spent 2 years researching and investigating my heritage which is Ethiopian/Ta. The narratives that I have established and the information that I present on this blog and in books is the result of my work with the honor of my ancestors. They did their best to preserve as much as they could of their culture because of how important culture is. Parents are supposed to take care of their children, right? Well, my ancestors knew that their descendants would still be here long after them and they did their best to secure as much of a record of our culture and philosophy as possible. The rest reveals itself naturally like fruit from a plant. Nobody has to teach a plant to grow fruit. A plant does not have to go to school in order to learn how to grow its fruit. Culture is like fruit. You cannot hide the fruit from the tree that grew it. It is impossible to completely sever a mind from its rationale or philosophy. The information that my ancestors preserved provides a blueprint for how their culture was established. Ethiopian/Ta culture was exclusively based on the laws, order, and principles of absolute nature. This blueprint for culture was inherited generation after generation for thousands of years until our fall. This is not an attempt to bring the past into the present or future because that would be out of order. This is not an attempt to reestablish ancient Ethiopia. This the establishment of a new culture. One that is based exclusively on the laws, order, and principles of absolute nature. The accountability and responsibility for how this culture is grown and protected rests with me and the laws, order, and principles of absolute nature that assist me. This is a renewed force in nature that is not exclusive to race. Culture is about mind but heritage is about bloodline as well as culture. My bloodline has historically been the custodian of the particular philosophy and science taught here in the Noonebu Academy. The Noonebu Academy is facilitated by the Harakhti bloodline (House of Harakhti) and is open to anyone that is qualified. The sun is not selective about what it shines on.