The most recent analysis of “The Cheddar Man” has prompted me to provide some insight into the cultural origins of Europe, the Middle-East, and the Mediterranean. “The Cheddar Man”, amongst other things, has disrupted the timeline of European history and anthropology in such a way that the established historical narrative must be corrected if it is to be accurate.
According to ASPRO chronology, the Neolithic era describes the development of human technology in parts of what is called the Middle East then later in other parts of the world. The Neolithic time period began about 10,000 years ago. The neolithic narrative, which was established and is led by Eurocentric academia, is used to assert that the people and cultures of what is now called Europe, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean were the first and best at making specific technological advances to the exclusion of other people and cultures. The Eurocentric view of human history serves to lead the narrative on human history and set it above the narratives of other people and cultures. This is why Eurocentric academia uses the terms like “father of” or “mother of” with regard to various fields of study or profession.
To see evidence of this for yourself, research the following:
- Father of Mathematics
- Father of Science
- Father of Biology
- Father of Medicine
- Father of Economics
- Father of Philosophy
- Father of Geometry
- Father of Literature
- Father of History
Terms like “father of” or “mother of” denote or imply parentage. To assert that the Europeans of 10,000 years ago were in the light of knowledge implies that the rest of the world was in ignorance. Does it not? Such an assertion is arrogant and ignorant of the facts that state otherwise. To ignore the achievements of other people and cultures is to ignore the complete view of world and human history. Ignoring the complete view of world and human history robs people of a complete view of reality. If we are going to deal with only the facts, then let’s deal with all of them…not just some of them.
There are facts about culture itself that most people are aware of but don’t like to acknowledge. For example, a people’s culture is designed to benefit those that uphold it, the best and most. Culture is specific to a rationale, not race or biology. Culture stems from the need to survive. To learn more about what culture truly is, [read this].
There is a lot of imposed mystery about the Phoenicians but the facts in this post will help to solve that mystery. I assert that the cultures of Europe, the Middle-East, and the Mediterranean today, are different branches of what was called the Phoenician culture. I assert that the Phoenicians did not disappear in mystery but instead, they broke up into different sects and factions due to a war that was based on land and resource interests of the various groups. This war, which was a series of battles over many years, ended with what was called the Punic Wars. Before the first battle of the Punic Wars, which was naval, the Phoenicians were already divided into various factions due to battles they were fighting ever since they were banished to the Aegean areas by the kingdoms of ancient Aethiopia. Why were they banished? The Phoenicians were banished because they were not keeping the laws, order, and principles of the Aethiopian culture. Phoenician culture grew from that condition and proliferated after these people were banished from ancient Aethiopia.
Note: I do not claim to be an expert on Phoenician culture or its records but I am an expert on my culture’s record of dealing with them.
After the Phoenicians were banished, various groups of them claimed different territories due to each group’s interests which were based on the conflicting preferences. The areas that they settled in were not rich which resources. Fights, battles, and wars ensued. This further broke up the Phoenicians and they later became what is known as the Semitic people or cultures.
What you are about to be informed about is not part of any of the established historical narratives. Most people are aware of what is called the “Phoenician” people or “Phoenician” culture. Please keep in mind that there is no such race that is called “Phoenician”. The etymology of the word itself is the validation of that claim. The word, “Phoenicia” means “purple country” and is native to the ancient Greek language. Purple refers to the Tyrian purple dyes and fabrics made by the people of what the Greeks called, “Phoenicia”. The people of Phoenicia referred to their territory as “Kana’an” which is the same as “Canaan” as in “the land of Canaan”. The Canaanites were the same as the Phoenicians. The Phoenicians were the same as the Canaanites. They were the same people of the same place.
The adjective “purple” is a reference to the Tyrian purple dyes, clothing, and material that was specifically produced by the Kana’an (Phoenicians). This dye was made from the secretions of predatory snails in the Mediterranean/Aegean Sea…which was the territory of the Phoenicians. Tyrian purple required 9,000 mollusks in order to be produced. This made the dye and any material dyed with it very expensive. Only the royals and nobles could afford it thus it was designated for the royals and nobles that could afford it. Tyrian purple is also called, “royal purple” and “imperial purple”. The color purple later became associated with the imperial classes of Greece, Rome, Egypt, Persia, and any culture that became dominated by or branched out from the Kana’an (Phoenician) culture.The Phoenician culture and its modern branches were/are the most liberal cultures.
The Phoenician culture and its modern branches were/are the most liberal cultures. Being that European cultures are the most liberal cultures of today, you can clearly understand why this is, given that European culture is rooted in Phoenician culture. The color purple is also the choice of color symbol for non-heterosexuals which is the most liberal group of people in any culture. The attempted normalization of non-heterosexuality is as liberal as any society can possibly be. The Phoenician culture produced the most liberal societies thus the normalization of non-heterosexuality in the branches of that culture. For example, the Greeks and Romans normalized non-heterosexuality and made it a fundamental part of their societies until the Christian era. They then pushed their normalization of non-heterosexuality in the closet so to speak but now we all know what the Catholic priests have been busy doing with young boys. The Phoenician tolerance of non-heterosexuality was one of the primary reasons they were banished from ancient Aethiopia. The Phoenicians were too liberal with sex and their sexual preferences which were not congruent with the culture of the Aethiopia and represented a threat to the system of monarchy and the order of kingdoms. Non-heterosexuals cannot have children naturally because human reproduction requires sexual reproduction. The inability to have children cuts off a family line and kills a family tree which robs the family line (genes/DNA) of continuing into the future which is a form of suicide. The cornerstone of culture is the family unit. Two men cannot properly raise a girl to be a woman. Two women cannot properly raise a boy to be a man. You can clearly see how non-heterosexuality represents the death of a family line, the breakdown of social order, and the tolerance of ignorance for any real culture. That is a fact that cannot be reasonably denied. If a king is non-heterosexual and does not produce an heir, the order of the kingdom would be disrupted due to disorder. For this reason, there is no record of any two non-heterosexual kings or two queens ruling the same kingdom side by side as a couple in any culture. That is another reason why the Phoenician culture and its branches had to weaken the power of monarchies and kingdoms. Non-heterosexuality is not something that has ever been proven to help or to be progressive and beneficial to any culture or society. If you think otherwise, ask yourself: When, where, and how has non-heterosexuality been proven to be something that a society needs? Having no reasonable answer indicates the absence of reason.
The Kana’an (Phoenician) flag was red and blue. The dexter-sinister arrangement of the flag sets blue on the right side and red on the left side. It is common knowledge that red and blue when mixed yields the color purple. The two colors symbolized the two primary groups of Phoenicians. The original Kana’an (Phoenician) flag was a simple solid shade of blue. The solid blue flag was flown until the two groups started to fight with each other over resources.
Because the Kana’an had been banished by the Aethiopians to an area with little resources and stripped of everything they knew, this divided the Kana’an culture into two primary groups. One group was regretful and wanted to stay close to the Aethiopians because as more people were banished for subscribing to Kana’an (Phoenician) culture, these people would have food, and things needed to survive. They would wait to ambush these people. The other group sought to siphon what the other group was stealing from the newly banished Kana’an (Phoenicians). They were robbing, stealing, and killing each other to survive and that is what divided them into two primary groups. They could not go to the kingdoms of other cultures because the rule at the time was that if you were banished from any kingdom, this meant that you were not fit for any kingdom. People that were banished were often killed by the guards of various kingdoms because people that were banished posed a systemic and social threat to the order of any kingdom…which is why anybody would be banished in the first place. So, on top of having to worry about basic survival and being killed or robbed by another one of their own, the Kana’an (Phoenicians) were also afraid that they would be killed by other people from other cultures and kingdoms as time progressed. So, for the sake of their survival, they came to an agreement for survival and protection. The red color symbolized the initial aggressors amongst them and was later added to their flag after the two primary groups of Kana’an (Phoenicians) came to their agreement. The two colors of the Phoenician flag (blue and red) symbolized the two primary groups of Phoenicians. Most European nations of today that have primarily red and blue colors in their flag are the vestiges or branches of what was the Kana’an (Phoenician) culture. All cultures that use the color purple to signify their royalty or elite are vestiges or branches of the Kana’an (Phoenician) culture.
The Kana’an eventually had to figure out how to prevent the banishment they had suffered before, how to survive, how to keep other people from killing them, and how to thrive. So, they came up with a plan. Some of them eventually went to the north and settled in Europe. Some of them went to other parts of what is now called Asia. One of the smaller groups went to India and were welcomed by the Hindu/Indian people after making specific deals with them. They later came into conflict with their hosts. They started to pervert the Hindu/Indian culture which became a threat to the order of the Hindu/Indian kingdoms. As a result, they were then banished from the Hindu/Indian territory and went back west to settle in their people’s lands.
They realized that they had to remake and reform themselves. They had to take on a new cultural identity. They had to disrupt the system and rule of monarchies. By this time, Egypt was established and rose out of an Aethiopian civil war. Egypt was an enemy of the Aethiopians and was founded by Aethiopian royals and nobles that were straddling the cultural fence and were inclined to the influence of the Kana’an lifestyle and ways of doing things. Thus, the reason for the civil war. They were proselytes. They wanted to be Aethiopian/Ta but did not want to uphold the order of the Aethiopian culture and kingdoms because they wanted the pleasures and disorder of the Kana’an (Phoenician) culture which would work to their advantage. So, the ancient Egyptian royalty allowed the banished Kana’an back into what was Aethiopia but became what is now called ancient Egypt. The Kana’an were called “Fenkhu” by the ancient Egyptians that welcomed them. But, as I stated before, people that have been banished represent an existential threat to the order of any culture or kingdom. The Kana’an eventually took over Egypt and welcomed more of their own in. Egypt eventually fell under the rule of the Romans (a vestige/branch of the Phoenician culture….more Phoenicians). The ancient Egyptians that you know of today are the Kana’an (Phoenicians). Noonebu (Aethiopian/Ta) culture is not ancient Egyptian or Kana’an (Phoenician) culture. The ancient Egyptian culture was an enemy of Aethiopian (Noonebu/Ta) culture.
Now, what does this have to do with the Cheddar Man and the view of human or world history? The Cheddar Man and the facts about the analysis thereof is proof that the Phoenicians were in Europe, settled in Europe, and gave birth to European culture. Being that European culture today is actually a vestige of the Phoenician culture, the discovery of the Cheddar Man and the facts thereof support the fact that Europe was not founded by “Europeans” but rather the Phoenicians. These are the people that have set the narrative on human and world history in Western society and academia. They used time and the control of information to keep the bulk of their populations under their control, ignorant and broke in order to hide who they are and prevent the rise of kingdoms. They have continued to do so until now because remember, they were banished for disrupting the order of the systems of monarchies and the order of kingdoms with extremely liberal ideas. As such, that marked and rendered the Kana’an (Phoenician) culture a threat to any kingdom. Because of this, they had to reform and remake themselves. They disguised their culture and that is what gave birth to the various cultures of Europe, the Middle-East, and the Mediterranean. The remade, “new”, disguised cultures promoted and enforced their liberal ideas under the banner of democracy and later with Christianity. The Europeans issued their Magna Carta and with it, they weakened the order of monarchy within their cultures. Years later, these cultures went around the world disrupting the order of various cultures and kingdoms under the banner of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. Why did they do this? They did it in order to survive. Remember, culture is born out of the need to survive. In order for their culture to survive into the future, they had to economically, politically, academically, and culturally dominate the various cultures of the world. If the power of kingdoms and the order of monarchy was still the way of the world, they would still be suffering the same fate of banishment. The banishment they suffered was a horrible fate and the worst for any group of people at the time. They were angry and fearful of the order of kingdoms and system of monarchy. They still are to this day.
The Noonebu narrative on human and world history exposes the fact that the Phoenicians were and are the people of the Mediterranean, Europe, and the Middle East. This is why and how the “father of” and “mother of” the major sciences and professions are falsely attributed to the cultures and people of the Mediterranean, Europe, and the Middle East while making it seem as if the rest of the world was lost in ignorance. When you research the origins of the cultures of Europe, Rome, Greece, and the Middle East, you will find that they all have mysterious origins that they attribute to their god or gods…and we know that is bullshit because there is no empirical evidence of their god. So, what is the true basis for their unsubstantiated claims about their origins? Who were there Kana’an while they were in Aethiopia, before their first king and kingdom? If you want to learn more about the Aethiopian/Ta perspective and record of the Phoenicians, join the Noonebu Academy.
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