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The Egyptians were true Negroes of the same type as all native-born Africans. When the Whites came to the ancient land, they blasted the nose of the Sphinx to purposely hide the blatant and undeniable evidence of Black achievement. With despiteful cannon fire, the nose and part of the lips are gone from the great Sphinx forever! The Sphinx is only one of many works of art that show us that Africans have been involved heavily in the development of the Earth since the beginning of man—the beginning of Ham.
At any rate, we can definitely say that a highly developed civilization existed as a Black race, known as the Egyptians. We must remember that Egypt and Ethiopia are both in Africa. Because, it is only by hiding this truth that one particular race i. Only through research and mental reflection, we may know whose works have been for good and whose woks have been for evil.
After all, the U. The Everlasting Covenant of Abraham Gen 1, See also Gen — The Lord appeared to Abram Abram was from Shem , and said unto him, I am the Almighty God; walk before me, and be 13 thou perfect…And I will establish my covenant between me and thee and thy seed after thee in their generations for and everlasting covenant, to be a God unto thee, and to thy seed after thee.
And I will give unto thee, and to thy seed after thee, the land wherein thou are a stranger, all the land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession; and I will be their God. Abraham was commanded to leave to the land of Ur of the Chaldees and journey to Canaan now Palestine , the land promised to him by God. The Chaldeans were an African people of Hamitic descendent.
It was in this land that Abraham was born.
Abraham, carrier of the blessings that descended from Shem, was entered into a covenant with God. Upon his arrival, Abraham found the land of Canaan inhabited by Hamitic people. The great covenant of Abraham was passed to his chosen son Isaac, who was commanded not to marry a Canaanite. Isaac, who at this time was the Prophet, had two sons Jacob and Esau. Jacob would be the chosen son and heir to the Covenant.
Jacob, like his father Isaac, is also forbidden to marry a Canaanite. Jacob, whose name later was changed to Israel Gen. His 12 sons where born of different women and handmaids. Leah bears: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah. Rachel remains barren. Jacob marries Bilhah, a handmaid, and she bears Dan and Naphtli. Jacob then marries Zilpah, also a handmaid, and she bears Gad and Asher. Leah later bears two more sons, Issachar and Zebulon. Rachel finally bears Joseph and Benjamin. His 12 sons are the famous 12 Tribes of Israel.
Now the important part is coming—Israel loved Joseph more than all of his children. Gen 3.
Joseph is now a key figure, which we shall discuss next. Joseph marries a black woman begetting Ephraim and Manasseh Here begins the story of Joseph, who was sold into Egypt by his brothers. Pharaoh gave Joseph to marry Asenath. His sons were Manasseh and Ephraim. There could not have been that much physical difference, e. Because when his brothers came into Egypt, they did not recognize him from the other Egyptians who were Black.
They did not recognize him because Joseph had grown up among other Blacks. Therefore, the Egyptians were a Black or at least a dark-skinned people—just like Joseph.
The brothers considered Joseph to be another Black Egyptian. We know this to be true because the ten brothers returned and reported to their father: "The man, who is the lord of the land, spake roughly to us Later, Joseph makes himself known to his brothers. And within a few chapters, Gen. Before Jacob Israel died, he adopted Ephraim and Manasseh, his Black grandchildren, as his own children—meaning that they could take full advantage of the Everlasting Covenant.
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Dutch Albums Album Top . Norwegian Albums VG-lista . Swedish Albums Sverigetopplistan . In other parts of Melanesia, like Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, most people retain connections to their land, but Westernization and the weakening of traditional village life has exacerbated problems like urban drift, poverty, gangsterism, and ethnic tensions between migrants and residents.
There are nearly a thousand of them with some seventy languages spoken by around half a million inhabitants.
The Solomons have been especially affected by civil strife with armed conflict breaking out in between migrants from the populous island of Malaita and residents living in and near the British-created capital, Honiara on Guadalcanal.
Hundreds of people died in the internecine battles and thousands of lives were disrupted until peace was restored by the intervention of the Regional Assistance Mission of Pacific armed forces led by Australian troops and bureaucrats.
In the period after the civil unrest there was an explosion of music production in the Solomon Islands, frequently in Oceanic Reggae small home studios, as well as at established facilities like Unisound Studios, where numerous Rasta-inspired melodic roots reggae albums from the likes of Native Stoneage, Iron Bottom Sound, Jah Roots and Litol Rastas were recorded.
Tapping into a Rasta worldview, some black inhabitants of contemporary Melanesia look to imagined, ancient African roots to guide them out of a neocolonial Babylon.
Some Solomons reggae songs speak directly to local politicians on behalf of an electorate weary of cronyism and corruption.
This creates a desire existing, not without tensions, alongside indigenous cultural nationalism and ongoing struggles to retain land and prepare for the worst of the omni-colonial future. Most also identify with and defend indigenous Hawaiian sovereignty.
I am a Kanaka Maoli which means Native, true, indigenous, Hawaiian man of the soil. I love Jamaica and the people of Jamaica deep in my heart, even though I have not been there yet. To a degree, indigenous political motivation has been replaced by an abstract concern for environmental sustainability, Rasta-guided philosophies and an increasingly central place in the national popular music culture.
In Australia there have been fewer reggae releases than across the Tasman Sea, although the live scene is burgeoning with bands in most major cities. Producer and musician Jake Savona and the Mista Savona band from Melbourne created the first substantial link-up between Australian musicians and contemporary Jamaican dancehall, featuring new and veteran roots artists in the album, Melbourne Meets Kingston.
More recently, Savona has been producing tracks for Sizzla. The young group Zennith from Kuranda guided by their father, Willie Brim in far northern Queensland has created a lively, popular form of reggae, mixed with ska and hip-hop and they hope to travel the world with it.
Reggae is the music message board of the world and the message of the Indigenous struggle. In both Aotearoa and Australia there are now numerous sound systems, based closely on Jamaican and English models, using dubplates featuring Jamaican and occasionally local artistes. The set is called Soulmaker and continues to play out in Sydney. For certain sound system crews in a city like Sydney strict verisimilitude is the order of the night. Of course, similar events take place regularly at dancehall clashes in cities like Berlin, Osaka and San Francisco.
Nowadays, the borders of digital Jamaica expand ceaselessly. Questions about mimesis and authenticity in such situations are almost irrelevant. Through its sheer mutability Jamaican music has long ventured down the cyber byways detailed by Louis Chude-Sokei , and for several decades it has slipped well beyond the black Atlantic into the polyglot Oceanic realm, where local reggae practitioners mostly determine their own indices of authenticity and the effectiveness of Jamaican-derived music to meet their needs — spiritual, political or aesthetic.
One friend jokingly asked if we were one of the ones arrested.
We added the haka sounds in the background to make it different, add our own culture in there alongside the elements of hip-hop and bashment dancehall. Another Pacific artiste who embodies emerging flows of cultural exchange in a post-national world has the appropriate sobriquet of O-Shen.
When he was fifteen, his parents returned with him Oceanic Reggae to live in the United States. By age nineteen Hershey was in jail for a three- year stretch. Upon release he fled to his birthplace. He eventually wound up in Honolulu, renewed his interest in music, and by had one of his Tok Pisin raps included on an album by the Fijian-Hawaiian singer, Fiji George Veikoso.
Since then O-Shen has recorded six albums, mostly reggae based but also incorporating dancehall, rhythm and blues, hip-hop, and traditional Papua New Guinea string band and tribal music. He is a star thoughout the Pacific, especially in his homeland of Papua New Guinea.
As well as being a supporter of Hawaiian sovereignty, Kanak self-determination in New Caledonia, ganja legalization and Rastafari, O-Shen is a hunky, blonde, good-looking guy who enjoys swimming and surfing.
But even in his role as a sexy lover man he rejects the United States. A dreadlocked, white-skinned Pasifikan who is able to shout out to bredren in Honolulu and Spanish Town and Port Moresby suggests another kind of Oceanic reggae culture that is neither necessarily global nor glocal, but complex, lateral and specific.
Of course, the Pacific and the Caribbean are very different stretches of land and ocean, but with ever expanding means of communication, the links become clearer. Widely separated peoples are learning about the specificities of other locations and feeling deeper connectedness with cultures that share existing and emerging affinities.
Indeed an island is a frontier. In he recorded a reggae tune with his grandson Patrick Mau. As well as his prodigious Jamaican forbear, Dan also recalls hardy ancestors who came from all over Melanesia and Polynesia and those who were indigenous to the islands of the Strait. The words remind listeners that although Seaman Dan is by genealogy and inclination a cosmopolitan man who has loved to move around, he also has a much-loved home-place, a place to stand.
Your bones become the sands, your blood the ocean. Your flesh is the fertile ground. Your heart becomes the stories, dances, songs.
It will beg for you to dream it, and know it, forever.