First Coin Showed Athena as a Black Woman-Medusa’s “Hair” Turning to Snakes Possibly Alludes to Dreadlocks

Source: The Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece (Palgrave Macmillan) 2009 A.D.

h
Note: Page 30 of the source.

j
Note: Page 32 to 33 of the source.

h
Note: Page 52 of the source.

d
Note: Page 53 of the source.

d
Note: Page 53 to 54 of the source.

d
Note: Page 54 of the source.

d
Note: Page 55 of the source.

h
Note: Page 59 of the source.

h
Note: 60 of the source.

j
Note: Page 71 of the source.

d
Note: Page 72 of the source.

d
Note: Page 75 of the source.

d
Note: Page 81 of the source.

d
Note: Page 86 of the source.

d
Note: Page 123 of the source.

n
Note: Page 133 of the source.

d
Note: Page 139 of the source.

n
Note: Page 141 of the source.

d
Note: Page 151 of the source.

j
Note: Page 154 of the source.

d
Note: Page 160 to 161 of the source.

m
Note: Page 162 of the source.

n
Note: Page 162 of the source.

d
Note: Page 165 of the source.

d
Note: Page 169 of the source.

d
Note: 194 of the source.

b
Note: Page 214 of the source.

d
Note: Page 215 of the source.

b
Note: Page 220 of the source.

d
Note: Page 231 of the source.

d
Note: Page 232 of the source.

This source confirms the ancient ethnic and cultural black presence of the northern regions of Africa and throughout the ancient Mediterranean Basin. This source also shows that their is some level of truth in ancient myths.

By One For All

Leave a Reply

Have You Seen These?

%d bloggers like this: