Dravido-Africans

Dravido-Africans

Source: Evidence that a West-East admixed population lived in the Tarim Basin as early as the early Bronze Age (BMC Biology) 2010 A.D. From the source, "  The Loulan Mummy was of Dravidian Origin Clyde Winters, Uthman dan Fodio Institute 18 July 2014 Controversy surrounds the Loulan mummy. Meir has attempted to protray the Tarim Basin as an ancestral home for Caucasians because of the discovery of mummies resembling Europeans in the Tarim Basin with European pigmentation and physical features. As a result, researchers have claimed that the Loulan mummy was also caucasian. This hypothesis is false. The Loulan munny…
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Igbo Pyramids Connected With Ancient Egypt

Igbo Pyramids Connected With Ancient Egypt

Source: The Forgotten Igbo Pyramids (Pulse.ng) 2017 A.D The ancient Igbo pyramids are located in Udi, Enugu, Nigeria but have long been forgotten and are probably in ruins. The wonder of the Igbo pyramids started in 1935, when British anthropologist and colonial administrator, G. I. Jones, took pictures of the Nsude pyramids (what is now known as the Igbo pyramids). Jones in 1935 was building up an extraordinary photographic record of Southeastern Nigerian culture when he stumbled upon the clay formed wonders. Armed with his Roloflex camera Jones took shots of the 10 circular stepped pyramids. The Nsude pyramids are…
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Bronze Head of An Akkadian King – More Proof of An Ancient Black Middle East

Bronze Head of An Akkadian King – More Proof of An Ancient Black Middle East

Source: The British Museum cir. 2600 B.C. According to the Bible, Nimrod (Cushite) built several cities, one of which was "Accad" (Genesis 10:8-10). According to history, Akkad (Accad) was home to the Akkadians, and they left images. One of those images is a bronze head that shows the facial features of a black man. Bronze head of a king of the Old Akkadian dynasty, most likely representing either Naram-Sin or Sargon of Akkad. Unearthed in Nineveh (now in Iraq). In the National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad. Height 30.5 cm. M. E. L. Mallowan, "The Bronze Head of the Akkadian Period…
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