The Akan Peoples of Ghana have Ancient “Libyan” Cultural Influences

Source: Virgin Mother Goddesses of Antiquity (Palgrave Macmillan US) 2010 A.D.

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The author’s commentary reveals how myths and legends can be used to connect to ancient historical facts, ancient cultural aspects, and ancient cultic practices. I view ancient and medieval history through a historical, cultural, linguistic, mythological, and ethnological lenses through the leading of the Holy Spirit. If ancient scholars like Diodorus Siculus claimed the Libyan Amazons were historical women who heavily influenced the northern regions of Africa long before the Trojan Wars, then we should treat them as such which various forms of evidence confirm.

This source confirms much of what we have already noted on this website. This source acts as another source that confirms connections between the northern regions of Africa and West Africa which can be used to support the stance that ancient north African culture (which is usually associated with Shemitic culture) was shifted to the regions like West Africa.

This source also can be used to support the fact that warrior women and priestesses were not uncommon in some ancient peoples so Judge, Prophetess, and Warrior Woman Deborah was not the only woman of her time to do what she did. This source also mentions that the Danaids, who have been assumed by some to be of the Tribe of Dan which I have noted elsewhere on this website, were black people. If one accepts the theory that the Danaids are of the tribe of Dan, than this is yet another connection that confirms the ancient black presence in ancient Israel.

I think the various African Amazonian groups of historical times are descendants of the ancient Libyan Amazons. If one accepts that a part of Shem’s land is in Africa, the Dahomey are of the tribe of Dan, and the Danaids were of the tribe of Dan, then the ancient Libyan Amazons were a mixture of Shemitic-Hamitic women and Dahomey Amazons are of the tribe of Dan.

PLEASE KNOW THAT I DO NOT ENDORSE THE AUTHOR’S SPIRITUAL VIEWS. However, I believe this source can also supports the stance that the Spirit of Wisdom (Proverbs 8) is indeed an angelic female spirit created by God who saw God design and manifest creation. The fact that it seems like women were seen as being “wise” in the ancient Mediterranean realm which included Greece, northern regions of Africa, and the ancient near east supports the direct, literal claim that the Spirit of Wisdom was just that: a female spirit created by God.

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