Black Genesis

Author: Robert Bauval
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781591439738
Release Date: 2011-03-28
Genre: History

Presents proof that an advanced black African civilization inhabited the Sahara long before Pharaonic Egypt • Reveals black Africa to be at the genesis of ancient civilization and the human story • Examines extensive studies into the lost civilization of the “Star People” by renowned anthropologists, archaeologists, genetic scientists, and cultural historians as well as the authors’ archaeoastronomy and hieroglyphics research • Deciphers the history behind the mysterious Nabta Playa ceremonial area and its stone calendar circle and megaliths Relegated to the realm of archaeological heresy, despite a wealth of hard scientific evidence, the theory that an advanced civilization of black Africans settled in the Sahara long before Pharaonic Egypt existed has been dismissed and even condemned by conventional Egyptologists, archaeologists, and the Egyptian government. Uncovering compelling new evidence, Egyptologist Robert Bauval and astrophysicist Thomas Brophy present the anthropological, climatological, archaeological, geological, and genetic research supporting this hugely debated theory of the black African origin of Egyptian civilization. Building upon extensive studies from the past four decades and their own archaeoastronomical and hieroglyphic research, the authors show how the early black culture known as the Cattle People not only domesticated cattle but also had a sophisticated grasp of astronomy; created plentiful rock art at Gilf Kebir and Gebel Uwainat; had trade routes to the Mediterranean coast, central Africa, and the Sinai; held spiritual and occult ceremonies; and constructed a stone calendar circle and megaliths at the ceremonial site of Nabta Playa reminiscent of Stonehenge, yet much older. Revealing these “Star People” as the true founders of ancient Egyptian civilization, this book completely rewrites the history of world civilization, placing black Africa back in its rightful place at the center of mankind’s origins.

Tax Law and Racial Economic Justice

Author: Andre L. Smith
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9781498503662
Release Date: 2015-06-03
Genre: Law

No study of Black people in America can be complete without considering how openly discriminatory tax laws helped establish a racial caste system in the United States, how they were designed to exclude blacks from lucrative markets and the voting franchise, and how tax laws extracted and redistributed vast sums of black wealth. Not only was slavery nearly a 100% tax on black labor, so too was Jim Crow apartheid and tax laws specified the peculiar institution as “negro slavery.” The first instances of affirmative action in the United States were tax laws designed to attract white men to the South. The nineteenth-century Federal Tariff indirectly redistributed perhaps a majority of the profits from slavery from the South to the North and is the principle reason the Confederate states seceded. The only constitutional amendment obtained by the Civil Rights Movement is the Twenty-Sixth Amendment abolishing poll taxes in federal elections. Blending traditional legal theory, neoclassical economics, and a pan-African view of history, these six interrelated essays on race and taxes demonstrate that, even in today’s supposedly post-racial society, there is no area of human activity where racial dynamics are absent.

The Soul of Ancient Egypt

Author: Robert Bauval
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781591437680
Release Date: 2015-09-17
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit

An examination of the cultural occupations of Egypt over the past two millennia and how we can return to the sacred harmony of ancient Egypt • Explores the golden civilization of ancient Egypt and its system of natural magic that birthed the Western Mystery tradition • Examines each phase of Egyptian history from the Pharaonic period, through the Roman conquest, to the ongoing Islamization • Provides a revised portrait of the life of Muhammad, revealing his connections to the Essene tradition Imagine the paradise of ancient Egypt: a lush green valley with a gentle river, full of animals and birds of all sizes. The first settlers, arriving by way of the desert, would have marveled at this beautiful landscape. This awe held on through the first three millennia of settlement in Egypt. Centered on careful observations of the natural rhythms of their environment, particularly the Nile, this enlightened civilization lived in a state of spiritual balance and harmony they called “living in Maat.” This state was further enhanced by the sacred landscape of Egypt and the colossal monuments and pyramids the Egyptians built to reflect the heavens, thus creating a cosmic “spiritual engine” for the ancient world. But sadly, the paradise and Maat of ancient Egypt were not to last, and for the past two thousand years Egypt has experienced many occupations by hostile forces bent on taking control of this magical land. Exploring the exemplary social and cultural model that produced the golden civilization of ancient Egypt as well as the many waves of conquest and destruction up to the present day, Robert Bauval and Ahmed Osman examine each phase of Egyptian history from its origins and the Pharaonic period, through the Roman conquest and its Christianization, to the Pan-Arabization of Nasser and the ongoing Islamization that began with the Muslim caliphate in the 7th century. They show how the current Islamic rulers are actively working to eradicate all traces of Egypt’s spiritual roots, the source of the Western Mystery tradition. They provide a revised portrait of the life of Muhammad, revealing his connections to the Essene tradition, and explain how most Sharia Law is not based on the Koran. Revealing how even the dams built on the Nile are impeding Egypt’s sacred role, the authors sound the call for a return to the original tenets of Egyptian civilization, one that sustained itself in harmony and peaceful creativity for more than three millennia.

Ancient Egypt and Modern Psychotherapy

Author: Todd Hayen
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9781317307488
Release Date: 2016-12-19
Genre: Psychology

In Ancient Egypt and Modern Psychotherapy, Todd Hayen explores what the spiritual concepts of the enigmatic ancient Egyptians can teach us about our own modern psyches and the pursuit of a meaningful life. Hayen examines the ancient Egyptians’ possession of a concept contemporary academics have labeled "consciousness of the heart": an innate knowledge of the entirety of the universe. While all human beings possess this consciousness of the heart, our modern culture has largely lost the ability to tap into this inborn knowledge. By examining the material accomplishments of ancient Egypt, and how their seemingly deeper awareness of their inner world created a harmonious outer world, we can begin to understand how modern psychotherapy, through a Jungian perspective, could be instrumental in achieving a more profound and meaningful personal experience of life. Ancient Egypt and Modern Psychotherapy will be insightful reading for analytical psychologists in practice and in training, Jungian psychotherapists and psychologists, and academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian studies and ancient spirituality.

Imhotep the African

Author: Robert Bauval
Publisher: Red Wheel Weiser
ISBN: 9781609258603
Release Date: 2013-09-01
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit

In this ground-breaking book, Egyptologist Robert Bauval and astrophysicist Thomas Brophy uncover the mystery of Imhotep, an ancient Egyptian superstar, pharaonic Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Galileo, and Newton all rolled into one. Based on their research at the Step Pyramid Complex at Saqqara, Bauval and Brophy delve into observational astronomy to "decode" the alignments and other design features of the Step Pyramid Complex, to uncover the true origins and genius of Imhotep. Like a whodunit detective story they follow the clues that take them on an exhilarating magical mystery tour starting at Saqqara, leading them to temples in Upper Egypt and to the stones of Nabta Playa and the black African stargazers who placed them there. Imhotep the African describes how Imhotep was the ancient link to the birth of modern civilization, restoring him to his proper place at the center of the birthing of Egyptian, and world, civilization


Author: - Polybius
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3519017180
Release Date: 1995-01-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering

The Origin Map

Author: Thomas G. Brophy
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595241224
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Social Science

On a desolate plain in the Egyptian Sahara desert, west of Aswan, there is a very remote prehistoric site called Nabta Playa. There, a recently discovered complex of extremely ancient man-made megalithic structures have baffled the archaeologists who excavated them. An insight into the meaning and use of the megaliths led to a step-by-step sequence of discoveries, verified by measure and calculation, revealing that the megalithic architecture at Nabta Playa is a unified and detailed astrophysical map of truly astonishing accuracy, with no less than staggering implications. Written for the educated general reader, with technical appendices, the discovery of how to decipher the system of megalithic structures is reported with gripping clarity.

Author: Πλατων
ISBN: 9607478118
Release Date: 1995
Genre: Cosmology

Il mistero della genesi

Author: Thomas Brophy
Publisher: Corbaccio
ISBN: 9788863803112
Release Date: 2011-05-25T00:00:00+02:00
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit

La soluzione all'enigma delle origini della civiltà egizia e la spiegazione della sorprendente conoscenza «soprannaturale» che gli egizi avevano in materia di astronomia e di astrologia sono quesiti che a lungo hanno coinvolto esperti e appassionati. Grazie a Bauval e Brophy ora dobbiamo però pensare all'Egitto in termini nuovi rispetto a quelli proposti dalla cultura accademica ufficiale. Gli autori dimostrano infatti che è esistita una precedente antica cultura neroafricana che possedeva anche una sofisticata comprensione dell'astronomia, lasciò abbondanti tracce della sua presenza in incisioni rupestri su rocce, grotte e nei wadi, come a Gilf Kebir e a Jebel Uwainat, concepì rotte commerciali verso le coste del Mediterraneo, l'Africa centrale e il Sinai, si dedicò a cerimonie spirituali occulte e costruì il calendario circolare presso il sito di Nabta Playa. Nonostante tutte le prove raccolte negli ultimi decenni, la teoria di un'origine neroafricana dell'antica civiltà egizia è stata a lungo rifiutata dagli egittologi e archeologi più tradizionalisti che spesso hanno volutamente ignorato chi invece l'ha voluta prendere seriamente in considerazione. Sulla base degli studi più recenti, dell'analisi dei geroglifici, e di ricerche archeologiche e astronomiche in relazione agli allineamenti di complesse strutture megalitiche, di piramidi e templi, gli autori dimostrano invece che le popolazioni nere vivevano nel Sahara migliaia di anni prima dell'ascesa dei faraoni e che esse costituiscono non solo la genesi delle antiche civiltà ma di tutta la storia umana. Bauval e Brophy affermano di aver «convinto » le antiche e silenziose pietre a svelare i loro segreti con il linguaggio universale del cielo e conducono il lettore alla scoperta delle antiche origini della civiltà in un libro capace di soddisfarne il desiderio di conoscenza e di avventura.

The Natural Genesis Two Volumes in One

Author: Gerald Massey
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 9781616405571
Release Date: 2011-12-01
Genre: History

Egyptologist Gerald Massey challenged readers in A Book of the Beginnings to consider the argument that Egypt was the birthplace of civilization and that the widespread monotheistic vision of man and the metaphysical was, in fact, based on ancient Egyptian mythos. In The Natural Genesis, presented here in an omnibus edition, Massey delivers a sequel, delving deeper into his compelling polemic. In Volume I, he offers a more intellectual, fine-tuned analysis of the development of society out of Egypt. From the simplest signs (numbers, the cross) to the grandest archetypes (darkness, the mother figure), Massey carefully and confidently lays the cultural and psychosocial bricks of evolutionism. Volume II provides detailed discourse on the Egyptian origin of the delicate components of the monotheistic creed. With his agile prose, Massey leads an adventurous examination of the epistemology of astronomy, time, and Christology-and what it all means for human culture. British author GERALD MASSEY (1828-1907) published works of poetry, spiritualism, Shakespearean criticism, and theology, but his best known works are in the realm of Egyptology, including The Book of the Beginnings, The Natural Genesis, and Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World.