HOW THE WORD FOR GOD N-G-R BECAME NIGGER - History Forum ~ All Empires. Am new to this site i don't know anyone has posted about this, but if they have, oh well.
The ancient Egyptians called their Pharaohs "N-G-R" (Net-ger) because the Egyptian Pharaoh was seen as a representation of the sun and the Sun God. The original Pharaohs who were pure Black Africans SAW BLACK SKIN AS SACRED AND A DIRECT BLESSING FROM THE SUN GOD, ATEN. In fact Blackness and black skin became associated with God and the sun. BLACK PEOPLE WERE POWERFUL, CULTURALLY ADVANCED, MILITARILY SUPERIOR, BLACK/DARKBROWN IN COMPLEXION, STRONG STATURE, TALL AND DESCRIBED AS A "HANDSOME" RACE , (SEE HERODOTUS, "THE HISTORIES, DESCRIPTIONS OF "ETHIOPIANS" OF AFRICA AND SOUTH INDIA).
The recognition of the Pharaoh as a living God and the black skin as a blessing spread worldwide to other cultures. HOW THE WORD FOR GOD N-G-R BECAME NIGGER. The ancient Egyptians called their Pharaohs "N-G-R" (Net-ger) because the Egyptian Pharaoh was seen as a representation of the sun and the Sun God.
The original Pharaohs who were pure Black Africans SAW BLACK SKIN AS SACRED AND A DIRECT BLESSING FROM THE SUN GOD, ATEN. In fact Blackness and black skin became associated with God and the sun. BLACK PEOPLE WERE POWERFUL, CULTURALLY ADVANCED, MILITARILY. The Original Meaning of the “N” Word — by Pianke Nubiyang. The Original Meaning of the “N” Word By: Pianke Nubiyang 27, January 02, at 12:50 p.m.
The word “nig…” used to be the most revered and sacred word in the universe. It was the “devine epithet,” and the people who began using the mother of all words that originated from this word which was sullied by the British, were the ancient Egyptians or better, the Khemites, who called their land, “Khemet” or “The Black Land,” and also used the name, “Ta-merri” or “The Beloved Land.” The father of the “n” word was the word used by the ancient Egyptians for “God.” That word was “N-g-r” and as one can see, there are no vowels in this word. HOW THE WORD FOR GOD N-G-R BECAME NIGGER - History Forum ~ All Empires. DEATH OF THE WILLIE LYNCH SPEECH. DEATH OF THE WILLIE LYNCH SPEECH (Part I) by Prof.
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