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Were White Celts In Southern Africa Before Blacks?

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  • AncientStar
    Were Whites In Southern Africa Before Blacks? Ancient Celtic Round-Houses with typical thatched roofs Were aborigines originally imported to parts of Africa
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      Were Whites In Southern Africa Before Blacks?
         
          Ancient Celtic Round-Houses with typical thatched roofs
      Were aborigines originally 'imported' to parts of Africa to help the Celts mine Mt. Meru in Kenya-Uganda as their ancient legends tell?  Aborigines learned 'house-making' and agriculture from the Celts.
      Jan Lamprecht - 5/28/2007
      When I was writing 'Government by Deception,' I met also with a former Colonel who also had a doctorate. He showed me an extensive paper he had written on the subject of Black colonization of southern Africa, complete with maps, and stated that parts of the region were settled by Whites before Blacks. This is not an oddball theory and everything he said is already sitting in the history books.

      However, for politically correct reasons, nobody states this firmly established fact: that blacks migrated thousands of miles and colonized southern Africa only in recent centuries. In fact, if you will study the history (as opposed to... wishful-thinking... about Africa), you will find that Blacks only inhabited a portion of Africa until recently.

      What you need to understand about blacks and whites in the past is that Black and White societies behaved very differently. White society (long before Colonialism - going back to Ancient Greece and earlier) had learned to settle down and build cities. Thus, in Europe (and also in Asia), you can trace the history of a people because they had enough technology and structure to build cities and to inhabit a place for centuries. But in Africa, Blacks were largely nomads. The only cities that existed in Africa prior to the arrival of whites were a handful in West Africa, Timbuktu being one of them. But in Africa south of the equator, one finds no cities.

      Let it be said that: South of the equator, there are no cities that were inhabited by blacks which could’ve been considered cities in the normal sense of the word as you would understand them...

       
       
       
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