We have previously featured the work of historian and anthropologist, Robert Sepehr — whose specialty is tracing the history of the Genesis 10 Aryan-Adamic peoples — such as the Chachapoyas or “Cloud People” who built the remarkable pyramids of Central and South America.
Here we have transcribed one of Sepehr’s lectures on the ancient kingdom of Kush — which figures prominently in the Bible. Many Christians are under the false impression that ancient Kush was originally built and inhabited by Black Africans merely because it is black today as if it has always been that way. They will robotically cite the encounter between Philip and the man from Ethiopia in Acts 8 as “proof” that the gospel was to be brought to “everyone” — including Black Africans. Clearly, this hellenized “Ethiopian” — or Kushite — with his chariot and ability to read Greek was a white man — and only Christians whose minds have been seared with afro-centric marxism would insist this man to be black.
But as we see here in Robert Sepehr’s video, Kush — even at the time of Christ — was still a white Adamic nation inhabited and ruled over by “Queen Candace” who was a descendant of the original Kushites — direct descendants of Noah. Yes, over time, Ethiopia — and all of Kush — was eventually overrun by arabs and nubians who occupy that land today — and like all the original Genesis 10 nations, they were eventually displaced by an alien people who live on top of what was — in ancient times — yet another advanced Adamic civiliztion.
We have transcribed Robert Sepehr’s narration — you can watch the video posted below:
Sudan is a country in north east Africa — bordered by Egypt in the north, Ethiopia to the east, Chad to the west, and Libya to the northwest. It houses 37 million people, making it the third largest country in Africa. The history of the Sudan goes back to the time of the Pharaohs — and includes the rise of the kingdom of Kush at around 700 BC, which in turn, would control Egypt itself for nearly a century.
After the fall of the kingdom of Kush — since the 7th century AD — Sudan was settled by Muslim arabs and saw extensive islamization and arabization — with much of its former history lost or erased.
The ancient Kush capital was called Meroë in Sudan — given the name by the Aryan king of Persia, Cambyses, son of Cyrus the Great, in honor of his sister who was called by that name. The site of the city of Meroë was marked by more than 200 Nubian pyramids in three groups — many of which are in ruins, mostly by looters searching for treasures. So who were these ancient “Nubian” pyramid builders? Did you notice how I said “ancient Nubian” — as opposed to any modern population one finds there today?
The same way we have Aryan-built pyramids in China — built by the six foot, six inch tall blonde Aryan mummies found near them that pre-date the arrival of East Asians to the area. Places like the kingdom of Kush — or even Ethiopia — were established and ruled by an Aryan — or Caucasian — race of people in antiquity. Now when I say “Aryan” — people often think of India — which was also established by Aryans millennia ago — but they fled to places like the New World, becoming what we call “Native Americans” — evidenced by the swastikas and caucasoid mummies one finds littered all over — now hidden and covered up by organizations like the Smithsonian Institute….
I can assure you that Christopher Columbus did not get “lost” and think he landed in India. When they called Native Americans “Indians,” they knew who they were.
A 2,000 year old relief carved with an image of what appears to be a stylishly over-weight princess has been discovered in an extremely fragile palace in the ancient city of Meroë in Sudan by archeologists. It wasn’t unusual for queens — sometimes referred to as Candaces — to rule, facing down the armies of an expanding Rome. The sandstone relief shows a woman smiling — her hair carefully tressed — and an earring on her left ear. She appears to have a second chin, and a bit of fat on her neck — something considered stylish at the time among royal women from Kush. Researchers don’t know the identity of the woman depicted, but based on the artistic style the relief appears to date back about 2,000 years [to the time of Christ…ed.] and shows someone royal — very similar to other images of princesses but could also have been a queen. Royal women of Kush preferred to be depicted as over-weight — possibly representing fertility and maternity — but in actuality it’s still considered a mystery. The discovery occurred in 2007 during an archeological exploration of a royal palace in the city where the stone blocks were reused in antiquity by the palace’s builders — are were originally from buildings that stood at an even earlier time.
Ancient Nubia — known for rich deposits of gold –hosted some of Africa’s earliest kingdoms with massive amounts of slave labor — became quite wealthy, even ruling some parts of Egypt for a brief time. But their pharaohs were never of sub-Saharan African descent, despite what is taught by corrupt afro-centric marxist universities which no longer try to educate people but to indoctrinate them into a false politically-motivated view of history.
While it is true that there are sub-Saharan African mummies, it is also true that ancient pharaohs and nobility like to be buried with their slaves to have servants in the afterlife — oftentimes even mummifying their cats and buried with their horses — and this could be found in many places….
[Begin National Geographic segment on Kush]:
Every year, the world produces some 500 million tons of iron — the history of this metal goes back thousands of years. Several ancient civilizations learned to manufacture iron — including the Hittites whose empire thrived in what is now Turkey in around 1,600 to around 1,200 BC. Later the Assyrians used iron weapons during their invasion of Egypt in the 7th century BC. In the 4th century BC, the manufacture and trade of iron led to the rise of another empire — Kush — which became a powerful trading center located near the modern-day border of Egypt and Sudan in northeastern Africa.
Much of Kush bordered the Sahara, but the city of Meroë in the southern part of the country was dotted with trees. The people of Kush used this wood to fire the furnaces they used to produce iron. In addition, Meroë had a rich supply of iron ore — the mineral from which iron is made. Meroë was also located not far from the Red Sea which gave Kush access to the major trading centers further south. In addition to iron, the people of Kush traded gold, jewelry, pottery, and ivory. But just as iron had an influence on the rise of Kush, it also had an effect on its fall. Meroë’s economy began to suffer in the 4th century AD — one of the reasons for the decline may have been the loss of the forests in Nubia where trees were harvested to fuel the iron industry. In about AD 350, the neighboring kingdom of Oxam invaded Kush — and the Kush empire fell. Today Kush is largely forgotten, but the metal that built the empire is still important in all our lives today….
From the 3rd century BC to the 4th century AD Phoenicians rulers of the kingdom of Kush controlled significant territory along the banks of the Nile, ensuring the production of significant quantities of iron — mined in large part with slave labor. The Phoenicians also mined copper in Cypress — as well as tin in Great Britain — and even mined the best copper in Michigan U.S.A. which is uniquely mixed with silver…