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Ethiopian Kundalini

*Legends of Negus Negash a Kushite Legacy*

Kandake Imani-Tore & Natak Amani,
beneath the list of Kemetic Queens & Kings from predynastic Egypt, covering 4 native Golden Age Dynasties.

Here is the true origin of how Romans eventually penetrated and weakened the FrontLine of Ethiopian Interior beyond Nubia.

In 350 c.e. the Yemenite-Sabaean invasion of Meroe occurred. Aksumite Ruler King Ezana, backed by Constantine and the Byzantine Empire, destroyed the Nubian Capitol of Meroe. This tore down the frontline and the future of the Mother Land.

Overtime, the Aksumite Rulers became the Amharic Rulers of Abyssinia. The Aksumites were romanized in their ways, especially politically. Greek, politically became a primary language. The Sabaean language had become abandoned by the Aksumite Rulers. The Ge’ez language received it’s writing script from the transmission of Constantine’s Coptic Scriptures. They even adopted the Julian calendar & year, and till this day still uses it with all it’s flaws and all.

Aksum, so much like the Romans, abolished education and enlightenment to dumb down it’s subjects but eventually pulled Aksum, later Abyssinia into it’s dark ages. They remained without the ability to read, build and produce medicines like penicillin all the way up until the British arrived and educated them in the 20 century /1900’s c.e..

Nubia’s economy was based on abundant mineral resources, especially iron. Unlike Aksum’s economy, strictly based on political taxation, and controlling trade and commerce in the Red Sea.

The Aksumite/Amharic/Abyssinian Rulers were not the biblical Ethiopians. Not that the Biblical account of History is even relevant or matters in lack of facts. It’s not like Taharqa or any other factually historical Historians, Writers, Kingdoms, etc, has ever acknowledge any Hebrew Israelite Kingdoms in their own accounts anyways. Biblical accounts of Ethiopians are usually sublimanal insults anyways. e.g.,

“Then the Angel of the Lord said to Philip, Start out and go south to the road that leads down from Jerusalem to Gaza, which is desert. And he arose and went: And behold, a man of Ethiopia, an Eunuch of great authority under Candace, Queen of Ethiopians, who had the charge of all her treasure, and had come to Jerusalem to worship.

He discussed with Philip the meaning of a perplexing passage from the prophet Isaiah. Philip explained the scripture to him and he was promptly baptized in some nearby water. The eunuch ‘went on his way, rejoicing’ and presumably therefore reported back on his conversion to the Kandake = Candace = Nubian Queen.”

This passage is clearly an insult. A Eunuch, meaning [dick-less] or castrated Ethiopian servant, is found soul searching and is redeemed by a Greek Jew. As if the wisdom of the Ethiopian does not supersede that of the Greek & Jew alike.

Amharic Rulers are descendant of Aksumite Rulers, not the Nubian Rulers. All of our Golden Ages in Kemet depict our Native Rulers smiting their enemies. Kemet had never died out, Kerma & Nubia were always here in an unbroken succession. We have an idea of the lineage Kings & Queens from Narmer to Laid-Imani with tombs and artifacts to support the evidence.

So where’s the Queen of Sheba, today? Solomon of Jerusalem never existed. Saba and Kerma were not a unified Kingdom and no where in the bible does it state that the Queen of Sheba/Saba’s name was Makeda. The bible was specific about it’s account of any Ethiopian Candaces.

Sabaean tribes knew the title of Mqtwyt (High Official). Make or Makuedu, the personal name of the Queen in the judaic legend, is interpreted from this popular rendering of the title of Mqtwyt (High Official).

The alphabetic inscriptions from South Arabia furnish no evidence for women rulers, but Assyrian inscriptions repeatedly mention Arab queens in the north.. Queens are well attested in Arabia but not after 690 b.c., according to Encyclopedia Judiaca, unlike the Kerma-Nubian Kandakes.

Shanakdakhete (177 – 155 bce)
Amnirenas (40 – 10 ice)
Amanishakheto (10bce – 1 ce)
Amanitore (1 – 20 ce)
Amantitere (22 – 41 ce)
Amanikhatashan (62 – 85 ce)
Maleqorobar (266 – 283 ce)
Lahideamani (306 – 314 ce)

The Amhara Rulers emerged from the families of Aksumite Rulers. Don’t mean that the Amhara today do not contain any amounts of Nubian Blood. I’m strictly pointing to the principal fact that the Aksumite Rulers invaded as foreign enemies from across the Red Sea, and were not the Royal Lineage of the Nubian Rulers.

Consider The Facts:

There are several places in the Bible where the writer distinguishes Sheba, i.e. the Yemenite Sabaeans, from Seba, i.e. the African Sabaeans. In Ps. 72:10 they are mentioned together: “The kings of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts..” [Authors of Confusion]

Sheba was the South Arabian Kingdom of Saba, centered in present -day Yemen. Sheba was quite known in the classical world, and it’s country was called Arabia Felix. Saba-Sheba and Kerma-Nubia were neither the same nor were they a Unified Kingdom. Yemenite Sabaeans were Asiatic Caucasoid Assyrian Migrants who brought Judaism into Arabia first, and then into Aksum, as foreigners.

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