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        TRUTHS ABOUT THE HUMAN EVOLUTION The civilization of the cavemen was the earliest civilization of the Black race few months after the great deluge. Unlike the Sumner civilization, the cavemen did not have a consolidated lifestyle where everybody was made to have one same beginning as the base for the civilization which, supposedly, should have involved everybody with the dark skin. It was rather caught in distinct form depending on the time each people found themselves on the plane earth. For the water (flood) did not dry up everywhere at the same time. Each people started their civilization immediately it was discovered that the flood had dried up at their own part. Moses gave a little light to our understanding of this reason. Also he sent forth a dove from him, to see if the waters were abated from off the face of the ground; But the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot, and she returned unto him into the ark, for the waters were on the face of the whole eart

Four Points that Proved that Nsukka Civilized Egypt - Onyeji Nnaji

  Copied from Reminiscence , by Onyeji Nnaji O ne of the issues that had given researchers on the ancient Egypt much concern had been issues connected to the origin of her civilization. Egypt civilization seemed to emerge suddenly like a germinated plant and spread branches across space. In this regard, Egypt had been studied as the cradle of civilization in Africa and the base where relatively all that should be known about Africa had been studied. This situation sometimes assigned impetus to the claim by Egyptian writers that Egypt was the place of African genesis. All these suggestions may be considered indisputably true, but with issues discussed in this chapter and the next chapters with varying evidences which eyes could see, one may be able to place a better judgment over what he presumed or had drawn conclusion on, in the past. The question therefore is, whether the globally known Egyptian civilization was the product of western culture. Diop Anta, a committed writer on t