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Alkebu-lan

Posted by Rudolph Smith <rjsmith5@quixnet.net> on Thu, 14 Apr 2005, in response to dictionary, posted by Jocelyn Gorman on Wed, 26 Nov 2003

You will find an explaination for Alkebu-lan in the book THE ALKEBU-LANIANS OF TA-MERRY'S "MYSTERIES SYSTEM," AND THE RITUALIZATION OF THE LATE BRO.KWESIE ADEBISI by Yosef A.A. ben-Jochannan.

Alkebu-lan...The most ancient of the names for the continent the Greeks renamed "africa/Afrika," etc. about 500 B.C.E.
Ta-Merry...One of the original names the indigenous people of Northeast Alkebu-lan called their homeland before the Haribu ["Jews"] changed it to "Mizrain," Greeks to "Aegypticus," Arabs to "Mizrair," and English to "Egypt," etc. Other indigenous names are "Kamt, Sais, Pearl Of The Nile," etc.


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