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By Aboriginal Excellence, Mar 9 2016 11:24PM

Tupac's birth name was Lesane Parish Crooks. His mother was a Black nationalist and member of the Black Panther Party. She nationalized her son around the age of one, renaming him after an American aboriginal and Inca emperor TUPAC AMARU SHAKUR. Tupac and his parents fought their own revolution in the United States of America. Tupac himself was the National Chairman Of The New Afrikan Panthers and was dedicated to the liberation of Black Americans.


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Tupac's business card. via Complex.com
Tupac's business card. via Complex.com

c.1599 A first look of the Americans an Inca nobleman and his sons
c.1599 A first look of the Americans an Inca nobleman and his sons

By Aboriginal Excellence, Mar 6 2016 07:25PM

A head of a Buddha from ancient Vietnam.
A head of a Buddha from ancient Vietnam.

Who was the Buddha?


In Anacalypsis, British historian Godfrey Higgins suggests that Buddha descended from the aboriginal "Negroes" of ancient India:


The mountaineers [of India] most resemble Negroes in their countenances and their hair. The natives of the hilly districts of Bengal and Bahar can hardly be distinguished by their features from the modern Ethiopians." All this is accords very well with my theory respecting the black Buddha. It has been observed that the figures in all the old caves of India have the appearance of Negroes. This tends to prove not only the extreme antiquity of the caves but also the original Negro character of natives."



In 1806 India was colonized by the British under the "East Indian Company Inc." According to British archaeologist and historian Gerald Massey here is what he published in 1881 regarding the origins of the Buddha:


"The Black race is most anicent and Africa is the primordial home. It is not necessary to show that the 1st colonizers of India were Negroes, but it is certain that the black Buddha of India was imaged in the Negroid type. In the black negro god, whether called Buddha or Sut-Nashsi. The people who 1st fashioned and worshipped the divine image in the Negroid mould of humanity must according to all knowledge of human nature been negroes themselves. For blackness is not merely mystical, the features and hair of the Buddha belong to the Black race and Nashi is the negro name. "


Content Source: Black God: An Introduction To The World's Religions And Their Black Gods by Dr. Supreme Understanding


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By Aboriginal Excellence, Feb 23 2016 03:30PM




The dominant society seems to be in uproar about pretty much everything these days. And with all the uproar comes misinFORMATION. Lets clear up a few things about the way systematic racism has worked in the U.S.A. Racism implies a system of power that deprives one group and advances another. Therefore, only one group of people can truly be racist as it currently stands.

A Long History of Racial Preferences - For Whites


Many middle-class white people, especially those who grew up in the suburbs, like to think that they got to where they are today by virtue of our merit - hard work, intelligence, pluck, and maybe a little luck. And while they may be sympathetic to the plight of others, they close down when they hear the words "affirmative action" or "racial preferences." "We worked hard, we made it on our own," the thinking goes, why don't 'they'? After all, it's been almost 40 years now since the Civil Rights Act was passed.


Without readily acknowledging that racial preferences have a long, institutional history in this country - a white history. Here are a few ways in which government programs and practices have channeled wealth and opportunities to white people at the expense of others.


Affirmative action in the American "workplace" first began in the late 17th century when European indentured servants - the original source of unfree labor on the new tobacco plantations of Virginia and Maryland - were replaced by African slaves. In exchange for their support and their policing of the growing slave population, lower-class Europeans won new rights, entitlements, and opportunities from the planter elite.

By Aboriginal Excellence, Nov 14 2015 05:07PM

Quetzalcoatl, Codex Telleriano-Remensis, Aztec, ca. 1562
Quetzalcoatl, Codex Telleriano-Remensis, Aztec, ca. 1562

"Several Indian nations, such as the Mayans, Aztecs, and Incas, worshipped black gods along with their other deities, and the Mayan religion particularly exemplifies the high esteem in which the negroes were held." --Harold G. Lawrence, The crisis, 1962


Why were all indigenous religions and spiritual systems deemed as "pagan" or "evil"and were replaced during colonizations? It would be hard to subjugate a people who were previously worshipped without replacing old traditions with new ones. Lets examine some of the anicent gods found right here in America before colonization. "Many Scholars have noted, the Black gods of the Americas are typically gods of medicine and healing, trade, or music and dance. According to these scholars, these associations are based on the traditions introduced by actual Black people."


1. EKCHUAH, THE BLACK STAR

Design on Vase from Chamấ representing Maya Dieties
Design on Vase from Chamấ representing Maya Dieties

EKCHUAH, was the sixth most commonly depicted deity in the Mayan codices, protrayed at least forty times. He is painted Black with thick lips, His name means "Black Star" (ek means "star" and chuah means "black" in Yucatan Maya). Flod Hayes III reports that among many of the Indians of Guatemala, "the black Christ is referred to in private as Ekchuah," who Harold Lawerence describes as "black and woolly-haired" and "unmistakenly Negro." In Africa and the Discovery of America, Leo Weiner connects the Mayan god Ekchuah to the African Nama societies of the Malinke and Bambara people of West Africa. Ekchuah may have been based on an older Black god, known to us only as God M.