Africans had been in existence 155,000 years before Europeans appeared, during the Ice Age, on Earth. So harsh was their northern Europe living that their life's "dark age" orientation was simply about survival--and by 'any means necessary.' Eventually, a band of independent illiterate tribes--called Aryans and later to be called the Greeks--appeared (c1800 BC) on the island of Crete where the history of Greece began (Amen, Not Out of Greece p25). There, they encountered, as proved by excavations, the Crecian civilization, consisting of a group of highly advanced Eastern Black Africans called Keftiu. These Aryans, a warring people (even among themselves), spoke a common language and used common customs--but allowed themselves to be subjected to the Cretans. When a massive volcanic eruption c1500 BC destroyed the Cretan civilization, the Greeks, from losing their source of culture, went into another “dark age” period until they began a significant contact with the Black Babylonians and the Black Egyptians c700 BC. Yet, they were too barbaric to assimilate and retain the highly cultural Black Peoples' influences. Up to this time there were no philosophies, no alphabet, no institutions, and no hint of scientific thought among the Greeks (Diop, Great African Thinkers p232, 299). Their most prominent feature was being anti- Spiritual realm, anti-Spiritual Elements, and their ramifications, as taught by their African teachers.
The Greeks had always assumed their code of morality was something imprinted by Nature (Physis) on the human heart, and thus devoid of higher Spiritual Power standards. Such justified each man, as he saw fit, determining what is right and decent. After Africans' God Amen was renamed Zeus, the Greeks anthropomorphically converted Zeus into a superior Supernatural Superhuman deemed to be an object of Fear or love--a force to be defied or a Lord to be obeyed-- concepts opening the door to Satanism philosophies and practices which, in turned, shaped the favoring of the dominance of Lower (animalistic) Self featured fetters (e.g. egoism, fear, anger, hatred, greed, lust, envy, jealousy, frustration, selfishness, arrogance, and pride). Such behaviors resulted in customized self-absorption, self-centeredness, and man-centeredness--all starting points for Western civilization--aspects that spread widely. Another populace discussed "a little" of the African Supreme God Amen but gave far more attention to questioning God's existence, the problems of the divine nature, and the relation of the world and man to the gods. To make all of this acceptable to their consciousness necessitated fashioning SEEMS right morals, assessed by flawed rules called "Logic" (the practice of drawing conclusions from premises) in arriving at beliefs. When the Sophists (c400 BC) perfected this "Logic," its users became very clever and shrewd in ways to generate unfair advantages for themselves and unfair disadvantages for their victims. Since God was not their standard, they said “virtuous” success came from material things (e.g. having money) and power over people.
The lowly cultured ancient Greeks were united, less by blood than by common education and ideals. They were so “blinded” by peeking through the window of the Ancient African world that they (and the Romans) declared black skin to be associated with high intelligence. By being in extreme awe of Africans, Greek scholars so envied Africans' achievements as to take back to Greece what they learned and claim that brilliant intellectual property as their creations. The African papyri of the Middle Kingdom (3348-3182 BC)—given by Europeans the European names of Moscow, Berlin, Kahun, and Rhind—have now been proved to be plagiarized by Pythagoras, Archimedes, Thales, Plato, Eudoxus, Oenopides, Aristotle, Solon, Indocsus, and other Greeks who have left their names on what is considered great in the world today. Practically all magnificent things subsequently spread throughout the Western world under the name of "Greek creations" are merely translations and transmissions of Ancient African intellectual property. Practically all dilutions, pollutions, and fantasy aspects of the Ancient African Bible have become Western societies’ “second nature” (acquired but deeply ingrained character). This makes for "Inside-Out" delusional "philosophical disarray"--e.g. anti-humanitarian and anti-Nature patterns of thoughts, emotions, expressions, and deeds.
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