Hello guys & gals, I've found this great venue that experts in their respective disciplines taking to each other, it covered a wide variety of subjects, but it does tend to be dry sometimes filled with techno speak so it won't be everybody's glass of beer.
*The Africanity Of Ancient Egypt* In this presentation he confirmed what many of the vets already figured out about the Nilo-Saharan participation of the foundation of the Egyptian state. Also he again confirmed what many here deduced about the Absuir findings.
youtu.be/zXvYtIelYhU Mary Hicks: *Africa/Brazil:Black Mariners and the world of South Atlantic Slavery* In this discussion the active participation of Black on both sides of the Atlantic in the trade is revealed even with enslaved themselves, certainty different from the north Atlantic mode..an Eye-opener to say the least. youtu.be/Tcmwua6wkPw African Dominion by Michael Gomez. Tells the story of the rise of the Western Sudanic states, very detailed, one of the surprises is Goa,rivalling Wagadu, and that Ghana the State did not die after the the Disruption of the Almoravid movement but reconstituted itself and survived even more powerful for centuries to come. Quite a few of these vid lectures are in three parts of 1:050 min to 2:00:00hrs long Also these guys do not believe in editing, so you may find it necessary to FWD the vid till you see movement.. So I recommend subscribe.
He says he's been attacked by apparent "native" Egyptians or "native" COpts for daring to link Egypt with Africa- which is typical of the butt-hurt nativism and denialism of many modern Egyptians, or maybe he encountered bogus trolls posing as "native" Egyptians- another long-standarding pattern we have seen on ES and ESR. Doesnt matter though- the evidence and data and authoritative researchers are there to make the case, regardless of how much emotional denials, online fakery, and distorted propaganda they trot out.