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Lope-Okanda, Garbon , Philosophers, Aristotle, Plato, Zambia

Lope-Okanda Petroglyph

So far we have established that: 1 The doctrines of the so called Greek philosophers was from Ancient Egyptian. 2 The ancient Egyptians had developed a very complex religious system, called The Mysteries of Osirica.


3 The history of Aristotle's life, has done him far more harm than good. Aristotle never mentioned his visit to Egypt, which was well documented in history. How could Plato teach Aristotle what he himself did not know ? Why should Aristotle spent twenty years learning nothing from Plato ? 4 Memphite Theology the source of Greek Philosophy or primitive science, it is also the basis of modern scientific belief. If we compare this Egyptian cosmology with the Nebular hypothesis of Laplace, we would find striking similarities in the two contexts. 5 That most of the Greek mythology about their Gods, are direct copies from Egyptian Mythology, including Hephaestus (the divine blacksmith), was based on Ptah.




Inside Ngwenya Mountain mine

6 W. Budge, gives a list of the Egyptian Gods, including Ptah that originated in the Sudan, the land of the Negroes. 7 That most of the Greek Gods of Mythology had Negroid faces. Finally, we will try to proof to you that indigenous Africans, south of the border from Egypt, were the source of the Egyptian Mystery of Osirica.


To fully comprehend the magnitude of our historical assertion, you need to check out the Ifa links provided on the left side of the page. Using the Eurocentric timeline we will start from Africa. The forest-savanna interface typical of central Gabon is well preserved in the park, and ecological and archaeological evidence shows that the area was inhabited almost continuously from late Palaeolithic times 350-400,000 years ago to the present. The first image above is Petroglyph from Lope-Okanda, Garbon about 200,000 BCE. The second image is "Rock painting" from inside Ngwenya Mountain mine about 50,000 BCE.

Sungir Man

Migrations were undertaken through Gabon following ridge lines (Oslisly 1995), although elsewhere river navigation was used.


Using the Eurocentric timeline again, which idicated that the first fully fledged human migration from Africa, was between 100 to 80,000 BCE.


Following the single exodus to Yemen, our ancestors dispersed to colonize other part of the world. Some group stayed within the region, others moved east.


In Malaysia traces of ash-dating back to the great Mount Toba eruption in Sumatra 74,000 years ago, wee found on stone tools left by modern humans in Kota Tampra, a wooded valley near Penang. Anthropologist Zuraima Majidr director of the centre for archaeological research Malaysia discovered this evidence.

Kostenski Man

The Lion Cavern at Ngwenya Mountain, just north of the Swaziland Capital Mbabane, is thought to be the oldest evidence of human mining in the world. Carbon-dating has shown mining activity for red ocre (haematite) within this cavity dating back to a period between 41000 and 43000BC. Dart and Beaumont (1967, p. 408). These were the ancestors of the famous "European Grimaldi", aka Kostenki and Sungir Man.


Over 12,000 years ago, Africans developed Ifa Oracle divination based on the square of 16=16x16=26 = 2^8 corresponding to the vertices of an 8-dimensional hypercube and to the binary 2-choice Clifford algebra C1(8) and so to related ones such asC1(8)xC1(8) = C1(16) [7].


Since the number of sub-hypercubes in an 8-dimensional hypercube is 6,561 =81x81=3^8, the Ifa Oracle has N=8 ternary 3-structureas well as binary 2-structure.


We are currently unable to say much about the way these earlier peoples lived. From about 10,000 B.C.E. onward we possess a relatively detailed picture of population dynamics in the middle Ogooue valley (Gabon Central Africa), which demonstrates the arrival of a long sequence of civilizations, particularly from the Neolithic (c. 4,500 B.C.E.) onward. However we can fill in the gap from about 12,000 BCE to 4,500 B.C.E. with our latest dicovery and uncovering.

Igbo, Nsukka, Archaeology, Petroglyphs, Acheulian, Africa

Zambian Rock Art
Petroglyphs from Garbon

In 2002 a joint French and Chadian team of paleontologists led by Professor Michel Brunet of the University of Poitiers, found a seven million year old ancestor of Homo Erectus in the southern Chad region, close to the Nigerian border. This means that Igbo Homo Erectus was a direct descendant of the seven million year old Proto-Hominid of what would have been Central/Central West African migration. , and confirms our thesis of "Out of Central/Central West African migration of Early Man. The two images on the left above and below are rock painting from Zambia. The two images on the right above and below are Petroglyphs from Lope-Okanda, Garbon.

Zambian Rock Art
Petroglyphs from Garbon

Archaeologists of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, in their excavations carried out in the early 1970s discovered huge stacks of various kinds of stone tools – hand axes, knives, picts, cleavers - in the Igbo town of Ugwu-Ele (‘Hill of Ele’), Isuikwuato, Abia State, Nigeria. The archeologists concluded that the tools spanned the period from Early, Middle to Late Stone Age (at least 500,000 – 80,000 B.C. The British member of UNN Archaeology department at the time, Professor D. David concluded that, “the site was the largest stone axe factory in the world!...


We are not aware of any other site in the world with such an enormous amount of stone axes and other

tools.” Anozie argued that since “the technology and typology of Acheulian culture is very similar everywhere in Africa and other parts of the world, (and) the hand-axes from Ugwuele very much resemble those from (Stone Age sites in) France, England, India, East Africa, North Africa, etc., in terms of form and techniques of manufacture. It is mainly because of this that the Acheulian culture is regarded as a worldwide culture and a heritage of all humanity”. Archaeologists in Zambia have uncovered evidence that early humans used paint for aesthetic purposes far earlier than previously thought.


Osiris, Celestial, Disc, Oshuru, Lejja, Nsukka, Nigeria, Zambia



The team found pigments and paint grinding equipment believed to be between 350,000 and 400,000 years old.


The oldest pigments previously found were 120,000 years old and the oldest known paintings are just 35,000 years old.


Over 300 fragments of pigment have now been found in a cave at Twin Rivers, near Lusaka, Zambia.


These materials were apparently gathered in from the surrounding area. It is likely that the stone age inhabitants used the colours, which range from yellow to purple, to paint their bodies during Religious rituals, ceremonies and other social events.


The remnants date from before the "Official Accepted" date of the appearance of anatomically modern humans, Homo Sapiens.


One of the team that made the discovery, Dr Lawrence Barham from the University of Bristol, UK, said:


"We're dealing here with people who were perhaps using symbols far earlier than we expected. (BBC)



The symbol of the Celestial Disc in Lejja, Nsukka, Nigeria, is called Oshuru. It is the rounded pile of slag surrounded by the huge crescent shaped pile (In the image above).


The Book of the Dead says that the Duat city of Abydos in Heliopolis was called Busiris – ‘House of Osiris’.


The word Busiris – ‘House of Osiris’ is an Igbo expression, meaning Obu Oshuru – ‘House of Oshuru’ or ‘House of Osiris’!


From this perspective, it can be further confirmed that Osiris, the Lord of the Egyptian Duat, was the Lord of the Lejja smelters.


The Oshuru object in Lejja is in the shape of the celestial disc/mound. It is flanked by a crescent-shaped pile of slag rounded into a circle around the disc.



History of Science by Sedgwick and Tyler page 141 and 153 C. IX. History of Philosophy by Zeller Introduction page 31. Europe in the Middle Ages by Ault page 216-219.

History of the Arabs by Hitti page 370, 629, 665 and 572. Esoteric Christianity by Annie Besant page 107, 128-129. Ancient Mysteries by C.H. Vail page 59, 61, 74-75 and 109.


History of Philosophy William Turner: p. 34; 39; 45; 53. Roger Student: p. 15 B.C. Alexander: p. 13; 21. Zeller: p. 37; 46; 58; 66-83; 112; 127; 170-17



The Book of the Dead, p. 278, p. 274.
Ralph Ellis, Tempest and Exodus, p. 156.
Ralph Ellis, Tempest and Exodus, p. 157.