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I laugh every time I see this vine cause even the kids turnt

And Mickey Mouse is his homeboy lol

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Photo 21 Sep Finally using my new tea diffuser …Moroccan Mint iced tea ๐Ÿนin the making! I’m kind of a tea connoisseur ๐Ÿ˜

Finally using my new tea diffuser …Moroccan Mint iced tea ๐Ÿนin the making! I’m kind of a tea connoisseur ๐Ÿ˜

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Maury camera angles

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He said lock the door

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when the teacher calls your parents

Where. Is. The. Lie. Tho.

no he didnโ€™t!!

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THIS IS TRULY THE WILDEST SHIT I HAVE EVER SEEN AND I LOVE IT

Only in Baltimore lol

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Photo 21 Sep 40 notes kemetic-dreams:

Since they like to mess around with our ancestral artifacts claiming they are restoring (when they are bleaching and scrubbing), why can’t we restore them. The appropriate clues for restoration are there. I restored this great one based on the color remnants remaining on this nearly 5,000 year old African statue.

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kemetic-dreams:

Since they like to mess around with our ancestral artifacts claiming they are restoring (when they are bleaching and scrubbing), why canโ€™t we restore them. The appropriate clues for restoration are there. I restored this great one based on the color remnants remaining on this nearly 5,000 year old African statue.

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Photo 21 Sep 27 notes kemetic-dreams:

Kushite-Kemetic Spiritual Science
These are dignitaries. They are neither Kushite prisoners nor slaves. We have to stop believing everything our former enslavers tell us about ourselves. We have to look for ourselves and understand for ourselves. The Europeans and Arabs like to show us this picture because they know we listen to their explanation without looking carefully. BECAUSE WE DON’T KNOW OUR OWN CULTURE, WE DON’T RECOGNIZE WHAT IS ACTUALLY BEING DEPICTED. These Kushites in the Mausoleum of Viceroy Huy (1400 bc) represented the harmonious union of Kemet and Kush during the reign of Amenhotep III. 

The ornaments in the picture are African ornaments, not restraints. The Kemetyu restrained prisoners with hands behind the back, like anyone with common sense. As you can see, their hands are not attached to the white neck tie (which is not a restraint). They hold their hands like this only because they are wearing wrist blades. These wrist blades are standard for knights in Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya. You cannot walk around with others close to you with your hands down and wear these, you will cut someone. 

The two women in the background (if you look carefully you will see there are two and not one woman, one painted black the other reddish-brown) are holding children and babies. Even the European and Arab enslavers did not take baby slaves, what can you use them for? The only time you saw babies is if they were born on the plantation. The Kemetics, not only never had any slaves, but NEVER showed themselves imprisoning women, children, or babies. That would have been the highest offense to Ma’at. 

Some African Descendants will reject this accurate analysis because we are addicted to believing our history starts with enslavement. Afrakans, we have to use our own mind and stop letting our enemies interpret our art and history to tell us who we are, what we were, and where we are going. 

See truth for yourself.
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kemetic-dreams:

Kushite-Kemetic Spiritual Science
These are dignitaries. They are neither Kushite prisoners nor slaves. We have to stop believing everything our former enslavers tell us about ourselves. We have to look for ourselves and understand for ourselves. The Europeans and Arabs like to show us this picture because they know we listen to their explanation without looking carefully. BECAUSE WE DONโ€™T KNOW OUR OWN CULTURE, WE DONโ€™T RECOGNIZE WHAT IS ACTUALLY BEING DEPICTED. These Kushites in the Mausoleum of Viceroy Huy (1400 bc) represented the harmonious union of Kemet and Kush during the reign of Amenhotep III.

The ornaments in the picture are African ornaments, not restraints. The Kemetyu restrained prisoners with hands behind the back, like anyone with common sense. As you can see, their hands are not attached to the white neck tie (which is not a restraint). They hold their hands like this only because they are wearing wrist blades. These wrist blades are standard for knights in Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya. You cannot walk around with others close to you with your hands down and wear these, you will cut someone.

The two women in the background (if you look carefully you will see there are two and not one woman, one painted black the other reddish-brown) are holding children and babies. Even the European and Arab enslavers did not take baby slaves, what can you use them for? The only time you saw babies is if they were born on the plantation. The Kemetics, not only never had any slaves, but NEVER showed themselves imprisoning women, children, or babies. That would have been the highest offense to Maโ€™at.

Some African Descendants will reject this accurate analysis because we are addicted to believing our history starts with enslavement. Afrakans, we have to use our own mind and stop letting our enemies interpret our art and history to tell us who we are, what we were, and where we are going.

See truth for yourself.
Who are you!
http://shop.africanancestry.com/mobile/Product.aspx?ProductCode=MC001


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