Egyptian Queens Went From Black Goddesses To Arabian Sex Objects: Women’s History Month Edition
Did you know that 99.3% of Egyptian women have been sexually harassed? Yes, 99.3%, and 84% of them don’t feel safe in public, so what does that tell you? For starters, why is this going on and how long has this been going on? Being that it’s Women’s History Month, I figured that it would be a great idea to shed some light on why 43% of men in Egypt believe that women like and admire being sexually harassed. Believe it or not, Egypt was once an all-Black country and it was called Kemet (means: Land of the Blacks). Before it was divided and conquered for its gold mines, some of the women became pharaohs (four female pharaohs). Multiple women had sovereignty over different cities in the country and it was a matriarchal society during antiquity – the family name was carried by the females. The women also owned land dating as far back as 3000 BC. On the other side of the globe, when you fast forward to the nineteenth century in United States, this just started being possible. So what happened to ancient Egypt, arguably the greatest civilization on the planet?
According to the Library of Congress and the United Nations, the violence against women has been a major social and legal issue in Arabic Egypt for the last two decades. I called it Arabic Egypt due to the fact that the native inhabitants, ancient Black Egyptians, are no longer the dominant population or part of the dominant society – the Arabs are. Even the name of the land has been changed and is now called the Arab Republic of Egypt. As a matter of fact, the Black Africans are unjustly persecuted by the government; they are constant targets for public hate crimes, and are made to feel as if they’re a permanent underclass. Sounds like the brothers and sisters in the US ghettos. If the Arabian women are being mauled in public by men (adult males), then what do you think is happening to the beautiful black-skinned Queens?!
Moreover, the country has been the honeycomb for foreign invasions for thousands of years. The bread basket of many countries around the world, and all European nations [United States, England, Portugal, France plus South America to name few], the fall of the Black African Pharaohs allowed the flood of exploiters to have their way. There were too many foreign invasions and internal power struggles amongst the leaders to maintain control of Kemet, the land of milk and honey. As a matter of fact, Queen Cleopatra VII was the last ruler of African descent before Octavia invaded the country 30 BC. Today, Egypt also has a serious racism problem. The Black Africans are being targeted in hate crimes. Not to mention that the government and their Egyptologists are lightening up the color of the Ancient Egyptian paintings on the pyramid walls by painting the black-skinned (dark) people pale, as we speak. They’ve been doing this for years. It was first brought to my attention in 2013.
Furthermore, many of you are familiar with my book, 7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire, right?! Okay, now, throughout the book I referenced the work of many great scholars and historians: Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, Dr. Rosalind Jeffrey, Dr. Ishakamusa Barashango, Dr. Amos Wislon, and Dr. Cheikn Anta Diop, to name a few. These professors were and are heavyweights when it comes to Black History (get their books/watch their videos).
In regards to ancient African queens and why they were revered so highly, it will take another blog post or a book (like mine, lol) to explain. However, a better question is how does a society that praised and referred to women as “Mother Gods,” “Goddess,” “Queens of the Universe,” and “Mother Earth” transition to its current level of degradation? Easy, the ruling people of Egypt aren’t the original inhabitants. It’s so bad that women have their own train system in order to be separated from the demon possessed men. Hope I settled the controversy over whether or not the ancient Egyptians were Arabs because they weren’t; they were Black. Black, White, or Arabian, women shouldn’t have to fear for their life and divinity every time they step outside of their homes. Will The Real Men Stand Up?!
In conclusion, please, share this article on social media and with anyone in the press. Spread the love – spread the word so that the oppressors in Egypt and around the world will know that King Kevin Dorival is on the case! Thanks!!