Division of the Pharaonic Empire at Naré Mari’s time:
In the south, Nubia (Sudan-South Egypt), founding place of the Pharaonic civilization
In the middle, Upper Egypt, controlled by Africans
In the north, Lower Egypt, held by Whites from Asia
Note that present Ethiopia as well as Egypt was a province under the Pharaonic Empire whose central power was in historical Sudan. From Naré Mari, Egypt became gradually independent from Sudan always bearing in mind that she was her child and keeping privileged tight bonds with Sudan.
Those bonds made the Sudanese come to Egypt to save and rule her 2,700 years ago during the 25th dynasty of Sudanese Pharaohs.
Source: The destruction of Black Civilization, Chancellor Williams, page 63

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *