DNA of the Pharaoh Ramses III

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The researchers say that there was probably a pulse of sub-Saharan African DNA into Egypt roughly 700 years ago. The mixing of ancient Egyptians and Africans from further south means that modern Egyptians can trace 8% more of their ancestry to sub-Saharan Africans than can the mummies from Abusir el-Meleq.

https://www.nature.com/news/mummy-dna-unravels-ancient-egyptians-ancestry-1.22069

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A 2012 study done on the mummified remains of Ramesses III and his son determined that both y-chromosomes belonged to Haplogroup E1b1a (Y-DNA). The pharaoh’s y-chromosome belongs to the most frequent haplogroup among contemporary Sub-Saharan y-chromosomes.[22] -Wikipedia

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The pictures above are of the Pharoah skeleton and modern lookalikes.

Below is a collage of East Africans, descendants of the Pharoahs by blood look at the similarity and bone structure. The Afro Asiatic nation. In West Africa they are the Housa, Fula, Fulani to name a few.  When they find the mummies of these ancestors some make claims that they are Caucasian no the Caucasians came from them. These East Africans like Ramses III are part of the Subsaharan Nilotic Afro Asiatic race.

 

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The Afroasiatic family (Afro-Asiatic), also known as Afrasian and traditionally as Hamito-Semitic (Chamito-Semitic),[3] is a large language family of about 300 languages and dialects.[4] It includes languages spoken predominantly in West AsiaNorth Africa, the Horn of Africa and parts of the Sahel.

 

The above shows exactly what is proven by the bible and the people of Africa. The Afro Asiatic race is a mix of Ham and Shem. They are African and Asian and originated in Africa before Israel was cut off as the middle east. Hamito-Semitic (Chamito-Semitic), Israel was and is North Africa. The Suez  Canal is man made to separate the land from Africa.  

Read more: http://newsrescue.com/dna-evidence-on-egyptian-pharaohs-ramses-iii-a-sub-saharan-african-black/#ixzz56AIebP5a

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Haplogroup E-V38 is a human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup. It is primarily distributed in Africa. E-V38 has two basal branches, E-M329 (formerly E1b1c) and E-M2 (formerly E1b1a). The E-M329 subclade is today almost exclusively found in Ethiopia. E-M2 is the predominant subclade in Western AfricaCentral AfricaSouthern Africa and the African Great Lakes, and occurs at moderate frequencies in North Africa and Middle East. E-M2 has several subclades, but many of these subhaplogroups are included in either E-L485 or E-U175.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_E-V38

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Below Tutsi Jews and King Tutankhamun

 

 

 

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The Semitic languages[2][3] are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family originating in the Middle East.

Semite
noun
  1. a member of any of the peoples who speak or spoke a Semitic language, including in particular the Jews and Arabs.
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    Hebrew
    ˈhiːbruː/
    noun
    noun: Hebrew; plural noun: Hebrews
    1. 1.
      a member of an ancient people living in what is now Israel and Palestine and, according to biblical tradition, descended from the patriarch Jacob, grandson of Abraham. After the Exodus (c.1300 BC) they established the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, and their scriptures and traditions form the basis of the Jewish religion.
      • datedoffensive
        a Jew.
    2. 2.
      the Semitic language spoken by the Hebrews, in its ancient or modern form.
    adjective
    adjective: Hebrew
    1. 1.
      of or in Hebrew.
    2. 2.
      of the Hebrews or the Jews.
    Origin
    from Old French Ebreu, via Latin from late Greek Hebraios, from Aramaic ‘iḇray, based on Hebrew ‘iḇrî understood to mean ‘one from the other side (of the river)’.

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    Jew

    noun

    1.

    one of a scattered group of people that traces its descent from the Biblical Hebrews or from post exilicadherents of Judaism; Israelite.

    2.

    a person whose religion is Judaism.

    3.

    a subject of the ancient kingdom of Judah.

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    There was a mix of cultures in Egypt

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A Description of the Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) Language FamilyCory D. Crawford
Linguistics 450
Dr. HallenIn contrast to the Indo-European Language Family, about which much research has been done over the past two centuries, relatively little is known about the former Hamito-Semitic Language Family, now known as the Afro-Asiatic Family. (While much research has been accomplished with the Semitic Languages because of Arabic and Hebraic religious ties, little has been done with the Afro-Asiatic family as a whole.) This paper will describe this language family as is current with modern scholarly thought, and will also acknowledge current research having to do with the Afro-Asiatic Family.This family spreads itself over the northern third of Africa and into western Asia (also known as the Near East), and 175 million people speak languages that belong to this family (Ruhlen 1987:86). It is thought to be the parent of at least 250 languages (Bomhard and Kearns 1994:24). The name Hamito-Semitic was applied to describe the two main phyla (Hamitic and Semitic) that philologists of African languages connected in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Hamitic branch included Ancient Egyptian (an extinct language known as Coptic in its final stages), Berber, and Cushitic, while the Semitic branch included the well-documented Arabic, Hebrew, and Akkadian. (More will be said about these phyla shortly.) In 1949 American linguist Joseph H. Greenberg drew different lines in Afro-Asiatic classification. He showed that the Hamitic languages did not bear enough resemblance to be classified as one subgroup, but that each of the three (Egyptian, Berber, and Cushitic) constituted its own subgroup. Thus the name ‘Hamitic’ was no longer valid and possibly racist (Ruhlen 1987:82). He therefore coined “Afro-Asiatic” as the name for this family. It included the six groups Ancient Egyptian, Omotic, Cushitic, Semitic, Berber, and Chadic, found on the following map:

Fig. 1 Afro-Asiatic Language Family. Adapted from Ruhlen 1987.

Bomhard postulates that from Proto-Afroasiatic (henceforth PAA), Chadic was the first to break off. Omotic and Cushitic followed the example and split together, as did Egyptian, Berber, and Semitic in another group. Next, Egyptian followed by Berber split from the Semitic languages (Bomhard and Kearns 1994:24). Before we seek to describe each subgroup, we will describe their mother, PAA.

http://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/Ling450ch/reports/afro-asiatic.html

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Consider Ramses bloodline a mix of Hamitic and Semetic Africans. African and Middle Eastern blood.

Arab

1.

a member of a Semitic people inhabiting Arabia andother  countries of the Middle East.

2.

a member of any Arabic-speaking people.
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                    See the below images of Arab descendants.

 

 

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The above mixed with the below

 

 

Creating the different sects of the Afro Asiatic family

 

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Some Africans such as the Bantu and Khoisan carry Asian genes developed in Africa. The people then migrated out of Africa to the East.

Somalian results below North African Bantu and Middle Eastern mix

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Bantu peoples is used as a general label for the 300–600 ethnic groups in Africa who speak Bantu languages.[1] They inhabit a geographical area stretching east and southward from Central Africa across the African Great Lakes region down to Southern Africa.[1] Bantu is a major branch of the Niger–Congo language family spoken by most populations in Africa. There are about 650 Bantu languages by the criterion of mutual intelligibility,[2] though the distinction between language and dialect is often unclear, and Ethnologue counts 535 languages.[3] Bantu peoples is used as a general label for the 300–600 ethnic groups in Africa who speakBantu languages.[1] They inhabit a geographical area stretching east and southward from Central Africa across the African Great Lakes region down to Southern Africa.[1] Bantu is a major branch of the Niger–Congo language family spoken by most populations in Africa. There are about 650 Bantu languages by the criterion of mutual intelligibility,[2] though the distinction between language and dialect is often unclear, and Ethnologue counts 535 languages.[3]

Around 3,000 years ago, speakers of the Proto-Bantu language group began a millennia-long series of migrations eastward from their homeland between West Africa and Central Africa, at the border of eastern Nigeria and Cameroon.[4] This Bantu expansion first introduced Bantu peoples to central, southern and southeastern Africa, regions they had previously been absent from. The proto-Bantu migrants in the process assimilated and/or displaced a number of earlier inhabitants that they came across, such as Pygmy and Khoisan populations in the centre and south, respectively. They also encountered some Afro-Asiatic outlier groups in the southeast who had been there for centuries, having migrated from Northeast Africa.[5][6]Around 3,000 years ago, speakers of the Proto-Bantu language group began a millennia-long series of migrations eastward from their homeland between West Africa and Central Africa, at the border of eastern Nigeria and Cameroon.[4] This Bantu expansion first introduced Bantu peoples to central, southern and southeastern Africa, regions they had previously been absent from. The proto-Bantu migrants in the process assimilated and/or displaced a number of earlier inhabitants that they came across, such as Pygmy and Khoisan populations in the centre and south, respectively. They also encountered some Afro-Asiatic outlier groups in the southeast who had been there for centuries, having migrated fromNortheast Africa.[5][6]

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In the above picture lines 1 & 2  are clearly East Africans Semetic. Pictures 7 8 9 are West African and would have been classed as non Semetic as their religions were possibly ancestor worship or other polytheistic religions. 3 & 7  are possible Semetic West Africans from Ghanian and Congo region. 9 possibly a Bantu descendant. My opinion based on various categorisations of 17th-19th Century literature. The above picture states that the non Semetic African Negroes are improperly called Bantu.  Bantu migrated from West Africa and this could be the reason why they had been in incorrectly all named Bantu from the West African region.  There are some descendants of Bantu in West Africa. The Bantu are clear about their migrations through West African and modern Sudan to South Africa.

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Above  East Africans & West Africans.
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Human origins & migrations

You’ve probably heard the claim that Africa is ‘the birthplace of humanity’. But before there were humans, or even apes, or even ape ancestors, there was…rock. Africa is the oldest and most enduring landmass in the world. When you stand on African soil, 97% of what’s under your feet has been in place for more than 300 million years. During that time, Africa has seen pretty much everything – from proto-bacteria to dinosaurs and finally, around five to 10 million years ago, a special kind of ape called Australopithecines, that branched off (or rather let go of the branch), and walked on two legs down a separate evolutionary track.

This radical move led to the development of various hairy, dim-witted hominids (early men) – Homo habilis around 2.4 million years ago, Homo erectus some 1.8 million years ago and finally Homo sapiens (modern humans) around 200,000 years ago. Around 50,000 years later, somewhere in Tanzania or Ethiopia, a woman was born who has become known as ‘mitochondrial Eve’. We don’t know what she looked like, or how she lived her life, but we do know that every single human being alive today (yup, that’s EVERYONE) is descended from her. So at a deep genetic level, we’re all still Africans.

The break from Africa into the wider world occurred around 100,000 years ago, when a group numbering perhaps as few as 50 people migrated out of North Africa, along the shores of the Mediterranean and into the Middle East. From this inauspicious start came a population that would one day cover almost every landmass on the globe.

Around the time that people were first venturing outside the continent, hunting and gathering was still the lifestyle of choice; humans lived in communities that rarely exceeded a couple of hundred individuals, and social bonds were formed to enable these small bands of people to share food resources and hunt co-operatively. With the evolution of language, these bonds blossomed into the beginnings of society and culture as we know it today.

The first moves away from the nomadic hunter–gatherer way of life came between 14,000 BC and 9500 BC, a time when rainfall was high and the Sahara and North Africa became verdant. It was in these green and pleasant lands that the first farmers were born, and mankind learned to cultivate crops rather than following prey animals from place to place.

By 2500 BC the rains began to fail and the sandy barrier between North and West Africa became the Sahara we know today. People began to move southwest into the rainforests of Central Africa. By this time a group of people speaking the same kind of languages had come to dominate the landscape in Africa south of the Sahara. Known as the Bantu, their populations grew as they discovered iron-smelting technology and developed new agricultural techniques. By 100 BC, Bantu peoples had reached East Africa; by AD 300 they were living in southern Africa, and the age of the African empires had begun.

https://www.lonelyplanet.com/

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Recent research published in the October 2017 issue of American Journal of Human Genetics found that genomes of modern human groups originating outside Africa contain between 1.8 and 2.6 percent Neanderthal DNA. “Neandertal DNA is one source of variation for many traits in modern humans,” study lead author Michael Dannemann, a computational biologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, told Live Science. [Your Hair Color and Sleep Habits May Come from Neanderthals]

Another 2017 study by author Kay Prüfer, a paleogeneticist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, found that modern-human DNA entered the Neanderthal gene pool between 130,000 and 145,000 years ago. [You May Be More ‘Neanderthal’ Than You Thought]

 

Neanderthals lived during the Ice Age. They often took shelter from the ice, snow and otherwise unpleasant weather in Eurasia’s plentiful limestone caves. Many of their fossils have been found in caves, leading to the popular idea of them as “cave men.”

Like other humans, Neanderthals originated in Africa but migrated to Eurasia long before other humans did. Neanderthals lived across Eurasia, as far north and west as the Britain, through part of the Middle East, to Uzbekistan. Popular estimates put the peak Neanderthal population around 70,000, though some scientists put the number drastically lower, at around 3,500 females.

https://www.livescience.com/28036-neanderthals-facts-about-our-extinct-human-relatives.html

 

Now some try to claim North and East African and Middle Eastern people are a Caucasian race and the Egyptians were white. No! The first humans were black. The European looking Egyptians arrived later. Those ancient white Egyptian bodies that have been found are from the descendants of African’s who left black and populated the world some mixing with neanderthals and moving to cold countries. When the Asyrians Turks, Romans entered or re entered Egypt they returned caucasian and are not the original inhabitants of the land. The first people to populate the Mediteranian and America’s were black.  Civilisation started in Africa and Egypt was part of Afri Ka. Africa is the Spirit of the blacks. The black land has been targeted due to the wisdom and knowledge within it. The world refuses to admit that black people, the first on earth, could possibly create all that they did. Some would prefer to think Caucasians or Aliens made the Pyramids than to admit that it was Africans in their own land.

 

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