The Yes, They Were BLACK! Series* – Who was the Princess who Found Baby Moses?


Who was Pharaoh’s Daughter who found baby Moses and the Pharaoh during this event?
As the question is categorized under “Old Testament,” it should be noted that Scripture doesn’t provide her name, identifying her only as “Pharaoh’s daughter.” The account is found in Exodus 2.

Exodus 2
The Birth of Moses
2 Now a man of the tribe of Levi married a Levite woman, 2 and she became pregnant and gave birth to a son. When she saw that he was a fine child, she hid him for three months. 3 But when she could hide him no longer, she got a papyrus basket[a] for him and coated it with tar and pitch. Then she placed the child in it and put it among the reeds along the bank of the Nile. 4 His sister stood at a distance to see what would happen to him.

5 Then Pharaoh’s daughter went down to the Nile to bathe, and her attendants were walking along the riverbank. She saw the basket among the reeds and sent her female slave to get it. 6 She opened it and saw the baby. He was crying, and she felt sorry for him. “This is one of the Hebrew babies,” she said.

7 Then his sister asked Pharaoh’s daughter, “Shall I go and get one of the Hebrew women to nurse the baby for you?”

8 “Yes, go,” she answered. So the girl went and got the baby’s mother. 9 Pharaoh’s daughter said to her, “Take this baby and nurse him for me, and I will pay you.” So the woman took the baby and nursed him. 10 When the child grew older, she took him to Pharaoh’s daughter and he became her son. She named him Moses,[b] saying, “I drew him out of the water.”

So who was the Princess aka Pharaoh’s Daughter?
hatshepsut[Answer]: Hatshepsut! She was the Royal Princess who found Moses.

[Her Background]:
Hatshepsut was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. She is generally regarded by Egyptologists as one of the most successful pharaohs, reigning longer than any other woman of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty took him to Pharaoh’s daughter and he became her son. She named him  Moses,saying, “I drew him out of the water.”

Hatshepsut name means “foremost of noble women” in Egyptian. This was the name of a pharaoh of the 18th dynasty.

hatshepsut-hatbeard  Hatshepsut3The Kemet/Egyptian queen who reigned for 22 years, might have accidentally poisoned herself with skin lotion, according to a new study. Researchers have detected a highly carcinogenic substance in the dried contents of a cosmetic vial found among the female pharaoh’s possessions. One of ancient Egypt’s most powerful rulers, Hatshepsut is thought to have died of bone cancer in 1458 B.C.

Now here are folks in present day who want to recreate her skin moisturizer and perfume for sale.  The picture below is the actual flask that she used.


Who was the Pharaoh?
[Answer]: Tuthmosis I!

Birth name: Tuthmosis (“Born of the God Thoth”)
Throne name: Akheperkare (“Great is the soul of Re”)
Rule: 1524 – 1518 BC (3rd king of the 18th dynasty, New Kingdom)
Noteworthy relatives: Tuthmosis II (son), Hatshepsut (daughter)

Tutmosis I Tuthmosis was the king for only six years, but in that time he built a huge reputation as a mighty pharaoh. He led a legendary military expedition into Nubia, where he killed their chief in hand-to-hand combat. Legend says he returned to Egypt with the body of the chief hanging from his ship. Tuthmosis appointed a viceroy to manage Nubia and maintained a military presence there by building fortresses along the river.

He also wanted to serve up some revenge to the Hyksos for invading Egypt in the Second Intermediate Period, so he led an army all the way to the Euphrates River in Mesopotamia, taking out Hyksos tribes all along the way.



I know that I’m passing along some deep ish to those of you where “rebooting”  your brains, is hard. The knowledge is being passed to you in the hopes that you realize that what you’ve been told in his-story books, news media, your government and those who truly run this country, have been lies.
Serious injustices have been done by Europeans, white people,jews, arabs and others against the BLACK people of Kemet (egypt). Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Christians, the Catholic church, etc., all  have corrupted true names of Pharaohs, Kings, documents, knowledge, defaced statues to hide BLACK facial identity and the white washing of true BLACK images continues by white people who weren’t even around when BLACK people created and ruled. They have destroyed everything with murders, their diseases and other trickery they have up their selves.
These folks have no talent, no creativity, no morals. Ben Franklin stole from the ancient BLACK people of Kemet. He and others to imagery to create the U.S and this includes what is called the American Flag as the supposed symbolism for “freedom” when its not.
In terms of symbols, the colors red, white and blue of the US flag that symbolizes the American sign of global power and control are derived from:

1. The original ancient Kemetic/Egyptian Red Crown of the South. [called the Deshret. Has a uraeus (rearing cobra. Pharaohs of Lower Kemet (egypt), the desert Red Land and other areas wore them. Those who did: Heru (Horus), Wadjet and Neith.]

2. White Crown of the North. [called the Hedjet. Has a vulture. Pharaohs of Upper Egypt wore them and some who did: Heru (Horus) & Nekhbet]


3. The Blue Crown of War that symbolized the Masonic system of governance, communal way of life and being as a result of the unification of Upper and Lower Kemet/Egypt by Pharaoh Narmer in 3200 B.C. [called a Khepresh, the blue crown or war crown. It also has a uraeus]



Now you know where the Red, White & Blue came from!!!!!!! The ideas of “government of the people, by the people and for the people” also came out of this ancient BLACK KEMET system and not from the thought process of President Thomas Jefferson. These original ideas/ideals came out of the system of governance and decision-making called Afrikan Communalism in ancient Kemet.






Imhotep, a BLACK man – lived in Kemet (egypt) during the 26th century, BC. He’s considered the first Renaissance Man, or more commonly, a scientific “jack of all trades”. He was employed by one of the earliest pharaohs of ancient Egypt, one King Djoser. Imhotep was a Atlantean and I believe there is a link between ancient Kemet and Atlantis.

Imhotep is the founder of medicine. He was the author of a medical treatise remarkable for being devoid of magical thinking; the so-called Edwin Smith papyrus containing containing anatomical observations, ailments, and cures. The surviving papyrus was probably written around 1700 BC but may be a copy of texts a thousand years older. However, this attribution of authorship is speculative. The Papyrus can be viewed at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in New York. The 48 cases contained within the Surgical Papyrus concern:

27 head injuries (cases #1-27)
6 throat and neck injuries (cases #28-33)
2 injuries to the clavicle (collarbone) (cases #34-35)
3 injuries to the arm (cases #36-38)
8 injuries to the sternum (breastbone) and ribs (cases #39-44)
1 tumour and 1 abscess of the breast (cases #45-46)
1 injury to the shoulder (case #47)
1 injury to the spine (case #48)


Descriptions of Imhotep:


His priestly wisdom, in magic, in the formulation of wise proverbs; in medicine and architecture; this remarkable figure of King Zoser’s reign left so notable a reputation that his name was never forgotten. He was the patron spirit of the later scribes, to whom they regularly poured out a libation from the water-jug of their writing outfit before beginning their work.”

‘Imhotep extracted medicine from plants.’
‘Imhotep was portrayed as a priest with a shaven head, seated and holding a papyrus roll. Occasionally he was shown clothed in the archaic costume of a priest.’
‘Of the details of his life, very little has survived though numerous statues and statuettes of him have been found. Some show him as an ordinary man who is dressed in plain attire. Others show him as a sage who is seated on a chair with a roll of papyrus on his knees or under his arm. Later, his statuettes show him with a god like beard, standing, and carrying the ankh and a scepter.’
He is represented seated with a papyrus scroll across his knees, wearing a skullcap and a long linen kilt. We can interpret the papyrus as suggesting the sources of knowledge kept by scribes in the “House of Life”. The headgear identifies Imhotep with Ptah, and his priestly linen garment symbolizes his religious purity.’
imhotep 2 statuesTwo thousand years after his death, Imhotep’s status was raised to that of a deity of medicine and healing. He was identified or confused with Thoth, the god of architecture, mathematics, medicine and patron of the scribes, having Imhotep’s cult merging with that of his former tutelary god. Taking this into consideration, he was thus associated with Amenhotep son of Hapu who was another deified architect, in the region of Thebes where they were worshipped as “brothers” in temples dedicated to Thot and later in Hermopolis following the syncretist concept of Hermes-Thot, a concept that led to another syncretic belief, that of Hermes Trismegistus and hermeticism. Imhotep was also linked to Asklepios by the Greeks.

The Upper Egyptian Famine Stela, dating from the Ptolemaic period, bears an inscription containing a legend about a famine of seven years during the reign of Djoser. Imhotep is credited with having been instrumental in ending it. One of his priests explained the connection between the god Khnum and the rise of the Nile to the King, who then had a dream in which the Nile god spoke to him, promising to end the drought.

These dreams are another factor which has lead some scholars to associate Imhotep with the Biblical figure of Joseph. Please tell me you understand this!

The full list of IMHOTEP titles: Chancellor of the King of Egypt, Doctor, First in line after the King of Upper Egypt, Administrator of the Great Palace, Hereditary nobleman, High Priest of Heliopolis, Builder, Chief Carpenter, Chief Sculptor, and Maker of Vases in Chief.

***And even with all this, there is still evidence to be found about Imhotep and his deeds, some 3,000 years after he lived. Imhotep also gave the world the first book about religion 2500 years before Ptolemy II wrote the first bible in Alexandria.

Much respect, IMHOTEP~ For he is the great son of Ptah and Cheredu-anch, his mother.





The ancient BLACK African’s of Kemet (egypt) were NOT going to tell everything. Especially, when the Kheftiu (white people) were encroaching on sacred land about to destroy everything and steal everything.
Since in antiquity, there were no cellphones (that we know about), the Kemetics created statues and reliefs to show them in their essence. When it comes to who started this world and it has been proven (even with white validation from people who lived during that time) that it was Black people, white people, researchers, egyptologist, the news media, etc., all get facial recognition blindness when the topic surfaces but can do racial profiling at the drop of hat on a black person driving a nice car.
So again, are these people white?



 So please, give my people respect due!





Africans and Black people are hardly ever given credit in mainstream media outlets, standard textbooks, his-story books, etc., nonetheless, African wisdom contributed tremendously towards the development of modern day medicine. For example, in Western Africa during the Songhai Empire when Europe was still in its Dark Ages around 1457 AD, the city of Jeanne had a medical school which employed hundreds of teachers and was well-known internationally for training surgeons in difficult operations like cataract surgery. They taught the pharmacological use of over one thousand animal and plant products for the treatment of medical illnesses!


Many of these same medicines in liquid or pill forms are still used today like castor seeds which were used for constipation, and castor oil which is still used today. Kaolin, used for diarrhea, is still used today in kaopectate, and Ox liver, rich in vitamin “A” was used to treat night blindness caused by a deficiency of vitamin “A”. Onions, which have a high vitamin C content, were used to treat a Vitamin “C” deficiency. Was credit given to Blacks in West Africa, hell no!

The ancient people of Kemet (egyptians), who far exceeded the rest of the ancient world in medical knowledge, knew much about antibiotic penicillin and its therapeutic properties. The presence of the antibiotic tetracycline however, appears only in the bones of farmers from northern Sudan about 1500 years ago, who discovered that streptomyces molds easily produce tetracycline on stored grain and purposefully used tetracycline to treat infections. No evidence exists to indicate that the tetracycline antibiotic, which was not rediscovered until the twentieth century, has been used anywhere else in the world.



About half of the modern pharmacological medicines are derived from traditional African medicinal herbs. The Yoruba of Nigeria used the plant Rauwolfia vomitoria as a sedative to calm agitated or psychotic patients, and modern medicine has been able to isolate a substance called Reserpine which can also lower blood pressure from this same plant, and market it for the same purpose.


ImageAround 1721 in America, Onesimus, an African slave taught his master an age old African technique used to inoculate smallpox where a pustule from an infected person was broken with a thorn and then used to puncture the skin of a healthy person. Subsequently, during a smallpox epidemic in the Boston, MA area, 241 healthy people were inoculated using this African technique, and only six contracted smallpox. During the American Revolutionary War, George Washington had inoculated his entire army against smallpox using this African procedure, which was only modified in the 1790’s by Dr. Edward Jenner who altered the African smallpox inoculation technique simply by using a less hazardous type of smallpox germ. White folks still don’t realize the power of black minds!


In Europe, as recently as 1880 AD, the mortality rate was about one hundred percent for mothers delivering babies by caesarian section, a technique that was only used to save the life of the infant. However, Dr. R. W. Felkin shocked the European medical community when in the Edinburgh Medical Journal of 1884, he published that the Banyoro surgeons in Uganda routinely performed caesarian sections without any harmful effects to the mother or the child.


A group of European surgeons then went to study in Uganda for six months before successfully learning the advanced surgical techniques that were common place for the Africans. The European surgeons were also taught sophisticated concepts of anesthesia and antisepsis such as the routinely washing of their hands and the mother’s abdomen with alcohol prior to surgery, so as to prevent infection.


This should tell you something about the plight and contributions of Black people in the world. Many of these deeds go uncredited, respected and aren’t discussed. Mainly, because those who truly run this world do not want you to know the truth. But the fight for respect and recognition continues….




The YES! They Were BLACK Series – IMHOTEP and the Pharmaceutial RX Sign


Today’s Proof of BLACKNESS:  IMHOTEP and the Origin of the RX Sign.


Many of you taking prescription drugs or some on you in passing during your distractions of the day have seen the “RX” sign. When asked about this sign, many of have no idea where it came from or you feel it is something Doctors and the Pharmaceutical giants created. Well its NOT. This is another piece of black history creation that was stolen out of Kemet (ancient egypt).

Now think about this. The folks say that everything from the Ancient Black people of Kemet was a myth. It is a myth (which its not!), why do the folks keep stealing the essence of black creation? Why did they create their own signs?

ImageThe folks who stole from Kemet, preface all prescriptions with the Rx sign, which is traceable to the (what they call a Pagan sign) for Jupiter when it is a sign for Jupiter, and was used as an invocation to the gods by the Chaldean physicians when writing their prescriptions thousands of years ago.

This is one of the symbols that links pharmacy practice today to ancient mythology, and which appears on every prescription that you too will handle.  The Rx can take many forms, but they all basically have the same intent.
The most popular interpretation is that it could have derived from the ancient Egyptian eye symbol, the Eye of Heru (Horus), the falcon god of lower Kemet (egypt) who had his left eye torn out in the fight with his uncle SETEKH (his real name by the way but you know him with the Greek name change to Set). Heru (Horus) was avenging his father’s death (his father was Ausar – again you know him by the Greek name change to Osiris) at the hands of Setekh (Set).
ImageEach piece of the eye symbol represents a fraction, and these pieces were used when specifying the quantities of ingredients in a prescription, and when the pieces are put together we get the prescribing sign Rx. [Read this again for you folks with delicate sensibilities (scared) who fear the left eye!]

P.S. We will talk about the medical techniques, medicines and procedures also smurfed from Kemet in a later post.


The YES! They Were BLACK Series – Mansa Musa I – The Richest African (BLACK) King to ever Live!




Here’s something you will ever ever see on mainstream white media. They still try to act like separating the adjectives “African” and “Black” because perceive that some black people are morons who don’t know the difference and to not upset white people who they feel are to rein supreme over anything of black color.


Mansa Musa I was worth an estimated $400 billion in the 14th century

RICHES: Depiction of Mansa Musa I of Mali

AN ANCIENT African King has been named the ‘richest person to ever live’ with an estimated worth of $400 billion.

Mansa Musa I of Mali, who ruled West Africa’s Malian Empire in the early 1300s, topped the list compiled by website Celebrity Net Worth which was adjusted to reflect inflation.

The chart ranks the world’s 24 richest people of all time.

Musa made his fortune by trading salt and gold production from his empire that included Timbuktu, Ghana and Mali.

The 14th Century king and reported devout Muslim also built many mosques which still stand today.


Second on the list is the Rothschild family whose banking dynasty in the late 18th Century accumulated a total wealth of $350 billion.

Full list:

1. Mansa Musa I, (Ruler of Malian Empire, 1280-1331) $400 billion

2. Rothschild Family (banking dynasty, 1740- ) $350 billion

3. John D Rockefeller (industrialist, 1839-1937) $340 billion

4. Andrew Carnegie (industrialist, 1835-1919) $310 billion

5. Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (last Emperor of Russia, 1868-1918) $300 billion

6. Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII (last ruler of Hyderabad, 1886-1967) $236 billion

7. William the Conqueror (King of England, 1028-1087) $229.5 billion

8. Muammar Gaddafi (former Libyan leader, 1942-2011) $200 billion

9. Henry Ford (Ford Motor Company founder, 1863-1947) $199 billion

10. Cornelius Vanderbilt (industrialist, 1794-1877) $185 billion

11. Alan Rufus (Fighting companion of William the Conqueror, 1040-1093) $178.65

12. Bill Gates (Founder of Microsoft, 1955- ) $136 billion

13. William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey (Norman nobleman, ??-1088) $146.13 billion

14. John Jacob Astor (businessman, 1864-1912) $121 billion

15. Richard Fitzalan, 10th Earl of Arundel (English nobleman, 1306-1376) £118.6 billion

16. John of Gaunt (son of Edward III, 1330-1399) £110 billion

17. Stephen Girard (shipping and banking mogul, 1750-1831) $105 billion

18. Alexander Turney Stewart (entrepreneur, 1803-1876) $90 billion

19. Henry, 1st Duke of Lancaster (English noble, 1310-1361) $85.1 billion

20. Friedrich Weyerhaeuser (timber mogul, 1834-1914) $80 billion

21. Jay Gould (railroad tycoon, 1836-1892) $71 billion

20. Carlos Slim (business magnate, 1940- ) $68 billion

21. Stephen Van Rensselaer (land owner, 1764- 1839) $68 billion

22. Marshall Field (Marshall Field & Company founder, 1834-1906) $66 billion

23. Sam Walton (Walmart founder, 1918-1992) $65billion

24. Warren Buffett (investor, 1930- ) $64billion

ImageAgain, the Richest Ancient Africa (BLACK) ever!  Mansa Musa I  (besides the Pharaohs of Ancient Kemet!




Today’s Proof of BLACKNESS: AMENEMOPE – THE SON OF KANAKHT (who was an Author).

Here is more stolen text from Kemet created by Black people. It is called The Proverbs of Amenemope. All many have heard of “Proverbs” right? Well this document somehow found it’s way into the bible and of course was rewritten.
Amenemope (1100 BCE) the son of Kanakht (Kanacht) is the ostensible author of the “Instruction of Amenemope, an Egyptian wisdom text written in the Ramesside Period. He is portrayed as a scribe and sage who lived in Kemet (egypt) during the late 19th Dynasty of the New Kingdom and resided in Akhmim (ancient Egyptian Ipu, Greek Panopolis), the capital of the ninth nome of Upper Egypt  His discourses are presented in the traditional form of instructions from father to son on how to live a good and moral life, but (unlike most such texts) they are explicitly organized into 30 numbered chapters.

Amenemope pharoahUnique at best, they ended up in other cultures including the Babylonia and Israel and of course in the biblical books of Proverbs, Sirach and Ecclesiastes. And remember word “egypt” did not come into play until it was sacked by the Greeks, so it was Kemet!