The Yes, They Were BLACK! Series* – Goddess Serqet


Look at that beautiful face and it’s pure symmetry.

serqet1The Goddess Serqet is usually represented as a woman wearing a scorpion-like animal on her head. Contrary, however, to popular beliefs, she was originally associated with the so-called water-scorpion, an aquatic animal that physically resembles but bears no relation to the real scorpion. Only through a (graphical) assimilation between the water-scorpion and the real scorpion in the 19th Dynasty, she would become associated with the real scorpion.

Her name means “the one that allows/causes breathing”. Sometimes she is also called Serqet-Hetu, “the one that allows/causes the throats to breathe”. There is no etymological link between her name and any known Ancient Egyptian word that means “scorpion”. The connection that is sometimes supposed between Serqet and the late Pre-Dynastic king known as ‘Scorpion’ and the reading of that king’s name as Sereq are therefore wrong.

The earliest known source to mention this ancient goddess is the funerary stela found in the 1st Dynasty tomb at Saqqara of Merka. She is also mentioned in some spells of the Pyramid Texts, where she is sometimes given the epithet “mistress of the beautiful house”, a reference to her role in the process of mummification.

Together with Isis, Nephthys and Neith, she is one of the four goddesses who protect the children of Horus, which, in turn, guard the mummified organs of the deceased that were placed in the canopic jars. As such, Serqet is associated with Qebehsenuf, who was responsible for protecting the intestines. A particularly lovely, gilded statue of Serqet was found stretching her arms protectively around the chest that contained the canopic set of Tutankhamun. Her protective powers over Qebehsenuf are repeated through a relief representation on the corner of that same king’s canopic chest. As a protector of the dead, she is also represented on one of the four corners of Tutankhamun’s stone sarcophagus.

Her protective powers are also invoked in the Coffin Texts, the 7th hour of the Amduat and the 10th region of the Book of Gates. In the latter two, she is particularly shown as the enemy of the demon-serpent Apophis, the archenemy of Re who tries to halt the progress of the solar-bark through the underworld. By extension, Serqet was considered to have power over all snakes, reptiles and poisonous animals, in particular over the poisonous bites and stings of animals. Her name, “the one that causes/allows breathing (for the throat)” is a reference to her healing-powers: she healed the asphyxiation caused by some animals’ poisons. She was a healing goddess and as such she was the patron of doctors.

SerqetHer realm thus not being limited to the world of the dead, she was part of the Heb-Sed, where she occurs as a water-scorpion carried around by her own priests. In the birth legends of both Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari and Amenhotep III at Luxor, she is shown accompanied by Neith, assisting in the royal birth.

Because of her protective powers and her association with royalty, but also because of a legend which shows Isis as having power over scorpions and because of them both having magical powers over poisonous animals, Serqet, like so many other goddesses, would become associated with Isis in the later stages of the Ancient Kemet/Egyptian history.



The Yes, They Were BLACK! Series* – Pharaoh Awybre Hor


Pharaoh Awybre Hor

Pharaoh of Kemet/Egypt
Reign:   7 months ca. 1760 BC, 13th Dynasty
Predecessor:   Renseneb
Successor:     Sedjefakare
Children:   Nubhetepti-khered
Burial:    shaft tomb at Dahshur

Pharaoh Hor was an Egyptian king of the 13th Dynasty. He appears in the Turin King List as Au-ib-Ra. He most likely reigned only for a short time, not long enough to prepare a pyramid, which was in this dynasty still the common burial place for kings.

Ka_Statue_of_horawibraAs far as is known, Pharaoh Hor seems to have been an ephemeral ruler, not least because his reign seems to have been notably short. He nevertheless bequeathed to posterity one of the most frequently reproduced examples of Ancient Egyptian art.

This is one of the best-preserved and most accomplished wooden statues to survive from antiquity, and illustrates an artistic genre that must once have been common in Egyptian art, but has rarely survived in such good condition.

Pharaoh Hor is believed to have had a reign of only seven months around the year 1760 BC. This short period corresponds very well to the archaeological remains, since he will not have had time to commission a substantial tomb.

Pharaoh Hor is mainly known from his burial in a shaft tomb found at Dahshur next to the pyramid of king Amenemhat III. The tomb was found essentially intact and still contained the partly gilded wooden coffin of the king, a naos with a statue, some jewelry, the canopic box with canopic vessels, two inscribed stelae and several other objects.

Next to the burial of the Pharaoh Hor was found the undisturbed tomb of the ‘king’s daughter’ Nubhetepti-khered. She was likely a daughter of King Hor or otherwise a daughter of Amenemhat III.


The Yes, They Were BLACK! Series* – Queen Tiye


Queen Tiye was the Chief Queen of Amenhotep III. She was also the daughter of Tjuyu and Yuya and the mother of Akhenaten. She was considered to be the matriarch of the Amarna family.

queen tiye34Tiye (c. 1398 BC – 1338 BC, also spelled Taia, Tiy and Tiyi) was the daughter of Yuya and Tjuyu (also spelled Thuyu). She became the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhopet III.

Queen Tiye didn’t necessarily accomplish any momentous feat; rather she held a strong position in political life in Egypt. Her personality matched with her marriage to Amenhotep III induced her political strength which she used to benefit the empire.

No one knows how queen Tiye died. Some conspirators + Tiye wanted to kill the king (Ramesses III) to make Tiye’s son (Pentawer) king instead.

But the the conspirators were caught and were sent to trial, and were forced to commit suicide, all except for Queen Tiye.

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The Yes, They Were BLACK! Series* – Amenhotep III


The spirits which remain over what was Kemet now known as egypt, are not happy. Which is why egypt is going through great turmoil. Mainly because the truth is being suppressed and many of the people are Arabs and not the true ancestors of those from antiquity. This folks are definitely perpetrating a fraud for trying to silence the Kemetics as they scream they’re BLACK and concealing their other secrets!

The world is currently in the Age of Aquarius, the age of truth and enlightenment. Which means the truth about things is slowing coming out. There are forces in egypt and the rest of the world, who just keep the lies, misinformation and deception going especially about the true origins of the ancient people of Kemet or as you know it, egypt. My goal is to point out the obvious, that the ancient civilization of Kemet (egypt) were BLACK and to remind folks that what you know as egypt has been and still is in Africa.

Pharaoh Amenhotep III

Amenhotep III paintingComing from the 18th dynasty and being the ninth pharaoh to rule during this period, Amenhotep III uplifted Egypt. In addition, he would father a son who would shake Egypt’s foundation and that son would later be referred to as Akhenaten. During Amenhotep III’s reign, which would come to be known as a period of peace and abundance, many structures were constructed that still stand today. Amenhotep III was known as the pharaoh that beautified Egypt.

[Family]: Being born to Queen Mutemwiya and the pharaoh Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III was given the throne at the age of twelve and remained pharaoh until the rightful age of 50. Like most pharaohs, he also had many wives. It was believed that he had 317 wives — all which were well taken care of and were acquired through dowries. His favorite wife, Queen Tiy (or sometimes written as Queen Tiye), was married to him at the young age of 11 or 12. To honor her he built a temple dedicated to her. She was the first women to be given official acts and was believed to be very intelligent. Together they had a son named Amenhotep IV, who later changed his reign

Amenhotep III wearing a blue crownAmenhotep III ruled at a time when Egypt was in no great danger. Times were prosperous due to trading and when production and life along the Nile River had flourished. Unlike other pharaohs, conquering other kingdoms was not an issue. Construction was the main focus since times were abundant and no real great danger was evident. He enlarged many cities and constructed many temples. He built the temple Malkata located on the western shores of Thebes and the southern part of Medinet Habu. This site was dedicated to housing and also official chambers. His greatest and most famous structure was the Temple of Amun (modern day Luxor), which is known by its ruins and remains a popular tourist attraction today.

Managing to keep the throne for a long 39 years, Amenhotep III died of an unknown disease. He died at the age of 50. He left behind his favorite wife, Queen Tiye who would later move with her son Akhenaten as well as many other wives. Although not known for war or conquering, he left behind great monuments and temples and grand statues that would begin to tell of an upcoming change — the Amarna Period.

Amenhotep III with queen tiye

Jollis and Devilliers (French Engineers from Napoleon Bonaparte’s expedition) discovered Amenhotep III’s tomb in August 1799. They charted and logged their findings. Today the tomb is known as KV22 and is located in the Valley of the Kings. The tomb was found empty and the walls badly destroyed due to salt and exposure to the elements. Restoration is underway in the hopes that the tomb can be returned to a suitable condition. It’s believed the mummy of Amenhotep III was found in the royal cache. The royal cache was located in a cut tomb near Deir El Bahri, Hatshepsut’s temple, and was hidden by priests. That tomb was discovered in 1881 by the Abd-er-Rassul brothers.


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.

The Yes, They Were BLACK! Series* – Worshipping A Big Black Penis! Osiris


Okay, get ready because this one is going to truly be deep and yet it’s true. Your founding fathers ripped ideas, secret societies, technologies, rituals, art, literature, medical and symbolism from the Black Africans of Kemet (ancient egypt). And yes, they were BLACK!

Now many of you are, have fantasized about, dreamed about and have literally worshipped the BLACK Penis but that’s another story.

Here’s the back story: First let’s get the names straight. What you know as “Osiris” is actually Ausar. What you know as “Isis” is actually Auset, and the name “Horus” is actually Heru. The Osiris, Isis and Horus name distinctions were hellenized by the Greeks. In others words, the Greeks give them those names. What you should also know is that Ausar, Auset and Heru are known as the holy trinity and that this story was ripped off by the bible.

[The BLACK Penis]:
Set killed Ausar (Osiris). Ausar (Osiris) was the Kemet(Egyptian) god of vegetation and civilization. He was one of the children of Geb and Nut, and married to his sister Isis and they were twins. Ausar (Osiris) represented the male productive force in nature.

Ausar (Osiris) was murdered by his evil brother Seth, who also tore his body to pieces and scattered. however, Auset (Isis) found and embalmed his scattered remains with the help of the god Anpu (Anubis). Her powerful charms resurrected Osiris.

Heru (Horus) was born to the goddess Auset (Isis) after she retrieved all the dismembered body parts of her murdered husband Ausar (Osiris), except his penis which was thrown into the Nile and eaten by a catfish, or sometimes by a crab, and according to Plutarch’s account used her magic powers to resurrect Ausar (Osiris) and fashion a gold phallus to conceive her son (some older Egyptian accounts have the penis of Osiris surviving).

Once (Auset) Isis knew she was pregnant with Horus, she fled to the Nile Delta marshlands to hide from her brother Set who jealously killed Ausar(Osiris) and who she knew would want to kill their son. There Isis bore a divine son, Heru (Horus). Now you’ve heard this story before because Roman Emperor Constantine and his Council of Nicea ripped if off from the Black Africans of Kemet (ancient egypt) and put it in the bible.

The barney (fight) between Set and Osiris is another story you know and that is Cane and Able. Another rip off from the Black Africans of Kemet (ancient egypt). Here’s another on event stolen from the Black Africans of Kemet (ancient egypt).

What appears in the bible as the 10 Commandments. These “10 Commandments” actually came from Spell 125 of the Book of the Dead. come on, you can look and see today by what comes out of Hollyweird that white folks have no talent or originality.

So they have to steal shit from those who do then take credit. You see when the Black Africans of Kemet (ancient egypt) started civilization, there was no God, no Jesus, no white people. Again, there was no God or Jesus, no white people. And some of you folks still don’t get that Kemet (Egypt) is still in Africa. You have a better chance of seeing Bigfoot driving a UFO with the Loch Ness Monster in the passenger seat and two hot mermaids sitting in the rear seats then seeing a god or jesus.

Their son Heru (Horus) would eventually killed Set in revenge especially after Seth violated Horus in a homosexual act of demoralization in an attempt to control him. Heru (Horus) then became the king of Kemet/Egypt.
Ausar (Osiris) became the ruler of the dead and the god of the underworld after his death. Even though he lived in the underworld beyond the western horizon, he was also regarded as the source of renewed life through his son Horus.

[To Recap]:
His body was in pieces. Isis with the help of Anubis (whose name by the way is actually Anpu) found everything accept his penis. Below is what you know as the Washington Monument. It’s actually an Obelisk originally created by the Black Africans of Kemet (ancient egypt) then the idea stolen by those your forefathers for their secret societies and their own gain. And of course, “obelisk” is not it’s real name. This is another name hellenized by the Greeks (damn them!), this is like in Roots when your name is Kunta Kinte and white folks are forcing you to change your name to Toby! The Obelisk’s real name is “Tekken” and it was the phallus symbolism (or penis) representation for the god Osiris.

There were always two Tekken at the entrance of all Temples in ancient Kemet. So when you see the Washington Monument or any other Tekken, you’re actually looking at the black penis of Osiris!

washington_monument_legs openedThis Becky Knows What’s Up!




[Postscript]: Below is Hatsheput’s Tekken (Obelisk). View the red arrow on the picture and you will see the hieroglyph for “Kemet!”

Hatshepshut Tekken


The Yes, They Were Black! Series*- General Thomas-Alexandre Dumas


It’s time to Wake The For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge up! And I’m not talking abut waking up every February for that faux celebration of what’s not Black History but still his-story. Omittence from true Black History is on the rise yet many of you still sit back and acceptt what is dished out to you in the form of lies, misinformation, destruction of literature, artwork and statues to hide the existence and contributions of the Black Race. Look we know about the white presence of take control, take credit for, steal the knowledge, make money off it, kill, disease and make the truth disappear. Now it’s time for that bullshit to stop!


My “Yes, They Were BLACK!” series should make you stand the fuck up with your chest out and make you more knowledgeable and proud of our Black History background because you came from Royalty and not slavery!!!!!!! And note that those who hide behind the truth may call you that N-word but there are are other N-words you will never be called, Nubian, Noble and Neighbor unless you know the truth. Now it’s time to get your respect back! Let go and read on..absorb then pass the knowledge on…because there is no greater riches……..


general thomas alexandre dumas front Napoleon Bonaparte was a well-known figure who rose to power during the French Revolution. But Bonaparte was not its only hero. Meet General Alexandre Dumas. In the above picture, General Thomas-Alexandre Dumas, fighting off the Austrian army, at the bridge of Clausen in Tyrol, on 17 January 1797.

Dumas was born in what is now Haiti to a white father who was a member of the aristocracy and a black mother who was enslaved. Although Dumas kept his mother’s familial name, his father raised him in France, which guaranteed opportunities to people of mixed race. There, Dumas completed his education and entered the military, where he became a master of strategy and sword. Dumas rose to the rank of general, led more than 50,000 soldiers and earned a reputation for action.

He reportedly captured 13 soldiers single handedly, rode into enemy territory to imprison 16 more and led his men up icy cliffs in the dark to surprise opposing forces.

22_General Thomas Alexandre Dumas kicking assAlthough Dumas continued his military career in the subsequent French campaign to conquer Egypt, he attracted the ire of his chief rival, the up-and-coming Bonaparte. Whether Bonaparte, a diminutive man, was jealous of Dumas’ height, charisma or infantry skills is impossible to say. One thing is for certain, though: The competition (even if only in Napoleon’s own mind) would be Dumas’ undoing.

In the late 1790s, when Dumas found himself washed onto Italian shores because of an alarmingly leaky vessel, Napoleon’s followers tossed Dumas into a dungeon. There he languished for two years as he suspected the prison physician of poisoning him. Although Dumas was eventually released, his military career was over. He died of cancer in 1806 but stories of his exploits, however, inspired “The Count of Monte Cristo,” a novel written by his son Alexandre, who also wrote “The Three Musketeers”.

This is his son, Alexandre Dumas who is also the grandson of a Haitian woman. Despite Dumas’ aristocratic background and personal success, the writer had to deal with discrimination related to his mixed-race ancestry. In 1843 he wrote a short novel, Georges, that addressed some of the issues of race and the effects of colonialism. His response to a man who insulted him about his African ancestry has become famous. Dumas said:

“My father was a mulatto, my grandfather was a Negro, and my great-grandfather a monkey. You see, Sir, my family starts where yours ends…”

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And this was his crib:


And check this, he was not buried in some slave cemetery in an unmarked grave but here where is he’s still marveled and respected to this day!


source: CX and Damrosh