[This is above shot of Angor Wat in Cambodia. Some say that it looks like a slot where you put a key in.]

ImageNo matter what you have been told, black people did exist in ancient times. As the stereotype is presented negatives, it should be noted that black people were not in fields, playing with their penises, giggling/dancing, cheezing with bug eyes (well only on special occasions). They were making positive contributions that were again stolen. You should also know that black people can be traced back 1 million, 600,000 years where as the Europeans, to 10,000 years. So again, black people were here first!

ImageBased on all this, the truth about black history and the true contributions of black people has been suppressed. You see there are people out there (who I call the “Hidden Hand”), who came across the truth and it involved black people. They stolen the power, energy, technology and knowledge which has made them rich, in control and then passing that knowledge to their next generations to continue the same flow. Now this is no BS but the true. You see their actions in the new media, tv shows, movies, etc., with passages and sign symbolism all stolen from black people!

You need to truly understand that there would not be any secret societies like the Skull & Bone, Masons, Illuminati, etc., if it wasn’t for black people.

ImageSo we now travel to Cambodia, yes – Cambodia to Angkor Wat – a place you should know and for more proof of black presence in ancient times. Now some of these images existed before Angkor Wat which is very important. If you ever watch any type of news program or documentary, when their cameras accidentally come across the images of black people, the camera instantly does a quick fade. The same happens with stories of Kemet (egypt).


In Cambodia, the second great Khmer Empire to arise, after the fall of Funan, was that of Angkor: This ancient Cambodian empire held power from the 9th to the 15th centuries. The city of Angkor was located in the modern Cambodian province of Siem Reap, which is in the northwest of the country. “Angkor” itself is a Cambodianized interpretation of the Sanskrit word Nagara, which means “city.”

“The Khmer” were the original BLACK civilization of Cambodia. Again, this is information that your schools, ministers, news media will never tell you because the believe is that you should remain uninformed, distracted and deceived. So you can’t refute the information of the existence of black people there because the proof is in the statues, wall cravings, personal sightings and documentation.

ImageFrom the 9th to the 15th centuries, the Khmer kingdom at Angkor was the most powerful and architecturally prodigious culture in Southeast Asia. The Khmers had lived for millennia in this region, and had earlier kingdoms known as Funan and Chenla. These kingdoms were the superpowers of the region in ancient times, but as of late, had been dominated by the new regional superpowers of the time, namely China to the north and Java to the south.

In 802 A.D, a Khmer official in the Javanese court, returned to his homeland, declared himself the new god-king, and took the name Jayavarman II. ImageHe then declared full independence from Java. Jayavarman II, thus became the first of many deified kings of Angkor.


Angkor reached its “first” peak with the ascension of Suryavarman II in 1112 A.D. Suryavarman II expanded the kingdom into Vietnam and Thailand, and built the famed Shiva temple of Angkor Wat. But the southern Vietnamese state of Champa would not be subjugated.

In 1177 A.D, the Chams of Vietnam regrouped, and launched a covert counterattack. They quietly sailed up the great lake of central Cambodia – the Tonle Sap and attacked Angkor. With this attack, the Cham began to take the offensive, and within a few years, the Chams had sacked Angkor and executed its king.

But the Khmer were not done, they immediately regrouped for an attempt to take back Angkor. A cousin of the executed king led the charge, and Angkor was retaken around 1180 A.D. This victorious Prince, was crowned as king Jayavarman VII. For the next four decades, Jayavarman VII would reign over Angkor’s greatest period.

ImageJayavarman VII’s reign was the pinnacle of Khmer culture, but after his death, things began to slip away. By the 15th and 16th centuries, the Thai kingdom of Ayutthaya was in ascendance, and after several unsuccessful attempts at destroying the Khmers, they finally sacked Angkor in 1431 A.D. and then again in 1594 A.D. The last sacking forced the Khmer to abandon their capital at Angkor. The Khmer eventually regrouped in a new capital at Phnom Penh, many miles to the south, but the glory period of Khmer history was over.
Over time Cambodia was continually subjugated by its now, more powerful Mongol neighbors. As each of them in their turn, gained control of Cambodia, that precipitated the movement of Mongol people into Cambodia.


Now at this point, the Khmer were living the high life until finally in 1863 A.D, (and you know who’s coming to destroy everything…….), Cambodia became a French territory, by then all had been lost, and the Khmer had been absorbed, producing the current inhabitants.

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