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Old 10-06-2017, 07:24 AM #21
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it didnt so much influence it as it is it. along with middle eastern, asian, south and central american etc..

take philospohy for example, "european" philosophy was never european to begin with, it is just african. it was always african and europeans just falsely claimed it as their own. classical music was never european, it too was stolen, in this case from the middle east and india.

most of what ancient greece claims as its own really comes from africa. the medicine, the astronomy, the philosophy as mentioned and more.

its not just africa though, europeans doesnt discriminate when they steal. the first democracy was in south america for instance.

claiming everything as their own was necessary for europeans to push their white supremacist "everyone are monkeys except us" ideology. that ideology being one of the few things that was acctually their own.
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it didnt so much influence it as it is it. along with middle eastern, asian, south and central american etc..

take philospohy for example, "european" philosophy was never european to begin with, it is just african. it was always african and europeans just falsely claimed it as their own. classical music was never european, it too was stolen, in this case from the middle east and india.

most of what ancient greece claims as its own really comes from africa. the medicine, the astronomy, the philosophy as mentioned and more.

its not just africa though, europeans doesnt discriminate when they steal. the first democracy was in south america for instance.

claiming everything as their own was necessary for europeans to push their white supremacist "everyone are monkeys except us" ideology. that ideology being one of the few things that was acctually their own.
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Egypt and Carthage had moderate influence on Ancient Greece and Rome primarily with the system of writing. Philosophy and religion was dominated by the Greeks.
One question you have to ask is what environment does it take in order to create philosophy? It takes a peaceful one.

If you look at history, the Greeks were heavily inundated in war prior to Alexander The Great invasion of Egypt. The Athenians/Greeks as a people never accepted things like philosophy, education, etc. Just look at how they treated Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, etc.

The Egyptian temples matched the Masonic lodges verbatim. Everything from rituals to the physical makeup of art. Matched verbatim

Many of the Greek philosophers have admitted on record that they travelled to Africa for their education

Philosophers ranging from Pythagoras and Thales admit to traveling to Egypt for their education. It was the Egyptian priests and hierophants that authored Greek philosophy

The Greeks study of Ethics was an Egyptian borrowed summum bonum

The earliest theory of salvation is the Egyptian theory

The Library of Alexandria was created after the Egyptian temples/universities were pillaged and plundered

There were roughly 500,000 books or more in the library of Alexandria. Do people really believe that Aristotle and his pupils wrote all these books?

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There's a high level of social justice in African countries - Europe can learn more advanced ethics from sub-Saharan Africa.

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One question you have to ask is what environment does it take in order to create philosophy? It takes a peaceful one.

If you look at history, the Greeks were heavily inundated in war prior to Alexander The Great invasion of Egypt. The Athenians/Greeks as a people never accepted things like philosophy, education, etc. Just look at how they treated Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, etc.

The Egyptian temples matched the Masonic lodges verbatim. Everything from rituals to the physical makeup of art. Matched verbatim

Many of the Greek philosophers have admitted on record that they travelled to Africa for their education

Philosophers ranging from Pythagoras and Thales admit to traveling to Egypt for their education. It was the Egyptian priests and hierophants that authored Greek philosophy

The Greeks study of Ethics was an Egyptian borrowed summum bonum

The earliest theory of salvation is the Egyptian theory

The Library of Alexandria was created after the Egyptian temples/universities were pillaged and plundered

There were roughly 500,000 books or more in the library of Alexandria. Do people really believe that Aristotle and his pupils wrote all these books?
Yet today we know of Aristotle, Socrates, and Plato, as well as of their works, yet I do not know of a single well known Egyptian philosopher.
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Yet today we know of Aristotle, Socrates, and Plato, as well as of their works, yet I do not know of a single well known Egyptian philosopher.
Pythagoras and Thales, one of the first so called Greek philosophers admittingly went to Egypt to study universe, music, astrology, astronomy, mathematics, and geometry as an Initiate in The Mystery System with the Preists and Hierophants, but if they don't have names of the people they studied with, that means they never studied?

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Pythagoras and Thales, one of the first so called Greek philosophers admittingly went to Egypt to study The Mystery System with the Preists and Hierophants, but if they don't have names of the people they studied with, that means they never studied?
No, I am no disputing that many Greek philosophers studied in Egypt. Egypt out of all the African countries played the biggest role in Western Civilizations development.
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No, I am no disputing that many Greek philosophers studied in Egypt. Egypt out of all the African countries played the biggest role in Western Civilizations development.
The Moors also played a massive role in European cultural and educational development
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The Moors also played a massive role in European cultural and educational development
Eh, wouldn't agree so much, maybe Spain and Portugal, thats about it.
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