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Wednesday, April 5, 2017
The Real Name For Africa is ALKEBULAN
How Europeans changed the name of Africa
Original name for Africa is ALKEBULAN: Arabic for "The Land Of The
is the oldest and the only name of indigenous origin. It was used by the Moors,
Nubians, Numidians, Khart-Haddans (Carthagenians), and Ethiopians. Africa, the
current name adopted by almost everyone today , was given to this continent by
a European invader by the name of Louis Africanus. Like all methods of
manipulation the Romans sought to completely disconnect the indigenous Africans
from their culture, deities, and knowledge.
Louis Africanus and Alkebulan's name change
Cornelius Scipio battled Carthage– a powerful city-state in northern
Africa– which had established itself as the leading maritime power in the world.
The First Punic War broke out in 264 B.C. when Rome interfered in a dispute on
the Carthaginian- controlled island of Sicily; the war ended with Rome in
control of both Sicily and Corsica and marked the empire's emergence as a naval
as well as a land power. In the Second Punic War, the great Carthaginian
general Hannibal invaded Italy and scored great victories at Lake Trasimene and
Cannae before his eventual defeat at the hands of Rome's Scipio in 202 B.C.
left Rome in control of the western Mediterranean and much of Spain. In the
Third Punic War, the Romans, led by Publius Cornelius Scipio the Younger,
captured and destroyed the city of Carthage in 146 B.C., turning Alkebulan into
Africa. Scipio then later adapted the name Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus.
following is a great Alkebulan quote:
"Think about your Alkebu-lan consciousness, your culture, your
names, your homeland, your past, your civilizations, your heritage, your
ancestors, and your Mind. Today we have a false identity of self, self-hatred,
hatred for your brother, and a deep hatred for Alkebu-lan our origin.”
Africason is a musician and a die-hard believer in Africa.