THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH

THE TEACHINGS OF FAHEEM JUDAH-EL D.D.
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THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH

The Kingdom of Kush was an ancient African kingdom situated on the Blue Nile, White Nile and River Atbara in what is now the Republic of Sudan.

Established after the Bronze Age collapse and the disintegration of the New Kingdom of Kemet, it was centered at Napata in its early phase. After Paraoh Kashta (“the Kushite”) invaded Kemet in the 8th century BC, the Kushite kings ruled as great Kings of the Twenty-Fifth dynasty of Kemet for a century, until they were expelled by Psamtik I in 656 BC.

When the Kemetians pulled out of the Napata region, they left a lasting legacy that was merged with indigenous customs forming the Kingdom of Kush. Kush shared many Kemetian practices, such as religion, clothing, diet, tools, building practices, math, sciences, burial practices and much more. It is a fact that the Kingdom of Kush survived longer than that of Kemet. The Kushites invaded Kemet (under the leadership of Pharaoh Piye), and controlled Kemet during the 8th century, Kushite dynasty.

Pharaoh Taharqa
Harmaket of Nubia
Pharaoh Aspelta, 25th Dynasty
Pharaoh Atlanersa 25th Dynasty
Colossal statue of King Atlanersa (Khukare – “Protected by the ka of Re”), 25th Dynasty, Sudan Museum

*Compare Beja People of today to Ancient Kushites & Kemetians

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MAP OF KUSH

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Pharaoh Taharqa                       Harmaket of Nubia (Kush)

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Pharaoh Aspelta, 25th Dynasty

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Pharaoh Atlanersa 25th Dynasty

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Colossal statue of King Atlanersa

(Khukare – “Protected by the ka of Re”),

25th Dynasty, Sudan Museum

 

 

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Author: THE TEACHINGS OF FAHEEM JUDAH-EL

ABOUT THE EDITOR & PUBLISHER FAHEEM JUDAH-EL - Meta-physician, Mystic, Scribe, Researcher, Publisher Born on September 15th 1962 in Decatur Illinois: Faheem Judah-El is a Researcher and Historian: He has spent many years chronicling and preserving the story of African people worldwide. As a researcher He has traveled to many parts of the world such as: Ethiopia, Egypt, Mecca, Mexico, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda and many Native American Mound Centers of North America. He is currently an author, and the Editor of African Scholar Publications & Preservation.

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