Africa, Kemet and Sumer                


            Lands of the Black (Headed) People

“After Anu, Enlil, Enki, and Ninhursag had fashioned the Black-Headed (people), vegetation luxuriated from the earth, animals, four-legged (creatures) of the plain, were brought artfully into existence…”

One of Africa’s many civilizations is that of Sumer. Founded along the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, in Asia-Minor, it in many respects was a twin city of Kemet; spawned by the same progenitors Nubia-Kush, it mirrored Kemet in numerous areas. In the names of cities and towns there was Anu, Mari, Amon, Kush (Kish), Assur (Ausar), and others. Like Pharaohs of Nubia and Kemet, Sumer was as also governed by divine leaders called ‘En’, who also were considered ‘Son of the Sun’ or, the ‘Son of Anu’. The Ntcheru of Sumer were called Dingir, and they too paralleled those of Nubia-Kemet: For example

AnuAnuCreatorRaAnu, UtuSunGebEnlilSky, EarthAusarEnki, Assur, AsariRuler of Earth, Vegetation, Animal, and Man; Ruler of the ‘Lower Ennead’ (Ausar) / ‘Lower Annunaki’ [the Iggigi] (Enki), and ‘Governor’ of moral-behavior on Earth.AusetInana, NananaRuler of Earth, Vegetation, Animal and Man; Goddess of fertility and nurturing; Guardian of birth-rite to the throneEnneadAnnunaki

Governing body of Ntcheru / Dingir that reside in Heaven

PICTURE 2-Dingir (Goddess) Inana or Dingir Nanana

PICTURE 3-Dingir’s Ningizzida and another leading Gudea before Enki or Anu

PICTURE 4-En Ur-Nammu pours libation before Dingir Nannar. (below) Dingir Nannar leads En Ur-Nammu en-route to temple building

PICTURE 5-The Ziggurat of Ur, one of the ‘sun-temples’ built to honor Great Dingir Anu and Innana, influenced and guided by the Kemetic philosophy associated with the Kemetic ‘Step-Pyramid’ [sun-temple] of Ghiza, and the even earlier pyramids [sun-temples] of Nubia-Kush

PICTURE 6-Dingir Enki [Ruler of Earth, establisher of government, governor of order] driving a (building) foundation stake into the ground

PICTURE 7-Great Dingir Anu presented to by other Dingir of ‘High Heaven’

PICTURE 8-Mythological characters believed to be the hero Gilgamesh (and Enkimdu?) feeds water to a pair of bulls

Each society revered creation and the governing ‘life forces’, and both generated outstanding periods in their history along with distinguished leaders. Of the Third-Dynasty in Kemet the Pharaoh distinguished himself and the society by commissioning the building of the first major pyramid – the Step Pyramid; in association with him the Great and Grand Vizer Imhotep distinguished himself as the architect of the Step Pyramid and as a multi-genius, in addition to being an outstanding Seba (spiritual leader). Right on the heels of Kemet, Sumer was distinguished by the Great En Naram-Sin who commissioned the building the Great Ziggurat for the Dingir Anu and Inanna (Inana); in association with him the Great Spiritual Leader Gudea distinguished himself and the Sumerian society by leading the revival and progression of Sumerian religion and spirituality. The era of Naram-Sin and Gudea is known as Ur III.

PICTURE 9-En, Naram-Sin

PICTURE 10-Victorious! Stele of En, Naram-Sin leading Kussi (Black) troops against the Lulubi (Black) troops)

PICTURE 11-Gudea, man of peace

PICTURE 12-An Elamite/Susian Leader (notice the similarity to the Sumerian Dingir [god] EnKi [above, and below left])

Sumer’s greatness and grandeur was both alluring and a magnate to the Aryan-Semites and the Aryan-Europeans who began to invade its territory and society until they finally conquered, dominated and destroyed it greatness. At the hands of the nomadic-barbarians the Sumerians (Africans) experienced invasions of their homeland, pillage of their resources, genocide, rape, slavery, exile, colonization, cultural theft, barbarism, and racism (in its beginning stages). From as early as 2,200 BCE Sumer, including its African neighbor Susa/Elam, endured the invasions of one increasingly brutal nomadic-barbaric ‘White’ people after another. Under the invasions of the Martu, also called the Assyrians, the strength of the African population known as Sumerian in Mesopotamia was defeated resulting in complete and utter domination at the hand of barbaric warring populations set on plunder and exploitation.

PICTURE 13-Dingir, Enki (God-Ruler of Earth) as a ‘Royal Bull’

PICTURE 14-Sumerian Royal Couple – Wife and Husband

PICTURE 15-Offerings brought to Ur-Ningirsu (base of Ur-Ningirsu stature)

In addition to other benefactors, the Jewish and Arab culture and society – its religion, philosophy and government – also developed upon the plunder, domination and exploitation of the Sumerian; and including some Southern-European societies – among them Greece.

PICTURE 16-The Elamite/Susian army defeated by the Assyrians, who brutally decapitated the Elamite leader. Similar barbarity was perpetrated upon the Sumerians

PICTURE 17-After developing civilization in Sumer / Mesopotamia, three-thousand years later, Africans are now sold by enslaving barbaric-Arab tribes [1237 AD Yemen, Baghdad, Iraq (formerly Sumer)]

About the images:
Sumerians represented their Dingir (gods) with crowns of ‘bull horns’, major Dingir wore numerous horns [collectively they were called the Annunaki], while lesser Dinger wore fewer horns [collectively they were called the Iggigi]. Leaders, called En were considered ‘Lesser Dinger’ incarnate, they are almost always depicted wearing the ‘Royal Beard’ and sometimes with a bull horned crown. Priest (male) are, almost always depicted as clean-shaven and without head hair. Interestingly, in spite of the ongoing invasions and colonization the Sumerians’, and the Elamites/Susians, continued to depict their Dingir (gods) in their image.
In spite of the above images and documentation to the contrary, it is interesting, and no less disturbing, that the school of ‘White’ researchers and writers of Sumer / Mesopotamian history have organized as a race-biased (racist) group to perpetuate a lie-myth-deceit and other falsehoods to deny the race (i.e. Black / African) of the Sumerian, and of the origin of Sumerian civilization. Somehow they do manage to find Africans among the population when they are conquered or enslaved.