The existence of millions of ancient monuments of earth constructed all
over North America, especially in the Mississippi River Delta of the United States, is a historical and scientific fact. Many
Americans have grown up across this land with the knowledge of so-called “Indian mounds or Effigy earthworks”
near their hometowns and birthplaces.
It seems the designers of our His-story textbooks have omitted the significance of the “mounds”
and their builders from the lesson plan. Why is That?
Before there were any cities in Europe, while the black man was constructing the Great Pyramids
in Khemet (Egypt), the ancient black Muurish peoples of present day North America were already sitting atop our sacred
Some of the massive structures served as temples, ceremonial commons and community centers
for large cities with suburbs housing huge populations. Note that our black societies endured for thousands of uninterrupted
years in peace and love.
These indigenous nations formed networks of trade and tradition mixing our aboriginal empire of
the western hemisphere with people from every corner of the world.
The American Education system’s omission of information about the indigenous, earthen pyramid-building
black Muurs, the original civilizations of present day America, can not erase the facts of our presence.
We may have been systematically written off as a ‘Lost Race of People’ in the textbooks,
if mentioned at all, but Yahweh (God of Israel) the Creator of heaven and earth left no doubt that we were here.
The presence of the black man is immortalized and evidenced by ancient earthen monuments
erected in honor, as ordained in the book of Exodus.