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Kemet 101 Lesson 4
A-Take notes on the most important themes you heard
Kemet is the flower of African culture. African culture is the cradle of civilization, the evidence of this is outline in The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality Cheikh Anta Diop, Mercer Cook. Throughout Africa there is strong evidence of the influence Kemet has on the continent of Africa.
Dogon, Yoruba, Kemet and Egyptian have similar spirituality, which can be traced back to Kemet. Evidence of this can be found in the social, and cultural factors. Contact factors can be seen in Kemet and other African cultures. These factors when seen in two cultures practicing three or four evidence contact factors that go beyond ordinary chances allows me to exam each more closely. Here is where I can begin to discover the similarities of Dogon, Yoruba, Kemet and Egyptian cultures.
Asarian Religion was the most popular systems of religion.
B-Note which one you thought was most important and why.
What is most important to me is the awareness, that there is evidence of how important a role Kemet played in the development of all of Africa. 150,000 BCE Indigenous Africans migrated from the Great Lakes and in doing so brought their culture with them. 100,000 BCE the migration North to Kemet began to other parts of the world. 36,000 recording of Kemetian traditions in other cultures, such as Dogon, Congo, Kush, Yoruba and Asia Minor. It’s not enough to state this, I would best serve this statement by researching and finding the evidence within the culture I am studying to support this view. I should also seek out patterns, similarities and contact factors. I can then begin to see patterns emerging from culture expression factors and the subcultures in the evidence of contact factors.
C-Note any questions you may have
Can you speak more in depth regarding the tradition of the separation of Jaw from the King and the Queen?