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The Truth about Egyptian Mummies



As is normal, racists Albino scientists have done a new study titled: (Ancient Egyptian mummy genomes suggest an increase of Sub-Saharan African ancestry in post-Roman periods), which is intended to imply or suggest that the Ancient Egyptians were Albinos just like them. That is of course just the latest in Albino lies, and is thoroughly debunked in the linked "Special Subject Page" below.

Click here to go to that page (there is a link to return here).



On to: The Truth about Egyptian Mummies

The Albino people routinely trot out supposed Egyptian mummies with "High/Narrow" Nose Bridges and straight hair, such as with Ramses II and Tuya, and confidently tell us that the Mummy is that of a particular Egyptian King, Queen, or Noble person. Though it's true that some Blacks have that phenotype, it still feels uncomfortable to us, plus those Mummies seem to bear no resemblance to statues of the person in question. Lets take the example of Ramses II first:





Not surprisingly, there is no resemblance between the supposed mummy of Ramses and his statue.

In all of his statues, Ramses II is depicted as a rather "Round" faced man,

while the Mummy is of a "Long" faced man.





As a matter of fact, the "SUPPOSED" Mummy of Ramses II above,

looks more like a White man, and nothing like his statues.




Further - the Mummy of Seti I, the father of Ramses II, is Black skinned

and looks nothing like the supposed Mummy of his son Ramses II.





The supposed Mummy of Merenptah, one of the sons of Ramses II

also looks nothing like the supposed Mummy of his father Ramses II




And lastly, neither does the "Black-Skinned" Mummy of an un-named son of Ramses II,

look anything like the "non-Black-Skinned" supposed Mummy of his father Ramses II





Without putting too fine a point on it, the father and sons of Ramses II, all look somewhat alike (like the mummies of Black men), while the "Supposed" Mummy of Ramses II looks nothing like any of them: but instead, looks like the Mummy of a White man. We know that the Tarim Mummies in China, are the mummies of Central Asian Albinos, who are just like modern Europeans - who btw are originally from Central Asia. So let us do a comparison of the supposed Mummy of Ramses II and the Tarim Mummies.


Tarim mummies

The Tarim mummies are a series of mummies discovered in the Tarim Basin in present-day Xinjiang, China that date from 1800 B.C. to the first centuries B.C. (you will never find a White skeleton in Europe that old (1800 B.C.): the Central Asian Albinos didn't reach Europe until about 600 years later). Although the evidence is inconclusive, the mummies, particularly the earlier ones, are frequently associated with the presence of the Indo-European Tocharian languages in the Tarim Basin. The earliest Tarim mummies, found at Qäwrighul and dated to 1800 B.C, are of a Europoid physical type whose closest affiliation is to the Bronze Age populations of southern Siberia, Kazakhstan, Central Asia, and the Lower Volga.

















Also found at Tarim are "Black Skinned" mummies like the Loulan beauty.









Foreign scholars say that at the very least, the Tarim mummies — named after the vast Tarim Basin where they were found — show that Xinjiang has always been a melting pot, a place where people from various corners of Eurasia founded societies and where cultures overlapped.

The Caucasians say that the Tarim mummies seem to indicate that the very first people to settle the area came from the west — down from the steppes of Central Asia and even farther afield — and not from the fertile plains and river valleys of the Chinese interior. The oldest, like the Loulan Beauty, date back 3,800 years.

As to the Race of the Loulan beauty, the Chinese government claims that she looks just as much a Han Chinese, as she looks like a Caucasian. While the Uighurs, an Albino Europoid Turkic-speaking Muslim people who number about nine million in Xinjiang, claim that she is one of them.

For our purposes here, either claim is acceptable. As shown above, her Black skin is accounted for in the Mongol populations. But as we also know, the European type Albino is derived from Black Asian Indians (Dravidians) like below.
















King Tut


The fact that his Mummy seems to resemble Albino people, and not the corresponding Egyptian statues or his relatives at all, causes us to wonder just how that could be. Actually it's quite simple really: as usual, when it comes to Black people and Black history, the Albino people can and will, lie about everything.

First, it should be known that the ONLY Egyptian Mummy whose identification we can trust, is that of King Tut. The reason for that is simply because his Mummy was found in his own unopened tomb (which is a great rarity, most Royal tombs have be pillaged and do not have it's mummy in them) and his tomb was opened with the world watching. The Albino people and the Turk mulattoes who have control of Egypt's treasures, had no opportunity to switch his mummy with that of a White person from the times when Greeks or Romans ruled Egypt: which appears to be the case with those "Supposed" Mummies of Egyptian kings who don't look like Egyptians (Blacks).

















The Albino people have been falsifying Black history (the only kind really), for hundreds of years now, so of course, someone of them must have noticed the discrepancy with Mummy skin color above, and created an explanation that would explain it away. In the book "Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology" the editors Paul T. Nicholson and Ian Shaw tie themselves into knots, trying to do just that.


To be clear, there is no question that Mummified skin can darken after being exposed to air. But at the same time, as relates to the level of darkness: where you end up, is dependent on where you began.



Luckily, the nonsense in the book, Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology, is easily disproved by the British Museums paper on the Mummification techniques of the ancient Egyptians.


From the British Museum web page:


The earliest ancient Egyptians buried their dead in small pits in the desert. The heat and dryness of the sand dehydrated the bodies quickly, creating lifelike and natural 'mummies'. Later, the ancient Egyptians began burying their dead in coffins to protect them from wild animals in the desert. However, they realized that bodies placed in coffins decayed when they were not exposed to the hot, dry sand of the desert.

Over many centuries, the ancient Egyptians developed a method of preserving bodies so they would remain lifelike. The process included embalming the bodies and wrapping them in strips of linen. Today we call this process mummification.

Embalming the body

First, his body is taken to the tent known as 'ibu' or the 'place of purification'. There the embalmers wash his body with good-smelling palm wine and rinse it with water from the Nile. One of the embalmer's men makes a cut in the left side of the body and removes many of the internal organs. It is important to remove these because they are the first part of the body to decompose. The liver, lungs, stomach and intestines are washed and packed in natron (A natural salt) which will dry them out. The heart is not taken out of the body because it is the center of intelligence and feeling and the man will need it in the afterlife. A long hook is used to smash the brain and pull it out through the nose. The body is now covered and stuffed with natron which will dry it out. All of the fluids, and rags from the embalming process will be saved and buried along with the body. After forty days the body is washed again with water from the Nile. Then it is covered with oils to help the skin stay elastic. The dehydrated internal organs are wrapped in linen and returned to the body. The body is stuffed with dry materials such as sawdust, leaves and linen so that it looks lifelike. Finally the body is covered again with good-smelling oils. It is now ready to be wrapped in linen.

Wrapping the mummy

First the head and neck are wrapped with strips of fine linen. Then the fingers and the toes are individually wrapped. The arms and legs are wrapped separately. Between the layers of wrapping, the embalmers place amulets to protect the body in its journey through the underworld. A priest reads spells out loud while the mummy is being wrapped. These spells will help ward off evil spirits and help the deceased make the journey to the afterlife. The arms and legs are tied together. A papyrus scroll with spells from the Book of the Dead is placed between the wrapped hands. More linen strips are wrapped around the body. At every layer, the bandages are painted with liquid resin (A sticky, thick fluid produced by certain trees and plants) that helps to glue the bandages together. A cloth is wrapped around the body and a picture of the god Osiris is painted on its surface. Finally, a large cloth is wrapped around the entire mummy. It is attached with strips of linen that run from the top to the bottom of the mummy, and around its middle. A board of painted wood is placed on top of the mummy before the mummy is lowered into its coffin. The first coffin is then put inside a second coffin.

The funeral is held for the deceased and his family mourns his death. A ritual called the 'Opening of the Mouth' is performed, allowing the deceased to eat and drink again. Finally, the body and its coffins are placed inside a large stone sarcophagus in the tomb. Furniture, clothing, valuable objects, food and drink are arranged in the tomb for the deceased. Now his body is ready for its journey through the underworld. There his heart will be judged by his good deeds on earth. If his heart is found to be pure he will be sent to live for all eternity in the beautiful 'Field of Reeds'.



In Feb. 2008 scientists took samples from King Tut and his

family to determine their true identity and relationships.

The total story, and results of this DNA testing is

contained in this linked "Special Subject Page" << Click >>







Here is where the Albino people and their Turk mulatto co-conspirators obtain their fake Egyptian Mummies:

the tombs of White Greeks and Romans in Egypt.




Background: Since the coming of the Albino peoples from Central Asia, circa 1,200 B.C. The formerly all Black Greeks and Romans of Europe became mixed-Race peoples, with Blacks, Whites, and Mulattoes, in their populations:


The Mummy Portraits

Painted Mummy Portraits found on Mummies in Roman cemeteries, many from Fayum/Faiyum, date from approximately 100 B.C. to 250 A.D. Mummy portraits were portraits painted on joined wooden planks, and were placed over the face of the Mummified corpse. The gold facemask of Egyptian tradition was also still used, as well as painted plaster masks and painted linen shrouds.














During their time of rule over Egypt, the Europeans styled themselves "Egyptians"

with all the trappings of Egyptian Royalty/Nobility, including mummification.
















All of these machinations over Egyptian Color/Race/identity, came about because the current occupiers of Egypt - the Turk mulattoes, and the European and Turk Albinos, all desire to interject themselves into the purely Black dynastic history of Egypt. With the fall of dynastic Egypt, many foreign powers ruled over Egypt:





Circa 850 A.D. Black Arabs start importing White Central Asian Turk Slave Soldiers (Mamlukes) to bolster their small armies numbers.

They had conquered large swaths of territory, but lacked enough troops to keep it.


















Mamluke (Arabic: meaning "property" or "owned slave" of the king).

This, plus the Mongols chasing them, precipitates a massive migration of

Turks from Asia into Europe and the Mediterranean region.

{The Germanics and Slavs had left Central Asia hundreds of years earlier}.





Arabs and Berbers develop a taste for Turkish women.





1038 A.D. the White Turks start to usurp the Black Arabs: The Turk Toghril Beg proclaimed himself sultan at Neyshabur in 1038,

He espoused strict Sunnism, by which he gained the Arab Caliph's confidence.

1453 A.D. Fall of the Roman (Byzantine) Empire {What will become TURKEY}: Turkic Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II's army of some 80,000 men,

and large numbers of irregulars, laid siege to the city of Constantinople (Now Istanbul). Despite a desperate last-ditch defense of the city by the

massively outnumbered Christian forces, Constantinople finally fell to the Ottomans after a two-month siege on 29 May 1453.





















1811 - 1818: At the Ottoman Sultans invitation, Ibrahim Pasha, the eldest son of Muhammad Ali,

the Albanian Turk Khedive of Egypt and Sudan: Conquers the Arab homeland.




Egyptian period of PERSIAN rule "Achaemenid" (525–402 B.C. and 343–332 B.C.),

referring to two periods of Achaemenid rule punctuated by an interval of independence.

Then the Sassanid PERSIAN conquest of Egypt (618–629 A.D.).

Egyptian period of GREEK rule (332 B.C. - 30 B.C.).

Egyptian period of ROMAN rule (30 B.C. - 627 A.D).

Egyptian period of BLACK ARAB rule (627 A.D. - 868 A.D.).

Egyptian period of BLACK ARAB rule where Turk Governors are appointed:

The Tulunid dynasty: It was during the rule of Arab Abbasid Caliph Harun ar-Rashid (ruled 786-809),

that the Black Arab Caliphs began assigning Egypt to Turks rather than to Arabs.

The first Turkish dynasty was that of Ibn Tulun who entered Egypt in 868.

{Turks or Turk Mulattoes have Ruled Egypt ever since}.



Egyptian period of TURK (Mamluke) rule 1250 A.D. - 1516 A.D.





Egyptian period of OTTOMAN TURK rule (1516 A.D. - 1918).

Egyptian period of TURK Mulatto rule (1952 - present).



The Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire (Anatolia/Turkey) included, Greece , Egypt, Bosnia, Herzegovinia , Serbia, Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Iraq, Palestine, Algeria, Tunisia, Syria and Italian North Africa.


Modern-Day Countries of which some of their territory was controlled by the Ottoman Empire:

Italy, Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Oman, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Morocco.


Modern Day Countries of which all of their territory (except sparsely populated regions)

was controlled by the Ottoman Empire at some point:

Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, Malta, Egypt, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, FYRO Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary.





Other "Admixed" peoples of the former Turk Ottoman Empire



















Today, all over the former Ottoman Empire: we have the Mulattoes of the Turks who ruled over Egypt and the other countries for more than 1,100 years, taking over when the Ottoman Empire was disbanded after World War I. Clearly, the Turks and the European powers who defeated them, preferred to leave the Mulattoes in charge, rather than the native peoples - The Blacks. Strangely though: the "Part-Black" Turk mulattoes of today, seem less tolerant of "Real" Egyptians, Berbers, Arabs, Persians, Anatolians, Mesopotamian's (Blacks), than the full-blooded Albino Turks of the Ottoman Empire were.








In 2001 the Egyptians/Arabs/Turk Mulattoes - made their own film about Sadat, it is called Ayyam El Sadat "The Days of Sadat". It stared Ahmad Zaki, He is lighter than Louis Gossett (and Sadat), this seems to have made them much happier.






All over the former Black lands, which were melded into the Ottoman Empire, the native Blacks were marginalized and relegated to the periphery. In many of these countries, like Turkey, Iraq, and Iran: Cruelly, the native Blacks have been taught that they were brought there as Slaves, having lost their history, they do not know any better. But in the Egypt of the Ottoman Empire (during Albino Turk rule) Blacks were a common sight all over Egypt, and in Egyptian cities too. Note these photographs from the late 19th century - the waning years of Ottoman Turk rule.



Brooklyn Museum, Lantern Slide Collection - Egypt (c. 1850-1890).



Brooklyn Museum, Lantern Slide Collection - Egypt (c. 1850-1890).


















Brooklyn Museum, Lantern Slide Collection - Egypt (c. 1850-1890).







Kasr-el-Nil, Egypt



Kasr-el-Nil, Egypt















The story of Modern Egypt


World War I, also known as the First World War, was a global war centered in Europe that began on 28 July 1914 and lasted until 11 November 1918. In 1914, the Egyptian Protectorate was made official, and the title of the head of state was changed to sultan, to repudiate the vestigial suzerainty of the Ottoman sultan, who was backing the Central powers in World War I. Abbas II was deposed as khedive and replaced by his uncle, Hussein Kamel, as sultan.





After the First World War, Saad Zaghlul and the Wafd Party led the Egyptian nationalist movement to a majority at the local Legislative Assembly. When the British exiled Zaghlul and his associates to Malta on 8 March 1919, the country arose in its first modern revolution. The revolt led the UK government to issue a unilateral declaration of Egypt's independence on 22 February 1922.

The new government drafted and implemented a constitution in 1923 based on a parliamentary system. Saad Zaghlul was popularly elected as Prime Minister of Egypt in 1924. In 1936, the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty was concluded. Continued instability due to remaining British influence and increasing political involvement by the king led to the dissolution of the parliament in a military coup d'état known as the 1952 Revolution. The Free Officers Movement forced King Fuad (Who was a Turk) to abdicate in support of his son Farouk. British military presence in Egypt lasted until 1954.



Following the 1952 Revolution by the Free Officers Movement, the rule of Egypt passed to military hands. On 18 June 1953, the Egyptian Republic was declared, with General Muhammad Naguib as the first President of the Republic. Naguib was forced to resign in 1954 by Gamal Abdel Nasser – the real architect of the 1952 movement – and was later put under house arrest. Nasser assumed power as President in June 1956. British forces completed their withdrawal from the occupied Suez Canal Zone on 13 June 1956. He nationalized the Suez Canal on 26 July 1956, prompting the 1956 Suez Crisis.





In 1958, Egypt and Syria formed a sovereign union known as the United Arab Republic. The union was short-lived, ending in 1961 when Syria seceded, thus ending the union. During most of its existence, the United Arab Republic was also in a loose confederation with North Yemen (formerly the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen), known as the United Arab States. In 1959, the All-Palestine Government of the Gaza Strip, an Egyptian client state, was absorbed into United Arab Republic under the pretext of Arab union, and was never restored.


Today, the official name of Kemet/Egypt is: THE "ARAB" REPUBLIC OF EGYPT!


Clearly the Turk mulattoes currently ruling Egypt are trying to break all ties with Africa and Blacks, while forging a common identity with the other Turk mulattoes of North Africa, Arabia, and the middle East. Note that now under Turk mulatto rule, Blacks are rarely to be found in photos of people in Egyptian cities.









Today, Real Egyptians (Blacks) have been impoverished and relegated to the Countryside.




















Because of this peculiar dichotomy of modern Egyptian life, we get these machinations with Egyptian Statues and Mummies. The European Albinos wanting to claim the grandeur of Black history as their own is a constant. But then we also have the Turk Mulattoes who are actually resident and ruling in these formerly Black countries, wanting to lay claim to not only the treasures, but also the history of these great Black cultures and Countries. Thus we have Turk mulattoes like Zahi Hawass - Egyptian Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs, incredulously declaring that Egyptians were NOT Black people.




That is of course a blatant lie, which the use of common sense regarding the Latitude and climate of the land, would cause it to fall flat on it's face: without even having to look at authentic (unmodified) statues and Mummies of ancient Egyptians. But Hawass's statement is not new or unique, The Albino people have been formulating these lies for centuries. And have been so successful with their lies, that what are thought to be Black institutions of higher learning, like "Howard University" routinely hire Albino professors to teach this nonsense to their Black students.

Such is the case with Ann Macy Roth - UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER - Visiting Assistant Professor of Egyptology Howard University: with her paper - "Building Bridges to Afrocentrism." in which she states:

1. Quote: The contention that the Ancient Egyptians were Black. Like most of us, it had never occurred to me that the ancient Egyptians were any color in particular. Neither black nor white seemed an appropriate category- -they were simply Egyptian. This view, in fact, is probably the one held by most Egyptians themselves, both ancient and modern. As we know from their observant depictions of foreigners, the ancient Egyptians saw themselves as darker than Asiatic's and Libyans, and lighter than the Nubians, and with different facial features and body types than any of these groups. They considered themselves, to quote Goldilocks, "just right."

Link to Ann Macy Roth's complete paper:


Ann Macy Roth's statement is very common in the Albino peoples treatment of Black history: it is a lie, built on an earlier lie. This particular lie is based on these wall decorations of the Book of Gates in the Tomb of Seti I.








From those very damaged frescos, the Albino Heinrich Menu von Minutoli's (1772-1846) made the following drawing.





To truly appreciate how disgustingly false and racist Heinrich Menu von Minutoli's drawing really is:

you need to compare it to this Egyptian fresco of the "SAME" people below.









With those lies as background, the Albino people and their Mulattoes modify statues to make them appear "White" looking, and swap Mummies of White Greeks or Romans (Not all of which were Albinos) with Mummies of real Egyptians. How the Mummy part came about is as follows:

After the fall of dynastic Egypt - as it is now with Turk mulattoes ruling Egypt - Royal tombs were routinely plundered for their rich grave goods, and their mummies were often destroyed. In order to save the mummies, Egyptian priests would remove the mummies from their tombs, and hide them in well hidden caves. These groups of hidden Mummies are called "Mummy Caches." The supposed Mummy of Ramses II was found in one such cache, the story of which is below .


Story of the Royal Caches at Deir el-Bahri by Marie Parsons.

Quote: Mohammed el-Rassul, the eldest brother, then turned informer, and went to the authorities to divulge the location of the hidden tomb. The story Mohammed told of the discovery of the tomb was this: One day, years before, a goat belonging to Ahmed had strayed from its herd on the cliffs in the bay of Deir el-Bahri. When Ahmed investigated and followed the bleating of his animal, he found that it had fallen down one of the vertical tomb-shafts, which honeycombed the cliffs. As he cursed the goat, he descended after it and found himself in a cramped corridor, cluttered with dark shapes. After he lit a candle, he saw that the shapes were a collection of dusty wooden coffins, stretching as far as he could see, heaped one upon another. Ahmed could see the occasional uraeus, the royal cobra, and several cartouches inscribed on the coffin lids. He also found shabtis, shabti-boxes, canopic jars, and other funerary paraphernalia. Ahmeds eyes must have widened, as he realized that this was a royal find.



The el-Rassul family lived comfortably off the proceeds of their tomb, until, in the mid-1870s, the growing number of important funerary papyri reaching the west, as well as other objects in circulation on the local antiquities market gave the game away.

Mohammed then took the officials of the Antiquities Society to Deir el Bahri. He showed them the actual tomb chamber, which contained coffins of some of ancient Egypts greatest Kings of the New Kingdom. The funerary trappings had disappeared, the gold sarcophagi had been melted down, and the mummies had even been re-wrapped. But there they lay, beside the mummies of non-royal mummies.

Since Gaston Maspero was in France by this time, Emile Brugsch, an assistant at the museum in Bulaq, was called in to investigate the find. As he lowered himself into the shaft, Brugsch saw a low corridor piled high with "cases of porcelain funerary offerings, metal and alabaster vessels, draperies, trinkets, and then around a passage, a cluster of mummy casesin such numbers"

The mummies of kings that were found in this cache were Seqenenre-Taa, who had fought the Hyksos and bore a great head wound as apparent evidence, Ahmose I, the founder of the New Kingdom, Amenhotep I, the first three Tutmosids, Seti I, Ramesses II, III and IX, and the coffin of Ramesses I. Within a matter of days, the tomb was emptied, and its occupants, in excess of 50 kings, princes, and courtiers, with almost 6,000 accompanying objects, were sent to Bulaq (Cairo).

Prior to this find, it was already clear that each king was buried separately and independently of his predecessor(s). And each burial certainly had beautiful coffins, and funerary objects lain to rest with them. So why this jumbled collection? And why were some of the coffins in such poor condition, not truly suited to their royal tenants.



One indication of the reason for this reburial was the following text written in ink on the bandages of the mummy of Ramesses II:

"Year 15, 3rd month of Akhet, Day 6: Day of bringing the Osiris king Usermaatre-setepenre (Ramesses II), Life! Prosperity! And Health!, to renew him and to bury him in the tomb of the Osiris king Menmaatre-Seti (I) Life! Prosperity! Health! By the high priest of Pinudjem."

So apparently the mummy of Ramesses II had been removed from his tomb, and re-buried in the tomb of Seti I, and then both those mummies and that of Ramesses I, had been removed and reburied within the tomb of Queen Inhapy. With these movements, the kings had lost most of their original burial equipment along the way. Gaston Maspero speculated that these constant moves were prompted by the attentions of tomb-robbers at the end of the New Kingdom. However, experts today believe that the stripping of the dead had not been done by local robbers, but by the state itself, hungry for gold at a time of economic decline. Evidence for this theory comes from the discovery of the funerary equipment and jewels for these earlier kings turning up, reused, in the burials at Tanis of their 21st and 22nd Dynasty successors.

Maspero decided that the mummies fell into two groups, one, dating from the Second Intermediate and New Kingdom periods, poorly coffined, and the second, better equipped and dating from the later Third Intermediate Period.



The final royal resting-place at Deir el-Bahri where these 50+ coffins were found was the family vault of the Theban high priest Pinudjem II, whose relations had occupied the end chamber of the tomb. Several decades later, after Year 11 of Shoshenq I in the 22nd Dynasty, the priestly family was joined by these battered royal mummies.

But the cache of royal mummies found at Deir el-Bahri was not the only one of its kind. In 1898 Victor Loret, excavating in the Valley of the Kings, not only discovered the tomb of Amenhotep II, but another royal cache in the tomb itself. Thirteen mummies, including those of Amenhotep II, Seti II, and Siptah, lay in this second cache.

In the same room with the magnificent royal sarcophagus, Loret found other corpses, scattered everywhere. The first, thought to be King Sethnakht of the 20th Dynasty, had been laid out on the battered hull of one of Amenhotep IIs wooden model boats, left in the antechamber to the tomb.

Three further mummies were found, without coffins, and stripped of their bandages. They were neatly placed in a side-room leading off the burial chamber. The first had long flowing hair and a thick veil on her forehead and left eye. This was the mummy later called "The Elder Lady" (later identified as Nefertiti). The second mummy was that of a young boy, his head shaved except on the right temple, where the sidelock of youth flowed. The third mummy was that of a youthful woman, whose face showed evidence of a dislocated jaw. All three corpses had had their skulls pierced with a large hole, and the breast of each was opened. Experts studying the corpses believe this happened when the bodies were robbed, in order to unwrap the bandages faster and take the amulets and jewelry.



The second side chamber contained nine more bodies, with their wrappings intact, but placed in a variety of ramshackle coffins. Loret soon discovered cartouches on the coffins, and realized that he had found yet another royal cache. He determined that the mummies had been re-buried into the tomb of Amenhotep II at the turn of the 2nd millennium BCE. At that time, Amenhotep II himself had also been "restored." However, everything of any value had been stripped from the coffins.

Amenhotep II was there, of course, in his red quartzite sarcophagus but placed in a coffin inscribed for the much later king Ramesses III, and covered with a lid inscribed for Seti II; Tuthmosis IV was there, and Merenptah in the lower part of a coffin inscribed for Setnakht, Seti II, Siptah, Ramesses IV, Ramesses V and Ramesses VI. The last of these mummies was an anonymous female lying on the upturned lid of a coffin inscribed for Setnakht. The heads of Siptah, Seti II, Ramesses IV, Ramesses VI and possibly even Ramesses V all bore similar cranial holes to those found on the bodies of Siptah and the others.

In early 1901, the guards watching over this tomb were overpowered, and the tomb itself rifled once again. The mummy that had been laid in the boat vanished, and the mummy of Amenhotep II itself was unwrapped, the amulets and jewels stolen and one arm even torn off.









One of the truly interesting things that the Albino people did to facilitate their falsification of history, was to make Blacks ignorant of what other Blacks around the world looked like. They managed to convince Blacks that the only True Blacks/Negroes were those with particular features: i.e. very dark skin, tightly curled hair, low nose bridge, wide nostrils, very full lips, and often Prognathic. The actual fact is that very few Blacks really look like that, and simply looking around at other Blacks should have dispelled that lie, but strangely, many Blacks believed the definition of themselves offered by the Albino people.


Just a few of the almost countless phenotypes within the Black/Human Race.














(As a reminder - All Human DNA is African, just as all Cranial attributes are African. Any form that can be found outside of Africa, is also found IN Africa. European Albinos and Mongol peoples are merely Albino and mulatto subsets of particular types of Africans).






Another trick was to use black and white photographs, as opposed to color pictures, to convince us that the ancient Egyptians were White. A favorite for that purpose was Yuya, father of Queen Tiye.





But as we can clearly see from the color photograph, Yuya's skin - to borrow a phrase - is "Packed with Melanin."


That phrase was borrowed from this study:

Determination of optimal rehydration, fixation and staining methods for histological and immunohistochemical analysis of mummified soft tissues

by A-M Mekota , M Vermehren
Department of Biology I, Biodiversity Research/Anthropology and Department of Veterinary Anatomy II , Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany
Submitted January 8, 2002; revised May 4, 2004; accepted August 12, 2004

During an excavation headed by the German Institute for Archaeology, Cairo, at the tombs of the nobles in Thebes-West, Upper Egypt, three types of tissues from different mummies were sampled to compare 13 well known rehydration methods for mummified tissue with three newly developed methods.

We devised a grading system to compare and to rate each procedure for its degree of tissue con- servation, histological and histochemical staining properties, the specificity of immunohistochemical staining methods, and the degree of fungal penetration into the tissue.

Skin sections showed particularly good tissue preservation, although cellular outlines were never distinct. Although much of the epidermis had already separated from the dermis, the remaining epidermis often was preserved well (Fig. 1). The basal epithelial cells were packed with melanin as expected for specimens of Negroid origin. In the dermis, the hair follicles, hair, and sebaceous and sweat glands were readily apparent (Fig. 2). Blood vessels, but no red blood cells, and small peripheral nerves were identified unambiguously (Fig. 3). The subcutaneous layer showed loose connective tissue fibers attached to the dermis, and fat cell remnants were observed. To evaluate the influence of postmortum tissue decay by micro-organisms, the samples were tested for the presence of fungi using silver staining. Fungi were observed in some samples and were widespread in both epidermis and dermis. The molecular preservation of the antigen determinants, due to tissue preservation, determines the accuracy of the immunohis- tological stains. Depending on the rehydration or fixation procedure, specific immunohisto- chemical detections of single antigens were specific. Fig. 1. Ancient Egyptian skin. Epidermis, dermis and sweat glands rehydrated with solution III and fixed with formaldehyde. H & E. 200)/. Fig. 2. Ancient Egyptian skin. Sebaceous gland rehy- drated with solution III.


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Another such example is with Thutmosis IV







Here is Thutmosis IV's son, Amenhotep III








Not much question that was a Black family:

nor that the ancient Egyptians were Black people, is there?

Yet the Albinos and their Mulattoes keep trying.







Here are some more examples of dubious identifications of Egyptian Mummies








Note that Queen Tiye's statue shows a strong, wide chin. Whereas the mummy shows a narrow, pointy chin.














































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