6 thoughts on “SaRaSutenSeti: THE HINDU KUSHITE EMPIRE”

  1. Concise, Precise, Fast-Paced, furious, PURE COLD FACTS!


    When are Afrika’s academia going to mainstream these truths of I and I?

    Are they waiting for approval from greco-roman, judeo-christian,anglo-saxon & arabo-islamic intelligntsia?

    Are they crazy or lazy?


    Thanks for the post and Suten Seti

    Hotep, Rastafari!

    1. By evidence “Sarasuten-Seti” can be compared by the Hausa term ” Sarautan-Seti”= Reign of Seti.

      SARAuta= Kingship

      SARKi= King, like in the dynasty of SHARQi ( Sultanate of Jaunpur)13th to 14 century in India by Habshi kings.

      So, the term “SERECK” in ancient egyptian, which was a symbol of the first pharaohs could be spelled “SARKI” instead of SERECK (there was no syllabus in ancient egyptian alphabets)
      SARKI was the name of a mythologic SERPENT in Hausa legend.
      The mythologic serpent is also present in ethiopian legend in which , Agabo father of Queen Makeda killed the serpent.

      In Hausa Legend, Bayajida killed the serpent and married the Queen of Daura.

      The name “Agabo” is a proper name in Hausa.

      The people of Hausa are called Habshawas/ Hausawas and an individual ” Ba-Habshi/ Ba-Haushe”.

      A bit of Indian’s History that prove that hausa people were of ancient egyptian’s stock. This evidence came out in the name of Baba Ghuri’s siter Mai MISRA= Ruler or Owner of Misra (Egypt) who according to sidi’s legend came from Africa with an army to help her brother to combat the demon Goddess.
      Mai Misra killed the goddess with a stroke of her wooden shoe.
      The event was said to took place within the 14th century, but this could be earlier than that…….

      ” According to legend, Ghor is considered to have come from Kano in Nigeria(Hausaland), who travelled to Sudan and Mecca after which he came to India with his companions. A wealthy merchant, he got to know about agate (akik) and other semi-precious stones like jasper and carnelian and started its mining near Rajpipla and export of jewellery from Khambhat, Ghor moved across the Gulf of Cambay and settled near Bharuch.
      In 1515, Duarte Barbossa, a Portuguese traveller, wrote in his travelogue that Baba Ghor had already become a brand by that time , Duarte Barbossa wrote that brands created by Baba Ghor became very popular outside India. Historians said that Ghor worked as a rally point for many African descendants, who came from various parts of the continent, including Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan and Zanzibar.
      He became so popular, that a variety of agate came to be known as Baba Ghor while another stone was named after his sister and successor, Mai Mariyam, also known as Mai Misra (Ruler of MISRA in Hausa). .

      The legends of Baba Ghuri/Ghor and the Ratanpur Rakshisha are not mere fantasy, for they serve the truth as symbols. Ghor represents the coming of Islam, the loss of the old gods, the destruction of the temples, and the forgetting of the old ways. A new dispensation came to Ratanpur and the agate bead industry, and as a result the age-old commerce changed its focus as Cambay replaced Limodra as the lapidary center. Ghor is alive for the Siddis and other Muslims in whose hands the industry is still concentrated. In a very real sense Ghor did encounter the Ratanpur Rakshisha. The Indian agate bead industry has never been the same since, nor can it be understood without taking their battle into account.
      Homage paid to Baba Ghor’s tomb was first recorded by the seventeenth century historian Ad-Dabir. He said that the young King of Gujarat, Qutbuddin Ahmed Shah, in 1452 paid a visit of respect to the Saint of God, BABA Ghor, may his grave be sanctified. He proceeded then to Broach (Lokhand-wala, 1970, 4).
      Emperor Akbar asked that all beads in India might be made in the shape of Babaghuri, he also made coin in that shape”

      The Shrine of Baba Ghuri (Ghuri=ambition in hausa), The Shrine of Bawa (proper name=servant of God/or simply, servant in Hausa), the shrine of Mai Misra (owner/ruler of Misra=Egypt) etc are till today visited by many muslims in India and abroad..

  2. Flora Shaw’s (Mrs Lugard’s, wife of thecolonial administrator of Nigeria) lost but found treatise on Nigerian ancient civilisation, called Tropical Dependency , 1906

    she wrote about King Pharaoh who marched, with 700,000 soldiers and crossed over to Spain which he conquered and later marched to the city of the Dem Dem which she linked to today’s Bautchi (Bauchi) in Northern Nigeria.

    The Pharaoh which was named Borku/Barku was said to leave at the time of Prophet Yusuf. He stayed for 11 years in what was known as Hausaland but he went on campaigns for search of valuables in interior of Africa for his infrastructure’s projects in MISRA. When he returned back, he left some of his men there.

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