The Council of Nicea in pictures – By Oguejiofo Annu

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Emperor Constantine, Black Roman Emperor sitting on his throne with his Bishops.

Above and below you will find paintings of the original council of Nicea and the persons who sat on it.

Most of the paintings come from the Russian orthodox church. That church has never been shy about its relationship with the ancient Muurs and Ethiopian founders of Christianity.

Look at Emperor Constantine, another Black and Moorish Roman Emperor. He stands in the middle.

Behold all the great Muurish and Ethiopian Bishops sand Cardinals of those times.

Behold and recall again. This was Rome, in its hey days. This was the Roma that created the Christianity.

A picture is worth a thousand words.

Oguejiofo Annu


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7 thoughts on “The Council of Nicea in pictures – By Oguejiofo Annu”

  1. The deeper we look, the blacker are the foundations of everything. Black People are the nucleus of the Creation… God Bless the people behind this website. Amen

  2. Remember as you look deeper yyou are covering a chronological period of time. That today was built off of that before. That today can not have more validity than that which it was built off of. Did you give birth to your mother?

  3. IAM SO GLAD TO COME UPON THIS WEB SITE AND GLAD TO SEE THAT MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS ARE STILL STANDING FOR TRUTH ENCOURAGEING YOU TO GET MORE WEBSITES UP AND IF YOU NEED MY HELP IAM ALL FOR IT.

  4. When reading Steward Synopsis and looking back at the limited history/propaganda I was taught at school, on the council of nicea during 325AD the is no mentioning of Constantine’s race or should I say as to how much his pigmentation remained an-altered to that of the original human kind.
    Thanks a lot for the enlightenment.

  5. I compared this picture to what is posted on Wiki’s page and I damn near had a heart-attack. Every pic is incredibly white-washed!! This exact one even! I remember learning about this event while either in undergrad or grad, but we never focused on ethnicity. I would have never known this.

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