By Jide Uwechia
Were Ancient Egyptians Black Africans? You tell me.
Barack Obama visited the shrine of his forefathers in Egypt June 04, 2009. He got a very personal close up tour of the Pyramids and other ancient sites of ancient Egypt courtesy of the curator of the Egyptian museum Hawis.
Upon getting into one of the tombs, one could not help but notice the very striking resemblance between President Obama and the portrait of the Egyptian dignitary buried in the tomb. The name of the ancient Egyptian dignitary was Kar. One must note here that spelt backwards Barack comes up as “Karab” (omitting the “c” which is just a variation of the spelling convention). “Kar-ab” does sound very close to “Kar” the man buried in the Egyptian tomb. In ancient Khemit “ab” is a word that designates the heart. Kar-ab could then mean “the heart of Kar”. Is Barack the heart of Kar?
Kar lived about 4,600 years ago in ancient Egypt. Kar was a great and devoted Black African (Khemitian) who had served one of the Pharaohs of Egypt. Just like President Barack, Father Kar was a priest, a scholar, a lawyer and an advocate. He later became a great judge.
According to reports and video footages coming out of this visit, the portrait of Kar looked eerily similar to President Barack Obama. The resemblance was so much that he, Obama was the first one to point this out in complete astonishment. Others visiting with him were called over to view the portrait of Kar and without doubt all confirmed the close similarity between this ancient judge and the modern President, including the famous big ears.
Zahi Hawas, the two-faced curator of Egyptian antiquities who constantly down plays the fact that Egypt was a Black African civilization was suddenly falling over his head to confirm the amazing physical resemblance between Obama and the ancient Egyptian dignitaries.
According to Hawas, President Obama looked like King Tut, the same king that Hawas had slyly sought to depict as a pale skin so-called white man barely two years ago. Yet, standing before the Black President and King, Mister Hawas made this recantation: “Mister President, you look like King Tut. It’s true. I said this the whole time – two years ago. You were a king in ancient Egypt.”