Modern fashion could not be what it is today without the presence of lipsticks. Lipsticks were with us for thousands of years, and they will remain with as long fashion exists. Since the dawn of prehistoric times, humans always had the need to distinguish themselves among others. Clothes, shoes, tools, jewelry and cosmetics were first of […]Read More
Posts tagged equator
Scientists explains why women of color ages 10 to 20 years slower
Do YOU have the younger gene? Scientists identify genetic recipe that knocks years off our age – and you’re twice as likely to have it if you are black. Harvard scientists led a study involving almost one million people with private genetic database 23andMe and found one in ten white and a fifth of black […]Read More
Controversial Theory Of Ancient Earth’s Equator?
Charles Hapgood advocated the Earth crust displacement theory in a book entitled The Path of the Poles. Hapgood supported this theory with geomagnetic and carbon dated evidence. In a book entitled When the Sky Fell, Rose and Rand Flem-Ath also advocate the Earth crust displacement theory, with additional geological and archaeological evidence. Both of these […]Read More
Why Do More Species Live Near the Equator?
The Earth bulges slightly at the Equator; the “average” diameter of the Earth is 12,750 kilometres (7,922 mi), but the diameter at the Equator is about 43 kilometres (27 mi) greater than at the poles. –activewild.com Locations on the Equator experience the quickest sunrises and sunsets because the sun moves nearly perpendicular to the horizon for most […]Read More
Why do Africans & African descendants pour liquor onto the floor in honor of the dead?
Cultural Similarities: Libation was part of ancient Egyptian society where it was a drink offering to honor and please the various divinities, sacred ancestors, humans present and not present, as well as the environment. It is suggested that libation originated somewhere in the upper Nile Valley and spread out to other regions of Africa and […]Read More
Model: Margarida Francisco
Nationality: Angolan Ethnicity: African She stands at 5’9 ft tall. Ms. Francisco was a National Finalist for ELITE MODEL LOOK ANGOLA 2011. Eve, is that you? This woman is gorgeous and we would like to see more of her. She is a Glamour model as well, if the opportunity is given. The colorful make-up looks great with her […]Read More
The Adungu Harp of Uganda & other African Lyres like the Kora is almost identical to the ancient Egyptian Arched harp?
THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN HARP Elaborately decorated model arched harp: the underside of the soundbox, which is in the shape of a ladle, is rounded and finely carved. It ends in a human head, turned slightly to the left, with lengthy wig and double crown. The Adungu Harp of Uganda is strikingly similar to an example […]Read More
DNA test proves some East Africans are descendants of Chinese sailors shipwrecked on Kenya’s shores 600 years ago
Their ancestors were said to be from indigenous women who intermarried with Chinese Ming sailors when they were shipwrecked. The earliest contacts between Kenya and China. Six centuries later, the descendants of these Chinese sailors are visible in Lamu where China’s ancient Maritime Silk road terminates. In Siyu village, archaeologists have discovered artifacts like porcelain and […]Read More
Theorizing Ancient Solar Flare or Sola Rays that possibly scorched our Skin & Hair?
I’m just theorizing if it was a gradual process or unexpected and extreme that lead us looking the way we do today.- Sola The Sun’s Wrath: Worst Solar Storms in History A similar event could wreak significant havoc today. That’s because our modern technology, including satellites, radio transmissions and power grids, could be seriously hampered […]Read More
Descendants of the Sun
What Countries Does the Equator Run Through in Africa? In Africa, the equator runs along for almost 2500 miles, passing through 6 countries, and ironically the list does not include Equatorial Guinea. The six countries in Africa the equator does run through include: Gabon, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Kenya and Somalia. […]Read More
Alternative visual concept for “GODS Of EGYPT” movie
Please keep in mind that Egypt was invaded numerous times in the past. –“The Sorceress”, illustrated by Chris Dacus They could cast actors that looks similar to the people in the Maghreb Region & as far down the Nile River which is an international river that flows through 11 countries that include Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Uganda, […]Read More
Take your Vitamin D Supplement?
Women lose bone mass more rapidly than men? – spice4life Who’s most at risk for deficiency? People who have limited sun exposure or people who have dark skin in areas with weaker sunlight are also at risk since their skin exposure may not be adequate to make enough vitamin D. Breastfed infants are most at risk for […]Read More
3,000 Year Old Egyptian Woman with 70 HAIR EXTENSIONS Intact
The only way is EGYPT! 3,000-year-old remains of woman unearthed with 70 hair extensions tied in intricate layers. The pieces were elaborate creations, with one recently uncovered in an Egyptian coffin made up of 70 elaborate extensions fastened together. Out of 100 skulls analysed, 28 still had hair. The type of hair ranged from curly black […]Read More
Dark Skin May Have Evolved to Protect Against Skin Cancer
At one time, natural selection may have favored those who had the darkest variations in skin color to protect against ultraviolet radiation.PHOTOGRAPH ABOVE BY SARAH LEEN, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Greaves, who studies the role that disease plays in human evolution, believes his study adds credence to the idea that when earlier hominids shed their shaggy hair […]Read More