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in a flying ship (the Ark), raised a plateau over the waters, and there began the Nri system of

professional priesthood. He taught the natives agriculture, metal-working and basic technologies

as well as commerce. Angulu Onwuejeogwu 22 and Lawrence Emeka23 in two separate studies

on the subject, confirmed that this god, who was called Eri, conquered the people’s resistance

through his mystical powers. In The Emerald Tablet Thoth actually boasted that he used mystical

powers to overcome the resistance of the natives and that he thereafter dwelt among them and

inaugurated a civilization which gave the Khemites an edge over all other humans at the time.

OSIRIS/OBATALA/KHEM/KUSH/HAM/RAMA; MANY NAMES FOR THE SAME AFRICAN GOD

Edgar Cayce, America’s sleeping prophet gave readings confirming that mythological

Egypt was an off-shoot of Atlantis, and that cave-men were its original inhabitants.24

In They Lived Before Adam, we amassed plenty of  evidence, based on similarities of character

and deeds between the various gods mentioned in the mythologies we were studying, that indeed

the god entity whom the Yoruba called Obatala, the ancestor of the Igbo nation, was the same

person whom the Egyptians called Khem, the founder of Khemet (Egypt), the Bini called Idu

and the Hebrew Bible called Ham. This entity was known as Rama/Yama among the Indians

and as Osiris by the Greeks and latter-day Egyptians. As Kush, this god was the founder of

Hindu Kush – another name for India, as well as the Ethiopian  and  Sumerian  civilizations.

The discovery of the identity of this god and his role in the global dissemination of an indigenous

African culture that created the Ikom monoliths, Nok and Igbo Ukwu, with Igbo Ukwu as its

capital was fundamental. Indeed Egyptian and other global mythologies had noted that a hero

“whom a local African god had made immortal” had travelled round the world bringing writing

22 Angulu Onwuejeogwu, Afa Symbolism and Phenomenology, 1997

23 Lawrence Emeka, “Eri – The Founder of the Igbo Nation”, Uwa: Ndi Igbo, No 2, 1976

24 Evans Edgar Cayce, Edgar Cayce on Atlantis, 1999.

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