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Osere Igbo, which according to our studies means ‘Obatala the Sun King and Son of Igbo’.

According to Euba, Ifa says that Obatala was the incarnation of the First Son of God, whose

other name was Ela. Ifa says that Igbo is the name of the God whose might destroyed Atlantis.

Accordingly, the Yoruba name for ‘Almighty God’ is Igbo Olodumare. 30

The discovery that Khem who founded Egypt, was the same West African god who

founded Igbo Ukwu and related civilizations of ancient Nigeria, meant that mythological Egypt

ruled by the gods was located in ancient Nigeria, and that the Nubian hero, Menes, who founded

latter-day Egypt in North Africa might have been a Nigerian.

CHUKWU/OLODUMARE/ELE: THE IGBO GOD WHO SANK ATLANTIS

According to Euba’s reading of Ifa, the Almighty Olodumare was the God who fought

the great cosmic war between Good and Evil, a war which Ifa calls “the Great Igbo Battle”, as a

result of which the word Igbo became an awe-inspiring word which strikes fear and trepidation

whenever it is spoken.  This God is the same entity whom Thoth claims in The Emerald Tablet

was the Great God who sank Atlantis for their sins against humanity. Thoth was a servant of this

God. And it was this God that commanded Thoth to leave Atlantis and go and take refuge in the

land of  Khem in order to escape being drowned by the Deluge. The Igbo call this God Chukwu.

Thoth says in The Emerald Tablet that this God lives under the earth in a place called Amenti or

the Duat. Thus Thoth’s claim in The Emerald Tablet that while in the Land of Khem he (Thoth)

“blasted then a path to Amenti” can be understood as a reference to the Long Juju of Arochukwu

– a cave route to the underground residence of the god whom the Aro call Ukpabi or Chukwu

(Almighty God). They  call  this  underground  residence Ubini Ukpabi, which translates  as

‘Tomb  Palace  of  God’ -  (Obi ini  Ukpabi) – an  underground  route  which  was instrumental

30 See Titi Euba, index 3 above.

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