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Benben. The Benben mound cannot be found in Egypt because it is actually located in Nigeria, in

Igbo Ukwu.  As in the case of the Benben, the Igbo Ukwu covenant mound is also believed to be

the spot where God Stepped Down.   Accordingly, it  is  called Oda, which  means ‘Place of

Stepping Down’. Oda is the Primeval Covenant Mound of all Ndi Igbo, and functions as the

Judgement Seat of God – and as such is also called Ebe – which means ‘Place of Judgement’. As

the Highest Arbiter of all Ndi Igbo, this Mound is the Ebe of all Ebes in Igbo land50, or Ebe Ebe,

which sounds like the Egyptian word Benben. It appears that it was Igbo Ukwu Primeval Mound

which gave rise to all the mound habitations created by early men mound-builders around the

world. In fact in They Lived Before Adam, we had shown that ancient mound builders in the

British Isles (3,000 B.C.) had left behind artefacts still in use in Igbo land such as ichi and craved

ivory horns – Igbo symbols of royalty and authority.51

Our work gave a relatively extensive illustration of the fact that Afa, a language of nature

still in use by the Igbo Shaman52, is the origin of words that cut across several languages in the

world including Sanskrit.53 Igbo language spoken today originated directly from Afa, which in

itself is a cosmic language, and, as we demonstrated in The Lost Testament, the bearer of the

Sirian linguistic, cultural and genetic bloodline, which we find to have been handed down to

humankind through the Igbo cosmos. This explains the use of Igbo language in the Hebrew

Torah version of the story of Creation.54

RIVER NIGER/YAM SUFF: THE BEARER OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS

The River Niger was known as Yam Suff  (or Stream of Osiris) to the Egyptians, because

50 Information from Eze Ononobi Igbo – the current inhabitant of the original home of Igbo – the ancestor of the Igbo.

51 Pages 208, 209, 349

52 Called Dibia Afa in Igbo; see the work of Emeritus Professor John Umeh, After God is Dibia, 1997

53 See The Lost Testament, p. 283 - 284

54 See Acholonu, C.O., “Igbo language: A Former Global Lingua Franca and the Mother of Semitic Languages“, Paper Presented at the Igbo Studies Association Conference, Washington, D.C., April 8th– 9th, 2011

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