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sixty years ago as to why the artefacts excavated at Igbo-Ukwu were Indian in style, imagery and

craftsmanship.7 It became obvious that there was a Pre-historic cultural and historical link

between Igbo Ukwu, India and Egypt in particular and the Middle East in general.8  

In They Lived Before Adam, our researchers pursued these questions, and in The Lost

Testament, we answered them. We also answered the million dollar question posed by Thurstan

Shaw which no one has been able to answer since he excavated Igbo Ukwu, namely, Who was

the royal personage buried at Igbo Ukwu whose bones  were  found lying  in  the  midst of a

whooping 110,000 coloured carnelian-beads, and who wore a copper crescent crown or a tiara, a

whirling sun disc on both sides of the temple, and also a copper breast-plate? Our discovery in

this regard, which will forever change modern history, will not be revealed in this paper, but can

only be read in our book – The Lost Testament of the Ancestors of Adam: Unearthing Helio-

polis/Igbo Ukwu – The Celestial City of the Gods of Egypt and India. We  also  pursued  the

question of Igbo origins, because in all our studies, we had consistently encountered foreign

words of similar sounds and meanings with Igbo words, in most of the languages and cultures

we studied from various continents such as Asia, Europe, Middle East and the Americas. This

phenomenon is called cognate by linguists.  Cognates are  proof  of  language  relationship,

common origin  of  languages,  or  borrowing from one language by another, possibly across vast

distances. 9 As such, our discovery of Igbo cognates in languages spoken on several continents of

the globe suggested that Igbo was likely originated from some Mother Language of humanity, or

7 Thurstan Shaw, Unearthing Igbo Ukwu, 1977 and Ekpo Eyo, Two Thousand Years of

Nigerian Art, 1990

8 Our findings would seem to confirm the claims of Runoko Rashidi and Clyde Winters in several studies on the Egyptian/African origins of Indian civilizations and Dravidian peoples, see Bibliography.

9 See Meritt Ruhlen, The Origin of Language – Tracing the Evolution of the Mother Tongue, 1994 where this theory is propounded. See also Charles William Johnson, The Sound of Meaning, Comparative Linguistics of Ancient Egyptian, Maya and Nahuatl, 1999

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