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Amexem

The First True and Divine Name of Ancient Africa

     
Amexem Map
     
CHAPTER XLVII
EGYPT, THE CAPITAL EMPIRE OF THE DOMINION OF AFRICA
     
1. The inhabitants of Africa are the descendants of the ancient Canaanites from the land of Canaan.
     
2. Old man Cush and his family are the first inhabitants of Africa who came from the land of Canaan.
     
3. His father Ham and his family were second. Then came the word Ethiopia, which means the demarcation line of the dominion of Amexem, the first true and divine name of Africa. The dividing of the land between the father and the son.
     
4. The dominion of Cush, North-East and South-East Africa and North-West and South-West was his father's dominion of Africa.
     
5. In later years many of their bretheren from Asia and the Holy Lands joined them.
     
6. The Moabites from the land of Moab who received permission from the Pharaohs of Egypt to settle and inhabit North-West Africa; they were the founders and are the true possessors of the present Moroccan Empire. With their Canaanite, Hittite, and Amorite bretheren who sojourned from the land of Canaan seeking new homes.
     
7. Their dominion and inhabitation extended from North-East and South-West Africa, across great Atlantis even unto the present North, South, and Central America and also Mexico and the Atlantis Islands; before the great earthquake, which caused the great Atlantic Ocean.
     
[MHK Ch. 47]
     
     
Editor's Note: The land called "America" today had many names in the past and was part of other land masses that do not exist in today's continental topology. Amexem was an ancient name for a geographical region which included what is known today as Africa, the Middle East, North America and South America.
     
     
Amexem Atlantis Islands
     
TAINO MOORS OF AMEXEM
     
Prior to 15th century European Demo Colonialism, the Taino Moors of the Atlantis Islands (Greater Antilles), managed a federated governmental system with multiple sub-groups on the following islands: Xamayca (Jamaica), Cubanakan (Cuba), Haiti (Hispaniola), Boriquen (Puerto Rico), Bahamas, and Turks & Caicos. There also was a small Taino presence on the west coast of Bimini (Florida). Trade, commerce and inter-marriage between sub-groups was managed effectively and efficiently within the boundaries of systemic control.
     
The Tainos were an Arawak speaking tribal set. Twenty other nearby tribes also spoke Arawak, including the Guanahatabey and the Island & Mainland Caribs. Linguistically, Arawak is considered a proto-Arabic language.
     

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