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diggy
06-18-2008, 04:23 AM
THE AFRICAN ROOTS OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
TARIQ SAWANDI, M.H.


The African role in early Asian civilization has been submerged and distorted for centuries. Asia's African roots are well summarized in "African Presence in Early Asia" by Ivan Van Sertima/Runoko Rashidi, and "African Presence in Early China" by James Brunson. The original oriental people were Black and many of them still are Black - in southern China and Asia. The earliest occupants of Asia were "small black (pygmies)" who came to the region as early as 50,000 years ago. In "The Children of the Sun", George Parker writes "....it appears that the entire continent of Asia was originally the home of many black races and that theses races were the pioneers in establishing the wonderful civilizations that have flourished throughout this vast continent." Reports of major kingdoms ruled by Blacks are frequent in Chinese documents. Chinese historians described the Fou Nanese people of China as "small and black". The Ainus, Japan's oldest known inhabitants have traditions which tell of a race of dark dwarfs which inhabited Japan before they did. Historians Cheikh Anta Diop and Albert Churchward saw the Ainus as originating in Egypt! There is archaeological support for this. In addition, ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia records the "Anu" (Ainu). The Anu are the same people who occupied Egypt for thousands of years. These same people are recorded to have made large migrations to the Asian continent taking with them thousands of years of African-Egyptian knowledge and influence.


This explains the existence of man-made pyramids in China and Japan! China's pyramids are located near Siang Fu city in the Shensi province. The Chinese do not know how they got there, but it is believed that Africans of the Nile Valley were the builders. (J. Perry: The Growth of Civilization, p. 106, 107).


African Development of Ancient Chinese Medicine
Ancient Chinese medicine dates back to the Shang Dynasty founded by the African-Mongolian King T'ang, or Ta. (1500-1000 B.C.). The Shang (or Chiang) and Chou dynasties were credited with bringing together the elements of Chinese medical theory. The Shang were given the name of Nakhi (Na-Black, Khi-man). Under this Black dynasty, the Chinese established the basic forms of a graceful calligraphy that has lasted to the present day. The first Chinese emperor, the legendary Fu-Hsi (2953-2838 B.C.) was a woolly haired Black man. He is said to have originated the I Ching, or The Book of Change, which is the oldest most revered system of prophecy. It is known to have influenced the most distinguished philosophers of Chinese medicine and thought.


Many of the great concepts of Chinese medical science which was compiled during the Shang period were later developed during the Han Dynasty (168 B.C. to 8 A.D.). During this period, medicine reflected the philosophical ideas associated in the earlier Chou and Shang period. The Han began to fuse Shang medical concepts with outlooks from the philosophical ideas of Confucius (551-479 B.C.). Toward that end, they generated a scheme which explained all phenomena in relation to the whole. Under this system, all natural phenomena including the human body and the organs were organized within the system of "Yin" and Yang" and the "five elements", or what is also called the "five phases" theory...



http://www.blackherbals.com/african_roots_of_traditional_chinese_med.htm

Edgar Erebus
06-18-2008, 08:14 AM
African-Mongolian King T'ang...?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/45/Xie026-1-.jpg


Okay, whatever.





Of course whole Chinese folks came from Africa - after all, that's where human breed started, right?

Edgar Erebus
06-18-2008, 08:19 AM
Ancient Chinese medicine dates back to the Shang Dynasty founded by the African-Mongolian King T'ang, or Ta. (1500-1000 B.C.). The Shang (or Chiang) and Chou dynasties were credited with bringing together the elements of Chinese medical theory.


The first Chinese emperor, the legendary Fu-Hsi....



This is wrong.


The first chinese emperor was as well legendary Huangdi (Yellow emperor. Not black, yellow). He writed the first medical book, Huangdi Neijing, in collaboration with his court physician.

It is possible that he was named "yellow" for being of different color than ordinary folks there, but it'd also imply that there was already a race of yellow people, co-existing with Blacks, at the time when Chinese civilization started.

TSA
06-18-2008, 08:21 AM
this is disgusting. diggy your a fag for this one.


anyways, africans have their own noteworthy system of medicine. The plants they've been using to cure sicknesses for 1000s of years is being used in newly 'discovered' medicine.

it's also the birthplace of surgery.


but once again that's ignored so that the racially insecure can try to black wash another cultures medical system because white people respect that culture and therefore its more important and noteworthy then their own.


fuck off homie

TSA
06-18-2008, 08:22 AM
and ya, the first chinese emperor was Chin Shu Huangdi ya gay. and there's pictures of his pale ass

BTTR KNG KOOL
06-18-2008, 08:31 AM
true story

i have friend in hong kong who says that chinese medicine tastes awful and causes stomach pains.... i said, dont eat pills tho. That shit will kill u for sho

Heres some Nakhi for u

http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0gCI0aBgk63Cy/610x.jpg

WuLatino- MANGANI
06-18-2008, 08:40 AM
No offense, Diggy, but this is common sense for the most part- especially the statement that Africans migrated to Asia about 50,000 years ago. I am not saying this evidence is clear and present in our daily lives, rather that if it has already been established that modern humans originated in Africa about 200,000 years ago, it comes to no surprise that anyone would claim factually or theoretically that Africans migrated to Asia 50,000 years ago. I don't know how this knowledge has been "supressed and distorted" unless you've been living in a cave for the past 20 years, but this is not revolutionary information.

Just a thought...

TSA
06-18-2008, 09:05 AM
and if this is 'knwaledgeg' cause africans migrated to china....didn't africans migrate to everywhere?

wouldn't it be non unique to proving that the ppl were african? after all the irish were african in that sense.
gaywad.

WuLatino- MANGANI
06-18-2008, 06:22 PM
but once again that's ignored so that the racially insecure can try to black wash another cultures medical system because white people respect that culture and therefore its more important and noteworthy then their own.

-My words exactly... on another post.

HANZO
06-18-2008, 06:33 PM
African-Mongolian King????

Edgar Erebus
06-20-2008, 01:07 PM
(Noticed how Diggy never responded in his own thread?)

diggy
06-20-2008, 06:54 PM
Most of you all have nothing positive to contribute to this thread.

I've provided links to articles written by scholars, none of you provided anything worthy of much attention.

TSA
06-20-2008, 09:24 PM
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