Opportunity

Before the Greeks, Romans and Arabs

First, you should read about Ancient Negro World Trading Expeditions. Read about Negro expeditions to Asia, and the launching of the great ships of Mali in 1310 (two hundred master boats and two hundred supply boats), for the sea expedition of the Mandingo king in 1311, to North and South America.

They Came before Columbus the
African Presence In Ancient America

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The book They Came Before Columbus reveals a compelling, dramatic, and yet superbly detailed documentation of the presence and legacy of Africans in ancient America. Examining navigation and shipbuilding; cultural analogies between Native Americans and Africans; the transportation of plants, animals, and textiles between the continents; and the diaries, journals, and oral accounts of the explorers themselves, Ivan Van Sertima builds a pyramid of evidence to support his claim of an African presence in the New World centuries before Columbus. Combining impressive scholarship with a novelist’s gift for storytelling. Ivan Van Sertima re-creates some of the most powerful scenes of human history: the launching of the great ships of Mali in 1310 (two hundred master boats and two hundred supply boats), the sea expedition of the Mandingo king in 1311, and many others. In this book They Came Before Columbus, we see clearly the unmistakable face and hand print of Negro Africans in pre-Columbian America, and their overwhelming impact on the civilizations they encountered.

African Presence in Early Asia

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There’s a wealth of knowledge in this book. What illustrates the effectiveness of the book are the pictures, as well as the words. It’s one thing to say that there were Negro People in India, who were the founders of civilization, there. It’s another thing to actually show the descendants of those people, clearly Negro people, living in India. The book is impressive.Dr. Rashidi and Dr. Van Sertimais an esteemed scholar. Whose book provides a wealth of knowledge about African heritage, that spans the planet Earth.

Susu Economics: The History of Pan African
Trade, Commerce, Money and Wealth (Pt. 1)

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By Paul Alfred Barton The book, Susu Economics: The History of Pan-African Trade, Commerce, Money and Wealth is one of the most thorough and exciting books which deals with the development of culture and civilization in ancient and prehistoric Africa, and how trade and commerce contributed to the migrations of Africans worldwide and the establishment of cultures and civilizations from the Sahara to India and China, around the globe to ancient Olmec Mexico.  This massive trade network contributed to building the wealth and influence of many ancient African kingdoms and empires such as ancient Egypt, Nubia-Kush, Wagadu-Ghana, Nok, Punt, Zimbabwe and many others. African wealth and influence also spread to parts of Europe when Africans settled parts of Ireland and England as well as Iberia, hundreds of years before Christ. The book examines the trade goods used and commodities traded for thousands of years.

Again, the above books describe in detail ancient Negro accomplishments that span the entire Earth during ancient times, but if you do not have time to read these books about your Negro history, I will very briefly describe why western civilizations called you NEGRO, and I will start with the Greeks.

The Greeks

Archaeologically speaking, the ancient Egyptians “came first” (long before the Greeks) as an advanced civilization in Africa. This is proven by studying archaeological finds in Egypt that predates anything found in Greece. The first Egyptian dynastic period started with the reign of Egypt’s first King, Menes (Narmer) that started in approximately 3100 BC, and even that date is disputed, some experts insist it startedin 5000 BC. Nevertheless, Menes founded the first capital of ancient Egypt at Memphis. The civilization ended with the death of Cleopatra VII in 30 BC. During this very long period of time, the country of Egypt remained one united independent land. Just think about that for a minute! It lasted over 3,000 years. When you think of the raise and fall of counties today, this time period seems impossible, almost mythical, in belief. But it’s historically true. When the Greeks began to arrive in Egypt, they came peacefully as students, to study at the feet of wise Egyptian scholars and priest, to learn what Negros already knew. When the Greeks first traveled to Africa, the ancient Egyptian civilization was, as stated above, already ancient. The Great Pyramid was well over 3,000 years old and the sphinx was even older than that. Writing, science, medicine and religion were already a part of the Egyptian civilization and had reached their zenith.

Egyptians, like all Negros in Africa, understood that life existed beyond the grave. I’ll say that again, for those who may have missed what I just said. Egyptians, like all African People, understood that life exist beyond the grave. That ancestral worship is a way of acknowledging the lives of the ancestors who have come before you, and equally as important, their real ability (ancestral gift) to offer guidance, and direction, to those still ‘living.’ So,the Negros of ancient Egypt built temples that were designed as places where the ancestors could be honored (with food and drink), and they created holidays (Holy Days) that were specifically designated to honor them.

During this time, the Greeks did not understand Negro Egyptian culture, or their beliefs. The Greeks saw that Egyptian People not only worshiped their dead ancestors, but also communicated with their dead ancestors, which of course, as stated above, the Egyptians did do, and did so on a daily basis. The Negro Egyptians had hundreds of temples and hundreds of Holy Days to worship their ancestors. Therefore, in the opinion of the People of Greece, all Black People from Egypt had a preoccupation with death. In Greece this act of ancestral worship was known as Necromancy. The root word for necro means dead, So, in Greece, this practice of communicating and learning from dead people was called Necromancy, so the Greeks called the Black People of Egypt ‘Necromancy People’ which eventually became ‘Negromancy People’ and over time, it eventually became, ‘Negro People.’

Again, the ancient word for black people in Greece, was Negro, derived from the root word necro, meaning dead. Now, let me restate something for your clarification. In the western world, when a person has the physical condition of being dead, that’s it, you are no longer a part of the living. So what was once referred to as a dead physical condition, a person being physically dead, was regarded in ancient Africa as an appropriate state of mind for continued communication with ones deceased family members, and it had been this way, on the continent of Africa for thousands of years, and for millions of Negro People, until the arrival of Christianity and Islam, who forcefully, and brutally, put a stop to this ancient Negro traditional, and cultural belief, in Africa. Of course, today, Negro People in Africa often combine the practice of their traditional beliefs, with that of the Abrahamic Religion, Christianity and Islam.

It took less than 300 years, after the first Greeks came to Egypt as students, for their Greek descendants to return to as conquerors. The Greeks destroyed some cities, temples and libraries of the Negro Egyptians, but not all of them, and then the Greeks claimed Negro knowledge as their own. It was during this Late Period of ancient Egyptian history, around 332 BC, that the Greek’s decided to conquered Egypt, and so they formed an alliance with the warrior king Alexander the Great. They then created the Ptolemaic Egyptian Dynasty, and it was a Hellenistic Kingdom, based on Ancient Egyptian traditions. It started with Ptolemy 1,Soter’s accession, after the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC. It lasted for 300 years, and ended with the death of Cleopatra VII, when the Romans arrived, and took control of Egypt in 30 BC. The point I am making, is Five Thousand Years Ago (5,000 years ago), we were not called black, colored or African. When Greek people first saw a black person, the Greeks called that person a ‘Necro’ which over time became ‘Negro,’ which is what modern-day Greeks still call black people today. Now, the Greeks were not the only ancient civilization to independently call Africans Negros.

Foot Note: The Greeks copied many Negro Egyptian GODs and gave them NEW names,so the Greeks could worship their Greek Ancestors (their ‘GODs).They also brought thousands of Negro Egyptian People to Greece to build magnificent buildings and monuments like: The Temple of Olympian Zeus, The Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, Temple of Zeus at Cyrene, Erechtheum, Temple of Appollo Epicurius, Doric Temple of Segesta, Paestum, Temple of Hephaestus, The Valley of the Temples, and the Parthenon. If you notice, the Negro Egyptians only build Religious Temples in Greece.Again, this new design in building architecture was first created in Egypt, and then transferred to Greece, according to recorded history.

The Romans

When the ancient Romans first came to Egypt, they ask the black Egyptians who is your ‘GOD’ and the ancient Egyptians told the Romans their ancestral ‘GODs’ name is ‘n-g-r’ which is pronounced, ‘en-ger.’  When the Romans tried to pronounce the name ‘n-g-r’ it came out ‘Niger or Nigro’ it eventually became ‘Negro,’ and in Latin, which is Roman, the name ‘Negro’ is still used today to describe a black person. After conquering lower-Egypt, the northernmost region of Egypt that is next to the Mediterranean Sea, the Romans headed south to upper-Egypt, which we call Nubia today. When the Roman general invadedupper-Egypt (Nubia), he still used the Negro Egyptian term for GOD, which was Negro (n-g-r). And as stated above, this word, ‘Negro’ was used to name all black people (Negro People) of African descent. Now, as we all know, the ancient history of the western world is mostly written in Latin, and Latin came from Rome, the Romans, therefore, for the last two thousand years, all of Europe, who studied Latin, plus most of the rest of the world, who studied Latin, would call all black people ‘Negro People,’ and outside America, they still do today. Now, we have all heard the old saying, “Save the best for last.” Unfortunately, in this case, the last invader to come to ancient Egypt, were Arabs, and they were the worst invaders to come to ancient Egypt.

Foot Note: The Romans copied many Negro Egyptian GODs and gave them NEW names,so the Romans could worship their Roman Ancestors (their ‘GODs).They also brought thousands of Negro Egyptian People to Rome, to build roads leading to Rome, which was very important in their conquest to rule the known world, they also had Negro Egyptians build their magnificent buildings and monuments to honor their ‘GODs’ plus they built places for entertainment. The monuments: The Aqueduct of Segovia, Pula Arena, Verona Arena, Diocletian’s Palace, Amphitheater of El Djem, Pont du Gard, Pompeii, Pantheon, Baalbek, and the Colosseum.Here to, this new design in building architecture was first created in Egypt, and then transferred to Rome, according to recorded history.

The Arabs

In addition to the Greeks, and the Romans, there were the Arabs, who, like the Greeks, first came to Egypt in peace to learn and to trade with the Negros of Egypt, but they too, would eventually come back and invade Egypt, and claim the Egyptian territory as their own. But, in their case, unfortunately for Negro (black) People, the Arabs would come back, and decide to stay, and worse, never leave Egypt and go back to their original homes. No,the Arabs would go on to claim Egypt as their home, and they then began to bring tens of thousands of their countrymen from their desert climate to Egypt. Now, the reason the Arab invasion was so very destructive to the Negro People in Egypt was because the Arabs, unlike the Greeks and Romans, who respected the Negros buried in their tombs, the Arabs did not respect our dead, but in fact, the Arabs would desecrate our Ancient Negro Egyptian Tombs, in their lust for gold, which they still do today.

The sadness for Negro People in America, and in Sub-Saharan Africa, is we do not have the power to stop the Arab Government in Egypt from robbing our ancient Ancestral Tombs. We do not have the power to stop them from destroying our Ancient Graves. We do not have the power to stop them from breaking off the ‘noses’ of all Negro Egyptian statues, and wall paintings, found in these tombs, in their vain attempt to try and hide the Negro physical features, that tells the world, these are Negro People in these tombs, in these graves. Sadly, even today, the Egyptian government makes money off our dead ancestors. Tourist from around the world come and pay money to the Arab Egyptian Tourism Authorityto trample on Ancient Negro graves, whom the Arab Egyptian government says are not Negro (black) people, even though, all you see on the walls of ancient Egyptian tombs, are pictures of Negro People. In my opinion, it is obvious, to anyone of intelligence, that if these were ancient Arab Tombs, with Arab People buried in them, the Arab Government in Egypt, would NOT allow anybody to rob or desecrate, these ancient Egyptian Tombs looking for gold. To prove my point. There is valuable treasure in the tombs of many ancient European Kings and Queens, including England, but nobody would even think of disturbing, or desecrating, their ancient tombs or graves. Why? I think we all know the answer to that question. I dream of the day, the world honors and respects our Negro dead, with the same reverence they give their own. Especially, in light of the fact, to people of African (Negro) descent, our dead Egyptian ancestors, are not really dead. Now, my beloved brother and sister, let me continue to explain the importance of the ancient and noble name ‘Negro.’

The Europeans

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‘Negroland 1736’

This Map Is Entitled: “NEGROLAND and GUINEA. Explains what European African settlements belongs to England, Holland, Denmark, etc. It was created by Herman Moll geographer and was printed and sold by T. Bowles next ye Chapter House in St. Paul Church Yard, & I. Bowles at ye Black Horse in Cornhill, in 1729. It was originally published in 1727.

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Created: 31 December 1726

Negroland

Was an archaic term used in European Mapping, to describe the inland of Africa, by westerners to describe the poorly explored regions of West Africa, that were populated by Negro People. This area comprised at least the western part of the African region, the Europeans called Sudan, not to be confused with the modern country of Sudan today. The term is probably a direct translation of the Arabic term Bilad al-Sudan meaning “Land of the blacks” that corresponds to about the same area. There were various kinds of Negro people in the area, including the Negro Jews of Bilad el-Sudan. Some of the greatest empires of those considered as part of Negroland were the Songhai Empire (c. 1500), which included Timbuktu. The Kanem-Bornu Empire (c. 700-1380) that included Chad, Nigeria and Libya, and the Sultanate of Sokoto (Sokoto Caliphate Empire).

According to the map, “Negroland” represented the African area between the region of Guinea and “Zaara” or “The Desert”, what we call today the Sahara Desert. “Guinea”, is also not to be confused with the modern country, it was then referred to as the south-facing coast of West Africa, and the land stretching upriver from there. Herman Moll’s 1727 map labels these “Grain Coast” and “Slave Coast” and “Gold Coast.” The map illustrates  “Negroland” as the territory to the north of this, along the east-west axis of the Niger River, and the west-facing coast. Moll’s map labels Gambia, Senegal, Mandinka (Mali), and many other territories. In 1823, approximately the same area was described in America as “Nigritia” published in the American map by Fielding Lucas, Jr. In 1743, Guinea itself, as well as the greatest portion of Nigritia, was called the land of the blacks. In fact, ancient geographers would refer to the whole of ancient Africa as “Aethiopia” a name that, from the 15th century onward gave way to the term Nigritia to designate the interior of the African Continent

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Conclusion

I ask the question, my beloved Brothers and Sisters! Are YOU seriously telling me, after reading the above brief history, these current fad names, like Black, Colored, African-American, or even African, have a more glorious history, than our real name, Negro, a name that is over 5,000 years old? A name that built advanced civilizations in Africa, that lasted for thousands of years. It was Negros who educated the known world at that time? According to western history. It was Negros who created glorious achievements in architecture and science in Egypt, that still exist today, as monuments to our intellectual abilities.

According to Greek and Roman history, Negro Egyptians taught the Greeks.The Greeks taught the Romans, and the Romans created Latin, and Latin is responsible for the creation of Western Civilization, as we know it today. My beloved brothers and sisters, since the beginning of human history, the known world has only known us as Negros. We were NOT called black people, we were NOT called Colored People, and we were NOT called African-American people, we were called Negros. And according to recorded history, the NEGRO RACE has contributed more to the Human Race, than any other race on the face of the planet EARTH, according to what I have read, and tired to share with you today.

Okay, that’s it. Now let’s move on to the Opportunities, which by the way, I will be presenting two opportunities to Negro People(and anyone else) on this website. One, is a marketplace venue to sell your goods and services in the United States and in Africa, that website is called the Sir William Jackson Mall. The other opportunity, is to teach you, how to develop your child’s natural ability (an ability they are born with) to speak to you, or communicate with you, telepathically, using only their mind, to speak to you, andnot have to open their mouth to speak to with you, but first, let me discuss with you the Business Opportunity. The second Opportunity, telepathy, will be presented to you, on this website, for free.

The Business Opportunity 

The Sir William Jackson eCommerce Website was created so that Negro Entrepreneurs (Business Owners), anywhere in the world would be able to market their goods and services to our Primary Niche Market, the African-American Consumer in the United States, a population of over 39 Million Black People, or 14% of the total U.S. population, with a government estimated purchasing power of over $1.2 Trillion Dollars in the year 2018. source:(http://fortune.com/ ). The Secondary Niche Market for the Sir William Jackson Website is the Sub-Saharan African Continent, where there are 1.3 Billion African Consumers. The African Continent has the youngest population in the world, with a median age of just over 19.5 years, according to the United Nations.

Sir William Jackson Inc.

The Sir William Jackson Website will allow small, medium and large Black Business Entrepreneurs, from anywhere in the world, to have an even playing field on the World Wide Web, on the Sir William Jackson Website, regardless of what country, or where they live in the world. Nevertheless, and in the spirit of fairness to all people, and all Global Business Entrepreneurs, from all racial backgrounds, Sir William will give this business opportunity to everyone to sell their goods and services.

5 Reasons Why You Should Sell Your Goods and Services on Sir William

  1. Increase your Company Brand Name Recognition
  2. Affordability, plus Price Changes are Easily Made
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  5. The Only Advertising Medium You Can Control

The Goal of the Sir William Jackson Mall

The goal of the Sir William Jackson Mall is to become the first global eCommerce website which successfully targets over 39 million African-American Consumers in the United States,who spend $1.2 Trillion Dollars annually on goods and services in the U.S.And, target the over One Billion Black People living on the Sub-Saharan African Continent, where the Sir William Jackson Brand Name is already well known.

Our Business Model strategy is to introduce high-quality American-Made goods and services to the African-American Consumer, who’s purchasing power loyalty to high-quality African-American goods and services, are unmatched in American Consumer History. For example, let us take the 2018 Super-Mega Hit Movie ‘Black Panther’ as a very realistic example of the purchasing power of the African-American Consumer and the Sub-Saharan African Consumer. Which was $605 Million in Black America, and $1.2 Billion World Wide, mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa: source:(http://www.blackenterprise.com/) Obviously, the demand for high-quality African-American goods and services, both domestically, and in Sub-Saharan Africa, are without question.

The Sir William Jackson Mall will market on a weekly television show (10 million viewers every weekend) that specifically targets the African-American community in America, and for the consumers in Sub-Saharan Africa, we will market and advertise the Sir William Jackson Website.

The Sir William Jackson Mall (website) is not a review site, blog or social media website, we are an eCommerce website where we list on our Mall Directory the highest quality American Made Goods and Services. On the Sir William Directory your potential consumers will see your Company Website Domain Name, under its appropriate product or service category listing.

When a potential consumer ‘click’s’ the name of your website from the Sir William Directory, they will be directly transferred (linked) to your Website, a location of your choice, or they will be transferred directly to your ‘HOME PAGE.’ There your potential customer will be able to see more detailed information about your goods and/or services for which to choose from. After their review, they can decide to purchase directly from your website, or decide not to purchase. Of course, if they do (and we certainly hope they do) the Sir William Jackson Mall will receive a small agreed upon commission (a percentage (%)), of the product Total Sells Price, from you, for sending our Sir William Jackson customer to your website. We use tracking analysis in the event the potential buyer decides not to purchase immediately, but decides to come back later, a day, a week, a month, etc., to complete the transaction.

The Sir William Jackson Affiliate Network

The Sir William Jackson Website has Affiliate Network Connections with the following global Affiliate Networks, plus we also work with non-Affiliated Independent Retail Websites.

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