The Kemites established the first civilization on Earth along the Nile Delta. Their civilization, Kemet (KMT) was translated to mean the Land of the Black.

The Black Egyptians are the original settlers of Kmt. “The native Sudanese are one of the original pigmented Arabs in that region. They are members of the same ethnic family with the ancient Egyptians, the Ethiopians, the Southern Arabians, and the primitive inhabitants of Babylon. They are all founders and sustainers of the mighty Nilotic civilization we still admire today.  They are very great nation of Blacks, who did rule almost over all Africa and Asia in a very remote era, in fact beyond the reach of history of any of our records.

The ancient name for Egypt was Kam, Khemit, which means the “black land”. They called themselves Kemites. Their is a heiroglyph on the tomb of Ramses III which has an illustration on the distinct races of people. The Kemites potrayed themselves as being no different than the Nubians. However they were distinctly different from the Indo-European(caucasions0 and the Semites.

list of black pharoahs and their timetable of rule.

The Perfect Black

1.) Khufu (2575 B.C.E.)

2.) Narmer (3150-2649 B.C.E.) better known as Menes. unifies Upper and Lower Khemet and establishes Memphis as the state capital.

3.) Zoser (2649-2150 B.C.E.)

He builds Step Pyramid and Saqqara complex.

4.) Mentuhotep III (2040-1763 B.C.E.) unifies Kemet and relocates the capital to Waset (Thebes/Luxor)

5.) Senwosret a Kemite ruler establishes a colny in Greece and founded the city of Athens.

Then Kemet was overan by the Hyksos and widespread destruction begins. (1783-1550 B.C.E.)

6.) King Ahmose (1550-1170 B.C.E.) defeats the Hyksos and reunifies Kemet.

7.) Thutmose I expands the imperial rulership from the Upper Nile to the Upper Euphrates.

8.) Hatsheput in 1473 B.C.E. rules as the first female pharoah.

9.) Amenhotep III 1391 B.C.E. rules Kemet at the height of its military power. Queen Tiye rules by his side.

10.) Amenhotep IV also known as Akenaton 1353 B.C.E. introduces concept of one God. Queen Neferititi rules by his side.

11.) Tutankhamen in 1333 B.C.E. son of Akhenaton and Nefertiti ascends the throne of Kemet.

12.) Seti I, the father of Ramses II builds magnificent tomb in the valley of the Kings. Ramses II (Ramses the Great) rules Kemet for 67 years with Nefertari his Nubian queen. During this period was great prosperity.

13.) Piye also known as Piankhi in 750 B.C.E. was the Nubian king who conquers Upper and Lower Kemet and reestablishes central authority in Kush.

14.) Shabaka reunifies all of Kemet and rules from Waset(Thebes/Luxor) in 712 B.C.E.

15.) Taharqa in 690 B.C.E. leads military invasion of Spain and Palestine in 690 B.C.E.