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African Time (Universe to 1896ad*) UKMT Historical Research Collective

African Time (Universe to 1896ad*)

UKMT Historical Research Collective

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African Time Vol.1, (2014) was revised and rewritten to establish a general foundational chronology of African history from the earliest organizing of the universe we live in to 1896ad (7601 African Kmt Calendar). The vast range of time documented asMoreAfrican Time Vol.1, (2014) was revised and rewritten to establish a general foundational chronology of African history from the earliest organizing of the universe we live in to 1896ad (7601 African Kmt Calendar). The vast range of time documented as history required that we plan, prepare, and perfect multidisciplinary research procedures for over a decade. In the process of framing the worlds history and the history of Africans in the world, we critically focused on: (1) Africas foundational civilization (ancient African Kmt), (2) the destruction of African civilization via the Holocaust of African Enslavement, and (3) African diaspora struggles in what became the United States. Our scope: (1) general time, movement of time, and measure and organization of time- (2) documentation of important events and processes in African time (history), (3) synthesis of historical processes: formation and development of universe, galaxy, solar system, earth, organic life on earth, human life, diverse human societies, African civilizations, destruction of African civilizations, Holocaust of African enslavement (U.S. focus), system of enslavement, Civil War, Reconstruction, pacification and African diaspora adaptations (U.S. focus)- (4) chronological presentation of history (Universe to 1896AD) on the African timeline- (5) side-by-side display of the African Kmt and Greco-Roman calendars- and (6) outline of African World History. This is the largest single volume book written on African foundational history.