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[*] posted on 5.29.2015 at 07:38 PM


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[*] posted on 5.29.2015 at 08:14 PM


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what you're spewing is :piss:


It's obvious you are frustrated



It's obvious you're intellectually pathetic. So intellectually deficient and pathetic you can't counter factual arguments without resorting to personal attacks, delusions, and out and out lies. :smh:

As for ME moving on and admitting I'M wrong? How about a link to all the :bs: you're spewing and PROVING me wrong?

But you have none. Because all the crap you've written about the Candaces is just that - crap. Oh! Good proof! The bible. Give us the verse in the bible the Queen of Sheba is described as "big-boned." After all, the bible does give a clear description of her.

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On second thought.... knowing your proclivity for lies, personal attacks and delusions of your "winning" some great battle of ideas :faint: .... just leave the nonsense about the Candaces alone and continue with your - whateva this is - to sistas. Not that we need you to champion us, but, well, ya know.... :coffee:




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[*] posted on 5.30.2015 at 07:05 AM


Now that we have lain the foundation to clearly demonstrate the mural of beauty having always included big-boned Black Women, we will continue to focus on the facts and delve deeper into the beautiful big-boned Candaces and understand more concerning what we know about these lovely women of the ancient world.



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[*] posted on 5.30.2015 at 02:19 PM


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Now that we have lain the foundation to clearly demonstrate the mural of beauty having always included big-boned Black Women, we will continue to focus on the facts and delve deeper into the beautiful big-boned Candaces and understand more concerning what we know about these lovely women of the ancient world.


Now that we have lain the foundation to clearly demonstrate that you are a delusional wacko who is incapable of intellectual discourse... and I'm thinking to actually conversate on any level, let us delve deeper into the reality of the Candaces rather than the nonsense and fantasy of your being a savior to black women.... NOT! :coffee:




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[*] posted on 5.31.2015 at 07:02 AM


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The beauty of the big-boned Black Woman was global. And so was the awareness concerning her physique. As noted elsewhere in these series of notes, the beauty of Black Women is not restricted to a narrow space in someone's limited cognizance. Ancient records show us she is geometrical and the Candaces to be big-boned.


LIAR.

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This is data which cannot be disputed with any other data.

One may easily lose grasp of these facts when there doesn't exist a depth of historical knowledge concerning the beauty, intelligence and sophistication of all Black Women.

Let us provide even more data to substantiate the fact advanced by us that the Candaces were known to be big-boned Black Women.

Everyone in the ancient world knew the Candaces to be big-boned Black Women.

On page 230 (second half of single two-volume compilation) of E.A. Wallis Budge's Osiris: The Egyptian Religion of Resurrection (1961, New York: University Press), he offers a description of who he calls the "Queens of Meroe." Budge describes women with:

extraordinary girth of body and development of hip, and the great Candace Queens of Meroe are seen to be even larger. [end quote].


LINK, liar. Only a link will corroborate. Your word, some bogus quotes from books you CAN'T give a link to means only thing - you're lying.

Again.

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For those NOT in the know --- it is only recently that there are more overweight/obese black women than white. Until the 1960's, the MAJORITY of fat women in this country were WHITE. Leave the :koolaid: to the delusional who "chide" James for talking humorously about "fat" and now HYPOCRITICALLY want to paint ALL black women as fat!

Unless of course the :uglyazzwoman: wants to say "big-boned" doesn't mean "fat?" :roll:


Just an aside, but uh, the black hypocrite sources a white man, England's Sir E.A. Wallis Budge, for information on what black women look like? SMH




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[*] posted on 6.1.2015 at 12:29 PM


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Let me say this to big-boned Black Women: Be proud of who you are. Continue to resist the negatives which seek to divest your greatness. Remember your presence in the Ancient World is undeniable, as well as praise for your beauty, your intelligence and your sophistication.



Why do you think big-boned women AREN'T proud of themselves? Plenty of verifiable great ones with links ;) like Lilioukalani, the last queen of Hawaii ( (check out the pix of her in Wikipedia, sitting on her throne) and I've never heard ANYONE say she was not great nor deny her beauty.

Is this your way of getting women to notice you? Say "no man wants so you betta lookit meeeee!?" :frustrated: :lol:

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Let us continue to add yet more proof that the Candaces were big-boned Black Women. On page 9, in a book entitled Woman Ruler: Woman Rule, by Elin Sand (2001; ISBN: 1-58348-394-2) the author describes the Candaces as:

strong and stocky women with large buttocks...[end quote].



Let us continue to add yet more proof that the Candaces were small, petite Black Women. On page 9, in a book entitled Woman Ruler: Woman Rule, by Elin Sand (2001; ISBN: 1-58348-394-2) the author describes the Candaces as:

fragile with ironing board flat buttocks...[end quote].

Oh, uh, no "link." Just take my word for it that the WHITE MAN Elin Sand wrote a book wherein he said the above. :lmao:




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[*] posted on 6.1.2015 at 12:41 PM
This is the MIGHT of the Candaces of Ethiopia and what they looked like:


Sovereign/Queen of most of Northern Africa:

http://www.bornblackmag.com/Sheba.html


Black and Beautiful:

"I am black, but comely"
Song of Solomon 1:5-6
King James Version (KJV)
https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Song+of+Solomon+1%3A5-6&vers...

Every link points to the fact that the Queen of Sheba was beautiful. Nowhere and in no verifiable link does it say that Sheba, Candace of Ethiopia, was overweight or obese.

As for the thread-starter's contention that NOBODY thinks "big-boned" black women are slammin'.... 8 out of 10 black American women are either overweight or obese. Not only DON'T 80% of black women share his belief, the majority have men who feel the same way we do.... and tell us on the regular.

Like I said - no one needs ole boy to tell the "overwhelming" majority of black women they look good and are desired by men of EVERY race, and least of all, his clumsy patronization. :coffee:


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verb

1. treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of superiority:

"She's a good-hearted girl," he said in a patronizing voice

synonyms: treat condescendingly - condescend to - look down on - talk down to - put down - treat like a child - treat with disdain - condescending - disdainful - supercilious - superior - imperious - scornful - contemptuous - uppity - high and mighty




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[*] posted on 6.1.2015 at 02:00 PM


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Sovereign/Queen of most of Northern Africa:

http://www.bornblackmag.com/Sheba.html



The information you are providing is inexact...again.

But I'm beginning to see where perhaps much of your factual discontinuity is derivative: You are under the unfortunate impression that the "internet" is somehow the ultimate source of data and information and facts. Believe it or not, scholars were actually reading books before the internet was invented.

And it may come as a surprise, but nearly all of them still do.




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Sovereign/Queen of most of Northern Africa:

http://www.bornblackmag.com/Sheba.html



The information you are providing is inexact...again.

But I'm beginning to see where perhaps much of your factual discontinuity is derivative: You are under the unfortunate impression that the "internet" is somehow the ultimate source of data and information and facts. Believe it or not, scholars were actually reading books before the internet was invented.

And it may come as a surprise, but nearly all of them still do.


Are you serious??? I'm wrong because I have verifiable, easily accessed corroboration, and you're right because you DON'T!? :wtf:

Man! If this is your best "comeback," not only are you foxed, busted, :spank: but you really DON'T have game! :io:




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Please be mindful big-boned Black Women, this information being presented to you is not what a handful of some people, or even a few nations thought of you. This information, these truths, are what the entire Ancient World thought of you for thousands of years and more. That your physique was a part of your exquisiteness and not detached from it, is a fact uncontested.

So that when we're quoting what authors observed about the Candaces (or any other Queen), know they are speaking directly about you.

Like all Black Women, you are the Dharma, the Diva natura (the all). You are the Candaces manifested, here, in the 21st century.

Put another way, as in the Ancient World, their unparalleled beauty is your beauty; their spectacular intelligence is your intelligence; their distinguished sophistication is your sophistication.

The Ancient World was blessed to have the Candaces with them then, and we are blessed to have you with us now.

And that's not all big-boned Black Women.

Not only were you part of the mural of beauty, majesty and grace-- as being represented in the Candaces, but we will show you scores of other famous Queens who also were big-boned.

The Queen of Sheba was a big-boned Black Woman.

We'll speak about her and others later, but in the meantime let us continue to add additional evidence (again) that the Candaces were big-boned Black Women. Taking the mic next is an earlier 19th century scholar by the name of Arnold Hermann Ludwig Heeren. In his work entitled Reflections of the Ancient Nations of Africa, he quotes another scholar by the name of M. Romanet du Caillaud, who describes Black Women Candaces as being:

"...remarkable for the richness of their drapery, and the character of the drawing, their feet and arms are stouter than the Egyptians..." [end quote, page 401 Volume 1, Translated from the German; D.A. Talboys: Oxford, 1832].




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[*] posted on 6.2.2015 at 12:32 PM


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Please be mindful big-boned Black Women, this information being presented to you is not what a handful of some people, or even a few nations thought of you. This information, these truths, are what the entire Ancient World thought of you for thousands of years and more. That your physique was a part of your exquisiteness and not detached from it, is a fact uncontested.

So that when we're quoting what authors observed about the Candaces (or any other Queen), know they are speaking directly about you.


This is just toooo pathetic- what raping, maiming, robbing and murderous racist colonizers "observed" about our female ancestors.... they're speaking DIRECTLY about black women of today.

Dayum right, they are, clown who persists in the defiance of evidence that black women of today can read with their own eyes... not to mention BIOLOGY - which is why the illiterate likes to throw about the word "scientific" when he wouldn't know science if it came up and slapped his face. Biology that says NO family has a tree with ONLY fat women in it. Yet this aggressively ignorant worshipper of dead white men's nonsense about black women persists in his NON-scientific white masters' assertions that every black queen of Ethiopia, Nubia, Egypt, ruling all the way into Syria at the time of the Candaces was a "big fat black woman." For hundreds of years, every female born into the Royal Family that ruled the countries of North Africa was born a fat woman, not one anorexic-looking one among 'em! :sarcastic: Which, of course, means every black Sire of these "big fat black women" was a big fat black MAN! (Jesus, take the wheel!)

Oh! It also means that the description of the Queen of Sheba in the bible (a Candace) was Mis-translated from the Hebrew as "I am black but comely," - rather it should read: "I am fat, but comely."



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Notice the "champion" of black women has posted not ONE comment in #Blackgirlsmatter# or "Shematterstoo# (whateva!) threads. Nothing posted in the Boko Haram threads about the missing black females in Nigeria, either. In fact, I defy anyone to find anywhere he's posted ANYTHING about the black female condition in ANY thread.... other than his made-up ones in this and his other nonsensical threads crafted to make HIM seems as if he really cares about black women of antiquity OR today. Puh-lese! :roll:




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[*] posted on 6.3.2015 at 10:52 AM


There is much to discover about your greatness big-boned Black Woman. Once you become more and more familiar with the ancient records concerning your eminence, it'll become convincingly clear as to why the West constructed the stigma for the big-boned woman.

Please know, there is not only notability attached to your physique, but there are also familiar lore we all know which is based on ancient legends concerning big-boned Black Women. Most of will be surprised to learn that certain folktales are derivative of Black Women.

Take for example the story of Cinderella.

This favorite, all American story which include adaptations in operas, films, theatres, songs and television is based on a Black Woman. More specifically, a Candace. For more information on the black Candace Cinderella, may I direct your attention to a powerful work entitled Wonderful Ethiopians of the Cushite Empire. A Black Woman by the name of Drusilla Dunjee Houston was kicking science back in 1926. Among a list of other notable books in Edward Wilmot Blyden (1882) work, it is said:

"Mrs. Houston describes the origin of civilization and establishes links among the ancient black populations of Arabia, Persia, Babylonia, and India." [ page 37, The Aims and Methods of a Liberal Education for Africans; New York: Cambridge].

Continuing speaking on the Candaces of Meroe/Ethiopia, let us provide you with more data which demonstrates the Candaces were big-boned Black Women:

"There are three plates of sculpture at Meroe, which may easily be compared with Rosellini's collection of Egyptian monuments. The figures in the Ethiopic sculptures have more rotundity than in the Egyptians; the Queen in the first plate is actually corpulent." [end quote, page 485 from The Athenaeum: Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts; Volume 3058; Edition from January-December; London: Holms, Court, Lane, 1835].




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[*] posted on 6.3.2015 at 01:23 PM


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There is much to discover about your greatness big-boned Black Woman. Once you become more and more familiar with the ancient records concerning your eminence, it'll become convincingly clear as to why the West constructed the stigma for the big-boned woman.


So white folk WEREN'T prejudiced against fat white women until they came across fat African women? :uglyazzwoman:

psssst! Pseudo-scientific boy! Most overweight women aren't ashamed of the word "fat." ;)

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Please know, there is not only notability attached to your physique, but there are also familiar lore we all know which is based on ancient legends concerning big-boned Black Women. Most of will be surprised to learn that certain folktales are derivative of Black Women.

Take for example the story of Cinderella.

This favorite, all American story which include adaptations in operas, films, theatres, songs and television is based on a Black Woman. More specifically, a Candace.



Thought you said the Candaces were all fat!???

Oh. Cinderella was fat. Uh, ok....

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For more information on the black Candace Cinderella, may I direct your attention to a powerful work entitled Wonderful Ethiopians of the Cushite Empire. A Black Woman by the name of Drusilla Dunjee Houston was kicking science back in 1926. Among a list of other notable books in Edward Wilmot Blyden (1882) work, it is said:

"Mrs. Houston describes the origin of civilization and establishes links among the ancient black populations of Arabia, Persia, Babylonia, and India." [ page 37, The Aims and Methods of a Liberal Education for Africans; New York: Cambridge].



Uh, how? You said her book was published in 1926. Blyden died in 1912.... 14 years before it was published. :dunno:

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Continuing speaking on the Candaces of Meroe/Ethiopia, let us provide you with more data which demonstrates the Candaces were big-boned Black Women:

"There are three plates of sculpture at Meroe, which may easily be compared with Rosellini's collection of Egyptian monuments. The figures in the Ethiopic sculptures have more rotundity than in the Egyptians; the Queen in the first plate is actually corpulent." [end quote, page 485 from The Athenaeum: Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts; Volume 3058; Edition from January-December; London: Holms, Court, Lane, 1835].


Scan p. 485 for us.... since you can't provide any links to what YOU say the white man said about us.

Sad. Just sad. :smh:




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You are glorious big-boned Black Women.

As you can clearly see from the data we are providing, the presence of your beauty is no different than a svelte Black Woman. The exaltation of Black Women was not discriminatory, much less on the physique she wore. In fact, we will show how your physique was correlate to not only what specific group you belonged to but also it was characteristic regarding the nature of your particular metaphysical properties. For example, as far as insects go, the Queen bee in the hive is usually bigger than the other female bees.

The ancient records informs us you both are beautiful, you both are intelligent and you both are sophisticated. There are no exceptions.

The stigmata associated with big-boned Black Women was a new ideology introduced to the Eastern world by non-black missionaries from the West just only a few hundred years ago. While they were ravaging through our riches and telling us that our sacred worship practices were evil and our customs were backwards, they also didn't understand why big-boned Black Women were placed on a pedestal in a form of the highest honor and exaltation. They witnessed great black men honoring and seeking out big-boned Black Women; they witnessed big-boned Black Women being at the helm of powerful seats in government at every level; they witnessed entire spiritual systems had been developed around big-boned Black Women.

Truly, those missionaries and explorers had a WTF? moment in the East.

What they didn't know then and what they hardly understand today, is that Black Women are unique and are part of a special civilization of women unparalleled then, now and forever.

So let us keep these facts twerking about the Majesty of big-boned Black Women by offering even more evidence that the Candaces were big-boned Black Women.

Speaking of the size of the Candaces, German Egyptologist Karl Richard Lepsius observes:

a custom [they] have lately seen in the representations of the...corpulent Queens of Meroe. [end quote on page 178; from Letters from Egypt, Ethiopia, and the Peninsula of Sinai; translated by Leonora and Joanna B. Horner; London: Henry G. Bohn, 1937.




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