H.E. Dr Arikana Chihombori Quao Addressing the African Diaspora in the Americas

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When I stepped on the soil of ALKEBULAN, the Creator told me if a wall is built around  ALKEBULAN (Africa), AFRICA will survive.  Build a wall around the USA,  USA will starve.  ~QUEEN MIATA

The Supreme Being, THE CREATOR is speaking loudly.

According to the following resource: Kemetic History of Afrika; the definition of Alkebulan is as follows:
“The ancient name of Africa was Alkebulan.
Alkebu-lan “mother of mankind” or “garden of eden”.
Alkebulan is the oldest and the only word of indigenous origin. It was used by the Moors, Nubians, Numidians, Khart-Haddans (Carthagenians), and Ethiopians.
Africa, the current misnomer adopted by almost everyone today , was given to this continent by the ancient Greeks and Romans. ”



The following is an article from  https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/what-was-the-original-name-of-africa.html

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May 20, 2018.

Africa is the world’s largest and most populated continent after Asia. According to statistics released back in 2016, it covers an area of about 11.7 million square miles, and it is the home to about 1.2 billion people. This number accounts for 16% of the world’s population. The Suez Canal, Red Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Indian Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean surround Africa which is made up 54 widely recognized states with most of these states being located in the Northern Hemisphere side and the rest in the Southern Hemisphere.

As seen above, we know so much about Africa but what is the original name of Africa? This question which would undoubtedly make many break a sweat and as they say, what is in a name? According to history, Africa is not Africa’s real name. The name ‘Africa’ is mentioned to have been first used by the Romans to refer to the Carthaginian Empire which was in present-day Tunisia. After the Romans conquered the Carthaginian Empire, they acquired administrative control over North Africa, and this led to the division of North Africa (by the Romans) into two; Africa Pronconsularis which was in present-day Northern Tunisia, and Africa Nova which consisted of Algeria.

One theory suggests that the name ‘Africa’ is derived from the name of a famous European traveler named Leo Africanus.

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