a slight controversy on the true ethnicity of the ancient Egyptians
though in reality it would seem that ancient Egypt has undergone many
race changes, from white to black etc.
>But I believe there is an
on going conspiracy against people of a certain possibly now deceased
ethnic group which is red skinned.
>Below is a conventional picture showing the different ethnic
groups that have lived in ancient Egypt.
the red skinned race is never shown and any pictures with red skin in
ancient Egypt is simply explained away by Egyptologists that it is
simply the ancient Egyptians using a reddish mineral called ochre to
make themselves look more red skinned as a kind of cosmetic. Though
from my own research I have come to the conclusion that this is a
fallacy and that there were indeed red skinned people in ancient Egypt.
>Picture showing some of the ethnic groups in ancient Egypt.
picture below shows a prime example of how the red race in ancient
Egypt is being covered up I believe because the current occupants of
Egypt want us to believe the modern day people of Egypt built the
>Notice below is a picture of two gods with man in the middle
and the god and the person are both red skinned. If it was merely for
cosmetic use then why does the god Anubis also have red skin?
>Example of a picture where its really hard to tell the
between brown skin and red skin but there is a way to find out.
>Ancient Egyptian gods Thoth and Ptah are all colored red so
there must have been red skinned people in ancient Egypt.
>Picture below shows the goddess Isis with red skin.
>Ancient Egyptian people using a reddish mineral called orchre
which turns the skin red as a cosmetic. But clearly from the evidence
the red skin seen in some ancient Egyptians is not cosmetic but genetic.