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Hebrew West African Royalty And Warrior Queen Amina

Queen Amina (also known as Queen Aminatu), was the elder daughter of Queen Bakwa Turunku, the founder of the Zazzau Kingdom in 1536.

Some scholars date Queen Amina’s reign to about 1549, as heir apparent after the death of her mother. This medieval African kingdom was located in the region now known as the Kaduna State in the north-central region of Nigeria, capital at the modern city of Zaria.

Zaria (aka Birnin Zaria) was named after Queen Amina’s younger sister Zariya, and is where the Royal Palace of Zaria resided.

The earliest commentator to mention Queen Amina is Muhammed Bello’s history Ifaq al-Maysur, composed around 1836. Queen Amina is also mentioned in the Kano Chronicle, a well-regarded and detailed history of the city of Kano and the surrounding Hausa people.

It was composed in the late 19th century and incorporated earlier oral histories before the Fulani jihad of 1804-1810. It included king-lists of the various Hausa kingdoms.

Known as a great military strategist, the cavalry-trained Queen Amina fought many wars that expanded this southern-most Hausa kingdom. According to the Sankore Institute of Islamic – African Studies International, a non-profit, non-political educational institution, reporting on this region of the Hausa:

These seven regions witnessed many unusual and strange events. The first to establish government among them, as it has been claimed, was Amina, the daughter of the Amir of Zakzak. She made military assaults upon these lands until she proclaimed herself over them by force.

The lands of Katsina and Kano were forced to hand over levy to her. She also made incursions into the lands of Bauchi until she reached the Atlantic Ocean to the south and west. She died in a place called Attaagar. It was for this reason that the kingdom of Zakzak was the most extensive among the kingdoms of Hausa, since Bauchi included many regions.


Queen Nzinga

Queen Nzinga (1583-1663) was a 17th-century queen of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms of the Mbundu people in what is known as Angola today.[1] Born into the ruling family of Ndongo, Nzinga demonstrated an aptitude for defusing political crises in her capacity as ambassador to the Portuguese, and later assumed power over the kingdoms after the death of her brother. She ruled during a period of rapid growth in the African slave trade. Her reign lasted 37 years.

Nzinga fought for the freedom and stature of her kingdoms against the Portuguese,[1] who were concentrating their efforts towards South West Africa, in attempts to control the slave trade.[2]

Today, she is remembered in Angola for her intelligence, her political and diplomatic wisdom, as well as her brilliant military tactics. A major street in Luanda is named after her, and in 2002 a statue of her in Largo do Kinaxixi, Luanda, Angola was dedicated by then-President Santos to celebrate the 27th anniversary of independence.


The History of Queen Califia and the California Blacks

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“Whoever controls the images, control your self-esteem, self respect, and self development, whoever controls your history controls your vision.”— Dr. Leonard Jeffries

*In the continental United States of America, there were Africans who came before slavery, before Columbus, and thousands of years before Jesus Christ. In many cases, these Blacks and other indigenous nations established thriving civilizations in ancient America. Queen Califia and the California Blacks were one such ancient Black nation.

Reigning over the Empire of Xi, in the ancient kingdom of Utla, the nation of AtLan, was the great queen of gold and diamonds, ruler of the California Blacks. Queen Califia, decorated warrior general – mother, was the grand and beautiful royal leader in the beloved, wealthy, and powerful, Land of the Blacks:

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This fierce all-female army was so ruthless that European colonists called them the Amazons after the merciless warriors of Greek mythology.

The Dahomey Amazons were frontline soldiers in the army of the Kingdom of Dahomey, a West African empire that existed from 1625 to 1894. Its remnants lie in modern-day Benin, which occupies a sliver of the coast between Nigeria and Togo.






How Much Is Melanin Worth In 2021?

          Black Person Has Almost $42 Million Worth Of Melanin In Their Body

Melanin is worth more than gold.

Melanated human beings are worth more than gold.

The average melanated human contains millions of dollars worth of Melanin.

VWR, a subsidiary of Avantor, is a “trusted global partner to customers and suppliers in the life sciences and advanced technologies & applied materials industries.” They offer an “extensive portfolio of mission-critical products, services and solutions to laboratory and production customers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, industrial, education, government and healthcare industries”. One of those products is Melanin, for $511.00 per gram.

As of March 08, 2022 the price of Gold according APMEX, the leading Precious Metals dealer in the United States, was $66.00 per gram. Even if the price of gold has changed in past few months, melanin is still worth much more than gold.

So how much is a melanated human worth?

Let’s do the math on a melanated person who weighs 180 pounds.

180 pounds equals 81646.6 grams.

VWR is selling melanin for $511.00 per gram, that must be the going rate, a competitive rate.

81646.6 grams times $511 per gram equals $41,721,412.6, over $41 Million dollars.

Even if only half of the human mass can be used for melanin extraction, that’s still a little over $18 Million worth of Melanin in an 180 pound body.

Imagine someone who weighs more than 180 pounds. 200? 300?

Of course this is an estimation, but regardless we’re talking millions of dollars worth of Melanin.

How do they get acquire Melanin?

Melanin can be extracted from plants, animals, and humans.

Humans appear to be the most potent source of Melanin.

William John Young, an English Biochemist, wrote a report in 1920 titled “The Extraction Of Melanin From The Skin With Dilute Alkali” where he details step-by-step how to extract melanin from black people.

Young wrote, “It was found that if the skin were soaked in boiling water, the outer layer, which contained practically all of the pigment, could be readily removed by scraping. This layer (200g.) was washed with alcohol and ether to remove grease, and was boiled with 100c. of N/20 sodium hydroxide for one hour under a reflux condenser. It was allowed to settle and the dark liquid decanted and filtered.”

This extraction method is over 100 years old, there is certainly much more effective methods of extracting melanin from humans with modern technology.

The demand for Melanin has increased dramatically since Young’s report. The Military and other corporate entities have big plans for Melanin technologies, and melanated humans are the most potent source.

Every black and brown (melanated) person on the planet is carrying millions of dollars worth of melanin in their body.

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Current Price of Melanin Today in 2022 is…  

$ 511.00  “Per Gram”



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