We find African Research to be of great importance, because much of the world’s identity depends upon it. By African Research, we speak of the study of Classical African Civilization, Human Ancestry, as well as all of the inventions and innovations that came into this world by way of Africa and the African. All Africans were not born in Africa, as many people have spread themselves throughout the planet over the ages. Nevertheless, we find the African to be the common ancestor of all of the natural people of the Earth.
As the “Cradle of Civilization” and the birthplace of Humanity, it is important for the people of the world to know that they are the children of Africa. Many people are in denial about this, and are even ashamed of it, but today’s science proves the African to be the parent people of the planet. Many people have been deceived as to the reality of who their foreparents are. Thus, a large part of the Earth’s population can be said to have an identity complex.
Through African Research we can begin to clear up this confusion. The contributions that Africa and her people, have made to this world have been of great value. Such information need not be hidden from the public. So, here at the Ta-Seti Foundation, it is our goal to make such information easily accessible to those who desire to join us in uncovering our great past and unlocking our tremendous potential.
The New York Times, 3/1/79, “Nubian Monarchy Called Oldest”, Boyce Rensberger