IG tip no. 5 Use different hashtags for each post. While you want to use up as many as 30 hashtags(maximum) per post, it is still not worth it if you’re just copy and paste the same hashtags all the time.
The pharaohs of the discord Few years ago PBS launched a documentary about the Nubian rulers of Kemet. They called that program "the black pharaohs", because they were Nubians. The goal of that move was to differentiate the "egyptian" pharaohs to the Nubian ones by saying black as if the ones of egypt were not blacks. This was a very strong attempt to white wash ancient African history. And they presented the nubians like black slaves who conquered their white masters... Many people are trapped in that fairy tale of White Egyptians building pyramids in the middle of Africa. They presented the Nubians as people who dreamed about revenge over their northern brothers but the truth is more complex than that. And one of the details that contradict with that story is that King Piye, the nubian ruler who conquered the northern country did not stay in Kemet as soon as he won. He came back to Nubia, because he loved his country. Nubians did not really dreamed about living in egypt. They loved their land and did not feel the need to invade the northern brothers because it was also their home, it was African. When they invaded egypt, it was to rebuild it. According to Piye, it was a holy war. God told him to bring Kemet back to the traditional African values. The country was losing his way because of too many invasions and foreign influences and the Nubians came to help rebuilt the African greatness. But these facts are never told in the media. Always remember that the invaders of Kemet came and destroyed the country because they did not belong to the land, they did not feel connected to the tradition, but the Nubians rebuilt it and protected it because they knew that it was home. #saveancientnubia#mrimhotep - - - - - - - #kush#cush#nubia#axum#sudan#pyramids#ancientegypt#desert#sunny#usa#blog#blogger#travelblog#art#sudan#like4like#usa#leads#history#african#africa#wakandaforever#panther#photography#afroart#meroe#ethiopian#axum#desert#leads