By Gerald Massey,Charles S. Finch
A booklet of the Beginnings (in volumes) used to be first released in 1881 in a restricted version, brought the general public to the author's wide examine that transcended traditional reviews of race supremacy.
In quantity one, Massey makes a speciality of "Egyptian origines within the British Isles." the results of Massey's research,which expand some distance past the British Isles, are unveiled systematically via comparative linguistics, symbolism, and mythology.
In quantity , Massey explores the African/Egyptian roots of the Hebrews, the Akkado-Assyrians, and Maori. by way of linking those various cultures and their origins to their African roots, Massey demonstrates not just the level of African impact, yet its permanence, as well.
To accompany A booklet of the Beginnings, and replace h is findings, Massey released extra double-volume works, A normal Genesis in 1883 and old Egypt the sunshine of the realm in 1907. either titles also are on hand from Black vintage Press in print and booklet version.
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A Book of the Beginnings Volume 2 with introduction by Charles Finch by Gerald Massey,Charles S. Finch