The Dogon, Benjamin Banneker and The United States 2:49sec

submitted by eyevra on 03/26/17 1

Ever wonder why Egyptian culture dominates the symbolism Of the U. S. A. Benjamin Banneker (November 9, 1731 – October 9, 1806) The Man Who Designed Washington D.C. & The United States Declaration of Independence. Born in Africa, One biographer has suggested that Baneker was a member of the Dogon tribe. The Dogon of Mali who are descendants of KeMeT have had from antiquity a vast knowledge of Sirius A, B & C. Ancient Knowledge, of multigenerational knowledge passed down by Dogon elders. Baneker corresponded with Thomas Jefferson, on the United States Declaration of Independence,. Thomas Jefferson sent a letter to the Marquis de Condorcet, “I am happy to be able to inform you that we have now in the United States a negro, the son of a black man born in Africa… who is a very respectable Mathematician. … I have seen very elegant solutions of Geometrical problems by him. add to this that he is a very respectable member of society. he is a free man.” President Washington hired him for laying out the new federal city on the Patowmac, It was Banneker who "made astronomical calculations and implementations" that established points of significance in the capital city, including those of the "16th Street Meridian" (see White House meridian), the White House, the Capitol and the Treasury Building, and "helped in selecting the sites" of those features. when co-worker, L'Enfant took the plans with him after his dismissal, leaving no copies behind. Benjamin Banneker spent two days reconstructing the bulk of the city's plan from memory. The Dogon's system reveals precise knowledge of cosmological facts only known by the development of modern astronomy Sirius, known in ancient Egypt Egyptians based their calendar on the heliacal rising of Sirius, namely the day it becomes visible just before sunrise after moving far enough away from the glare of the Sun. More foul play. On the day of his funeral in 1806, a fire burned Banneker's log cabin to the ground, destroying many of his belongings and papers. The Dogon, Benjamin Banneker and The United States.

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