In my over 25+ years of conducting my own Ancient Egyptian studies...
- I have unearthed the truths to common misconceptions.
- I have navigated through pitfalls that typically trump the new learner.
- I have peeled through the layers of propaganda and gotten to the undeniable truth.
I decided to create Ancient Egypt 101 to serve as a beginner's guide to learning about Ancient Egypt so that you can avoid wasting time and dive deep into the truth.
Ancient Egypt 101 gives you access to my exclusive interview + a companion ebook overview.
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My overall experience with the Ancient Egypt 101 course was excellent. It was concise & straight to the point. It covered many ideas about Ancient Egypt that most mainstream media & most books in any ordinary library get completely wrong. Shakka Ahmose did a wonderful job with this course. By the time you get to the end of course, you should have a whole new, and more accurate perspective on Ancient Egypt (Ta’Meri/ Kemet). Maát Hotep! Ankh Wedja Seneb.
Awesome information for beginners like me. Looking forward to the next installment
Clears the lens and gives good insight on the mindset of the ancient Kemetians. Could be crucial when reading more complex and in-depth works.
This was excellent. Very informative. I love the way it was in Q & A. You broke it down to an easier way of learning.
I enjoyed the information that was shared in the Ancient Egypt 101: Beginner's Guide To Learning Ancient Egypt Course. I'm native to Brooklyn, NY. When I was a young child, I was introduced to my Afrikan heritage by a close friend of my mother. His name was Kwabena Prempeh (may he continue to rest with the Ancestors). I remember visiting Harlem every year for the annual Afrikan Heritage celebrations. This course brought back some very fond memories of lectures I recall hearing from Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan. My quest to know my Afrikan heritage was further induced when I encountered a dear brother on 125th St. & 5th Ave. (2006), who gave me a book titled: The Historical Origin of Christianity by Walter Williams. I would say, I was somewhat prepped for your studies, and this first course met and exceeded all my expectations. I am looking forward with great anticipation of subscribing to further studies you've made available. Again, thank you for bringing this enlightenment to our people.