CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KEMET' NEW YEAR" *LINK*
Posted By: Pianke Nubiyang
Date: Monday, 27 February 2006, at 9:55 a.m.
Nations in the Caribbean, Africa, Melanesia, South India, Black America, Afro-Latin America SHOULD RECOGNIZE 'CARNIVAL' AS THE CELEBRATION OF THE 'SPRING EQUANOX' or AFRICAN NEW YEAR.
The African New Year is celebrated on the Spring Equanox in March. This is one of the most important celebrations and recognizes over 10,000 years of African civilization. The African calendar was revised in the year 4241 on the Spring Equanox in the city of On, in Egypt.
On the Spring Equanox of 2006, WE ARE GOING TO BE IN THE YEAR 6247, THE CORRECT DATE OF THE AFRICAN CALENDAR. Carnaval, Mardi Gras, the Mtende Festival of Nigeria are all of the same origins.
The time has come to revive the African Calendar and to recognize 'Carnival' as the celebration of the AFRICAN NEW YEAR. (See more on this from "Susu Economics," www.AuthorHouse.com also see "Susu and Susunomics," from www.iUniverse.com
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