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BUDDHA THE 1ST BLACK REVOLUTIONARY HERO - 5

Let us break the Black Buddha issue down in simple and plain terms. Dr. Clyde Winters is an excellent source to help bring an understanding to this issue.

Let us start with the word "NAGA. "NAGA according to Dr Winters; "Naga/nagash was also the title 'King for the ancient Semitic speaking people of modern Ethiopia who lived in Arwe, an ancient kingdom in Punt.

In addition, the ability of Ethiopians as sailors, is supported by the title Bahr nagash, 2 ruler of the marine province" or Eritrea."

" According to Ethiopian traditions the first empire was founded by Za Besi Angabo, of the Arwe line which ruled Ethiopia for 350 years. This dynasty began in 1370 B.C. The traditions of this dynasty are recorded in the kebra Nagast, or " Glory Of Kings". (Doresse 1971).

In a way that you can understand many of you read in history and in the Bible about the Black. " Queen of Sheba" who had a baby by King Solomon. The Queen of Sheba was a Naga. The Ethiopians ruled " India." In the old days India was known as" Eastern Ethiopia."


The People referred to as the Dravidians are Naga people who came from Ethiopia

Dr. Ambedkar (1891-1956) was the architect of Independent India's constitution, a champion for human and civil rights, a renowned scholar, and the restorer of Buddhism in India observes that the students of ancient Indian history often come across four names, the Aryans, Dravidians, Dasas and Naagas.

Dr. Ambedka teaches that the word 'Dravida' is the Sanskritised form of the word Tamil. The origin al word Tamil when imported into Sanskrit became Damila and later on Damila became Dravida. The word Dravida is the name of the language of the people and does not denote the race of the people.

The thing to remember is that Tamil or Dravida was not merely the language of South India but before the Aryans came it was the language of the whole of India and was spoken from Kashmere to Cape Camorin. In fact it was the language of the Naagas throughout India. [" The untouchables". pp.56,58, 59, 63. 66. 75] This is how we come to the word or people called " Dravidians."

Before the seventh century B.C., i.e. before the rise of the Buddha, all the Ksatriya dynasties of Mahabharata times had been ruined, shattered and destroyed.

They were replaced on one side by the Dravidas - Naagas in Taxillia, Patalpuri, Udyan puri, Padmatwati, Bhogpuri, nagpur, Anga or Champa, and in various places in the South; and on the other side by Ganas or republics of Vratyas like Licchavis, Mallas, Moriyas etc. {Jyoti Prasad Jain quoted by Kosare, p.42} 


Let me lay some black Buddhist history on you in the Gosho that the Japanese will no tell you.
The Dragon king's daughter parable appears in the Devadatta (twelfth) chapter of the Lotus Sutra, in which the Buddha explains for the first time that a female is able to obtain enlightenment. Within this parable, Shakyamuni Buddha introduces Bodhisattva monjushiri to Bodhisattva chishaku in order to teach about the enlightenment of the Dragon King's daughter.

The Lotus Sutra the highest of the Buddha Shakymuni's teaching we learn about the " Dragon King's Daughter. She was a "Naga Girl." The Naga people of India were the Buddhist. The Naga people came from Africa and records show that the Naga came from Ethiopia to India. Ancient Dravidian writings give us a great detail about Dravian People we were Naga People.

Written right on our Gohonzon is the "dragon King's Daughter who was a "Naga Girl" this is Black History hidden right in the depths of the Daishonin's Buddhism. To a japanese this information may not matter however, from the standpoint of Buddhist history this is important because Buddhist history is African history.

Reference: Antony "Amp" Elmore Sr.

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