BLACK PHARAOH volume 1 is an anthropological reboot of Egyptology. Beyond archeology and language, the text addresses the genetic and cultural identity of the ancient Egyptians. Irrefutable proof-positive, via DNA evidence, of ancient Egyptian Africanity is presented. Then, the Paut Neteru (ancient Egyptian cosmology) is shown to be the key to pushing past Egyptology’s frontier, which is the ever-evasive cultural comprehension. This key simultaneously shows Kemetic culture to be core African, further establishing the biocultural kinship between peoples of the ancient Nile Valley, their horn African ancestors, and their Sub-Saharan progeny.

8 Chapters, 418 Pages

Enensa A.M. Amen, Author



“…Tignor also credits this achievement, this “unparalleled political stability and economic prosperity” to the life-ways of the six centuries of the Old Kingdom, following its preceding Pre-Unification period. What exactly are these life-ways? They belong to the wisdom system – the sound framework by which they reasoned, prescribed customs and social solutions, and envisioned self and community relative to the greater world. They have dwelled along the Rifto-Nilotic Complex for over 90,000 years. By the time of Taui, they had developed a highly evolved living system…”   – Excerpt from Chapter 5, Y-Chromosomal Khufu (P.220)



“…PN2 haplotypes make up 80% of Group III, which characterizes most of the extant sub-Saharan African males today. Every scenario under which KMH [Khufu Modal Haplotype] can appear to be non-African is ruled out between two studies; Underhill’s and a study by Nadia Al-Zahery which is explored below. It is stated that populations identified as non-Africans begin with the mutation, M89/M213, which sits at the base of Groups VI-X. Figure B below demonstrates graphically that the KMH haplotypes do not occur on that branch…”   – Excerpt from Chapter 5, Y-Chromosomal Khufu (P.205)


Dr. Molefi Kete Asante

Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen


“Although others have approached this topic with an eye toward revealing the past and suggesting the future, few have taken the time to study the genetic record in order to de-crypt the irrefutable DNA proof of the blackness of the ancients. … In my judgment this work will take its place alongside some of the most provocative and useful books in our classic collection of scholarship. All praises to the analysis of Enensa A.M. Amen.”

– Dr. Molefi Kete Asante,
Author, The History of Africa and As I Run Towards Africa

“Honest and properly conducted studies of ancient Egyptian history and culture reveal a vast cultural treasure that has greatly enriched the world and has much more to give. It is the experience of this author and of Enensa Amen that the keys to fully unlocking the greater part of this treasure remain hidden in the cultural and spiritual traditions of Africa which are now endangered species. They are in spirit the surviving repositories of ancient Egypt’s cultural and spiritual achievements.”

– Excerpt from Foreword by Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen,
Author, Metu Neter volumes 1-7


Part 1: Historical Inspection of Egyptology

1. Kamitic Historiography
Inspecting & Modelling Egyptological History

2. Complex Controversy
The Hades of Ethnography

3. Ausarian Anthropology I
The Complete-Identity Roundtable

4. BioAncestral Revolution
DNA Ends Debates & Opens New Avenues of Study

Part 2: BioCultural Origins of the Kamau (Ancient Egyptians)

5. Y Chromosomal Khufu
Genetic Genesis of the Kamau

6. Progeny of Ta Neter: Southern Ancestry
The Nilotic Modal Haplotype

7. Ta Akhet Expeditions in the Shemsu Heru
Southwestern Bio-Cultural Connections

8. Ausarian Anthropology II: Beyond Maat
Post-Mystic Kamitic Socio-Culture


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