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      Al-Kebulan is Not an Original Indigenous Name for the Continent


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      Mikyia mo (Greetings):

      In part 3 of our book AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT - The Origin of the term 'Africa' we address for the first time the actual origin of the term 'Alkebulan'.
      Alkebulan is not an original indigenous name of the continent:

      www.odwirafo.com/AFURAKA-AFURAITKAIT.html

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      BUT...who first used the term "Alkebulan?" Who brought this term to the forefront? And where did they find the term "Alkebulan?" Was it written on a papyrus? Was it inscribed on a pyramid? Was it passed down through oral tradition?

      My research leads me to Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan as the one who brought this to the forefront...but WHERE he found the term is curiously undocumented. It's as if he MADE IT UP...and if he DIDN'T make it up, WHERE DID HE GET IT FROM? Papyrus? Pyramid? Oral Tradition?

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      Mikyia wo (Greetings),

      As we show in Part 3 of our book, the name Alkebulan (Alkebulam) was addressed briefly by Leo Africanus in his 'History of Africa' over 500 years ago. This is where Dr. Ben got the term. Leo Africanus was unaware of the actual origins of the name Alkebulan however. We address this fully in our book:

      AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT - The Origin of the term 'Africa'

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