Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 19: The Bantu

Earth is the aim : Peoples

Part 3: The Tocharian, Chapter 19: The Bantu
Published July 31, 2009


The menhir square topped, of Kalokol at Namoratunga II, near Lake Turkana, Kenya …

DESTINATION EARTH Book Two: The peoples

Part 3: The Tocharian Chapter 19: The Bantu


Bantu means: humans, in the Kongo language The Bantu are drawn from Sudan to South Africa and the Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean They are farmers and sedentary and gained from ancient times, the mastery of iron, which allowed them to colonize territories for a period of about four thousand years … The Bantu clans are most matriarchal, and practicing respect and submission to the elders of the tribe

Bantu_expansionHistory of Bantu

The Bantu are from the south of the Benue River in Nigeria, and would have migrated in stages to central Africa, then to the Eastern and Southern Africa This colonization of the Bantu began in the…

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