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African Fraternalism maintains that the Greeks, through the sinister strategies of its learned men and the campaigns of its military, stole and borrowed much the wisdom and knowledge of the Egyptians (Kemet) and (starting with Aristotle) claimed it as their own invention. Thus, western civilization marks its beginnings with the Greeks. In honor of the Greeks’ “thievery”, the academic institutions of America formed study groups that eventually developed into social organizations as well, called fraternities and sororities.
These groups were named after letters from the Greek alphabet. When African- American fraternities and sororities were formed in the early 1900s they imitated this trend and became known as “Black Greeks.” Today “Blacker and Latino Greeks” continue to follow this psychologically destructive and culturally contradictive trend.
The practice of African Fraternalism notes the importance that the true origins of all secret societal life evolved from the loins of Africa, reaching its height in Kemet with the Mystery Systems and not with the Greeks as taught by western scholars.
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