The True Origins of Greek Medicine Are From Africa Parts 1, 2 and 3

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The True Origins of Greek Medicine Are From Africa Parts 1, 2 and 3 - In this massive, 3-part investigative series I strive to close the gap between the widespread understanding that the Greeks were the pioneers of modern medicine and that Hippocrates is the true "Father of Medicine."  This is no credible challenge to the significant contributions of the Greeks in the Nile Valley Delta with the creation of the Great Library of Alexandria.  Yet, the evidence which builds from the time of Imhotep in the reign of Pharoah Djoser in the 3rd Dynastic Period confirm that a profound level of medical science existed 1000 to 2200 years before significant Greek contribution.  Part 1 examines 7 books in my collection on the roots of Freemasonry, the role of African science in the foundation of Western knowledge, the major contributions to healing, anatomical understanding and the complex nature of human body sstems are all covered.  Pt. 2 Goes into the life of Imhotep and his major contributions to medicine and science.  As well we examine the establishment of the Library of Alexander in the Nile Delta and its central role in academic advance.  Pt 3 epands the bibliography significantly and proves that the Minoan roots of Greek civilization are from Egypt.  As well we look at the significance of th eEdwin Smith Papyrus and link it to Imhotep and Egyptian surgical science.  Our mission is to correct the often mistaken projection that the African contributions to our comprehension of effective, natural healing was nonexistent or unimportant.  This is a monumental undertaking and I am grateful that you have taken our project seriously. (LIBMP3-3823 ABC)

The True Origins of Greek Medicine Are From Africa Parts 1, 2 and 3 - In this massive, 3-part investigative series I strive to close the gap between the widespread understanding that the Greeks were the pioneers of modern medicine and that Hippocrate
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