The Anu People

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So who were the Anu People?
Well, you're about to find out.

The Anu People


The Anu were the first or original people of this epoch of man's history. As the original (Type I) Homo Sapiens, their time of dominance extended from around 200,000 years ago to around 25,000 years ago. After that time, another form of man, called Homo Sapiens Sapiens (Type II), became principally dominate.


In terms of stature, the Anu were a short or diminutive people; standing around 4'3" on average. Typically, they had roundish faces, very little body hair, and their skin was of a brownish, melanic hue. Later populations of Anu built the beginnings of major cities and complex societies. Their world comprised civilizations we have yet to fully comprehend. For instance, their later progeny produced the earliest foundations of societies like: pre-dynastic Kemet (Egypt), Sumer, Elam and Chaldea of Mesopotamia, Angkor Wat, the seminal Shang Dynasty in Far East Asia, as well as societies throughout the Amerikas, Oceania and the Pacific Islands. Towards the end of their reign, Anu peoples developed metal smelting; and this was some 30,000 years ago. Around this same time, they also created the concept of fishing using nets - evolved agriculture so that man did not have to wander - originated various styles of arts, crafts, architecture, and the sciences, which later fueled the thematic and intellectual world of what we know as modern empires.


With a brain (size and complexity) comparable to the brain of modern man, the Anu undoubtedly mastered language, and likely communicated on many planes or dimensional levels. Arithmetic, geometry, esoteric proportions and symbology, numerology, astrology and astronomy, geology, philosophy, chemistry, medicine, and other physical, social and metaphysical sciences were their gifts to an unfolding world. Furthermore, it is this author's belief that these small people where also the first to reveal divine wisdom to humanity; wisdom that has been conveyed through the ages via myths and legends. Then, as translations and interpretation, these revealed bits of wisdom ultimately became what we now know as our Bibles, Qur'an, Gitas, Vedas, Torahs, and many other sacred books of scripture. Although this conclusion may differ from what you have been taught or believe, it is still very much in-line with the physical evidence that is being unearth on a regular basis. And based on what we are currently learning about the Anu people, it is not far-fetched to believe that they were the first people to utter those seminal words; words that link all humanity to the foundations of creation:


"In the beginning God created the heavens and earth."


Today, as ascendants of the Anu (not decendants), through Anu World Unlimited, we seek to honor these great people - our ancestors of old - by perpetuating their name and continuing their spiritual mission, which includes encouraging hu+manity to move toward its full potential, as spiritual sons and daughters of the Most High Creator of the heavens and earth.


You can learn more about the advent of early hu+manity by listening to Parts I, II and III of our Black Empowerment Lecture Series - Origin of Hu+Manity.


For Anu World Unlimited, this is your host, IM’ Nur saying, I pray that you will continue to learn about your past, for the past supports your survival into eternity.


Hetepu (peace be with you)


Introductory References:
- Black Man of the Nile and His Family, Dr. Yosef ben Jochannan (1970, revised 1972)
- Journal of Afrikan Civilization: Egypt Revisited, edited by Ivan Van Sertima (1989)


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