Community Event – Free Ancient History Lecture

Let My People Know Network lecture is planned for Wilson County Library, Wilson NC. Source: Manaka Ashahnayahu.
Let My People Know Network lecture is planned for Wilson County Library, Wilson NC. Source: Manaka Ashahnayahu.

Topic:  “The Americas – Lands of the Shemitic Negroes”

Contributed by Manaka Ashahnayahu

A special lecture is planned on the topic, “The Americas – Lands of the Shemitic Negroes.” This topic will be presented on two separate dates by Lecturer/Ourstorian, Monica Rascento, providing two opportunities to attend.

In this lecture, attendees will learn — using the Bible as history — of the fascinating world of ancient North America, and why the artifacts and evidences of ancient civilizations have been hidden from the American people and largely ignored.

Most Americans have no idea that ancient cities with advanced architectures once dotted the ancient North American landscape. It is estimated that there once existed over 200,000 cities, structures and mounds across the continent. (quoted from filmmakers Stout, Smoot & McLerran, producers of “The Lost Civilizations of North America)

Come enjoy this free lecture and learn history that goes beyond what is taught in most public schools.  The public is invited, and all ages are welcome.

Both evenings, the lecture is being held at the Wilson County Main Library, 249 Nash Street NW, in Wilson NC.

  • Saturday, June 18, 2016, 12:30-3p in the Assembly Room
  • Monday, June 20, 2016, 6:30-9p, in the Conference Room

The event agenda, repeated both days, is as follows:

  • 10-minute Welcome
  • Documentary excerpts/Lecture
  • 10-minute Break
  • Discussion
  • 15-minute Wrap-up

Refreshments will be served on both dates.

 

For sign-up and more information, please visit: http://letmypeopleknow.net

Monica Rascento,
Ourstorian
email: reachout@letmypeopleknow.net

Let My People Know Network lecture is planned for Wilson County Library, Wilson NC. Source: Manaka Ashahnayahu.
Let My People Know Network lecture is planned for Wilson County Library, Wilson NC. Source: Manaka Ashahnayahu.
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