Governance in Africa

Africa

Cultures in Africa, Latin America, Asia and other so-called underdeveloped areas did not have such deity-based models of governance until exposed to the Indo-European, Advanced Being-based model. For instance, in the Swahili tradition, before Arabic invaders set up the divine ruler system on the East Coast of Africa, community leaders did not have to have the notion of divine rights of rulers to carry out functions of governance. Rulers were accepted in such roles because they were perceived to have a high form of inner purity. (Gods, Genes, and Consciousness)

…in one Cherokee tribe, warriors could not undertake military action unless both a male and a female elder agreed. The concept of a paramount chief apparently did not develop in most African and American tribes until they had to designate one to meet a representative of the Indo-European king of an invading nation. (An exception is the Ganda people's kingship model, which is similar to the Anunnaki one.) (Gods, Genes, and Consciousness)

West Africa is blessed with natural resources above East Africa and this alone might be sufficient to explain the greater degree to which West Africa has been stamped by the cultures of the Middle East and the Mediterranean. (The God-Kings & the Titans)

Let it be appreciated from this study of one restricted portion of Africa alone - when some of the mine-workings are very old and many stretch into the Christian era - how vast was the scale of prehistoric mining, how little long sea-journeys mattered to them, how heavy could be the traffic, how precise and complete was the organisation behind it all. (The God-Kings & the Titans)