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The only hair color people 95 years old have is WHITE!! D, when the Islamist took over, Egypt had been ruled by White Greeks and Romans, who assumed all the paraphernalia and customs of an Egyptian Pharaoh - including Statues and Mummification - for 972 years.

As documented at the time of his "Supposed" Mummies unwrapping, and by subsequent studies - his hair was white and colored with Henna. That makes for 972 years of White statues and Mummies - which is ample supply for the Turks of Egypt, and the Europeans, to swap and mix and misidentify, to their hearts content.

Only through exhaustive first-hand research can one demonstrate from the surviving on-site temple evidence that ancient Egypt was a Black civilization.

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And though there is no evidence that it is really his mummy, and as we know, the people involved are known to lie about such things.

The benefit of the doubt is here given, because at the time of his death, Rameses II was a very old man; arthritic and in very poor condition.

THE VANISHING EVIDENCE OF CLASSICAL AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS by Prof.

Manu Ampim The widespread damage to the temple images has allowed Egyptologists to argue from such sources as the temple evidence that ancient Egypt was a multi-racial society and therefore belongs to the world’s heritage and not necessarily to African history.

Therefore it is possible that he would have been unable to suffer having his head shaved, and opted for hair coloring instead - if it's his Mummy.

that ALL White scientists don't seem to know of the Shenanigans of the curators of Egypt's artifacts.

The two main conspirator groups carrying out these acts are European and American research teams, and local government workers.

Throughout Egypt and Nubia, the tomb images have suffered different levels of decay and destruction.

The problem of deterioration of the Kings Valley (KV) tombs has led to a growing international movement to build replica tombs and close the original structures.

The tomb replication project will likely be implemented in the future.

While it is popularly thought that his mummy originally was unwrapped by Gaston Maspero in 1886, it was in fact first unwrapped by Émile Brugsch who "evacuated" the mummies from the Deir el-Bahri Cache five years earlier in 1881.

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