Southern Africa: Bantu Tribal Elders Claim Ancient Caucasians Known as Ma-iti Built Zimbabwe ‘s Nyanga Civilisation
Who built the ancient civilization of Zimbabwe? (Pictorial and article)
The whole subject of non-Negroid influence in East and Southern Africa before the coming of the Bantu is a very wide one. The evidence to be culled from rock paintings and engravings alone is something of the greatest importance in this respect. I have, however, rigorously confined myself to the civilisation alone. In this I have found myself on the side of Professors Keane, Dart, Galloway, and the other distinguished scholars who have been forced by the sheer weight of facts to reject a Bantu origin for Zimbabwe. I have not, however, in reluctantly pursuing the task of showing how impossible the pro-Bantu concept is, felt it necessary to present an historic ethnology of Southern Africa.
What is so astonishing is that, faced with a huge complex of irrigation terraces at Inyanga and the size of those megalithic sites which obviously required such an agricultural organisation to feed their inhabitants, anyone should have irresponsibly plunged into the development of a theory of independent Bantu evolution of this civilisation. It is completely out of character of the Bantu and has no justification from other Negroid parts of Africa past or present. Irrigation is limited to the Caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Amerindian peoples. The Negroes never have possessed the technical knowledge nor expended labour in such massive enterprises. Irrigation is a characteristic of ancient Egypt, Arabia, Abyssinia, Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley civilisation, of Iran, Turkestan, Syria and the Mediterranean countries, of Malaysia, Indo-China, China and the Meso-American civilisations. In the face of such facts sufficient warning was provided for those who have sought to deny the obvious and create this Bantu myth by claiming that,
“It is a myth which was not created by the Bantu themselves, who have never made such claims, but is the work of modern European writers.”
But Mutwa, a Zulu, who has written two large works on the traditions of the Bantu, categorically states his people were not responsible for this civilisation, which he attributes to a white people he calls the Ma-iti. It is my view that the case presented is unanswerable in so far as it destroys the concept that this civilisation is due to the Bantu. Whether I have correctly identified those to whom the civilisation is to be attributed may well be arguable as there are so many peoples involved.[…]
December 1970And they are not the only ruins in Rhodesia. There are lesser ruins, canals, diversion dams, and irrigation schemes throughout the country.It’s well proven that civilizations possess unique building techniques, symbols, and artistic expressions, and that they carry these cultural attributes to distant areas as they migrate. I think that scholars should be able to determine the origin of the ruins by comparing the rock laying techniques in Rhodesia to other ancient structures.There is one thing about all of this that sticks in my mind. I’m not going to try to track down the proper spelling of these places, but here’s my observation:The Rhodesian Light Infantry had a training camp at a place known as Surtic. This area was on the Mazoe farming estate which covered tens of thousands of hectares of land. One terrain feature was a mountain called Domboshawa. [http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Domboshawa]Map of the country of Zimbabwe, with Domboshawa represented as a black dot northeast of Harara, the capitalWe used the cliff faces as a training area for rock climbing, and mountain operations. About 400 meters up the trail from the bottom of Domboshawa is a ledge, and on the rock behind the ledge is a cliff painting. This painting has been carbon-dated to be in excess of 2500 years old. It depicts the usual animals, but the main character is a man wearing boots, a helmet, and carrying a rifle with sling. The painting is perfectly clear, and nothing is left to imagine. I have a photo (selfie) of me standing in front of the painting. Whether we like it or not, others were here before us.Bob
[More Google images of the Great Zimbabwe ruins: http://tinyurl.com/po5mya3]
Map with dots indicating Domboshawa, northeast of Harare, and Great Zimbabwe to the south
Pathetic (or jew-bedient) Western liberals claim the Bantus (native Blacks) built Great Z&imbabwe and various irrigation systems, or that the Arabs did (supposedly as part of a a slave-trading infrastructure), but the Bantus themselves deny this! They say an ancient white people did, the “Ma-iti”!
Link download : Gayre_Robert_-_The_origin_Zimbabwean_civilisation.zip
From the “Introduction”:
This book arose out of a discussion I had with Major Layland and the publisher, during a visit to Rhodesia. I had worked on the subject for a number of years, frequently visited the ruins, and knew well many of the Bantu peoples involved. I am indebted to Major Layland for his assistance, where I have been able to make use of it. This book has been undertaken to present what I consider to be the most rational and scientific interpretation of the evidence produced by the phenomena associated with the megalithic ruins of Rhodesia of which Great Zimbabwe, Khami [photo],
How is linked to the White South African tragedy?
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by John de NUgent