The Library of Congress is the greatest institution of the world and through this circular pictorial the government of the United States shows that the Egypt Nation or Kemet civilization was the source of all knowledge from all over the world and those who want the knowledge or want to master the history of knowledge goes to this place for Information.
This circular pictorial is from the main reading room in the Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress. It is painted on a done celling by an Artist named Lasfield and it is the most famous work of art in the building. To better understand the pictorial you must look at it stating with Egypt in a counter-clockwise motion.
Dr. John A. Clark speaks on the importance of the knowledge with his famous quote, “History is a clock that the people use to tell their cultural and political time of day and history is a compass people use to find themselves on the map of human geography. History tells the people who they were and where they were as well as whom they are and where they are. The most important role of history is to tell the people where they must go and where they must be. The relationship between a person and history is the same as the relationship between a child and its mother.
The Library of Congress sound recording is the world's largest collection of more than 151 million items includes more than 34.5 million cataloged books and other print materials in 470 languages; sound recordings; more than 66.6 million manuscripts; the largest rare book collection in North America; and the world's largest collection of legal materials, films, maps, sheet music and sound recordings. It is an agency of the legislative branch of the U.S. government, the Library includes several internal divisions (or service units), including the Office of the Librarian, Congressional Research Service, U.S. Copyright Office, Law Library of Congress, Library Services, the Office of Strategic Initiatives and the Office of Support Operations.
The Thomas Jefferson Building (1897) is the original separate Library of Congress building. (The Library began in 1800 inside the U.S. Capitol.) The John Adams Building was built in 1938 and the James Madison Memorial Building was completed in 1981.
In the fiscal year 2011, the Library of Congress responded to more than 763,000 congressional reference requests and delivered to Congress more than 1 million research products and approximately 30,000 volumes from the Library's collections, registered 670,044 claims to copyright, provided reference services to 550,590 individuals in-person, by telephone, and through written and electronic correspondence, circulated more than 25 million discs, cassettes and Braille items to more than 800,000 blind and physically handicapped patrons, circulated more than 1 million items for use within the Library, preserved 10.7 million items from the Library's collections, recorded a total of 151,785,778 items in the collections, including: 22,765,967 cataloged books in the Library of Congress classification system, 11,762,851 books in large type and raised characters, incunabula (books printed before 1501), monographs and serials, bound newspapers, pamphlets, technical reports, and other printed material, 117,256,960 items in the nonclassified (special) collections of audio materials, such as discs, tapes, talking books, and other recorded formats, manuscripts, maps, microforms, etc. All of this was done in just one year.
The Library of Congress is a copy of the great libraries of the ancient world of the Kemet Civilization in Alexandra and Timbucktu which had recordings the world's largest collection of civilizations including before the last ice-age, scrolls, manuscripts, legal materials, maps, religion, philosophy, administration, physics, languages, science, cosmos and metaphysical principles and many more. These libraries Alexandra and Timbucktu had people from all over the world went to get information to write books like the bibles for the different types of religions that exists today.
Historian A. Browder needs our help to educate the people of the world about the true history of the American black race and to continue the digs of the Kemet Civilization. Historian Browder can be reached at www.Ing-info.com
. Dr. Browder suggests reading:
- by Tom Burrel
Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization
- by Anthony Browder
Sabor the Reawaking of the African Mind
- by Dr. Hillieard
Self Improvement Revised
- by David Dawn
Historian Phil Valentine gets really deep in the religion and teachings of the Kemet Civilization so check him out at The House of Consciousness.