Kongo Dia Ntotela

Kongo Dia Ntotela

The ‘Great’ Kongo Kingdom

 

In 220 B.C. the Prophet Mbemba Zulu received the Prophecy from Ne Muanda Kongo to leave the head of Katiopa and relocate to the Heart (the centre) of Katiopa.

 

In the year 320 of the era of the Fish led by The Prophet Nsansukulu A Kanda, and the Bena Kongo built Kongo Dia Mpangala.

 

In 424 The Prophet Kodi Mpuanga built Kongo Dia Kuimba. Kongo Dia Ntotela was built in 690 era of the Fish, led by The Prophet Lukeni, and the Bena Kongo. 691 saw the end of the construction by the Great Craftsman Masema Ntoko.

 

Kongo Dia Ntotela comprised of:

 

Kongo, (Angola), Cameroun, Namibia, Mozambique, Chad, Gabon, and parts of Zimbabue and Botswana.Together they formed The Union of Ntimansi.

Mbanza Kongo, means literally ‘The City of God’, which was the Capital.

 

In 1885 at the Berlin conference Africa was divided into separate regions/countries, but before this date there were no frontiers or boundaries as we know them today.

 

Mbanza Kongo was destroyed by the Portuguese invaders in the 15th Century.Kongo

 

Extrait from Robin Walker's book, ‘WHEN WE RULED'

 

“When they arrived in the coast of Guinea and landed at Vaida in West Africa, the captains were astonished to find streets well laid out. The roads were bordered on either side for several leagues by two rows of trees, for days they travelled through a country of magnificant fields, inhabited by men clad in richly coloured garments of their own weaving! Further south in the Kingdom of the Kongo, a swarming crowd dressed in fine silks’ and velvet; great states well ordered, down to the most minute detail; powerful rulers, flourishing industries-civilised to the marrow of their bones. And the condition of the countries of the eastern coast-mozambique, for example-was quite the same.”

 

The Kingdom of Kongo was a flourishing state in the 15th century. It was situated in the region of Northern Angola and West Kongo. Its population was conservatively estimated at 2 or 3 million people. The country was divided into 6 administrative provinces and a number of dependancies. The provinces were Mbamba, Mbata, Mpangu, Mpemba, Nsundi, and Soyo. The dependancies included Matari, Wamdo, Wembo and the province of Mbundu. All in turn were subject to the authority of The Mani Kongo (King). The capital of the country (Mbanza Kongo), was in the Mpemba province. From the province of Mbamba, the military stronghold. It was possible to put 400,000 in the field.''

 

 

Kongo since 1498

During Slavery, the Children of Kongo dia Ntotela was disconnect from our Archangel, Ancestors, land. Language, History, our Culture.

 

As much as 90% of slaves in some area’s were directly taken from Kongo dia Ntotela, meaning that large percentages of the diaspora today have a Kongoleese heritage.

 

In Jamaica the population either came from West African traditon, Yoruba, who speak ‘Kromanti’ that comes from the Ashanti, and Akan people of West Africa or Kongo Dia Ntotela. Many traditons still exist i.e. the Kongo (Bongo) Drum.

 

The largest numbers were taken to Haiti, South Carolina (U.S.A.) and New Orleans Lousian. They brought with them their Culture and their Sprituality.

In Cuba, the first slaves arrived from Haiti in 1513 and then in 1520, 300 slaves arrived from Africa Kongo, followed by others from the Kongo and other parts of West Africa.

 

Berlin Conference

In 1885 Kongo became a Belgium colony as the scramble for Africa meant that it was divided like a cake amongst the Europeans, who knew he who ruled Africa ruled the world. Two years prior to this in Belgium , the conference on Eugentics took place.

 

Watch a documentary how the Kingdom of Kongo was dismantled

by Europeans

 

Kongo Dia Ntotela:

Kongo, Angola, Cameroun,

Nambia, Mozambique, Chad,

Gabon, and parts of Zimbabue

and Botswana.

 

The Union of Ntimansi.

B.D.K is a progressive local, national, international & global movement with its headquarters in The Kongo (DRC) and Academy's or Zikua's throughout Africa & the world.

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