Did Feminism Contribute to the Perpetual Destruction of Ancient Egyptian

Ptolemy XIV of Egypt was the unlucky black man who was robbed of his right to be the next Pharaoh. At the time, ancient Egypt wielded a patriarchal civilization that thrived under the rule, protection, and vision of its patriarchs. Every Pharaoh was the son of a previous Pharaoh as it followed that only the sons, usually the firstborn, was given the right to rule after their father passed away. This tradition continued to be unchallenged until Cleopatra became a woman. She was magnificent and ambitious seeing herself to be worthy of the throne of Egypt. Cleopatra did not just want to be a princess who married a wealthy and accomplished statesman or warrior. She wanted the throne, the one her father along with all of his forefathers had ruled from. She wanted to rule Egypt.

It followed that Cleopatra’s father, Ptolemy XII Auletes, died. As their tradition stipulated, her older brother was to become Pharaoh. However, some legends state that the older brother faced an early demise which some credit to the enigmatic achievement of Cleopatra. Having no grown son to succeed him, Ptolemy XII Auletes could not pass the dominion of Egypt to Ptolemy XIV, Cleopatra’s younger brother. He decided to will the kingdom to both Cleopatra and her younger brother. Feeling robbed of a throne that was never hers to have in the traditional sense, Cleopatra formed a rebellion against her younger brother. She believed the entire kingdom should be passed to her because she was older than her younger brother. However, Cleopatra had no experience of war. She depended on a small fraction of soldiers that defected to her resistance.

Every Pharaoh was the son of a previous Pharaoh as it followed that only the sons, usually the firstborn, was given the right to rule after their father passed away.”

This warring faction went against the Egyptian army which was led by the new Pharaoh, a young teen by the name of Ptolemy XIV. The civil war ensued with both sides holding their ground. Therefore Egypt was divided between brother and sister. Baby brother inherits the throne, but big sister refuses to accept. Egypt lost many of its best warriors and fighters during this infighting between Cleopatra and Ptolemy. During that time, the Roman Empire was looking to expand. They were on a tear of their own, assassinating Emperor after Emperor in their corrupt world of power and greed. Julius Ceaser was a young general who’s named had blown through the wind bringing praises of his courage and superior capabilities to dream up the best strategies on the battleground — seeking to ally with Egypt as he plots to overthrow the Emperor of Rome, Ceaser walked right into the bloody contest between the two royal siblings in Egypt.

Recognizing his military capabilities on the battlefield, Ptolemy XIV immediately offered Julius Ceaser a ton of wealth if he joined his side of the fight to regain control of Egypt. Ceaser who’s eyes were set on becoming an Emperor or at least a powerful politician in Rome wanted no part in the Egyptian civil war. He had is own wars to fight. As Ptolemy XIV failed to persuade Julius Ceaser with wealth, Cleopatra would strip naked and offer the one thing a man cannot resist, pussy. Julius Ceaser quickly fell in love with Cleopatra in a hot and passionate romance that almost made him forget he had a wife and child waiting for him in Rome. With the battle-tested Julius Ceaser by her side, Ptolemy XIV didn’t stand a chance. Cleopatra’s forces made a clean sweep for the throne. Ptolemy XIV faced a smashing defeat and drowned in the Nile river as he attempted to escape the wrath of his elder sister. When he died, he was the last male with the succeeding bloodline to the throne.  

Egypt lost many of its best warriors and fighters during this infighting between Cleopatra and Ptolemy. During that time, the Roman Empire was looking to expand.”

With the last person with a rightful claim to the throne sleeping with the fishes at the bottom of the Nile, Cleopatra was uncontested for the throne. She became the supreme leader of Egypt. But to her surprise, all the pussy, gold and power could not keep Julius Ceaser from leaving. He had his sights on Rome. His wife was there with his child, and he was on a path to take the Senate. The ruling by Cleopatra’s side was not a part of his dream, so he abandoned her and left. Ceaser would go on to become the betrayed Emperor of Rome who was stabbed to death in the Senate. With Ceaser gone, the rather weak Mark Anthony was no match for the new adversaries who came for the throne. He would flee to a weakened Egypt, ruled by a woman who had nothing but gold and sex to offer.

Her army was decapitated from the war she fought to get her throne as some of her people were disgruntled with her. Wives, mothers, children, siblings, parents who had lost loved ones in Cleopatra’s rebellion not only against her brother but the timeless tradition and system in Egypt. Of course, she fell into Mark Anthony’s arms hoping that he would help her save Egypt and restore some trust in her people. Sadly, they had more significant problems. In Rome, the new Emperor saw a weak Egypt with few battle-ready soldiers being led by an ineffective Mark Anthony who fled Rome and a Cleopatra who had no experience at war. When Rome came to Egypt, it was a massacre… All Mark Anthony and Cleopatra could do are cower away inside their palace where they both committed suicide as Egypt fell to the Romans. Once Egypt fell that was the end for black people. Europeans invaded other parts of Africa, pillaging and enslaving the natives. The rest…? Well, you know the story.*

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