3 Mil - 100,000 BCE
There are many speculations about where humans came from. The oldest skeletons are found in Afrika. Particularly in the regions of Ethiopia and Olduvai Gorge (which is located by the Eastern Rift in modern day Tanzania. Researchers are speculating the possibility that there were several starting points for the human race.
Climate change in Afrika
Kemet suffers the loss of about 30% of its wildlife species due to a climate change. In this period, cave paintings from resting posts depict the images of the wild life that existed during this period.
50,000 - 500 BCE
During this period, Afrika goes through a lot of climate changes. Most of these climate changes are caused by the Eastern and Western Rifts. These fluctuations of volcanic and vegetation changes, forces the tribes to expand outwards from central Afrika.
It is in this period where tribes expand out off of the continent and to the rest of the world.
1st Activities of Iron Mining
Kemetics mine iron in what is now Swaziland. This is the earliest sites where individuals mine for materials. This practice of mining iron, becomes the legacy of the early KMT civilizations, that pushes the evolutionary development of these societies forward.
1st Advanced Civilizations were in Afrika
Early civilizations in this period displayed advanced skills in architecture, sculptures and tribal operations. These tribes expanded outwards towards western, southern and northern Afrika. One group that was the most famous of this stage in human development was the Nok. This tribe later becomes the foundation of the Yoruba, Ike Ike and the Benin people.
Early Mathematics Found in Afrika
KMT civilizations creates mechanisms to calculate mathematics. These mechanisms reveal that these prehistoric civilizations used a mathematics base of 7, which was calculated with sticks, bones or other objects. These items were then used to calculate the moon cycles (prehistoric calendars)
Effects of the Ice Age
Another drastic climate change leads to the world going through another major Ice Age. Landscapes changes, including the Sahara which is elevated up to the Ethiopian Highlands. Meanwhile, the mountain ranges in central KMT are blanketed with ice. In the northwest region, the River Nile (located around the North Khartoum) vanishes.
Loss of early KMT civilizations
In the last stages of the Ice Age, during this period, most of the earth (Aye) is covered with snow or water. As the ice in the northern and very southern regions begin to melt, the water levels begin to increase. Many early civilizations are destroyed during this period.
Southern Afrika Settlements
Due to the climate changes during the neolithic expansion, tribes migrate to the southern hemisphere.
Ancient nomadic tribes such as Hottentot, San, Khoi Khoi, Nguni and Zulu, are established within this region. These tribes continue to practice nomadic routines within the southern hemisphere and are the source of most of the prehistoric wall art located across South Afrika.
End of the Ice Age. The climate of the Earth abruptly warmed by 20 degrees or more. Temperature increase of almost 59 degrees in the north polar region within a 50-year period, with rapid rise in sea level.
the 1st Settlement of Egypt
The surviving KMT civilizations have migrated up towards the center regions of the Uplands of the Nile Valley. Or have expanded further out, in search of fertile land. These civilizations migrated particularly in the Great Lakes Region of Central KMT.
1st Settlement of the Kongo & the Sumerians
The Kongo Empire discover the practice of brain surgery, and make complex mathematical notations. Lake Chad almost filled its present drainage basin over flows and spills into the southwestern regions into the Benue River and then into the Atlantic.
Afrikans settle more in the Mediterranean and in Europe.
Early forms of written communication
In KMT, amazing images of animals and humans are engraved and later painted on rock surfaces in the still temperate Sahara. The Large Wild Fauna style features hunting scenes with big game, including the giant buffalo. The Bovidian Pastoral style refers to images of domestic herds thought to have been drawn by early farmers. Tissili and Tibesti Massifs are major centers of Kemetic culture, to which communities across Kemet trace origins. The harp is depicted in rock art of the Sahara dating back over 7,000 years ago.