Robert Buaval argues in his book Imhotep The African: Architect Of The Cosmos that the Black African Imhotep from the Ancient Egyptian Nile Valley Civilization of Kemet should be acknowledged as the First Architect and the World’s Greatest Mind.
The earliest known architect and physician in documented history are both credited to the African Imhotep.
He was the son of Ptah, the founding deity of Egypt and the Kemetic Civilization of the Nile Valley, according to ancient Egyptian mythology.
Imhotep, widely known as the Founder of Masonry in Ancient Egypt, is credited with inventing the three Great Pyramids at Giza, which are still standing as wonders of the ancient world.
The originator of Egyptian medicine and knowledge is Imhotep the African.
Imhotep Titles and Accomplishments
High Priest of Heliopolis, Administrator of the Great Palace, Hereditary Nobleman, Chancellor of the King of Lower Egypt, Chief Builder, Chief Sculptor, and Maker of Vases.
Imhotep was also the High Priest of the Egyptian Pantheon in the Annu Cult Center, or Heliopolis as it was afterwards known to the Greeks, according to Robert Buaval’s The Orion Mystery.
According to the books Imhotep The African: Architect of the Cosmos and Black Genesis, Imhotep, a Black African visionary from the Ancient Egyptian Nile Valley Civilization of Kemet, should be given credit for the building of the Giza Pyramids. Imhotep was responsible for the Masonic innovations that ultimately led to the building of the Giza Pyramids.