"I have read massey and I realize much of what he said was in blackathena,which is okay, I liked black spark white fire better."
Black Spark, White Fire was a lot easier read, I'll give you that, since his intention is to sell the copyright to some movie studio and for that reason he pulled most of his punches. Bernal, was going for shock value and is not what I consider objective scholarship. Neither is "gardnier, faulkner, adolf erman, maspero or breasted" objective.
"I just don't know if we can say the ancient sumerians were black people." You do not have to say that they were black, it has already been said by someone who lived long before, Massey, Breasted, Bernal, Poe et al. It was said by a Seleucidaean historian Berossus, a priest of the Babylonian god Marduk. Much of what is known of Ancient Babylon came from his writings. Just like Herodotus was the source of later Greek and European historians. It is not Herodotus' fault that egyptologists try to qualify and mystify what he wrote with their subjective scholarship.
"I was pointing out that the ancient sumerians called Kmt according toi e a wallis budge Magan. Magan many archeologist believe to be in oman.I never said the ancient kemetians came from oman I just stated that is where archeologist think it is." Pardon my mis-understanding, but I thought you were inferring that Oannes and his sea people come from Oman. It is interesting however that Wendt does list Marjab and Sirwah as great cities in Arabia Felix or present-day Yemen. Could Yemen and Oman have once been the one combined happy land that Greek historians referred to as Arabia Felix, the birthplace of Diodorus' benefactor, Osiris/Dionysus? A logical conclusion if one accepts Arabia Felix as a vassal of Egypt, then its inhabitants would be Egyptian subjects. And it is not so unreasonable for the inhabitants of Mesopotamia to make such a claim.