The Yellow Nile of Ice Age Now Wadi Howar Flowed Eight Hundred Miles Ennedi Plateau Eastward to Nile in Heart of Kush


About a thousand miles up the Nile river from Cairo, the Wadi Howar empties into the Nile from the west, which begins in the Ennedi mountains of Chad and goes directly eastward for eight hundred miles to empty in the heart of ancient Kush (northern Sudan), and up the wadi (back then a very long series of small lakes) were Kushites too, the “round heads” found in rock art there, herdsmen, fishers, hunters, and gatherers of various grains and fruits there when it was verdant during the Ice Age, before that land became one of the driest places on earth, of the Sahara desert, beginning circa 1500 b. c.