Black Spirituality Religion : CORRECTING THE FOOLISHNESS

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  1. SAMURAI36

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    PEACE TO ALL:

    This thread is in response to the utter non-sense that was recently posted, in which a bastardization of the METU NEFER (Beautiful Language) and METU NETER (Divine Principles) of our African Ancestors of Kemet was asserted.

    Here is the quote:

    In typical SAMURAI fashion, I will attack this assertion line-by-line, in order to destroy its ignorance.

    In doing this, I will be using the book "LET THE ANCESTORS SPEAK: REMOVING THE VEIL OF MYSTICISM FROM THE METU NEFER, VOLUME I" By ANKH MI RA. (Published 1995, ISBN #0964066114)

    This book serces as a grammatical workbook, dictionary, and historical textbook from the language of Kemau; the spoken and written langauge of ancient Kemet.

    Of the many functions this book serves, one of them is to show how Kemau grew and changed over the millenia, and survived both in its purer form (In eastern Africa) and in its tainted form (Greco-Latin, as well as Euro-Semitic).

    479 pages of charts, graphs, dictionaries, symbology, etymology, and other pertinent information make this book invaluable in one's study of their heritage from an intellectual as well as spiritual (for the Kemau, these aspects were one and the same) perspectives.

    Volume 2 is still in the works.

    A bit about the author (from the book's preface):

    With this book, I shall refute, debunk, and utterly obliterate the ridiculous claims made here.

    This is grossly incorrect.

    The fact is, the word "MOTHER" and all of its derivatives are Indo-European in origin.

    There are numerous languages, both ancient and modern, in which no derivative of “mother, mama” or such is even remotely present.

    JAPANESE = haha-ue

    CZECH = abatyse

    Hungarian = Anya, Fu

    Indonesian = Induk, Ibu, Biang, Nyokap

    Cherokee = e tsi

    HAWAIIAN = TUTA

    Turkish = kaynak

    Finnish = äiti

    MAYAN = y-al or u nichin

    Aztec = Huehueteotl

    Mongolian = tutir

    ZULU = 'IYA

    Here, we have a dozen languages, in which the word for “mother” bears absolutely no resemblance to “M-O-T-H-E-R”.

    The author of this exerpt, and thus any idiot who endorses it, is obviously not well-versed in matters of international linguistics—certainly not the most universal and first-learned word of nearly all human beings.

    Of the many languages in which “mother” does not resemble its Romanto-Slavic origin, another is KEMETIC.

    The word for Mother in KEMAU is “ATET” or “ITET”. Incidently, the word for FATHER is "ITU" or "ATU"

    This neither looks (in hieroglyphic) nor sounds like “MA”…….In fact, the symbol for MA in KEMAU (as we can plainly see on page #39) is a picture of a SICKLE. What does a sickle have to do with a woman and her title?

    Words and ideas in KEMAU are usually transliterated into the picture that represents them. Thus, if we were writing about WATER, then the symbol for water would be used to describe it. It we were writing about a HOUSE, then the symbol for a HOUSE would be used.

    Also, the word for BREAST in KEMAU is TAFI,(page #132) not “MA-MA”.

    The word for EYE is not MA, it is IR (pronounced “EAR”, page #47). The word for WATER is MU (which we can see in the NETER KHNUMU--"Lord of the River").

    Just like EYE, TRUTH, and MOTHER, WATER has nothing to do with the cluster "MA" (pronounced "MAH" or "MAW").

    M and N are not synonomous, just as they are not synonymous in any other language.

    The hiero symbol for MU is 3 ripples of water, while the symbol for NU is a pottery vase, with an Adze (both page #40).

    NUTER and NETER are not the same words, nor do they share even remotely the same meanings.

    The symbol for NETER is a man with a crown on his head and long braided beard, sitting Indian-style, while the symbol for NUTER is the symbol of a man standing, slightly bent over a bowl with a tool of some sort in his hand (most likely the Adze from NU, pages #57 and #58, respectively).

    This is utterly FALSE.

    NETER is a unisex term, that becomes feminine only with the adding ot “ET” at the end, hence NETERET. The symbol for NETERET is a woman with a crown, sitting Indian-Style.

    NETERU is plural (a plural singularity in reality), in which both genders are represented simultaneously.

    Also, NETER is not the Supreme Deity. The name for the Supreme is NEBERTCHER: LORD OF ALL THE WORLDS.

    This name is a plural singularity in and of itself, that transcends gender.

    Though the word "NATURE" is a far-removed Greco-Latin word that was ultimately derived from the KEMETIC, as can be seen here:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nature#Etymology

    Etymology
    The word nature comes from the Latin word, natura, meaning birth or character (see nature (innate)). In English, its first recorded use in the sense of the entireity of the phenomenon of the world was in 1662, however Natura was widely popular in the Middle Ages and can be traced to Ancient Greece in origin.
    The pre-Socratic philosophers of Greece invented Nature, they abstracted the entirety of phenomenon of the world into a single name and spoken of as a single object. Later Greek thinkers such as Aristotle were not as entirely inclusive, excluding the stars and moon, the "Supernatural", from Nature. Thus from this object, existing inside a larger framework and not inclusive of everything, Nature could become personified, and it is from this we have the origins of a mythological goddess Nature. Later Medieval writers also did not see Nature as inclusive of everything, but that she was created by God, her place lay on earth, below the heavens and moon. Nature lay somewhere in the middle, with agents above her (angels) and below her (daemons and hell). For the Medieval mind she was only a personification, not a goddess. The modern concept of Nature, all inclusive of all phenomenon, has returned to its original pre-Socratic roots no longer a personification or diety except in a rhetorical sense, a bow to her illustrious traditions.


    The Kemetic deity that correlates directly to NATURE is NEB-THET, Sister of AUSET.

    NEB-THET’s name means “House of material”, and the name symbolically comprises of a Basket and a square with an opening on one side.

    However, this is but one deity out of dozens, that does not even begin to represent the fullness and general duality of the PA’UT NETER.

    This is just a jumbling of different words from different languages together--for one thing, MEDUSA is GREEK word, not KEMETIC.

    The word for MEDICINE in KEMAU is KADJU, from which the KADJUJET or CADUCEUS (the symbol for medicine) is derived. Again, nothing to do with MET.

    The word for METU is a bundle of PAPYRI with a reed tying them together. What does this have to do with “MOTHER”?

    The word MET is the root word for METU, METEN, METI, METET, etc.……It means “document, writings, decree, instrtuctions, lessons, etc”.

    It has nothing to do with a woman or mother.

    Thus, METU NETER has nothing to do with “MOTHER NATURE”. If anything, the proper word for “MOTHER NATURE” in Kemau should be ATETI NEB-TA’A.

    Saying that METU NETER is MOTHER NATURE is the equivalent to the foolishness of saying that the word for “GOOD MORNING” is “DISNEY WORLD”.

    It is this ignorance and stupidity that keeps our People in the dark about our own culture and heritage, while fat white women sneak in the back door and steal our birthright right out from under us.

    Kemau is a language that has survived by way of Nubians in Africa, and it is being studied by black people in Africa and the world over. If you possess and interest, take the time to actually learn the language, the same as we would learn French, Spanish, or any other language, instead of relying on GOOGLE searches to educate you.

    Speaking of which, the Books in question posted on the link supplied has no sort of Bibliography, no ISBN #—not even the name of a researchable author!! Who on earth is “SUZAR”?? Where did they get their info from? What schools for Kemetic Linguistics did they study at?

    None of his information is presented, which is vital for any book. Thus, there is NOTHING from this web site that should be taken as reputable……Nothing of any real academic value, since the so-called “author” doesn’t actually show us any HIEROGLYPHS on the web site (the stupid question was asked previously of how does one “quote pictures”………Hieroglyphs are symbols, just like A-B-C are. The same way that we all know what the letter “T” and the number “4” means when we see it, is the same way that we know that the drawing for “IR” (and EYE) or “DJED” (a PILLAR) menas when we see them).

    With God’s Blessing, the following information should open the eyes of the ignorant, as well as spark the minds of the seeking.

    Feel free to pose relevant questions, that I will strive to provide answers for.

    SHEM HOTEPU
     
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    Hello Brother SAMURAI36

    Thank you for this information. I have a question, I don't think it have nothing to do with this topic... then again it may do...hmmm. anyways.

    I was told I had a ANKH Magnetic Spirit...can you further explain the meaning of the ANKH? And would you be so kind, to maybe list a few books an/or links so I can go study?

    Peace
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    PEACE BLACK ANGEL:

    The ANKH is a KEMETIC hieroglyphic symbol of the ancient Kemetians' alphabet.

    Phoenetically speaking, it represents the sound "AUNG", one of the most basic sonic vibrations in Creation. It's actually where the letter "A" comes from.

    Among its plethora of meanings, it represents Eternal Life.

    The ANKH itself is a "fertility" symbol, that represents constant birth and growth of everything in life (not just humans).

    The ANKH is actually a mesh of the 3 most potent aspects of Creation: Positive (MALE), NEGATIVE (FEMALE) and NEUTRAL (CHILD).

    (Please do not look at "positive and negative" in terms of qualities of "good and bad"; see them instead as polarities of energy).

    The long stem at the bottom of the ANKH represent the MALE presence, in the form of a Phallus.

    The "wings" on the sides of the ANKH represent the FEMALE presence, in the form of the Fallopian Tubes.

    The round "head" on top of the ANKH represents the CHILD or gestative presence, in the form of the Womb.

    Thus, we see:

    MATTER, ENERGY and CONSCIOUSNESS

    PHYSICAL, SPIRITUAL and MENTAL

    POSITIVE, NEGATIVE and NEUTRAL

    BODY, SOUL and MIND

    LIFE, DEATH, and LIMBO

    OMNI-POTENCE, OMNI-SCIENCE, and OMNI-PRESENCE


    You can read more about this in the book ANKH, ELECTRICITY and MAGNETISM.

    HOTEP
     
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    Thank you brotha,

    This is a comprehensive analysis of the Kemetic meaning and origin of the word Mother.
     
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    ANKH Magnetic Spirit so this was a good thing said correct?

    Thank you for your information...Until I get the book is there a link you can share with me?

    Peace
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    By all means, yes.

    Here is a link with MORE INFO ON THE ANKH:

    Also, the correct title of the book is: ANKH AFRICAN ORIGIN OF ELECTROMAGNETISM

    PEACE
     
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    Thank you LORD.

    Hopefully it will be enough to quell the blight of ignorance that happens to plague us here on DESTEE.

    HOTEP
     
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    am i kemetic......?

    i wear an ankh ring and a yin yang ring every day.
    i never did have not a clue what they meant but they make me feel better.
    you can see them in my avatar.

    now i see that the ankh is kemetic.
    what about the yin yang?

    is there any reason why these should calm my nerves and make me feel better?
     
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    The irony of this, is that I wear both these rings as well. The ANKH ring on my left pinky, the YIN/YANG on my left ring finger.

    You couldn't wear 2 better symbols.

    The YIN/YANG is strictly Chinese--TAO, to be specific.

    Here is some info on the YIN/YANG.

    Yes, very much so.

    The symbols that we wear, be they ANKH's, YIN/YANG's, crosses, smiley faces, or whatever, are more than just pretty symbols--they have an impact on our mental capacity, both consciously and subconsciously.....

    They also generate and attract energy--depending on the Spirit and/or nature of the wearer, it can be both or either positive and/or negative.

    THE ANKH itself is an energy collector, while the YIN/YANg is an energy regulator. It's especially good that you wear each of them on opposite hands.

    I wear mine both on one hand, but I have reasons for doing so.

    PEACE
     
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