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      @Obadele Kambon are you familiar with Ankh Mi Ra? I just ran across him and from what I can see he is a viable source. I saw a part 5 and 6 teaching video he did on YouTube which was the same Stela I believe your class worked on.



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      Quote Originally Posted by kevlew View Post
      @Obadele Kambon are you familiar with Ankh Mi Ra? I just ran across him and from what I can see he is a viable source. I saw a part 5 and 6 teaching video he did on YouTube which was the same Stela I believe your class worked on.



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      He has a nice text on Learning MDW NTR which is written from a decidedly Afrikan centered perspective.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Dukuzumurenyi View Post
      He has a nice text on Learning MDW NTR which is written from a decidedly Afrikan centered perspective.

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      Let the Ancestors Speak. I am actually reading that now. Foreword by Asa Hilliard and also a student of Theophile Obenga. So far it's pretty good. Got a little technical in chapter two..but trying to work through it. I wish I could find a study group though. I belong to ASCAC in Philly but it's tough getting there due to distance.



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      Quote Originally Posted by kevlew View Post
      Let the Ancestors Speak. I am actually reading that now. Foreword by Asa Hilliard and also a student of Theophile Obenga. So far it's pretty good. Got a little technical in chapter two..but trying to work through it. I wish I could find a study group though. I belong to ASCAC in Philly but it's tough getting there due to distance.



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      I read this book years ago when it first came out and I remember it as being very technical. Asa Hilliard came to First World Alliance and endorsed it so I bought it. Not sure how I would receive it now. I basically remember it as a straight up grammar book.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Agya Yaw View Post
      I read this book years ago when it first came out and I remember it as being very technical. Asa Hilliard came to First World Alliance and endorsed it so I bought it. Not sure how I would receive it now. I basically remember it as a straight up grammar book.
      If I was in a study group reading with others and a mdw ntr teacher I think I could get through it better. But I am plugging away...



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      He does an excellent job. There was one point where he said Ddw was Abydos, but that's AbDw. I'm sure he just slipped. Ddw is referred to as Busiris. I hadn't read Let the Ancestors Speak before, but I remember it from the family bookstore back in the day. I found it online and we can definitely use the lessons in there for the mdw nTr study group.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Obadele Kambon View Post
      He does an excellent job. There was one point where he said Ddw was Abydos, but that's AbDw. I'm sure he just slipped. Ddw is referred to as Busiris. I hadn't read Let the Ancestors Speak before, but I remember it from the family bookstore back in the day. I found it online and we can definitely use the lessons in there for the mdw nTr study group.
      It's definitely a slip up because on pg 53 in "Let the Ancestors Speak" it's AbDw.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Tenkamenin View Post
      It's definitely a slip up because on pg 53 in "Let the Ancestors Speak" it's AbDw.


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