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      A thought. Could there also be a correlation between orientation and the mdw ntr in the way it is read and written? The mdw ntr is read facing the symbols not backwards as a matter of respect. Also there is an honorific placement of words or symbols that reflect the ntr or neb or "rulers". Could this also be reflective in the direction of the people seeing as though the ntr are originated from the interior and would make sense that you would not orient with your back toward them but also face towards them out of respect? Thinking out loud..





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      Quote Originally Posted by kevlew View Post
      A thought. Could there also be a correlation between orientation and the mdw ntr in the way it is read and written? The mdw ntr is read facing the symbols not backwards as a matter of respect. Also there is an honorific placement of words or symbols that reflect the ntr or neb or "rulers". Could this also be reflective in the direction of the people seeing as though the ntr are originated from the interior and would make sense that you would not orient with your back toward them but also face towards them out of respect? Thinking out loud..





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      Yes, the association with the back and disrespect is common among Afrikan=Black people

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      Could this be why our oppressors from eurasian have us facing their "holy" sites and have oriented the world away from our ancestral land and toward them? So called Arabs have us facing a rock in the desert and so called Europeans have facing toward the seat of an imaginary white man. Maybe if we face back into Africa we might finally turn our backs on our oppressors. Just having random thoughts today....



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      Quote Originally Posted by kevlew View Post
      Could this be why our oppressors from eurasian have us facing their "holy" sites and have oriented the world away from our ancestral land and toward them? So called Arabs have us facing a rock in the desert and so called Europeans have facing toward the seat of an imaginary white man. Maybe if we face back into Africa we might finally turn our backs on our oppressors. Just having random thoughts today....



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      Kẹ̀hìn sí - orient one's back towards
      kyi - taboo, hate, despise
      akyi - back

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      Quote Originally Posted by Obadele Kambon View Post
      Yes, the association with the back and disrespect is common among Afrikan=Black people

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      Breaking the chains...



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      Quote Originally Posted by Obadele Kambon View Post
      Good ones
      Kẹ̀hìn sí - orient one's back towards
      kyi - taboo, hate, despise
      akyi - back

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      Are there linguistic correlations for direction and orientation being the same as km.t? Meaning right means west in other languages?



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      Not that I know of. Ones I know deal with east and west as where the sun rises and falls respectively.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Obadele Kambon View Post
      Not that I know of. Ones I know deal with east and west as where the sun rises and falls respectively.

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      “The day will come when history will speak. But it will not be the history which will be taught in Brussels, Paris, Washington or the United Nations…Africa will write its own history and in both north and south it will be a history of glory and dignity”- Patrice Lumumba

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