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words derived from Horus

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Messenger: jessep86 Sent: 1/16/2016 2:42:31 PM

All sound is vibration, and the sound of a word is to link it to the truth of the object or subject, for words are form and all form has a vibration that can be translated into sound and into a word of human language, English if studied one will see its all twisted and backwards.

Studying and observing ancient language I see
sat-sanksrit means truth and isat- Amharic means fire

also in Sanskrit Jai means victory, and we know with JAH is the victory

Jai MA means victory Mother, Victory is with mother of Creation,(ises)Her original name was probably Aset and it meant ‘She Of The Throne’ Ma and pa Abba and Amma seem almost universal pon earth with word sound for parents

Its not what I say(word) but how(sound power ) I say it.

For the vibes the meditation of heart and sound power of word of our mouths is the direct link and repartiation unto Zion consciousness and Land

Ises is sound closely related to praISES, we can say all words are derived from the mouth of JAH(source of creation, order, law, Ma'at,) who is ONE, anything else is a lie, deception and trickery of humanity.

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 1/18/2016 10:21:02 AM

English Words That Were Originally Spoken by the Ancient Egyptians


The word hours comes from the Ancient Egyptian god Horus mythology has for a long time influenced all cultures around the world -- By Chance Kelsey

"At daybreak. this wonderful, newborn child, God’s ‘Sun’, is … ‘Born Again’ Horus is Risen. Even today, when the Sun comes up, we see it on the "Horus-Risen", or "Horizon". His life was also divided into 12 parts or steps across Heaven each day: 12 HORUS = 12 HOURS"


Another familiar term associated with the ecclesiastical profession. However, what few realize is that this word originated in or refers to the Lunar and Stellar Cults. The word Min was the common name of the moon, in fact it is were we derive the word moon. And Ster, is really star. So when we refer to someone as a Minister, we are really saying Moon-Star. It is a title that derives from the lunar and stellar cults. This explains why there is a minute hand on a watch. The three hands of a watch relate to the three planet associated with time. The slow hand is the hour hand, meaning Horus, the sun. The minute hand is for Min, the moon and the swift ticking hand is for Mercury, the planet which rotates fastest of all, both round the sun and on its own orbit. This is why the figure of the god Mercury was depicted with wings on his shoes or feet.


Ra", or "res" in the Kemetic language means "to wake up", "to rise up", "to keep awake", or "to watch".  Ra is also the name given to the Sun (as in the Egyptian Sun God Ra) which re-news itself by circling to re-appear.  In fact, you can find the prefix "re" in many words in the English dictionary that points to their Kemetic origins.  "Why would Egyptian words show up in the English language?", you may wonder.  This is because the early settlers of a European land revered the African/Egyptian symbol of the cross known as the Ankh.  They named their land "Ankhland", which over time became "England


The English name Egypt is derived from the Ancient Greek word for the country, Aígyptos. The Greek forms were borrowed from the late Egyptian (Amarna) name for the city Memphis, then called Hikuptah. This was a corruption of the earlier Egyptian name Hwt-ka-Ptah, meaning “home of the ka (soul) of Ptah.”


Pharaoh derives from “pharaô,” the Greek form of the Hebrew word par’oh, which is borrowed from the Ancient Egyptian word “pr-aa” (Great House).


The word gum derives from the Vulgar Latin word gummi, which is a loan from Greek kommi. The Greek form derives from the Ancient Egyptian word qmy.t (qemi), which means “gum” or “resin.”


“Desert” in English comes from deshret, which means red or barren in the Ancient Egyptian language.

Chemistry or Alchemy 

The etymology of the word chemistry is a debatable issue. It derives from the Middle Latin version “alchimia” or “alchymia.” The Greek version, “chemeia,” first appears in about the fourth century and was used to designate the art of metal-working, especially the possible change of base metals into gold and silver. The Arabs later prefixed the article “al” and “alchemy” came finally to signify the art of chemistry in general. The Greeks likely borrowed “chemeia”  from the Egyptian word “chemi” or “kemi,” which means the color black.


Many scholars believe “sphinx,” the name the Greeks gave to the mythical man-lion creature, derived from the Ancient Egyptian words Szp-‘nx or shespankh (living image), the generic word for divine images.


Ebony derives from Late Latin hebeninus (of ebony), which is borrowed from the Greek word ebenos (ebony tree). The Greek version stems from the Persian word abnus, which in turn derives from the Ancient Egyptian word hbny (hebeni).


Ivory derives from the Old French word “ivorie,” which is based on the Latin words eboreus (of ivory) and ebur (ivory). These words stem from the Ancient Egyptian word  “abu,” meaning elephant’s tooth.


The word “sash,” a band or ribbon as part of one’s clothing, is thought to derive from the Ancient Egyptian word “Ss,” via “shash”  the  Arabic version  and “shes” a Hebrew word.

Susan(a)  stems from the Hebrew name Shoshanah, which is based on the Egyptian word  “seshen” (lotus or water lilly). The word for water lily also ended up in a few Greek texts as the Phoenician word “souson.”


It turns out the Spanish word adobe has existed for around 4,000 years, with relatively little change in either pronunciation or meaning. The word can be traced from the Middle Egyptian (circa 2000 B.C.) word dbt, pronounced “d(je)b(e)t.”  In more modern English usage, the term “adobe” has come to include a style of architecture popular in the desert climates of North America, especially in New Mexico.

Barge or Embark

Barge or embark derive from the  French word barque, which came from “barca” in Latin. The Latin version is a loan of the Greek baris, which means “flat-bottomed boat” — referring to the type used in Egypt, as described by Herodotus. Therefore, the Greek word itself was a loan from the Ancient Egyptian b[y]r (bar) (“pram”, “boat”).

Kemetic Origins of English Words

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 1/18/2016 10:46:23 AM


"Its not what I say(word) but how(sound power ) I say it"


I couldn't agree more Idren! For WHO is the sole author of any particular language? Who has proprietorship or trademark/patent of language? What is "proper English"? Since when do InI Rasta bow to the "King's English" as our authority and true word?

Who deems Patois, Creole or Ebonics as invalid? Not "really" a language? Rasta has taken the oppressors language and turned it right side up, with terms such as "overstand", or removing the CON in words and replacing it with "I", such as "Itinue" and so on. The list is too long to mention and I'm not telling you anything you don't already know.

InI do not bow to the standards of babylon, or white supremacy, including its language.

Messenger: GARVEYS AFRICA Sent: 1/18/2016 12:04:46 PM

Path Walker Sent: 1/16/2016 3:12:11 AM

As a stream flows further from its source it becomes muddied. The further you go upstream the more pure you will find the water. However if you can not find the source apply fire and filter, boil out impurities, for it all comes from the same source.

^Just wanted to echo these statements. This applies to much broader concepts than just dealing with language. Who have eyes will see, I man sight that one deh pathfinder give thanks

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 1/18/2016 12:34:51 PM

Indeed bredren! RASPECT due unto Path Finder.

Beauty-full and power-full wordsound!

And very much applies to greater Universal Truths.


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