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Now Available! Nswt Bjt.j (King) in Ancient Egyptian

Now Available! Nswt Bjt.j (King) in Ancient Egyptian

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Nswt Bjty (King) in Ancient Egyptian: A Lesson in Paronymy and Leadership takes a fresh look into the meaning of the name Nsw.t Bjt.y (Nesut Bity “King”) in the ancient ci.Kam (Egyptian) languages using the analytical tools of anthropological linguistics and comparative cultural anthropology. Its aim is to explicate from primary sources—and from related African languages and cultures—the methods that inspire the various conceptual and emblematic associations related to ancient Egyptian kingship in particular and African kingship in general. In addition, Nswt Bjty also explores the primary functions and duties of the African king (and queen) in an effort to develop a framework for creating effective leaders in the modern African world community.

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Starting in June of 2015, I will be conducting online classes teaching an introductory course on the sS-mdw-nTr (Sesh-Medu-Netcher; Egyptian Hieroglyphic writing). This course will be unique in that you will simultaneous learn the techniques on how to find ancient Egyptian words in modern African languages, and the methods for properly analyzing ancient Egyptian phenomena within their proper African context. You will learn how West and Central Africa are connected to ancient Egypt, and how to prove the origins of ancient Egyptians themes and concepts originate in the Great Lakes regions of Africa. Sign up today to begin your course study in this unique field of inquiry. The is a prerequisite class for the next course on learning the Madu-Ndela method of scientific analysis using nature as a model, measure, and mentor.


Soul Collection

Intelligent Deep House / Winter 2015
  • Paul Robeson

    Paul Robeson

    "In my music, my plays, my films, I want to carry always this central idea: To be African." (1934)
  • Dr. Amos Wilson

    Dr. Amos Wilson

    "The love we have for each other is the greatest threat to those who rule over us. If those who rule over us want to stay in power, then they must destroy our ability to love each other in a healthy sort of way."
  • Morpheus


    "The Matrix is a system, Neo. That system is our enemy. But when you're inside, you look around, what do you see? Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, carpenters. The very minds of the people we are trying to save. But until we do, these people are still a part of that system and that makes them our enemy. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inert, so hopelessly dependent on the system that they will fight to protect it."