Kush, Cuniform and the Medu Neter

60,000 BCE

But the writing system we call Medu Neter existed from the interior of Africa. There were symbols that the Trois, the San, and the Khoikhoi used, which morphed into the Cushites’ system, and then the Cushites’ system morphed into that of Kemet.

When Kemet came into existence around 4240 BCE, the system was already being used. The Qustul incense burner, which predates Narmer by 300-500 years, shows the king wearing the White Crown, holding the ankh, sitting on the sacred throne, and Haru on top of the White House.

This demonstrates that the writing existed then, and much of what we thought was art on Nubian vases and bases was actually a writing system.

The word “Neter” was linked to certain cities. The first decipherments were names of cities and trade records. The concept of trade developed the writing system, as records were needed to track traded goods. Symbols representing cities and kings were developed.

These symbols existed from the interior of Africa and can be traced back 60,000 years. For instance, the symbol of Haru can be found on Adam’s Calendar in South Africa, a precursor to Nabta Playa, both on the 30th parallel, along with the Great Zimbabwe and the Great Pyramid at Giza. This alignment shows a coordinated existence more than 60,000 years ago.

In comparison, 60,000 years ago, Asia and Europe had Neanderthals and Denisovans who likely were not writing or even speaking. This highlights the significance of our timeline when teaching the Kemetic spiritual system. Europeans tried to make cuneiform older, but it came slightly later than Medu Neter. Both the founders of cuneiform and Medu Neter were Cushites.

Nimrod, the son of Cush, founded Sumer. The same ancestors who founded Kemet also founded Mesopotamia. The key difference between cuneiform and Medu Neter is that cuneiform is abstract and symbolic, requiring cultural and linguistic knowledge to understand, whereas Medu Neter is holographic and based on nature, teaching the essence of why something exists through symptomatic thinking.

For instance, “Kheper” means coming into being and is symbolized by the dung beetle, an insect studied extensively by our ancestors. The dung beetle’s behavior, such as moving towards the light and using dung for fertilization, was observed and integrated into their understanding of nature. Similarly, the papyrus plant was seen as divine due to its multiple uses for food, clothing, building materials, and more.

This deep observation of nature led to symbolic representations in Medu Neter, where each symbol has an inherent meaning based on its natural attributes. Understanding Medu Neter helps us grasp the true meanings of words and their origins, enhancing every language. For example, in Ashanti Twi, the word “abroni” (foreigner) actually means “destroyer.” In Swahili, “wazungu” refers to a person with the soul of a two-year-old who only takes, revealing a deeper understanding of language through Medu Neter.

Teaching Medu Neter involves learning the alphabet, bilaterals, and trilaterals, and studying the animals and birds represented by these symbols. This approach helps us understand the symbolic choices made by the ancients and the meanings behind them.

Summary of Timelines and Developments

  • 60,000 BCE: Early symbols and writing systems in Africa, including the symbol of Haru on Adam’s Calendar.
  • 4240 BCE: Kemet’s existence and established writing system.
  • 300-500 Years before Narmer: Qustul incense burner depicts early use of symbols related to kingship and deities.
  • Later Periods: Development of cuneiform by Cushites, with the same people founding Sumer and Kemet.
  • Continuous Study: Deep observation of nature and its integration into the Medu Neter writing system, creating a holographic, nature-based language system distinct from the abstract cuneiform.

Key Points:

  • The Medu Neter writing system evolved from earlier African symbols.
  • Trade and city names played a crucial role in developing the writing system.
  • Ancient symbols date back 60,000 years and show a sophisticated understanding of nature.
  • The symbolic nature of Medu Neter reflects deep knowledge of the natural world, contrasting with the abstract cuneiform system.
  • Understanding Medu Neter enhances comprehension of language origins and meanings across different cultures.
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