African Cosmology, Spirituality, Philosophy, Social Thought
In our study of Afrikan Cosmology of Kemet, the Nu ‘N’ Word and the Spiritual meaning of name(s) ‘Negg-ur’ ‘Negneg ur’, ‘Gengen ur’ are revealed. The power and vibe of words and symbols have become garbled and distorted as Medew Netcher (later called Hieroglyphics by the Greeks) made its journey into English. The Nu ‘N’ word, in contrast to the colonizing ‘N’ word, brings us into understanding a state of Unitive consciousness and wholeness, symbolized by the, Golden Sun Egg Uncracked. Our antidote is to rid ourselves from that which has poisoned us with its toxin. If we lie dying from the snake bite of the colonizing ‘N’ word, is there anything medicinal and serpentine in embracing the Nu’N’ Word, in our journey? Are our youth, seemingly misquided in the use of the N word? As we embrace the Nu’N’ Word we see the probable distortions of ancient harmonics. Our footsteps re-trace a path deep within our Afrikan Cosmology and Cosmogenesis. We (particularly our youth) thereby reconnect ourselves to that which ‘rings true’ to our story, our healing and our Mother Afrika. Through this reconnection we see revealed that the resurrection of the Medew Netcher is inextricably linked with our own.
Editor’s Review: Adisa Makalani, Editor Classic Transcripts
Dr Terri Nelson, in the fine tradition of scholarship in Kemetic History and culture, has revivified a cultural connection in regard to who we are. While many of us are wrestling with the use of the epithet nigger, she has unveiled a cultural connection to that word. Kemetic culture reveals that Neggur was the goose that laid the golden sun egg which would become the world we inhabit. How we devolved from the lofty aim of this ancient mythology to our present state of degradation vis-a-vis the word nigger, is something which presents a challenge for us. If we don’t embrace our history as life-sustaining sustenance, we will be victims which memory will not recall. However, as Dr Nelson presents, the answer is in the literature and the culture. She has pointed the way. Have fun finding the answers!