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Who Holds The Power

To Define?

 

Who holds the power defined the words (spells) coming out of your mouth? Institutional racism is not simply about being denied access into White society, it is also about the removing of our indigenous Being from our collective memory. It’s about denying the validity and even the very existence of authentic spiritual and indigenous intelligence.

 

This is what any colonial-based society must suppress, and if (as Americans) we have moved on from such colonial thinking and practices, it is time then to begin thinking beyond colonial “norms” and cultural stands, re-thinking the people that they called “barbarians”, “savages”, ”pagans”, “heathens”, “primitives”, “natives”, “Niggers”, “Negros”, “Black”, “Moors”, “Black-A-Moors”.. 

Study those words and their origins.

Nigger, Negro, African American, Afro American, Colored, Blacks or even Moors or Black-A-Moor means something sub-human and subordinate to some White people. The real question is…

 

  • Who holds the power to define the words (spells) coming out of your own mouth?

  • Who or what defines your reality?

  • Is it you, or is it your programming?

The words (spells) we are speaking are culturally degrading us. It is not simply the word Nigger that is disrespectful to our Spirit or Being—it is the whole of the English, French, Spanish, Portuguese languages that are disrespectful to our Being. Study the words (spells) coming out of your mouth.

“There is one whose rash words are like sword thrusts, but the tongue of the wise brings healing. (Proverbs 12:18)” As Children of God, our tongues have a lot of power. Proverbs 18:21 confirms this by saying, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits.” 

Niggers are NOT facts in, or of, history.

Nigger is a degrading racial epithet hurled at dark-skin people. It is a degrading term in the sense of how it is used as a diminishment of the original Niger (n-i-g-e-r) which IS a fact in, and of, real history.

Again, this is who and what ancient Nigers really were; they were the ancient Aethiops; they were among the first astronomers and thus, the first agriculturalists. They were not hunter-gather types.

 

They were not even the warrior types. They were the unarmed vegetarians that lived in self-sustaining, stable environments conducive for star-gazing, art, dance and weaving, along with long hours of experimentation, meditation and play.

 

Factually and literally, everything about the real etymology of the word Niger points back the gods, ethereal being and heaven. 

“Now there were in the church that was at Antioch certain prophets and teachers; as Barnabas, and Simeon that was called Niger, and Lucius of Cyrene, and Manaen, which had been brought up with Herod the tetrarch, Saul.” Acts 13:1

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The Word “N-G-R” Means “God, Prophet, Teacher, King” In Ancient Egyptian.

 

The father of the “n” word was the word used by the ancient Egyptians for “God.”

 

That word was “N-g-r” and as one can see, there are no vowels in this word. 

 

In the ancient African languages (the Afro-Asiatic linguistic family) vowels such as “a, e, i, o, u” are not found in many translations, particularly of ancient Hebrew and Egyptian languages.

 

Many African Words Denoting People and Important People Starts With “N”

 

In many African languages particularly the Niger-Congo language family. Words that connects with people, Gods, and groups begin with “n” and that word is always the first word. 

 

For instance, the word “Nkosi” in Xhosa is “God.” The word “Ndaba,” in another South African language is “counsel” (or gathering of elders).

 

Many common names also begin with “N”.

 

Words of African Origins That Came From The Original Word, N-G-R (Pronounced Ni-ger)

 

  • N-g-r (Egyptian; pronounced en-ger) means God, King, Prophet, Teacher.

  • Negash (Ethiopia; ne-gash) means “King”

  • N-G-S means “To Reign”

  • Negus (Ethiopian Sovereign King: The word NEGUS (ne-goos) is a noun derived from the ancient Semetic verbal root N-G-S, means to reign.ns sovereign ruler: King and Emperor

  • Nkosi (Xhosa; en-kosi) means God

  • Ndaba (Zulu; en-daba) means Counsel/Officials,

  • Naga (East Indian, Nubian) means People

  • Nugarmarta (West African) means People. 

Read more on Nubian, Egyptian, West African and Ancient American trade and commercial connections in ancient times; see the books:

 

  1. “Real Niggaz” by KRS-ONE  Buy This Book Today!

  2. ”Black People Are Dead In Law: So Restore Your Citizenship” by Issa Ra El  Buy This Book  Today!

Where did the Romans first heard the original meaning of the N-I-G-E-R (Niger)?

 

A Roman general invading Nubia from Egypt would probably have used the Egyptian term for Pharaoh, which was “N-g-r” (God, King, Prophet, Teacher).  

 

The word “N-G-R” (NI-GER) After It Was Corrupted By The Europeans

 

  • Niger means Black/African in Latin (pronounced “ni-ger.”)

  • Nero means Black in Italian.

  • Negre means Black in French.

  • Negro means Black in Spanish.

 

The English called Blacks “Moor” or “Black-a-Moor” before they began using the word “Negro” to refer to Blacks. From that word came the racial epithet, “Nigger.”

We must study our history in order to develop our consciousness.

 

Every time one uses the word “nigger” to refer to a Nubian or Indigenous person, they are actually calling that person “God.” 

 

When we say that our Afros and locks are “natural,” we don't realize the significance of the word or the true meaning. But something in our consciousness simply cannot be destroyed. 

 

To say we are going “natural,” means we are going back to being “gods,” because the word “natural,” comes from the original Egyptian word, “n-t-y-r” which means “God.”

You can clearly see linguistically that the same people being called Nigers and Negroes are the same people called “Ethiopians”, “Egyptian” and “Libyans.”

 

And we can also see linguistically how they are being moved around from one location to another based upon who is invading their regions and misplacing them.

It is the culture of the learning institution that perpetuates the racism of its founders through the institution.

 

So, in their colonial institutions, our real ancestors were not called “Africans”, or “Blacks”, or “African Americans”, or “Afro-Americans”.

In European and English World History our ancient ancestors are called “Nigers”, and it is by searching the etymology of this word (Niger) that we shall see more of our real ancestry and what really happened to them (us) in European, English, America and World History.

Again, who holds the power to define the words coming out of your mouth?