Metu Neter - Vols I - II - III : The word Metu Neter

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High Priest said:
For those who know , please can you tell me/us, in which specific African language the word "Metu Neter" originated.

Bless you all


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All Languages originated from the "First" language ever spoken by Hue-Mans...that is the "TWI". The TWI is the Absolute Origin of every and all spoken Languages...even unto this very day...are only variasions of the African TWI Language. The TWI people are the "Original" so-called African...that the African them self call the "Ancient-Ones" of whom Menis (little-people) was one of those great ones who during his administration and leadership..."United" all of (Merita) so-called Africa..."Upper and Lower"...Kemet (KMT). Understand...The whole of Africa and the (Tamert) Earth was called Kemet or KMT in ancient times and the small part we know of today (Egypt) was only the Capital of the "World" at that time. Know Thy Self and Know G-d and know how great you really are...African!

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http://www.worldlanguage.com/Languages/Twi.htm
http://www.language.com.au/twi.html
http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/lang.html
http://www.fiankoma.org/schoolsite/yourname.htm :spinstar:

Note: when it is said that "We" gave the world Civilization...that is Absolutely true and correct...the europians and every one else knows except the African (some) and African in (most) Amerikkka.
 

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Music Producer said:
Page 331 Wallis Budge, “An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary”.
metu = man as a begetter.

Page 401 Wallis Budge, “An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary”.
neter = the word in general use in text of all periods for GOD and “god”.

Page 1008 Wallis Budge, “An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary”.
Neter = the temple of Isis at Hebit.

The best translation for the title “Metu Neter” would be “man begets god”.

The title has nothing to do with meaning “the word of god”.

When u post some thing so wrong and then quote a white man and with pride it shows that u are not taking your understanding of our spirtuality seriously enought to a least read more into the subject . it just makes me:thinking:
 

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emanuel goodman said:
When u post some thing so wrong and then quote a white man and with pride it shows that u are not taking your understanding of our spirtuality seriously enought to a least read more into the subject . it just makes me:thinking:
the original poster accepted his translation from the white man as gospel.:?:
 

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emanuel goodman said:
When u post some thing so wrong and then quote a white man and with pride it shows that u are not taking your understanding of our spirtuality seriously enought to a least read more into the subject . it just makes me:thinking:
So are you now saying that Wallis Budge’s Dictionary is crap?

Would you be as kind to point me to an Hieroglyphic Egyptian Dictionary that was written by an African American?
 

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you accept a translation from a white man? are you mad?
Mr James, no, I`m not mad. First of all I did not asked for any translation. And secondly I don`t know if Music Producer is a white man.

I just asked which African language the word "Metu Neter" originated. Then I get the translation ,"Man begets god". It is not that, I accepted the translation, that is why, I asked in which African language when you say: Metu Neter , it means; Man begets god. Then I have been told by Music Producer that, nobody speaks that language in Africa anymore. As a result , I have done a little bit of research , and find out that the Bamileke people ( from Kameroon west Africa) have a sacramental practice called :Medoo Mba. So now, I`m going to find out more, from Kameroon people to see, if Medoo Mba has the same meaning with Metu Neter as the translation I get earlier or something else. Metu Neter can be a pronunciation in another African language , but which one ? You can`t tell me the word Metu Neter still exist while the language in which is spoken just disappear !

Bless you all
 
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