Ra Ancient Words Ra,Re,Ptah, Ta,Pa,Se largely resonate in Bantu languages for word FATHER and sometimes used to endow respect to men of dignity and Deities. The word for father in the Southern-Soto-Tswana-Bantu language is given as Ra, re, rarae and even rara. Thus Re kglo means the great father or the great chief. In ancient Egyptian’s polytheistic beliefs, Ra was worshiped as the creator God by most blacks at Heliopolis and along the Nile valley. These followers believed that Ra was self-created, while other followers of Ptah or Ta believed that Ra was created by Ptah. In a passage of the Book of the Dead, Ra cuts himself, and his blood transforms into two intellectual personifications: Hu, or authority, and Sia/se, or mind. Ra is also accredited with the creation of the seasons, months, plants, and animals.In later Egyptian dynastic times, Ra was merged with the god Horus, as Re-Horakhty (“Ra, who is Horus of the Two Horizons”) term vaguely remain in southern Africa as Re kglo. He was believed to rule in all parts of the created world: the sky, the earth, and the underworld. The Sotho,Xhosa and Tswana people use terms Ra, and Re to confer ultimate respect to male figures and leaders.
Re-ra-ta or Rerato means Love in southern Africa Bantu languages.Love was associated with the devine so the perfect word for the feeling was to combine all words known that described the creator God Ra.
Amun-Ra,Amen-Ra,ImanRa =imanRa=imanrwa=imandwa=imanrwanda=Imana which translates to God
Amun Ra - was Egyptian sun God; supreme God of the universe in whom Amen and Ra were merged; principal deity during Theban supremacy.
Ancient Tutsi’s worshiped Amun-Ra.The mispronounciation of Amun-ra by Bantus and San/Twa people metamorphosed the word into Imanarwa or imandwa and later to IMANA Y’IRWANDA. It remained Imana even after European introduction of christianity into the central African region.People adjusted in thier way of worship to suit to the new religion but with similar reverence and unchanged esteem to Imana.., note that Christianity too applies term AMEN at every end of every prayer said! suggessting that western religion is subliminaly rooted in ancient African worship of Amen Ra.
In central African RWANDA, to Ra-ta or rata is to exalt with pride usually used with a prefix Ku-rata .In precolonial Rwanda,men applied Ra in introductions to fellow men and still use it today though now it applies to women as well. i.e Bite se ra? (note SE and Ra) meaning how is it exaltable one or the high one.Ngwino Ra-ta or ngwino rata! (Come here devine one/lovely one). Se also is kinyarwanda word for Father i.e Se wacu meaning our father. Se wabo -their father
In Luganda language Spoken in Buganda Kingdom, Se-bo is word used to honor a Man. Ptah-Ptah or TaTa means Father in Luganda sebo tata-(godly father)- expression was passed down generations from time of greater pharaonic influence over Bantu Africa thousands of years ago which is expressed for utmost respect for god,or earthly father or any good great man worthy of respect In ancient Nubia Ptah or Ta was the patron deity of craftsmanship,architecture, metalworking, carpenters, shipbuilders, and sculpture. From the middle Kingdom onwards, he was one of five major Egyptian gods with Ra, Isis, Osiris and Amun. The Baganda summoned ptah(sometimes in other local names) in tomb constructions,fortifications and boat biulding and canoe carvings for sailing on lake Victoria and along the Nile In Buganda kingdom the Baganda people use word KABAKA to address their king with honor. This word remained in Uganda when ancient kushitic King of Egypt CHABAKA or SHABAKA ruled from Egypt between (721 BC-707/706 BC) and extended his influence into sub saharan Africa. Chabaka was also known as Shabataka and the same word is still used today by the Baganda people to address to their king, which they pronounce as SABATAKA.It means King of people.
chabaka shabataka (721 BC-706 BC)
i.e The current King of Buganda is known as SABATAKA KABAKA MUWENDA MUTEBI II.
Sabataka Kabaka Mutebi II of Buganda
Ancient Baganda would have addressed him as SHABATAKA CHABAKA MUWENDA MUTEBI II The Baganda also bury their Kings in shrine Tombs and their Kings wear head regalia with striking similarities to Egyptian pharaohs.
Kabaka Daudi Chwa of Buganda (1897-1939) Note the sun disc over head similar to Ra’s
Baganda mantain the ancient factor of burying their Kings in papyrus/grass reeded Tombs.It could also be arguable that the Nubians,Kushites and Kemetians adopted the idea of burying their kings in pyramid structures from pre-recorded times of the source of the Nile.There were no healthy Grass in Nubia and Kemet and so they used masonry to construct pyramids as seen at Meroe and Giza
Kushtic Shebitku (Shabataka,Sabataka) of Egypt 707/706 BC-690 BC had a striking resemblance in facial structure(cheeks,nose,lips,eyes,chin) with Baganda royal males which could suggest a possible genetic link with royal Baganda and Banyoro with pharaonic families
BA . . The ba can best be described as someone’s personality. Like a person’s body, each ba was an individual. It entered a person’s body with the breath of life and it left at the time of death. The ba is associated with divinity and power. It had the ability to take on different forms, in this respect the gods had many bas. The ba of the deceased is able to move freely between the underworld and the physical world. The ba is similar to the ka. Ba is added on Ntu to form Bantu for Human beings.It transforms differently with collectives and singularities.BA can become KA,MU,WA,U,V in singulars and plurals or describing beings or things non Human i.e Muntu,Wantu,Kantu,Kintu,Bantu,Wanyama,Ubuntu,Vitu.
HOR-AHA or HORAHA was a son of Nama commonly known as Narmer the first ruler and unifier of Egypt. Nama can refer to animal-like or meat in Bantu lingua suggesting that pharaoh Nama or Narmer ruled fiercely which explains his success with unification of upper and lower Egypt. Horaha or Horaho means dwell forever in Kinyarwanda.
An Inscription bearing HORAHA’s serekh (arectangular enclosure representing the niched or gated façade of a palace surmounted by (usually) the Horus falcon, indicating that the text enclosed is a royal name. The serekh was the earliest convention used to set apart the royal name in ancient Egyptian iconography, predating the later and better known cartouche by four dynasties and five to seven hundred years. ) together with a Nebty-name expressed with the game-board hieroglyph, which reads MN.or emen, amun or imana
Horaha or hor-aha,Horaho second pharaoh of Egypt. Ruled in 31st century BC
Giza-means darkness in Swahili. Giza also is pronounced Gisa or kisa in different Bantu cultures. One of the ancient demi god’s name was Gisa. SEMA SEMA. ..word means..to speak or speech in ancient Egyptian. It means the same thing in Swahili. As a hieroglyph this symbol represents the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt. Other symbols are often added to further illustrate unification. It is sometimes bound together with two plants, the papyrus and the lotus. The papyrus represents Lower Egypt and the lotus represents Upper Egypt. MAJ,MAYA,MAZI,MEZI–Means Water in ancient Egyptian and similar in todays Bantu languages. Grinding grains using Stones The Practice of grinding Grains on stone as was in prehistoric Egypt is maintained today in sub Saharan Africa. A grindstone and a stone mortar are ordinary house hold tools. Grind stones are used to grind millet, corn, sorghum, nuts, dry herbs and pepper In Ancient Egyptian artifacts depictions of grinding grain using stone can be found suggesting that ancient Egyptian culture was largely black African.
2000 BC Kemetic woman depicted using a grindstone
Tribes across Africa still use Grindstones. This Ugandan Woman is seen grinding Millet
NKh – is ancient name for Cow in ancient Egyptian and Kush.
in Rwanda the name for cow is iNKha.
Among most modern African Bantu tribes
Rwandan language (Kinyarwanda & Kirundi) have the biggest percentage of words traceable to archaic Egyptian and old Egyptian language.This keeps the theory of the Tutsi’s interconnectedness with ancient Egypt and Kush alive.Or whether they were part of the group assigned to care and guard the Congo and Nile river sources,cater for Gold,Salt and food produce or had an exodus to the interior of Africa following foreign invasions from Eurasia.
We learn that a cow was associated with deities during pre-dynastic
Egypt,Mesopotamia and Indus.
In mesopotamia, word eNKi/Enki which is closely related to “iNKa” is name of one of creator Gods of the Anunaki group largely believed to have created MAN in his image.
ENKI is thought to be what Christians know as Elohim.
The cow is venerated amongst Masai,Hima and Tutsi cultures.
ancient Egyptian Godess Hathor used a cow as her symbol sometimes Hathor is thought to be Isis mother of Horus.
Cow or a Bull was a representation of God Hapi or Apis or Hapis-inkh (note the ‘inkh’ at the end of Hapis!) who served as an intermediary between humans and an all-powerful God (originally Ptah(Ta), later Osiris, then Atum).The Romans twisted this to serapis and adopted it in their mythology.
Godess Hathor represented by a cow
according to Sumerian texts NK or enki,inka created mankind.Note the three heads.which supports the biblical “Holy trinity” and the phrase ” let us create man in our own image”
Pharoah KASEKMW or Kajekkmw or Kajekamwe or Kajekwima was the the final king of the Second dynasty of Egypt.ca. 2690 BC.
In Bantu Rwandan; Kajekwima means he who is born to rule.Kajekamwe means born single.
Pharoah Kajekmw,kasekmw,kajekamwe,kajekwima ca. 2690 BC;
The Bantu name for RAMESSES is RUMEZA.
Bantu name for KAMOSE (1554-1549 BC) is KAMASA which means young Bull.
Some called Ramesses.. RUMEZAMIRYANGO or Papa Rumeza meaning father Rumeza as in Pa Ramessu.
name came from the founding King of the 19th dynasty ancient Egypt around 1295-1290 BC.
Ramses I or Rumeza I .MNFTR RMZ .Menephtrye Ramesses I.Manifatira Rumeza I 1295-1290 BC
Upon throne he became known as MNFTR RMZ according to hieroglyphs. These letters interpreted in source of the Nile Bantu dialects is Manifatira Rumeza. In archaic Egyptian,letters MN and R indicate attachment to God. Letter “Z” was frequently used in place of letter “S”.Rumeza means “the mighty one who gives life” and Manifatira means -”upheld by strength of God”.
The English wrote the name as “MENEPHTYRE to favor western pronunciation,
and called him Ramses or Ramose.
The Ramesess name was carried on by 10 more successive Kings through to 20th
dynasty starting from Ramsess II the great.
Ancient Egyptian and Kushitic domains extended deep in sub Saharan Africa than previously recorded by scholars.
Pharoanic influences particularly around the mountains of the moon ( mt Rwenzori,mt.Kilimanjaro,mt.Muhabura,mt.Nyiragongo,mt.Elgon) is described in Ugandan oral legend as Tembuzi era in 11 century BC.During that time Rumeza or Paharaoh Ramesess ( difficult to pinpoint which Ramesess among the 11 kings of 19th and 20th century Egyptian dynasties wielded that influence over Uganda and Rwanda) was described as remarkable among the Batembuzi leadership.
The batembuzi also are what Shona legend call Lozvi,lozi,Dlozi
In Zulu, DLOZI means ancestor and LOZI means Magic or paranormal people in other Bantu dialects .The Lozvi was term by indigneous Bantu Zimbabwe initially describing Kemetic outpost governors overseeing Gold mining and control of Natural reservations such as wild Animals,medicinal herbs..and Metaphisical monitorings.
Descendants of these Egyptian remnants became elite Lozi of famous Rozvi empire who went on to rule the great Zimbabwe until 1834.
Right around the time of the great Egyptian and Kushitic era, in the North.
Munomotapa thrived in southern Africa.
Monomotapa began around 16 century BC and was a major area where Gold was sourced and mined for supply to Kush,Nubia and Egypt.Many North Africans traveled this far inculding the Numidians to trade.
Name Monomotapa is Bantu for MNMHTP commonly known as AMENHOTEP by Egyptologists.Suggesting that either Amenhotep I,II,III or IV( Akhenaton)
had influence over bronze age Bantus and San people of southern Africa.
The great Zimbabwe walls were constructed under Amenhotep IV’s command
to serve as shrines for his newly monotheistic religion of worship of Ra or Aten
locals in southern Africa especially the Kalanga and Tswana still use word Ra
to bestow respect to men.Southern Africa Bantus pronounced AMENMHOTEP as Menomhotepa.or Munomotapa.
TUTANKHMUN OR KING TUT
Pharoah Tut was a Tutsi as per his name and phrenology.
His name comes from consonants TTNKMN
or TT/NKh/MN (tt=tutsi,teta…nkh=Cow..mn=God)
which in kinyarwanda stands for Teta/nkah/imana…(Tetankayimana)
it means hail cow of God or royal cow of God or devine cow of God
so King Tut’s name in Bantu is Tetankayimana.
In most interpretations of what was found written on papyrus and pyramid walls by archaic Egyptians,19th euro-centric scholars and tomb raiders twisted VOWELS to de-Africanize the the findings in the glyphs. The twisting of interpretations began during Hellenistic period when Macedonian Greeks invaded and took over Egypt for over 250 years followed by Romans.