quote:Yemaya--OK etymologists, what is the meaning of Amen-Ra as it relates to the language spoken by the Egyptians and their former "Jewish" slaves?? How was it used in context at that time so that at least I can get an understanding of the difference between "Amen" and "ammam".
Again I'd like to raise the issue of the "Jewish" people being enslaved in Egypt for many generations and adopting their habits and language, which is evident even today.
Please post a link if you all can find one.
The "Afrim" people who became the "Ivrim" people who became the "Jewish/Hebrews" when they migrated to Europe were never really under any type of "harsh" slavery via the Egyptians. They were "all" black tribes that lived and flourished amongst one another.
In order to tweek the story that they claimed they wrote but did not--the European Jewish/Hebrew people left Egypt willingly and came back willingly...
"The Africans Who Wrote the Bible" by Dr. Darkwah