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Asar Imhotep's New Book on Ancient Egypt: Aaluja

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Greetings Everyone

I am happy to announce that I will be releasing my book titled Aaluja: Rescue, Reinterpretation and the Restoration of Major Ancient Egyptian Themes on Tuesday September 24, 2013. I am currently taking pre-sale orders. The book will be shipped on that day directly from the publisher. The pre-sale price is $19.99 US dollars. After the 24th of September it will jump-back to $24.99, so get your order in early. For those who live outside of the U.S., shipping will have to be calculated on an individual basis. 

I thank you in advance for your support and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. The details of the book are below.


Asar Imhotep


PRE-SALE LINK: http://asarimhotep.com/index.php/asar-market-center/product/35-aaluja-rescue-reinterpretation-and-the-restoration-of-major-egyptian-themes






Thoughtful and challenging, Aaluja: Rescue, Reinterpretation and the Restoration of Major Ancient Egyptian Themes Vol. I is a collection of essays which seek, in part, to situate current discourses concerning major Egyptian conceptual themes within their proper African contexts. Much of the reality as expressed in the ancient Egyptian writings has been distorted due, in part, to Eurocentric biases in interpreting the texts. Instead of drawing from the pool of shared African traditions from which emerged the Egyptian civilization, researchers have instead sought inspiration outside of Africa among a (yet to be discovered) mythical Hamito-Asiatic race as the bringers of civilization to Egypt (ciKam). Drawing from an array of modern African languages and cultures, Asar Imhotep illuminates the primary assumptions, principles and concepts upon which African culture(s) and world-view are structured. He then utilizes these characteristics—which are shared among the ancient Egyptians (rmT, luntulome)—to provide us with the necessary conceptual grounding for a critical reassessment and reinterpretation of the major concepts and ideas that gave Egypt its salience. Topics range from understanding the dynamics of the God Ra, the African origins of the word God, to reinterpreting the nature and function of the Ankh (anx, nkwa) symbol, to how “ropes” were used in ancient Egypt to convey the concepts of “knowledge” and “wisdom.” This stimulating book will be appreciated by students, scholars and general readers alike and is a major contribution to the fields of Egyptology and Africology.





Linguistic Abbreviations



Chapter 1: Did the God Ra Derive from Arabia? An examination of Wesley Muhammad’s claim in Black Arabia and the African Origin of Islam

Chapter 2: Did the God Ra Derive from Arabia? An examination of Wesley Muhammad’s claim in Black Arabia and the African Origin of Islam Part II: Allah the sky god

Chapter 3.1: African Origins of the Word God

Chapter 3.2: African Origins of the Word God, ADDENDUM

Chapter 4: Understanding àṣẹ and its relation to Èṣú among the Yorùbá and Aset in Ancient Egypt

Chapter 5: Reinterpretations of the Ankh symbol: Emblem of a Master Teacher

Chapter 6: Reinterpretations of the Ankh Symbol Part II

Chapter 7: Towards a Better Understanding of HOTEP (Htp) in the Ancient Egyptian Language

Chapter 8: Tying knotty ropes as a way of knowing in Ancient Egyptian

Appendix A: The Complexity of Meaning

Appendix B: The Sounds of Ciluba



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