Chevdove Posted September 20, 2019 Report Share Posted September 20, 2019 AMAZIGH Names~ What They Call Themselves … According to Script Past & Present https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=909562 Tuareg chief Moussa Ag Amastan arriving in Paris, 1910 *Note: This Touareg Leader's name reflects a common word 'AG' included in many Berber/Tuareg names By H. Grobe - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=13278213 Tuareg in Mali, 1974 *My Note: Note the blue dye on the skin. Although modern scholars mostly place the Tuareg/Amazigh people in the continent of Africa, however, they deliberately BLACKOUT obvious history of many of the ancestors of these same people who also came from the East World too. In fact, one of their dominant symbolism that regards their clothes and especially their turbans of which they dye BLUE marks a historical presence in ancient India at the dawn of post-flood civilizations. India art works is flooded with this BLUE/BLACK THEME of early Black peoples of ancient India. And then thousands of years later, in Central Asia and the Far East, these Black or Brown skinned 'Afro-Asiatics were a dominant part of these countries and well scripted. During the AD 1300s through the AD 1500s, many of them migrated to the western world of North Africa and became a part of the Arab forces in Spain. However, modern scholars do not go back behind this date and times of the Arab Expansion period but only define them based on their partial history in Ancient Egypt. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ So, here are some photos of modern-day peoples defined by ‘exonyms’ [Names that other people define them as being] and also ‘endonyms’ [Names that they call themselves] from the past and present. Now, I would like to preview this and say that because their history shows they were a people that formed confederacies and also many cultures reflect an intermixed people, therefore, the names used today do not necessarily define the people as a whole. Nevertheless, certain root words and names mark their history and connects to the very distant past. And, I would also like to preview this research and also say that when Black African people make the mistake and define ancient White peoples and civilizations by certain terminology without understanding how they descended from Black origins, then they (we) will not be able to discern the whole truth. More importantly, when African Americans dismiss the fact that all ancient script stems from Black civilizations and, forgo and do not search for the origins of words in how they were used and transitioned from past to present, the truth will become a confusion. Therefore, in order for a connection to be made in this research, I will use ancient script references from secular sources and also from Biblical sources. I have chosen to highlight the term “Amazigh” and also The ‘TUAREG’ peoples as it applies to our modern times and then make some connections to the past, because, due to our streamlined educational system and due to the corruption (Separation) of Church and State, therefore some of the ancient terms may seem odd. Again, the Amazigh peoples today reflect a very large history of confederacy and intermixed peoples, one that also includes the significant presence of the Original ancient Hebrew Israelites and Jews. And so, if the ancient names and origins of the Amazigh and certain other African-typed people cannot be understood, well then, the presence of the Biblical Israelites and other descendants of the Biblical Shem, Ham, JapHeth and Canaan, will also never be completely understood and will continue to be a total confusion for us today. Another crucial aspect of ancient script-form that absolutely continues to be a vital feature of some words today would be that deeper meanings are revealed in the reverse form of certain root words and also phrases. For ancient scribes and people that understood script, this script-reverse format was a common way to read and write. Unless specific words are not understood in their ‘reverse-format’ the Bible will never be understood because that becomes one major feature of the Biblical scriptures and this came to be one method, amongst others, in which the Bible was sealed-up until after the Crucifixion. So, today we are not made to recognize how many ancient script-forms and alphabets are connected and transitioned, but it has become a fascination for me. I can understand how the Sogdian script was taken to the east world and how it was transliterated, eventually, the script ‘characters’ were written from the top to the bottom and in vertical columns. I can see a similarity in the Hungarian script form and the Turkic script form. In some ancient scripts, words are reversed, in others the very letters are flipped and reversed, and in some scripts every other line has been reversed and etc. And, I can recognize how deceptive todays’ scholars define the ancient Black-Babylonian Cuneiform script form as being the Assyrian script. For thousands of years and even after script forms have been varied and transliterated to interpret one language script form to another, certain root words have retained their deeper meanings throughout times and, I have been studying this aspect of root words for over twenty years. So, for me, when I read some words, I simultaneously recognize their deeper meaning and I also recognize their reverse format, and this would be a little what I would like to share today. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Berber PEOPLE WRITTEN BY: Michael Brett Berber, self-name Amazigh, plural Imazighen, any of the descendants of the pre-Arab inhabitants of North Africa. The Berbers live in scattered communities across Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Mali, Niger, and Mauritania. They speak various Amazigh languages belonging to the Afro-Asiatic family related to ancient Egyptian. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Berber The Tuareg language is a southern Berber language having several dialects among the different regions. Berber is an Afro-Asiatic language closely related to Egyptian and Semitic-Canaanite languages. https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Tuareg History of the Tuareg …The Tuareg nation has also been linked to the ancient Egyptian in recent research. https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/who-are-the-tuareg-people-of-the-sahara.html Ethnic Classification The Tuareg are classified as a Berber group, and are closely related to both Northwest African Berbers and West Africans in terms of culture and race. They do not have Arabic ethnicity. https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Tuareg Estevanico Facts Estevanico (1500?-1539), often called [“] the Black, [”] was a Moroccan slave who accompanied Cabeza de Vaca on his odyssey through the southwestern United States. His visit to the [“] Seven Cities of Cibola [”] preceded that of Coronado. https://biography.yourdictionary.com/estevanico A SLAVE By Tropenmuseum, part of the National Museum of World Cultures, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=20357339 Bellah constitute the historic slave strata within Tuareg society. By Cap Djinet - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=26188521 Tuareg singer Athmane Bali from Djanet, Algeria By Alfred Weidinger from Vienna, Austria - Touaregs at the Festival au Desert near Timbuktu, Mali 2012Uploaded by Tomer T, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=18703528 Tuaregs at the January 2012 Festival au Désert in Timbuktu, just before the MNLA launched the Azawadi rebellion later in the same month Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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