. Why should we be confused by the language of the Kamite-Kemite-Egyptian?
If we understood the fundamentals of the languages we use, we would also understand the Egyptian language much more assuredly.
Understanding anything fundamentally is a key to being able to more easily understand other things.
The main reason we understand our languages but yet do not understand the Egyptian language is lack of awareness of the fundamental principles and characteristics pertaining to all creations.
One fundamental of language is: all languages came from the same source.
From the same place came all human languages, all sound languages, all sign languages, all picture languages, all symbol languages, all color languages, all music languages, all dance languages, all art languages, all mathematical languages, all movie languages, all legal languages, all rock languages, all dirt languages, all animal languages, all medical languages, all insect languages, all computer languages, all plant languages, all cellular languages, all elemental languages...
If we at least knew this about the languages we use and other languages, we would at least be using more of our sensing abilities to understand the metaphors of a particular language so we could understand more about communicating, communing and conversation.
Still to this day, we talk a lot and hear a lot but have little conversation, even within self, since the way we reckon language is not as it should be - as being symbolic of the Universal Self.
These fundamental symbols are everywhere in Creation and in each of Us. Language is Primordial and is not private to any group.
Know the fundamental language of self and simultaneously know the fundamental language of all else.
So again, why should we be confused by Egyptian languages in all the forms it is called today and all the forms it actually went through back in the day?
"...the oldest mythology, religion, symbols, language, had their birth-place in Africa, that the primitive race of Kam came thence, and the civilisation attained in Egypt emanated from that country and spread over the world. The most reasonable view on the evolutionary theory—and those who do not accept that have not yet begun to think, for lack of a starting point— is that the black race is the most ancient, and that Africa is the primordial home."
"The greatest difficulty in creation is the beginning, not the finishing, and to the despised black race we have at length to turn for the birth of language, the beginnings of all human creation, and, as the Arabic saying puts it, let us “honour the first although the followers do better."
Massey, Gerald, "A book of the beginnings : containing an attempt to recover and reconstitute the lost origines of the myths and mysteries, types and symbols, religion and language, with Egypt for the mouthpiece and Africa as the birthplace”), 1881, p. 18/pdf 30 and 23/35.
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