is a Universal Language

| Ge’ez-Tigrinya | The language of our collective consciousness |

The written word is far more than a means of communication. It can also be a powerful tool for understanding the hidden meaning, context and symbolism of almost every word or word combination in existence.

I developed this insight while researching the Sumerians tablets, the Enuma Elish and Atra-Hasis which i will publish the full translation on my website at the appointed time. The name of the Sumerian God EA (also known as Enki) caught my attention. ‘Enki’ means ‘to give’ (‘እንኪ’) and ‘Ea’ is the God who taught mankind everything and helped humanity build an ark by giving Utnapishtum (Noah) instructions without breaking his oath to Enlil according to sumerian tablets. 

In Tigrinya, my native language, which is almost identical to Ge’ez, ‘Ea’ (‘ኢያ’) means ‘it is’. I imagined EA teaching the first human students their first words; ‘It is a cow’, ‘it is the moon’, ‘it is the sun’ etc. And I also believe that EA is not the name of a God, as humans we have a tendency to associate things with a name, that is how pour memories developed. If Enki is the one who taught mankind, it is our human nature to associate the first thing that person taught us as his name. If we take EA and Enki together, it translates into It is the one who gives. but that is lost in translation with the passing of thousands of years.

On further research, I discovered that most country names end in a similar-sounding way – with the letters ‘ia’ – such as Germania, Russia, Syria, Indonesia and Armenia, as well as Italia, Caledonia and Britannia.

The letters of the first language of humans. In this book, I only use 23 as i believe the rest has been added with the advent of Christianity.

After studying this consistent pattern, I began to translate the names of these countries using Ge’ez/Tigrigna. To my surprise, these translations provided meanings that matched each country’s history and geographical symbolism with almost total accuracy. For example, if we take the word ‘Russia’, ‘Rus’ (‘ርእስ’) means ‘head’ or ‘top’, symbolizing Russia’s geographic position at the top, or head, of the world.

Conversely, ‘German’ menas charisma, a person build tall and physically fit and the ancient Germanic people were large and tall with blond locks of hair which is charismatic even by today’s standards. If we explore the word ‘Siberia’ (‘ሰበር’), it means ‘to break’. This translation gives symbolic meaning to the breaking of ice and ice sheets; a challenge that has faced Siberia for centuries. 

Applying the same system, I then began translating the meaning of the names of Sumerian and Akkadian kings and queens, as well as the events associated with their lives. Incredibly, these translations provided the same level of meaning, helping to both explain and unravel history itself. 

At that point, I decided to write this book, which is the second in a six-part series collectively titled ‘The Last Book’, each of which is based on various types of symbolism. 

In this book I am not arguing that all nations and people spoke Tigrigna/Geez. That is not the aim of this book. What i am trying to show and argue is Ge’ez/Tigrinya is the first language of humans given by the God(s) the Annuna and it is imprinted in our collective consciousness. And when humans dispersed from southern Africa to eastern Africa and then to different corners of the world this archaic language was imprinted into their memory. So in time the languages that emerged within this societies could be decrypted with Tigrigna and gives us the symbolic meaning registered in the collective consciousness, that’s what makes it a magical language. In some languages like Sumerian, Akkadian, Pharaonic, Greek, Latin, Arabic, hebrew, english, most middle eastern and mediterranean languages, the decryption process is much easier than the rest of the languages.

Ge’ez/Tigrinya is the language of our collective consciousness. A language that translates any word, phrase, or a full sentence from almost all archaic languages.

Having researched this topic for many years, I believe that all archaic languages ultimately descend from Tigrigna/Ge’ez. This belief is rooted in the ancient text featured in the antediluvian Book of Enoch.

The most complete version of the Book of Enoch comes from the Mashafa Henock – the ancient Ethiopic manuscripts written in Ge’ez, which remain the only complete copy of the book ever found. The fact that Enoch was an antediluvian biblical figure, and the book was written in Ge’ez, supports my assertion that Ge’ez is, in fact, the most archaic of all languages. some might argue that this was a translation and a copy. They could be right, I am not basing the validity of this book on the the book of Enoch, I name it the Enochian language symbolically as Enoch is an antediluvian figure and the only copy of his story being found in the Ge’ez language is good enough for me symbolically. I could also argue that Enoch could have well been Enki, as it translates to I.nek as it is an anagram of Enki. Ena’k translates to “for you” using Ge’ez/Tigrigna. but that is not the point of this book.

So ancient is this language that it provides a template to interpret the contextual and symbolic meaning of words, phrases and full sentences of almost all archaic languages, from Sanskrit and Hebrew to Greek and Assyrian. It can even be applied to the vernacular we hear and write every day as part of the evolution of the collective consciousness. below are some sample translations from the hundreds found within the book.

For exampe, I picked Utnapishtum, a character related to the Arc in mesopatamian mythology.

Utnapishtim – እትናቢስትም, Atena – አተና – We entered, Sətum – ስጡም – submerge, inundate, drown, flood.

Atenabisetem – አተና ብስጡም – We entered into the inundated/Submerged/flood water. 

The contextual and symbolic etymology refers to Utnapishtim building the ship and being submerged by the flood. And his name refers to him telling the people that they were submerged by water which matches his story in the mesopatamian mythology.

Utnapishtim or Utanapishtim (Akkadian: 𒌓𒍣) is a character in ancient Mesopotamian mythology. He is tasked by the god Enki (Ea) to create a giant ship to be called Preserver of Life in preparation of a giant flood that would wipe out all life. The character appears in the Epic of Gilgamesh. He is tasked by the god Enki (Ea) to abandon his worldly possessions and create a giant ship to be called the Preserver of Life.

Another example, let us take Enkidu

Enkidu – ኤንኪዱ, E’kindu – እክንድኡ – in his place.

The contextual and symbolic etymology refers to Enkidu being the helper and bodyguard of Gilgamesh, probably the first sidekick in human history. Gilgamesh unable to defeat him befriended him and they were best friends as they embarked on a journey to find immortality.

Enkidu (Sumerian: 𒂗𒆠𒄭 EN.KI.DU10) was a legendary figure in ancient Mesopotamian mythology, wartime comrade and friend of Gilgamesh, king of Uruk. Their exploits were composed in Sumerian poems and in the Akkadian Epic of Gilgamesh, written during the 2nd millennium BCE. He is the oldest literary representation of the wild man, a recurrent motif in artistic representations in Mesopotamia and in Ancient Near East literature. The apparition of Enkidu as a primitive man seems to be a potential parallel of the Old Babylonian version (1300 – 1000 BCE), in which he was depicted as a servant-warrior in the Sumerian poems.

Dakshinayana – ድቅሽናያና, daqqisna – ደቂስና – asleep, Ina – ኢና – we are. 

Dekisenaena – ደቂስናኢና – We are asleep.

The contextual and symbolic etymology refers to, as if the gods themselves were responding to man. And  is a reply to a question, obviously. Man in this case and the gods responded, “We are asleep”. It also matches the Sanskrit meaning that is the time the God’s are in their celestial sleep.

Dakshinayana – According to the Puranas, Dakshinayana marks the period when the Gods and Goddesses are in their celestial sleep. Dakshinayana (Sanskrit: दक्षिणायन) is the six-month period between Summer solstice and Winter solstice, when the sun travels towards the south on the celestial sphere. Dakshinayana begins on Karka Sankranti or July 16, as it marks the transition of the Sun into Karka rashi (Cancer).

Andromeda – አንድሮሜዳ

‘əndā’i – እንድዒ – I don’t know., dur – ዱር – forest, Dor – ዶር – pearl, Mesa – መጸአ – come, happen to, occur to, Ma’ada – ማዓደ – counsel, warn, Mā’do – ማዕዶ – faraway, in the distance, mā’ədo – ማዔዶ – enemy, adversary, meda – ሜዳ – field, Anbar – ዐንበር – whale, sea monster.

Anbar Ma’do – ዐንበር ማእዶ – The Sea monster in the distance.

Anbar meda – ዐንበር ሜዳ – The field of the Sea monster 

Anbar Ma’edo’a – ዐንበር ማዔዶ – The Sea monster is her adversary.

Anbar Mesa – ዕንበር መጻአ – The Sea monster is coming to her.

The contextual and symbolic etymology refers to the danger facing the Princess of Aethiopia by the Sea monster after the Queen’s insult to the God’s.

Andromeda – In Greek mythology, Andromeda (/ænˈdrɒmɪdə/; Greek: Ἀνδρομέδα, Androméda or Ἀνδρομέδη, Andromédē) is the daughter of the king of Aethiopia, Cepheus, and his wife, Cassiopeia. When Cassiopeia boasts that she is more beautiful than the Nereids, Poseidon sends the sea monster Cetus to ravage the coast of Aethiopia as divine punishment. Andromeda is chained to a rock as a sacrifice to sate the monster, but is saved from death by Perseus, who marries her and takes her to Greece to reign as his queen.

Zeus – ዚዩስ, Zeyus -ዝእዩስ – the one, it is him, Zeyesus – ዘይእሱስ –  Without him.  

Megiddo – መጊዶ, Maggedo – ማገዶ – Inferno, hell, mawgad –  መውገድ – wave, flood, tempest.

Maggedo – ማእገዶ – Inferno

The contextual and symbolic etymology refers to Megiddo, or Armageddon, which is the site of the Final Battle. This will be the final battle of many battles fought here.

Methuselah – ሞይቱሳላ, Mota – ሞተ – he died, mət – ምት – husband, sala – ሳላ – because eventually.

 səllāte – ስላጤ – soundness, completion, usefulness. 

Meytusala – ሞይቱሳላ – died eventually or because he died. 

The contextual and symbolical etymology refers to the reaction of his community after the passing of Methuselah as he lived a very long life and his death has symbolic menaing, the word “eventually” tells us that people taught he wasn’t going to die, but he eventually he died, It’s like they are telling us even Methuselah died after 969 years.

he was a biblical patriarch and a figure in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Having died at the age of 969, he lived the longest of all human figures mentioned in the Bible. According to the Book of Genesis, Methuselah was the son of Enoch, the father of Lamech, and the grandfather of Noah. Elsewhere in the Bible, Methuselah is mentioned in genealogies in 1 Chronicles and the Gospel of Luke.

By learning Ge’ez / Tigrinya, combined with your own intuition, you could apply this system of translation to discover the hidden meaning of any word, sentence or phrase in your own native language. 

You may discover something significant about your character or even your destiny by translating your name, for instance. You could also translate contemporary events and even political speeches to determine the hidden subtext of what a government is trying to covertly communicate.

I hope this book will be as fascinating and educational to you as it is to me.

Ge’ez /Tigrinya is the language of our collective consciousness

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