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Ntr nb akhu zp tpy odofo katema is the author of Blackness: The Color of Power and Authority , researcher and Martial Artist .
Ntr nb akhu zp tpy odofo katema is the author of Blackness: The Color of Power and Authority , researcher and Martial Artist .

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The Website is here and being built on yall can get to the Pr nTr Research Center Site here - http://www.prntrresearch.com/ , now , we are in the Process of getting the ways of ordering this research that has already been peer reviewed done to be linked to the page for World Wide Purchase .
We will also have an African Journal Section for other African researchers across the globe to share and promote there research to our page . You must meet qualifications to send your paper and it must be peer reviewed ,looking forward for the community reaction ,the African community from the Americas ,to London ,to South Africa to the Sudan has been supporting our work . Dr.Nasir Satti ,I mention you on my website ,we will make sure your linguistic work be known to the Africans in the Americas and London .
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A sample of some cognates in which patterns was observed using Nilo Saharan . The whole of my work and comparisons using the Linguistic Method and lexicostatistics ,observation of artifacts , Cultural Comparions and an Historical Data review I give my idea of the Kmt.yu Sudanic ( Egyptos Sudanic ) origins of the Nile Valley African States . The term , < rmtch > is said to be an Niger Congo/Bantu word and that it shows the Kmtyu was an Bantu people . The data I have researched and collected shows why the < rmtch > was not just Bantu ,but also from the older Nilotic ( Nilo Saharan ) speakers .I also show why < rmtch > was an High Class and Noble people ,Why the Skin of the < rmtch > was painted Jet Black ? Why the < rmtch > was created from the same essence that birthed the < nTru > Revered Ones ,Deities . Why I place the origins of the kmtyu rmtch in the Sudan.

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I just built my own Studio and worked on my first Project with Brothers around the Baltimore City Area .

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PLEASE SHARE I WOULD LOVE FOR THE AFRICAN COMMUNTY TO BE AWARE ,I HAVE A PURE HEART ....DOUA OU

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Upon doing research on the lower register of this so called Libyan booty palette from an African mind and Egyptian contextual evidence we find an large amount evidence dealing in the distributed areas of these trees .

- Identification of the tree in mdw ntr we find as < mr > ficus Sycomorus tree or morus tree [ see Budge ,a314 ,IV 1149,Palermo stone, Stele of Ichernofre,The Instruction for Merikare ] an Native African Tree widely distributed in Tropical Africa . This tree can be only grown in tropical zones , The Mediterranian zone is ruled out because there is a certain type of Insect that pollinate ,Libya is ruled out and the Nile Valley for scientific pollination and dry arid ,seasonal reasons .[ Chazdon , Whitmore, Association for Tropical Biology ] .

- Area of distribution of pollination of the < mr > ficus Sycomorus tree .East Africa is home of this tree Kenya ,Tanzania ,Eritrea ,Somolia ,Ethiopia [ Chazdon , Whitmore, Association for Tropical Biology ]. note : The sycamore tree, under which traditional councils are held, is a symbol of Oromo ,Ethiopian Tradition .

- Kmtyu contexual evidence of the wide usages of the morus tree < mr > , Coffins ,planting ,food ,shade .

- The throw stick glyph t14 in which the land symbol seems to be underneath would translate as < ta THnw > in any advent the glyph is not just tied to only Libyans but also other Africans who dwells in other parts of Africa . To mention the < THnw > so called Libyans is said to have been originally in East Africa [ Genetic Evidence ]


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THnw Palette
Pic of Ficus sycamore in Ethiopia 
Sennedjm tt1 Tomb ,east wall
Pic of Ethiopians traditional elders doing community gathering under the traditional sacred tree


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