The origin of the term Abosom in Kamit (Kemit/Nubia)

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The term Abosom (ah-boh’-som) is an Akan term for Deities, Goddesses and Gods, the Divine Spirit-Forces in Creation. The Abosom are the Children of Nyamewaa-Nyame – The Mother-Father Supreme Being. The term Abosom can be traced directly back to the Ancestral Akan language of Khanit and Kamit (ancient Nubia and Egypt).

In the Akan language there is an interchange between the letters ‘m’ and ‘b’. For example, the word for blood, mogya is also spelled bogya. The same interchange is found in the language of Kamit. For example the term MR (mar.t, mer.t) referencing the Divine eyes is also spelled BAR in Coptic :

Moreover, when terms spelled with ‘b’ are written in the plural in the Akan language, the terms are often spelled with the double ‘m’:
bara to forbid; to enact law

mmara laws
busude evil thing; wicked deed
mmusu evil; wicked; that which is hated
abusua family; clan; offspring
mmusua families; clans; offspring

We have shown in our MMARA NE KYI, Divine Law and Divine Hate series that the terms mmusu and mmusua, referencing that which is hated and offspring have their origin in the terms msu and msut from Kamit:

In the metutu (hieroglyphs) the root terms are spelled: m-s-u and m-s-i-u. The insertion of the letter ‘e’ is a standard practice amongst many egyptologists when they are unsure of how a word is pronounced. The term msu, when referencing the Divine offspring, the Deities, is pronounced by the Akan as b-s-u-m or Bosom. The origin of the term pronounced bosom in Akan can be found in the metutu:

The term above, mesu nt mu is literally spelled: msu-nt-mu. This term msuntmu came to be pronounced msunmu, bsunmu, bsumu, bosomu and bosom in Akan. Note that mst – ‘hatred’ is spelled mocte (moste) in Coptic: The letter ‘o’ is the vowel between ‘m’ and ‘c’. This ‘c’ in Coptic is pronounced with the ‘s’ sound as in ‘cell’. The root ms being rendered mos (moc) in Coptic is directly related to the Akan rendering bos in bos-om.

It is a common practice in the Akan language to drop the letter ‘u’ when it is found at the end of a word preceded by an ‘m’. For example, the Akwamu people are often called Akwam. The response to a person knocking at the door is bra dan mu, meaning come (bra) dwelling (dan) within (mu). This response is typically pronounced bra dam. Here the ‘dan mu’ portion is contracted to ‘damu’ and ‘dam’.

An Akan speaker would therefore naturally pronounce the term msuntmu or msunmu as msunm, mosum, bosom. O-bosom is singular, meaning God or Goddess, while A-bosom is plural: Gods and/or Goddesses.

Msu nt mu references the offspring (clan) of Mu. Mu and Mut are the Male and Female Deities of the Primordial Water (mu) from Whom all created living things are born. This is why the Male and Female Ocean is called Mu and Mut in Kamit. The general term mut (moot) means mother. Moreover, the Deity Mut is a Wife of Amen – the Male Divinity Who is the Great Father. Amenet is the Female Divinity Who is the Great Mother. Amen and Amenet function as Two Halves of the Divine Whole – The Supreme Being. Mut is a different Obosom associated with Amen as a Wife in connection with the created Universe.

Asaase (Earth) is over 70% water (mu/mut). Our bodies are also over 70% water (mu/mut). We are conceived in a fluid environment and gestate within the amniotic water. The seminal fluid of the male is called mu while the amniotic fluid of the female is called mut. The Ka and Kait, the Black Substance of Space, contains the wave- energy of Nu and Nut. Upon creation, the Deities Mu and Mut are born from this Black-Energic Substance. As Ra and Rait moved through the Ka and Kait, Their movements created the Mu/Mut, the primordial water, out of which other creations would emerge. The first of these creations are the Msu nt mu, the Msunmu or Bsumu, the Abosom – the Divine Children. Some variations of the term msu (msum/bosom):

Notice that the egyptologist who recorded the name mesu nt mu placed a question mark by the name and defined it as “offspring of the water God, i.e. plants”. This is misinformation. The cosmology clearly defines the circulage (lineage) of the Abosom. Additionally, the term Mu/Mut has absolutely nothing to do with the mythological ‘land of mu’. The ‘land of mu’ is a mythological perversion designed and perpetuated by the whites and their offspring to corrupt Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) into rejecting the reality that Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) is the origin of the world and civilization. Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) on the continent and outside of the continent who have embraced self-hatred have accepted this perverted myth of ‘lost-landism’ and incorporated aspects of it into an anti-Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (anti-African) perversion of their own culture.

The term nu (noo) in Kamit means to drink. The variation nuh (noo) means drunkenness as well as a drinking pot.
The same term exists in Akan. It is written and pronounced nom (noom) and it means to drink. An individual who is considered a drunkard is thus called onomfo – one who is of the group of people (fo) who drinks (nom).

These terms are rooted in the term nu meaning a mass of fluid substance – the Abosom Nu and Nut Who operate as the Energy within the Black Substance of Space (Ka/Kait).

Just as nu (noo) becomes nom (noom) in Akan, so does msu/bsu become bsum/bosom. The terms msu and msut in the Divine context references the Offspring of the Supreme Being – Amenet and Amen (Nyamewaa and Nyame in Akan). The more defined term msuntmu (bsmu) or bosomu/bosom, delineates the origin of the Abosom having been birthed (ms) from within the primoridial waters of Mu/Mut.

Bsu (Bsw) and Msu (Msw) both reference the form of the Deity. Here the ‘b’ and ‘m’ interchange. The Kamau term Bsu becomes Bosom in Akan. [Note that some Akan speakers pronounce Bosom as Bosum.]

Amenet and Amen
Ny-Ame-waa and Ny-Ame
Mut and Amen

God Goddess
The term spelled NTR in the metutu means Deity/God. The term spelled NTRT means Deity/Goddess. These terms are often mis-spelled Neter and Netert. In Akan culture these terms exist with the same meanings – and the vowels. The term Ntoro (in’-taw-raw) in Akan is the ancient term Ntr. The Ntoro is also referred to as the Agyabosom – the father’s (agya) Deity (Bosom). This is the Obosom which is inherited patricircularly (patrilineally) by every Akan person via their father. It is the Obosom which governs their patricircular (patrilineal) clan. [For those Akanfo in america and the western hemisphere, it is the Agyabosom that governed your clan before the advent of enslavement. You are still connected to this Obosom, even after generations of blood-mixture – for the Obosom is connected to your sunsum (spirit) through reincarnation. This spiritual inheritance is akin to a spiritual y-chromosomal DNA inherited from your paternal Afurakani (African) Ancestral Spirits.] The Agyabosom (Egyabosom) is the male Ntoro. There are twelve of these Abosom, Whom are also referred to as the Ntoro-bosom in Akan culture. These are the Msu Ntr (Bosom-ntoro) from ancient Kamit:
Young Deity, Divine Child Young Deity, Divine Child

Creative Power; One Who brings forth [Seated figure denotes a Deity] A stone – In Akan: abosam: a stony, rocky place
The term abusua in Akan as stated above references the family – specifically the matricircular (matrilineal) family. The abusuakuw is the great matricircular (matrilineal) family or clan. There are seven mmusua (matriclans) in Akan culture. All Akan people are connected by mogya (blood) to one of these seven mmusua. While the mmusua are spoken of as being headed by seven Akan Ancestresses, their ancient origin are found within the seven Abosom referred to as the Seven Het Heru. As Ntorotu, They are represented in Female form as well as in the form of seven Divine Cows in Kamit. In Akan culture, these seven Female Abosom are represented by the constellation called Aberewa na ne mma, the Ancient Woman and Her Children. This constellation of seven stars is called the ‘pleaides’ in english.

The seven Het-Heru Ntorotu Who are present at the birth (ms) of every Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) child are called Abusua-bosom in Akan. Yet, another term used for abusua is Nton. The Nton thus references the Abosom inherited matricircularly (matrilineally) and determines what matriclan the Akan individual is born of. This inheritance is passed on via the mother. [For those Akanfo in america and the western hemisphere, it is the Abusua-bosom/Nton that governed your clan before the advent of enslavement. You are still connected to this Obosom, even after generations of blood-mixture – for the Obosom is connected to your sunsum (spirit) through renincarnation. This spiritual inheritance is akin to a spiritual mitochondrial DNA inherited from your maternal Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Spirits.]

The term Nton (in-ntawng’) is derived from the term Ntorot in Kamit. Ntorot became Ntoron and Nton. This is similar to the Akan term soro meaning up, above, being shortened to so. The ‘r’ and the vowel which follows is dropped. The same occurs in the pronunciation of the Akan term o-soron meaning tamarind. This term is also pronounced o-son. The same dialectical variation exists between Ntoro(t) and Nton. The Abusuabosom are the Nton-abosom. They are the Msu Ntrt (Bosom Nton) from Kamit.
The seven Ntorotu (Nton-Abosom or Abusuabosom) and the twelve Ntorou (Ntoro-bosom or Agyabosom)
From chapter 148 Pert em Heru, Sheft Ani (so-called Egytpian Book of the Dead – Papyrus of Ani)

The Akan are the people of ancient Khanit (ancient Nubia) and Kamit.. We continue to use the same term today that we have used for thousands of years to invoke the Children of Nyamewaa-Nyame:
©Copyright by Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan, 13012 (2012).


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