I am currently looking at the relationship between the Ankh and Om. Particularly the Closeness of Amn and Om or Aum Though seemingly different cultures produced two of the three widely used symbols, The Ankh, the Om and The Cross – there is similarities in the symbols Ankh and Om and in the Sounds Amn and Aum that cannot be ignored. The cross is an obvious derivation – so I want include in any discussion. My interest peaked on this subject since that I have found that there is some relationship between the Nubian Merotic Script and Tocarian Languages. Obviously the time periods of the Ankh and Om symbol usage is different then the Meroitic period, but both symbols – the Ankh if you apply the Ogdoad to it and the Om – have a special connection to a primordial vibration.
In addition the Eight Auspicious Symbols is also an interest here. They are qualities that emerge after enlightenment. I find the use of eight interesting.
First, I will say here and then I will backtrack in the other Post, that Ancient Kemet Cosmology predates Buddhism. What will have to be reconciled is:
Check this video out before it disappears. It appears to be ancient sanskrit in India and a man holding an Ankh.
There is also a providence in India called Ankh Kheda and it the photo of it is spectacular. http://www.alltravels.com/india/madhya-pradesh/ankh-kheda-409449
1. what was the relationship with the Dravidian Indians or who was speaking the Tocarian language.
2.Was this language a lingua Franca or trade language in the Sudan that unified the different Nubian tribes without having them giving up their indigenous languages.
3.Was Buddha and Egyptian Priest.
4.Why is the cow sacred in Neolithic Sudan, Nabta Playa and then become sacred in India.
5.Amn and Hathor are married in Nubia.
6.The Mass Exodus of Egyptians from Kmt to Nubia after the 25th Dynasty – before and after the rule of the Ptolomeys.
7. The Ankh, Amn and Aum or all creation sounds.
8. The similarities between Maat and Budhism
9. Is the Eight Auspicious Symbols the Ogdoad or Ennead converted into Buudhism.
10. Did the Gymnosophists have Kemetic Philosophical Origin – They were in Egypt and in Meroe.
11. The words Geru Maa or both in Egypt and India and they both mean the Same Thing – Self Mastered One. This is exciting because this would Mean that Budhisim is a Maatian child.
Lastly George G. M. James Book the Stolen Legacy listed 10 Virtues that the Initiate must master.
Control of thought, Control of Action, Steadfastness of Purpose, Identity with Higher Ideas, Evidence of a Mission, Evidence of a Call to Spiritual Order, Freedom From Resentment, Faith in the Master and Faith in your own learning abilities and Preparedness for Initiation.
The Budhist have the Eightfold Path
|1. Right View||Wisdom|
|2. Right Intention|
|3. Right Speech||Ethical Conduct|
|4. Right Action|
|5. Right Livelihood|
|6. Right Effort||Mental Development|
|7. Right Mindfulness|
|8. Right Concentration|
To be brief, while I am looking – I will say that there are several important Kemetic or Egyptian words that survive Kemet along with Kemetic Concepts in India and Sia, Geru Maa, Ankh or Am or words that have dramatic connections.
To all this should be interesting and often overlooked. The woman who gave birth to Buddha Shakyamuni is called Mahamaya. Mahamaya actually means in Sanskrit The Grandest Deception (or, Illusion) of all — that which convinces us of Existence. In the Hindu tradition, Maya is also understood as the maiden-aspect of the Indian Mother goddess, Kali. She is Mahakali. She is our mother in the sense of the Giver of Perception. Also interesting, The same Goddess, called Maia by the Greeks, was the virgin mother to Hermes the Enlightened One, who had as many reincarnations as the Buddha. As anyone astute with Hermes knows that he is Tehuti and in this story – Maia or Maat is his mother.