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The Alphabet & the Origins of Writing

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NEFERTITI NOFRETETE CHETITE LexiLine? Logo  Hittite Queen of Egypt
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Nefertiti = CHetite
The Hittite Queen
A problem of

It is white clear that Egyptian NFR
is correctly guttural CH viz. nasal H
as in German "Ma
ch 1, ich".

One of the great errors in Egyptology
is the case of the nasal passage and nose hieroglyph
(see the picture below)
today transcribed completely erroneously as
NFR - an impossible never-existent "phoneme".

What has happend is that a nasalized term
much as we add a g to spell the word song in English
to show the nasalized n
has been falsely made a part of the word by Egyptologists
as if we would now write song as son-nasal.
It is ridiculous scholarship.

Egyptologists first thought correctly
that it was a vowel-type of sound,
erroneously again that the hieroglyph
represented lungs and windpipe.

(See Maria Carmela Betrò in Heilige Zeichen,
Gustav Lübbe Verlag, Bergisch Gladbach, p. 123,
published originally as Geroglifici
by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore S.p.A. in Milan

now also available in English as Hieroglyphics).

Any view of the graphic (see below)
shows it clearly represents
the nose and nasal passage

and NOT the lungs and windpipe.
Are the Egyptologists blind?.

Indeed, ancient representations

showed two opening pipes of the nose.
NFR is the nose and is not a windpipe and heart,
as Egyptologists today claim.


Their first hunch was right as to sound.
Indeed, the symbol means "nasalized breath"
which is also the meaning of the word it symbolized
i.e. NFR = Latvian ANtVARs = "opening",
and indeed only late in the Ptolemaic era is the term
nfrt  [misread ! as ntfr] for "windpipe" in evidence.

Current Egyptology sees the sign as
"windpipe and heart" which Egyptologist Betrò notes to be
anatomically impossible.

The related Egyptian term  r-ib
allegedly meaning "stomach"
is so clearly Indo-european RIB (German LEIB)
as to cast even more grave doubts
on the common sense of the Egyptological linguists
who relate it ALSO to the heart which is correctly
Latvian SIRDI, also in Pharaonic hieroglyphs as shRTy

where SIRDI is actually the locative grammatical form.

The related windpipe sign
transcribed as SM3 = SMR > SML
is Latvian SMIRds, SMARzha,
etc. meaning "ODOR, SMELL".
The hieroglyph today transcribed as "3"

is actually is a weak R viz. L sound
as some Egyptologists have suggested.

Hence, the Egyptian Queen Nofretete,
correctly reads "cHe-tit-te" (Latvian Edite)
i.e. "Hittite" Queen of the Amarna period,
as is logical.

This period is known for the
sudden change of style and religion
in the Pharaoh's Court
and the exchange of Amarna Letters
to the Hittite region.

Indeed, we know that Echnaton (Akhenaten)
obtained a Queen of the Amazons
around the Black or Caspian Sea
as his wife and he did so by force.

She was the HITTITE QUEEN.


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