Adapa, Tak Adama and more revelations
There are several names
in the Akan and Ga languages that point to Sumeria-Mesopotamia (the
Annunaki experiments) and to Egypt (and ultimately to Sirius) which I
would like to point out here. Some of these are names of things, some
are names of rulers and some are names for "God".
The first one of
interest is the Akan word "Adepa" which is almost identical to "Adapa".
In the Akan language, "Adepa" means "that which is good". From Sumerian
lore, we are told that "Adapa was a mortal from a godly lineage, a son
of Ea (Enki in Sumerian), the god of wisdom and of the ancient city of
Eridu, who brought the arts of civilization to that city" (Wikipedia).
The suffix "pa" means "good". So in the Akan language, "Adepa" is "Ade"
(thing) "pa" (good). Interesting, isn't it? It is siginificant that
"Adapa" is tied to Enki. As I point out in section 5 of the Akan Book,
the Akan are descendants of Ea/Enki. Whether this is good, bad or
neutral is another matter.
But it is not only the
Akan that are related to the Ea/Enki faction. The Ga people of Ghana
have a long history of and association with group of Sirian-Reptilians.
Among the Ga, one of the common king names is "Tackie". Now it did not
hit me until only recently that "Tackie" is actually a representation
of "Tak" which is a variant of "Dak". Who are the "Dak"? They are the
Sirian Warriors! This is the name they go by..."Dak". We have learned
this from Robert Morning Sky's works.
To make the story more
interesting one of the current contenders to the the Ga throne as of
this writing goes by the name "Tackie Adama"! Now those who are
familiar with the "Tak Adama" know very well what these were. These
were the humans engineered by the Orion and Sirian genetic engineers to
do the work of the Annunaki. That is, mining gold, serving as soldiers
and as workers for these Sirian-Reptilian folk. So to have a rival "Ga
Mantse" (office of Ga King) go by the name "Tackie Adama" is very
significant. June 2011 brought about the beginning of this power
struggle between the two rival Ga Mantses. Very interesting. Tak Adama.
Yet it does not end
there. There are several Akan and Ga names that point not only to
Sumerian-Mesopotamian connections but also to Egyptian ones. A common
Ga surname is "Ankrah". Has anyone stopped to think that this name
"Ankrah" is..."Ankh--RA"! Pretty amazing, isn't it? RA was
an Egyptian 'deity'...he was a Sirian-Reptilian being, son of
Enki/Ptah. Same line, people.
These are not "New Age"
names. They have existed among these people for a long time, likely
many hundreds or a few thousand years at least.
What about the Akan word
for lord..."Wura"! Yes, pretty incredible, isn't it? "WU-RA"..refers to
"RA". When an Akan person says, "Me wura", they are saying "My
Lord/Master". And then you've got another common name for 'god' which
is still in common usage today...."Awurade"! Every Akan speaking person
knows this name for god. Let me break it down: "A-WURA-DE"....this
means "Lord/Master's possession(s)", in other words, "That which
belongs to the Lord/Master". Some Akan people sometimes say or sing the
words "Awurade, hu yƐ mƆ bƆ
oo.." meaning "God please pity us/please have mercy on us".
Let us however return to
our story. So "Wura" is quite likely a reference to "RA". RA is known
to have taken over control of Earth from competing Sirian-Reptilian
factions with the help of an Orion reptilian queen from the rebel
group. He then changed the old names of the pantheon of "gods" (his
Sirian-Reptilian competition) to have only himself as the one ruler. It
may be interesting for some to observe that RA changed "Amun" to
"Amun-RA". What was the original Egyptian name for "Amun", before the
Greek corruption? It was "Yamanu"! "Yamanu" became "Yamun" and then
"Hammun" and then "Amun". So why the excitement on my part? See section
5.5 of the Akan book! Yamm/Ea/Hea/Ptah all refer to the same being
which the Akan call "Nyame". So we can see that "Yamanu" in the Ancient
Egyptian tongue is "Nyame-Anu" in the Akan language!!
Important to note here
that the Amun, Amun-Ra and Osiris cults were very popular in Libya and
Nubia (supposedly) even after the popularity of these two cults waned
in Ancient Egypt.
Yes, Akwadapa is
breaking it down, bit by bit! As I've mentioned before, this Akan
project was one of the tasks I had to do in this incarnation. If
destiny permits, I will keep following the threads to hopefully arrive
at more revelations. It also occurred to me now that "Akwadapa" can be
seen to have two meanings: Akwada-pa and Aku/Akhu-Adapa. The first
meaning I've known since the beginning of the project, the second one
occurred to me only today as I was writing this up. There is a very
deep significance to the first meaning, which goes beyond the
colloquial Akan meaning. It has a reference to something about my
Higher Self. The second meaning has a reference to a larger soul group
with which my Higher Self is related, something I have known for a few
years now. My Higher Self is has incarnated into an "Adapa" physical
body in this incarnation.
Akwadapa was a name that
randomly occurred to me when I was choosing an email handle for the