Ori also means head, so there must have been a connection made by the ancestors who concieved the word between the definition given by three-sixty and this part of the human body .
The experiences of Chiekh Anta Diop revealed the main task of the so-called egyptologists to have been the concealment of the truth. Just as the semitic usurpers in Kemet with thier mass erasures and plaigrism or napoleon bonaparte with his cannon balls, the objective of these 'scholars' had been to hide and confuse the evidence that showed the links between Kemet and the rest of Africa.
The roots of the word orisha (which the Yoruba pronounce with the 'ri' silent - osha) may be found within the myth of Ausar. After Set murdered Ausar, he cut the body into fourteen pieces and scattered these pieces across the land. Later interpreters of this myth have emphasised the search by Auset for her dead husband's sexual organs (because that is what they would look for) and ignored (or played down) what would have been a more urgent search for the head (ori Ausar). At the risk of pointing out the obvious, I would ask if on seeing the last two words in a bracket you did not notice within those two words an ancient symbol of Kingship (spelt as 'Ureaus').
Considering this and keeping in mind the definition given by three-sixty, it will be clear that the Queen's search would have been initially for the head. After wisdom, search for strength, to do the reverse could result in futile efforts and injurious consequences.
The myth of Ausar (as demonstrated by Ra Un Nefer Amen in 'Metu Neter') is not just a story, it is a map on how to ascend from the material to the sublime. It is also prophecy because like Ausar, the African nation was rendered into pieces by an envious entity and scattered across this earth (not just physically but also in spirit). But like Ausar, the descendants of those scattered pieces will come together, defeat the envious and regain thier rightful place in Creation
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