Ah Bu Gi Da

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Lesson Plan for children at the Sankofa School in KCMO

All thanks be to the most high, the root mother, and their unity

If you think little i writes this stuff you donโ€™t know poetry
He asked โ€œwrite me something on the combination of eyes and black holes โ€œ. 
๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ•ณ ๐ŸŒ€ ๐Ÿงฟ ๐Ÿ•ธ 
I call this one Hz Donut ๐Ÿ“ป ๐Ÿฉ 
EasIer for a camel to
Abugedabra
Tthrough the Ain 
Of a needle ๐Ÿชก 
Pashat over without the draidle 
Invent a new Mayan fable 
A worm to eat a kingdom 
Than fo tell you all that I n I am able 
Si voyeur please, If you please 
Better take the 101 from black eyed peas.
Stella Flannery is the Vessel. Th Is Is Water speaking

SHE whispers Mirror Miru, look in clearer, dig for before the feminine was muted by deceivers, the words make the believers. She says search within your heart and never mind the fears, says she will steer. Todays lesson is in preparation for the children. give them not blocks but tools to hone the rocks, listen so you hear them.

-the still calm and urgent female voice that is in my head

Lesson Plan for children at the Sankofa school:

Materials brought by the instructor: Handouts for each student, 30 notecards for each student.

Materials required of the students: Writing instrument.

Keeping it very, very simple and creative:

Bring notecards for each student to have 30 cards, and a stopwatch. Introduce yourself briefly, and tell them why it is important that you have come to visit them and share with them the etiology of the alphabet. Tell them that magic is only science the observer doesn’t yet understand and that after today, they will believe it or not, know how to spell in a sacred way better than before. Ask them if they recognize any of the characters already, or can think of words for the characters. Pass out the cards, instructing them not to write anything down yet. Tell them one card will be for each sound as you go down the list one per minute.

Show them the stopwatch and put the above photo on the board, or pass them a handout. Tell them every minute you will all together think of things that are important that sound like, or relate to, or start with the sound that each letter makes. Tell them that every minute they can write down what they think in secret, or they can speak out-loud words that remind them of the shape or the sound, and that together you will go one at a time for the full 30 minutes. Express that listening is important and that this is a form of prayer and meditation. Start the clock.

Homework:

Homework is for the students to PAINT the character on the blank side of each card.

For More Information:

For further study, watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42K9hmNhR5I and this one also, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdO3IP0Pro8

but be mindful that the historical record glosses over the importance of the oral traditions and those who keep them alive. More can be expressed in vocalizations than can be written. The video alludes to there being a theft of information, but details will be for you to look into. Ge’ez is not a dead language. It lives within your chromosomes and within your mitochondria and within the very foundations of life itself.

For Writing Practice: https://myorthodoxbooks.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/geezhandwriting.pdf

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