Decoding of Unsolved Egyptian Hieroglyphs

Homo Sapiens towards Africa

Movement out of Africa (Red Sea Crossing, Haadryas Baboon)
Out of Asia (India) theory
Human towards Africa (via Egypt, Kenya) (Czech,Boii,Odin,r 'odr',Tornado, Thor, Scandinavia)
Names of Mount Kenya (Greek)
An origin of script through the Hieroglyph ( 'A' has not arisen through alpha)
How has Devnagri' d (k)' originate?
What is a letter or glyph?
What is Egyptian Hieroglyph?
Vowels in Hieroglyphs
Decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphs
Who was the god of Ancient Egyptians?
Eye of Horus (A rearing Cobra:, A lion Head:, Statue's green colour )
Wedjet (Vidyut)
Km.t (Misr)
Opening of the mouth ceremony
Qetesh, Indian "Durga", Akkadian "Istar", Latvian "Mara"
'Nehebkau' (hieroglyph)
Adze on block (hieroglyph)
Cobra at rest (hieroglyph)
Ra (hieroglyph)
Stool-or-mat (hieroglyph)
Quail Chick (hieroglyph)
Bread bun (hieroglyph)
Give birth (hieroglyph)
Sickle (hieroglyph)
Plinth (hieroglyph)
Sickle with Plinth (hieroglyph)
Sieve (hieroglyph)
Viper (hieroglyph)
Ib (heart) (hieroglyph)
Some others hieroglyphs (E-13, E-26, E-34, Q-5, S-18, S-24, S-39, S-41, T-22, U-40)
False beard
Khat (apparel)
Shell (etymology)
Will (etymology)
Loki (Norse)
Bragi (Norse)
Akka (Finnish mythology)
sir Vanir war (Asia)


Roman emperor Augustus depicted as an Egyptian pharaoh wearing the nemes .

The Sanskrit word N-h + ni-m (ni-mi) + shee-rs-k ug fue "kh'kZd meaning is 'fasting + winkling, twinkling + a helmet, headdress, head': a fasting headdress with winkling, twinkling. Golden and blue strips are the action of twinkling, which is a sign of lightning. The word 'nh nimi sheersk' being nick became 'nemes (nimish)', which means 'winkling, shutting, the eye, twinkling of the eyes as a measure of time, a moment, a name of Vishnu (fire).

So-called nemes was the golden striped (the synonym of lightning) head cloth, synonym of twinkling eyes as well as thunderbolt, worn by pharaohs- a representative of god, in ancient Egypt. It covered the whole head and nape of the neck and had two large flaps like ends of lightning, which hung down up to shoulders. Kings wore the linen wrapper-a synonym of lightning also, because the ancient Egyptian pharaohs were not allowed to let their hair be seen by "commoners" of Egypt.

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