Much is known about this scribe, a story teller without equal. His titles include
One of the “Great ten of Upper Egypt” (Egyptian: Wer-medj-shemaw)
He who’s under the head of the king (Egyptian: Heri-tep-nesw) (But this is incorrect it should be ‘queen’ – you can’t expect archaeologists to get it ALL right).
Overseer of the treasuries (Egyptian: Imi-ra per-hedj)
Overseer of all royal works (Egyptian: Imi-ra kat-nebet net-nesw)
Overseer of the royal granaries (Egyptian: Imj-ra schenut-nebut inet-nesu)
You can be sure the list goes on (and on) – titles were flung about on the wind. Nothing is known about Pehernefer’s family (that’s because he didn’t have one – except for the Lammasu tribe who took him in after he was abandoned in the Western desert (that’s how he got that title – I told you titles were blown in). So what does all this have to do with ‘endings and beginnings’? Not much really simply because the Bhubezi Women are STILL trying to find the keys so that nothing ends – or begins in fact.
Pehernefer had this gift thing, given to him by Hatshepsut – who you should all know by now is a Bhubezi Woman – that enabled him to triple-read any scroll given to him.
He could see the current writing, the history of the writing and its place in the future. Right now, sitting at 4pm with an old scroll found (forward time) at the Alexandrian Library, he could hear the same words Lammasu heard – the Red Giraffe and Traveller were at his elbow, pulling him back to sanity.
“GET A GRIP”!
“We have the key”!
The Authentic Massacre of the Innocent Image. Painting # 102.
Remember this part of the story?
“”Lamassu, for those sufficiently interested was actually the name of Hypatia’s guardian (of COURSE she existed before the Alexandrian library). He protected her like a lion from her beginnings and THAT is where the iconography of his speed and strength occurs. There were a succession of dapper, lion-like men with the strength of bulls who protected the Bhubezi Women, but that’s part of another story”.
When we left him last he was surreptitiously pulling a piece of Erichs map out his Saville row suit pocket, and one glyph in the corner was glowing. Worse, if he had to leave in a hurry, the two Finders were still missing. The Moor minions were also looking hugely suspicious and all this attention was causing his Man-Face to slip to his older self – the one who tackled the Barbarians who mistreated Hypatia.
How much more…
The Red Giraffe and Traveller were at his elbow, pulling him back to sanity.
“GET A GRIP”!
“We have the key”!
Pages 34 and 35. The last imagine is an altered drawing I found while clearing out at work. I have no idea who the original artist was. But having sat there forever in dust, waiting to be found, the charcoal drawing did the trick as a Cinderella. of a found drawing. Pages 34 and 35. Unique artists book in the making.
It is a well known fact that the Bhubezi Script has been held under lock and key for centuries – it is best that way as the knowledge of Between holds too much power for those who would use it incorrectly. Every now and again a note pops up, left discarded, but somehow it makes its way to the Sof Omar caves where a little guy you would not even take notice of, carefully files them to ensure information of ANY form does not fall into the wrong hands. Its almost impossible for something to exist without EVER being detected, so occasionally, those curious enough find SOMETHING of the script.
Here are two recent examples:
“The Bhubezi Script disrupts the process of signification, logic and syntax simply because we cannot read or fathom the subtitles of its uniqueness. It cannot be read in a conventional way, for it belongs to an unconventional tribe. It appears to exist in the ghosts of forgotten, complex language constructions and structures with the focus on single glyphs yielding untold layers of meaning. A simple thicker line inflection can change the meaning on the deepest level – how I wish I could hear it spoken”. Professor Stevens (1907 – Harvard)
“We have only begun to plumb the depths of the Bhubezi Script. One of the keys to unlocking its elusiveness has been the mysterious Phaistos disk, but even with this ancient mechanism we remain uncertain of the full extent of the implications of this primal form of communication”. Professor Somaar (1978 – Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Cambridge)
Note found, but name cannot be disclosed as she is still employed and in danger from the Moorish Darwish:
“Three sub-disciplines of linguistics are directed towards language in action, which I believe to be a foundation of Bhubezi Script:
Pragmatics (ways in which the meaning of an utterance depends on the context of its use), Sociolinguistics (the relation between language and all aspects of society) – including how social hierarchies within the tribe mark themselves linguistically, to the dynamics of conversations and more importantly, Psycholinguistics (how language is acquired, represented and processed in the mind. I have no reason to believe that Historical linguistics applies as this is language in its purist form. It evidences no earlier constructs or forms.