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Re: Cherokee Word for the Direction EAST

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  • dave.brody
    I d love to purchase this book, but can t seem to access it on the museum website. Can you provide a link? Thanks! Dave Brody
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 29, 2009
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      I'd love to purchase this book, but can't seem to access it on the museum website. Can you provide a link? Thanks!

      Dave Brody


      --- In ancient_waterways_society@yahoogroups.com, "joe white" <joe_white@...> wrote:
      >
      > O'siyo Brothers, and Sisters, and Chiefs,
      >
      > I verified the interpretation of the word "nah wah" thru Printice Robinson,
      > Cherokee Language, and Culture, Tulsa, OK
      >
      > The Cherokee Word for Sacred Direction of EAST is pronounced
      > in English Phonics;
      >
      > "jew gah nah wah" , the "nah wah" is defined as "Right Now"
      >
      > "Judah Right Now"
      >
      > If you have not read James Adair's, 1775 London, "23 Arguments as to why the Cherokee
      > are Hebrew" and a "LOst Tribe of Israel" you will NOT understand where we are coming from.
      >
      > A reprint of Adair's Book is available thru our Museum Gift Shop. $30.00 plus $3.00 S&H.
      > Adair covers the similiarities of the Cherokee Language & the Hebrew Language.
      > The language down graded thru time.
      >
      > You can order the book, Cash, Check, or Money Order
      >
      > Cherokee Museum & Cultural Center
      > #1 Public Square
      > Lawrenceburg, TN 38464
      >
      > Gah gey you e,
      >
      > Sitting Owl
      >
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