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Quibinar #26 - John Henrik Clarke's Teachings

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Figurative Language, Metaphor and Simile


Metaphor and Simile - Create rich and exciting images that convey the author’s purpose quickly.

  • They challenge us to use our imagination when we read.

  • Try to visualize this metaphor and simile (similes use the words “like” or “as”).

-Metaphor taken from the Shabaka Stone.

  • “Ptah, the Ancient One, is the heart and tongue of the Ennead.”

-Simile taken from quote by Prof. John H. Clarke.

  • “History is like a Clock... History is like a Compass.”

  • Symbol - Objects that stand for other than themselves. Symbols are very powerful and can convey a lot of information in a very simple way.

-Taken from the Creation Story called, “Shabaka Stone”.

  • Wavy Lines - Water/ Electromagnetism

  • Hill/ Energy

  • Sun/ Creative Intelligence


Flashback and Foreshadow

Flashback - When an author writes about a past event and places it in the present.

  • Flashback taken from Book of the Coming Forth by Night “I Made the Anterior Era.”

-Foreshadow - When an author writes about a future event and places it in the present.

  • Foreshadow taken from Book of the Coming Forth By Night “I Made the Anterior Era.”

  • “I Know Yesterday and I Know Tomorrow, Yesterday was Asar... Tomorrow will be Ra.”

  • Book of Coming Forth to Day by Night.



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