The gye nyame symbol is probably the best known adinkra symbol from Ghana. It means “except for God” and signifies the all-knowing power of God. It is used in decorations, clothing, and artwork. It is a reflection of the religious character of the Ghanaian people.
I first looked at this and thought sexual energy or jing. Life's creative energy from the spinning or dancing of two contemporary forms of life- yin yang. The actual translation of this God symbol represents omnipotence, so my conclusion is correct. 8 parts to symbolize union of opposites which are curved, rounded at the tips to denote circulation.
You guys, we literally have the African yin yang, the primordial "of god" which is the etheral space all is developed. This god is what sent a large python to Anansi, the spider God whose stories are an allegory for the work itself. Anansi gets the serpent drunk and beats it, so will it not fall back down to the tip then at the root, which will detail the true sol 666 symbol of the dragon, which paves the way to immortality through the serpent if I'm correct from simple study. To continuously have this amplified force enliven and fix the soul.
What we have here is more proff of African past, lol (qigong) from god- Nyame, which is also depicted as gye Nyame, with a circle around. The African yin yang of the Akan people. FnA (fucking awesome).
Now remember, when things look bad and it looks like you're not gonna make it, then you gotta get mean. I mean plumb, mad-dog mean. 'Cause if you lose your head and you give up then you neither live nor win. That's just the way it is.
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