Race of Arms: Fever

English: Fragment of a tomb relief showing a funerary ritual scene. It depicts meat-offering of the “opening of the mouth ceremony”. Late 18th Dynasty. From Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London. With thanks to the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL.

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I am easy going with symptoms, sometimes checking up online the first symptoms confirmed as a threat to well-being. Finally and hopefully, there should be some healthy fear left for this upcoming academic year.

Common question

Which are the first symptoms of the coronavirus disease?

The virus can cause a range of symptoms, ranging from mild illness to pneumonia. Symptoms of the disease are fever, cough, sore throat and headaches. In severe cases difficulty in breathing and deaths can occur.

Jan 31, 2020

Source: Updates on Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19)

The fever has had to appear and occur too.

Source: Google Translate

Staying home for safety measures to translate a word in Hebrew and looking at examples on Google Translate just to clarify my idea on what happened. I suggest going back on how to surmise and read the WHO disease outbreaks by year lists.

Source: Google Translate

Okay, the last example is ‘African equine fever’. What is known that, officially, the WHO report on 5 January 2020 informed on “Pneumonia of unknown cause – China.” By the way, the recent Hong Kong protests kicked forward. Seeking for therapy sessions, the corona crisis has worked against the poisonous saying ‘everything is manufactured in China’. 

What happened

An intriguing film that unravels the myth of Nigeria’s Hyena People, who arrive in towns wrapped in rock pythons, with hyenas in chains and with trained monkeys turning somersaults. Some believe that they are part animal and possess magical powers. The reality is that they are travelling minstrels earning money by performing with animals. This examines the clash between the urban and the wild, and the paradoxical relationship that the handlers have with their animals – sometimes loving, sometimes brutal and cruel.

The absolutely crazed video on YouTube published on 5 January has got something to reveal. I have been kept living lucky to find a funky source of opening the mouth ceremony. The guys in Nigeria are exceptionally ominous to perform weird things on the public. 

From Youtube: The Mysterious Animal Gangs Of Nigeria | Hyena Men | Real Wild

There are many stupid questions. What if a snake bites the monkey? Monkey holds monkey sees?

Race of Arms: Origins

On the Names-of-the-Father 1st Edition
by Jacques Lacan (Author)

I would like to remember the names. 

Djibouti sounds easy.

However, let’s have some trip to Africa.

Map of the Obock Region.
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository

Africa is big. 

There were times where black pharaoh ruled. So, for now, countries Sudan, Niger, Nigeria and etc. have exact names, really.

Obock Region

Town names must reveal something serious, an unavoidable toponymic advantage of consonants has to show more than just African birthplace of human beings.

There are names from the map: Daddato, Eritrea, Dalale Daba, Ibira, Orobor, Khor Angar, Bab-El-Mandeb.

The logical links such as b-r, kh-r, t-rm-n and d-d-d, b-b should lead to some psychoanalytic knowledge. 

Comment section

The power of YouTube and Wikipedia come together. The comments are beneficial for tired eyes from general lexica.


These are thesame lineage with real egytians, ethiopians and nubians


Beautiful. They look and share similarities with my Jaluo tribe, unsurprisingly. Cattle herdlers just like us! Thousands of years ago, we were all united as the true indigenous descendants of Egypt/Nubia. They like the Hausa were or family who travelled westwards during the migrations. Glad to see the cultural preservation of the Fulani. Wish my tribe could do more of the same. Love and peace from your Nilotic cousin from the East 🙂

Why not some belief in Language path, in my way.


Wodaabe religion is largely Islamic (mixed with pre-Islamic beliefs).[11] Although there are varying degrees of orthodoxy exhibited, most adhere to at least some of the basic requirements of the religion.[12] Islam became a religion of importance among Wodaabe peoples during the 16th century when the scholar al-Maghili preached the teachings of Muhammad to the elite of northern Nigeria. Al-Maghili was responsible for converting the ruling classes among Hausa, Fulani, and Tuareg peoples in the region.[1]

The code of behavior of the Wodaabe emphasizes reserve and modesty (semteende), patience and fortitude (munyal), care and forethought (hakkilo), and loyalty (amana). They also place great emphasis on beauty and charm.[13]

Parents are not allowed to talk directly to their two first born children, who will often be cared for by their grandparents. During daylight, husband and wife cannot hold hands or speak in a personal manner with each other.[4]

Source: Wodaabe
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wodaabe boy and his cows
Contributor: Liba Taylor / Alamy Stock Photo
Bas-relief portraying Amenhotep IV (Pharaoh Akhenaten, circa 1360-1342) and Nefertiti. DEA Picture Library / Getty Images
Source: Akhenaten: Heretic and Pharaoh of New Kingdom Egypt

I privately guess that the facial similarities still remind of pharaohs’ dynastic custom in Wodaabe culture.

Chains of wisdom


It’s important to note the historical fact that the pharaoh Ramesses II ruled after Akhenaten’s ‘reforms’.

The enthroned Thoth writes with brush and scribal palette, assisted by Ramesses II who holds a water pot and writing kit. As scribe of the gods, Thoth recorded long reigns for the Egyptian kings.
Temple of Ramesses II Abydos.
Source: Thoth: Ancient Egypt’s Most Mysterious, Highly Venerated God Of Knowledge And Writing

The zoomed picture resembles the modern Arabic script, mirrored alphabet on the left arm.

Picture 1. Thoth and Alphabet


Picture 2. Alif
File:Arabic Alif.gif


Picture 2. Ba
File:Arabic Baa.gif

B – baboon

God Thoth associated with the amusingly walking ibis bird and an extravagant creature baboon. Baboon as the name helps to see the writing system and approach to separate pre-Islamic beliefs in Sub-Saharan Africa from old-fashioned Ancient Egyptian mythology constructed under the influence of some Axis Powers, well, ironically observed through the size of Great Pyramid of Giza.

Luxor, Egypt. Temple of Luxor (Ipet resyt): the god Toth carved on a statue of the king Ramses II (1303-1212 b.C.)
Contributor: Magica / Alamy Stock Photo

V – Vision

Hearing the music is just like
seeing the colors of trance
and feeling the power of acid

Artist: Kai Tracid
Album: Trance & Acid
Released: 2002
Genre: Trance

The oedipal complex as pre-diagnosis, as pre-mystical belief, a combination of scientific and metaphysical methods, dangerous methods.

When vision goes slightly haywire in ecstasy, something is seen and conserved through times. Sigmund Freud had discovered uncanny. So, what about ceremonies where uncanny was worshiped, and access to knowledge was nearly constant; African continent, as the birth of anxiety, the vocation to the promised lands.


Picture 3. Teeth

The fancy necklace made of teeth has to mimic a simple question on which teeth and so on and so on. I know, my pen style is always touching the existential problems so I am about to recall how the prevailing world view could be moulded without post-colonial disgrace of the European philosophy, the trap of white guilt of nowadays in 2020.

Hive – Implantation
Super classic hard dnb mix from San Fran’s Hive. Released in 1998, this was limited to roughly 50 copies and features an insane tracklist of badass dnb classics from Dylan, 3D, Snuggles, Dillinja, Panacea, Jonny L, One Drop, Technical Itch, Pure Instinct, Ed Rush & Optical, The Chemical Pilot, D’Cruze, Genotype, R.A.W. & E-Sassin, Absolute Zero & Subphonics, Grasscutter & Extra Breaks, and Future Forces.

It is not a coincidence nor the theory of conspiracy. The Ancient Egyptian path of ‘after-life’ was eager to know; why speaking?

Edited online on pxlr
Relief of the Egyptian God Horus on the wall of the first pylon at the Temple of Philae in Egypt
Contributor: DE ROCKER / Alamy Stock Photo
Edited online on pxlr

B – Bes

The reason of this paragraph is to show Language Limits and ‘reestablish’ the political purpose of Lacanian act of public seminars.

De Agostini / C. Sappa / Getty Images

Bes may have been an imported Egyptian god, possibly of Nubian origin. Bes is depicted as a dwarf sticking out his tongue, in full frontal view instead of the profile view of most of the other Egyptian gods. Bes was a protector god who helped in childbirth and promoted fertility. He was a guardian against snakes and misfortune.

Source: 15 Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt, Bes or Bisu

The pop-goddess Ishtar has “full frontal view” which mainly contributed to Sumerian origin.

The “Burney Relief,” which is believed to represent either Ishtar or her older sister Ereshkigal (c. 19th or 18th century BC)
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Well, from the Bes picture teeth in the ears are extremely visible, fixed tightly.

Language Origins

Let’s admit that Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Gustav Jung, contributed to psychoanalysis in his cool theory of archetypes.

In theory, Jungian archetypes refer to unclear underlying forms or the archetypes-as-such from which emerge images and motifs such as the mother, the child, the trickster, and the flood among others. History, culture and personal context shape these manifest representations thereby giving them their specific content. These images and motifs are more precisely called archetypal images. However it is common for the term archetype to be used interchangeably to refer to both archetypes-as-such and archetypal images.

Jungian archetypes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For many, it seems unclear also why I am stressing on revelations and psychoanalytic knowledge because working with artifacts is about seeing and anticipating how Language reveals, considering the uncanny through space and time.

Extra-thick double cream asks phy

Double, double, toil and trouble.
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.
Double, double, toil and trouble.
Something wicked this way comes!

Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Robin Crow / Linsey Williams
Double Trouble lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

Some Redditor guy questions modern social thinking way more accurate than every member of IPA on congress explaining the click-bait themes on the Feminine, Intimacy passionately trapped in the web of Psycho-therapeutic tools.
It sounds most romantic for certified specialists while facing the severe challenges on Oedipal complex now migrated far to the Asia-Pacific region as a perception of events moves backwards the progressive attitudes in Lacanian Studies.
As for the Reddit community, it is not a big deal if the answer comes straight to the point below the post.

In short I am wondering what the significance of this point is. For those who are not aware, it is this joke: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmJVsaxoQSw To begin this inquiry then, I wan to point out this talk with Stephen Grosz, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XniIQaL1b8k) where Zizek says that the point the “joke” is precisely what brain sciences like Cognitive Science, don’t get (I would maybe even extend this to computer sciences and AI). He argues that even when coffee without milk is materially the same as coffee without cream, it is nonetheless ideally different. He argues that the negation (what you don’t get) is not the same and hence you don’t get the same coffee.
What I hope someone can explain to me is why it matters that they are ideally different when the customer still gets the same coffee they wanted. One move I can think of that Zizek may agree on is that the customer precisely wanted the coffee without cream rather than just simply black coffee. That is, the negation of “no cream” is part of the desire. So in fact, the customer does not get what they want because what they got was short of what they wanted. Does this then mean that brain sciences are not able to arrive at what humans really desire. I think this maybe the reason why they stress psychoanalysis’ importance today.


In recurrent Zizek’s coffee-cream joke well-educated audience gives the giggling response ahead of his last words precisely dropping the bass of applause like the cherry topping to a vanilla flavored world-wide consumed beverage in excellent espresso machine while he is still speaking at some intellectual conference turning his critical attempts to explain the ‘ideology’ into le bavardage. And so on and so on, the sense stays behind the curtains. Sure, it is easier to chuckle over this lack of understanding Hegelian’s double negation and take a quick stop in a coffeehouse where two-tailed marine creature labelled on customers’ honest cups of good aroma coffee nicely served to indulge taste buds in the homely atmosphere. The cute signature penned in haste by friendly barista would make the purchase uniquely delightful, or it may insult unintentionally leaving an indelible impression if one’s name misspelled as ‘vagina’ including any cost-effective excuse for special client treatment with a slightly deprecating innocent smile.