This stick is known to Somalis by many names, among them hangool. It is used by animal herders, specifically camels and goats in Somalia but probably cows sometime in the past as well. The ancient Egyptians called it a “was” - meaning to dominate in their language. It was a sign of kingship, leadership and power. It is pronounced exactly the same as the famous Somali swear word and obviously you can judge the connotation for yourself. Clearly the ancient Egyptians were Somali and spoke the Somali language. They even cussed the same way. Basically by carrying this scepter the pharaoh was saying “Anaa idin WASA”. What could be more
Somali then that? Savage.
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