Wabar “Hair” is a symbol of life after death, being hair once it has grown out of the scalp is not alive. It is a symbol of life, growth and death. So we as Mu-nwap-u “Nuwaupians” of Wu-nawap wear a Mijdal “Braid” as females and as males, this in our Shabaṫ “Tribe”, Salal “Race” and Ḣazhab “Culture” to represent long life after this life. The women can wear her Mijdal “Braid” on whichever side extended down from her temple and can include beads. The male wears his Mijdal “Braid” extended down from his nape no longer than 9 to 18inchs. Our Wabar “Hair” grows as nines or Nine Ether out of the scalp, its royal, noble. We are the only humanoids who grow natural kinky, nappy, curled hair as the first Salal “Race”. The Ṡan People or little people, Bushmen of South Africa. The males stood 5 ft 4 inch, the females stood 4 ft 5 inch in height and they had tight rounded hair growth as our Muslaf-u “Ancestors”. Wabar “Hair” is a sign of Sayem “Divine”, all other creatures on this Mikkab “Planet” has Farar “Fur”. That is not bad it’s just the arrangement of the D.N.A pattern arrangement of the letters or marks of a person Laduda “Born”. So this is why we in Wu-nawap as Munwap-u “Nuwaupians” wear our braid with noble, royal pride. Study Wabar “Hair” and you will better Thaḣ um “Overstand” the sound right reasoning.
It’s Here Yasar! Time to get intune and learn and speak OUR language, Nawapuyee! But don’t be discouraged.. by studying, learning and speaking new phrases everyday and being consistent. In 6 months you will be fluent, Munwapu. Knowing and speaking our language allows us to better communicate with our ancestors, get on the right frequency and realign ourselves.