The Adinkra symbol which stems from the Akan Tribe of Ghana directly translates as “God’s something is in heaven”. It is a reminder that God’s dwelling place is in the heavens where he can listen to all prayers. The Nyame Biribi Wo Soro Adinkra Symbol is in the shape of two ovals conjoined to form an infinity sign with a diamond shape located at the point of intersection.
Adinkra symbols are visual symbols originally created by the Ashanti’s which represents certain concepts, aphorisms and objects that convey profound messages and traditional wisdom including facets of life and the environment.
Nyame Biribi Wo Soro is a monument at the African Burial Ground which signifies the fact that although life may have been difficult for Africans who went through the slave trade, there was still a God watching out for his people.
It is known that, the pattern was stamped in front of the palace where the Ashanti King would touch it, then touch his forehead and then his breast and repeat in Twi, the language of the Akans, the phrase “Nyame Biribi Wo Soro, ma ebi nka me nsa” three times. This means, “God everything that is above, permit my hand to touch it”. It is a symbol of HOPE and FAITH.
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