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Adinkra: The Meaning Behind the Symbols
The symbols on our bars are called adinkras. They are a very important part of Ghanaian history and culture. Adinkras were used as a way to communicate in a pre-literate society to convey complex beliefs and meanings.
The word Sankofa is a combination of two words - 'sanko' which means 'go back' and 'fa' which means 'take', fully translating to 'go back and take.' This symbol teaches the wisdom in learning from the past, which helps to build a better future.
This symbol represents two rams' horns engaged in battle. A ram will fight against its foes, but submit when necessary. The ram demonstrates that even the strong need to be humble.
This symbol tells the story of two Siamese crocodiles who share one stomach yet fight over food. It is a reminder to use compromise instead of fighting to accomplish goals.
In West African folklore, Ananse the spider was the trickster messenger of the Supreme Being. The Ananse Ntonan means the 'spider's web' and respresents the creativity of the weaver, the complexities of life, and the wisdom which comes from being the divine messenger.
This is a symbol of spiritual care and the sanctity of Mother Earth. It represents the importance of respecting and nurturing the Earth.
Similar to how a crocodile can live both on land and in water, this symbol signifies the need to continually adapt to different situations.