What I like so much about the movie was the Na'vi's love for one another and their joining in oneness, to live, survive and heal one another. It reminds me so much of Jesus' words: "I say unto you be one; and if ye are not one, ye are not mine.: (D&C 83:27)
Also, in making this movie, a whole new language was developed, as the language of the Na'vi. What I found amazing is that I recently read about Joseph Smith's Pure Language, which is mentioned in the latest installment of "The Joseph Smith Papers" books, where the name of God given in Pure Language is "Aw-man".
Amazingly, in the language of the Na'vi, the meaning of "Aw" is "One".
From a post in "The Juvenile Instructor" blog:
The Document (As transcribed in Joseph Smith Papers, Revelations and Translations Volume 1: Facsimile Revelation Books, page 265, with some of the transcription simplified)
A SAMPLE of pure language:
Question: What is the name of God in pure Language
"The Juvenile Instructor"blog
On the Na'vi planet of Pandora their "spirit guide" is a kind of Mother Earth spirit called "Ey-wa", (leader One). The 'wa' title, may be the feminine version of "Aw".
Joseph Smith's Pure Language states the name of God is "Aw-man"; so can the language of James Cameron's Na'vi in "Avatar" be just a coincidence or does "Aw" really mean both 'God' and 'One'?
Makes sense to me!
Visit my blog about the "Avatar" movie: "Tsahaylu" (meaning: eternal bond )
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