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Jah Rastafari Loves you: 5 things Jah Wants from you!

Jah Loves you

Jah loves you and he He wants 5 Basic things from you.

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  1. life as a rasta womanTo live his way of lifeJah Way of Life is called “Rastafari.” It was called “The Nazarite Vow,” in biblical times” To live as Rasta is easy. Read my books. Rasta Way of life, Life as a Rasta Woman to learn more. Basically you will eat “clean foods” lock your hair, and treat people with The same respect you desire. Fair enough, right?
  2. To be loving towards your brother – Love your neighbour and other nation people as if they are your brother and sisters. They are your siblings under the name of Jah Rastafari. This is one of the 10 Commandments. “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”
  3. rasta_meditation_han_cover_for_kindleTo Keep his Sabbath – This is the part most people fail to understand. The Sabbath is a Day just for Jah. One should Honour it and keep it holy. Jah will reward you I promise. You will only know this after you do it consistently. EVERY time after I keep the Sabbath, something good happens in my life, without fail. In my book on Rasta meditation, I talk about the forgotten “spiritual side” of Rastafari.
  4. To not worship, nor keep any “other Gods” – Jah does not like when his children believe in other Gods, or keep other beliefs, or have idols in their home, or in their way of life. Do not do this.The bible says he will let go and turn us over to our own devices, if and when we do this.
  5. Rasta_Way_of_Life_Cover_for_KindleMake him #1 in your life in all things each Day. – Make Jah number one. Read your bible, give him thanks for all the things that make you happy, every day. Give thanks for all the things you know you could not live without, like fresh air, food, nature, family etc. Jah loves to be number one, he will take care of you, if you show him that you place him, and acknowledge him as “number 1” in all Things. Some examples praying over your food to Jah, asking him to bless the food before you eat it. When you enter your home, give him thanks, when you wake up in the morning, give him thanks again. These suggestions are simple,  but Jah loves the Honour so much, he will acknowledge and honour you back.

 

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How to become a Rastafari King (book)

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100 Principles, for men to convert to Rastafari

Hey guys, my new book “How To Become A Rastafari King” is out. Please enjoy the first 1000 words, on my blog. I hope you find it answers your questions on Rastafari, and stimulates your interest in Rastafari culture. BLESSED LOVE. I wrote this book for men whom want guidance on embracing the faith as a King.

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  1. Introduction
  2. Rasta King Way of Life:
  3. 5 Things Rasta men teach their Rasta Children
  4. 5 Acts/behaviors Forbidden for the Rastaman
  5. 10  Rastaman Practices of the Sabbath Holy day
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  7. 15 Rastaman Home Essentials
  8. 5 King Selassie I Speeches:
  9. Posters
  10. #1 “New Way of Life”
  11. #2 “Leadership”
  12. #3 “The Essence of Power”
  13. #4 “Responsibility”
  14. #5 “Spirituality”
  15. Rastafari King & Others:
  16. 6 Unity Connections of a Deep Rasta King
  17. 4 Ways Rasta King Submit to his Rasta Empress
  18. 8 “King to King” Codes of Conduct
  19. 10 Rastafari Beliefs & Principles:
  20. Rastafari Belief #1
  21. Rastafari Belief #2
  22. Rastafari Belief #3
  23. Rastafari Belief #4
  24. Rastafari Belief #5
  25. ­­­Rastafari Principle #1
  26. Rastafari Principle #2
  27. Rastafari Principle #3
  28. Rastafari Principle #4
  29. Rastafari Principle #5
  30. Rasta King Food & Diet:
  31. 7 Guidelines of Rastaman Food /Diet
  32. 5 Recipes every Kingman Knows:
  33. #1 Jamaican Peanut Punch
  34. #2 Jamaican Irish Moss Recipe
  35. #3 “Ital Vital’s” Ginger-Carrot Rice
  36. #4 Veggie Chunks brown stew
  37. #5 Rasta Ital Soup
  38. #6 Jamaican Style Cabbage
  39. #7 Curried carrot soup
  40. DIRECTIONS:
  41. #8 Curried tofu
  42. Rasta King Overstanding: Reasons Rasta King Lock their hair
  43. 14 Tips to build Rastaman Vibrations
  44. FAQ: 16 Rastafari Questions Answered

 

Introduction

 

Every Rastaman was given life to walk the face of the earth as a “messenger of Jah.” He knows that in the physical he has been ordained to live as a humble spiritual King.  For this reason all Rasta man know, there are many things in this life he must refrain from partaking in.

Rasta Kings are Chosen at Conception

A Rasta man is “chosen at conception” to keep his mind, spirit and body clean to ensure, upon his transition, he may be deemed, clean, holy and  acceptable to enter Mount Zion.

This book was created for men who know that they too are Kings, and know that a true King has a special and unique, way of thinking, living and being. May Jah bless you on the journey, as you live the way of life as a Rastafari King.

Blessed Love. King Selassie I.

 

Rasta King Way of Life:

5 Things Rasta men teach their Rasta Children

  1. Rasta King teach his children to love &  Fear Jah – Rasta King’s children learn very young, that there is a consequence for every action. That there is one who sees and knows all things good and bad. His name is Jah, the almighty creator.
  2. Rasta King Teach his “Rasta Love” – Rasta children are taught that other nations are their brothers and sisters under Jah. With them we must share, be respectful, and live harmoniously, even if culture or skin color is different. This is how we as Rastafari share “Rasta Love.”
  1. Rasta King Teach his children to Study black leaders – As soon as Rasta children are old enough to read on their own, they are taught to study the lives of black leaders. Such studies teach Rasta children about, equality, helps to build strength, perseverance, character, and wisdom, as their personalities are molding. Rasta children will learn to see themselves as “here to make a difference”  rather than here to be “self indulgent, in Babylon”.
  2. Rasta King Teach His children to be Proud of their Roots & Culture – Rasta Children learn that their heritage is a gift. One of which they should be proud and that Black slavery was an “interruption” in African history, not African history itself. All Rasta children regardless of their ethnicity learn about African Roots Culture and History.
  3. Rasta King Teach his children to be Patient kind and humble  – Patience comes from fearing jah, and reading his words. Rasta King teach his children to be humble, not arrogant before Jah, and to take an interest in the holy bible.
  4. Rasta King teach their Children to be Respectful – Rasta Children are taught to be Respectful to the elderly and the weak/meek. Rasta King teach his children that, in this way Rasta children are blessed in this life, and save up rewards with the Most High Jah, by these actions.
  5. Rasta King Teach his children to Say “no” to Babylon… – Babylon offers everything. To be a true King or Rasta Queen one must be speculative. Rasta King teach his Children that, not everything is for Royalty, but that all is for the heathen. Lust, lies, whoredom, self hate, wickedness etc. Rasta children must pause, and think, before saying “yes” to all things.
  6. Rasta King Teach his children to Read the King James Version Bible daily: Rasta King knows that one can acquire, wisdom, and knowledge, from reading the King James version bible. A Rasta King encourages his Rasta child to start reading the King James Version bible between age  10-13 on his/her own. Before, then he himself will read the bible to his child explaining the verses and text in a simplistic manner as he reads. Rasta King knows he is raising an Empress or King, and that requires time effort and love.

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Haile Selassie Quotes: 5 “New Way of Life” Speech Quotes

“New Way of Life”

 

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  1. “…a way of life in which the blessings and benefits of the modern world can be enjoyed by all.”
  2. “…above all, Ethiopia is dedicated to the principle King Selassie Iof the equality of all men, irrespective of differences of race, color or creed.”
  3. “…as we do not practice or permit discrimination within our nation, so we oppose it wherever it is found.”
  4. “…as whaile_selassie_i_coronation_postere guarantee to each the right to worship as he chooses, so we denounce the policy which sets man against man on issues of religion.”
  5. “…as we extend the hand of universal brotherhood to all, without regard to race or color, so we condemn any social or political order which distinguishes among God’s children on this most specious of grounds.” check out my lion of the tribe of judah clock.

 

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Rastafarian Religion: 10 Facts & Beliefs

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  1. 51fQ7SPHsSL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_The God of Rastafari – The “God” of Jah Rastafari is “King Selassie I of Ethiopia, crowned King of Ethiopia November 2nd 1930. Some people wonder why we praise King Selassie I if he is dead. To Rasta King Selassie I never dies. Give thanks and praises to the Most High.
  2. The Colors of Rastafari – The official colors of Rastafari are Red Yellow and Green. The same colors that are on the Ethiopian flag. Sometimes we include white or black.
  3. Who was the first Rasta? – This is a tough Question to answer. If you ask me personally now that I have thought about it…all the main men in the bible. Samson, Solomon, Samuel, Ezra…King David…Jesus Christ….apart from them you have Leonard Howell. Google him.
  4. Biblical Royal lineage of King Selassie I – King Menelik, the child of Queen of 250px-Ras_Mäkonnen_(Wäldä-Mika'él)_(1852-1906)Sheba and King Solomon was King Selassie I uncle. Royal blood line from the lineage of King David and the Tribe of Judah. (left is a photo of King Selassie I father, Ras Makonnen.)
  5. King and Queen of Ethiopia – I am told first time in History a King and Queen were crowned (King of Ethiopia and Queen of Ethiopia) at the Same time. In Rastafari Culture there is no such thing as a woman beneath her man. If a Rasta woman is submissive to her Kingman, it is because it is written on her heart, not because Rastafari calls for her to do that.
  6. King Selassie I birthday celebrated – King Selassie I Date of birth is July 23 1892 and is celebrated by Rasta every year as “Earth Strong.”
  7. Groundation Day – King Selassie I visited Jamaica on April 21nd 1966. That day is know celebrated by Rastafari people worldwide as “Groundation Day.”
  8. Dreadlocks – Hair worn in Dreadlocks of Rasta Represent, Dedication to Jah, King 1-sexy-black-man-dreadlocksSelassie I, a symbolic crown, a natural way of life. No fuss, no vanity. “Yahweh spoke to Moses and said, ‘Speak to the Israelites and say:  If a man or a woman wishes to make a vow, the Nazirite vow, to vow himself to Yahweh, he will abstain from wine and fermented liquor, he will not drink vinegar derived from one or the other, he will not drink grape juice or eat grapes, be they fresh or dried.  For the duration of his vow he will eat nothing that comes from the vine, not even juice of unripe grapes or skins of grapes.  As long as he is bond by his vow, no razor will touch his head; until the time for which he has vowed himself to Yahweh, he will not go near a corpse, he will not make himself unclean for his fathjah rastafari beleifser or his mother, or his brother or his sister, should they die, since on his head he carries his vow to his God.  Throughout the whole of his vow he is a person consecrated to Yahweh.”Numbers 6:1- 8
  9. Freedom of Self – Rasta believe every man should be allowed to live his life as he chooses. For more Rastafari Beliefs and Principles read the book on amazon.com
  10. Rastafari is not a Religion – Rasta says Rastafari is not a Religion. Rasta say Rastafari is a way of life. Pure and simple. There are no Rastafari practices which one must do. More Rastafari Religion Facts to teach your child Here.
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King Dawit (King of Ethiopia – 1507 – 1540)

  King Dawit II
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of Ethiopia

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13 May 1508

Full name
  • Egardos (birth name)
  • Lebna Dengel (baptismal name)
  • Wanag Seggad (nickname means “to whom lions bow”
  • Sounds more and more like King Selassie I history.  King Selassie I was also “The conquering lion of the tribe of Judah”
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Although she was well into her seventies, the Empress Mother Eleni stepped in to act as her step-great-grandson’s regent until 1516, when he came of age. During this time, she was aware that the neighboring Muslim states were benefitting from the assistance of other, larger Muslim countries like the Ottoman Empire. Eleni sought to neutralize this advantage by dispatching the Armenian Mateus to Portugal to ask for assistance. However, the Portuguese response did not arrive in Ethiopia until much later, when an embassy led by Dom Rodrigo de Lima arrived at Massawa on April 9, 1520. Transversing the Ethiopian highlands, they did not reach Dawit’s camp until October 19 of that year. Francisco Álvares provides us a description of the Emperor:

His appearance: “In age, complexion, and stature, he is a young man, not very black. His complexion might be chestnut or bay, not very dark in colour; he is very much a man of breeding, of middling stature; they said that he was twenty-three years of age, and he looks like that, his face is round, the eyes large, the nose high in the middle, and his beard is beginning to grow. In presence and state he fully looks like the great lord that he is.”

 

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 Zodiac Characteristics

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9 things I love about my Rasta Husband

What’s your Boyfriends Zodiac Sign?

Virgo Boyfriend – Scorpio Boyfriend  – Sagittarius Boyfriend
Libra Boyfriend – Gemini Boyfriend – Aquarius Boyfriend
Gemini Boyfriend  – Cancer Boyfriend  – Pisces Boyfriend
Capricorn Boyfriend  – Aries Boyfriend – Taurus boyfriend

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  1. Tasty Ital food – My husband cooks strictly Ital food for us to eat. He doesn’t eat fish but still cooks it for me. He used to be a chef, so needless to say, He cooks some tasty Ital food.
  2. His Dreadlocks crown– My husband is a Rastafari, so he wears his hair in dreadlocks. I love it. I play with his locks sometimes. They are a reminder of the natural beauty of Jah creations.
  3. Rasta Reggae Music – Now I have someone to share my love of Rasta Reggae with. Almost every song I know and love he knows and loves too. Together we have created a beautiful collection of roots and culture music.
  4. Sexy and fit – My husband is so fit and sexy. He doesn’t even try as most Jamaican men don’t try to be fit. He has a washboard stomach, and he is lean and cut. Lucky me I guess.
  5. He promotes healthy eating – My Rasta husband is always reminding me of the importance of eating healthy and how it can encourage strength and a long life. I think its great because I was very much addicted to eating food out of a package.
  6. He Loves Jah – My Rasta husband loves Jah. He is always giving thanks to Jah, and sharing Jah teachings and Jah wisdom. I have somebody around me to share my love of Jah with.
  7. 0b04eab162db048d28eea8e63c2d415cHe Teaches me about Rastafari – Just when I thought I knew everything…My Rasta husband teaches me things about Rastafari I didn’t know at all. Like one day he mentioned the “Rainbow Circle Throne” Google it!
  8. The sweet Smell of Herb – The smell of some good Sensimillia in my home. I love the smell of most marijuana. It’s like a sweet Jah created incense for the senses and the soul. My Rasta husband smokes herb everyday about 6 times for the day. I enjoy it too…the smell I mean.
  9. The Companionship – It’s fun having a husband. He is like a friend and a lover in one. I have someone to share my thoughts etc with. Sometimes its fun and sometimes you just have to learn and practice patience and tolerance. Sharing the same spiritual beliefs Helps a lot.


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Boyfriend Zodiac Signs (Love and Compatibility)

Virgo Boyfriend – Scorpio Boyfriend  – Sagittarius Boyfriend
Libra Boyfriend – Gemini Boyfriend – Aquarius Boyfriend
Gemini Boyfriend  – Cancer Boyfriend  – Pisces Boyfriend
Capricorn Boyfriend  – Aries Boyfriend – Taurus boyfriend

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  • The Black identity First Man created also black
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  • Abraham
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  • Jah Jah I love you so.
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  • Jah Mek yah!
  • blessing after blessing, upon blessing. Love.

 

Ras tafari Movement & Culture

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  • The Ras Tafari Movement – Ras tafari movement is Rasta_Way_of_Life_Cover_for_Kindlean Ethiopian-Hebrew spirituality that arose in the 1930s in Jamaica. It is sometimes described as a religion but is considered by many adherents to be a “Way of Life”.  The Rasta way of life is sometimes referred to as “Rastafarianism”, but this term is considered derogatory and offensive by most Rastafari, who, being highly critical of “isms”  That is why Rasta say Rastafari
  • Halie Selassie I as Jah –  The name Rastafari is taken from “Ras Tafari,” the title (Ras) and first name (Tafari Makonnen) of Haile Selassie I before his coronation, (or his Baptism name)In Amharic, Ras, literally “head”, is an Ethiopian title equivalent to prince or chief, while the personal given name Täfäri (teferi) means one who is respected or feared.
  • Rastafari & Christianity – Ethiopian Christianity traces its roots to the Church  the Coptic Church of Alexandria. Rastafari holds many Jewish and Christian beliefs and accepts the existence of a single trinity called “Jah”, who has sent his son to Earth in the form of Jesus (Yeshua) and made himself manifest as the person of Haile Selassie I. That is why many Rasta call Haile Selassie “Jah.”
  • Ethiopia as Zion or Heaven –  Modern society of materialism,cropped-Bob-Marley-900x1600.jpg oppression, and sensual pleasures, is refered to as Babylon, in Rastafari. Rastafari People see  Zion, in reference to Ethiopia, as the original birthplace of humankind, and from the beginning of the way of life calls for repatriation to Zion, the Promised Land of Heaven on Earth, which is Ethiopia.
  • Rastafari Worldwide – By the late twentieth century, awarenesslion of judah copy2 of the Rastafari movement had spread throughout much of the world, largely through interest generated by reggae music, especially the major international success of Jamaican singer/songwriter Bob Marley. By 1997 there were, according to one estimate, around one million Rastafari faithful worldwide. Above is the “Lion of Judah” Flag the Symbol, of Ras tafari culture.

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Rastafari is my first love…but…

Rastafari is my first love but…

king selasse with empress menenThe Rasta community has turned me off. I know shouldnt write for them, but its hard when you belong to a community where there are so many wolves in sheep’s clothing. They look Rasta, but in their heart they are Babylon. They know I am not like them so they try to wear me down with abuses of how I need to try to be more like them. I have a place in Zion, and that I cannot give up.

When I am around people who have no regard for Jah, it makes me cringe the way they speak. About their sexual escapades, their probation officers, their sugar Daddies, their lustful “relationships” their desire to hurt another human being. These things hurt my Rasta heart and make me just want to get away from these people.



Rastafari is my first love….But I am thinking of pursuing something else. In fact I have already started. This doesn’t meant I wont blog Rastafari anymore…it just means…perhaps a little less?

I have another love I want to share with the world

I have always been a person who is spiritual and believes in forces unseen. Jah is my first source for all that I do, and then I also believe in harnessing the power within. So, my other blog is mostly about that.

No matter what I do I keep …

No matter what I do I keep getting pulled to Rastafari. I know I could do a lot more with this blog…but I have my reasons for not expanding on it.

Jamaica is my heart…

jamaican flag, the jamaican flag buyJamaica is my heart and soul. Foreign Babylon is wearing me down. I always think about home, every day and how much I wish I was there. I remember the smiles of my people, the way the air makes me feel, the white sandy beaches, the slow pace, the way party life picks up in Jamaica in the night-time. I will go home.

I think I am just feeling discouraged by those who….

…want to make Rastafari something it is not. I have to say something I have been wanting to mention in my books for a long time. But, I didn’t for fear of reaction from…I dont know whom. I am a messenger of Jah. But, I am not a messenger of Jah for everyone. Some people are gonna really get and understand my message. My books and blog posts will resonate with them. Then for some they may find my work “uninspiring.” That really because, my work was not meant for them. But, how do you tell someone you are writing for a certain set of people, because that is what The Most High Appointed you for? Let me just say, those people know who they are because my message feels right for them. The sad part about it is…my books are being read more by those it wasnt meant for, than those it was.

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I heard the FAther from the show called Duck Dynasty say something….” I knew I had to get committed to the duck hunting Rasta Couplebusiness full-time, or put down the duck hunting business full-time.” I feel like that about Rastafari sometimes. I feel like I have to commit my self to something. I feel like this website could be so much more if I were willing to give it the effort. There is just so much judgement from people who really don’t know what they are talking about that is why they have the judgement. When I am around Rastafari people like me…Rastafari is the least thing we are interested in dissucssing…becasue we argree…therefor… there is know debate no trying to prove…everythign just flows. Those Rasta are few and far between. I WOULD LIKE TO take this moment to thank those who are Rasta and do support me to the fullest. Thank you Rastafari. I appreciate your support.

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Dreadlocks (Rasta) Etiquette!

jason-momoa-dreadlocks2When you encounter those who have locks!

  • Don’t assume they are Rasta.
  • Don’t make judgements about their lifestyle.
  • Don’t assume they want to be something they are not.
  • Don’t assume they are Jamaican.
  • Don’t just touch the dreadlocks
  • Please please don’t stare its rude.

For those who have dreadlocks

  • Please wash your dreadlocks at least 2 times per week.
  • Please cover your dreads at night when you sleep so others don’t have to stare at lint, stuck in your locks.
  • Please don’t think dreadlocks are excuse to be dirty and to not shower.
  • Please don’t think dreadlocks automatically make you Rasta.
  • Please don’t assume that because you have dreadlocks you understand others with dreadlocks
  • Please keep your dreadlocks neat tidy and on your own person.
  • Please wash your dreadlocks at least once a week so that they don’t stink even when  you have left the room.

 

 

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10 things you should know about Rastafari

  1. jah rasta prayersKing Selassie I Lives on – Rasta think of “the King” as living amongst us in spirit, and in all things.
  2. Rasta Believe in a “Judgement Day” – Rasta believe that every person will face a Judgement day. This is a time when The Most High will Judge the big and the small of all deeds for all persons.
  3. Rasta are vegan – Rastafari peoples are Vegan. We do not eat meat under any circumstance. Back in the day some Rasta ate Chicken and fish. Now I believe Rasta are eating fish only if they know the fish is healthy. In other words its mostly Rasta who live in the Caribbean who are eating fish in large quantities, now a days.
  4. Rasta do not consume pharmaceuticals – Rastafari believe that pharmaceuticles are designed to encourage the body to make a person more sick so they can take more pharmaceuticles. Babylon and their tricks!
  5. We call “God” “Jah” – Some people say Jah is short for Jehova.
  6. Life after Death – Rasta believes in life after death for those who live a spiritually clean lifestyle
  7. king selassie i and empress menenRed Yellow and Green, Spiritual colors – The Rastafari Colors, of Red Yellow and Green, are spiritual Colors in Rastafari and Represent, Africa, Ethiopia, King Selassie I and Rastafari.
  8. Prophets of Jah – Many Rasta are prophets of Jah, Just like Moses, Noah,  in the King James Version Bible. Here to deliver a message of love peace unity and Jah Living.
  9. tumblr_mue66nysd21sjkpdfo1_250The 10 Commandments – Rastafari take the 10 Commandments of the Bible to heart. We know anybody who loves Jah must live by the 10 commandments. These are the Basic Rules for Living the Rasta Way of Life!
  10. Rastafari is for everyone who desires to enter Zion (heaven) – Rastafari excludes no one, not based on color, religion, geography, age…all are welcome to embrace Rastafari.

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Blessed Love to Each and all. Rastafari. More Love.

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…say when they ask you are u a real rastafari?

haile-selassie- book coverYes…I know that his Imperial Majesty is the Elect of Jah. I know that Jah is an African Entity. And I know that my Destiny is Holy Mount Zion.

Now, to Really know what it means to be a Rasta takes time. It’s not something that will happen over night. For my self I knew I was Rasta but I still had to learn the facts to back up my feelings…and I am still learning.

 

Rastafari is for people who know there has to be one true faith on the planet. One faith that unites all colors, all classes, all “Races” of people. A faith that has pictures of the Messiah,  a Faith that demonstrates that God has been and still is active today. That faith…is the Rastafari Livity.



So if you want to know what to say if someone asks you if you are a true Rasta, they are asking you if you really believe in Jah, and that he is an African Entity and that King Selassie I is truly the Elect of Jah. I can tell you how I know that King Selassie I is the Elect of Jah because if it wasnt for his “fight” with the Italian invaders, the Garden of Eden (Aden) would not exist today. Jah raised him up to protect and defend this precious land. Jah does not prevent things from happening. He allows them to happen, he places his player where he needs them and he allows the ball to roll so that the story will be repeated for Generations to come….So Your response should be.

“Yes…I know that his Imperial Majesty is the Elect of Jah. I know that Jah is an African Entity. And I know that my Destiny is Holy Mount Zion. ”

Rastas’ are full of faith, and knowing, not believing. If you embrace this way of life you should be too. I have a new book coming out soon…”Rasta Way of Life” and a study book for those who truly want to know all that Rasta knows.

Blessed. In the name of His Imperial Majesty.

Rastafari.


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how rastafarians lock their hair

dreadlocks cleanWelcome. I thought I would share with you how Rastafari their dreadlocks Rasta hair.

As a Rasta the correct way to do it is minus a comb and minus scissors. So there should be no cutting or parting out of hair by the scalp using a comb. Dreadlocks are technically supposed to be “formed by Jah!” It is the one part of our physical self that we “dedicate” to him to do what he wishes. This is why it becomes matted, which form dreadlocks.

Before I talk about how I created my own dreadlocks. I want to share with a page that shows how a girl in a video is getting her hair done in dreadlocks very professionally and very neatly. She has straight hair so it’s a little different from mine, but her locks look nice. Check it out Dreadlocks Video.

Starting my dreadlocks

When I started my dreadlocks…I knew for years I was going to do it. But I was scared. Scared that men would not be attracted to me…Scared that I would look ugly in my own “natural Hair” scared that my locks would be too “Rastafari” for my job….I was scared of so many things. At the time I started my locks I had braids in my hair. In all my fear…I pull out one braid at the back underneath all my “synthetic braids.” And “allowed” that one bit of hair to lock. I promised my self I would check on it in 2 weeks time. Well two weeks later I did check on it. It looked ok, but it didn’t look great. I figured “well, this is what I want….” So I decided to do my whole head. The day I started my dreadlocks I dedicated my life to Jah. I pulled out all the braids on my head. I did not use a comb in it…I did not cut any ends…I even had some hair glue in my hair from wearing weave…I left it. I wanted the shift to just start immediately and I wanted it to be Authentic.


My Locks and Becoming a Rasta

I shifted my priorities and I knew I would have to wear a head wrap. My locks were short, and ” natural” and to me…”unattractive.” Well, I wore a hair wrap and felt “free” but “ugly.” I began Transition wearing wigs. The day came when the wig could not fit over my dreadlocks any more. I had no choice but to let some air get to my hair.  I stood out like a sore thumb everywhere I went. But somehow I felt free… I washed my own hair in the shower, which I enjoyed doing, I felt beautiful from head to toe in “my own” hair! I felt like I had stepped into me.

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That was 5 years ago. Today my dreadlocks are long, they look beautiful. I am wearing my own natural hair, some men find me irresistible…some are shocked, to see a black woman with long natural hair. Two things I didn’t expect having dreadlocks…How Free I feel, and how many men who are not black Approach me in conversation. I feel great knowing that like most women outside…I am wearing my own hair, and it is long, and beautiful.

Products I used to Lock my hair!

Rasta_Way_of_Life_Cover_for_KindleI used a lot of lime juice to force my hair to lock. I had to do that because My ends were full of Lye from perm I had used for almost 20 years. My hair could not lock using my natural coils. The lime Juice worked pretty good for my hair. I avoided washing my hair for 5 weeks to allow the locks to form. I did feel icky. When I finally washed my hair some of my Locks unraveled, But I just twisted them again and reapplied the lime juice. In Jamaica many Rasta use a mixture of real lime juice and aloe. I talk about this in my new book “Rasta Way of Life” Rastafari Livity Book. The Lime helps the hair to lock fast under the son. The Aloe kind of acts as a sticky sealer to seal in the loose hairs. I hope this was helpful.

Blessed.


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Why Rasta say “King Selassie I (Jah Rastafari)”

Why Rastafari say “King Selassie I (Jah Rastafari)

King Selassie II have been thinking about this for some time. But it was only recently that I asked my self the question and got an answer. I know..its spiritual, just allow me explain. I used to know a guy. Someone I cared about very much. He began embracing the faith around the same time I did, and lived in my area, here in Ontario. We immediately became friends when we ran into each other on the bus, after some time. We had Rastafari in common and many Rasta like to stick together.

I learned very quickly we were embracing the faith in different ways. He would often say King Selassie I. I would say Jah. We had a conversation about this one day. He told me he found it dumb that I would say Jah considering the very name of my faith means KIng Selassie I. I told him there are many Rasta who say Jah, and it is a personal thing and that saying Jah, feels right for me.

I have since made friends with another individual who chooses to embrace the faith in this way, as my former friend. So, I asked my self, why do Rasta say King Selassie I. The reason may be something you did not expect. In fact it is somewhat complicated. When you are reading this keep in mind that we have all been brainwashed about the truth concerning God, so the truth (which I am about to share with you) may sound like lies. But, It is the truth, about the real God. The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as stated in the King James Version Bible. The God of the Covenant people, of Israel and Judah.

Ask yourself some questions about spiritual truth

Before I get into Why Rasta say King Selassie I, I want you to ask yourself some questions, just to blackwomanwhitemanexercise you mind in the way of knowing that, brainwashing is taking place, and spiritual truth is out there. But many people don’t know it so the lies concerning God and spirituality (Religion) is what dominates the world.

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  5. Is there a way of life that can induce things like prosperity, peace, happiness, for all persons?

The birth of King Selassie I

Jah is the Almighty Creator. He is all-knowing and All powerful. In our modern lives of Fast cars, accumulation of material possessions and fake hair and nails, we have forgotten that the creator still exists, and he has not changed since he created Adam and Eve.

Jah appointed King Selassie I by birth to protect the land where he (created) placed the first Man and Woman. This is no joke…Its just truth.

Foreign Invasion and Colonization of Africa



Did you know the original name of Africa was actually Ethiopia. Africa as we call it today was known as Upper Ethiopia and Lower Ethiopia. Due to foreign invasion and colonization bit by bit, Africa was taken over and the names of small areas changed.

Come 1935, during the reign of King Selassie I in Ethiopia, Mussolini with his Modern weaponry , and unscrupulous tactics, set out to invade and take over. King Selassie I, a devout Christian and a proud King of “Ethiopia” wasn’t having any of that.

We can still visit the Garden of Eden….

Could you image visiting Ethiopia in this day and age and pointing to a Condo or a Highway, or a grocery store and saying …and that is where the Garden of Eden used to be. Jah wasnt gonna have any of that either. Remember Jah Jah is Almighty and all-powerful, he has the ability to foresee wickedness, and he also has the ability to appoint someone by birth to defend his endeavours. This is exactly what Jah did to protect the Garden of KIng, by way of the Birth of King Selassie I. We can still go and visit the Garden of Eden. Thank you Jah

The words “Ras – Tafari” what it means

Rastafari men and Rastafari women know that King Selassie I birth and life is the works of Jah the king selasse with empress menenAlmighty creator. This is why we say “Jah Rastafari.” Ras Tafari was the birth or baptism name of Emperor Haile Selassie I.  Ras meaning prince, and his first name Tafari. When we say Rastafari, we are really saying God the Almighty and powerful creator, the God of Israel, who created my spirituality by way of one man, King Selassie I.” See, it’s too long! So we say “Jah Rastafari!” I cannot be bothered to lie to you. It is a fact.

Whats really the point of all this?

The point of all this is that some Rasta say King Selassie I and some do not. Neither is right or wrong. If want to Salut Jah, by saying the word Jah, King Selassie I is automatically included. If you want to say King Selassie I, you automatically include Jah. I say Jah because it feels right for me, but some times I say King Selassie I too. It depends what I am trying to say.

Sometimes I want to emphasize that the works of Jah, the Almighty is so great and so powerful, that to say King Selassie I. Sometimes, I want to say, what a blessing to know the truth of the Almighty, so I say Jah. Its spiritual and personal.

Rastafari is the truth and light for all Nations

Rastafari is the truth. There is nothing else and nothing higher. I am sorry but as a Rasta I know black jesusthat. Anything that exists on earth only because Jah allows it. If he doesn’t want it, he knows how to get rid of it. The only reason people have other spiritual beliefs is because they are brainwashed, and Jah allows them to be brainwashed because he gives every individual free will.

It’s all there in the King James version bible. The relationship between the God of Israel and the covenant people. Even that they too believed in other Gods.

Jah bless to all my beauties. Rastafari is the light.

Jah Love, and Jah guidance.

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My new Rasta Stuff. Flags and King Selassie I photo.

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King Selassie I inside door decor
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Beautiful Rasta colored Bob Marley Flag
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Bob Marley with Weed Symbol and 2 lions of Judah
I love this flag
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Ever popular Bob Marley in Jamaica Freedom Flag
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This Bob Marley flag shows Bob when he just started his locks, and a later time when his locks had grown a little longer. This flag is really nice especially if you appreciate herb.

 

This Rastafari Empress is Vex!!!

rasta god, selassieWhere do I start. the last place I was living was a temporary arrangement. I loved the accommodation, as it was a condominium, however again it was temporary. I knew I wanted something more tailored to my needs and desires, but I wasnt sure what and I wasnt sure when or how to get it. I knew I needed time to get clear.

For the past year I sought that clarity.

For 1 whole year, I thought about doing many things, but when it came to the actual doing….I lacked action and enthusiasm and creativity. I knew there was a problem, so I began to seek a solution for my lack of action. …Then I realized what the problem really was…..I was trying so hard to be somebody I wasnt, and I was trying to fit into the neat little box that others created for me. Could you imagine I was doing this for a whole  year and didn’t even know it. Now that I know it I am vex!!!

I know I am not the only black and capable woman who is not living up  to her full potential because she is trying to fit into the neat little box of others ….this could be…lock your hair

  • The Caucasian box
  • The “I am not skinny enough” box
  • The “My hair is too nappy box”
  • the “I don’t have enough money-box
  • I am not worthy box
  • I am not smart enough box

Fuck that!!!!!

Accepting the brain wash

For a whole year….I was accepting the brain wash and didn’t even know it. I was paying a very big price and felt like a piece of dirt. The price I paid was my black-woman-thinkingown inner peace and happiness. I have my own authentic life….it is based on me and all my unique qualities as a black woman. Fuck it. I have decided that if people want to call me “an angry black woman” I am going to wear that badge with honour and be proud and productive. I am here for a very specific purpose. I am blessed to know what that is.

On the brighter side, I know exactly what that purpose is. I know a couple of things many people do not…It has altered the way I look at life. If I may take this opportunity to share something very important with you…Jah is seeing every thing you are doing. From the big to the very small, from the dirty filthy to the….well you get it…..

I love my people (Jamaican people)

rastafari and jamaica flags and informationI love my people….they are so beautiful. Its time for them to know the truth. Its time for the whole world to know the truth. “Anger is useless, unless you use it for something.” Wow I just made that up. That my Quote. >Empress says…LOL just kidding. I am going to use my anger to propel me into doing what I am suppose to….on

I have gotten my enthusiasm back, I have total and complete clarity, I know exactly what I should be doing every day……Phew. I waited for a long time to feel this. I guess you could say I was in a state of confusion. I was feeling such confusion…now I am clear. Thanks and praises unto Jah the Almighty for the clarity…

 

My Clarity

  • I know in all that I do I must serve my communityking selassie empress menen
  • I know in all that I do I must create
  • I know in all that I do I must honour Rastafari
  • I know in all that I do I must seek to improve things for my people



I cannot pretend to be somebody else….that is a sure road to unhappiness…and misery. I am sorry Jah Jah. But you guided me out…You guided me in. Now I am where I am supposed to be. Give thanks and praises unto The Most High Jah Rastafari.

Some cool things coming to this blog…Starting with hand beaded Rastafari Necklaces for men and women.

 

The Perfect Rasta Man!!! (Beliefs and Ideology)

black jesusI was watching one of the videos I placed on my Rasta blog front page.This is my 4th time watching this video, it’s so full of information. I am now on my 4th time really taking in all that this Rasta man is saying. Its everything I feel and know but never had the words for….This blog post is all about the beliefs and Rules of Rastafari.

White Jesus Christ

In Rastafari there is no such thing as a White Jesus Christ. We believe in Jesus Christ but we believe in Jesus Christ the Nazarite who was a dark-skinned man with dreadlocks, who loved God, and was sent by God to inform the people who God is real. It is not about Race (ethnicity) Just truth and reality. Rastafari is always about the hidden truth. The perfect Rasta Man knows the truth about Jesus Christ, and embraces that truth, not Babylon lies.

King Selassie I

King Selassie I is the descendent of King David. Is this fact not worthy of some praise and attention? Of course it is. But the Babylon system does not want you to know about these things. Mainly because then the truth will be revealed that biblical people and Jesus Christ himself, was in fact black. The perfect Rasta man can feel the divinity of King Selassie I as Jah Elect. With or without the Ancestral Lineage.

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Dreadlocks

On a Rastafari person, the dreadlocks have a very special meaning. They represent truth, Jah, and natural living. They also represent the awareness that all life began as black and that Jah is a black and very powerful entity that Rasta loves and fears. You cannot call your self Rasta and not have your dreadlocks. It just doesn’t work. Your dreadlocks are your living testimony that you know Jah is real, and that you vow to live to please him all the days of your life. Its sort of like when you marry someone and you  wear a wedding ring. How would you receive a person that told you they were married but just didn’t wear the ring. Nonsensical right. However….

Leonard Howell – Wikipedia.com

‘Leonard Percival Howell was known as The Gongor G.G. Maragh leonard(forGong Guru), was a Jamaican Religious figure. According to his biographer Hélène Lee Howell was born in an Anglican family. He was one of the first preachers of the Rastafari Movement (along with Joseph Hibert, Archibald Dunkley and Robert Hinds), and is sometimes known as The First Rasta.

Born in May Crawle River, Jamaica, Howell left the country as a youth, traveling amongst other places to New York, and returned in 1932. He began preaching in 1933 about what he considered the symbolic portent for the African Diaspora—the crowning of Ras Tafari Makonnen as Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia. His preaching asserted that Haile Selassie was the “Messiah returned to earth,” and he published a book called The Promise Key.  Although this resulted in him being arrested, tried for sedition and imprisoned for two years, the Rastafari movement grew.

Over the following years, Howell came into conflict with all the establishment authorities in Jamaica: the planters, the trade unions, established churches, police and colonial authorities, and he was allegedly arrested more than 50 times. He formed a town or commune called Pinnacle in Saint Catherine Parish that became famous as a place for Rastafarians. Nevertheless, this movement prospered, and today the Rastafari faith exists worldwide. Unlike many Rastas Howell never wore dreadlocks. Leonard Howell died in Kingston Jamaica.’

Mr. Howell is known for writing the book, “The Promise Key” but I could only find a book called, “The Promised Key.”

The Work of a Rasta man

A Rasta man or Rasta woman is someone who is supposed to represent his or her people. This is the whole reason they are chosen as Rasta. In being chosen for this very special job, we are also aware that we must keep our mind, heart and soul clean (uncorrupted) to enter Zion. Many Rasta now a day are not taking this seriously, but I do. I am still representing and very much in love with my people. the perfect Rasta man feels compelled to deliver the message of Jah the Almighty, this is his natural-born purpose.

What are some beliefs of the Rastafari People?

Rastas have 10 basic principles. I list them all in my new book entitled white Rastafari. But the basic principles are…

  • Rasta does not eat meat
  • Rasta does not cut the dreadlocks
  • Rasta knows Jah is black

These are 3 principles of every Rastafari man woman and child. If anybody says they eat meat and they are Rasta, I would say they do not have the heart of Rastafari. The perfect Rasta man knows to eat meat, is to eat dead flesh.

Deep love for Black People

From I was just a little girl, I understood that Rasta loved the black Identity. Iblack couple knew that the colours Red Yellow and Green represented Africa, and I also understood somehow that dreadlocks were a way of wearing black African hair in its natural state. But I was just a kid so I wasn’t completely aware, but these were the feelings I had as a little girl about 2 and 3 years old.

Every Rasta has an appreciation for the black Identity. The beauty of black skin, the truth of black natural hair, and a love of black Culture. The perfect Rasta man no matter where he is from, has a deep love for the black African Identity.

Rastafari Livity

The perfect Rastaman enjoys living his life as Rastafari. This means listening to the beautiful sounds of Rasta Reggae music, eating Rasta Ital Food, Using natural products to clean his home and cleanse his body, and give thanks and praises unto the creator – Jah every day. To live as Rastafari, means to live life the way Jah intended them to live. Rastafari is a spirituality that embraces natural living, this is what the Rastafari livity is all about.

Cleanliness and Purity

One thing I have yet to meet is a Rasta man who is not clean. I know some people think that because Rasta wear the hair in dreadlocks, we must not be clean, but actually the opposite is true. Rasta has a “Crown” upon our heads. We make cleanliness and purity a priority, as a way of showing off our crown.
The Rastafari dreadlocks crown represents…

  • Royalty
  • Love
  • Divinity
  • Life
  • Freedom
  • King Selassie I
  • Jah

Rasta is some of the cleanest people on the planet, because we where a Jah crown on our heads, we keep our surroundings clean, to show our love and respect, to Jah.


 

White Rastafari – The Book

White_Rastafari_Cover_for_Kindle - CopyHello everyone! Welcome to my blog. I have written a book. Its called White Rastafari. I also have a book called how to become a Rasta. I think White Rastafari is a greatbook because its very informative and it is the 3 book I have written, therefor now I have more experienc knowing what peopole want to learn about Rastafari.

 
 
 
Table of Contents; ‘White Rastafari’ the Book

  • The Truth about Bob Marley;
  • Emperor Haile Selassie
  • The first Rastaman,
  • What is Black?
  • Can a white person be Rastafari?
  • The Rastafari Holy Sabbath,
  • 10 Facts Every Rasta Knows
  • 10 Great Black Inventions *
  • Jah,
  • 10 Principles of Rastafari, 10 commandments of Jah
  • Rastafari Websites & Books

Here is the beginning of the book;

“…Yes a white person can be a Rastafari because, it’s not so much about the color of the person’s skin, it is about the heart of the person. Jah sees and knows all things. He knows if we are good, or if we allow our selves to be instruments of Satan. White people are also chosen as Rastafari, in the same way that black Rasta are chosen. White Rasta do not have different practices than black Rasta. Everything is the same. White Rasta, praise King Selassie I, They eat Ital Rasta food, They listen to Rasta Reggae music, they burn nag Champa incents, everything is the same. Jah does not look at the person’s skin color when he chooses his messengers, he looks at the heart.

White Rastafari are special!

Did you know that to black Rastafari people, white Rastafari people are special? Here is why. White people are not expected to have dreadlocks, so when they do, black Rasta find it very appealing. We are intrigued that even though to wear dreadlocks is not the way of your people, Still you choose to wear the hair in Dreadlocks. Black Rasta may want to learn More about the way you live. As white Rastafari, you can expect that many black Rasta will approach you for conversation, and friendship…”

Here is another excerpt

“…I want to embrace this way of life, but I have questions

Many white people who wish to embrace Rastafari have questions, and rightfully so. This book was designed to answer those questions, so that you may feel informed before embracing this way of life. Lets look at some common questions concerning Rastafari.

•       Why do Rasta say that King Selassie I is God?

•       Why is it mostly black people who embrace this way of life?

•       What are the beliefs and principles of the Rastafari people?

•       How do I know Rastafari is Right for me?

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Hello and Welcome…

Hello and welcome to my website, my name is “Empress” I been running this blog for about 3 years now. I am a writer and I write books on Rastafari and Jamaican Culture.

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My blog is here to answer some questions about Rastafari, and embracing the Rastafari livity and also Jamaican Culture.

3 Rasta and Jamaican Books published

I have 3 Rastafari / Jamaican Culture books published so far and I wanted to offer you a deal on 2 of them. My newest book is entitled “Rastafari; Black peoples livity bible” it is almost 300 pages in length, so it is a good read. I want to make it available for purchase on my website. I will be giving away “How to become a Rasta” for free when you purchase “Rastafari; Black peoples livity bible” the e-book on my website. The other book available for purchase on www.amazon.com is “How to Date a Jamaican Man”

2 for 1 can’t beat that!

In essence you are getting 2 Rastafari books for the price of one. You cannot beat that, and…one of the books is brand new. Who knows maybe you will be the very first person to read it.

Your feed back is important

If you decide to take the 2 for one, I would really like your feedback, positive or negative. I can be reached at orders@jamaicanrastafarianlove.com

To get your 2 for 1 Rasta e-book deal, just click here. When you are done, pay pal will take you straight to the page.

Here is the table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • What is a Rasta
  • Self Esteem as Black hue-man
  • 10 Great black Inventions
  • Your Holy Crown
  • Rastafari Knowledge and Awareness
  • Holy Mount Zion
  • Employment
  • The truth about black people
  • Rasta food and eating
  • Humble living in Babylon
  • Unity
  • Mating and Relating as Rasta
  • Emperor Haile Selassie I
  • 10 Things
  • The Sabbath
  • Rastafari meditation…
  • and much more

If you were looking for “The Mother” of all books on the Rastafari spirituality…this is the book, written by a Rastafari Empress.

Buy “Rastafari; Black Peoples Livity Bible” Now!!!

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Jah Bless.