Rasta Lion of Judah Meaning

Rasta Lion of Judah Meaning

Rasta Lion of Judah: Haile Selassie I

Ethiopian Emperor crowned 1930. Birthday July 23 1982. The Rasta Lion represents King Selassie I as the ” conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah. He is the God of Rasta men and Rasta women.

Rasta Lion of Judah meaning: Symbol of Rastafari Livity

The Rasta Lion is a Symbol, is a symbol of living a life that is clean and free of Medications, cigarettes, meat, negative thinking, and negative deeds. Many people think we are about dreadlocks and marijuana…but no, we have laws and Rules in Rastafari Livity.

Rasta Lion of Judah meaning: Reggae Music 

Because of Bob Marley and many other Rastafari Musicians. The Rastafari has become synonymous with Reggae Music and Jamaican Culture. What a beautiful thing. So, you could say that the Rasta Lion represent Bob Marley and Reggae Music, which was once known as Kings Music.

Rasta Lion of Judah Flag Symbol

The Rasta Lion is a depiction of a Lion in a side pose, with one paw up, wearing a crown with a Christian Orthodox cross on top. In the background are the colors, Rasta stripes,  Red Yellow and Green in horizontal stripes.


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Rasta Lion of Judah Meaning: Good over Evil

In 1935 King Selassie I was forced into war with Mussolini over the land of Ethiopia. Haile Selassie prevailed. That is why Rasta say Ethiopia still have its original name and not the name of conquerors today, and that Good over evil must prevail even if it does take time.

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As you can see the Rasta Lion of Judah has a very special meaning. Rasta love the Lion of Judah.

Thanks for reading. Rastafari. Blessed.


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  1. Haile Selassie: [in response to the question “There are millions throughout the world, your Imperial
    Majesty, who regard you as the reincarnation of Jesus Christ.”] “I had heard of that idea. I also met
    certain Rastafarians. I told them clearly that ‘I am a man,’ that ‘I am mortal,’ and that ‘I would be
    replaced by the oncoming generation, and that they should never make a mistake in assuming or
    pretending that the human being is emanated from a deity.'”

    Selassie interviewed in 1966.

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