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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.

Rasta Books & Rasta book Best Sellers

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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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“Rasta Man Way of Life” Book: 6 Rasta King Unity Connections

the-rastaman-book-cover-image-2jpgHey guys, I know you have waited a long time. I am finally wring a book for men who want to live as Rasta King. Its called Rasta Man way of Life – 101 Rules and Principles to Become a Rasta KingOr the Rastaman book. I am not sure of the title yet. I am so excited. I want it to be done now. But its a process. Please check it out on amazon. I have some more books coming too. I love you all…blessed.

  1. Rasta man Unity with himself – Rastaman respects himself as an individual in terms of his natural born culture. Rasta man maintains Unity with his own spirit/soul with meditation and clean eating.
  2. Rasta man Unity with all of nature – Rasta man is aware of histhe-rastaman-book-image-brightened unity with The sun, moon stars etc. trees clouds, wind, etc, animals, plants, fish etc.
  3. Rasta man Unity with his bloodline – Rastaman maintains unity with, the family he came from and unity with the family he creates.
  4. Rasta man Unity with Jah – close relationship with most hgiht creator. Respecting his creations, and acknowledging him as higher being.
  5. Rasta man maintains Unity with all people – Rasta mans, Unity with all nations as brothers and sister of Jah creations.
  6. Rasta man Unity with the African Nation – Loving and Sharing African culture, As the original culture of Jah original created people.

For a Rasta king “Unity” means loving and not Judging, and acceptance, of individuals and not trying to change them.

More Rasta Blog Posts….

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    1. 10 Bible Teachings for New Rasta
    2. Nice Rasta Woman’s Clothing from Amazon
    3. 6 King Selassie I Speeches
    4. 7 Reasons why people become Rastafari
    5. How to Create your Rasta Name
    6. How do Rasta lock their hair?
    7. 7 Ital Food Recipes
    8. 67 spiritual uses for Incense
    9. The Bible: How to be Humble

Rasta Way of Life Book

  1. What is the first thing a Rastafari does when he/she wakes up in the morning?
  2. What is the correct way to grow dreadlocks as a Rasta?
  3. What products do Rasta in the Caribbean use to wash their dreadlocks and why?
  4. What are 10 Essentials of a Rastafari Home?
  5. What can one do to Convert to the Rastafari Livity?
  6. What are some Bible Chapters special to Rasta and why?

“Rasta Way of Life” is a book for the student of Rastafari Livity. Follow the way life of Jah Rastafari, dictated to Rasta, to enter Holy Mount Zion.

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More Rasta Blog Posts….

  1. What is the Twelve Tribes of Israel Have to do with Rastafari and Jesus Christ?
  2. What are some popular Rasta Books by Empress Yuajah?
  3. Who is King Dawitt of Ethiopia?
  4. How do Rasta Pray in the Morning?
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    2. 10 Bible Teachings for New Rasta
    3. Nice Rasta Woman’s Clothing from Amazon
    4. 6 King Selassie I Speeches
    5. 7 Reasons why people become Rastafari
    6. How to Create your Rasta Name
    7. How do Rasta lock their hair?
    8. 7 Ital Food Recipes
    9. 67 spiritual uses for Incense
    10. The Bible: How to be Humble

 

 

Convert to Rastafari: 100 Rasta Religion Questions

This page on my blog is very important to me. It is how many people will learn the many aspects of Rastafari above an beyond Dreadlocks on a level that can be understood. Rastafari has many components that make up Rastafari is a list of some of them.

  1. King Selassie I Visit to Jamaica
  2. Test Questions: King Selassie I Visit to Jamaica
  3. Rastafari & ShashamaneTest Questions: Rastafari & Shashamane
  4. Marcus Garvey “The Prophet”
  5. Test Questions: Marcus Garvey “The Prophet”
  6. Bob Marley Interview on Rastafari
  7. Test Questions: Bob Marley
  8. Biblical Awareness of Rastafari
  9. Test Questions: Jah Covenant with Abraham
  10. Test Questions: The Israelites oppressed in Slavery
  11. Test Questions: Parted the Red Sea
  12. Test Questions: Esau and Jacob
  13. Test Questions” The birth of Samuel
  14. Test Questions: David and Goliath/David Anointed as King
  15. Test Questions: David and Goliath/David Anointed as King
  16. Test Questions: David’s Instruction to King Solomon
  17. Test Questions: Solomon’s Heart turns away from Jah
  18. Test Questions: “Sodom’s Depravity” – Genesis 19
  19. Test Questions: Jacob’s Name Is Changed to Israel
  20. Test Questions: Samson and Delilah
  21. Convert to Rastafari as a  Way of Life
  22. Test Questions: “The 10 Commandments”
  23. Rastafari Holy Sabbath
  24. Test Questions: Rastafari Holy Sabbath
  25. Unlawful Sexual Relations – Leviticus 18
  26. Test Questions: Unlawful Sexual Relations – Leviticus 18
  27. Convert Your Home to Rastafari
  28. Lion of Judah Flag Meaning:
  29. Test Questions: Lion of Judah Flag
  30. Jamaican Flag Meaning
  31. Test Questions: The Jamaican Flag
  32. Nag Champa Incense” – How Rasta Use Incense
  33. Convert your Beliefs to Rastafari
  34. Test Questions: Convert your Beliefs to Rastafari
  35. More About His Imperial Majesty
  36. King Selassie I Youth and Royal lineage
  37. Test Questions: King Selassie I Youth and Royal lineage
  38. Emperor Haile Selassie I Coronation
  39. Test Questions: Emperor Haile Selassie I Coronation
  40. King Selassie I Speeches
  41. Test Questions: SPIRITUALITY” – King Selassie I
  42. Convert Your Appearance to Rastafari
  43.  
  44. Dreadlocks
  45. Clothing / Makeup / Tattoos & Piercings
  46. Test Questions: Convert your Appearance to Rastafari
  47. Convert your Temple to Rastafari
  48. Test Questions: Convert your Thought Processes



Basically my goal in writing this book was to inform people who were not born with the faith to know all that Rasta people know through study, word of mouth, and having the faith written on their hearts. Again this page is very special to me. Please be patient as I fix this page and get the ebook to a better level that it can be understood and appreciated.

Bare with me my people this page is still in the working. I will take some time and get it up to speed….please be patient

The title of my new book is called “Convert to Rastafari: 100 Rasta Religion Questions”  In it I will have 100 Questions about the Rastafari Livity, Rastafari in The Bible, King Selassie I, Jamaica, and Ethiopia. Here is a sample of my new book that I just cant seem to complete. Jah help me…to finish it!

 

Biblical Awareness of Rastafari


As you convert to Rastafari it is imperative that you study and know the king James Version bible from front to back.   Abraham is where the Covenant starts.

 

Jah Covenant with Abraham – Genesis 17

Rastafari is a Covenant just like the Covenant that Jah made with Abraham

 

“…17 When Abram was 99 years old, the Lord appeared to Abram and said to him, “I am Almighty God; walk before Me and be blameless. 2 And I will make My covenant between Me and you, and will multiply you exceedingly.” 3 Then Abram fell on his face, and God talked with him, saying: 4 “As for Me, behold, My covenant is with you, and you shall be a father of many nations. 5 No longer shall your name be called Abram, but your name shall be Abraham; for I have made you a father of many nations. 6 I will make you exceedingly fruitful; and I will make nations of you, and kings shall come from you. 7 And I will establish My covenant between Me and you and your descendants after you in their generations, for an everlasting covenant, to be God to you and your descendants after you. 8 Also I give to you and your descendants after you the land in which you are a stranger, all the land of Canaan, as an everlasting possession; and I will their God.

 

Test Questions: Jah Covenant with Abraham

  1. How old was Abraham when Jah appeared before him? ____________________
  2. What did Jah establish between himself and Abraham?____________________
  3. What was Abraham’s name before Jah changed it to Abraham____________________
  4. What is the name of the Land Jah promised Abraham and his descendants?____________________

Test Answers: Jah Covenant with Abraham

  1. How old was Abraham when Jah appeared before him? 99
  2. What did Jah establish between himself and Abraham? A Covenant
  3. What was Abraham’s name before Jah changed it to Abraham? Abram
  4. What is the name of the Land Jah promised Abraham and his descendants? Canaan

The Birth of the Rastafari Faith

 

marcus_garvey_mdmMarcus Garvey, a man, of Jamaican Descent, a leader, a speaker, who brought hope

& and inspiration to Millions of Africans, once said “Look to Africa for the coming of a Black King!”haile-selassie- book cover

 

On November 2nd 1930, King Selassie I, a Black Ethiopian man of Solomonic Lineage, was Crowned “King of Ethiopia.” From that day forward Marcus Garvey was Hailed as a Prophet, to the Rastafari Peoples, for his “prophetic words” concerning the crowing of Emperor Haile Selassie I,  and The Rastafari faith was born.

 

What was the prophetic statement Marcus Garvey made about the up and coming crowning of King Selassie I?

___”Look to_________________________King.”____________

 

Overstanding

 

What does Rasta Know?

This Rastafari Study Booklet was written for those who want to learn about Rastafari and know what every Rasta knows. I have written out the Questions for you…so that you may read and answer them in your own mind as you come upon the answers to the Questions in the paragraph text.

 

Rasta “Reasoning”

Rastafari is not a Religion but a way of life. To learn and study Rastafari is not a Requirement of the Livity, however if you should meet another Rasta The two of you You may engage in what’s known as a “Rastafari Reasoning SEssion.” in the hopes that you may “enlighten” one another with your perspective.

 

Rasta Overstanding!

Again this Rastafari booklet is based on the Knowledge that Every Rasta knows, in order to help those who want to learn about the Rastafari Faith and Livity, and to bring one up to speed so that one may have the full “overstanding” of Rastafari.

 

Love & Blessings in the name of His Imperial majesty,

 

Jamaica & Rastafari Culture

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  1. Why do Rasta cover dreadlocks?
  2. Rasta Beliefs on marriage
  3. How to be a true Rastafari
  4. 6 Rules to cook Ital food
  5. 7 Reasons why people become Rastafari
  6. How to Create your Rasta Name
  7. How do Rasta lock their hair?
  8. 7 Ital Food Recipes
  9. 67 spiritual uses for Incense
  10. The Bible: How to be Humble 

King Selassie I Visit to Jamaica (Wikipedia)

 

Haile Selassie visited Jamaica on Thursday, 21 April 1966. Some 100,000 Rastafari from all over Jamaica descended on Palisadoes Airport in Kingston,[1] having heard that the man whom they considered to be God was coming to visit them. They waited at the airport playing drums and smoking large quantities of marijuana.[1] Today the Rastafarians celebrate that Haile Selassie visited Jamaica on April 21st, known as “Groundation day.”

 

When Haile Selassie’s Ethiopian Airlines flight landed at the airport at 1:30 PM, the crowd surrounded his plane on the tarmac. The day had been overcast and stormy. After about half an hour, the door swung open and the emperor appeared at the top of the mobile steps. A deafening tumult was heard from the crowd, who beat calabash drums, lit firecrackers, waved signs, and sounded Abeng horns of the Maroons.[2] All protocol was dropped as the crowd pressed past the security forces and onto the red carpet that had been laid out for the reception. Selassie waved from the top of the steps; some interpreters have claimed that he shed tears, although this is disputed. He then returned into the plane, disappearing for several more minutes. Finally Jamaican authorities were obliged to request Ras Mortimer Planno, a well-known Rasta leader, to climb the steps, enter the plane, and negotiate the

Emperor’s descent.[3] When Planno reemerged, he announced to the crowd: “The Emperor has instructed me to tell you to be calm. Step back and let the Emperor land”[4] After Planno escorted the African monarch down the steps, journalists were puzzled by Selassie’s refusal to walk on the red carpet on the way to his limousine. [hence grounation,Iyaric equivalent of foundation, “uplifted” with the sound of the word ground in the sense of “making contact with the soil”] He was then driven to theKing’s House, the residence ofGovernor-GeneralClifford Campbell.[5]

As a result of Planno’s actions, the Jamaican authorities were asked to ensure that Rastafarian representatives were present at all state functions attended by His Majesty,[6][7] and Rastafari elders, including Planno and probablyJoseph Hibbert, also obtained a private audience with the Emperor,[8] where he reportedly told them that they should not immigrate to Ethiopia until they had first liberated the people of Jamaica. This dictum came to be known as “liberation beforerepatriation”. At a dinner held at the King’s House, Rastas claimed that acting Jamaican Prime MinisterDonald Sangster had stamped his foot at Lulu, Haile Selassie’s pet chihuahua, who, they swore, had responded with the roar of a lion.[9]

Defying expectations of the Jamaican authorities,[10] Selassie never rebuked the Rastafari for their belief in him as theMessiah. Instead, he presented the movement’s faithful elders with gold medallions bearing the Ethiopian seal – the only recipients of such an honour on this visit.[9][11] Meanwhile, he presented some of the Jamaican politicians, including Sangster, with miniature coffin-shaped cigarette boxes.[5]

 

Beliefs & Principles

What are 5 Essentials of a Rastafari Home?

What are 5 Beliefs of Rasta?

Name the 7 Principles of the Rastafari Livity

 

Convert to Rastafari – 20 King Selassie I Questions.

 

  1. King Selassie IWhat Date Were King Selassie I and Empess Menen Crowned King and Queen of Ethiopia?
  2. What year was King Selassie I born?
  3. What is the name of King Selassie I Father?
  4. What was the name of the Baby born to King Solomon and The Queen of Sheba?
  5. Name the King, that proves King Selassie I Royal & Divine Lineage?
  6. What was King Selassie I name at birth?
  7. What does Haile Selassie Mean?
  8. What year did Italy invade Ethiopia?

These are just some of the Questions answered in my book. You can use these questions to test your self for now…until the book comes out.

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Honor Black Leaders/Heroes (page 4)


malcolm-xHonor Black Heroes of Past

Have at least 3 wall mounted photos of great black leaders throughout Your home. Such as..

 

  • Malcolm X – American Civil Rights Activist who preached “by any means necessary”
  •  Martin Luther King – American Civil Rights Activists and Leader for Rights and Freedoms of black Americans.
  •  Marcus Garvey – Jamaican Pioneer and advocate in movement for Black Rights, and Independence Liberation;
  •  Emperor Haile Selassie I– Black King of Ethiopia, 1930, Defended, Ethiopia from Colonization

 

Malcolm X Speech – “Black Unity”

 

“Salaam Alaikum, Mr. Moderator, our distinguished guests, brothers and sisters, our friends and our enemies, everybody who’s here.

As many of you know, last March when it was announced that I was no longer in the Black Muslim movement, it was pointed out that it was my intention to work among the 22 million non-Muslim Afro-Americans and to try and form some type of organization, or create a situation where the young people – our young people, the students and others – could study the problems of our people for a period of time and then come up with a new analysis and give us some new ideas and some new suggestions as to how to approach a problem that too many other people have been playing around with for too long. And that we would have some kind of meeting and determine at a later date whether to form a black nationalist party or a Black Nationalist army.

There have been many of our people across the country from all walks of life who have taken it upon themselves to try and pool their ideas and to come up with some kind of solution to the problem that confronts all of our people. And tonight we are here to try and get an understanding of what it is they’ve come up with.

Also, recently when I was blessed to make a religious pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca where I met many people from all over the world, plus spent many weeks in Africa trying to broaden my own scope and get more of an open mind to look at the problem as it actually is, one of the things that I realized, and I realized this even before going over there, was that our African brothers have gained their independence faster than you and I here in America have. They’ve also gained recognition and respect as human beings much faster than you and I.
Just ten years ago on the African continent, our people were colonized. They were suffering all forms of colonization, oppression, exploitation, degradation, humiliation, discrimination, and every other kind of -ation. And in a short time, they have gained more independence, more recognition, more respect as human beings than you and I have. And you and I live in a country which is supposed to be the citadel of education, freedom, justice, democracy, and all of those other pretty-sounding words.

So it was our intention to try and find out what it was our African brothers were doing to get results, so that you and I could study what they had done and perhaps gain from that study or benefit from their experiences. And my traveling over there was designed to help to find out how.

One of the first things that the independent African nations did was to form an organization called the Organization of African Unity. This organization consists of all independent African states who have reached the agreement to submerge all differences and combine their efforts

A link that describes the people of the bible as black….


 

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King Selassie I Speech Spirituality (page 2 )

(from the book – Rastafari Spirituality for African Americans)


In Jah name
Rastafari Unite.

For all my Little Lambs, who seek truth.

Introduction

King Selassie’s Speech – “Spirituality”

“The temple of “The Most high” begins with the human body, which houses our life, essence of our existence. Africans are in bondage today because they approach spirituality through Religion provided by foreign invaders and conquerors. We must stop confusing religion and spirituality. Religion is a set of rules, regulations and rituals created by humans which were supposed to help people grow spiritually.”

“Due to human imperfection religion has become corrupt, political, and divisive and a tool for power struggle. Spirituality is not theology or ideology. It is simply a way of life, pure and original as was given by “The Most high”. Spirituality is a network linking us to “The Most high”, the universe and each other. As the essence of our existence it embodies our culture, true identity, nationhood and destiny. A people without a nation they can really call their own is a people without a soul. Africa is our nation and is in spiritual and physical bondage because her leaders are turning to outside forces for solutions to African problems when everything Africa needs is within her. When African righteous people come together, the world will come together. This is our divine destiny.”

Recap…

  1. “Africans are in bondage because they approach spirituality through Religion…”
  2. “We must stop confusing Religion and Spirituality…Religion is a set of rules, regulations and rituals created by humans…”
  3. “Due to human imperfection Religion has become corrupt…”
  4. “Spirituality is a “way of life” …of which embodies our culture, true identity, nationhood and destiny…”
  5. “Everything Africa needs is within her…” (all the needs of black people can be met within the black community)

Who I am

I am a messenger of “The Most high.” It matters not that you believe that I am his messenger, it only matters that I deliver the message.

You will read some things here, that may surprise you, or offend you, or inspire you. Remember I am The Messenger.

Every Born Rasta has been given the same message. Some “tweak” it to fit into, or to follow, Babylon, or to satisfy their (sexual) “perversions.” I am filled with truth.

I am like a courier who has been given the task of delivering a message from point A to point B. Jah is point A, Black people is point B.

I do not question the message; I have been programmed not to. Therefore pleases do not question me; I have few answers for you. I have learned it best not to Question “The Most high.”

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Rastafari for african americans

 

Peace and blessings to all

 

Why Choose Rastafari?

Rastafari can trace its holy prophet right into the 19th century. Emperor Haile Selassie is the 225th descendent to sit up on the throne of king David as promised by God in the holy Christian bible. The holy Scripture Reads…

2 Samuel 7

8 “Now then, tell my servant David… When your days are over and you rest with your ancestors, I will raise up your offspring to succeed you, your own flesh and blood, and I will establish his kingdom. 13 He is the one who will build a house for my Name, and I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever. 14 I will be his father, and he will be my son… ”

Emperor Haile Selassie sat up on the throne of King David from 1930 to 1974



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Rastafari – African American Spirituality (page 1)

 

Welcome.

I have wrote this book for Black Africans who want to follow the lifestyle of Rastafari…it will take me some time but I will have all the pages up on my blog soon. I am also in the process of writing a new book entitled. Rastafari Beliefs and Overstanding.  Read and enjoy.

(from the book – Rastafari Spirituality for African Americans)


 

 

 

DEDICATION

 

I dedicate this book, to all my beautiful Kings and Queens who do not know they are a Kings and Queens yet, but whom will know when they have finished reading this book.

Jah Bless, Ras-Tafari.

Peace and Blessings
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Introduction

What is a Rasta?

Self Esteem as Black Hue-man

10 Great Black Inventions!

Your Holy Crown

Rastafari Knowledge /Awareness

Holy Mount Zion

Employment

The truth about Black People

Unity

Mating and Relating as Rasta

Emperor Haile Selassie I

10 Things…

The Sabbath

Rastafari Meditation

Religion vs. Rastafari

Bible Verses Every Rasta Should Know

In Jah name
Rastafari Unite.

For all my Little Lambs, who seek truth


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Rastafari; Beliefs and Principles (book)

bobmarleytributeHello every one. The truth is right now I have to pee. but I am so excited to tell you about my new book coming out. I have finally chosen a title….lIts called…“Rastafari; Beliefs and Principles” I hope many people will appreciate the book, because it has taken me a long time to right it. Every week I figure it will be done by next week, but each week seems to lead into the next and then into the next.

I do hope it will be done by next week lol.

Here are the table of contents of my new book

“Rastafari; Beliefs & Principles”

(my new book)

Overstanding

Understand how and Why Rastafari got started. however unglamorous it may be this is the truth.

Embracing the Faith

In this Chapter I have included some things a person may not know or may need to be aware of when embracing the Rastafari faith.

  • The sabbath and the covenant
  • The Lion of Judah Flag
  • Jah Light

and more…

Jah

I have a section about Jah. What he looks like so to speak, his name can be found in the bible… and I explain if other Gods really do exist.

  • who is Jah
  • 6 Truths of Jah
  • What is the true Image of Jah
  • and more…

25 Principles of Rastafari

I have included about 25 principles of Rastafari. I feel this is what people want to know…how we live, what we know…and what is the basis for all the Rastafari principles truly.

Here is a list of some of those principles…

  • Love
  • Unity
  • Self Awareness
  • Natural Living
  • Dreadlocks
  • Pro-life
  • The Temple
  • Self Awareness as Rasta

But I discuss these thing more in-depth in the book of course

Beliefs

  • Non- Attachment
  • Satan
  • Judgement

etc.

The Hero’s and Leaders

  • King Selassie I
  • Marcus Garvey

How to Enter Zion

 “…For many are called, but few are chosen…” Matthew 22:14

 

 

How to Enter Zion

  • Jah in Zion
  • Jah Cleanses Us
  • Depend on Jah
  • The Holy Christian Bible
  • How to Handle Enemies
  • Rastafari fast

What is Zion Like?

Zion is a place where the weather is always nice. The birds are always chirping, the trees, grass and bushes are all manicured and maintained, and the Sun is always shining, Zion is also known as heaven. In Zion there is no crime, no poverty, and no negative energy to speak of. Zion is full of love, full of harmony, and all souls who are in Zion etc….Buy Rastafari Beliefs and principles ebook on amaozon.

Love (The Rastafari Principle of…)


Love

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“Love the black nation

Love of Self

Love all of Gods Creations

Love your brother and your sister show them love

Love the black Nation

All Rastafari regardless of his or her own  ethnic origin must love the black nation, as the black nation were made in the image of Jah and designed as Jah first human. WE know Adama nad |Eve Came out of Ethiopia, therefore all Rasta who love the Almighty love the black nation.

Love of Self

As Rastafari all Rasta must love themselves without limit and without restriction.

This includes your own origin, your facial features, Hair texture, skin-color, eye color etc. Self-Love as Rasta is of the utmost importance. As messengers of love, we know that in order to be effective we must first love our selves.

Love all Jah life Creations

We as Rastafari love Jah the Almighty Creator, so naturally we love all of his beautiful wonderful and Glorious creations. From Humans, to plants, to sunshine, to rainfall, to birds that fly in the sky to Trees…Jah Jah made them all, so with the love of Rasta, we love all living creations.

Love your Brother and your Sister

My ethnic origin is Caribbean Canadian. I as Rasta have to love all other Caribbean Canadian people’s. What’s your origin and back ground? Jamaicans and all Caribbean’s are considered my “brothers and Sisters” As Empress, I show them love, by being helpful, wherever and whenever I can, and sharing an uplifting word whenever possible.

Jah Jah smiles when he sees that I help and lift up my brothers and Sisters. Loving your brothers and Sisters is a demonstration of loving yourself.

Story:

I didn’t really fall in love with myself until I embraced the Rastafari levity. Before then I was wishing my skin was lighter and that my hair could be straighter. During the winter I felt more beautiful, because during the summer I would become “dark” when my hair was permed (chemical hair straighten) I felt more beautiful.

I didn’t know it then but I didn’t love my self until I started wearing my own hair and started to love my curls, and knew that they also represented my Ancestors, who I knew were walking with me everywhere I went. Love yourself for who you are, look at yourself from a perspective that is Royal and Impressionable. We are all created unique and beautiful in the eyes of Jah. See yourself as he sees you. A beautiful unique  masterpiece.”

This is an excerpt from my new Rasta book….”Rastafari Is”…. this is one of the 17 principles Rastafari people live by.

Jah bless. Rastafari.


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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sorry I traveled to Jamaica…but im back!



I am so sorry to everyone that wondered WHAT THE HECK, happened to this website? I was away, I traveled to Jamaica in February. I was told on very short notice that I had this ticked (one day actually) and so I did not get a chance to wrap all my projects the way that I would have liked to. Oh my goodness, imagine one day to prepare for something you have been wishing for for 3 years. Here is a list of some things I had to do before I actually went to Jamaica.

  • go to the bank
  • call the company running my website and make a payment
  • call the company hosting my website and make a payment
  • go shopping for summer clothes and shoes
  • clean the house
  • buy some gift for my family memebers
  • do my laundry
  • pack for the trip
  • buy a new suitcase
  • …and so much more. Out of that whole list, I think, I only went to the bank, did my laundry, and packed for the trip u sing a very old suitcase, and oh yeah I cleaned the house too.  Clearly I did not have enough time to call the company running my websit and make a payment.  (I will post some pics and video soon) or visit my youtube channel

New book out! How to date a Jamaican man

So I should probably tell you about my new e-book, its called “how to date a jamaican man” it was inspired by my trip to Jamaica, and a fantastic friend/lover I met when I was down their. I was also inspired to write this book because of an article I wrote on this website with the same name, that so many people wanted to read. I figured…” why not do a book?” I thoguht that way I could include a lot more detail on Jamaican culture and the Jamaican mans way of thinking and of course his upbringing.

Here is some more detail on what is inside the e-book…

The Jamaican male mind on women
Recipes to keep your Jamaican man Strong
What to expect in your Role as Wifey
How to handle a Cheating Jamaican Man
How to Bring your Jamaican Man to America
10 Rules for Dating a Jamaican man
3 Things a Jamaican man must have
The Truth about the Rastafari Jamaican Man

bonus chapters
Sex with a Jamaican man for the first time, what to expect
How to meet the Jamaican man of your dreams

 

It is available on amazon right now.  Buy “how to date a jamaican man” the e-book on amazon. Instant download.

I have been doing a lot of black writing lately

I have been doing a lot of black writing lately. what does that mean? It means I seem to be drawn to write books that are about my people,  mainly to help to open our eyes. I did enjoy writing how to date a jamaican man, however i feel my purpose is something “higher” than this. I am enjoying my roots and and culture and my spirituality.

The Almighty gives me my direction…

I asked The Almighty about what I am soppose to be doing, (i am feeling weird in this moment) and what he told me shocked me, to think I have been given such responsibility. I mean I am happy, but I am terrified. The only way I can explain it is. This must be the way Obama felt when he realized he was actually going to be the one running the country. I mean it is certainly something I want to do, but the thought of actually doing it over whelms me. By the way, if there is anything in particular you would like to see on this website, anything in particular you would like me to write about you can always leave it in the comments. Back to what I was saying. I think since “he sees and knows all things” I will go ahead with what he has asked me to do.  I am scared shitless!

Rastafari book still to come

I have a book on Just Rastafari. It is very extensive, this is the main reason it is taking me so long to write it, plus the unexpected trip to Jamaica. But I am working on it and I am enjoying reading. I really do hope people like it. It is still coming please be patient with me.

Spirituality and more, Jamaican Website

I have a new website, but there is nothing there right now. Its called Jamaicanspiritualist.com. You will have to visit to find out what it is all about. i really do like sharing my spiritiuality and other things with you guys. Lifes good especially, when you be your self. Dont forget to read “how to become a rasta” now available as an e-book on amazon, as an instant download to your computer or kindle. In how to become a rasta you will learn…

Learn the ways of the Rastafarians, How to cook, pray and meditate like a Rasta. Find out what deep Rasta men are not allowed to do. The black King of Ethiopias’ (Emperor Haile Selassie) appeal to the leage of Nations. Learn the best way to start your Dreadlocks, based on your hair type, know the meaning of life according to Rastafari.

Well there is a lot I am doing right now. I will be offering Tarot card readings on my new website, for anybody who is interested. e-mail me any time at info@jamaicanspiritualist.com

More about my trip in a different post

I will write some more about my trip to Jamaica in a different blog post. I love Jah, and I love Jamaica. I have a lot to tell you. Mostly about how I felt as a Rastafari woman living in North America her whole life and finally going to the place that I have always known is my home. Until next time. Keep loving. Live as black African, this truth belongs to all of us.

Jah bless me, and Jah bless the whole world.

Rastafari lives.