Hello 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 *
- 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?