For those Rastafarians who sight Jesus, he advised ones to read their bible.
For those who dont, HE shared that we will always revere those who fought for their spiritual freedoms.
Selassie I to the white man, the color of a man’s skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes and if you would like to help Ethiopias cause, then you are more than welcome to join us.
In this picture it is the Duke of Gloucester being met at the railway station in Ethiopia circa 1930. This is a very important moment can help connect some dots, as I try to explain. The Duke came in place of his father George V, The Duke is also the Uncle of Queen Elizabeth II. When he came to the coronation of Haile Selassie I, he presented HIM with a 27 inch scepter that was taken from Ethiopia many years ago, with the following message.
“The Duke fell down on bending knees before HIM and spoke in a loud voice and said, “Master, Master, my father has sent me to represent him sir. He is unable to come and he said that he will serve you to the end Master.”
The mention of him calling HIM master could be some masonic reverence that I am not aware of, or some other spiritual acknowledgement, nevertheless HE is being called MASTER and has a British servant who is also the British King. When I read these words then I began understand why HIM went to the UK during his period of exile. The oath that was declared was the only safe keeping that HIM could rely upon whenever HE needed assistance. This was truly something that Marcus Garvey could not understand as he ridiculed HIM from leaving Ethiopia and taking cover in a white man’s land. The power and reverence that surrounds Haile Selassie is far greater than the man can understand. All praises be to Jah Rastafari.
I was reminded by a pillar in my community that, “All knees shall bow and confess.” Meaning that no matter who you are, everyman can confess and testify on the goodness of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I.
Jah/Yah Rastafari love, buruk fikir
Hutton, C. A., Barnett, M. A., Dunkley, D., & Niahh, J. A. (n.d.). Leonard Percival Howell & The Genesis of Rastafari.