Glory be to the Father and the Son and the the Holy Spirit, One God.
Glory be to Word, glory be to Sound, glory be to Power.
As it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be.
World without end: Jah Rastafari: Eternal God Haile I Selassie I.
“Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.”
Be careful what you worship, or, in what you put your worthiness, in what you say it’s of great value to you, in other words, what is more worthy for you? Word, sound and power, every hour! I and I nah die! Do you understand? Do you innerstand? DO YOU OVERSTAND?? Shalom, bredren and sistren. All praises do to The Most High, Jaaaaah Raaaaastafari!
Rastafari it’s not a new “religion”, like some people in Babylon say. Rastafari it’s a refreshment, it’s the Revelation of that old time faith, the good faith, the true faith. If it was good for Abraham, the father of the faith, the friend of Ha-Elohim, the father of multitudes, why should it not be good for I and I in these days and times? seen? Step out of Babylon, step out of confusion. Shalom Ras Tafari. Moving forward.
Unfolding like a detective novel, Painted Black examines the representation of people of African origin in the paintings of Dutch and Flemish masters from the late Middle Ages to the present, with a particular focus on the seventeenth century.
Interesting. The only problem with the painting is that Moses was also a dark complexion individual. The painter either had a lack of knowledge, was pretty dumb or had the intention of twisting things. I mean, if the Holy Scriptures states that Moses’ wife was an Ethiopian, that doesn’t imply that Moses was “white”. That can happen only if you don’t know the fact that the ancient Hebrew-Israelites were also of dark complexion or you purposely want to depict them as “white”. But, something tells me from the name “Jacob” that this painter individual was a converted, so called, european “jew”, that has the duty to continue his “work”. BBBut anyway, Shalom Ras Tafari. Moving forward.
Deuteronomy 28:37 37 And you shall become a horror, a proverb, and a byword, among all the peoples where The Most High Yah will lead you away. We have to return to the Covenant of Yah to make our situation better