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Ethiopia - Land, People and Customs

Ethiopia Speaks His Own African Language

No colonial language for Ethiopia.
That is the logic foundation of freedom.
Babylon is confusion of language.

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Ethiopia - Land, People and Customs

Biblical Musical Instruments – ቀርን Qern – The Horn

These are the trumpets that have shaken the foundation of Jericho.
The people of Ethiopia is the true Ilected Seed of Israel.
Blow the horns on the day of the new moon ::
On the marked day of our feast ::
For this is the ritual of Israel ::
And the deliberation of the God of Jacob ::
Psalm 80/81
Glorify Egziabhier in His holy ones ::
Glorify Him in the strenght of His power ::
Glorify Him in His capacity ::
Glorify Him according to His much greatness ::
Glorify Him by the voice of the horn ::
Psalm 150
Ge’ez : ቀርን Qern
Latin : Cornu
English: Horn
Archetype of the trumpets. Elephant it trumpets.
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Ethiopia - Land, People and Customs

Coffee is Black Ethiopian

The word “Coffee” derives from the Ethiopian region of Kaffa, from which the plant and its tradition originally come. Every morning, almost every citizen in the West begins his day with this very Black and Ethiopian substance. The beginning of the day continually reminds us of the African and Black beginning of history.
In Ethiopia, coffee is called “Bunna” ቡና: the green beans are roasted, crushed and boiled within an earthenware jug, called “Jebenà” ጀበና, and then filtered, thus obtaining a soft and enjoyable drink, which is flavored with rue and other spices, and served together with incense through a fascinating domestic ceremony…
“Ethiopia has, from the province of Kaffa, given the world the name and product of coffee.”
H.I.M. Haile Selassie I – Selected Speeches p. 116