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Ge'ez ግእዝ Mysteries

Why Learn Ge’ez (Ancient Ethiopic Language) ?

WHY LEARN GE’EZ (Ancient Ethiopic) ?

– Because it is the oldest human language, as old as homo sapiens who comes from Ethiopia. It therefore preserves the words and experiences of our ancestral fathers and allows us to reconnect to the deepest roots of human history.

– Because it is not a human and conventional language, but a divine and natural one, with which God created all things in the beginning and which he taught to Adam. The words of Ge’ez are onomatopoeic and pictographic evocations of real things, and through them we can acquire wonderful logical and natural knowledge.

– Because the Ge’ez Bible is the oldest and most complete text available to us, and by studying that it is possible to remove all the veils of mystification and manipulation that have been placed over it by Romanized Judaism and Christianity.

– Because it is built according to a gematric and kabbalistic system that is much more orderly and coherent than the commonly known Jewish one: it is the code that allows us to interpret and decipher created reality, and the “genome” of God that enables us to know its Mind and Essence.

– Because it is in itself a humanly inexplicable prophetic miracle, which gives solidity and strength to the student’s faith and nourishes his spiritual life with conviction.

– Because it is the original language of God, and the privileged communication channel to invoke Him and adore Him, and also to interact with the forces of nature that were created according to its arcana.

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Ethiopia in the Bible

Job

The book of Job was the second Holy scripture given to humanity, after the book of Enoch, and before the Law of Moses. Job was son of Esaw brother of Jacob, and he is the only writing prophet of Old that didn’t come from Jacob/Israel (without counting Enoch, of course).

In chapter 28 he prophetically speaks of the “Original Place of Wisdom”:

“But where shall wisdom be found? and where is the place of understanding? Man knoweth not the price thereof; neither is it found in the land of the living. The depth saith, It is not in me: and the sea saith, It is not with me. It cannot be gotten for gold, neither shall silver be weighed for the price thereof. It cannot be valued with the gold of Ophir, with the precious onyx, or the sapphire. The gold and the crystal cannot equal it: and the exchange of it shall not be for jewels of fine gold. No mention shall be made of coral, or of pearls: for the price of wisdom is above rubies. The topaz of Ethiopia shall not equal it, neither shall it be valued with pure gold. Whence then cometh wisdom? and where is the place of understanding?”

As you can notice, in the quest for the original wisdom – like the search for our lost paradise – the prophet quotes only 2 countries: Ophir and Ethiopia. As we know from the I book of Kings 10,10-11:

“The queen of Sheba gave the king an hundred and twenty talents of gold, and of spices very great store, and precious stones: there came no more such abundance of spices as these which the queen of Sheba gave to king Solomon. And the navy also of Hiram, that brought gold from OPHIR, brought in from OPHIR great plenty of almug trees, and precious stones.”

Ophir was an ethiopian territory with golden mines, and also David prophetically speaks about Makeda saying:

“upon thy right hand did stand the queen in gold of Ophir”. (Psalm 45,9)

In this way, the prophet exalts the preciousness and wealth of the Ethiopian Motherland as supreme upon earth, and discreetly suggests the answer to his doubt. Wisdom came from the place where Adam lived in the beginning, where he met Egziabhier and was instructed by Him.

“The place whence wisdom cometh” means also the land whence Christ comes.

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Haile Selassie I - Teachings

It Is Better To Give Than To Receive

“Wise men have always known the deep and pervading truth that it is better to give than to receive, for even as it conflicts with selfish and ambitious desires, it moderates and controls them.”

QHS Selected Speeches p. 46

“It is better to give than to receive” is a precept of Iyesus Krstòs that is not written in His Gospels, but revealed by Saint Paul in the Acts of the Apostles (20:35), as he says: “to remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive’.”

Even if I egoistically desire pleasure and joy and success for myself, to give is more convenient than receive, cause it paves the way to actual satisfaction and reward from God and for eternity. Therefore, it always control selfish desire: it pervades and invades the space usually occupied by the wicked, cause if you really egoistically love yourself, then you serve the Living God and live, otherwise you die.

Our true happiness, wealth, power and pleasure is kept by God, not by the sinful ways of this world, and from Him we will receive. If the wicked played some illusory part about in the past, now his dominion is completely over with the coming of the Kingdom. Now, “the earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof”, He conquered and freed the land occupied by the wicked (wordly flesh) and He is master above the spiritual as well as the material happiness and success of men.

 

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Spiritual Poetry

Don’t Deceive Thyself

“For if a man think himself to be something, when he is nothing, he deceiveth himself.”
Galatians 6,3
Jah didn’t
create us
because in need
we just
futile servants
we die as live
the river
we beat
but we don’t move
a wata
it just seems
wise and mad
pawn and queen
clean and unclean
shall fall
the same pit
RastafarI
judgment
He brings
against each
unworthy
in comparison
with Him
we leach
from vanity
of image
and speech
difference
of several inches
shall flatten
our ego
in pieces
what can I esteem
when I am from
His casual
seed
and ignore
the destination
I reach
so many
historical sins
should teach
humbleness
and silence
unto me
more than
titles
of Rasses
institutional
self-praising
and hymns
the most
in universe
is unseen
Batin
inna small box
of awareness
we are placed in
coming here
the elder
who thinks
to have the solution
and nothing indeed
“orthodox” preachers
fighting the Divinity
of Selassie I King
iconoclastic
gurus, selling
their plastic
on tv
with fat arrogance
deceive
they will receive
even the strongest
one day
must be weak.
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Haile Selassie I - Anecdotes

The Age of the World

“One evening at the dinner table a conversation was going on in French between some of the guests. Suddenly the Emperor turned to me and asked, ‘What do you believe? How old is the world?’ #QHS

‘If we are to believe the Bible,” I said, “it is about six thousand years old.’

‘Impossible,’ someone spoke up. ‘It is at least six million years old.’ This person attempted to explain how scientists had discovered certain animals in artic regions and how they reasoned that the world must be millions of years old to allow time for all the changes in the earth to come about.

‘To me it is not a question that concerns my salvation,’ I replied ‘and I never argue with anyone as to how old the earth is.’

The Emperor agreed at once, saying, ‘That is true. Salvation is sure, and these things really do not matter. #QHS

(Taken from: “For God and Emperor”, Herbert and Della Hanson, 1958, page 150)

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Spiritual Poetry

Cannot Overthrow I&I

“Gamaliel, one learned in the law, warns Israel of their attitude to the apostles and their teaching. ‘Refrain from these men,’ he says, ‘and let them alone: for if this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to nought: but if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it.’ And so we see today the Bible with its wonderful message reaching the remotest parts of the earth.” #QHS

Who Am I
to disturb that belief
which johannes guy
blind and stiff
could win my pride
even the priest
of jewish remind
won’t cope with
something so wide
they never seen
Jah say the time
is now and here
I’ve read the sign
they have reached
remotest sides
with Gospel script
modern lines
woudn’t admit
ignorant crime
in global lit
literary shine
education the key
Gideon shrines
will open quick
master is time
history picks
by judgment tides
those who resist
with bias to inquire
they still insist
to lead the fight
I faith persists
in this
eternal fire.

(Taken from our poetical work “Jah Seh The Bible”)

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Ethiopia in the Bible

Abraham and the Promised Land

In the third millennium, after the universal diaspora (Zerut) produced by the curse of the Tower of Babylon, in order to restore the authority and sovereignity of the holy people after that stage of confusion, Egziabhier called a man from the line of Sem (the heir of Noha), living in Ur, a semitic city near to the babilonian area of rule (currently Iraq) of the betrayer Nimrod the Ethiopian, builder of the cursed Tower.
To re-establish the original kingdom of Adam the Ethiopian, also called Edèm or Edòm, Egziabhier ordered Abraham to leave his family and that land, and to trod his repatriation towards Africa, the land of His fathers:
“In the same day the Lord made a covenant with Abram, saying, Unto thy seed have I given this land, from the river of Egypt unto the great river, the river Euphrates”
(Genesis 15, 18)
Being the “river of Egypt” the Nile that originates in Ethiopia, the promised land of Egziabhier was the same original Ethiopian kingdom of Adam the Ethiopian, whose extention was geographically described by the second chapter of Genesis, with the mention of those same rivers.
Palestine, where Adam was buried, was the northern extremity of that ancient dominion, and Abraham settled there, freeing it from the illegal occupation of the Canaanites. During his movement, Abraham also met Melchisedek the Ethiopian, descendant of both Nimrod and Sem: he bowed down to him to get his blessing and paid a tribute, recognizing the supreme authority of the Ethiopian Throne, that Etyops son of Melchisedek would soon occupy, giving his name to the Country.
From the blessed lineage of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, come both Christ and the Solomonic Kings of Ethiopia.
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Haile Selassie I - Prophecy

The Biblical Handsign of His Majesty

HIS HANDS SIGN IS NOT MASONIC, IT IS BIBLICAL.
With His hands He traces the 6 points of the Star of David, that was given to David by Rut: she was of Ethiopian origin and daughter of Melchizedek. The Symbol represents the Star prophecied by Melchizedek, a prophecy that his son Balaam has repeated:
“I shall see him, but not now: I shall behold him, but not nigh: there shall come a Star out of Jacob, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel, and shall smite the corners of Moab, and destroy all the children of Sheth.” (Numbers 24, 17)
It is made of 2 triangles interlaced, one upward ▲ symbolizing the male polarity, male genitals, the bonfire, heaven, and one downward ▼ symbolizing the female polarity, female genitals, the cup of water, and earth.
The Star represents the redemptional promise of Christ that must manifest in 2 comings, one for heaven and one for earth, one for priesthood and one for kingdom, as it is written:
“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty” (Revelation 1,8)
As you can see, the earthly triangle is highlighted by the hands of His Majesty ▼, that doing so continuously declares to be the theological Omega in Flesh, a token for you to recognize His messianic status.
Moreover, this precisely realizes the prophecy of David, kept by Psalm 151, that was removed from the western bibles, but actually it was the first Psalm written by David, when he went to fight against Goliath:
እደውየ ፡ ይገብራ ፡ መሰንቆ ፤
ወአጻብዕየ ፡ ያስተዋድዳ ፡ መዝሙረ ።
My hands make a masenqo
And my fingers prepare a mezmur (begena) ::
The hands and fingers of His Majesty reproduce the physiognomy of the musical instrument of David, the original harp with 10 strings kept only by the Ethiopian tradition (Begenà), just to make us understand better, as He Himself has declared, that even in the 20th century David still beats Goliath, as millennial fulfillment of the ancient allegory, with the Earthly Kingdom of Christ.
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Ethiopia in the Bible

Melchizedek Priest and King of Salem

After the falling of the tower of Babel, mankind was scattered in confusion for many centuries, because of their inability to communicate correctly and clearly. That’s why the Tower of Babel is called by the Ethiopian Bible as Zerut ዝሩት, i.e. “Diaspora”.
From the lineage of Nimrod the Ethiopian, the builder of the Tower of Babel, came Melchizedek, that is also from the descent of Sem son of Noah the Ethiopian. Although in the Letter to Hebrew chapter 7 Melchizedek is said to be “without father and without mother”, because of his state of mystic deification and the absence in the books of Moses of any genealogy before his appearance, Ethiopian tradition knows exactly his origin and life.
From the Ethiopian Synaxaryum (Miyazia 6; Pagumen 3) we know that after the Flood, Melchizedek and Sem, guided by an angel of God, buried the corpse of Adam – brought into the Ark by Noah – within the “Golgotha” or “Place of the Skull”, where Christ had to be crucified, to baptize with His own blood and water the body of Adam, lying within the soil.
The Tomb of Adam became the temple where Melchizedek ministered His priesthood, and around that place he founded Jerusalem. “Salem” was the name of His wife, that He immortalized by the name of the city. Iyerusaliem ኢየሩሳሌም is interpreted as Iyor Selam ኢዮር ሰላም, being “Iyor” the name of one of the seven heavens, and eartly Jerusalem is just a reflection of the heavenly Jerusalem. Another interpretation is Yrieeyu Selam ይሬእዩ ሰላም “They see peace”, to which Christ seem to refer when speaking to the incredolous city:
“If thou hadst known, even thou, at least in this thy day, the things which belong unto thy peace! but now they are hid from thine eyes.” (Luke 19,42)
When Abraham met Melchizedek, and gave him a tribute, then Melchisedek was recognized in his royalty, the same royal order of the Ethiopian Monarchy. In fact, the son of Melchizedek Etiel was sent by his father to settle at the source of the Nile: he was the first one to be called “Ethiops” and he was the progenitor of the Ethiopian people and kings until Agabos and his daugther Makeda Queen of Sheba, who married Salomon. Etièl is what the Greek mythology has re-elaborated in the character of “Atlas”, the Ethiopian King holding the whole world.
While the Ethiopian Synaxaryum declares Melchezedek as son of Shem through Kainan (Pagumen 3), the Ethiopian Andemtà of the Psalm 109 (110) says that he is a prophet from Kam. Therefore, he is half Semitic (predominant) and half Hamitic, as it is the genealogy of Christ Himself, having fathers from Sem and mothers from Kam. In fact, it is written that Melchizedek is “made like unto the Son of God“.
In this way, he sets the same racial standard of Ethiopian people as original people, having inside the whole genetical spectrum of Noah, from his Blessing (Shem) to his Curse (Ham). That’s why Emperor Haile Selassie I said about Ethiopia:
“Her culture and social structure were founded in the mingling of her original culture and civilization with the Hamitic and Semitic migrations into Africa from the Arabian peninsula, and, in fact, today, our language, Amharic, is a member of that large family of Hamitic and Semitic tongues and. therefore, intimately related to Hebrew and Arabic.” (Selected Speeches p. 113)
(Artwork by Ras Abba Yehuda)
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Rastafari is based on Christ and the Bible

The day when even Mutabaruka was an orthodox prophet.