Rastafari and It's Shamanist Origin's.

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Lulu.com, Dec 1, 2007 - Religion - 104 pages
This book is a work on the Origins of the Millenarian movement of Rastafari from a former Rastafari. The book examines the deification of Haile Selassie and it, s pagan idolatrous character from a biblical perspective.

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Well researched, interesting read.
A book that brought much clarity.
I believe this book will bring much illumination to the Caribbean region, and it's prospective indulgent.

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The book was written by a former Rastafari from Sint Maarten who was privy to the inner life of a Rastafari. During my tenure at University in Groningen at the Hanze University where I attended, the Gamma faculty, and did research in theology and theosophy at the Rijksuniversiteit in Groningen.
It was there that I met and interacted with various Rastafari each and every one of them specifically "Sheba" were esotericist's or Shamans, upon realizing this . I was led by Jesus to the truth of Apostolic doctrine therein I began a long and arduous journey back to truth. This book is a work, birthed in pain and death of the flesh so that the spirit might live. It is not a feel good book, it is a very methodical study through history that examines the oneness of world culture from its inception to the present.


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The Branches of Rastafari
The Icons of Rastafari
The Spirit behind the Cults
The Character of
The Government of
The Full Body Ministry
The Hebrew People
A Changing Caribbean

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