Re: Evidence of what HIM did on the Sabbath?
Posted By: selassielive In Response To: Re: Evidence of what HIM did on the Sabbath? (Masimba Musodza)
Date: Tuesday, 26 September 2006, at 9:31 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Evidence of what HIM did on the Sabbath? (Masimba Musodza)
Do you know that the oldest church in Ethiopia is the Kidist Mariam Tsion (The Cathedral Monastery of St. Mary of Zion).
It is titled "Re-ese Adbarat", meaning, "first among the monasteries"
The Virgin Mary is accorded the title "Eternal Queen of Ethiopia" and this church was, and is considered the highest ranking and holiest site in Ethiopia.
This is where the ark of the covenant is housed in the inner sactum, Qediste Qedusan/Holy of holies.
As I said, this symbolizes the womb.
Why would a church be livicated in a the name of Mariam and be considered the most holiest site in Ethiopa if the Mother Goddess was not revered as divine?
Are you going to say that Haile Selassie did not Ispect and revere the divine mother when he laid the head cornerstone to the New St. Mary of Zion cathedral next to the Old one?
You can believe what u wish...but there is no denying that the mother was worshipped and revered long before the father. There is plenty of evidence for you to see.
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