RasTafari Selassie I is a direct descendant of the Solomonic (SOL-AH-MAN) Dynasty/House, the Master Builder and Original Masonic Teachings.
All other Masonic Lodges (though merely VERSIONS of) must bow to the original Ethiopian/Nubian Masonic Head, RasTafari.
The examples of secret societies among the Africans also is numerous, most were the keepers of the ancient oral traditions, language, mystics, magic and history of the culture of the people. There to preserve it, and passing it on to the next generation via various secret initiate rituals.
Ethiopia likewise maintained this tradition until this day. HIM Haile Selassie carries many Masonic orders, titles and symbols.
During the final four years of his life, Garvey turned even more emphatically toward the Masonic ideal based on secret knowledge.
Other features shared with fraternal orders included solemn oaths and binding pledges, special degrees of chivalry (such as the Cross of African Redemption, Knight of the Sublime Order of the Nile, and Knight of the Order of Ethiopia...
Leonard James Percival Howell (Gong Guru Marag)was also a Mason. A high Mystic, and world traveler was present in Addis Ababa in 1930 and attended the coronation, returned to Jamaica and preached the divinity of Haile Selassie.
Joseph Nathaniel Hibbert was a member of the Ancient Order of Ethiopia masonic lodge.
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