My Idren, Once there was an end of the Lion of the Tribe of Judah as they are saying and De I is insinuating here, then it would have been no response to this post.
My Question to De I is this
Can a righteous Man die????
Now the answer should be No or yes, and if De I can ever say yes, then proove this and tell I Man where I and I righteous Ancestors all gone?? for man can teach and not teach right. There is always two sides to every coin.
Haile I Selassie I liveth itinually even within I and I His Children. I am sure unno no blind at all. Rastafari is getting stronger each day regardless of what the babywrong and unno doing to stop I and I foundation. Jah is I and I light and Salvation, so whom shall I and I worry about.
I and I Ancestors are always here. Go way with that evil one concept called death(devil). Jah Ras Tafari came to destroy death and evil.
Give I and I the teaching of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile I Sealssie I the first of Ethiopia,for I and I no want unno devil(death) phylosophy. That is a babywrong concept.
Rastafari is the all living entity, all ineversal ire. From iration unto this iver and onwards itinually, Dat is I and I foudation and teachings.
Even in the pyramids of Khemet De I can find these teaching. Read the Book of Death, and the Egytian Book of the Dead, and then tell I who really does die.
Dem Man a trod earth still ire. life is over death and good over evil.
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