Didn't mean to ruffle feathers, everybody has thier own opinion. Sophisticated terms, however, these are not. The information presented is merely an interpretation of physical and historical facts. I agree that Rastafari Peoples' views are not limited to Ethiopian/Kemetic views, yet still, Rastafari People follow His Majesty. With no structured view of "death" yet to be formalized by Rastafari People where do Ones begin. My thought in presenting the article was to suggest that a view of "death" might best start with His Majesty's view. Without taking this into the deep realms of "His Majesty never died!" and what that means to different people; a fact to be considered is that His Majesty did prepare for His own transition. So why not acknowledge that and build from it? It would be great to hear from Rastafari People about thier views on "death", I feel it is of the utmost importance, unfortunately it reamains like some kind of taboo subject.
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