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Ah my good friends the Rastafarians. The Rastafarians are thinkers I will give them that but sadly most of their thought are in the circular trap of
They have complex beliefs involved regarding the Bible and many of them believe it and of itself is a magical book with supernatural powers of its own
that they have devised rituals exclusive to them in harnessing.
Sadly for them most of it appears to be the works of voodoo styled charlatans who pray upon the inherent desires of blacks to be racially and
intellectually superior and to posses a far greater power for their collective good than they collectively posses.
The Bible creates a true circle that as long as you stay immersed in it or look primarily to it is always going to bring you right back to the same
starting point and is always going to exclude almost everything outside of it.
Ethiopia is in fact an ancient place and steeped in many ancient secrets as a result. The Zionists by the way were originally offered Ethiopia by the
British as a Jewish homeland though the Zionists rejected it conditionally as they continued to hold out for Palestine itself.
The Ethiopian monarchy that ended in the 20th century with Haile Selassie was the longest running continuous bloodline rule in all of recorded
The Rastafarians idolize Selassie who they claim sent the Queen of England a tiny little toy dog that roared instead like a lion that almost drove her
to madness as their stories go.
They believe that other rituals were the accused and the accuser take separate ends of the Bible and physically wrestle over it will wring out the
truth of the situation and many other things those charlatans and showmen manipulate them with often while they are imbibing in prodigious amounts of
They believe the white race to be tragically flawed and intent upon its own doom and many other things and believe Jesus lived and was dark skinned
and many other things that just create a belief system locked within a belief system.
They are great thinkers though and I have had many productive conversations with Rastafarians, Miami where I live has quite a large Jamaican
There are Haitians and other Caribbean and Bahamians that take part in the Rastafarian religious practices.
They are capable of thinking outside of the box when you show them what is outside the box and good at contemplating the meanings and ramifications of
those things but as many people are prone to when things get too deep or too troubling they go right back to their bible inspired roots to try to
place it into biblical context.
That’s the real circular trap and danger of religion in that it provides a comforting and familiar box for those who have become reliant upon it and
place faith in it that ultimately they then want to use as a yardstick for measuring everything else.
As far as the Rothschild family goes which are by the way known as the Papal Rothschild Family and most of their titles do in fact originate from the
Vatican or were granted by monarchies with the Vatican’s blessing they are simply one of many heads of Rome that are designed to confuse people by
enticing them to focus on just one singular element.
The problem is though as far as the Roman conspiracy goes is there is not one single legion involved but in fact many, some working in tandem, some
working at cross purposes to actually through those frictions create the desired sum without giving them the precise formula for arriving at it.
Rome is masterful at deception and casting eyes in other directions and when all else fails because most people have been taught to think of Rome
simply now as the Vatican or the Pope instead of the greater Empire they tend to then always end up going back to religion and its many guises to try
to solve and make sense of the enigma and mystery that is Rome.
Of course they go back to the same religious texts that were designed to trap them into circular forms of thinking and to take the most serious
elements on sheer faith alone.
It’s a very effective trap because the more sound your argument and reasoning is for getting out of the trap and abandoning the trap, the more
powerful the temptation becomes to believers to view that as a form of test. I must have faith, I must believe, my mortal soul hangs in the
In the end it ends up seldom being about the truth but simply what people have come to believe to be the truth. The Rastafarians certainly do have
their own unique take on it that they have come to believe and believe is the truth.
What we do see is just like the Catholics, Protestants, Presbyterians, etc. and the Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews, and the Sunni and the Shiite Muslims
they all believe what they have interpreted from the same God and the same base texts and adding their own cultural interpretations are true too, and
sadly each of them would like to be right and it has never occurred to any of them that they all could be wrong, but rather just the people who
don’t believe exactly as they do are wrong.
When people look to interpret religious texts which have all been written in vague and often contradictorily and confusing ways as divine and the work
of the divine and what the divine meant all in fact it does is create that purposeful well laid dividing trap for people.
When you step outside of the box and realize that they are all written by man, and then rewritten by man, and interpreted by man and reinterpreted by
man and have each spawned a culture like the Rastafarians and that each culture is diametrically opposed to one another to a murderous and intolerable
extent and see how that has benefited man it gets much easier to understand then in those human terms.
The universal law of confusion being what it is, people are certainly free to keep looking at that book, and looking at that book, and rethinking it
and contemplating it and trying to make some sense out of it but at some point people ought to consider the underlying reality and that is that the
Book doesn’t make sense, except as a tool for dividing and conquering and creating controversy and chaos and then a form of dissociated order
through how those in cultural authority interpret it and impose if for the masses.
In my humble opinion the Rastafarians are a couple steps ahead of most but also lag a couple of steps behind in some other important areas.
They are far more open minded and willing to consider things though than many of the religiously inspired are and that is to their credit.
Thanks for asking.