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Every event has a resonance and carries with it an example and a lesson to apply in I n I Livity practice.
So commemorating Liberation Day, I n I is here to celebrate the victory of the King of kings not only as a political liberation but first and foremost as a spiritual and personal redemption that can then lead to the emancipation of our nation.
In the new Covenant with the new spiritual Israel, namely Ethiopia and the Rastafari Movement, the Creator sits at the same table of government.
An incredibly rich interview with Ras Igie, Rastafari elder and herbalist from the Montego Bay area.
This edition is released on this most auspicious and blessed date of November 2nd 2020. The 90th anniversary of the Crowning of our Ethiopian Emperor Qadamawi Haile Selassie and Empress Menen Asfaw in Africa, Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
This interview was recorded a couple of years ago and never released yet, it is probably the only documented testimony of this strong Rastafari Elder.
Ian’I Rastafari, observing the depth of the events, also meditates on the fact that on September 27th not only is the Meskel festivity but also commemorates another very important event.
This Ras Flako’s series of interviews is to celebrate 90 years of Rastafari Movement.
2020 marks 90 years since the Coronation of His Imperial Majesty and the revelation of Rastafari Movement.
The Rastafari community, led by EWF Inc Local #3 Negusa Negast London are creating a sacred garden on the site of Sidetegnaw Medhane Alem Chapel at Fairfield House in Bath, Somerset, UK
The Afrikan Caribbean Assembly (ACA) Youth Chapter Bristol, herby demands that Bristol City Council cancel the sale of the former Justice For Marlon Thomas / Rastafari Culture Centre situated at 134a – 136 Grosvenor Road St. Paul’s.
In this second part of his autobiographic testimony, Elder Ras Flako Tafari recalls the College time with particular focus on the life on the campus as a Rastafari student.