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  Black supremacy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Black supremacy is the belief that fls as a group are superior to members of other races.
Black supremacy as a core belief in the inherent superiority of people of indigenous, fl African decent has been a thriving, if marginal, notion among fls for 75 years or more in the modern era.
Along with the Holy Piby, the Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy, written during the 1920s by proto-Rastafarian preacher Fitz Balintine Pettersburg, is recognized as one of the root documents of Rastafarian thought.
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 Science Fair Projects - Black supremacy
Black supremacy is the belief that fls are racially superior to members of other races.
It its simplest form, fl supremacy is the belief in the inherent superiority of the "fl race." Unlike many white supremacists, who often embrace the label, some fl supremacists do not regard their belief in fl superiority as equivalent to white supremacy.
In modern history, fl supremacy has been a reactionary phenomenon manifested among various religions or cults, claiming to be an ideological tool in framing a kind of liberation theology for the societally marginalized and oppressed.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Black_supremacy   (1811 words)

  
 Rastafari movement - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Rastafari is a response to racist negation of fl people as it was experienced in Jamaica, where in the 1930s, fl peoplewere at the bottom of the social order, while white people and their Christian religion were at the top.
Falasha fl Jews have livedin Ethiopia for centuries, disconnected from the rest of Judaism; their existence gave some credence and impetus to earlyRastafarians, validating their belief that Ethiopia was Zion.
Rastas believe that they, and the rest of the fl race, are descendants of the ancient twelve tribes of Israel, cast into captivity outside Africa as aresult of the slave trade.
www.world-knowledge-encyclopedia.com /?t=Rastafarians   (4959 words)

  
 RASTAFARI MOVEMENT FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The movement emerged in Jamaica among working-class and peasant fl people in the early 1930s, arising from an interpretation of Biblical prophecy, fl social and political aspirations, and the teachings of their prophet, Jamaican fl publicist and organiser Marcus_Garvey, whose political and cultural vision helped inspire a new world view.
Rastafari is a response to racist negation of fl people as it was experienced in Jamaica, where in the 1930s, fl people were at the bottom of the social order, while white people and their Christian religion were at the top.
Beta_Israel fl Jews have lived in Ethiopia for centuries, disconnected from the rest of Judaism; their existence gave some credence and impetus to early Rastafarians, validating their belief that Ethiopia was Zion.
www.bellabuds.com /Rastafari_movement   (5155 words)

  
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Adam, The Leper, and Abraham the Lunatic, are the Directors of the Marriage Proclamation of the Church Militant and White Supremacy.
Black Supremacy is the Queen of Ethiopia's Triumphant Resurrection.
Black Supremacy Perfect Parchment Scroll, Holy Theocracy Most Dread Copy number 5 K.A.Q.O.K.O.K. This Powerful Canon is the Narrative of His and Her Dynasty Queen Lula May Fitz Balintine Pettersburgh, A,.B.C.S.J.W. We are not RELATED to Militant Genesis Pentatouch,, Apocrypha, Romanic or Scientific, Blue-Murder.
www.webzinemaker.com /admi/m3/page.php3?num_web=10819&rubr=2   (8880 words)

  
 ReggaeSeen.com - reggae encyclopedia - Rastafarian music
The movement emerged in Jamaica among working-class and peasant fl people in the early 1930s, arising from an interpretation of Biblical prophecy, fl social and political aspirations, and the teachings of their prophet, Jamaican fl publicist and organiser Marcus Garvey, whose political and cultural vision helped inspire a new world view.
Beta Israel fl Jews have lived in Ethiopia for centuries, disconnected from the rest of Judaism; their existence gave some credence and impetus to early Rastafarians, validating their belief that Ethiopia was Zion.
The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy, written during the 1920s by a preacher called Fitz Balintine Pettersburg, is a surrealistic stream-of-consciousness polemic against the white colonial power structure, a palimpsest of Afrocentric thought, brimming with rage and energy.
www.reggaeseen.com /reggae/Rastafarian_music   (5356 words)

  
 Marcus Garvey and the Early Rastafarians
Abyssinia is the land of the fls and we are glad to learn that even though Europeans have been trying to impress the Abyssinians that they are not belonging to the Negro Race, they have learned the retort that they are, and they are proud to be so.
The Garvey movement, by contrast, was multiclass in its social composition and drew from the fl petite bourgeoisie or the emergent middle class: teachers, journalists, small businesspeople, fl industrial workers in the United States, and sugar plantation and banana workers in Cuba and the Caribbean, most of whom were peasants.
The brown and fl middle class, who benefited considerably from the transition to independence-given the expansion of education and the opening up of the civil service as well as of the executive and legislative areas of government -- tended to turn its back on Garvey or used his ideas as a means of social control.
www.rism.org /isg/dlp/ganja/analyses/Garvey&Rasta.html   (6910 words)

  
 Early Rastafarian Leader
In 1933 Howell established himself in the eastern parish of Saint Thomas, where he proclaimed in public speeches that Ras Tafari was the true king and lord of the fl race.
He negated the authority of Jamaica's colonial government and legal institutions, and told fls not to pay taxes or rent on the land they cultivated.
The book was based on the Ethiopianist doctrines of The Holy Piby (1924; known as the Black Man's Bible) by Robert Athlyi Rogers and The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy (1926) by Fitz Balintine Pettersburgh.
archive.blackvoices.com /research/encarta/tt_962.asp   (764 words)

  
 The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy Index
The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy Index
This is a text from Jamaica, written during the 1920s by a proto-Rastafarian preacher, Fitz Balintine Pettersburg.
The Royal Swaddling of Jesus and John the Baptist
theology101.org /afr/rps   (110 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Piby emphasizes the destruction of white "Babylon" and the return of the Black Israelites to Africa which is the true Zion.
"The Royal Parchment Scroll Of Black Supremacy" by Rev. Fitz Balintine Pettersburgh was first published in Kingston, Jamaica in 1926.
It contains the foundations for Rastafari and used many of the same concepts found in The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy (some have accused him of plagiarizing from this book due to the many similarities) and the Holy Piby.
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 Rastafarianism - Linix Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The movement emerged in Jamaica among working-class and peasant fl people in the early 1930s, arising from an interpretation of Biblical prophecy, fl social and political aspirations, and the teachings of their prophet, Jamaican fl publicist and organiser Marcus Mosiah Garvey, whose political and cultural vision helped inspire a new world view.
Falasha fl Jews have lived in Ethiopia for centuries, disconnected from the rest of Judaism; their existence gave some credence and impetus to early Rastafarians, validating their belief that Ethiopia was Zion.
Many non Rastafari, however, of fl African descent have adopted dreads as an expression of pride in their ethnic identity, or simply as a hairstyle, and take a less purist approach to developing and grooming them.
web.linix.ca /pedia/index.php/Rastafarian   (3498 words)

  
 Rastafari
The first, sometimes known as “the Black Man’s Bible,” The Holy Piby, was introduced by the Afro-Athlican Constructive Gaathly (A.A.C.G.) known also as the “Hamitic Church.” It was followed in 1926 by publication of The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy, by the Rev.
Even as he advised people to “Stand up for your rights,” he saw that the problems confronting Black and brown people were as much in their own minds as in the institutions and power structures that maintained inequality and oppression.
Rastas believe that even though Blacks are no longer held down by the chains of physical slavery, the shackles of illiteracy, poverty, racism and inequality embody the ways in which the oppression is allowed to continue.
members.aol.com /mrjhmartin/rastafari.html   (2684 words)

  
 Peter Thompson
as “the focal point of identity for fls the world over” (2, 32), and constantly employed biblical references to the country in his teachings and sermons.
  The unhappiness of the fl peasantry was manifested in the Morant Bay Rebellion, a response of the former slaves to unfair treatment in the justice system and in the post-slavery economy.
Because Emperor Haile Selassie was said to be directly descended from King Solomon, and Solomon and Christ were both descendants of David, Christ is Black, and “redemption of the African race was therefore at hand” (1, 11).
home.wlu.edu /~lubint/Touchstone/Rastafari-Thompson.htm   (4140 words)

  
 InnerVisions Books Rasta
Originally recorded in Ethiopic languages, these pages were removed by royal decree from the authorized King James version.
Revealing unknown details of Italy's war crimes in Ethiopia and the prophecies that foretold it and the emergence of the true Judah in the Rastafarians of Jamaica.
This is a 1997 reprint of the booklet “Rasta” published under the Black Star Line imprint.
www.inetmgrs.com /onepeoples/innervisions_rastafari.htm   (2669 words)

  
 Rastafarianism
PROFESSOR ROBERT A. A Rastafarian strives to follow the life and teachings of the I- Majesty and His exemplary lifestyle; and thus seeks to obtain the freedom of all Africans and all of Africa from colonial and neo-colonial bondage.
Rastafari was created by Black people for Black people in a Black context, within the confines and parameters of Black Supremacy in the geographical landscape of a former slave Island--Jamaica.
I couldn't imagine those fl ropes in their heads were hair...natural hair to which nothing was added, not even a brushing....I wondered what such hair felt like, smelled like.
www.headstartbooks.com /rasta/rasta.htm   (1471 words)

  
 African Union at a glance - size, flags, populations, currencies
Gong Guru Maragh, a pen name), and the "Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy" by Rev. F.P. Ballantyne, and "The Holy Piby", a colloquial revision of the Bible, have been very influential in shaping doctrinal vision.
InI do not discount however, that there are Black europeans, and if it is their desire to repent and redeem themelves, InI know that Ras Tafari, as usual, is full of mercy and justice towards them.
As Rastas had rejected the artificial straightening of hair, and were already wearing their hair and beards naturally, this was just a natural further expression of Black pride.
oneafricanow.com /files/Irasta.htm   (2454 words)

  
 One Drop Books: Rastafari Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Addresses the role of the Black man in the Bible and the divinity of Jah Rastafari.
Chapters include Significance of the Black Christ, Selassie I as Jesus Returned, the "Eastern" Christ of Rastafari and Roots Christianity.
Concentration of the articles is on the teachings and life of Emperor Haile Selassie Volume seven concentrates on the Revelation of Jah Throne and His Majesty's Life and Works.
www.users.interport.net /b/h/bhutan/newpages/Rasta.html   (1544 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Based on texts from the ancient mystical book, The holy Piby and the royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy, Rastafarianinsm also incorporated the teachings of fl-rights activist, Marcus Garvey.
To Rastas, Ethiopia was the true homeland for all fl people and its emperor, Haile Selassie was God in Human form.
With The Wailers' conversion to the religion, the Rastafarian message became increasingly apparent in their material as the years progressed, as is clearly reflected by their music.
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Along with The Holy Piby, the Royal Parchment Scroll is today recognized as one of the root documents of Rastafarian thought.
It is a rambling, surrealistic stream-of-consciousness polemic against the White colonial power structure, a 'found' palimpsest of Afrocentric thought, brimming with rage and energy.
The Royal Parchment Scroll was used in the 1930s as the basis for The Promised Key by Leonard Percival Howell.
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The patachitra scrolls may portray stories from the great Hindu epics, such as the Ramayana, and Sufi traditions which are also sung frame by frame.
The scrolls by the young painter Montu Chitrakar venture even further into current affairs, history and other subjects outside of the traditional canon.
In 1830, the French invaded and successfully suppressed Algeria, capturing the capital port city of Algeirs and by 1834, Algeria was annexed as a colony of France...
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 The Rastafari Paper Part IV - Graduation Time ~ at runboard.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Ethiopia; as the bible fable goes Solomon a white Jew Israelite meets Sheba a fl Ethiopian woman and they have a son from the union and now the covenant of God is transferred from the Jews to the Ethiopians by Menelik Solomon's son...
It was fl men fighting fl men, and this was made possible in Abyssinia because the regime of Haile Selassie had given a bad taste to the mouth, not only of the fls of Abyssinia but of those of the surrounding territories.
My Black Heart of Love to one and all, Ethiopia World Government of all Royal Black Ethiopian Dignified Sons and Daughters near and far, over land and sea, not what the world giveth out, what I Jes-us giveth, Peace and Love.
com1.runboard.com /bundergroundvoices.fnibiruislamsolomonicdynasty.t31   (7483 words)

  
 Important Books In Rastafarian Theology (Jamaica)
The "Holy Piby" was complied 1913-1917 by its author Robert Athlyi Rogers (Shepherd Robert Athlyi Rogers), who was born in Anguilla.
Here is the main article many Garveyites quote on why Marcus Garvery never endorsed Haile Selassie as the Black Messiah.
Here is the article many Rastafarians Refer to as the Prohecy by Marcus Garvey.
www.jamaicans.com /culture/rasta/important_books.shtml   (682 words)

  
 Black supremacy - Definition, explanation
Society: Issues: Race-Ethnic-Religious Relations: Race and Racism: Supremacy and Separatism: Black (1 match)
- Links to discussions of fl supremacist groups such as the Black Hebrew Israelites, Nation of Islam and Yahweh Ben Yahweh.
- Organization of pro- Black, anti-social, anti-government, pro-nationalist, anti-imperialist Black males opposes the law, the government, homosexuals, various organized religions, white supremacy, discrimination against fls, police brutality, Jews, non-Blacks and fl on fl crime.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/b/bl/black_supremacy.php   (1747 words)

  
 Ethiopia Man Kill Wife -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy: Chapter 7.
He attempted to kill her (the wife) but she managed to escape." The man later committed suicide...
much will the fl man know himself left to be...
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 Rastafari movement - Enpsychlopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Rastafari movement has spread throughout much of the world, largely through immigration and interest generated by reggae music—most notably, that of Bob Marley.
Early Rasta reggae musicians (besides Marley) whose music expresses Rastafari doctrine well are Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer (in Blackheart Man), Prince Far I, Lincoln Thompson, Ijahman Levi (especially the first 4 albums), Misty-in-Roots (Live), The Congos (Heart of the Congos), and The Rastafarians.
Combined with Rastafarianism, both philosophies spread rapidly to various Caribbean nations, including Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, and Grenada.
www.grohol.com /psypsych/Rastafarians   (5346 words)

  
 Sacred Texts: African Religion
This is a classic--and very rare--Afrocentric religious text from the early 20th century which has been acclaimed by many Rastafarians as a forerunner of their beliefs.
The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy By Fitz Balintine Pettersburg [1926?]
A heavily edited version of the previous document, Howell was one of the first preachers who explicitly preached doctrines similar to later Rastafarian beliefs, particularly that Haile Selassie was the Black Messiah.
theology101.org /afr   (697 words)

  
 African Bookstore: Religion
Author: Hans Wilhelm Lockot - A remarkable book that discusses Menelik's heritage, Yassu and Tafari, animals and people, the generation gap and the coup.
Author: Rev.Fitz Balintine Pettersbugh - The Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy.
This book influence the Rastafarian leaders of the 1920's.
www.africanbookstore.net /products.asp?cat=10&pg=4   (197 words)

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