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Amedeo Conta;2nd generation Rasta born in babylon.

by Amedeo Conta (Skagit county, wa, USA) I&I fathers name was Richard Conta. Born in a small babylonian town,usa in 1946. He was drafted into the army and was imprisoned for two years because he wouldn’t commit murder for babylon in the vietnam war. After this he found bob marley in the early 1970s and […]

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Rasta Bless’ Story

by Rasta Bless (Uganda) High meditation is all in need I enjoy rastafarians when I joined High school in 2006 when I started smoking Wid time cooled and studied till now at University Am cool and ever smilling I like it where there peace Am always guilty when I exchange hard wordz with someone I […]

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Rasta Man

by Eric (Clarkton,Misspuri- USA)   i had just got done with my true identity Well i grew up with a jamaican step dad (GREAT MAN BY THE WAY) so i herd a lot about bein a rasta I quit eating pork when I grew my locks ths first timesrill don’t have any desire to eat ,pork […]

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The RASTAFARI dream

by Zee (Nj United States ) I had a dream that I had dreadlocks in a tam/ turban an I had two children an I was happy an I had this dream two to three times an I heard god say this is ur place The dreadlocks I had that dream for a very long […]

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rasta lordgard faadhil

by lordgard faadhil (tanzania kilimanjaro) I greet you in the name of Jah…….. I like to inform u about my page of RASTAFARIAN which is in Facebook is talking about a life style,peace,love and other things which happen in life n destroy our peace….we discuss about keeping our peace and love…….. I welcome you you can […]

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Rasta John’s Story

by John (Doha,Qatar)Well I have never had any Rasta friends but I sure do have friends from Africa? I am Indian and I was told by many that I can’t be a Rasta as I am Indian.I asked them why?They said cause I am not African.I got so mad at them but did not say […]

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Rasta Austin’s Story

by Austin (United states) I became a Rastafarian because I truly believe that Haile selassie was not only devine but was the incarnation of jah. Being a rasta to me means that I believe in selassie being Devine and Jah being not only in me but in I and I. …and last but not least […]

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Rasta BlackFire

by Patrick Steve Beadle aka BlackFire Music (P.O. Box 3615 Berkeley, Californian 94703) BlackFire Rasta Roaring I am BlackFire. I like how Bob Marley say, “Mon nah become Rasta Mon born Rasta!” Then again he sing “Haile Sellassie is the chapel he’s the only King of Kings…” Then Peter Tosh The Bush Doctor say “Jah […]

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Why I Became Rasta

by Shea (Florida) I love my hair even tho a lot of people dont I’m 20 years old puerto rican female….and my mom introduced me to reggae music the day I was born, I love it for as long as I can remember. As I got older, I became more curious about what I’m listening […]

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Alex Rasta Story ( With dreadlock I can’t find any job )

by Alex Torres (PR)I followed the Rastafarian religion for 5 years and so I have not cut my hair, but I live here in Puerto Rico. It is very difficult to get a job with long hair …with dreadlocks Rasta still calling me and knowing that I firmly believe in that belief even though here […]

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