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phoenixtears43

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Re: proof of divinity?
« Reply #15 on: March 02, 2007, 01:48:13 AM »

revelation 5.5
 But one of the elders said to me, "do not weep.  Behold the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of david, has pevailed to open the scroll and to let loose its seven seals"

Haile selassie is from the root of david, the tribe of Judah, seen?


InI looking through revalation, and it made InI think of this thread
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« Reply #16 on: March 02, 2007, 02:05:30 AM »

Bless Up phoenixtears

The I Itinue to Ispire InI...

So does this mean Rasta School 101 START?? 

Nuff Love And Guidance

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« Reply #17 on: March 02, 2007, 02:29:47 AM »

I dont know, InI not sure if I know enough to teach others, but InI will try :D  Ill maybe post about it later tonight or tomorrow.

Jah bless SistahVee
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« Reply #18 on: March 02, 2007, 04:26:28 PM »

Heyla

Well on the 5:5 revelation thang, so the scroll is open and the seals are broken?

If yes howcome nothing happened? As in no white horsed victor, no red horsed peace taker etc etc etc

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« Reply #19 on: March 02, 2007, 07:02:17 PM »

can anyone here provide the descendants of "solomon" to Haile Selassie please?

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« Reply #20 on: March 02, 2007, 08:09:22 PM »

Here is a good link
http://members.aol.com/PraizeJAH/Lineage.htm

A History of the Solomonic Dynasty of Ethiopia
 
"And one of the elders said unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book and loose the seven seals thereof." ~Revelation 5:5
   
"The Imperial dignity shall be perpetually attached to the line of Haile Selassie I, descendant of King Sahle Selassie, whose line descends without interruption from the dynasty of Menelik I, son of the Queen of Sheba, and King Solomon of Jerusalem."
 
Constitution of Ethiopia - Article II
 
 
1270 - 1285  Emperor Yekuno Amlak (first Emperor of Ethiopia to claim direct decent from Menelik I, fruit of the union of King Solomon of Jerusalem and Makeda, Queen of Sheba.)
1299 - 1314  Emperor Wedem Arad (son of Yekuno Amlak)

1314 - 1344  Emperor Amda Tseyon (son of Wedem Arad during whose reign, the "Kebra Negast" is written)

1344 - 1371  Emperor Newaya Krestos (son of Amda Tseyon)

1380 - 1412  Emperor Dawit I (son of Newaya Krestos)

1412 - 1414  Emperor Tewodros I

1414 - 1430  Emperor Yesehaq

1434 - 1468  Emperor Zare'a Ya'eqob (fourth son of Dawit I)

1468 - 1478  Emperor Ba'eda Maryam (son of Zare'a Ya'eqob)

1494 - 1508  Emperor Naod (son of Ba'eda Maryam)

1508 - 1540  Emperor Lebna Dengel (son of Naod)

1540 - 1559  Emperor Galawdewos (son of Lebna Dengel)

1559 - 1563  Emperor Minas (son of Lebna Dengel)

1563 - 1597  Emperor Sartsa Dengel (son of Minas)

1597 - 1603  Emperor Yaeqob (son of Sartsa Dengel)

1603 - 1604  Emperor Za Dengel (nephew of Sartsa Dengel)

1607 - 1632  Emperor Susneyos (great grandson of Lebna Dengel)

1632 - 1667  Emperor Fasilidas I (son of Susneyos)

1667 - 1682  Emperor Yohannes I (son of Fasilidas)

1682 - 1705  Emperor Iyasu I (son of Yohannes I)

1705 - 1721  Emperor Takla Haymanot (son of Iyasu I)

1721 - 1730  Emperor Bakaffa (son of Iyasu I)

1730 - 1755  Emperor Iyasu II (son of Bakaffa)

1755 - 1769  Emperor Iyaos (son of Iyasu II)

1769 - 1855  "Zamana Masafent" a phrase meaning, "age of the princes". During this time, Ethiopia is divided into three independant states: Tegre, Amhara, Shoa, without a central government.

1855 - 1868  Emperor Tewodros II (defeats Empress Manan of Amhara and Daj Webe of Tegre, re-unifies Ethiopia's Kingdom into a single Empire. Shoa, is still ruled by Negus Menelik II, grandson of Sahle Selassie, direct descendant of Menelik I.)

1868 - 1871  Emperor Takla Giyorgis (proclaims himself Emperor upon the death of Tewodros.)

1872 - 1889  Emperor Yohannes IV (defeats Takla Giyorgis)

1889 - 1913  Emperor Menelik II (proclaims himself Negus Negast of Ethiopia and is crowned Emperor upon the death of Yohannes IV)

1913 - 1916  Lij Iyasu (grandson of Menelik II)

1916 - 1930  Empress Zawditu (daughter of Menelik II )

1930 - 1974  Emperor Haile Selassie I (Ras Tafari, great grandson of Negus Sahle Selassie of Shoa, is crowned Negus of Ethiopia in 1928 and upon the death of Empress Zawditu in 1930, is crowned Emperor Haile Selassie I, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Light of the World, Root of David, Elect of God.)


Posted on: March 02, 2007, 07:05:25 pm
The Coronation of Ras Tafari
 
As Sunday, November 2, dawned clear, all in Addis Ababa began to prepare for the impressive event of the morning. The Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah and his Empress have just completed a night of prayer and devotion at the most high alter within. Through the early morning the chanting of praises continued, accompanied by the dancing of the priest with their great pulsating drums, the whole suggestive of the Ancient Jewish rites which were in use at the time when King David danced before the Arc of the Covenant.
Proceeded by waving incense burners, His Imperial Majesty, attired in white silk communion robes, entered the ceremonial hall with an escort of aides and clergy, and took his place upon the Throne. The thrilling but solemn silence gently breaks to the throaty voice of his holiness the Abuna Kyrillos: "Ye princes and ministers, ye nobles and chiefs of the army, ye soldiers and people of Ethiopia, and ye doctors and chiefs of the clergy, ye professors and priest, look ye upon our Emperor Haile Selassie the First, descended from the dynasty of Menelic the First, who was born of Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, a dynasty perpetuated without interruption from the time of King Sehale and our times.

Forty nine bishops and priests of this ancient Christian country, in groups of seven, have held place for seven days and nights in the seven corners of the National Cathedral to chant without ceasing nine Psalms of David. They are now joined by hundreds more. The established Coptic Church is revered and all-powerful in Ethiopia. This is a day when it may and does show its impressive might and splendor.

The Emperor, whose name is Anglicized as Power of the Holy Trinity, before the questioning of the Abuna gives his sacred pledge to uphold the Orthodox religion of the Church, to support and administer the laws of the country for the betterment of the people, to maintain the integrity of Ethiopia, and to found schools for development the Spiritual and Material welfare of her subjects.
 
Chanting and prayers to the God of Gods rise from a multitude of priestly throats and reverberate from the lofty ceiling of the Cathedral. One by one with the solemn rites and blessings of the high Ethiopian clergy, He received the Gold-Embroidered Scarlet Robes, the Jeweled Sword, Imperial Gold Septer, the Orb, the Diamond Encrusted Ring, and two Gold Filigree Lances in token of His position and responsibility. Following ancient customs, as when Samuel anointed David, and Zodak and Nathan anointed Solomon, so the Abuna anointed His Majesty's head with oil. Seven differently scented ointments of ancient prescription are received on the Imperial head, brow, and shoulders. He then concluded with the words,: "That God make this Crown a Crown of Glory. That, by the Grace and the blessing which we have given, you may have an Unshaken Faith and a Pure Heart, in order that you may inherit the Crown Eternal. So be it."

The centuries seemed to have slipped suddenly backwards into Biblical ritual.

The assembly applauded their greeting, and the visiting naval band played the National Anthem, while outside cannons roared a salute of 101 guns, and cheer after cheer came from thousands of subjects massed in the vicinity of the Cathedral.

The final ceremonies is a grand tour of the Cathedral by their Imperial Majesties. There are escorted by the bishops and priest, the princes and high dignitaries, assistants and others, carrying Palm Branches and chanting in Mighty Volume, "Blessed be the King of Israel!"
 
By: Addison E. Southard
National Geographic, June 1931
 

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Re: proof of divinity?
« Reply #21 on: March 03, 2007, 12:19:34 AM »

Give Thanks Ras Chucky, for i was going to post the lineage from another thread.
Nice train of posts, glad I an i on board.
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phoenixtears43

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« Reply #22 on: March 03, 2007, 12:25:21 AM »

Thanks you RAS Chucky!  InI never seen the actual lineage before. Thanks!

Jah bless
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Re: proof of divinity?
« Reply #23 on: March 03, 2007, 01:19:58 AM »

Bless Up phoenixtears, Ras Chucky

NICE DAY AT RASTA SCHOOL..  WHAT's the next ASSIGNMENT.  First one seems to be Sustainable.  Nice Guidance ...Something along these lines InI was thinking about...  THIS IS HOW TO TEACH IT.. 

Nuff Love

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phoenixtears43

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« Reply #24 on: March 03, 2007, 02:05:57 AM »

InI found yet another

Psalm 68:31
Princes shall come out of Egypt; Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto God.


JAH bless
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« Reply #25 on: March 03, 2007, 06:59:14 AM »

Greetings Idrens and Sistrens   

No problem Isis.... I an I can feel the powers in this thread Iyah.....Reasonings bring forth teachings,learnings and mind refreshments... More time I an I need them reminders here to feel JAH love flowing through I an I after I an I finish reading it.... The I them know that extra power of JAH that flows when holding a meddy ..... The lineage was a good refreshment for I man as the I them.

Bless
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 03:50:32 am
Greetings Fiyah

Same suh Iyah!! Thats why I man dont bother to argue with ones who have'nt seen the light and dont want to see the light as a physical answer can never combat a spiritual.... I see it as "If you are not meant to see you just wont see... he who have eyes to see..let them see..he who have ears to hear..let them hear!

Blessed Love
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 05:47:55 am
Greetings

Even though I man already created a thread with the speeches of H.I.M ...I man had to throw in a speech from the KING in here!

Responsibility


It is both the duty and responsibility of the world's fortunate few to help fulfil the legitimate aspirations of the unfortunate many.

As man's faculty attains higher level of development and sophistication, so do his wants in life.

As generations come and go, those assuming responsibility for the period do not cease to try and improve on the past in order to meet newly arising demands. In this respect, it is quite evident that to march with the time members of the coming generation should build on what their forefathers have bequeathed to them.

It is because the present generation is cherishing and keeping intact what it has received from the past that it has succeeded in attaining its present stage of development, by making the necessary changes and improvements called for by conditions now existing. This would require great foresight and the-work accomplished as far as regards to this task of great responsibility is no small matter. It has been fulfilled as a result of God's blessing and His Divine guidance.

It is both the responsibility of the governor as well as elders to create harmony among the people in initiating them to discuss their common problems and work towards the problems and the betterment of their standard of living.

It is the duty of teachers to direct the thought and outlook as well as mould the character of their students. For this reason, the responsibility of teachers in training student-teachers aimed at the future progress and development of our country and the proper upbringing of students, could hardly be underestimated.

In the age in which we are living especially when different philosophies of life are competing against another, the responsibility of teachers has been even more exacting. Those who will be serving the people in future should follow this same path in endeavouring to develop their country and maintain her freedom. This is one of the main responsibilities of teachers.

In this age when man, through his knowledge of science, has created dangerous weapons to destroy himself the responsibility of the great powers for the maintenance of world peace is well known to everyone. We believe that the exchange of visits by statesmen to talk over matters on which their points of view will greatly help remove the misunderstandings and mistrust prevailing among States.


Posted on: March 03, 2007, 05:55:37 am
Greetings


This is why I an I have to teach as many as I an I can

Education


A strong nation and a free nation can only base itself upon education.

In order to make life worthwhile it is also necessary to acquire other things that can only come about after the acquisition of learning. Learning and technical training must be nurtured by faith in God, reverence for the human soul, and respect for the reasoning mind.

There is no safer anchorage for our learning, our lives and our actions than that provided by divine teachings coupled with the best in human understanding. The leaders developed here should be guided by the fundamental values and the moral power which have for centuries constituted the essence of our religious teachings.

These are crucial times when nations rise against nations, tensions increase and disaster is possible at any moment. Distances are shrinking. Peace and life itself are threatened by misunderstanding and conflict. Now is the time when man's relationship to God must be the foundation for all his efforts toward enlightenment, and learning the basis for understanding cooperation and peace.

The existence of a skilled and trained manpower is an absolute necessity for the progress and development of any country. Therefore, it is the sacred duty and responsibility of students and parents to see to it that the mistakes of the past are not repeated and that time which should be devoted to the pursuit of learning is not wasted by students heedlessly, following the instigation of a few misguided troublemakers who have yet to understand the value and the true meaning of education.

The salvation of our country Ethiopia, we have repeatedly stated to you, lies primarily in education. As Ethiopia is one, all Ethiopians are also one and education is the only way to maintain the condition.

In all countries of the modern world, special competence is required to deal with the advancement of agriculture, industry, commerce and the civil service. That competence, can be secured only through the facilities provided in modern universities.

We believe that the universities today stand as the most promising hope for constructive solutions to the problems that beset the modern world, problems which prevent the peaceful cooperation of nations and which threaten the world and humanity with death and disaster.

From universities must come men, ideas, knowledge, experience, technical skills and the deep human understanding vital to fruitful relations among nations. Without these, world order for which we have so long strived, cannot be established.

A well informed public opinion is essential to the growth of political and social awareness. Only he who is informed can comment intelligently on his nation's development and only by such comments can errors be corrected and progress stimulated.

We must draw on what is valuable and meaningful in our history and tradition, merging this with the best in modern learning.

We expect from you, to whom we have given the opportunity of education in your chosen field great and productive service to our country.

If women develop in education, they can overcome the natural weakness and serve their country as men do.

It is our wish to assure the spread of education among all African People as much as among our own subjects.

A father should bequeath not only wealth but also provide proper education. Education has value when it is established in individuals of good character with respect to God. We wish that your destiny shall be embraced in an education firmly based in good character before men and respect before God.

Any who may wish to profit himself alone from the knowledge given him, rather than serve others through the knowledge he has gained from learning, is betraying knowledge and rendering it worthless.

A man's happiness is to make his brother happy, and to serve his country. Thus it is possible to justify for knowledge its high and deserved place. For knowledge is power. If it is not applied to its proper purpose, to create, let there be no doubt, it will destroy.

If we have made so many sacrifices for the education of our youth, it is because we are convinced that only through intellectual progress and education can Ethiopia come into its own and make it's just contribution to the history of the Middle East.

We believe that from truth alone is born liberty and only an educated people can consider itself as really free and master of its fate. It is only with an educated people that representative and democratic organs of government can exercise their influence for national progress.
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Re: proof of divinity?
« Reply #26 on: March 03, 2007, 07:09:43 PM »

pheonix that verse is concerning the Ark coming out of egypt.
God dwelled between the cheribum of the ark.



Ash-Tree
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 06:08:06 pm
Ras chuky,
your missing 2000 years of lineage.


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phoenixtears43

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Re: proof of divinity?
« Reply #27 on: March 03, 2007, 07:21:17 PM »

pheonix that verse is concerning the Ark coming out of egypt.
God dwelled between the cheribum of the ark.



Ash-Tree
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 06:08:06 pm
Ras chuky,
your missing 2000 years of lineage.


Ash-Tree

oh, thank you ASH TREE, i guess i shouldntve read it out of context :D
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RAS_CHUCKY11

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« Reply #28 on: March 03, 2007, 08:05:59 PM »

Greetings Ashtree

Your comment to pheonix isnt actually against his comment but in support..look carefully.I dont even have to adresse it as you already know that whoever have the ARK OF THE COVENANT are who JAH choose to dwell amongst and give power over the rest of the world


Now about the lineage....It shows that  came from the lineage of MENELIK which was a direct descendat from SOLOMON and the queen of SHEBA..but if you want I can give you the list..even though its very long...wait a minute..I should have it some where around
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 06:33:28 pm
Awright..I an I found where I had it saved..here it is



LINEAGE OF ETHIOPIAN KINGS AND QUEENS

For purposes of comparison, it should be remembered that the
present Abyssinian autumn-to-autumn calendar is seven or eight years
behind ours, according to the period of the year. That is, the
Ethiopian date differs by eight years from 1st January to 10th
September. It differs by seven years from 11th September to 31st
December.
Thus the year which the Abyssinians regard as A.D. 1 is for us
September A.D. 8 to September A.D. 9.
This difference is not of course exactly the same all the way back
throughout the List of Kings, as revisions of the calendar took place
at various dates throughout the period. But it is near enough for
general comparison.

TRIBE OF POSTERITY OF ORI OR ARAM

Ruler Length of Reign Dates

1. Ori or Aram, son of Shem. 60 2222-2162

2. Gariak I. Mash, son of 66 2162-2096
Aram, settled Charax
Spasini (see Josephus).
Greek word Charax is
translation of Ethiopian
Gariak. This Gariak I
would appear to be of the
family of Mash. These Arameans
spread into Africa, just
as Cush, north of God's
Land (Palestine) are
reported in Syria and
Mesopotamia.
3. Gannkam 83 2096-2013

4. Borsa (queen) 67 2013-1946

5. Dagmawi Gariak II 60 1946-1886

6. Qadamawi Djan I 80 1886-1806

7. Dagmawi Djan II 60 1806-1746

8. Senefrou=Snefru. Job 20 1746-1726
was son-in-law of Snefru.

9. Zeenabzamin 58 1726-1668
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10. Sahlan 60 1668-1608

11. Elaryan 80 1608-1528

12. Nimroud 60 1528-1468

13. Eylouka (queen) 45 1468-1423

14. Saloug 30 1423-1393

15. Kharid 72 1393-1321

16. Hogeb 100 1321-1221

17. Makaws 70 1221-1151

18. Assa 30 1151-1121

19. Affar 50 1121-1071

20. Milanos 62 1071-1009

21. Soliman Tehagui. Soliman, 73 1009- 936
an elderly man probably
in his 90's, died the
year in which he received
the news of the overthrow
of Zerah and the
Ethiopians and their
allies (937-936).

Twenty-one sovereigns of the Tribe of Ori ruled.
THE LINE OF HAM, CUSH AND SABTAH
Ruler Length of Reign Dates



1. Kam = Ham. Date of 78 2255-2177
Ham is predated to the
autumn preceding
overthrow of Babel. The
Chinese predated to the
winter solstice.

2. Kout = Cush. Son of 50 2177-2127
Ham.

3. Habassi 40 2127-2087

4. Sebtah 30 2087-2057
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5. Elektron 30 2057-2027

6. Neber 30 2027-1997

7. Qadamawi Amen I 21 1997-1976

8. Nehasset Nais (queen) 30 1976-1946

9. Horkam 29 1946-1917

10. Dagmawi Saba II 30 1917-1887

11. Sofard 30 1887-1857

12. Askndou 25 1857-1832

13. Hohey 35 1832-1797

14. Adglag 20 1797-1777

15. Adgala 30 1777-1747

16. Lakniduga 25 1747-1722

17. Manturay 35 1722-1687

18. Rakhu 30 1687-1657

19. Qadamawi Sabe I 30 1657-1627

20. Azagan 30 1627-1597

21. Sousel Atozanis 20 1597-1577

22. Dagmawi Amen II 15 1577-1562

23. Ramenpahte 20 1562-1542

24. Wanuna 3 days 1542

25. Piori II, father of the 15 1542-1527
Ethiopian whom Moses married
when he overthrew Cush in Nubia.
The daughter of Piori betrayed the
city and her father in 1527.


Twenty-five sovereigns of the tribe of Kam ruled in the land of
Cush.

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GDAZYAN DYNASTY OF THE POSTERITY OF THE
KINGDOM OF JOCTAN
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Qadamawi Akbunas Saba I. Saba 55 1978-1923
is the Arabian Abd Shems,
son of Jerah (Yarab),
the son of Joktan.
2. Nakehte Kalnis. Kalnis 40 1923-1883
is Kahlan of Arabian
tradition, the son of
Abd Shems.
3. Kasiyope (queen) 19 1883-1864
4. Qadamawi Sabe I 15 1864-1849
5. Qadamawi Etiyopus I 56 1849-1793
6. Lakndun Nowarari 30 1793-1763
7. Tutimheb 20 1763-I743
8. Qadamawi Herhator I 20 1743-1723
9. Dagmawi Etiyopus II 30 1723-1693
10. Qadamawi Senuka I 17 1693-1676
11. Qadamawi Bonu I 8 1676-1668
12. Mumazes (queen) 4 1668-1664
13. Aruas, daughter of 7 months 1664
Mumazes.
14. Qadamawi Amen Asro I 30 1664-1634
15. Dagmawi Ori (or Aram) II 30 1634-1604
16. Qadamawi Piori I 15 1604-1589
17. Qadamawi Amen Emhat I 40 1589-1549
18. Tsawi 15 1549-1534
19. Aktissanis 10 1534-1524
20. Mandes 17 1524-150
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. Protawos 33 1507-1474
22. Amoy 21 1474-1453
23. Konsi Hendawi 5 1453-1448
24. Dagmawi Bonu II 2 1448-1446
25. Salsawi Sebi III (Kefe) 15 1446-1431
26. Djagons 20 1431-1411
27. Dagmawi Dagmawi Senuka II 10 1411-1401
28. Qadamawi Angabo I (Zaka Laarwe) 50 1401-1351
29. Miamur 2 days 1351
30. Helena (queen) 11 1351-1340
31. Qadamawi Zagdur I 40 1340-1300
32. Dagmawi Her Hator II 30 1300-1270
33. Her Hator (Za Sagado) III 1 1270-1269
34. Akate (Za Sagado) IV 20 1269-1249
35. Titon Satiyo 10 1249-1239
36. Qadamawi Hermantu I 5 months 1239
37. Dagmawi Amen Emhat II 5 1239-1234
38. Qadamawi Konsab I 5 1234-1229
39. Dagmawi Sannib II 5 1229-1224
40. Sanuka III 5 1224-1219
41. Dagmawi Angabo II 40 1219-1179
42. Amen Astate 30 1179-1149
43. Herhor 16 1149-1133
44. Qadamawi Wiyankihi I 9 1133-1124
45. Qadamawi Pinotsem I 17 1124-1107
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46. Dagmawi Pinotsem II 41 1107-1066
47. Massaherta 16 1066-1050
48. Ramenkoperm 14 1050-1036
49. Salsawi Pinotsem III 7 1036-1029
50. Sabi IV 10 1029-1019
51. Tawasaya Dews 13 1019-1006
52. Makeda 31 1006- 975
The year 975 is the year of death of Hatshepsowe, who is Makeda.
Her daughter married Solomon, Their son, Menelik, was adopted by Makeda
as her heir since she had no son of her own. Menelik thus was of the
line of Sheba, of Joktan and Peleg -- which explains the racial
intermixture of the Ethiopian royalty.
Fifty-two sovereigns reigned over Ethiopia before the advent of
Mehelik I.
DYNASTY OF MENELIK I
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Qadamawi Menelik I 25 975-950
2. Hanyon 1 950-949
3. Qadamawi Sera I (Tomai). This 26 949-923
is Zerah the Ethiopian --
here expressly
recorded by name in the
history of Abyssinia.


4. Amen Hotep Zagdur 31 923-892
5. Aksumay Ramissu 20 892-872
6. Dagmawi Awseyo Sera II 38 872-834
7. Dagmawi Tawasya II 21 834-813
8. Dagmawi Abralyus Wiyankihi II 32 813-781
9. Aksumay Warada Tsahay 23 781-758
10. Kashta Hanyon 13 758-745
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 06:50:46 pm
I an I wanted to highlight the queen MAKEDA part but couldnt..its in thr above post
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1. Dagmawi Sabaka II 12 745-733
12. Nicauta Kandake (queen) 10 733-723
13. Tsawi Terhak Warada 49 723-674
Nsgash
14. Erda Amen Awseya, or 6 674-668
Urdemane of Assyrian
records of Assurbanipal
15. Gasiyo Eskikatir -- 668
16. Nuatmeawn (Tanautamun) 4 668-664
17. Salsawi Tomadyon Piyankihi III 12 664-652
18. Amen Asero 16 652-636
19. Piyankihi IV, or Awtet 34 636-602
20. Zaware Nebret Aspurta 41 602-561
21. Dagmawi Saifay Harsiataw II 12 561-549
22. Ramhay Nastossanan 4 549-535
23. Handu Wuha Abra 11 535-524
24. Safelya Sabakon 31 524-493
25. Agalbus Sepekos 22 493-471
26. Psmenit Waradanegash 21 471-450
27. Awseya Tarakos 12 450-438
28. Kanaz Psmis, son of 13 438-425
Awseya Tarakos
29. Apras 10 425-415
30. Kashta Walda Ahuhu 20 415-395
31. Elalion Taake 10 395-385
32. Salsawi Atserk Amen III 10 385-375
33. Atserk Amen IV 10 375-365
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4. Hadina (queen) 10 365-355
35. Atserk Amen V 10 355-345
36. Atserk Amen VI 10 345-335
37. Nikawla Kandake (queen) 10 335-325
38. Bassyo 7 325-318
39. Salsawi Akawsis Kandake III 10 318-308
(queen)
40. Dagmawi Arkamen II 10 308-298
41. Awtet Arawura 10 298-288
42. Dagmawi Kolas II (Kaletro) 10 288-278
43. Zawre Nebrat 16 278-262
44. Stiyo 14 262-248
45. Safay 13 248-235
46. Nikosis Kandake IV (queen) 10 235-225
47. Ramhay Arkamen IV 10 225-215
48. Feliya Hernekhit 15 215-200
49. Hende Awkerara 20 200-180
50. Agabu Baseheran 10 180-170
51. Sulay Kawswmenun 20 170-150
52. Messelme Kerarmer 8 150-142
53. Nagey Bsente 10 142-132
54. Etbenukewer 10 132-122
55. Safeliya Abramen 20 122-102
56. Sanay 10 102- 92
57. Awsena (queen) 11 92- 81
58. Dagmawi Dawit II 10 81- 71
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59. Aglbul 8 71- 63
60. Bawawl 10 63- 53
61. Barawas 10 53- 43
62. Dinedad 10 43- 33
63. Amoy Mahasse 5 33- 28
64. Nicotnis Kandake V 10 28- 18
65. Nalke 5 18- 13
66. Luzay 12 13- 1
67. Bazen 17 B.C. 1- 17 A.D.
Before Christ 119 sovereigns reigned.
THOSE WHO REIGNED AFTER THE BIRTH OF CHRIST
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Sartu Tsenfa Assegd 21 17- 38
2. Akaptah Tsenfa Ared 8 38- 46
3. Horemtaku 2 46- 48
4. Garsemot Kandake VI. Jen 10 48- 58
Daraba, favourite of Queen
Garsemot Kandake, crowned by
Gabre Hawariat Kandake, had
made a pilgrimage to
Jerusalem according to the law
of Orit (the ancient law), and
on his return Philip the Apostle
taught him the gospel, and after
he had made him believe the
truth he sent him back.
5. Hatoza Bahr Asaged 28 58- 86
6. Mesenh Germasir 7 86- 93
7. Metwa Germa Asfar 9 93-102
8. Dagmawi Adgale II 10 102-112
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. Agba 1 112-113
10. Serada 16 113-129
11. Malis Alameda 4 129-133
12. Hakabe Nasohi Tsiyon 6 133-139
13. Hakli Sergway 12 139-151
14. Dedme Zaray 10 151-161
15. Awtet 2 161-163
16. Alaly Bagamay 7 163-170
17. Awadu Jan Asagad 30 170-200
18. Zagun Tsion Hegez 5 200-205
19. Rema Tsion Geza 3 205-208
20. Azegan Malbagad 7 208-215
21. Gafale Seb Asagad 1 215-216
22. Tsegay Beze Wark 4 216-220
23. Gaza Agdur 9 220-229
24. Agduba Asgwegwe 8 229-237
25. Dawiza 1 237-238
26. Wakana (queen) 2 days 238
27. Hadawz 4 months 238
28. Ailassan Sagal 3 238-241
29. Asfehi Asfeha 14 241-255
30. Atsgaba Seifa Arad 6 255-261
31. Ayba 17 261-278
32. Tsaham Laknduga 9 278-287
33. Tsegab 10 287-297
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4. Tazer 10 297-307
35. Ahywa Sofya (queen) 7 307-314
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF THE CHRIST SOVEREIGNS
1. Ahywa. Her regnal name
was Sofya, and she was
the mother of Abreha Atsbeha.
2. Abreha Atsbeha, reigned 26 314-340
partly with his mother.
3. Atsbeha, alone. 12 340-352
4. Asfeh Dalz 7 352-359
5. Sahle 14 359-373
6. Arfed Gebra Maskal 4 373-377
7. Qadamawi Adhana I (queen) 5 377-382
8. Riti 1 382-383
9. Dagmawi Asfeh II 1 383-384
10. Dagmawi Atsbeha II 5 384-389
11. Amey 15 389-404
12. Dagmawi Abreha II 7 months 404
13. Ilassahl 2 months 404
14. Qadamawi Elagabaz I 2 404-406
15. Suhal 4 406-410
16. Salsawi Abreha III 10 410-420
17. Dagmawi Adhana II (queen) 6 420-426
18. Yoab 10 426-436
19. Qadamawi Tsaham I 2 436-438
20. Dagmawi Amey II 1 438-439
21. Sahle Ahzob 2 439-441
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22. Tsebah Mahana Kristos 3 441-444
23. Dagmawi Tsaham II 2 444-446
24. Dagmawi Elagabaz II 6 446-452
25. Agabi 1 452-453
26. Lewi 2 453-455
27. Ameda III 3 455-458
28. Armah Dawit 14 458-472
29. Amsi 5 472-477
30. Salayba 9 477-486
31. Alameda 8 486-494
32. Pazena Ezana 7 494-501
Of the posterity of Sofya and Abreha Atsbeha until the reign of
Pazena Ezana thirty-one sovereigns reigned over Ethiopia.
DYNASTY OF ASHE (EMPEROR) KALEB UNTIL GEDAJAN
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Kaleb 30 501-531
2. Za Israel 1 month 531
3. Gabra Maskal 14 531-545
4. Kostantinos 28 545-573
5. Wasan Sagad 15 573-588
6. Fere Sanay 23 588-611
7. Advenz 20 611-631
8. Akala Wedem 8 631-639
9. Germa Asafar 15 639-654
10. Zergaz 10 654-664
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1. Dagena Mikael 26 664-690
12. Bahr Ekla 19 690-709
13. Gum 24 709-733
14. Asguagum 5 733-738
15. Latem 16 738-754
16. Talatam 21 754-775
17. Gadagosh 13 775-788
18. Aizar Eskakatir 1/2 day 788
19. Dedem 5 788-793
20, Wededem 10 793-803
21. Wudme Asfare 30 803-833
22. Armah 5 833-838
23. Degennajan 19 838-857
24. Gedajan 1 857-858
25. Gudit 40 858-898
26. Anbase Wedem 20 898-918
27. Del Naad 10 918-928
Twenty-seven sovereigns of the posterity of Kaleb
SOVEREIGNS ISSUED FROM ZAGWE
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Mara Takla Haymanot, his 13 928- 941
regnal name was Zagwe.
2. Tatawdem 40 941- 981
3. Jan Seyum 40 981-1021
4. Germa Seyum 40 1021-1061
5. Yermrhana Kristos 40 1061-1101
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6. Kedus Arbe (Samt) 40 1101-1141
7. Lalibala 40 1141-1181
8. Nacuto Laab 40 1181-1221
9. Yatbarak 17 1221-1238
10. Mayari 15 1238-1253
11. Harbay 8 1253-1261
Of the posterity of Mara Takla Haymanot (whose regnal name was
Zagwe) until the reign of Harbay eleven sovereigns reigned over
Ethiopia.
A JEW(SOLOMONIC) DYNASTY, WHICH WAS NOT RAISED
TO THE THRONE, DURING THE PERIOD
OF THE PRECEDING DYNASTY
1. Mahbara Wedem
2. Agbea Tsyon
3. Tsinfa Arad
4. Nagash Zare
5. Asfeh
6. Yakob
7. Bahr Asagad
8. Edem Asagad
SOVEREIGNS FROM EMPEROR YEKUNO AMLAK,
DESCENDED FROM THE ANCIENT
REIGNING DYNASTIES
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Yekuno Amlak 15 1261-1276
2. Yasbeo Tseyon 9 1276-1285
3. Tsenfa Arad 1 1285-1286
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Hesba Asagad 1 1286-1287
5. Kedme Asagad 1 1287-1288
6. Jan Asagad 1 1288-1289
7. Sabea Asagad 1 1289-1290
8. Wedma Ared 15 1290-1305
9. Amda Tseyon 30 1305-1335
10. Saifa Ared 28 1335-1363
11. Wedma Asfare 10 1363-1373
12. Dawit 30 1373-1403
13. Tewodoros 4 1403-1407
14. Yeshak 15 1407-1422
15. Andreyas 6 months 1422
16. Hesba Nan 4 1422-1426
17. Bedl Nan (6 months with 1 1426-1427
Andreyas & 6 months)
18. Amde Tseyon 7 1427-1434
19. Zara Yakob 34 1434-1468
20. Boeda Maryam 10 1468-1478
21. Iskender 16 1478-1494
22. Amda Tseyon 1 1494-1495
23. Naod 13 1495-1508
Of the posterity of Yekuno Amlak up to the reign of Naod 23
sovereigns ruled over Ethiopia.
ELEVATION TO THE THRONE OF ASHE (EMPEROR) LEBNA DENGEL,
AND THE INVASION OF ETHIOPIA BY GRAN
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
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. Lebna Dengel 32 1508-1540
2. Galawdewos 19 1540-1559
3. Minas 4 1559-1563
Fifteen years after Ashe (Emperor) Lebna Dengel came to the throne
Gran devastated Ethiopia for fifteen years.
THE HOUSE OF GONDAR
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Sartsa Dengel 34 1563-1597
2. Yakob 9 1597-1606
3. Za Dengel 1 1606-1607
4. Susneyos 28 1607-1635
5. Fasil 35 1635-1670
6. Degu-Yohannes 15 1670-1685
7. Adyam Sagad Iyasu 25 1685-1710
8. Takla Haymanot 2 1710-1712
9. Tewoflus 3 1712-1715
10. Yostos 4 1715-1719
11. Dawit 5 1719-1724
12. Bakaffa 9 1724-1733
13. Birhan Sagad Iyasu 24 1733-1757
14. Iyoas 15 1757-1772
15. Yohannes 5 mos. & 5 dys. 1772
16. Takla Haymanot 8 1772-1780
17. Solomon 2 1780-1782
18. Takla Giyorgis 5 1782-1787
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Of the posterity of Sartsa Dengel up to the reign of King Takla Giyorgis eighteen sovereigns
reigned over Ethiopia.
SOVEREIGNS OF ABYSSINIA SUBSEQUENT TO THE FOREGOING LIST
From about 1730 up to the advent of Theodore in 1855 these kings
exercised no real power. They were murdered, deposed, restored and
driven out again, or treated as nonentities by anyone of the great
Rases or semi-independent kings who were strong enough to maintain
themselves against their rivals, such as, for example, Ras Mikael Suhul
of Tigre (1730-1780), Ras Guksa of Amhara a Galla (1790-1819), and the
son (Ras Marye) and grandson (Ras Ali) of the latter.
In 1813, indeed, no less than six nominal "Kings of Kings of
Ethiopia" were all alive, having been successively turned out of office
by others.
The names of all these kings (who were actually raised to the
throne) are, however, given below in order to maintain continuity,
together with the dates (according to our calendar) of their chequered
reigns.
Ruler Length of Reign Dates
1. Yasus 1 1787-1788
2. Takla Haymanot 1 1788-1789
3. Iskias 6 1789-1795
4. Baeda Maryam 2 1795-1797
5. Junus -- 1797
6. Adimo 2 1797-1799
7. Egwala Sion 19 1799-1818
8. Joas 3 1818-1821
9 Gigar 5 1821-1826
10. Salsawi Baeda Maryam III -- 1826
11. Gigar (again) 4 1826-1830
12. Iyasu IV 2 1830-1832
13. Gabra Kristos -- 1832
14. Sahala Dengel 8 1832-1840
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15. Salsawi Yohannes III 1 1840-1841
16. Sahala Dengel (again) 14 1841-1855
At this time the empire was re-established by Theodore.
17. Tewodoros 13 1855-1868
18. Yohannes IV 21 1868-1889
19. Dagmawi Menelik II 24 1889-1913
20. Lij Yasu 3 1913-1916
21. Zauditu, empress, and 14 1916-1930
Tafari Makonnen, regent and heir.
22. Qadamawi Haile Selassie I, -- 1930-[/u]
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Re: proof of divinity?
« Reply #29 on: March 03, 2007, 11:47:55 PM »

 Blessings Fiyah

Blessup on this sabbath Iyah!...AshTree owe I man some water for doing so much digging up ;D ... I though it would take I longer to find where I had it but JAH showed I where it was right away

Bless
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 07:43:19 pm
Greetings

I an I dont like this new setup of when I post back to back and they are connected..It makes it dificult to edit....

There's a question that always pop up from discussions like this from non rasses ..If that should come up I man will answer that question with a question for that person to answer it for themselves

Bless
Posted on: March 03, 2007, 07:50:37 pm
Nice to add to this thread

http://forums.rasta-man.co.uk/smf/index.php?topic=2411.0

and

http://forums.rasta-man.co.uk/smf/index.php?topic=2409.0



Posted on: March 03, 2007, 08:16:23 pm
Rev 3 vs 12

 Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name.

Posted on: March 03, 2007, 10:18:08 pm

Note that the KEBRA NEGAST was written between 1314-1344 ...while The King James Bible, published in 1611 ... "A man without knowledge of his pass history is like a tree without roots" ..this is why each need to know the KEBRA NEGAST as most already know the King james version
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