Rastafarian Last Supper Painting by EJ Lefavour – Rastafarian Last Supper Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Rastafarian Last Supper Painting by EJ Lefavour – Rastafarian Last Supper Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale.

“Early Rasta mystical experience emphasized the immediate presence of JAH within the “dread,” God-fearer… Through union with JAH [Yahweh or Jehovah], the dread becomes who he truly is but never was, a process of self-discovery possible only through repentance. For this reason, Rastas did not proselytize, but relied on compunction sent by JAH. The mystical union was expressed by the use of the pronoun “I&I” (which can mean I, we, or even you, with JAH present) or simply “I” in contrast to the undeclined Jamaican dialect “me”.

“A Sketch Of Rastafari History” by Norman Hugh Redington, Editor, The St. Pachomius Orthodox Library

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