By Sister Farika Birhan – Queen Omega Communication
… A perfect woman, who will find her? It rises when it is still night. It is worth much more than the pearls. Distribute the food to your home. She entrusts her husband’s heart and the tasks to her maidens. And it does not stop gaining. He desires a field and buys it, searches for good and never evil with the fruits of his hands plants a vineyard. All the days of your life. It surrounds its loins of strength, seeks wool and linen, and employs the strength of its arms. And work with your hand requests. He finds that his industry thrives, It is like a merchant ship his lamp does not go out at night … that from far away brings his supplies.
Who is the Rastafari woman? What do you know about her? How is she? Where is it? why very little is known about Rastafarian Woman? Is it because the Rastafari Woman is nothing more than the second mother version of the Rastafari Man King? There are many questions people ask about Rastafarian women. So let’s do a little study about what Rastafarian Women mean. I am relying on what the Elders told me, what I found in the most experienced, what I saw as inspiration, and what I observed as Rastafari journalist, documenting the state of the Movement from principles to the present times. Rastafari knows Babylon as the reign of queens, queens prostitutes manipulated by homosexual men. This being the case, Babylon has the greatest interest in not having a queen with integrity (As is the reign of the Rastafarian Woman.)
So they have put these queens prostitutes to rule in the world taking innocent people to the baseness. The center of this pollution is the film industry and television. So it should come as no surprise that the Rastafari Woman, like Queen Omega, the virtuous Queen Mother of Iration (meaning Creation, also in Celebration case, comes from the word Ire used by InI), is a threat to Babylon. Each Rastafari is the son of King Alpha, Father of Iration, and commands with his Queen Omega, the mother, as every daughter is the continuation of the Mother. Thus, the greatest title for Rastafarian Woman is Queen Omega. is the film industry and television. So it should come as no surprise that the Rastafari Woman, like Queen Omega, the virtuous Queen Mother of Iration (meaning Creation, also in Celebration case, comes from the word Ire used by InI), is a threat to Babylon. Each Rastafari is the son of King Alpha, Father of Iration, and commands with his Queen Omega, the mother, as every daughter is the continuation of the Mother. Thus, the greatest title for Rastafarian Woman is Queen Omega. is the film industry and television. So it should come as no surprise that the Rastafari Woman, like Queen Omega, the virtuous Queen Mother of Iration (meaning Creation, also in Celebration case, comes from the word Ire used by InI), is a threat to Babylon. Each Rastafari is the son of King Alpha, Father of Iration, and commands with his Queen Omega, the mother, as every daughter is the continuation of the Mother. Thus, the greatest title for Rastafarian Woman is Queen Omega.
Babylon used different traps to keep the Queen Omega from the rest of the world hidden. The most crucial trap was to prevent Rastafarian Woman from rising to her spiritual heights like the Omega Queen, African Queen, Mother Earth, Mother Nature! This trap was manifested keeping always the women who took the path of Rastafari Life in the early days of the movement, stealing from their homes. This was in the times when Babylon imprisoned many Rastafari brothers, leaving the sisters unprotected. She also began a whisper as a campaign for the Rastafarian Woman to be despised by her family and society, and denying that Rastafari had her land.
Thus the despotic rulers made the Rastafari Movement nomadic, in order to divert the Woman from entering the movement and stabilizing it. The non-stabilizing impulse at Babylon promoted the Rastafari without a family, which is attached to it as the essence of Rastaman – the mystic Priest / Prophet walking the streets toasting judgment and fire on the people of the earth. Queen Mother of Rastafari symbolized by the Moon grew in the tumult of attention directed to the Lion.
Empress Menen, wife of Haile Selassie I, Queen Omega within this dispensation. Makeda, Queen of Sheba (Saba, who established the Solomonic lineage through her son Menelik, the fruit of her union with Solomon) was Queen Omega within her dispensation as was Mary, the Mother of Christ. The name of Empress Menen is taken as a sign that she toast the end to men (the bad and the bad men).
The role of Queen Omega, Rastafarian Woman, was underlined by Leonard P. Howell in his book The Promise Key. Howell says, “Omega Queen, the Ethiopian Woman, is the crowned woman of this world. the laws of the poles of the Supreme Authority She is the Lady Canon of Creation King Alpha and Queen Omega are the payers of the world Queen Omega has been the consolation, Lady of many worlds, she carries the electricity of the house right now.
He also mentions that when the Duke of Gloucester delivered from his hands to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords Emperor Haile Selassie I a Holy Scripture of solid gold that had been stolen from Ethiopia by England thousands of years ago; he also handed over to Queen Omega, Empress of Empress of Ethiopia, a sacred script of gold and ivory, which had the shape of a bouquet of lilies. He also mentions when King Alpha asked Queen Omega to reach him the Militant Balance Sheet and the List of Names.
The lack of focus on Queen Omega stems mainly from the fact that her portrayal, Empress Menen, disappeared from life on earth early in the early days of the Movement. There has never been a clear Iniversal Iclaración regarding the disappearance of the Empress as never before since The Emperor withdrew His presence from the eyes of sinful men. The effect of Empress Menen on the Rastafari during her earthly reign was profound. Rastafari appointed the woman in the Congregation as Queen. The Rastafarian Woman had a female model to model herself to after and follow Empress Menen’s move with next scrutiny. The Rastafari saw Empress Menen in every Rastafarian Woman, and respect was greater.
One should realize that on the same day that Haile Selassie I was crowned Emperor of Itiopia, Empress Menen Her Queen was crowned Empress of Itiopia in a ceremony after his coronation, and also received commemoration of the 72 nations of the world. And as His Coronation symbolized the Black Man entering his Reign, His Coronation symbolized the Black Woman entering his Reign. The psychological effect on the Black Woman of having an African Woman reigning as Empress in true splendor was immense; so paying you commemoration has never been strenuous for writers in the Rastafari culture. It should never be forgotten by some of us who study about Women in Rastafarian culture.
A federal court ruling will allow Deon Glenn, an inmate at Trumbull Correctional Institution, to continue wearing dreadlocks as required by his religion.
As a practicing Rastafarian, Deon Glenn is required to let his hair grow and lock naturally, creating dreadlocks. Ohio prison policy prohibits that hairstyle, and any religious exemptions for dreadlocks.
Glenn sued under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, and this week, he won his case.
Avidan Cover is Glenn’s lead attorney. He calls the ruling a statement that shows all religions should be taken seriously and respected.
“There are a host of accommodations set forward in Ohio policies for a number of religions,” said Cover. “It’s a lot less clear for a faith such as Rastafarianism. It’s not as well known, most adherents are a minority race.”
Cover says that while the ruling only applies to Glenn’s religious freedom, it might be helpful to other inmates in similar situations.
“I think the court opinion gives a good road map for state officials to change their policy without by the way compromising prison security,” said Cover.
The Ohio Department of Correction had argued that dreadlocks cannot be thoroughly searched without posing a risk to prison staff. In her written opinion, the judge noted the vast majority of other state prisons “manage the risk associated with dreadlocks short of a complete ban”.
Cover is representing a Youngstown inmate in a similar case still in court.
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction declined to comment.