CONCERNING THE NYAHBINGHI DAUGHTERS

CONCERNING THE NYAHBINGHI DAUGHTERS

The Nyahbinghi daughters, like the sons must abide by JAH ivine laws.

As H.I.M. is the Head of the Nyahbinghi Order the Nyahbinghi Queen must recognize her King as her head.

During her monthly issue ( a period of 7 days) the Nyahbinghi Queen does not attend, issemble or congregate among the brethrens.

She must be loyal to her King Head in all things concerning righteousness.

She must abide within her home and not be a “busy-body”.

If there is a misunderstanding between her and her King Man, the matter should be brought before the Priest or the Council of Elders who will deal with the matter privately and constructively.

A Nyahbinghi Queen is not permitted to play the drums at an issemble but is permitted to the use of the SHAKA (Shaker) or TIMBREL.

She is not permitted to administrate around the alter or to prophecy before the congregation.  During reasonings she can make suggestions and participate in Governmental administrations as in the taking of minutes, writing of letters or any other works she is capable of doing, as seen by the brethrens.

She must be attired in modest apparel at al times and must not wear pants or exposive garments.  Her head must be covered during an issemble or when congregating among the brethrens or out side her gates.

 

During issemble the daughters are responsible for the teaching of the children with special emphasis on the Amharic languages, His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I.  Black History and other aspects of Rastafari ivine livety.

When the Nyahbinghi Queen brings forth a Prince, she should stay away from an issemble for a period of 3 months.

If she brings forth a Princess, she should stay away for a period of 4 months.

Eating of abominable flesh must be strictly forbidden by all.

The wearing of jewellery is not forbidden but the piercing of the ears is against the will of JAH.

 The plaiting of locks is forbidden as it is written in the book of I Peter 3 verse 3, whose adorning let it not be that outward adorning of plaiting the hair.