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WONDERFUL ETHIOPIANS OF THE ANCIENT CUSHITE EMPIRE REVISED EDITION By DRUSILLA DUNJEE HOUSTON
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“It had been thought by foreign so-called scholars that Amen was not one of the gods (Neteru) of Egypt (Kemet) until the 11th Dynasty, but when the pyramids of the 5th and 6th Dynasties were... More > opened, Amen was there. The Bible explains in the book of Revelation that Amen is older than any of the Greeks gods, and Amen was the beginning of creation of God.” Revelation 3:14 (King James Version) 14And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; Dr. Faheem Judah-EL Drusilla Dunjee was born on January 20, 1876 in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. Houston burst on the historical literary scene in 1926 with Volume I of her magnum opus Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire Book 1: Nations of the Cushite Empire, Marvelous Facts from Authentic Records www.lulu.com/egipt< Less
WONDERFUL ETHIOPIANS OF THE ANCIENT CUSHITE EMPIRE REVISED EDITION By DRUSILLA DUNJEE HOUSTON
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“It had been thought by foreign so-called scholars that Amen was not one of the gods (Neteru) of Egypt (Kemet) until the 11th Dynasty, but when the pyramids of the 5th and 6th Dynasties were... More > opened, Amen was there. The Bible explains in the book of Revelation that Amen is older than any of the Greeks gods, and Amen was the beginning of creation of God.” Revelation 3:14 (King James Version) 14And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; Dr. Faheem Judah-EL Drusilla Dunjee was born on January 20, 1876 in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. Houston burst on the historical literary scene in 1926 with Volume I of her magnum opus Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire Book 1: Nations of the Cushite Empire, Marvelous Facts from Authentic Records www.lulu.com/egipt< Less
Images of Faith: Contemporary Ethiopic Icons By Kes Haile Maskel Samuels
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A colourful look at the art of Iconography from the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church perspective with references to its spiritual, cultural and national heritage and why we paint and venerate the... More > Icons.< Less
Images of Faith: Contemporary Ethiopic Icons By Kes Haile Maskel Samuels
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A colourful look at the art of Iconography from the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church perspective with references to its spiritual, cultural and national heritage and why we paint and venerate the... More > Icons.< Less
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Hymn Book – Choir Songs Volume No. 1 (Blue Cover) By Amharic Books
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Ancient Ethiopians have worshipped, feared, and praised God in their own way even before the faith of the Black Hebrews & Israelites was introduced, by the will of Yahweh, the True God of Israel.... More > Where there is worship, there is the praise which is often expressed in musical tunes, psalms and hymns of thanks and praises. The art of religious music took shape in Ethiopia with the introduction of the Beta Israel (original Judaic faith of the Afro-Shemites) when Menyelek I came back from Jerusalem with the Ark of the Covenant and with it the Levites who accompanied the Ark of the Covenant. These Levites, whose major function was to preside over religious rites, brought hymn books, and musical instruments with them to Ethiopia. The Levites praised God with instruments before the Ark of the Covenant in the Old Testament times; the faithful Rastafarians of "The Lion of Judah" are the true New Testament "levites," or prophetic priests, likened to the Ethiopian Debteras, yet - after the Order of Melchizedek.< Less
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Hymn Book – Choir Songs Volume No. 1 (Black Cover) By Amharic Books
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Ancient Ethiopians have worshipped, feared, and praised God in their own way even before the faith of the Black Hebrews & Israelites was introduced, by the will of Yahweh, the True God of Israel.... More > Where there is worship, there is the praise which is often expressed in musical tunes, psalms and hymns of thanks and praises. The art of religious music took shape in Ethiopia with the introduction of the Beta Israel (original Judaic faith of the Afro-Shemites) when Menyelek I came back from Jerusalem with the Ark of the Covenant and with it the Levites who accompanied the Ark of the Covenant. These Levites, whose major function was to preside over religious rites, brought hymn books, and musical instruments with them to Ethiopia. The Levites praised God with instruments before the Ark of the Covenant in the Old Testament times; the faithful Rastafarians of "The Lion of Judah" are the true New Testament "levites," or prophetic priests, likened to the Ethiopian Debteras, yet - after the Order of Melchizedek.< Less
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Hymn Book – Choir Songs Volume No. 1 (Blue Cover) By Amharic Books
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Ancient Ethiopians have worshipped, feared, and praised God in their own way even before the faith of the Black Hebrews & Israelites was introduced, by the will of Yahweh, the True God of Israel.... More > Where there is worship, there is the praise which is often expressed in musical tunes, psalms and hymns of thanks and praises. The art of religious music took shape in Ethiopia with the introduction of the Beta Israel (original Judaic faith of the Afro-Shemites) when Menyelek I came back from Jerusalem with the Ark of the Covenant and with it the Levites who accompanied the Ark of the Covenant. These Levites, whose major function was to preside over religious rites, brought hymn books, and musical instruments with them to Ethiopia. The Levites praised God with instruments before the Ark of the Covenant in the Old Testament times; the faithful Rastafarians of "The Lion of Judah" are the true New Testament "levites," or prophetic priests, likened to the Ethiopian Debteras, yet - after the Order of Melchizedek.< Less
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Hymn Book – Choir Songs Volume No. 1 (Black Cover) By Amharic Books
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Ancient Ethiopians have worshipped, feared, and praised God in their own way even before the faith of the Black Hebrews & Israelites was introduced, by the will of Yahweh, the True God of Israel.... More > Where there is worship, there is the praise which is often expressed in musical tunes, psalms and hymns of thanks and praises. The art of religious music took shape in Ethiopia with the introduction of the Beta Israel (original Judaic faith of the Afro-Shemites) when Menyelek I came back from Jerusalem with the Ark of the Covenant and with it the Levites who accompanied the Ark of the Covenant. These Levites, whose major function was to preside over religious rites, brought hymn books, and musical instruments with them to Ethiopia. The Levites praised God with instruments before the Ark of the Covenant in the Old Testament times; the faithful Rastafarians of "The Lion of Judah" are the true New Testament "levites," or prophetic priests, likened to the Ethiopian Debteras, yet - after the Order of Melchizedek.< Less
Selected Speeches of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I By His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I
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The most revealing way to begin to understand who or what Ras Tafari is, is to read and study the Selected Speeches of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie First. These speeches portray the breadth of... More > the Emperor's vision. They detail the persistence, the determination and the unflagging drive with which he pursued the application of “modern Ethiopianism,” His spirit, His child. Sadly, modern and past 20th history and historians have all failed to fully testify to the Truth that His Majesty represented as the ‘Man of the Millennium.’ The Emperor's idealism, coupled with his insistence on transforming his country, both on the domestic and international fronts, his courage in the face of adversity, his unchallenged perspicacity, his keen sense in evaluating world events, his unfailing respect for principles, and his abiding faith in humanity should make this volume a ready-reference on the history of modern Ethiopia. – the Imperial Ethiopian government, 1967.< Less
ETHIOPIC DIDASCALIA, The Apostolic Constitutions & Ethiopic Church Orders; As Translated by J.M. Harden By J.M. Harden
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“ETHIOPIC DIDASCALIA, translated from the Ethiopic [Ge’ez language] by J.M. Harden” called the Apostolic Constitutions, or Church Orders contain the earliest and most faithful... More > summary of the received precepts and traditions since the Apostle Phillip baptized the Ethiopian-Hebrew Eunuch, as recorded in the ACTS OF THE APOSTLES, Chapter Eight, Verses 26 – 39. The True Faith of the Ethiopic Church of Christ, that we know as the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, is based upon the called in the Common Greek (Koine) if the first century, the Didascalia is an invaluable resource for us, the called, faithful and chosen followers of the Father and the Son, being revealed in and through HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY HAILE SELLASSIE FIRST, the King of kings of Ethiopia and Our Lord and Blameless Creator, JESUS CHRIST. His Majesty reminds us all, that: “For my part, I glory in the Bible.”< Less

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