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Heathen Garb and Gear: Ritual Dress, Tools, and Art for the Practice of Germanic Heathenry By Ben Waggoner et al.
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The Vikings, Anglo-Saxons, Germanic tribes, Goths, and other Germanic-speaking tribes are renowned today in myth, legend, and popular culture. But how did they live? What did they wear? How did they... More > worship? What did they eat? And how did their traditional ways of life reflect their spiritual beliefs? Heathen Garb and Gear takes you on a tour of the world that our forebears knew. More importantly, it shows you how their ways of dressing and living—from weaving woolen cloth and cooking food, to making music and taking steam baths—are reflected in the myths and traditions that have come down to us. Anyone who’s ever wanted to wear Viking clothing, or serve authentic Viking feasts, will find plenty of practical tips here. But even if you’re not interested in re-enacting the old ways, you’ll find much vital information and inspiration for the practice of Heathenry as a living religious tradition.< Less
EOTC The Hymn Book & Rastafarian Mezmurat 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 & 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 & 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, & 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
Euhwelu ka Mishiki By Lamar Boschman
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Translation of English: The Rebirth of Music, by L. Boschman, on the restoration of God's intent in music when He created it for His praise and worship. Tracing it's origions in eternity, fall with... More > Lucifer, use in worship in the Old and New Testaments and in heaven and design for true worship today. Lam’akamoto l’ulimu wa Nzambi wa nkimoka wetshelu wele lu menya uhumba wa ntumbulaka Jesu la mishiki, dimi lâki l’ ongenongeno efula uma l’okongo wa mbala buku dia: « Euhuelu ka Mishiki. » Buku diako ndula to l’afundelu ndu tukanyi tendana la mishiki weli Ekelezia l’uhumba. LaMar, ambutenya afundelu amotshi weli uhumba wendana la eotwelo ka Lucifer (Satana) la tundu ka nde mpulo uma l’ulungu ndu la tundu ka nde ntsha aui ande wa lukesu tate uma lam’akandahulo uya la kete. Dimi lambudjanga: « Euhwelu ka Mishiki » le untu tshe layaotshiya l’ulimu wa mishiki kana l’untu lalanga nyumuleka mbeya okende wa mishiki lu nyumu yasu, lu ndjela afundelu."-Phil Driscoll< Less
Euhwelu ka Mishiki By Lamar Boschman
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Translation of English: The Rebirth of Music, by L. Boschman, on the restoration of God's intent in music when He created it for His praise and worship. Tracing it's origions in eternity, fall with... More > Lucifer, use in worship in the Old and New Testaments and in heaven and design for true worship today. Lam’akamoto l’ulimu wa Nzambi wa nkimoka wetshelu wele lu menya uhumba wa ntumbulaka Jesu la mishiki, dimi lâki l’ ongenongeno efula uma l’okongo wa mbala buku dia: « Euhuelu ka Mishiki. » Buku diako ndula to l’afundelu ndu tukanyi tendana la mishiki weli Ekelezia l’uhumba. LaMar, ambutenya afundelu amotshi weli uhumba wendana la eotwelo ka Lucifer (Satana) la tundu ka nde mpulo uma l’ulungu ndu la tundu ka nde ntsha aui ande wa lukesu tate uma lam’akandahulo uya la kete. Dimi lambudjanga: « Euhwelu ka Mishiki » le untu tshe layaotshiya l’ulimu wa mishiki kana l’untu lalanga nyumuleka mbeya okende wa mishiki lu nyumu yasu, lu ndjela afundelu."-Phil Driscoll< 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
EOTC The Hymn Book & Rastafarian Mezmurat By Amharic Books
Paperback: List Price: $20.19 $16.15 | You Save: 20%
Prints in 3-5 business days
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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

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