"The Nyahbinghi Order is the Divine force of truth and rights,
the rallying call of Theocracy for humanity. I an'I assert
that Iquality and Justice, which are the habitation of the
Throne of the Almighty, stand for all who know that satan
kingdom must fall. And I an'I render the judgmant of death
to downpressors', and everliving life to the righteous.
The NYAHBINGHI mean to bring universal co-operation, co-ordination
and divine elements for all people which are of righteous
good.It means that it is a full universal divine resurrection
for all nations which are of righteous element. And that is
the protest of full Nyahbinghi to I an' I, and I an' I continue
to work it, in the fullness of its activity until peace will
come to all nations upon earth in the power of JAH Ras Tafari
as the co-ordinator of us all.
The true heart Iyahbinghi I put aside all things, whether
funds are sufficient or not, to take up the banner of Ithiopia
and reach Zion Gate. For nothing is more important to I an'I
than when JAH RASTAFARI House of Judgmant Issembly is in motion.
Nyahbinghi congregation usually last from three to seven
days during which time bredrin and dawtas gather to revive
the Faith of Rastafari through communal activities eg. drumming,
chanting of Ises, reasonings, herbs smoking, and dancing also
known as groun'ation. It commemorates I an'I original tradition
of coming together to chant down Babylon, and to give JAH
glory. For one man alone is but a voice in the wilderness,
but the Congregation of JAH is Omnipotent.
The chalice, the Rastafari ganja pipe, passes from bredrin's
hand around the altar table, ritually activating the symbols
of earth, air, water, and fire, the primal forces of creation.
Through the word, sound and power of the Nyahbinghi, the Faithful
are united with the Godhead in mystic telepathy to chant down
Babylon, to scourge the Earth of wickedness and restore the
natural order of Creation to its original state of perfection."
Taken from Jahug Vol. 2. Edition 2. Repatriations
Productions 1992 (p. 5-7)
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