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Updated June 25, 2019 Rastafari is an Abrahamic new religious movement that accepts Haile Selassie I, the Ethiopian emperor from 1930 to 1974 as God incarnate and the Messiah who will deliver believers to the Promised Land, identified by Rastas as Ethiopia. It has its roots in Black-empowerment and back-to-Africa movements.What is the best book on Rastafarianism in England?
Cashmore, E. Ellis (1983). Rastaman: The Rastafarian Movement in England (second ed.). London: Counterpoint. ISBN 978-0-04-301164-5. Cashmore, E. Ellis (1984). "The Decline of the Rastas?". Religion Today. 1 (1): 3–4. doi: 10.1080/13537908408580533. Cashmore, E. Ellis (1989). "The Dawkins Case: Official Ethnic Status for Rastas".What is Jah in Rastafari?
The term "Jah" is a shortened version of "Jehovah", the name of God in English translations of the Old Testament. As well as regarding Jah as a deity, Rastas also believe that Jah is inherent within each human individual. This belief is reflected in the aphorism, often cited by Rastas, that "God is man and man is God".How do you become a Rastafarian?
There is no formal ritual carried out to mark an individual's entry into the Rastafari movement, although once they do join an individual often changes their name, with many including the prefix "Ras".