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  1. Ijahman Levi (born Trevor Sutherland: 21 June in Christiana, Manchester, Jamaica) is a reggae musician. In his early years, Levi was tutored by musician and vocal teacher, Joe Higgs. [1] His first album, Haile I Hymn, was released on Island Records in
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  4. Rastafari are monotheists, worshiping a singular God whom they call creature666.deinfo term "Jah" is a shortened version of "Jehovah", the name of God in English translations of the Old creature666.deinfo 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".
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  8. GOD IN THREE PERSONS, OUR BLESSED TRINITY I-n-I are the Creational Rases, the Ethiopian Gods and Goddesses, the Black house of Israel Children of the Most High God, HOLY EMMANUEL I SELASSIE I JAH RASTAFARI, Father of Creation, Who live in Truth and light, seeing the Living Black God, God and Man.

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