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iyah360
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« on: July 28, 2004, 09:45:30 AM »

Events do not happen in a vaccuum - they are outcomes of history - and some of the present wars on the world are direct ancestors of ancient battles for control. We can see the ancient battle of Roman control over Ethiopia in the following:

"Strabo wrote that Ethiopia was so peaceful that the Romans only needed three cohorts there. However, when the Roman army in Egypt was busy with a war in Arabia, the Ethiopians (Kushites) took over Syene, Elephantine, and Philae, pulling down statues of Augustus Caesar. In retaliation for this raid near the Nile's first cataract, a Roman army led by Petronius plundered the Kushite city of Napata in 23 BC, sending a thousand prisoners to Caesar. In the next generation Kushite king Netekamani and his queen Amanitare built temples at Naga, and King Sherkarer, probably their son, commemorated a military victory with an inscription. Ethiopian civilization founded a new dynasty of kings at Axum soon after 50 CE." - from http://www.san.beck.org/AB1-AfricaAmerica.html

It is in this context that we can see Mussolini's idea to "finish the job" of his predecessor Julius Caeser when he made it a goal to attempt to conquer the land known as Ethiopia. Historically we can also see why they took the obelisk of Axum and placed it in front of the Vatican.

Aluta Continua.


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iyah360
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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2004, 09:52:35 AM »

Lion Wears The Crown

Woo Rastafari rule and reign
Rastafari guide and protect I again
Hold fast
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown

Pythagoras Anaxagoras Rasputin Erasmus
Napoleon Leopold of Belgium
Julius Octavian and Augustus
In the August and in the July try
Still you are not of the Lion Tribe
Still you are not of the Lion Tribe

Bring my daughters, bring my sons
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come

Napoleon the Naples Lion obsessed
with being god and man
Alexander and Aristotle his tutor
Egyptian culture conquered the conqueror

Bring my daughters, bring my sons
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come

Every time they hear the word campaign
They see Hannibal crossing the Alps again
In Washington DC New York and in
Germany and in London
Did you see the obelisk of Axum in
front of the Vatican Oh God

Giordano Bruno Joan of Arc
Da Vinci Leonardo and Michael Angelo
The black Medici of Italy knows
An influx of innovation from
the African coasts

Bring my daughters, bring my sons
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come

Emperor of Ithiopia sent 40,000 Soul Jah
To squash the revolt ina Mecca
There is a rock sculpture of Ishmael near Medina
I see an African soldier

Bring my daughters, bring my sons
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come

Three dimension cubism them a say
Pablo Picasso oh god
African masks and the whole world know
The bronzes of Benin in Nigeria show
The pen the penitentiary the pentagon
and the penal code
As I dodge the ram the goat will know I know
Five points of weak electromagnetic
force Ia man know

Bring my daughters, bring my sons
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come

Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown

Napoleon the Naples Lion obsessed
with being God and man
Obsessed with being God and man

Pythagoras Anaxagoras Rasputin Erasmus
Napoleon Leopold of Belgium
Julius Octavian and Augustus
All of them in the August and in the July try
Still you are not of the Lion Tribe
Still you are not of the Lion Tribe

Rastafari wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown

In Washington DC New York and
in Germany and in London
Did you see the obelisk of Axum in
front of the Vatican Oh God

Bring my daughters, bring my sons
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come

Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown

Alexander and Aristotle his tutor
Egyptian culture conquered the conqueror
Oh Lord

Pythagoras Anaxagoras Rasputin Erasmus
Napoleon Leopold of Belgium
Julius Octavian and Augustus
In the August and in the July try
Still you are not of the Lion Tribe
Still you are not of the Lion Tribe

Bring my daughters, bring my sons
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come
I know that the day will come

Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion wear the crown
Lion

- Midnite "Lion Wear the Crown" from Ras Mek Peace


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