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« on: August 13, 2003, 09:57:51 PM »

INTRODUCTION: THE GLORY AND MAJESTY OF AFRICAN WOMEN

For many thousands of years the African woman has been worshipped, revered and idolized by individuals, families and nations--not only in Africa but around the world. Ancient records show her as queen, goddess, scholar, diplomat, scientist, icon, prophet and freedom fighting warrior exalted with and sometimes above her father, husband and brothers. The African woman has administered great and mighty nations, led determined and capable armies into battle and founded splendid and enduring royal dynasties. Indeed, no other human of any racial or ethnic type has been so widely venerated as has the African woman. This brief essay, therefore, is intended as a secure African man's historical recognition, tribute and salute to the prominence, grandeur and majesty of African women.

for more got to: http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/women.html
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2003, 09:18:01 PM »

Jah Love,
Without a doubt agree Afikan woman is blessed. One question is the sis RASTA. For one thing should be recognized and that is JAH. If any man worship a woman then that man is not showing devotion to JAH. And this pride is not good for the soul. I N I are but small crumbs. But JAH does love us all don't get it wrong but credit should be given to JAH for bringing forth such a beautiful woman. And lust is a bad thing even if it may be babylonian nature to have such feelings. So respect and love to the sis. But answer the question.

Igzybier yemusgun
negusa negust Sellassie I RASTAFARI
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