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Holy days and holidays are periods of solemn times for the Rastafarian community worldwide.
The Holy days are to pray and ask for penance, fulfilling2 Chronicles 7v14,"If my people who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray, search for me and repent of their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven and forgive their sins and heal their land."

Rastalogical Holy Days and HolidaysJanuary 7th - Ethiopian ChristmasRastafarians observe this as a holiday.
May 5th (5th of Miyaza) - “Fasika” (Passover)This day represents a major Holy Day with service (e.g., from10am to 11am.). After service, family day celebration starts with the playing of Rasta Music (e.g., Reggae) with eating of Corn bread, vegetables, and drinking of Wine, closing with a prayer from the Priest. (e.g., around 3:30pm)
July 16th 1931 - Constitution DayThis day represents a holiday. On this day Ethiopia was given it first written Constitution and is observed annually.
July 23rd 1892 – 2nd Advent of the Cosmic ChristIn the year of John 16th of Hamle 1885 = July 23rd 1892 the birth of ‘Tafari' in Harar, Ethiopia. Rastalogy accepts this day as the Second Advent of the Cosmic Christ, fulfilling Isaiah Chapter 9 v6, “For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is giving, Tafari.”.This day represents a major Holy Day; celebrated as a family day with a short prayer service giving thanks to Yahweh, for the birth of His Son, Tafari. Service starts (e.g., 10am to 11am), followed by a celebration consisting of Rasta Music and food.August – October 7th 1928 – Divine Kingship of RastafariThis day represents a Holy Day. This is when Rastafari was acclaimed ‘Negus’, King of Ethiopia, fulfilling Isaiah 43v15, “I am the Lord Rastafari your Holy One, Creator of Israel, your King.”. This day is celebrated quietly with short Prayer Service (e.g., starting at 1pm – 5pm.)September 11th - Ethiopian New YearThis day represents a holiday, which is, observed with a short Prayer Service from 10am – 11am.November 2nd 1930 – Transfiguration DayThis represents the Transfiguration Day of Rastafari to Haile Selassie I, ‘Might of the Trinity’ fulfilling Revelation 5v5, “The Lion of the Tribe of Judah has prevailed.” This day represents the Holy Day when Rastafari was acclaim ‘Negus’ King of Ethiopia; Fulfilling Isaiah 43v15,“I am the Lord Rastafari your Holy One Creator of Israel, your King.”This day is celebrated quietly with a short Prayer Service (e.g.,starting 3pm – 9pm). Then celebrate with Rasta Music, rice and peas, vegetables, fish, closing with a short Prayer of thanksgiving by the Priest with blessing

Posted by nyahbingi worrior. Thursday, January 7, 2010

1 Responses to rastafarian holidays

  1. Anonymous anasema:
  2. Greetings!

    Thank You for posting this, InI am new to Rastafari, and wish to observe the Holy Days and Holidays with the utmost respect.



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