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Among the countless number of immortalized heroes, who have selflessly fought for the upliftment of our race, the Rt. Hon. King Emmanuel Charles Edwards' name will be forever etched into the annuls of history. Founder of the Ethiopia Africa Black International Congress Church of True Divine Salvation, King Emmanuel struggled relentlessly for the rights of African people the world over. Undeniably, it was the Rt. Hon. King Emmanuel who coined the slogan, "Freedom, Redemption and International Repatriation," that for which the Rastaman and Woman so longed desired, the right to return home. King Emmanuel ever since the late 40’s has pursued the Right of Repatriation for the African slave children scattered throughout the west as a result of slavery. Noted for being one of the earliest agitators for Reparations, King Emmanuel and his Congress has for decades been on the forefront in the Repatriation struggle.

In this article I would like to examine the formative years of the EABIC and its Founder, Leader, President God and King. Prince Emmanuel or Brother Eddie as he is also called was said to have appeared in the Parish of St. Elizabeth (Jamaica) in 1915. Many speculations have been made as to how He actually appeared, but as He taught 'reincarnation brings back everyone through a Mother's womb and Father's lineage.' The Prince said that He was found has a child in an area called Treasure's Beach in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica by a family who thereby took Him in. Little is known of his childhood yet there is a recurring account I've heard from a few elders of how he earned the title ‘Prince’ It is said that the family who took in the Hon. Prince Emmanuel made a living by selling milk from cows. The young Prince Edwards became popular in the community, because of his tendancy to give the customers more milk than they paid for. It is said the people in the community began calling him prince because of his generosity. As Prince Edwards grew into adulthood he eventually migrated into the capital city. A migration pattern which was trending during the early 20th century. No exact age is known as to when Prince Edwards migrated into Kingston, yet we know it was during the early 30's. (Further research can be done to discover the actual age of his migration). The Hon. Marcus Garvey also followed the same migration pattern, leaving his native St. Anne Bay to the island's capital in his late teens.

While in Kingston the Hon. Prince Edwards was a witness of the Cultural Revolution that was taking place in Jamaica during the early thirties. Jamaica was at the time the operation base of the Hon. Marcus Garvey and his organization the UNIA which was in part instrumental for the shaping of the consciousness of the African people of Jamaica. The newly Formed Rastafari Movement was gaining influence in the island and was gaining the attention of many of the inner city youths. I have heard of accounts of the Hon. Prince Emmanuel meeting the Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey while passing Calvary Cemetery in the community of Trenchtown. I have also heard of other accounts of the Prince participating in some of Garvey's meetings. Yet as history records by the year 1935, after facing stark opposition in Jamaica, Marcus Garvey decided to migrate to London and continue his works from there. With Garvey abroad, the newly found 'doctrine of Rastafari' took its rank heralding the banner of race pride for generations to follow.
Figures like Leonard Howell, Joseph Hibbert and Robert Hinds began forming organizations centred around the Ethiopian Monarch Emperor Haile Selassie I the newly crowned 'Blackman God and King.' Though some may claim that Prince Emmanuel was at one point apart of the Howelite movement, in my research I have yet to find any evidence proving that to be true. However, I would accept the idea that Leonard Howell may have indirectly had an impact on the Hon. Prince Emmanuel. The Father would argue that the Movement rose out of the heart of the city and rather than St. Catherine which was the location of Leonard Howell's Pinnacle. Leonard Howell, however was influential in shaping a lot of the ideologies and allegorical traditions of the Rastafari culture primarily through his books and street corner preaching. Terminologies such as 'King Alpha and Queen Omega' and 'World's money mint and all Bibles owner' that are still widely used amongst the Rasafari, are all terms coined by the Hon. Leonard Howell.
During the late 30's or so Prince Edwards began working at Up Park Camp which was the headquarters of the British Army in Jamaica performing odd jobs. While Prince Emmanuel was working at Up Park Camp in 1940, Alexander Bustamante was imprisoned for subversive activities and served his time there 3 years. Alexander Bustamante was eventually released on one condition, the Hon. Prince Emmanuel revealed, that he (Bustamante) was to form a political party opposing his first cousin Norman Manley. Upon his release from prison Bustamante did just so and formed the Jamaica Labour Pary (JLP). The forming of the PNP and JLP would later proved to be a socio-political construct strategically engineered to derail the unifying works of the Hon. Marcus Garvey and to manipulate the Africans of Jamaica to remain divided along violently defended political lines for generations to come.
After working at Up Park Camp for some period of time the Hon. Prince Emmanuel said He was called upon by his Father Yah Rastafari to redeem his people from out of Egypt/Jamaica and the western world (the house of bondage). One day while painting a building Prince Edwards fell off a ladder, though he was able to walk away uninjured, it was that incident which he says led him to leave Up Park Camp to pursue His Father's mission. In 1944, Prince Edwards moved to an area called Ackee Walk which was apart of the famous or rather, infamous area then known as Bac-O-Wall, which is one of the major cultivating grounds of the Rastafari culture.
Some years following his move to Ackee Walk, in 1948 the Hon. Prince Edwards visited Up Park Camp ''to seek out the rights of his people." Upon Prince Emmanuel's arrival to the office of the Brigadier General, the Brigadier ran out of his office leaving the Prince standing there alone. Thus according to Prince Emmanuel by the Brigadier leaving him alone in his office he befell britain's crownhead. Since that visit to Up Park Camp in 1948, the Hon. Prince Emmanuel or Brother Eddie as he was then called, has continued to lobby the heads of the Jamaican government, as well as the british crownhead for free transportation to repatriate the African slave children in Jamaica and the western world.

On August 1st 1951 Prince Emmanuel handed a letter to Governor Hugh Foote demanding the rights of the people in Jamaica desirous to return to Africa. Though no was action was taken by the colonial government to resettle the Ethiopian subjects exiled in the diaspora, Bongo Eddie struggled relentlessly nevertheless. In 1953 on the day of Queen Elizabeth the 2nd coronation he cabled her a telegram demanding the release of his people. By the 1950's Brother Eddie was becoming a prominent figure in the Rastafari movement edifying the people of their true heritage and nationality. A few elders I have met testify of their earlier days gathering with 'Brother Eddie' underneath the Ackee Tree. The Ackee Tree bearing the symbolic colours of the red gold and green and red black and green our Creational banners.
Following a decree issued late 1957 by Governor Hugh Foote, which declared that self governance will be given to the people of Jamaica, Prince Emmanuel organized and convened a 21 day seminar on the topic of repatriation. The Convention which was held March 1st 1958 is historicized as the 'First Groundation' of the Rastafari Brethren. Prince Edwards was the chairman and Bongo Watto the ceremonial High Priest of the occasion as 3,000 Rastaman, Woman and Children, sung and chanted to the Nyahbinghi drums. Sir Kenneth Blackburn, then governor, also paid a visit to hear the opening remarks of those present at the Convention. The Convention was held at the former residence of the Hon. Prince Emmanuel, 54b Spanishtown Rd. Kingston, Jamaica. The Convention was highly publicized and people from all over the island came with the hope of embarking for Africa.

Note: During this March 1st Convention the Ethiopia Africa National Congress was formed, now Ethiopia Africa Black International Congress.
Following the weeks long seminar the Prince led a march from his headquarters to Victoria Park downtown Kingston. The masses of Rastafari brethren and sisters, not to mention onlookers, began pouring into Victoria Park that early morning. The march was peaceful until a group of Rasses decided to climb and brake off a piece of Queen Victoria statue. That action caused the Jamaica constabulary force to disrupt the gathering. When the police arrived many of the brethren and sisters fled but the Prince decided He wasn't going to run for 'only the guilty run.' Prince Emmanuel took up a child in his hand as the police approached him, the constables snatched the crying baby out of Emmanuel's hand and viciously attacked him with batons. Smoke bombs were also used to disperse the crowd, those who weren't able to escape the jamaican police force were all viciously attacked as well.
Following the brutal assault Prince Emmanuel returned to his residence at 54b Spanishtown Rd. Kingston, Jamaica undeterred and continued to agitate for the rights of the people. Most of the Rasses who were apart of the Convention went their separate ways, leaving only a handful of souls remaining faithful members of the Congress. The same year of the Convention the Congress was raided by the police who once again attacked Prince Emmanuel who was also unjustiably imprisoned. The case was highly publicized and drew public criticism of the people directed at the actions of the JCF. A number of people wrote to the Jamaica gleaner and expressed their disappointment with the Jamaica government.

According to Leonard Barrett in his book 'The Rastafarians' a sociologist among the many who wrote the gleaner predicted.."in the long run the type of Prince Emmanuel may have more to do with west indian future than the type of Lord Hailes.." former Governor General of the West Indian Federation. A statement which is believed to have been somewhat reiterated by Queen Elizabeth the 2nd on her state visit to Jamaica March 1966, which I will get to later. The Trial of September 1958 with Prince Emmanuel caught the attention of Barrister Evans a famous lawyer who was said to have defended some of the Mau Mau fighters in Kenya.

Eventually Prince Emmanuel and his apostles were freed and returned to his headquarters at 54b Spanishtown Rd. Western Kingston. Though allowed to return Prince Emmanuel would later still encounter countless confrontations with the brutal Jamaican police force. The resilience of Prince Emmanuel in the midst of such violent opposition must be noted, he, withstanding the countless attacks, imprisonments and injustices was able to pursue adamantly the basic human rights which are to be guaranteed to all. By the 1960's Brother Eddie who by this time was becoming to be more widely known as Prince Emmanuel intensified his agitation and began laying the legal framework of the EABIC.
Following the dispersal of the Howellites at Pinnacle in 1954 coupled with the growing number of migrants from the countrysides of Jamaica, to the city of Kingston, areas such as Bac-O-Wall quickly became the target of the government namely due to the spread of the "Rude Boy culture" as well as Rastafari . By 1963 the government began the "urban renewal" process which included bulldozing the homes of 3,000 people in back-o-wall and downtown Kingston. Prince Emmanuel however remained at his former residence at 54b Spanishtown Road up until July 1966 when the entire Bac-O-Wall area was destroyed by the JLP government in order to erect their political stronghold 'tivoli gardens.'
The bulldozing of the bac-o-wall community displaced thousands of people, many of whom were left homeless, many of whom were forced to sleep in the bordering May Pen Cemetery. Jamaican Sociologists all agree the bulldozing of back-o-wall in 1966 was 'to counter the positive and radicalising influence of the Rastafari.' It could be assumed that the governments intent was to frustrate the efforts of the Rastafari movement in asserting their Basic Human rights. The year 1966 saw the turning point of the Rastafari movement following the visit of Emperor Haile Selassie I to the shores of Jamaica. Prior to the Emperor's visit to Jamaica, Queen Elizabeth also visited the island on the 3rd of March 1966.

While visiting King's House the Hon. Prince Emmanuel delivered a red, white and blue pouch to the queen. When the queen received the pouch she unveiled the three banners which were contained inside, the Red Gold and Green, the Red Black and Green as well as an all Black flag. When the queen raised the three banners the red white and blue pouch fell to the ground, symbolically representing the union jack being subdued by the black nation creational banners. It was told to the Hon. Prince Emmanuel that the queen bowed to the flags He presented and she declared, ' there is an individual in Jamaica who no one is to molest for that individual would be lord over her lords.' Holy Emmanuel I Selassie I Jah Rastafari.

The following month marked the most memorable day in Jamaica and Rastafari history. The visit of the King of Kings to the pit of Jehosophat, the island of Jamaica. It was April 21, 1966 the day celebrated by the EABIC has the moment Abraham met Melchizedek. Prince Emmanuel was among the 31 leaders who met His Majesty at King's House and were presented with gold medals.
Documents were said to have been left with the Jamaican government stating that whosoever desires to return to Ethiopia should be handed over unto the Ethiopia Africa National Congress and its Leader the Rt. Hon. Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards.
Hector Wynter editor of the gleaner was to publish such document to make known publicly the open invitation of the Emperor, yet said the documents were destroyed and such right of the people was held down. Jamaica was also invited to have an observer seat in the Organization of African Unity, an offer which Jamaica has never taken up. It could be speculated that the Emperor's endorsement of the repatriation agenda and his embrace of the Rastafari Movement led to the final bulldozing of bac-o-wall in July 1966.
The bulldozing of Prince Emmanuel's compound on Spanishtown Road, left the Prince and his apostles homeless not to mention the over 3,000 poor and have nots forced out of a home. Prince Emmanuel moved to Harris Street, and then onto a number of locations as he was constantly bulldozed, fire torched and assaulted by Jamaican police and soldiers. The various locations of Prince Emmanuel campgrounds were in time given biblical names. Ackee Walk became known to be (Nazareth) Harris Street (Galille) Eight (Capernaum) and Ninth Street (Bethlehem).

Prince Emmanuel's following mainly consisted of inner city youths many of whom were previously involved with gang and other criminal activities. By the late 1960's West Kingston was becoming a hotbed of political violence and many of the Kingstonian youths were being engulfed into the rudeboy culture that was sweeping the capital city. The Hon. Prince Emmanuel opened his compound for many of the displaced youths who were turned from home toil and kindred leaving all for Rastafari dear sake. The young were driven from their parents home for the name of Rastafari, and many would come to Prince Emmanuel to live and subsequently build themselves within the Order of the Priesthood office. The EABIC has long been admired for its principle of self reliance and has created a broom industry which is universally recognized as one of the trademarks of the 'Bobo Shanti'.
In 1967 the Hon. Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards registered the Ethiopia Africa National Congress with the United Nations and began to direct his petitions through the office of Human Rights. The following year Marc Shreiber of the Human Rights Office met with a delegation sent by the Hon. Prince Emmanuel and witnesses declare that he said that Mr. Edwards was to be recognized as the only 'Champion of Human Rights' in the island of Jamaica. Prince Emmanuel was never officially awarded the title for he was continuously barred from many of the communication from the UN and rumours began to spread that he was dead following a bulldozing and fire torching of his residence. The false report of Prince Emmanuel's death that was printed in the Jamaica gleaner, was just another frivolous attempt to silence the Hon. Prince Emmanuel and to discourage him from his work.
Nevertheless in September 1969 Hugh Shearer then Prime Minister visited Ethiopia to have dialogue with the Emperor. In the meeting between Haile Selassie I and Hugh Shearer, Shearer requested of the Emperor an ambassador from Ethiopia be sent to Jamaica. The King was said to have replied that He already has his Ambassador in Jamaica whom He will shortly pay a visit. Indeed the Emperor paid the Hon. Prince Emmanuel a private visit circa Jan.1 1970. It was an Empress of the Congress name Empress Menen who was said to have seen the King looking for the Hon. Prince Emmanuel at his former residence at 54b Spanishtown Road. She informed the King that the Congress has moved and offered to escort the King to then location at Davis Lane.

When Emperor Haile Selassie I paid his visit further documents were left with the Prince and the Jamaica government, yet shortly after the private visit of the King, the Jamaica government once again bulldozed the dwellings and church grounds of the Hon. Prince Emmanuel now King Emmanuel Charles Edwards. Once again left to sleep on the streets Prince Emmanuel and the members of his Congress began heading 10 miles east of the bloody city of Kingston. Fulfilling the prophecy that 'man must go 10 miles east on the mountain top watching babylon running red hot.' The location of the Congress has since been at 10 Miles Bull Bay St. Andrew Jamaica on Mt. Teman widely known as 'Bobo Hill.' Away from the constricted confides of western Kingston the Hon. Prince Emmanuel spent the remaining years at Bull Bay rebuilding the networks that were destroyed during the bulldozings at Bac-O-Wall and continued to lobby the heads of government...

Much can be written and plenty can be said of such a Mighty hero such as the Hon. King Emmanuel, who Prince Dawit in the late 80's bestowed the title Emperor Emmanuel concluding that the Priest reminded him of his grandfather King Selassie I Yah Rastafari. Give thanks for the Mighty Redeemer the Black Christ in Flesh King Emmanuel the 7th Adonai I God Yah Rastafari. I hear the voice of Negus say I am this dark world's Light look unto me and thy morn shall arise and thy days be bright. I looked to Negus and Lo I found in him my star and my sun and in this Light of Life I will walk until my travelling days are done. Our Redeemer Is Strong Lord Of Host Is His Name Selassie I Yah Rastafari.
“Man of Right, is God in Flesh”
Most Rt. Hon. King Emmanuel Charles Edwards




I-n-I Creation RASES, JAH Royal Sons and Daughters, Kings and Queens of the Earth´s Rigthful Rulers, under the Leadership of our Right Honourable Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards, President of the Royal Ethiopia Africa Black International Congress, situated at Mt. Teman Hill 10 Miles Bull Bay; are here to bring the Earth forward to its Right and Natural state.
We the creational Rases of the Earth, reincarnate descendants of Ethiopian slave children brought here during the Triangular Trade in the 17th century, taking us from the shores of Ethiopia, down here to Jamaica land, then to various parts of Europe have now come reclaim our Rights and take our Governmental stands within the hemisphere and above all forms of Government as the earths rightful rulers.
We have now come to take what is ours from creation, to break the bonds of oppression and set the captives free, to break down spiritual wickedness in high and low places through the voice of the I AM that I AM ( Father Moses). All those who are of a clear understanding should be able to us by our slave masters and this colonial world, Prophesy and history books have made it evident that Ethiopia, the land of sun-burnt faces, the land of Black People, "cradle of all Humanity" is the first nation upon the face of the earth.
The Bible, Black Man History book the book that was taken away when we were brought into slavery, as a direct sabotage against the Black Nation Israel, so as to separate us from our history and prevent us from identifying with our true selves. Despite such treacherous acts, Prophecy and history had to be fulfilled. "And the Lord saw it. He afford them because of the provoking of His sons and daughters." Deut. 32:19, " Why then is this people of Jerusalem sliden back by a perpetual backsliding?" Jeremiah 8:5 " I will heap mischiefs upon them. I will send mine arrows upon them, " Deut. 32:23 " I said I would scatter them into corners, I will make the remembrance of them to cease among men" Deut. 32:26. We could no longer remember our worth and wealth as a people, our lineage and from whence we came.
I and I the creational Rasses, the Ethiopian Kings and Queens, the Black House of Israel children of the Most High Lord, Selassie I Jah Rastafari, Father of Creation, who live in Truth and Light seeing the Living Black
God, King and man.
We have not refuse to see ourselves or acknowledge our being even before such great Empires. We Ethiopians refer to the Bible, the greatest and oldest history book for such divine knowledge and inspiration in regardes to our Heritage. " We in Ethiopia have one of the oldest versions of the Bible, but however old the version may be in whatever language it might be written, the words remain the same. It transends all boundaries of Empires and all conception of race. It is eternal."
These are the words spoken by our Imperial Majesty of Ethiopia, Emperor Haile Selassie I the First.
Now, it pleases me to ask you a question. If God is a spirit, why do the press print daily a white image on calendars and other spiritual literature and tell the world that it is the image of God? Simply because God is A MAN, and not a spirit as we are led to believe.
The Bible tells us that every knee shall bow, every tongue shall confess, and all eyes shall behold HIM. (Romans 14:11) How can you behold a spirit? The Father making us in His own image His own Likeness (Gen. 1:26), is not a spirit but of Flesh and Blood. A spirit is void, without shape and form. You cannot touch a spirit, you cannot see spirit, nor taste a spirit. Contrary to the spirit concept, we see an image as stated in the book of Genesis. A image that is tangible you can touch it, see it, taste it, smell it.
November 1930, a most remarkable event in history, 72 nations had made abeyance [in respect of the] Crowning [of]His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I the First, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion of the Tribe Judah fulfilling Revelation 19:9. All nations bowed before His Throne including the Queen of England. The Duke of Edinburgh and other so called officials, Jamaicans often bow to the Queen England, on his visits to the island and in all other countries, she is given the red carpet treatment and held in high esteem. Yet this woman on all confrontations with His Majesty has no choice but to BOW. Yes all Kings shall fall down before HIM
(Psalms 72: 11) Holy Emmanuel I Selassie I JAH Rastafari. Some say that he is dead, but little do they know, SELASSIE I CANT DIE!!!
We Black People are from Eternity, and will Live to Eternity. Do not be the 80,000,000 careless Ethiopians to go down with satan because God is the Almighty of the Living. Rastafari Kingdom is now come. Black man and Black woman, tell me, where will you spend your long Eternity? In Egypt/Jamaica, or in Ethiopia Africa?
Will you give up a Continent for an island? Know where you stand in this last judgement. You cannot be neutral. Everyone must take his stand. Either you are Right or either you are wrong. Life, or death, no two ways about it. Either you are Living, if not you are of the dead.
If you are not on God's side, then you must be on satans side. Nothing is new under the sun, All has been here since time begun. Be on the Right side. No price for Salvation. You can´t buy Redemption.
The Shepherd leads His fold 144,000 elected Saints, Kings and Queens of the Earth. clothed in white. We who have dipped our robes in the blood of the lamb and have come great tribulation.
The first woe is gone up, the second woe is here and the third woe cometh. Israel prepare thyself. When you think its peace and safety, then comes a sudden destruction. The Judgement cometh in one hour”.


The ETHIOPIA AFRICA BLACK INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS CHURCH OF SALVATION welcomes all black sons and daughters to a policy of love and Righteousness of Salvation. Only one Salvation stand that is the Black Christ Salvation. This is no the time of crucifixion, this is the time of resurrection. He live, He live, I Known that my Saviour liveth, our Redeemer liveth. The Black Christ Christ ever live, Luke 24 verse 34-46; verses (36) and as the speak Jes-us himself stood in the midst of them and saith: Peace be unto you”. Verse (43) And He took the bread and did eat before them”: verse (46) – and said unto them thus it is written and thus is behooved Christ to suffer and to rise from the dead the 3rd day.

I, the Right Honourable Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards. The Black Christ-in-flesh, the Black Secretary General of the International Nation Wealth Government of Black Supremacy; If you please I am now calling near and far It is I the Mighty Comforter and the Prince of Pease. Isaiah Ch. 7 Verse 14. Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold a virgin shall conceive. And bear a son and shall call his name Emmanuel. Our King liveth, our King liveth. Christ our Lord and King liveth Holy Emmanuel I, Selassie I Jah Rastafari. The R man who rule the world with equality and justice ever liveth. Black people! my people!. It is I the Hon. Jes-us Emmanuel Father Moses liveth, the Black Shepherd Of the House of Israelite liveth Matthew 1 verse 23. My Lord Emmanuel means God with us.

God is alive for I am alive. I have no hope of seeing who don’t even look like me. For I am Black so he must be black also. A Black God ever liveth ever faithful, ever sure. I Have heard that you have to die to see God. But I say you cant die to see nothing. I the Black Christ have a few points of question of right. I would love to put a question to all churches in the world Universally and Internationally, for the right of the people so they can save themselves, for dead men tell no tales only live ones.
2,000 years ago they crucified me and put me on the cross you then took the man down and put him in a tomb. On the 3rd day Mary went to the grave to seek her Lord. Upon arriving she was met by an angel. Now this angel could be a police, soldiers or even InI Black Sons and Daughters of the living God. She was told by the angel that the man, was risen. That her joys may be fulfill. Christ showed himself to her personally. She cried my Lord. He replied don't touch I yet, for I have not yet gone to my father. But instead go to Galilee and tell my disciples it is I.

Arriving at Galilee she saw Thomas as she was telling him of Jes-us he came up to them. He then said to Thomas, why are you so hard believing Bring me food and bread let me show you that dead men can not eat. See my Hand, my feet and my side it is I. They cant kill God, God ever liveth the Black Christ ever liveth. Holy Emmanuel I Selassie I Jah Rastafari.
So we give thanks for the living Man who rose form the grave and live so we can live for ever and ever. For all those who take God in flesh, from that time no one in the world can tell you where the man is. Every day they tell you, that you have to die. But this is folly, for Christ is risen in flesh and Blood as Thomas and Mary testified. ( Christ our Lord is risen today Hallalujah what a Saviour). 1st Epistle St John Chapter 4 v 2-3. “Here by know ye know ye the spirit of God; Every spirit that confeseth that Jes-us Christ is come in flesh is of God. God is in flesh and blood as we are In flesh so is Christ our father in flesh. I am not a God of the dead but of the living.

It is I the Hon. Hon. Jes-us Emmanuel the Black Christ and the Might Comforter. The same man who they tried to kill 2,000 years ago. I the good Shepherd have come again to gather my sheep. This time one should no longer talk of crucifixion. We should talk of the resurrection, for the man is alive today. This world, Satan Kingdom; don’t want to bring up the man. But I know he is alive, for I am alive. It is I who send and come to gather my Saints, all those who have made a covenant by sacrifice. Turn, Israelite, Turn to the God of the Living, not of the dead.

On this good Friday we call upon all churches in the world to bring up the Christ who is risen, no the white one who is dead but the Black one who is alive. The root of David who live to gather us his saints. The same Christ who talk to Mary and Thomas. We call for this man now. John saw the glory John saw the light 144,000 saints robe in white. I now cordially invite all Ethiopian Royal Sons and Daughters to our International Good Friday Celebration. We will continue to our King of Kings visit to Jamaica on April 21, 1966 Celebration Convention Conference Reasoning to the 1st of August Our Emancipation day. It is I the Rt Hon. Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards, Now calling, calling and calling. I want to see you, I could not close my Eye, I have to open them. So when a man dies he can’t see nothing says the Lord Our God Jahovia. International Nation Wealth Government of Black Supremacy. If you please, now calling near and far, it is I the Mighty Comforter the Prince of Peace. ( Is 9 v 9-19)

Awake Zion, awake and trim your lamp, for the son of man has come. Crown him, King Emmanuel, Jah Rastafari. Bobo children, Zion children Going home. They crucified him on a Tuesday they put him in the sepulcher on Wednesday he arose on Friday morning to meet his Sabbath, for he is Lord of the Sabbath, Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy, Exodus 20 & 31, I, Father Moses now call for all my people to be set free. They are to be turned over to I under our banner of the Red, Gold and Green, the Red, Black and green with the black five point star and Lion symbol. This is the covenant of the Almighty Godin flesh, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.



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