To Whom It May Concern:
This letter is to declare and established that our church the Ethiopia Africa Black International Congress
Church of True Divine Salvation (EABIC) was formed in 1958, is the prominent churchical order of the RasTafari
faith recognized by the United Nations as defender of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) Article 1-30.
The EABIC do not support the unnecessary vaccination of those who subscribe to the tenets of our faith.
Our international churchical body believes in the universal religious freedoms of Human rights and Human
Justice, Article 18 of the (UDHR).
We have no intention to harm others or ourselves, but to serve the true and living God who give us herb for the healing of the nation. Rev.22, verse 2.
We shun usage of human fetus, animal, GMO, and synthetic pharmaceutical products.
We uphold the empowerment of individuals and parents to make sound
choices for their children and themselves without duress.
Therefore, this declaration of our church does not condone harmful or negligent practices, but rather empowers
our members to make informed decisions regarding their health and medical interventions.
While this may vary within our culture, we as a united faith of RasTafari, unequivocally encourage the usage herbal, and holistic
medical and healing interventions.
We also uphold the standard that “cleansiness is Godliness” which also means that we demand that all our members uphold hygienic standards and building of immunity through natural nutrition.
In light of the current pandemic and other future environmental disasters, we as a church do not support the
unnecessary vaccination of members which may include but not limited to vaccinations containing live viruses,
animal/egg/chicken/dairy, MRC-5 and WI-38 (aborted fetal tissue), genetically modified RNA and DNA, SAM technology,
adjuvants systems, etc…this includes any form of inoculation that enters the body, with no guarantee that it will assist; the
unique physiological make-up of the individual and makes a possibility for an iatrogenic reaction.
Additionally, the scientific fact that some viruses mutate over time should not be denied. The mutation of any virus (e.g., COVID-19, SARS, etc…) gives way to more uncertainty of any particular vaccination’s effectiveness in prevention of viruses and combating of the
transmission of viruses.
Therefore, we promote universal environmental standards of hygiene, but do not encourage the vaccination.
We also believe that this a violation of a person’s fundamental human rights to be forceable subjected to such without allowing a person to make an informed decision.
From The Office of The Royal Cabinet and Parliament of the E.A.B.I.C. Church of Salvation
Office Of The Royal Cabinet and Parliament