Rastafarian and marijuana

02/14/2008 – 4:20

 

Source: The Afrocentric Experience

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RastafariRasta ganja flagGanja (Marijuana) is considered the “wisdom weed” by Rastafarians, as its use helps one to gain wisdom. Rastafarians use it as a part of a religious rite and as a means of getting closer to their inner spiritual self, Jah (God) and Creation.

Ganja is also seen by Rastafarians as the herb of life mentioned in the Bible. Rastafarians use of ganja is justified by the following Psalms 104:14 that says, “He causeth the grass to grow for the cattle and herb for the service of man, that he may bring forth food out of the earth.” Rastafarians also say it was found growing at the grave of King Solomon in the Bible.

 

  1. One Response to “Rastafarian and marijuana”

  2. I think the Rastafarian flag is one of the coolest forms of visual imagery. Just something about the lion and those prideful colors just vibes with me. I made a post about it on my blog. Rastafarian flag. Check it out if you get a chance. Take it easy.

    By Mike on Aug 26, 2010

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