Noah left the Ark, and his family with him,
they started to replenish the earth.
Building little communities here and there,
having a good life and praising their
Creator for it.
One of the posterity decided to be
globalist, and through way of manipulation
created the foundations for babylon. We
chant his mystery of iniquity down every
But outside of the walls of babylon,
there is freedom. This is how Jah Jah wanted
us to live originally, from creation. Jah
didn't want the Israelites to have a king,
because He Himself is the King.
Repatriation out of babylon to where our
Creator wants us is a thing which we should
do at least spiritually. Leaving the
mind-set and start to live in Jah Freedom.
I believe we do so partly by being
ourselves for which a born again situation
as described in John 3:16 is necessary.
One of my "examples" in this is
Yabby You. He is the Original Yesus Dread, a
"title" given to him by his Rasta
brethren who know he is a dread praising
His name Yabby You is given to him by Jah
and it was in a vision he had after having a
deep reasoning about Selassie.
Jah told him: You Be You.
What does that mean?
I think, it means that we are who Jah
created us to be. We should realize who we
are: know thy selves. That doesn't mean we
should "search ourselves", it
simply means we are who Jah wants us to be.
And when we are who Jah wants us to be, we
are ourselves. We are then in the situation
in which we are able to do what we must do,
to say what we must say and be overstood.
Some are themselves when they have locks.
Because Jah wanted them to be dreadlocks and
that is why they are "dreads from
Some have dreads, some are dreads.
I can now only speak for myself, what it
means for me to be a Yesus Dread. I don't
know how this is for others, but I would
like to share my meditation.
For some reason, before my birth I was
given to Jah by my mother in a prayer. And
in the Bible you see many times, that when
this particular thing happens, the children
turn out to be created by Jah to be dread.
The dreads are a sign and a mirror for
those who see it.
I know that is not my choice to grow
dreads. I was told to do so as part of my
identity given to me by Jah. If there is one
thing I have sensed from the very first
second I saw dread, is that this is related
to living in righteousness with Jah. And I
knew that I wasn't living in righteousness
until I became born again in august 6, 1985.
(See John 3:16)
If it were up to me I would still not
have dreads because I simply knew that
before that date I was not who Jah wanted me
And after that dat I only started my long
road in getting to know who I am. I consider
myself to be 20 years, even though I live in
a body of 39 years old.
That is because I believe I have received
a new spirit when I became born again.
Personally I could never choose to grow
dreads, but I have not that choice. I know
that most do it by choice and I do not say
or think anything negative about that, I
just tell you my reasoning for I.
For me it is necessary that I know my
dreads are directly connected with my
relationship with Jah. Because I believe
that dreads have a prophetic task in the
queendom of babylon.
Dread means "terrifying,
horrifying". The first dreads were
called that way because some people got
scared from those "dread locks". I
do believe that this is an effect with a
spiritual meaning behind it.
Because a dread symbolizes the coming
downfall of babylon system, just like King
Selassie symbolizes the coming reign of JAH.
This is the prophetic function. "It
will go dread inna babylon". And every
time a worker of iniquity sees a dread, he
is reminded to that.
I would never tell someone to grow
dreadlocks. Even the opposite. Why? because
who feels it knows it.
I know that this meditation may cause
more questions than that it may provide some
information, and yet, I also think that some
may feel it too.
In any way, for me being a Yesus Dread
has nothing to do with getting whatever
acceptance from whoever.
Quite the contrary, I would say. But I'd
rather be who Jah wants me to be then living
in sin and corrupt my flesh and mind with