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“Most people think all Rastafarians smoke marijuana, but I don’t smoke because I view my body as a temple,” says Zephaniah, who lectures at Brunel University.“I came to the conclusion that I didn’t need ganja to get high and I didn’t like the habit I developed.Like Nazarites of biblical days, Rastafarians regard themselves as “the separate ones”.Dedicated to pure and holy living, Nazarites vowed not to cut their hair, as described in the Bible in Numbers 6:5, which says: “All the days of the vow of his separation there shall no razor come upon his head: until the days be fulfilled, in the which he separated himself unto the Lord, he shall be holy, and shall let the locks of the hair of his head grow.” (King James Version.) FASHION Today, dreadlocks have transcended racial and religious barriers.
I remember being in Jamaica and seeing the grapefruits and other fruits on the trees.There is also a new, more positive attitude amongst women towards natural and chemical-free hair.Although dreadlocks are not worn by all Rastas, just as not all Muslim women wear burkas, to many Rastafarians, the growing of locks is a symbol of their faith. The visit from the Ethiopian emperor caused more than 100,000 Rastafarians from all over Jamaica to flock to the Palisadoes Airport (now Norman Manley International Airport) in Kingston, having heard that the man whom they considered to be the Messiah was coming to visit their island.On the historic day, the emperor was saluted by people playing drums and adorning themselves in the symbolic Rasta colours – red, gold and green.