3160Re: [Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia] Family Lion of Judah Ring
- Jun 23, 2011Freedom Broadcasting Network
Good Morning Mr. Woods (Jah Brian)
I read with intense interest your response to Ms. Stacey
Fields inquiry about a ring that she has, which was passed on to her from her late
grandfather, and the ring that Bob Marley wore? You stated that the ring given
to Bob Marley by then Crown Prince Asfa Wossen was not given to him to keep,
but only on loan to Bob for display of promotional purposes
You stated and I quote: (But it was not Bob Marley's ring.
Instead rather, Bob was allowed to put the ring on, posed for a picture with it
(the famous photo), and then returned it to the display. This was a privilege
Bob was granted, but it was in no way given to him to keep?) Could you please reveal
your source for this information?
You also mentioned that you had been also given various
gifts by members of the Ethiopian Imperial Family. Could you also state what
gifts that you were given?
Edward L. King, President
Freedom Broadcasting Network L.L.C.
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From: "Brian, Brian Wood, Wood" <jahgarden@...>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>Sent: Monday, June 20, 2011 5:17 PM
>Subject: Re: [Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia] Family Lion of Judah Ring
>Blessed Love Stacey,
>I was under the impression that the ring was the ring handed down to Haile
>Selassie I's son Prince Asfa Wosen, But it was not Bob Marley's ring. Instead
>rather, Bob was allowed to put the ring on, possed for a picture with it (the
>famous photo), and then returned it to the display. This was a priviledge Bob
>was granted, but it was in no way given to him to keep. I am trying to contact
>Jah Jim in Los Angeles as he has a large collection of Ethiopian artifacts and
>is very knowledgable on these matters. The ring you posses, such as items I have
>been given by the royal family, is extremely priceless. It is more honourable to
>put the ring in your pocket and beg for food then to ever sell it to pay for
>earthly pleasures. However, the ring itself is an earthly pleasure and it's true
>value lies in the spirit by which it found it's way to you.Please feel free to
>contact me at anytime, even through technology it is the human connection that
>brings life unto life.
>Peace, Love, Health, Guidance, and Protection,
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