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Can I join a rasta settlement in Jamaica?
Blessings, I am wondering if I were to stroll up to a Rasta settlement/village/place, would I be able to join there dwelling and live among them or what?
I am desperate to get away from Babylon city here in the UK and feel like being crucified living here as each day go on.
I can't live by money, I want to be free and live among the natural land but never been taught that, only been brainwashed with education to earn money for the man, ya no?
I wish the Earth was like it were in the beginning, free to roam where you please.....I wanna live in a welcoming place and start my life and practice as a TRUE RASTA in the hills someplace.
July 20, 2011 by Wellesley
Thanks for your question rasta!
Knowing the general lifestyle and belief system of the true rastas here, I would be inclined to say yes, that is possible.
But I am not able to speak to the different groups/tribes or villages, as each has their own system and procedures.
I answered a related question on rasta villages
in Jamaica recently, you can take a peek at it and see my recommendations there. Good luck my brother!
Either way, please stay in touch
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