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Chalice Gallery

Chalice Gallery

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To the rastaman, ganja is the I-shence, the healing of the nation, the gift of God to mankind. And through the chalice, through huge clouds of thick smoke, he purifies the temple of God, which is his own body. He frees his mind from the shackles and chains that, though unvisible, keep him in a state of mental slavery. Rasta don’t smoke to get high, they do it to get free. As rasta priestess Mama G says : "Ganja makes you remember what they want you to forget".


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Posted by Hot Head on 07.01.2010
I love reggae music from mi soul. I also write music any from that is. I met Romain Virgo on a courts live it up promotion. And I must say I am in love with his voice and the method in witch him carry him self Jamaica shall rise again. Love u all I would love to meet all yahll some day.

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