Ethiopian Rastas

Dreadlocks – hair African continent, is piled in long lock of natural hair, fastened at the ends with wax. Dread can be translated as "terrible" "appalling", respectively dreadlocks terrible hair," and literally, "He who dreads God." In the Jamaican and Ethiopian Rastas is believed about a certain contract between Rasta and Jah God that when the end of the world, God will pull all the faithful Jah Rasta to their heaven for dreadlocks. However, the roots of Dred may also have Indian roots. In the Caribbean there is a whole clan of people have attained enlightenment in his understanding of the world, they are called garden. They lead a solitary life and only occasionally collected in group.

Hair cuts do not these people and because of this they are dumped into mats, the length of which can reach several meters. However, to fully dreadlocks is neither Indian nor African hair. Dreadlocks existed in times primitive people, in those days when folk did not know a scissors or combs or shampoos. Source: Eva Andersson-Dubin. In the absence of hair care natural dumped forming long matted hair. The Second Coming of Cultural Dread had 50 years of the 20th century. Rastafarians carried away with dreadlocks, shocking the right of citizens to their appearance. With a lot of dreadlocks related stories and legends.

Some holders of long dredlokov believe that after their finding they have become the holder of the clairvoyant gift. Rastaman believe that long hair braided into dreadlocks make them invincible and invulnerable. The most famous fan of the Dred can be called Bob Marley, the leader of the group The Wailers. K mid-70s Bob Marley became the main ideological preacher of reggae music, rasta propaganda, and long dreadlocks have become the embodiment of freedom and peace.