Monthly Archives: September 2012

Birthplace of Hurricanes: ETHIOPIA

Interesting tidbits about Ethiopia on this date on  August 25 ——————————————————————————- On this date 2003, meteorologists at NASA pinpointed as the exact date Hurricane Isabael began to form, in the Ethiopian highalnds. It was reported : “Blowing its first breath … Continue reading

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Ten Ethiopianism Pilgrimage Sites in London

Ten Ethiopianism Pilgrimage Sites in London ———————————— — Traditionally, Emperors of Ethiopia were crowned in Aksum or Gondar. But Prince Asfaw Wossen, the eldest son of Emperor Haile Selassie, was crowned Emperor-in-exile in London in April 1989. — There is … Continue reading

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The Similarities of Tsome Filseta and the Olympics? – Bizu Newe

The Similarities of Tsome Filseta and the Olympics? – Bizu Newe ————————————————————————- With the Ethiopian Tewahedo Church’s Tsome Filseta(the fast of the Virgin Mary) coinciding with the 2012 London Olympics; I come to realize that these two events share some  … Continue reading

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Ten interesting tidbits about Ethio-Armenia

Ten interesting tidbits about Ethio-Armenia ————————————————— (Previous post missed left out 4 of the 10) Checkout the Tezeta campaign by Aramazt Kalayjian. A project in the process of making a documenting film about the Ethiopians Armenian. This has always been … Continue reading

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The Ethiopian Diaspora and the Genie in the Tej Botte

Wayne Edward Maddock The Ethiopian Diaspora and the Genie in the Tej Botte —————————————————————–  – One day a group of Ethiopian diaspora folk were gathering for their monthly meeting. These were very popular meetings. Lots of talk went on about … Continue reading

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 September 13 …

 September 13 hosts International Chocolate Day. Ethiopia may not be known for producing its blend of sweet milk chocolate, but it recently discovered something of greater sweet significance—Ethiopian Chocolate Opal.   Ethiopian Chocolate Opal, which was discovered in… 1995 in … Continue reading

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Where is Saint Ewostatewos buried?

Where is Saint Ewostatewos buried? —————————————– — The story of Saint Ewostateowos’ last days are recorded to have been while abroad in Armenia. According to the Encyclopedia Aethiopica, the Armenian patriarch presided over the funeral rites for the Saint, “whose … Continue reading

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