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She was grateful to Yahweh for letting her find what she was seeking and lavished King Solomon with gifts of riches, which he used in the Temple of the Lord. Ethiopia's national epic, the "Kebra Nagast" or "Glory of Kings" (also considered a sacred text to Rastafarians) tells the story of Queen Makeda from Axum, who traveled to Jerusalem to meet the famous Solomon the Wise. Their rapturous union merged each other’s full potential. She gave the king 120 talents of gold, and of spices very great store and precious stones; there came no more abundance of spices as these which the Queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon.” (Kings 10:10) The Biblical passage refers to the gifts Makeda presented King Solomon of Israel on her famed journey to visit the Judean monarch. Yes! The Queen of Sheba is a significant character in the Kebra Nagast (“Glory of King”), which is the Ethiopian national epic (translated from its Arabic version in 1322). name is Macda! It sounds gorgeous. They are the keepers of God’s tablet until such time when the land of the North gets its act together. His essence speaks through me. A true story as depicted in the above scarf. Thanks to both ladies for a lovely presentation! we need more people like you to tell the next generation about our AFRICA . So she turned and went to … Rabbah 27:4). It helps us to better understand who we are, what we should be doing………simply transformative. The Queen of the South will rise up at the judgment with this generation and condemn it, for she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon, and behold, something greater than Solomon is here. 16:19: “To You nations shall come from the ends of the earth and say: Our fathers inherited utter delusions, things that are futile and worthless.” The queen came from the ends of the earth and, as a result of her stay with Solomon, came to believe in the Lord (Ex. The Queen praised Solomon and heaped him with precious gifts: “And she gave the king 120 talents of gold, large quantities of spices, and precious stones. In these tales the Queen of Sheba is a seeker of truth and wisdom and she has heard that King Solomon of Israel is a very wise man. Living through the smoke is a fantastic journey, especially when connected to the past. After their scared union and her departure, King Solomon was perplexed by his feelings since he thought he had conquered the world. so, every perfume she makes not only becomes a reason of a unique olfactory pleasure, but also contributes to our knowledge of things, strengthening the bond between emotion and reason. To put the tablet back, you need peace in the Land of the North. Thinking we’re separate and different is what has caused all this turmoil in the world. Do you have your own folk story regarding Queen of Sheba, you would like to share? Their child, Minilik (not to be mistaken with Minilik II), who, when he turned 18-years-old, went back to his father’s Kingdom of the North to meet him since he has heard so many stories from his mother. Minilik (very surprisingly Twins in this depiction) getting their crowns and Queen Makeda’s last days in this earth. Have not I brought up Israel out of the land of Egypt? 6 Comments. “Are ye not as children of the Ethiopians unto me, O children of Israel? It is the reason I am a perfumer at all! I live for this sort of writing……, Lovely story. So, let go and let God share your burden and have faith when you come to a bend in the road. The story starts with King Solomon hearing rumors that the Queen of Sheba had hairy legs and the feet of a donkey. King Solomon, with God’s instruction, was able to send the tablet via his son to Queen Makeda for keepsake until such time when there would be peace, and the tablet could be put back into David’s temple without resistance. The biggest lesson here is the fact that we’re ALL descendants of Noah’s three children and since the flood combined all the DNAs into one, so, we are all God’s kins (seeds) despite some blue blood claimers. Someone call Indiana Jones! I love historical fact about our ancestors, and how they relate to the world now. Queen Makeda was convinced that Solomon’s prosperity and wisdom were most certainly attributed to his God, Yahweh. Solomon was hardened by the world and had lost the purity of true love. The Queen of Sheba: the myth that regenerates with every epoch. i never knew this my. The love of God. The Ethiopian account of Queen Sheba, or Makeda as she is called there, goes on to state that, on her way back, she had a child of King Solomon, named Melenik I. I named my daughter Makeda as I want her to know her roots but when I read this beautifully written story it makes me happy that I bought the perfume . She stayed and learned from him for … She sent her trusted scriber, Tamrin, with traders who were going to the ‘Kingdom of the North’, to fill her curiosity. Marlene. shelley’s lovely  perfumes always come with their roots in  the society and history -and those are never the made up “stories” written by a creative director of some “advertisement & PR agency”. Many believed because God’s eyes have moved from the Land of the North to the Land of the South, where his ‘light’ is being stored, the turmoil in that area would continue until such time the tablet is returned to its rightful place. She was grateful to Yahweh for letting her find what she was seeking and lavished King Solomon with gifts of riches, which he used in the Temple of the Lord. Shelley, Thank you! , thanks to both ladies for the experience. She is enthralled by his display of learning and knowledge, and declares "From this moment I will not worship the sun, but will worship the Creator of the sun, the God of Israel" (chapter 28). Very nice job Shelley, it sounds like a very interesting fragrance, coinciding with just as interesting a story, and Oud is not an easy material to work with…I know Shelley for years now and know that every fragrance she creates, she puts a little bit of her heart and soul in too…keep up the good work! I look forward to smelling this one Shell! Thank you Shelley for creating the perfume and my name is Makeda and it is wonderful that I can share a name with a true Afrikan Queen. The Queen of Sheba: King Solomon’s Ethiopian Mistress. The Roman historian Josephus calls her Nicaule. The Queen gave birth to Menelik. If we accept the unknown dark part of the world and its history, then we’re admitting there is a divine power right in front of us to give us peace. As for the perfume, I’d love to try it. Her wealth and power was immense. … and who is the next woman we get to learn about in the way? It is also suspected he wrote the Eccelassitas during his purging period to ease his spirit from desiring to be close to his beloved. Thank You for location the True Name of the Queen of Sheba! In the biblical account of King Salomon’s reign, Queen of Sheba attended King Solomon his court at the head of a camel caravan carrying gold, gems, and spices. King Solomon was overjoyed to receive him since his obvious noble bearing, manner, and his uncanny resemblance to his father, King David, was obvious. Thanks, OMG! Thanks Michelyn for having me along for the ride. “Mujaji” Despite the many disparities in the many accounts, there are certain ‘facts’ about the Queen of Sheba that … By the time Minilik reached the ‘Kingdom of the North’, King David’s temple was in danger; where his most valuable tablet was stored, due to the eminent fall and unrest in the ‘Kingdom of the North’. The meeting of the two revered Kingdoms was unheard of in those days, let alone courting since they each governed different lands and Kingdoms, as well as generations of tribal dispute since Noah’s children. Where may I be able to find it? The Queen praised Solomon and heaped him with precious gifts: “And she gave the king 120 talents of gold, large quantities of spices, and precious stones. What’s your take about this story? The King was mystified by her dark beauty and told her all the secrets of his Kingdom and of his God. At life’s crossroad, we view what we think is the end, but God’s plan can span for 3000 years and He knows that it’s only a bend before smoothing out for the right path. Oh how handsome he was. I have always said that, we as a people, are chosen. Here's to Shelley's creativity in blending an originary perfume for this magnificent and beloved queen. although my mother told me i was named after a queen i would maybe not have known it was queen Sheba had you not shared this piece of history so thank you ! Their knowledge and essence became one, and their love the same. Sheba. Your email address will not be published. Mar. The Queen of Sheba appears as a prominent figure in the Kebra Nagast (“Glory of King”), the Ethiopian national epic and foundation story. “She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” Proverbs 31:25, (not sure why there is a guy sleeping under their bed). She let her guards down and let him have his way. Queen Makeda stayed in Jerusalem for six months, during which her union with King Solomon produced Menelik I, who was born while she journeyed back to Ethiopia. The Queen of Sheba, who may have ruled an area in what is now Yemen, had heard stories of Solomon and wanted to find out for herself whether the stories were true.She brought lavish gifts for him and then tested him with hard questions. The Queen of Sheba and Solomon. In his book, "World's Great Men of Color," J.A. Please also see :: Deutoronomy 28* Leviticus 26* Psalms 83* Psalms 137* Obadaih* Revelations 2:9 & 3:9 * and then research the “Trans Atlantic Slave Trade” ..I would really  appreciate it to all that would be willing to do thatt.. If I had a quarter for each time I came to http://www.cafleurebon.com... Great writing. South Africa, continue writing about Queens of Africa its wise of you and its interesting . But instead of disgust, the king was fascinated. The Queen of Sheba and King Solomon are both referenced within the Christian, Hebrew, and Qur'anic (Koran) Biblical accounts (See Table of Nations (Genesis 10:7)). hopefully next time you will write about another queen of Africa like Queen Nandi . They exchanged all their wisdoms, including her spiritual and sacred knowledge. Tamrin has been part of an expedition to Jerusalem supplying material from Ethiopia for the construction of Solomon’s temple. After the Queen of Sheba gives Solomon his gifts, we’re told the Solomon gave her all of her hearts desire, in addition to what he gave her from his royal bounty. Being Black (ጥቁር ነት): – Third View/Energy/Sound. Her perfumes, and spices during the spice trade was what everyone sought. King Solomon, son of King David and Bathsheba, is renowned in the Old Testament for his God-given wisdom and riches.He also had many wives and concubines. The Queen of Sheba, (Hebrew: מַלְכַּת־ שְׁבָא‎, malkat-šəḇā in the Hebrew Bible, Koinē Greek: βασίλισσα Σαβὰ in the Septuagint, Syriac: ܡܠܟܬ ܫܒܐ‎, Ge'ez: ንግሥተ፡ሳባእ፡ ) whose name is not stated, came to Jerusalem "with a very great retinue, with camels bearing spices, and very much gold, and precious stones" (I Kings 10:2). The king had 1000 concubines for his pleasure but none of them could compete with Makeda’s beauty and grace. i have been reading a novel written by Doreen Virtue called Angels of King Soloman….it tells of the relationship of the King and Queen in depth….a must have realy had me engrossed…infact i have read it over three times………. 10:1 When the queen of Sheba heard about Solomon’s reputation with the LORD, she came to test him with difficult questions. He romanced her for six months but she kept him away until one day she couldn’t resist him. The queen’s visit to King Solomon is a fulfillment of Jer. 2018. I'd love to smell that perfume some day! THANKS After reading this history about Makeda “Queen of Sheba” it made me enjoy the song by Les Nubians – Makeda. thank you for the labor spent in identifying WHO the Queen of Sheba was. Some scholars say the Queen of Sheba was also known as Queen Makeda who lived at the same time as King Solomon. shelley's lovely  perfumes always come with their roots in  the society and history -and those are never the made up "stories" written by a creative director of some "advertisement & PR agency". Solomon dined the Queen. The jinn was worried that King Solomon would want to marry this gorgeous black queen. In the Ethiopian Kebra Nagast (Glory of the Kings), the Queen is referred to as Makeda. Congratulations to Shelley for creating something gorgeous and unique for a much misunderstood, and maligned, woman. It was a union that God orchestrated to put the descendents of Ham and Shem back together so they could share the knowledge they’d gathered while they grew apart as two different Kingdoms with different practices. Known to the Ethiopian people as Makeda or Maqueda (ማክዳ mākidā), this queen has been called a variety of names by different peoples in different times. I have come to drag you out of yourself, and take you in my heart. thx to shelley for her creation and to michelyn for putting things in a lovely combination of text and images. Secret of God: Solomon is the pearl holder of the coming Jesus, son of God. to the court of Solomon, king of Israel and descendant of David, is well attested in three ancient sources: the Hebrew Bible, the Islamic Qur᾽an, and the Ethiopian Kebra Nagast (The Glory of Kings). Among them was Tamrin, a great merchant of Queen Makeda of Ethiopia. Beautiful piece of history. He gathered all the knowledge he could master and told the King of the North about the Queen of the South. The Rain queens who send drought to their enemies but cause Rain to fall on their people. Her great-great grandfather was Ham, one of the three sons of Noah. Background Reading: The Queen of Sheba Visits Solomon. The Queen of Sheba gives King Solomon 120 talents of gold, precious stones and the largest quantity of spices ever brought to Jerusalem (1 Kings 10:10). In this version, the Queen of Sheba is known as Makeda, a queen who visited King Solomon’s court after coming to know about his wisdom. Well, more accurately, it was a jinn. Grreat job..the book from babylon to timbuktu goes into detail about solomon and sheba as well.. Gotta damn near give the “elitists” credit though, to whitewash and Ethiopean …. Queen Makeda had often heard of a King from the “Kingdom of the North” who was kin to the LORD; the God that the ‘Kingdom of the North’ worshiped. In his book, "World's Great Men of Color," J.A. 10th century BCE)—known also as Bilqis and as Makeda—figures prominently in Judaic, Islamic, and Ethiopian traditions. Awesome to know of the black lady in the book of Songs of Solomon, and the origin of Ethiopian Jews today. Both felt the intense love unite their soul as one flame commemorating their original wholeness in God. Isaiah 18:7. "She is better known to the world as the Queen of Sheba. 01. Their powerful union was blessed from above and their spiritual connection was apparent to them from the Poems the King wrote (see Song of Songs in the Bible dedicated to his love to God, which he rediscovered through the union with his divine feminine counterpart). what a great story – the historic background and the connection to your perfume's are really cool and interesting. Copyright © 2020 Cafleurebon. Makeda went back to Africa She taught him her tact of business and he taught her God’s wisdom: He taught her the Grace of GOD and she gave him her worldly wealth of perfume, almug trees, gold, spices, and precious stones from her land. Sacred Union is a mystical reunion between a divine man and a divine woman, which creates a third energy through the love of God. She still searched for the one thing that would give her the completion she felt her empire was lacking. enable_page_level_ads: true Thank you so much for sharing this, my name is MACDA too! And King Solomon gave unto the Queen of Sheba all her desire, whatsoever she asked, beside that which Solomon gave her of his royal bounty. Noah from Noah’s Arc story we all know about – more on that later. google_ad_client: "ca-pub-7466014579362478", The Kebra Nagast tells her story with the connection of King Solomon, Menelik I and Ark of the Covenant as, King Solomon sought merchants from all over the world in order to buy materials for the building of the Temple. I have come to bring out the beauty you never knew you had and lift you like a prayer to the sky ~ Rumi. Makeda, also known as Queen of Sheba in the Bible and Bilqis in Quran, ruled during the Kingdom of Kush, which lasted for a period of 1250 years. Made Menelik the King of Sheba. RISE AFRICA, As an Ethiopia I am proud reading your article. King Solomon sent the scriber back with an invitation for the Queen to visit. Rogers, gives this description: "Out of the mists of three thousand years, emerges this beautiful story of a Black Queen, who attracted by the fame of a Judean monarch, made a long journey to see him.". By Black History In The Bible. The Queen of Sheba, also known as Bilkis. Menelik I (Menyelek I) (also known as Ebna la-Hakim, Ibn Al-Hakim, "Son of the Wise") was the only offspring of The Queen of Sheba of the ancient Kingdom of Sheba / Axumite Kingdom.King Solomon of ancient Israel was his father. So, we need peace in the Middle-East to place the Ark-of-Covenant where it belongs! Minilik was also sent home along with 1,000 people from each tribe (12,000 Hebrews), which are part of many movement of Semitics to Ethiopia. Once Queen Makeda departed this earth, Minilik became a king of modern Ethiopia as one of the descendants of Solomon’s seed, thus starting a new string of Adam’s descendants and who are kins (seeds) of Jesus! Thank you, thank you for this you will be rewarded for the truth. They discovered what one lacked, the other had. To King Solomon of Israel she was the Queen of Sheba. But as she challenged his wisdom with hard questions, she knew the rumors of his wisdom were true and that she “was not even told half.” (1 Kings 10:7). “What God has put together, let no man separate.” unknown. In return King Solomon gives the Queen of Sheba gifts and “every desire that she expressed” (1 Kings 10:13). She offered appropriate praise and honored the God, acknowledging His sovereignty. There she condemed the sun-god worship as well as other types of worship and introduced to her people the worship of the True God of King Solomon of Israel. “And king Solomon gave unto the queen of Sheba all her desire, whatsoever she asked, beside that which Solomon gave her of his royal bounty. 13 King Solomon gave the queen of Sheba all she desired— whatever she asked— besides what he had given her out of his royal bounty. However, in this version the Queen and Solomon did not have relations, as they did in the other versions. Your email address will not be published. Sometimes, God has his plans and we are not privy to it. All human beings are children of God; no one is a child of the earth. Your email address will not be published. Queen Makeda was loved by her people. Her intuition and curiosity told her to learn more about his wisdom. – Privacy Policy – Maintained by Charlemagne Web Designs. In 960 B.C., the nation that is now called Ethiopia, came back upon the center of the stage of history. Thank you for the journey, Shelley ! Thank you for sharing this piece of history it has truly made my day <3. But it is only when we learn their true identities that we see how much affection and adoration Solomon had for his favorite Queen. my parents were born and raised in Ethiopia and Eritrea (before they separated). Wonderful story always wanted to know what ny name meant I’m lucky my moms best friend named me after the queen of Sheba. PRINCE. Required fields are marked *, What a beautiful piece of corrective historical writing. Michelyn, your words are magic…and Shelley; having watched you grow and create, i know what goes into your creations. The queen’s Ethiopian origins confirm her foreignness, and suggest that her land is far from the land of monotheistic religions. Rogers, gives this description: , a royal chronicle compiled in Abyssinia in the 14th century, this ancestry reestablished the Solomonic line. According to this tradition, the Queen of Sheba (called Makeda) visited Solomon’s court after hearing about his wisdom. The story of the Queen of Sheba inspired the people of Yemen to tell their own traditional tale. Jasmine Sambac, base of Oud,and cedarwood ("The beams of our house are cedar. Beautifully written, I just love it when the work we do is put into its historical context. this story has always been a favorite. Let’s zerraff individually and come together after to bring the light back to the world. After one lunar cycle (six months), the queen had to return to her land with reluctance. And there was an Ethiopian, a eunuch, a court official of Candace, queen of the Ethiopians, who was in charge of all her treasure. Thanks,information like this is important to our young women of color,to lift their heads up high and say that we are just what God say we are"We Are Fearfully And Wonderfully Made,& full of all kind of POWER,Thanks again. Tamrin had a chance to sit court with the King. [c] This offering will be brought to the Lord’s place on Mount Zion. Knowing that, he was able to transcend into surrendering his tight control and lead the country with more compassion. Makeda and her entourage stayed for several months, and Solomon became smitten with the beautiful Ethiopian queen. I’ve always wondered what name she went by, and even more so now that I’m correctly being taught and learning from the Bible. I have been looking for myself ~ Rumi. She yearned for something in her heart; something that couldn’t be quenched with all the material things, political power, devotion and diligence she had amassed through hard work. This is just what  would expect from Shelley; authenticy matched with beauty. Her legendary voyage to meet Solomon, King of Israel, has inspired centuries of speculation about her kingdom and influence in the ancient world. He doubted God and the wisdom bestowed to him. Thank you Shelley! To this day, Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity retains a strong emphasis on this story and each church keeps and maintains a replica of the Ark (Arc) of the Covenant—a symbol of the connection between Queen Makeda – Queen of Sheba – and Solomon the Wise; including the depiction of  the sacred union, which are part of the importance religious story. In Islamic tradition she was called Balqis or Balkis by the Arabians, who say she came from the city of Sheba, also called Mareb, in Yemen or Arabia Felix. 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They exchan… I am the same as he. The queen was rebirthed with knowledge of: Conversation is like making love; the man is the question, the woman the answer, and the union of both will bear fruit. My parents were born in Eritrea and Ethiopia (before they separated) and the children there pronounce my name Makeda , so we have the same name i find this interesting. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ The union can awaken each soul to recognize how each one of us reflect God’s divine love in this life’s journey and we put our refection together, we can see His divine work by lighting up the world. Queen Makeda further succeeded the Kingdom her father entrusted her in, by bringing her country to the power stage in the world by expanding her Kingdom as far as India. In his royal gardens Solomon waltzed the Queen. j. Gorgeous story – and I am sure the scent is just as lovely! Thank you everyone for such kind and heart-warming comments. I  would love to read more on Makeda (any recommendation? She inherited the Kingdom of Kush from her father, King Agabos, when he departed this world. The story of Solomon and Sheba is well known as one of love. So she turned and … Public Domain . When the Queen heard of the wise King, especially the fact that he possessed the powerful knowledge from his God, she started her six-month trip to the north to test him herself by asking him hard questions. Thanks for the great article. In the Kebra Negast (“The Glory of Kings”) of Ethiopia this story is retold but developed further. Wow at least I’ve come to know my originality as Iam the grand son of Queen of Sheba tribe called Falashas, ok we scattered from Ethiopia to east Africa till great lake regions we as Tutsi tribes from Rwanda, basoni from Burundi, Bahima from Uganda, Bahema from D.R.Congo we Banyamurenge from D.R.Congo wawawaw may God be Praised for having known my tribe when it was renewed in 960 B.C African proverb. King Solomon wrote the proverbs and his famous poem, The Song of Songs to his beloved. Queen Makeda was convinced that Solomon’s prosperity and wisdom were most certainly attributed to his God, Yahweh. The Queen of Sheba … 12 The king made the almug wood into steps for the house of the LORD and for the king’s palace, and into lyres and harps for the singers. This is a great story to tell over and over again. A somewhat nebulous figure, the Queen of Sheba (fl. Required fields are marked *, An Ancient battle cry to pride oneself and others, ” – His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, King of Kings and Elect of God, very surprisingly Twins in this depiction. You show your worth by what you seek ~Rumi. But after much agony (see Eccelassitas), he was able to alchemize the lessons from GOD, which is the answer and the love he sought is inside of him, which is love. and the Philistines from Caphtor, and the Syrians from Kir?” – Amos 9:7. )…now I must find Shelly's perfume, too. Here, the queen’s name is Makeda, ruler of Ethiopia, who is told of the wonders of Jerusalem under Solomon’s reign by a merchant named Tamrin. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Your email address will not be published. He heard it from — no joke — a genie in his court. Thank you for illuminating this powerful woman and her precious gifts of fragrance,  Michelyn. This is a perfect piece of history. The King and the Queen were a clam with two pearls in it, with a lot in common. Queen of Sheba, Arabic Bilqīs, Ethiopian Makeda, (thrived 10th century BCE), as per Jewish and Islamic traditions, queen of the Saba (or Sheba) Kingdom in Southwest Arabia. Her encounter with Israel's King Solomon 3,000 years ago is legendary. In fact, it exists ever since the first man appeared on Earth. Queen Makeda learns from Tamrin, a merchant based in her kingdom, about the wisdom of King Solomon, and travels to Jerusalem to visit him. She frequently heard, from travelers passing through, that not only was this King brilliant intellectually, but also that his Lord had given him wisdom—a great King revered and powerful. “Ethiopia has existed for 3,000 years. }); Makeda, according to lore and legend, is the mysterious and majestic Queen of Sheba, and the beloved of King Solomon of Judea. He doubted that God loved him. Ethiopia was then represented by a queen, who in some books is referred to as "Makeda. He had come to Jerusalem to worship” Acts 8:27. In the Ethiopian account her name is given as Makeda, the name most often associated with her.The queen's visit in the tenth century b.c.e. ~ Arabian Proverb. it all came together on this one Rodney . Though her origin is contested, the Queen of Sheba also known as Makeda is at the core of Ethiopian mythology. All Rights Reserved. In a royal banquet Solomon wined the Queen. To find peace on earth, the tablet has to be put back where it belongs. This tablet brought God to the Land of the South and ever since then Ethiopians have been stomping the ground with prayers from all sectors of religions (Christians, Muslims, Jews (Bete Israel)), so God could hear them at all times. In 960 B.C., the nation that is now called Ethiopia, came back upon the center of the stage of history. Thank you for this great insite, very interesting, Michelyn. "She is better known to the world as the Queen of Sheba. In a royal dance… Then Solomon kissed the Queen. The love of God doesn’t have expectations, resistances or attachments. Cannot wait to try it!! Ethiopia was then represented by a queen, who in some books is referred to as "Makeda. Why am I seeking? 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