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But their religion and hair style has become more widely accepted, largely thanks to the success of the most famous dreadlock wearer of them all: Bob Marley [source: Barrett, Price, Mastalia].
The Rastafari movement began in the 1930s in Jamaica, as a small sect that believed that Haile Selassie I, who became the emperor of Ethiopia in 1930, was the Messiah.
Rastas see dreadlocks as a way to keep themselves in a pure state of nature as God intended.
Because hair naturally becomes matted when it isn't styled or combed, prehistoric humans must have worn their hair in a style similar to dreadlocks, until they invented combs and other utensils. Often, dreadlocks become a symbol of religious devotion, an ascetic's vow not to alter God's creation through grooming.
Dreadlocks have been discovered on mummies in Peru, dating back to sometime between A. In Ethiopia, priests in Christian Coptic churches have worn dreadlocks for hundreds of years.