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Tàgiiri

Tàgiiri

Tàgiiri ma yí nìsó Ara rẹ lokùn Ara rẹ ní ajé gbe ńso

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eyele

Ẹ̀yẹ̀lé

Yiyẹ̀ lonyẹ́ ẹ̀yẹ̀lé, Ayé ayẹ̀ wá kàlẹ̀, Rirọ lonrọ àdábà lọrún, Ayé yio rọrún fún wá jẹ̀,

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Ifá naa ki bayi wipe: Osa Alawure (Osa Otura) – Otua Meji

Ekaaro eyin eniyan mi, aojiire bi? Aku isinmi ana o, adura wa yio gba, ori buruku koni je tiwa loni o Àse. Mo nfi akoko yi nki gbogbo onisese patapata kaakiri agbaye wipe aku aseyori odun ifá agbaye o , a ku odun a sin ku iyedun o, emin wa yio se pupo re ninu ola ati idera lase Eledumare.

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ifa

Geomancy Is A Form Of Ifa!

The most outrageous and misleading statement about Ifa I yet have heard is that Ifa is part of some Arab culture, and that it is geomancy.

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KṒJṒDÁ Aseyi Samodun O! Happy New Year 10,061

KṒJṒDÁ: Aseyi Samodun O! (Happy New Year 10,061 !)

KṒJṒDÁ” – ‘Ki ṓjṓ dá: Meaning; May The Day Be Clear or Foreseen; is the name of Yórúbà Calendar. Akù Odùn Tìtún o! Eyìn Omo Yórubà nìlè lókó, léyín ódì!It is 10,061 of the Yoruba Calendar (Kojoda, which means “May ...

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okudu

Ẹ Káàbọ̀ sí oṣù tuntun

Oṣù Òkúdù á yanjú gbogbo ohun tí ó ń dùn wá lọ́kàn Ẹnikẹ́ni ò sì ní bá wa du’re ayọ̀ wa. @AlamojaYoruba

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orisa oya

ỌYA: The Guardian Of The Realm Between Life And Death

Ọya is one of the very powerful African Goddesses (Orisa). A Warrior-Queen, she is the sister-wife of the God Sango, to whom she gave the energy to produce storms. A lot of Ọya’s power is rooted in the natural world; ...

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Bí ewúrẹ́ bá bojú wo ẹ̀yìn

Á fi èpè fún elépè Mo sé ní ìwúre wípé gbogbo ọ̀tá tí o bá ń robi tàbí sebi sí èmi àti ẹ̀yin lẹ́yìn yoo ma fí orí ara wọn gbe láṣẹ Ọlọ́run Olódùmarè Àsẹ Eu oro para que qualquer inimigo ...

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omo

Ọmọ: Ẹ̀bùn Edùmarè !

Ẹ̀bùn Edùmarè ni ọmọ Ẹ̀rí ìfẹ́ rẹ̀ sí wa ni wọ́n Èdùmàrè à ń bẹ̀ ọ́ Bá wa wo àwọn èwe yè Fi wọ́n fún àwọn tí ń wojú rẹ fún ẹ̀bùn wọn Má ṣe jẹ́ kí wọ́n kú mọ́ ...

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Òrúnmìlà

The Fact That Adó Ewi Is The Home Of Òrúnmìlà Is Undisputable.

Although, we all known that Ile-Ife is the cradle of all Yoruba race, and it is a sacred town that all the deities descended to, so any orisa can be celebrated there, but when they lived many years in otu Ifè,

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