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Orisha Osun/Oshun is the divinity of soft waters.

She is a divinity of charm, burst, beauty, seduction. Its aspects are found in its hounsis which are very attractive to people with a crazy natural charm.It is a divinity of joy who does not like quarrels, the spite, the ...

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What Ifa says in Òtúrá’Gàsá (Ótúrá Òsá)

Ifá Is Not For The LazyWhen people see competent Babaláwo and Ìyánífás, all they see is their flexible appointments, “easy life” they live, respect and honor they command and their “smooth and peaceful life”, especially when they don’t work under ...

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#OloJoFestival 2019

Aboru Aboye Òlojó Festival 2019

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ifa

Oodua Ifa Chief priests

Oodua priests of ifa are known as babalawo (fathers of secrets). Trained from their youth in the rituals of divination, they are masters of a vast corpus of oral literature known as ese ifa often referred to as containing the ...

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ifa

Ìkúnlè-Abiyamợ : De una madre a su Hijo

Ẹ̀là mo yìn bọrú.Ẹ̀là mo yìn bọyè.Ẹ̀là mo yìn bọ’ṣíṣẹ. Ìkúnlè-Abiyamợ. De una madre a su Hija: Por tener el cuidado apropiado “respeto” para conmigo como su madre, yo estoy totalmente convencida que Ìkúnlè Abiyamợ le bendecirá y la reembolsará ...

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Egbe

What is Egbe (Egg-beh) in English ?

Egbe (Egg-beh) is a Yoruba word, which literally means society or groups. Egbe Orun (Orun means heaven), is our spirit group or companions associated with us from heaven. Here, “Heaven” means from which ever realm you lived within the universe. ...

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oodua

Oòduà Words Of the Week

Báyií – This is how, Báwo? -How? Bákan – Somehow, Bádé – Arrived withBálo =Go withBárò =Commeserate

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Hand of Ifa

Hand of Ifa

It is an important and powerful tool to have . It puts you on course with Orunmila , Divination and deeper understanding to things that are coming . If your journey is taking you towards Ifa and you want to begin connecting ...

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YORUBA: Visions of Africa

Author: Babatunde Lawal Title: YORUBA: Visions of Africa This book is an illuminating exploration of Yoruba artistic culture by Babatunde Lawal, professor of African and African Diaspora Art at the Virginia Commonwealth University. It is highly recommended. Please get your ...

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Esu Alaje

About Esu Alaje #EsuIsNotSatan

Aboru aboye!!! Esu Alaje is the one that we call to bring us prosperity because he is the owner of prosperity, and he will also protect the owners against all evils.If you have a work that need to bring you ...

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