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Ifa priests Blame Christians & Muslims for the Boko Haram insurgency

On Thursday, when Ifa priests from all across Nigeria gathered to pray in Ibadan, the group blamed Christians and Muslims for the boko haram insurgency currently plaguing the nation. Professor Idowu Odeyemi, President of the International Council for Ifa Religion,said, “Nigeria is neither a Christian nor a Muslim nation. Nigeria is a nation of Africa spirituality; before Arabs and European invaders..Islam and Christianity are the foreign colonialism imperialism religion lie. Now that this two religions have boxed Nigeria into a corner of confusion, violence, chaos and anomie, practitioners of African religion and spirituality have now stepped in to halt the rot”.Go back to your roots.

Ifa The true Religion of Yorubas.Sixteen is the number of cosmos. In the Beginning, Olodumare (God) gave the Orisa Orunmila a flawless method of communication between himself and the Orisa called Ifa. Ifa is linked to destiny through the Ifa the true religion of Yorubas . Sixteen is the number of cosmos; it represents the primal order that issued from the unity of Olodumare.

(Sixteen is also a significant number in the world of computers.) When the world was first created, it spread out from an original palm tree that stood at the center of the world at Ile-Ife. The palm tree had sixteen branches, which formed the four cardinal points and the sixteen original quarters of Ile-Ife. In political terms, Odudua, the first oni of Ife, fathered sixteen sons who founded the sixteen original kingdoms of the Yoruba. On a deeper level still, Orunmila taught the art of divination to his sixteen sons; they, in turn, passed it down to the Babalawos who practice it today.

Through the linked concepts of order, creation, and destiny, the number sixteen represents the variables of the human condition, the sixteen possible situations of human life. For the Yoruba, the sixteen principle signs are called Odu or Olodu, from each of which are drawn sixteen subordinate

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