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Odù, Ìwòrì bogbè

Odù, Ìwòrì bogbè cast for today’s Òsè Ifá

Looking at the Odù, Ìwòrì bogbè cast for today’s Òsè Ifá, it could be said that sometimes our detractors feel they are hurting us but they don’t know they are pushing us to wealth. Just listen to this stanza from ...

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The Generalization of Ifa.

What do I mean by this? Not all messages in Ifa are meant to be generalized. Ifa is mostly personalized for individuals. If the same Odu gave birth to us, that doesn’t mean we have the same destiny, and it’s ...

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Ifá ní yini yini kí eni le se òmíràn

Adífáfún ifátérú tí se omokùnrin ìgódó,Èdùmàrè àwa yìn ó kí o tún le se òmírán.🙏🙏😒😒😒I give thanks to Elédùmarè, for everything he has done for me, orí modupe, Ifa modupe, Egbe aye ati t’òrun modupe lowo yin.😍😍😍🥰🥰🙂 Thanks to everyone ...

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Ògúndá Méjì: Odù

Ògúndá Méjì.It is a fact that there is anxiety all over the World as a result of coronavirus pandemic. This is a challenge to all faiths. What else can we do other than supplication and offering. Looking at Odù, “Ògúndá ...

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Ifa books at affordable prices (now in stock)

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Ifa, A Complete Divination By Ayo Salami.

Look for this book: IFA, A COMPLETE DIVINATION by Ayo Salami. It is excellent.

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Ìwà Pẹ̀lẹ́ (Good Character)

Ìwà Pẹ̀lẹ́(Good Character) is ultimately the basis of moral conduct in Yorùbá Culture and a core defining attribute of an Ọmọlúwàbí. Also, One of the basic concepts of Indigenous Tradition, as the welfare and development in life.

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Truths of ìfá

Truths of ìfá

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odu ifa

Àse Ifá

Àse Ifá ( supplication) from Ejiogbe at our Temple, Indigene Faith of Africa(Ijo Orunmila Ato) Inc today, Ose Ifa, 25th January 2020 titled Èyónú Àwon Ìyà mi Àjé lósunwònÌbínú won kò dára Affection of Our Powerful Spiritual Mothers ( Great ...

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Traditionists need 5 public holidays like Christians and Muslims too

The allegations and counter allegations by the two dominant religious body - Muslims and Christians is a worrisome issue that every Nigerian should be concerned about. In this opinion, Aanu Adegun, writes on the need to allow traditionalists have their own holidays if the two religious truly want fairness, equity and justice as they claimed.

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