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A Lecture on Oshun and Gelefun: Ara Obinrin Gelefun includes; Oshun, Yemoja and Oya

Agbo ato. I am reposting a lecture I gave on Iyaami while I re set my brain to continue the conversation on the deliberate suppression of ocult wisdom A Lecture on Oshun and Gelefun by Awo Fa’lokun Fatunmbi Ara Obinrin ...

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Yemoja (Yemanja/Lemanja) – The Goddess of fertility and love

Translated Version! Yemoja is one of the most important female deity in Yoruba spirituality, that has a very close association with water elements. Yemoja is a Goddess of fertility and love because Yemoja name her self means mother of many ...

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Beyoncé Praises The Yoruba Goddess Of Water, Yemoja, In New Poem To Her Unborn Twins

The poem titled “i have three hearts” which she posted on her website, reads: “I’m watching life inside me grow; there’s life growing inside of me and i’m beside myself with dreams. was it your voice i heard? you speak ...

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Statue of Yemoja by artist Abayomi Barber

Yemoja is meditative trance. What is key to understanding it is that trance is a state when you lose partial to full consciousness of the external world and enter a receptive internal state, i.e., programming. Sleep is the perfect example ...

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Yemoja is River

Yemoja is River, the essence of Motherhood, Mother Nurturer, Mother Of All Orisas And A Protector Of Children….‪ #‎Yemoja‬# ‪#‎Priestess‬# #‪#‎Proudly‬ Olorisa# ‪#‎Crown‬ Orisa#… Eeepa Omi Ooooo! Iyalorisa Omitonade Ifawemimo‎

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Quote of the Day ! Yemoja Bembe

Yemoja Bembe (Celebration) on September 7, 2014 at Rockaway Beach Photo “There is a reason why people gather every year by the beach. There’s also a reason why they continue to gather annually, because of the gains of previous years” ...

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Indeed, motherhood is divine.. Yemoja ye ye ye! Yemoja o!

To see her is to be fulfilled. To know her is to be loved. She is the nurturing mother who supports her children with tenderness. Indeed, motherhood is divine! Some of us have lost our mothers too soon and we ...

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University of Ifa Student: What is the difference between an Olorisa and an Iyalorisa or Babalorisa?

All responses needed. Photo: Yemoja priestess praising Yemoja at the River.

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