Happy world Ifa Festival to all the traditionalist around the globe.
Irinwó imolè, igba imolè, Olódùmarè yóò gba gbogbo irè wa, àmódùn á jù báyìí lo. We shall all witness more of it on earth.
‘Ki Ọ́JỌ́ 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 10,065th of the Yoruba Calendar (Kojoda, which means “May The Day Be Foreseen”). The New Year begins on June 3rd (Okodu 3) of the Gregorian Calendar. This means, 10,065th year of recorded Yoruba history since the establishment of the calendar according to Scholars by Orunmila. However we used to have ...