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Meaning of ÀSÉ(Ashe)

Many people asking me what’s meaning of (ÀSÉ) Ase (pronounced “ah-sheh”; also spelled ashe) Yoruba words often have mupltiple meanings: Ase is generally defined as “the power to make things happen” and also refers to the spiritual life force that ...

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Exclusive! Banji Akintoye exposed deep secrets about Buhari, Tinubu & Sunday Igboho (3)

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Photos From Osun-sengese Pilgrimage 2021.

With the ongoing ifa-agbaye 2021 tours, moved to Igede-ekiti today to pay homage to the 1st Orisun-osun of the universe. Oooooogaju leni…The whole success was rewarded to the Olodumare (the supreme being)…We all went, saw, and conquered…Osun-sengese ati ifa-oduede seun ...

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benin

Benin

When Benin was Benin The same Benin in 1956. Oba of Benin, Oba Akenzua 11, bowing to Queen Elisabeth and her husband Prince Philip in Benin. On the far left is Chief Obafemi Awolowo (Premier Of Western Region)

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esu is not satan

Èṣù is not Satan!

Face the consequences of your actions, hold yourself responsible for your deeds, misdeeds and successes. Don’t blame your mistakes or shift blame on Èsù…Èṣù is not Satan!Èṣù is not evil!Èṣù is not devilish!Èṣù is the wealth of a Nation 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Taboo (ÈÈWỌ̀)

The concept of taboo can’t be over-emphasized as far as our Isese community is concerned. The concept of taboo is as old as man, because, during the creation of the earth, Elédùmarè instructed Ọbàtálá to be in charge of creation ...

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prof Moyo Okediji

The Dilemma Of Abandoning Your Language

By Prof. Moyo OkedijiFor the first time in my life, I traveled out of Nigeria in 1983 to visit London for a solo exhibition of my work at the Africa Center.Rufus Orisayomi had arranged the exhibition for me.Tunde Fagbenle and ...

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Who is Orisa Aje How does it work?

In Yoruba culture and spirituality Orisa Aje is known as female offspring of Olokun. Hence Orisa Aje is been refer to as Aje Olokun ,better put in Ifa spiritual parlance Aje Olokun Seni Ade.It is believe in Yoruba spirituality that ...

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women

Women Can Touch Ifa During Monthly Period.

It’s high time people knew that women monthly period is not a sign of dirtyness or something forbidden but a sign of hope and strength according to Ifa.A woman can pray and touch her ifa when on her period.Their are ...

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Orisa ori

Orí: The first Òrìṣà…

Orí is the first Òrìṣà to be praised. It is our connection to Àṣẹ. It is the one that guides, accompanies and helps person since before birth, during all life and after death and assisting in the fulfillment of one’s ...

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