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Iyawo Elese Oosun: The new Olori wasn’t stepping on blood !

Iyawo Elese Oosun. Please lets ask from those who are knowledgeable instead of guessing, if anyone is ignorant of Yoruba customs and tradition. There’s no where in Yoruba tradition where the bride is required to step over blood as part ...

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What is the Name of your Orisa?

I love all of my Orisha but I’m definitely an Ogun baby

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20th Century Opon Ifá divination Tray

An early 20th Century Opon Ifá divination tray, from the collection of the Brooklyn Museum An Opon Ifá (known as La Mesa de Ifá in Latin America) is a divination tray used in traditional African and Afro-American religions , notably ...

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Ogbe Ika

Ogbe Ika: The importance of non-verbal language.

II I I I II I II I Ogbe Ika indicates Ofo Ase expressed externally like light and focused behavior. To state Ogbe Ika is related to the inner Ofo Ase means to explore the fantastic world of unconscious language, ...

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Happy Ose sango!

Igba ara lanbura enikan kinbu sango lerun adifafun olukoso laalu arabambi Omo arigba ota Segun onbelarin ota onfi ojo jumo konminu ajogun. Tani Peri oba to oo Emi oo operire alade..Sango yiobawa Segun gbogbo Otawa aori tiwase.. Happy Ose sango,sango ...

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Ifa – (16 Odu)

Ejiogbe 1 Ifa warn us to be truthful at all time. Be truthful, upright and honest. you may not be rich or have material things like others but you must be truthful and will not end up in disarray. Oyeku ...

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araba ifa sermon

Oro isiti

My divine message (Oro isiti) at our House of Worship, Indigene Faith of Africa (Ijo Orunmila Ato) Inc on Saturday 29th September 2018 was taken from “Ogunda Fun” summarized below :- Akole- Ase ojo ti eniyan yoo lo laye nbe ...

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isese lagba

I stand firm with Isese, What about you?

I keep on wondering how these pastors are fabulously rich establishing private universities here and there and possessing private jets etc. Food for thought 1. Where did Isese( Yoruba traditions) go wrong for foreign ideology to so dominate our lives? ...

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Ifa: Oroororo is the babalawo of Oloro

By Oloye Abifarin A friend came to me who is also a young babalawo, he said he’s new on cast of Ifá for people in diaspora. He told me that he cast Ifá for one of his friend who’s an African ...

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Agganyu orisa

Facts about Orisha Agganyu

Written by Oluwo Fayemiwo Olokun‎ Agganyu also spelled Aganyu, Agganju, Argayú or Agayu Sola) is the orisha of volcanos. He is also the ferryman that helps people cross the river, and some lineages say Aggayú is the orisha of deserts. There ...

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