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The 21st Olu Of Warri Coronation

Join us on the 21st of August as we celebrate the coronation of the 21st Olu of Warri kingdom.

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Nollywood

How does Nollywood present Orisa houses?

“Virtually everything they havve learned about an Orisa house (or temple) comes from Nollywood films and their Christian and Muslim clerics. How does Nollywood present Orisa houses? In the worst possible forms, to scare people, to malign and demonize the ...

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sango festival

Video: Sango Festival 2021 In South Carolina, U.S.A

Sango Festival 2021 at Oyotunji Village, South Carolina, USA

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Ijesa tedo

Ijesa o sun Òré: What I Heard From Our Elders

Do you know it is not IJESA OSERE (Ìjẹ̀sà an entertainer) ?It is Ijesa o sun Òré (Ijesa do not sleep on Òré)Òré is a mat (ẹnì ore) and there is history about itLet me explain.“Òré “is a kind of ...

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Orisa ori

Meet The most important Orisa

Orí is the most important Òrìsà amongst all the Òrìsà who can help us. There is no Òrìsà that guides one without his/her Orí. It is our Orí that leads us to Òrìsà. Learn first about your Orí before receiving ...

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esu is not satan brazil

#EsuIsNotSatan: Brazil Invoked Esu, Message Olodumare

By Adeyinka Olaiya/Brazil The Oodua tradition took a drastic evolution this weekend in Brazil , Candomblé traditionalists , the devotees of Brazil’s version of the Oodua tradition invoked the presence of Esu at the crossroads of Anhangábau, Saopaulo, Brazil. The ...

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itefa

10 Things You Must Know About Ìtefá

IFÁ initiation or ÌTEFÁ is a way of founding solution to life problems, it’s also a means of rebranding of bad destiny because it foresee what we were destined to do on the earth, also the best way to discover ...

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esu is not satan

#EsuIsNotSatan: Acknowledgement of Esu Odara by Ifa and Orisa Practitioners is the beginning of wisdom.

The reason why Orunmila and Esu are inseparable. Don’t forget, OUR ESU IS NOT SATAN.Just listen to the stanza from Ejiogbe.Ponripon sigidi awo inu igboOgogoro awo IjamoBi ore ba dun ladunju a ma dabi iyekanAdifa fun Orunmila ti nlore ba ...

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Dashiki

Dashiki: The History of a Radical Garment

Dive into the unique history and revolutionary politics of the symbolic West African garment. DIASPORA—The dashiki is clothing as politics. It might not exactly seem that way in its present state—a revived, streetwear trend largely associated with the intricate and ...

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I was born into a Deeper Life Family – Babalawo Oluwo Olakunle reveals

Oluwo Olawole Olakunle doesn’t fit the expected idea of ​​how a babalawo should look. He uses the latest gadgets and he is just twenty nine years old. In this interview with Abisola Alawode, he reveals his family background, how his ...

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