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ifa ni

Won’t You Appreciate Good Things If You See One? Please Listen To This;

Olu sola Edumare sogo Iwori wo’tura Eni ti o ba ri ohun ewa ti ko wo A d’otosi Translation God creates wealth Glory be to God Iwori, look at Otura Whoever sees a thing of beauty and doesn’t appreciate it ...

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odu obara

See What Odu Erindilogun(Obara) Teaches us

The Odu Erindilogun(Obara) teaches us that there are two things we must to do accomplish anything great in life. First, we must live and venerate our ancestral culture, treating it as the reservoir with which water our farms. Secondly, we ...

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Mungo Park

Yoruba name for River Niger is ODO OYA

The actual Yoruba name for River Niger is ODO OYA (River Oya) before the colonial man named Mungo Park changed it.

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Initiation to Osun sèngèsé Olóòyayùn, a w’ede we’mo!!!

This is what I call art work in Orisa spirituality. So beautiful and unique. Osun a gbe wa ooo. Ase!!!

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University of African art presents Awo Luis Emilio Marin

The University of African art is proud to present Awo Luis Emilio Marin in a discussion of sacred and secular art this Tuesday, October 11. Time: 1pm Miami, Florida 1pm Austin, Texas; 2pm New York, NY; 7pm Lagos, Nig; 6pm ...

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Misinterpretation Of Yoruba Word Akalamagbo

Good day my people, how was your night? Hope it was greatly enjoyed, I wish you all a enjoyable weekend. This morning I just want to correct the misinterpretation of Yoruba word for those of you that didn’t understood it ...

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Oluwo Fasola Urges FG To Declare Every August 20 Public Holidays

A foremost expert on Yoruba culture and tradition and the Chairman, Ancestral Pride Temple Limited, Ota, Ogun State, Oluwo (Dr.) Faniyi Babatunde Fasola, has called on the Federal Government to recognize the importance of the role of herbal medical practitioners ...

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ifa ni

Ifa will continue to bless us all. Asé!!!

Now let’s talk about you!!! Why do you complain to much? Why do you always think you are the only one facing the whole world problem? Why do you always feel down over little things? Get over any situation you ...

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initiating into ifa

Tomorrow begins yesterday….

Initiating Ifa future today. Photo credit –  Moyo Okediji

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Yoruba Writing Studies…

A 1. Yoruba writing entails three tones. Dò, Re, Mí. 2. Dò is a back slant. 3. Re is neutral and unmarked. 4. Mí is a forward slant. B Examples 1. Ðòdò= fried plantain. 2. Rere= goodness 3. Mímí= breathing.

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