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ose tura Ọ̀sẹ́ Òturá The Role Of Women

Ọ̀sẹ́ Òturá: The Role Of Women

“Baba Oyo,” I said one afternoon when I was alone with him, “you are very soft, too gentle, with Iya Oyo. You are not like all the other Baba I know.”Baba Oyo laughed. “What does too gentle mean?”“I really don’t ...

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Yemoja

Yemoja, Òrìsà of all waters

My mother that blesses people from deep waters Òrìsà that cleans me inside outLet there be peace in my soulPreserve me always from danger in the ocean of this life. Let this water arrest every unclean material in my body ...

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Sango

Sango: The 3rd King of Oyo Kingdom

Sango was a royal ancestor of Oodua. He was the third king of the Oyo Kingdom. He succeeded Ajaka, son of Oranmiyan. His symbol is a double-headed axe, which represents swift and balanced justice. Mythologically, he (and 14 others) burst ...

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importance Of woman

Ogbe Otura: The Importance of women in all that we do.

In a world where gender equality seems impossible and men always feel superior. The stand of ifa as we’ve seen in many odu shows that as long as men still think they are superior or could sideline and do without ...

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The Coronation of The 21st Olu of Warri Event

Live Event Video: The Coronation of The 21st Olu of Warri

The Coronation of The 21st Olu of Warri Event

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ifa oodua

Aku ójúmó Toni 🌴

Asiku ose ifa osun egbe Ori Toni 🌴Ifa ni ibo legbe ibo lawure adifa fun orunmila baba yio so akapo re di oba ebo lawo nikose inje enitoba fe laje komo setutu ibo legbe ibo lawure.enitoba fe laya komo setutu ...

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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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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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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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cancel culture

Brave New Cancel Culture World

If we need a date when the West started to go seriously wrong, let’s start with Rome in the early 5th century By Pepe Escobar with permission and first posted at Asia Times In 2020, we saw the enshrinement of techno-feudalism ...

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