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Orí ejò

Orí ejò

Bí kò bá sí ọpẹ́lọpẹ́ orí, à bá tí mú ejò digi lókoÌtàkùn mà lejòKíni yoo bá ejò ṣẹ́gun Orí ejò ní yoo bá ejò ṣẹ́gun Orí ejò Mo sé ní ìwúre pe orí kálukú wa yoo báwa ṣẹ́gun ọ̀tá gbogboAkò ní ...

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European Ancestor Versus Oodua Ancestor Which One Marches Your Dna

European Ancestor Versus Oodua Ancestor: Which One Marches Your DNA?

OODUA Ancestors are well over 50,000years old in existence; While European Ancestors conscripted by the Roman Vatican are not more that 5,000years old in existence. According to Archeological research reports. How can a reasonable human being abandoned honouring his Ancestor ...

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olodumare

What The Abrahamic apologists want us to believe

Telling our stories begins from looking into the doings of our forebears and excavating the knowledge database resulting from the cultural practices of our ancestors. For so long, we have heard about who we really are from a people who ...

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araba adisa

Photo: Araba Adisa Mokorowale with Prof. Moyo Okediji July 26, 2017.

Adieu He was never stingy with his knowledge without asking for a penny. He was patient, kind and nurturing. He taught me more than I could handle and gave me unfettered access to his entire resources. Ó di gbéré Ó ...

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himba people offer

Himba, the Namibia Race that Offers S3x To Guests

The interesting and unique people of the Himba race inspired the character ‘Binti’ in Nnedi Okorafor’s novella trilogy ‘Binti’.  Many fascinating facts about the Himba people, who are also the most photographed race in Africa, make it imperative to meet ...

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Egungun Song

Check out this Interesting Egungun Song !

“There are some things about songs, expecially traditional songs, they are not just songs but vital messages that you will need to sit and break down to understand them. Last week, i was interviewed and ask that how can our ...

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Nigerian Police Working against their Ancestors: Police arrested Pros.Moyo Okediji for building ÀKÒDÌ ÒRÌṢÀ.

*Political Correctness working against Cultural Openness It was reported a few days ago that the Nigerian police single handedly decided to arrest a professor in Ifa, Professor Moyo Okediji  for building ÀKÒDÌ ÒRÌṢÀ. See the short report of the event that went ...

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Bon-Odori: Egungun Festival in Japan

  Obon (お盆) or just Bon (盆) is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one’s ancestors. This Buddhist-Confucian custom has evolved into a family reunion holiday during which people return to ancestral family places and visit and ...

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The Yoruba culture did not come from Kemet !

The Yoruba culture did not come from Kemet. The Kemetic culture came from the Yoruba via the intermediate African cultures like the Nok, Sao, and Kushites, all of whom are thousands of years older than Kemet. The Yoruba-Fon invented the ...

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olokun

30th-31st, Save The Date! It’s annual Obatala Festival Coming up at Igangan oyo state.

Today and tomorrow 30th/31st it’s our annual Obatala Festival Coming up at Igangan oyo state. No retreat no surrender. May God Continue to bless Our Father the Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land For his unrelenting effort. Moving train… Let’s go ...

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