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Check out what Ifa says on monogamy & polygamy In Òyèké Méjì.

“What does ifa say about monogamy and polygamy? In Òyèké Méjì, Ifa says: Òkan soso poro l’obirin dun mo l’owo oko To bá di meji A di ijogbon Tó bá di meta A di eta-itule To bá di merin Won ...

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oyeku meji

Oyeku Meji, the Averter of Death !

Oyeku Meji, the Averter of Death, Oyeku Meji, the Averter of Death, Oyeku Meji, the Averter of Death, I call upon you three times. I beg you, Averter of Death, if Death is coming my way, help us to avert ...

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Sixteen Great Poems of Ifa  by Wande Abimbola

Check out Sixteen Great Poems of Ifa  by Wande Abimbola

Profesor Moyo Okediji will be introducing African classic to my friends. Book title: Sixteen Great Poems of Ifa Author: Wande Abimbola First published, UNESCO, 1975. New edition: 2015, University Press PLC, Have you read any African classics? Don’t be deceived: these classics ...

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itefa

Ifa Initiation: What is “ITEFA” ?

Ifa Initiation “ITEFA” is a process recommended by Olodumare that we should do whenever we want to; 1. reclaim our lost blessing 2. get rid of negativities 3. get in tune with the Universal energies 4. know who we truly ...

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iyanifa

What is the ethical relationship between a babalawo/iyanifa and the client?

By Prof. Moyo Okediji Is it proper or ethical for the babalawo or iyanifa to sleep with a client, or with a student learning from them? What does Ifa say about that sort of relationship–because there is a power imbalance ...

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oyeku meji

Oyeku Meji

The womb of all learning, Oyeku, the most robust palm tree Wearing sixteen elegant fronds On her face, arranged in eight parallel rows like a stream of sweet water Flowing from the palm wine Of maternal infinities Removing death from ...

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ifa

Generalization of Ifa: What is the meaning of this?

Not all messages in Ifa is meant to be generalized. Ifa is mostly personalized for individuals. If the same Odu gave birth to us, that doesn’t mean we have the same destiny and it’s not mandatory that all we do ...

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ifa

A need for Revival in Ifa Religious Practice

By Wale Adedayo Friends call me Babalawo. But I am not one. Of course, my maternal family, and to a large extent, relations from Dad’s side of the divide were and remain practicing Babalawos. Living with my maternal grandfather, as ...

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Ifa council want varsities to introduce ifa studies as academic discipline

National Social Secretary of the Ifa Council, Baba-Awo Awogbemiga Bogunmbe, has called for the introduction of Ifa religious studies as an academic discipline by universities in Southwest Nigeria. Bogunmbe, who is also the Public Relation Officer (PRO) of the Oyo ...

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Professor Sophie Oluwole

Professor Sophie Oluwole: Computer Science Originated From Ifa

“….Man Is So Lazy That They Want A Divine Being That Would Give Them Everything Without Having To Work” Professor Sophie Abosede Oluwole. The Business Dispatch: Prof, can you shed light on what informed the ease with which imported religions, especially ...

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