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ÈJÌÒGBÈ

256 Odù Ifá signatures !

ÈJÌÒGBÈ I will be posting the 256 Odù Ifá signatures over the next one year. ( Bookmark this page or save it as it will be updated everyday/week) If members are so inclined, they are encouraged to add Ẹsẹ Ifá ...

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ekun

Orunmila O jiire l’oni o! Bi Àlà tii ji l’Ode Akure!

Okanran Meji II II II II II II I   I Ifa ni: Bi a ba ti ko ni bee ni a n ki ni Bi a ba ti ki ni bee ni a n je ni Orunmila pele o ...

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holyodu

Ìsèse is the father of all…

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Odu Ifa Ogunda Meji/ Ejioko

 |    | |    | |    | | |  | | Ekaaro eyin eniyan mi, aojiire bi? Aku ise ana, bi ile oni se mo ao ri tiwa se ise wa yio si ni ibunkun lori ase. Odu ...

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ifa verse

Odu Ifa Owonrin Alakara/ Ika

| |  | | | |   | | |   | | |   | Ekaaro eyin eniyan mi, aojiire bi? Aku ise ana o, a sin tu ku isimi alayo loni eledumare yio funwa ni isimi to peye ...

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Ogbe Rikusa ifa Divination

Odu Irosun Onisin

| | | | | | | | | | |   Ekaaro eyin eniyan mi, aojiire bi? Aku isimi oni o a sin tu ku orire ose tuntun yi to tun soju emin wa, olorun eledumare ninu aanu re ...

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Yoruba Festival

Owonrin Sika explains the significance of Women which can not be over-emphasized

The significance of women in Yoruba Religion can not be over-emphasized. .Listen to this from Owonrin Sika(Owonrin Ojo Ose);- Owonrin Wokawoka Adifa fun Orunmila ti nlore gbe Ojose niyawo Ifa wa fun wa lowo Ose ta wa, oni lojo Ose. Ifa ...

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ifa

Everyone that smile and play with you wish you well ? (Odu Ogbe Otura)

In this life, you need to understand that not everyone that smile and play with you wish you well. Many people keep it real in front of you just because they are benefiting something from you but they will never ...

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Ogbe Rikusa ifa Divination

Divination Process: Ifa Verses (Odu Ifa) 16 Principal Odu

Ifá is a system of divination that originated in West Africa among the Yoruba ethnic groups. It is also practiced among believers in Lucumi, (sometimes referred to as Santería), Candomblé, West African & Diaspora, and similarly transplanted Orisa’Ifa lineages in ...

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Odu Ifa: Obara eguntan

Obara eguntan I I I II I II II II Ifa so wipe ki alaniyan yi ni aforiti gidigidi lori ohun ti o difa si yi. Obara eguntan, egun kun, ajapa-nlele A difa fun agunfon-abi-osulolo Nijo ti I nbe l’oko ...

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