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ifafunke nameslook

Why Change precious names to imaginary names? e.g Ifakemi – Oluwakemi, Opeifa – Ọpẹjesu…

This could be hilarious but it’s a serious matter.I was educating some youngsters on the need to embrace our cherished heritage and always give respect to our Ancestors.Why change the precious names given to them by their parents to imaginary ...

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esu is not satan 2022 walk

Èṣù historical records, narratives and facts of history. – #EsuIsNotSatan

We may not have this issue in our country Trinidad and Tobago but we support our brothers and sisters who may have this challenge Nigeria and the world may Esu hear our call and fix this situation. ABORU ABỌYE ÀBÓSÍSE ...

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ori

Your Orí Is Good, You Are The Problem!

ORÍ is the source of all beings, this is why she is called “ÀṢẸ ẸDÁ”, meaning “The Power/Source within every being”. ORÍ can transform from one form to another without losing her authenticity. This means by default, you can transform ...

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the three phases of life

The Three Phases Of Every One of Us

In Oodua (Yoruba) Mythology, there are three phases that each of us individually must pass through.It’s important to also note that we’ve been existing even before we were born and death is not the end. EgbéThe first phase is before ...

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orisa ori

Ori: One of the essential Orisa

Ori is one of the essential Orisa assigned to the man or woman on earth. Wherever we may be going, our Ori is always following us. Whatever we are doing, our Ori is always there but the most important thing ...

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Williams Shakespeare, “King Charles III,” Act 1 Scene 1.

William Shakespeare, KING CHARLES III, Act 1, Scene 1 (#4)

EGUNGUN:How, oh king, would you feel to have your village attacked, pillaged, destroyed, set on fire?KING CHARLES:That indeed would be a thing of pity.EGUNGUN:Precisely that you did in Africa.KING CHARLES:How so? Prove your accusation. It is of no virtue to ...

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Williams Shakespeare, “King Charles III,” Act 1 Scene 1.

Williams Shakespeare, “King Charles III,” Act 1 Scene 1.

KING CHARLES:The light is awful! Ha! who comes here? Are my eyes seeing double? What is this strange object in our bedroom? Camilla, do you see what I see? Are you for real? Speak, you apparition, trying to scare a ...

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William Shakespeare, KING CHARLES III, Act 1, Scene 1, #3

William Shakespeare, KING CHARLES III, Act 1, Scene 1, #3

Home / Search Results for: William Shakespeare Williams Shakespeare, “King Charles III,” Act 1 Scene 1, (#2). EGUNGUN:With what magic do you summon sleep to thine eyes, monarch? Your head is heavy with looted goods from all the corners of ...

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egungun

Williams Shakespeare, “King Charles III,” Act 1 Scene 1, (#2).

Williams Shakespeare, “King Charles III,” Act 1 Scene 1. KING CHARLES:Behold! Oh, Apparition.If you must speak for your people, do it now. Or remove back to whence you came. It is night and Camilla and I long for the comfort ...

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american transatlantic slave trade

Ìṣẹ̀ṣe the Orisa tradition of Peace and Love.

Yorùbás were not the only race that was taken as slaves during the Atlantic slave trade era. There are several races taken as slaves too and they were taken in their numbers during that period. And after the end of ...

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