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Ori mi Apeere

Ka ji ni kutukutuKa mu ohun ipin ko’pind’Ifa fun Olomo-ajiba’re-padeEmi ni mo ji ni kutukutu ti mo f’ohun ipin ko’pinEmi ni mo ba ire pade nigba gbogbo ori mi apeereAteteniranAtetegbeni ju OrishaKo si Orisha ti danni gbe leyin ori eniOri ...

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The process of Òrìsà initiation

Òrìsà initiation is a process that opens you up to the power and higher relationship with your guardian Òrìsà and other Òrìsà. Initiation brings new life, get rid of negativities, wealth, children, favour, protection, breakthrough and all the Ire. Yoruba ...

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What is the Name of your Orisa?

I love all of my Orisha but I’m definitely an Ogun baby

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Agganyu orisa

Facts about Orisha Agganyu

Written by Oluwo Fayemiwo Olokun‎ Agganyu also spelled Aganyu, Agganju, Argayú or Agayu Sola) is the orisha of volcanos. He is also the ferryman that helps people cross the river, and some lineages say Aggayú is the orisha of deserts. There ...

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God of the Yorubas irunmoles

Top 5 Ways Irunmole Relate Effectively With Omo Eniyan (Must Read)

The relationship between Irunmole and Omo eniyan was symbiotic in nature and rewarding especially for Omo eniyan.  There are five major ways by which Irunmole relate effectively with Omo eniyan right from the emergence of man on earth. The ways ...

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orisa oya

Some Orisa you probably don’t know (Must See)

BY ILE IFA OGUNDA BEDE TEMPLE: Orisa Bayani This powerful Orisa is Orisa of children who were born with dread hair. It is very good to worship this Orisa asking for protection, victory over the enemies and all kind of prosperity ...

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Orisa Colours Greetings: Different Orisa Greetings and their Colours! (Must See)

Obatala Pure White Eepa Orisa Yemoja Crystal white and Blue Eepa Omi O Sango Red and White Kabiyesi Sango Osun Yellow and Green Oore Yeye Osun Esu Red and Black Oro Esu Ogun Green and Black Ogun Yeeee Oya Brown ...

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Who is Ori?

Ori is you….the essential divinity in you that struggles to maintain constancy with your chosen destiny on your behalf. Even in the worship of Orisa of our head, it is Ori that determines the quality of our relationship with Orisa. ...

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Adunni Olorisha and wole soyinka

History Of Susan Wenger An Austrian Olorisa Priestess Aka Adunni Olorisha

Birth And Early Days In Europe Born in the middle of the First World War (4th July, 1915) in Graz, southern Austria to Christian Swiss-Austrian parents, she had always been strongly attracted to nature. Even as a child, she spent ...

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Most Important & Most Challenging Way To Honor Our Ancestors/ Orisas

The most important and most challenging way to honor our Ancestors/Orisas is to fulfill our personal potential and life’s purpose here on Earth. Many cultures maintain that we each have a unique destiny or karma to fulfill and that we ...

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