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Iyemoja: Facts About Orisa Yemoja (Must read)

Translated by babalawo Pele Obasa Obanifa Yemoja is one of the most important female deity in yoruba spirituality, that has a very close association with water elements.yemoja is a godess of fertility and love because Yemoja name her self mean mother ...

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Facts About Orisa Aje: The Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity 

Translated by Babalawo Pele Obasa Obanifa Aje is a Godess of wealth and economic prosperity, this orisha aid the accumulation of wealth and prevent dwindling of one’s economic growth, aje olokun seni ade, omon bibi inu olokun ni (Aje is ...

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Facts About Orisa Oya: The God Of The Wind

Oya is one of the most important female Orisa in yoruba spirituality, although people who embrace this Orisa from different part of the world some time called this Orisa different name like :oya Yasan, lansa, oya ola, oya ajere(carrier of ...

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Ìyámi Òsòròngà

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Ogbón tí a fi kó’lé

Kò tó yìí ta ó fi gbé’nú è The knowledge we apply to build house Is incomparable to the one we will use to live in it. ~Holy Odu Eji Ogbe. Connect to your root and experience the importance, love ...

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Happy Oosala day to people across the globe.

May we have the blessings and goodness of it. Ase Edumare! Olokun asoro dayo, olokun ajeti aye, olokun iserin ade. All these are names of Orunmila. Now the question is. Is Orunmila same as Olokun? Is Olokun not an orisa ...

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Oya, the powerful Yorùbá Orisa of the winds & tempests. (Must Read)

She is considered either the sister of the Orisha of storms Shango, or one of His three wives, with Oshun and Oba. She can manifest as winds ranging from the gentlest breeze to the raging hurricane or cyclone. She goes ...

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Óleo sobre Lienzo, ORISHAS, 100 x 90 cm, a la Venta

Oil Painting on Canvas, ORISHAS, 100 x 90 cm, For Sale Oil on canvas, orishas, 100 x 90 cm, for sale Oil Painting on Canvas, ORISHAS, 100 x 90 cm, For Sale

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First installation of ORISA ONA.

ONA TEMPLE, Candlestick Place, Austin, Texas. Ojo Ose, January 24, 2016 ~i‎Ifa University

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Olokun: The patron saint of Africans

Olokun is quite the Orisa. Known as both in male and female personifications, depending on what region of west Africa He/She is worshipped, Olokun is personified in patience, endurance, observation, wisdom, history of the past, future visions, and royalty personified. ...

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