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Holy Odù Èjì Ogbè

Òrìsà t’èmí ló sòro B’émi ò bá bó Kòsí oún yóó nù Òrìsà t’èmí ló sòro Òrìsà, Èmí (life) is the most valuable If our life is not taken away Verily nothing is lost Òrìsà, Èmi(life) is the most essential. ...

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Yorùbá spirituality

“To be a great priest in Yorùbá spirituality, you must be truthful and Honest”

S’òtító s’òtító S’òdodo S’òdodo Ení bá s’òtító n’imolè ó gbè Be truthful Be honest Only those who are truthful will be favored by the Imole. You also need to be patient because : Ìrin baba wa, ìrìn Èrà ni Ení ...

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Do you know why Ose Ifa is very important? (Must Read)

Let me tell you the super story given to me by my father, Oloye Akano Fasina Agboola, late Araba of Lagos. This is repeated for those who have never heard it before. A Babalawo whose nickname is “Ifa a je ...

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Ohun tíí tán lọdún eégún, tí ọmọ alágbàáà yíó ràkàrà jẹ̀kọ.

The Egungun festival must surely come to an end, and even members of the Egungun family will have to purchase akara balls just like everyone else.  

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Lucumí Vocabulary: How Yoruba Culture Survived The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade ?

Yoruba Culture Yet Survives The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade ???????? Lucumí Vocabulary Is Another Version Of Yoruba Language Spoken By Yoruba Slave Immigrants In North & South America. Here are a few words in Lucumí to get you started: Adié: Hen ...

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yoruba religion

Como Trabaja Ifa en nuestras vidas?

Aboru aboye abosise!! Buenas noche comunidad Yoruba !! Cada vez falta mucho menos del 15 al 25 de Mayo estara en Argentina el Oluwo Ricardo Acevedo del egbe Sekunderin Oturupon Isokun quien bajo la tutela del maestro Baba Solagbade Popoola ...

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Aboru Aboye Abosise

Aboru Aboye Abosise: The 3 important women

“Aboru Aboye Abosise were three important women. They helped Òrúnmìlà when he was in despair, these women came and helped him out as told in the sacred Odu Ifa Ogunda Méjì. That’s why Òrúnmìlà gave the law that when anyone ...

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No-human sacrifice in yoruba religion

African Traditional Religion (Of Ifa/Orisa/Yoruba Religion) Does not require any Human Sacrifice !

In the tradition of Ifa/Orisha the traditional practice of the Yoruba People of South Western Nigeria sacrifice is important, it is the most important of this tradition. The Yoruba’s believes that with sacrifice all problems can be solved and it ...

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Ebo !!!

“The weapon of all true traditionalist. Ebo is powerful Ebo is prayer Ebo solves the unseen problems Ebo helps prevent tribulations Ebo cleanse my soul It makes me feel complete Ebo doesn’t require human part Ebo is pure Ebo is ...

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English: Meaning of Ọmọlúàbí..

Yorùbá: Ìtumọ̀ Ọmọlúàbí The Ọmọlúàbí is a Yorùbá philosophical and cultural concept to describe a person of absolute goodness–An epitome of humanity. The Ọmọlúàbí concept signifies courage, hard work, humility and respect, etc. An Ọmọlúàbí is a person of honor ...

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