Orisa is synonymous with productivity. Above and beyond their colors, prayers, songs, sacrifices and dances, the deities govern all the disciplines needed to sustain a community. Stated differently, Orisa Lifestyle is characterized by collective work and responsibility. (Continue reading…
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THE SACRED NUT: KOLA NUT | MediAfritiQ.
Something that doesn’t get nearly enough attention in the diaspora is the sacredness of the kola nut. For some reason, though use of kola is normal in Africa, it is seldom given but a scant mention, if any, in most western books about African or derived belief and magical systems. This needs to be rectified.
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