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Let’s Go Crazy

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Bi iwin bi idin
like madness, like maggots
Cast divination for Sango 
Who was asked to offer his pants and his scarf 
He refused …

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Dogon Divination

Do You Need a Babalawo or an Olorisha? :

Ifa Divination

Consider any other professional services discipline in your community, they coexist, and have a symbiotic relation. A Babalawo and an Olorisha can well serve the same community by focusing on their respective areas of expertise.

Read more at Do You Need a Babalawo or an Olorisha? :.

Oloye Awodele Ifayemi poses an important question for Orisha adherents who, in the diaspora, have so many options for receiving divination that it is difficult to choose which would suit their individual situation.

Many pastors and imams secretly come to me to consult Ifa – Ifayemi Elebuibon, traditional priest — The Punch – Nigeria’s Most Widely Read Newspaper

Despite that many are being converted to these foreign religions, we still have some people who are embracing Ifa here in Nigeria and even abroad. This is because the knowledge of Ifa is spreading wide. Before, very many people didn’t know what Ifa was all about. Those who brought these foreign religions tried hard to rubbish Ifa and they painted it black to make our people accept their religions. Many people are afraid of traditional religion and they were not proud to associate with African Traditional Religion.

But now some of those who attend churches and mosques are now embracing African Traditional Religion. More people are now being initiated in this religion. Lots of Europeans and Americans are coming to be initiated into Ifa worship. Some people came from United Kingdom recently to be initiated into it. This is what early missionaries rubbished to have their religions spread to us but I am happy that their offsprings are now coming to embrace it.

via Many pastors and imams secretly come to me to consult Ifa – Ifayemi Elebuibon, traditional priest — The Punch – Nigeria’s Most Widely Read Newspaper.