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In east coast Obeah and southwest Brujeria and Zindoki, Go Away Evil spray is very popular. Almost
Birds’ nests are considered sacred in many cultures. Among some in the African diaspora in
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- Gba omo fun mi ki nredi; bi idi ba se-e re ka gbomo folomo. #Yoruba8 hours ago
Hold my child for me so I may wiggle my bum; If one cannot wiggle one's bum, one should return the child to his mother.
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- Love and other workings at a deep discount in celebration of this year's Oshun and Shango festivals!
Special Deals on Love Spells for the Oshun and Shango Festivals in August 2014
Special Deals on Love Spells for the Oshun and Shango Festivals in August 2014SheloyaJuly 21, 20140Ile Baalat Teva in Israel will be hosting our summer Oshun and Shango festivals this August.The Oshun festival/ebbo is August 5th, and the Shango festival will be on August 28th.The divination has said…
Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge
- In today's society we are taught the importance of religious tolerance, respecting people's beliefs even if they differ from our own. However I have noticed that despite being a page about African philosophy there seems to be much negativity in regards to African people adhering or even wishing to learn about the teachings of their ancestors. Why is it that people seem to think its somehow 'outdated' to acknowledge these ways?