King Brujo talks Orisha and Initiations with REAL Ifa Priestess (Iyanifa) Ifadara – YouTube

King Brujo and Iyanifa Ifadara help to clear some things up about traditional initiations and the importance of getting to the source with regards to learning to align with various Orishas. This can apply to other regionally manifested spirits and deities as well. Having a basis in the traditions is…

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Knowing What Is What: On Transformation, Angels and Demons, and Misinterpretation of Mysticism – YouTube

Sis. Nicole T. Lasher shares some knowledge about the influences of abrahamic belief systems and defines a few key concepts often referred to, such as “angels” and “demons”. She also goes in on how to tell the difference between conscious African spirituality and “white” supremacist theosophy disguising itself as African…

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IrosunMeji, ro ti mi sire

  Ones’ Ori is ones’ charm for all successes If I wake up… I grab my head… [Read more…]   Original article: IrosunMeji, ro ti mi sire http://www.obafemio.com/blog/november-14th-2014 © This content was retrieved from another site, and neither Sheloya nor Vodun.co.uk claims any ownership of or responsibility for the content…

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Orisa Worship is Work and Service

 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…) Original article: Orisa Worship is Work & Service http://www.obafemio.com/blog/orisa-worship-is-work-service © This…

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Let’s Go Crazy

Bi iwin bi idin like madness, like maggots Cast divination for Sango  Who was asked to offer his pants and his scarf  He refused … Original article: Let’s Go Crazy http://www.obafemio.com/blog/lets-go-crazy © This content was retrieved from another site, and neither Sheloya nor Vodun.co.uk claims any ownership of or responsibility…

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IFE PEOPLE: ANCIENT ARTISTIC, HIGHLY SPIRITUAL AND THE FIRST YORUBA PEOPLE

Ife people are ancient, originally spiritual, highly advanced artistic and agriculturalist Yoruboid-speaking people that forms the sub-group of the larger Yoruba people of West Africa, particularly in Nigeria and the Republic of Benin. The Ife people are “primus inter pares” when it comes the origin and spirituality of Yoruba. They…

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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…

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