Your Money can buy physical title but can't buy spiritual title

Your Money can buy physical title but can't buy spiritual title  Yea you have seen seen many yeye OLOKUN, yeye OSUN and others with gigantic titles but they don't have spiritual title . They can buy all the title in the world wit…

ORISA Ori and the thief

ORISA Ori and the thief Someone contact me to help them beg ORISA oro that they needed this ORISA as one of their collection of ORISA.  I was curious to ask if there is any ORISA Ori separately and the person said yes.  I dec…

The right way of feeding OSUN

The right way of feeding OSUN I have seen many people online especially those who claimed to be babalawo doing the wrong thing . I know my wife used to say AJE NLA you are too found of yourself and you believe your own way of doing thing…

Video: Difference between AJE OLOKUN, ANIGILAJE, ESU ALAJE, AJE SHALUGA etc

Video: Difference between AJE OLOKUN, ANIGILAJE, ESU ALAJE, AJE SHALUGA etc There are many derivative of AJE but there is only one AJE OLOKUN. AJE is the daughter of OLOKUN and we have been made to believe and known but there are also ot…

Omo Omi annual festival

Omo Omi annual festival  For each Omo Omi around the world, there is a festival they attend yearly. This festival had its own unique title and it might not be Omo Omi annual festival has it is written up there. But if you are…

The Matron of every Omo Omi

The Matron of every Omo Omi The Matron are the mothers of Omo Omi, they ORISA who coordinate the affairs of every Omo Omi. The Matron of each Omo Omi are OSUN, YEMOJA, OLOSA, AGIRA , etc. The coordinate everything that happens in every k…

The passage way to Omo Omi kingdom

The passage way to Omo Omi kingdom There is a way that lead to Omo Omi kingdom and it is only known by a few people . Even those who called themselves Omo Omi doesn't know the passage, most of them just sleep and found th…

Organic and YORUBA way of cleaning the kidney

CLEAN YOUR KIDNEYS.  Carriander leave (Ebolo in Yoruba). How to use it: 1. Cut the leaves into pieces. 2. Rinse in clean water. 3. Put in a clean pot and water 4. Boil for 10mins. 5. Filter it in a bottle. Allow to cool and t…

Are IFA traditionalist atheist?

Are IFA traditionalist atheist? IFA, or Ifá, is a Yoruba religion and system of divination practiced primarily in West Africa and the African diaspora.  It's not accurate to categorize practitioners of Ifá as traditionalist atheists.…

Sopona carving in Osogbo

Sopona carving in Osogbo Photo taken between 1950 to 1959.  Justine Cordwell collections. Credit: Historical Africa Yorùbá
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