ߞߎߟߌ߫ߕߐ߫ߤߐߣߜߏ National Kúlítɔhɔngbó Ritual Cycle
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ߞߎߟߌ߫ߕߐ߫ߤߐߣߜߏ National Kúlítɔhɔngbó Ritual Cycle

Join us as we dutifully carry out our cyclic Nùwíwá Kúlítɔhɔngbó. Kúlítɔhɔngbó is a scheduled ritual cycle that is not only for the veneration for our elevated ancestors, but also for the cleansing and rebooting of sorts for our Afrikan communities. Kúlítɔhɔngbó means portal of the ancestors. It is a special time when the path and gateway to the ancestors are especially open based on our ancestral calendar reckoning. This is one reason it is important that it be on a perpetual set cycle. For information of what this powerful period is about, and how you can contribute to the energy of this cycle, contact us at info@ganlodo.com.
ߚߥߋߟߍߣߜߐߛߎ Celebrating 700 Years of the Xwelɛngbɔsu Royal Dynasty
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ߚߥߋߟߍߣߜߐߛߎ Celebrating 700 Years of the Xwelɛngbɔsu Royal Dynasty

This weekend and all year long we celebrate the 700 years ago founding of the Afrikan royal dynasty of Xwelɛngbɔsu, the royal house of descent of the founder of Gànlɔdó! The Xwelɛngbɔsu royal dynasty of Xévíe (a city in what is now Southern Benin Republic west Afrika) was founded 700 years  ago by the toxwiyo (founding ancestor) Fánúkùn Jǐsovì ; a great diviner, spiritual intuitive, and leader of his community. He was of the Sɛ́to sub-ethnic group of the larger Aja collective identity. To be clear, in the year 5532 (1291 Julian calendar) the Jisovi family was recognized as a noble house and 30 years later in 5562 as a royal house under the ruling monarch of Xévíe at the time, Axɔ́si (Queen) Nunyawegla. Over its 510 year in existence in Afrika, the Xwelɛngbɔsu dynasty produced many powerfu...
ߤߥߋߕߊߣߎ ߞߎ߫ߟߌߕߐ߫ ߣߎߥߌߥߊ Annual 9 Day Ancestor Festival at Gànlɔdó
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ߤߥߋߕߊߣߎ ߞߎ߫ߟߌߕߐ߫ ߣߎߥߌߥߊ Annual 9 Day Ancestor Festival at Gànlɔdó

Greetings to everyone. It was our intent to introduce our first annual 9-day ߞߎ߫ߟߌߕߐ߫ Kúlítɔ (ancestor) festival which would have started today. However, due to Covid 19 we are not able to have a full festival. However, we will be doing proper ritual and prayer. Normally, there would be an annual parading of the agan (masquerade) from various families. Each family would have an agan representing certain ancestors. The consecrated agan embodies the spirit of the ancestor and they are honored yearly through singing their praises and parading. This being national ancestor month is a perfect time to carry out such a profound ceremony. Though we praise our ancestors all the time, this is a very ganji (auspicious) time to do so on a large national scale. This year is special for Gànlɔdó as it ma...
Strong New Year’s Greeting from Ganlodo and New Book Proverbial Wisdom of the Kpoli Fá of Vodún
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Strong New Year’s Greeting from Ganlodo and New Book Proverbial Wisdom of the Kpoli Fá of Vodún

Ku do hwetanu Mawufenu! (New Year's greetings) We want to send warm and sovereign New Year's greetings to all Afrikans of good character from the Maroon Monarchy of Ganlodo to you! It is now the year 6262 AX! We also wish to introduce the new book being released on this day by Ayìnon Agelogbagan Agbovi entitled Proverbial Wisdom of the Kpoli Fá of Vodún! https://youtu.be/E_QlvkXWRXY
ߞߌߟߐߡߓߏߜߋ The Emergence of Kilɔmbogbè: The Language of the Kilɔmbo
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ߞߌߟߐߡߓߏߜߋ The Emergence of Kilɔmbogbè: The Language of the Kilɔmbo

In this video, Àgɛ̀lɔ̀gbàgàn Jǐsovì Azàsinkpontín Àgbɔ̀vì I speaks on the importance of New Afrikan Independence and sovereignty from the perspective of language;  introducing the world to the natural development of the New Afrikan language called Kilɔmbogbè (language of the Kilɔmbo). This language was developed by Gànlɔdó Kilɔmbonu Xotɔme (Gànlɔdó Maroon Monarchy).