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Dealing with Exiles in Afrikan Culture
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Dealing with Exiles in Afrikan Culture

In this video, Ayinon Axosu Agelogbagan speaks on how those who have been exiled are dealt with in Afrikan culture. He speaks on their nonrecognition and irrelevance of being acknowledged and how we move forward as real Afrikans. He also warns us to beware of those feigning fake humility. One very interesting take is his view that one may need to be aware of people who have a history of never finishing anything they start. The axosu states that this is a common pattern he has noticed among those who end up being traitorous and/or those who end up flaking out in the end.  https://youtu.be/m2nlNyg_Mr0 How we deal with Exiles in Afrikan culture.
ߛ߭ߊ߫ߣߜ߭ߏ߰ ߏߦߊ Ṣángò and Oya Festival
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ߛ߭ߊ߫ߣߜ߭ߏ߰ ߏߦߊ Ṣángò and Oya Festival

ߘߌ ߃߸ ߆߂߆߁ (Our calendar date)   Ṣángò and Oya are the inseparable union in the Ìṣèṣè òrìṣà pantheon. Ṣángò is justice, thunder, royalty, manhood,  diplomacy, warriorship, scholarship. Oya is the lightening which proceeds the thunder. She is intellect and mother of Egungun. A mother of the night, keeper of the mysterious secrets represented by the night, master of intuition and much more. Together these deities epitomize the duality of the universe and the balance that should exist in the Afrikan home and community. There is no Ṣángò without Oya and vice versa. They represent the ultimate Mawufenu couple. Both deities are big on loyalty, merit, accountability, and family development.     As New Afrikans, the Fá oracle has declared that we should venerate Ṣángò and Oya together in ...
ߐߘߎߣ ߐߛ߭ߎߡ Ọdun Ọ̀ṣun
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ߐߘߎߣ ߐߛ߭ߎߡ Ọdun Ọ̀ṣun

It's that time of the year that we honor and celebrate the Ọriṣà Ọ̀ṣun. She is the deity of all the sweetness of life, owners of the women's mystery, caretaker of the womb, the mother of healthy nations, owner of the sweet and cool waters which we cannot life without, and much more. Ọ̀ṣun Ṣẹẹgesi! Ìyá mi ilẹ́ odo. Ìyá mereindinlogun owo. Celebrate Ọ̀ṣun with us in spirit this weekend at Ganlodo Kilombonu Xotome. Offer Yeye Ọ̀ṣun all of the sweet things you wish to have in life for you, your family and your community. In the spirit of Family Development and Nation Building, recognize Yeye Ọ̀ṣun as a key spirit in that process. She protects children and women who are the nation. She is the nurturing agent of family development. She is the spirit of love among Mawufenugbeto (Afrikan people)....
ߝߊ ߞߊߣ  Roots Readings and Zoto Readings – Life Changing Experiences for Descendants of Captive Afrikans
African Vodun, Culture, Isese Alagba, Maroon Vodun, New Afrikan History, New Afrikan Issues, Sacred Rituals, Spiritual Processes

ߝߊ ߞߊߣ Roots Readings and Zoto Readings – Life Changing Experiences for Descendants of Captive Afrikans

One of the biggest questions as well as dilemmas, for New Afrikan people (New Afrikan - a political term used to refer to descendants of captive Afrikans, esp in north amerikkka), is the issue of "Who am I really?" The big business of DNA testing has really been racking in riches based upon the hunger of New Afrikan people to reconnect with their Afrikan true heritage. Without going into many of the scientific inaccuracies of these tests, most of these Afrikans are left wanting and in need of much more information. Often times more questions are created than answers. Many are not aware that there is an Afrikan spiritual cultural way to find out exactly who you are. In the Yoruba language, the word Ìpilè or more properly Ìpilèsè, means "root, foundation". In the Aja language of Benin Re...