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African Vodun: Second Solstice and Sakpátá Celebrations
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African Vodun: Second Solstice and Sakpátá Celebrations

It is customary at Ganlodo Kilombonu Xotome that we celebrate the winter solstice and the great deity Axolu Sakpátá simultaneously. Sakpátá is the great father responsible for cleansing and administering justice for the new cycle heralded by the second solstice or winter solstice. Join us in spirit as we draw upon the powerful energy of Sakpátá and the Adanve spirits that assist him. ߊߜߊ ߏ߸ ߛߌ߫ߛߌ߫ ߘߊߊ߫ߜߏ߫߹ ߊߕߐߕߐ ߊߤߐ ߓߌ ߊߜ߯ߍߜߍߟߎ ߛߊߜ߳ߊ߫ߕߊ߫ ߙߏߕߏߤߎ߫ߣ ߊߕߏ߫ߕߏ߫* ߊߙߏߓߏߓߏ ߓߋߗߋߣ߹ ߛߊߜ߳ߊ߫ߕߊ߫ ߡߊߝ߯ߏ ߡߊߝ߯ߏ ߊߝ߯ߊߟߎ ߊߦߌߣߐߣ߸ ߊߖ߯ߐߣߕߏߣߎ߸ ߊߝ߯ߌߡߊߣߖߋ߸ ߊߖ߯ߎߣߛߎߣ߸ ߖߍߚߏߟߎ߸ ߊߚߏߟߎ߸ ߊߚߏߣߥߊߠߎ* ߡߌߘߏ ߜ߳ߋ* Agba o, sísí daágbó! Atoto axo bi agegbelu Sakpátá Totohún atótó. Arobobo Becen! Sakpata mavo mavo – Avalu Ayinon, Azontonu, Avimanje, Azunsu, Jexolu, Axolu, Axonwannu. Mi do kpe! info@ganlodo.com...
ߖ߮ߊߣߜߍߕߐ National Zangbeto Festival at Ganlodo
African Vodun, Monarchy News, New Afrikan Vodun, Sacred Rituals, Spiritual Processes

ߖ߮ߊߣߜߍߕߐ National Zangbeto Festival at Ganlodo

On this day we have our Zangbeto festival. Zangbeto is one of the premier masquerades of African Vodun. They traditionally are considered the night policemen of the community. Zangbeto is represented by a raffia masquerade that speaks in a deep esoteric language. Traditionally, Zangbeto is only supposed to be masqueraded at night. We at Ganlodo use Zangbeto to help cleanse the community of injustices - both internally and externally. For more information, contact us at info@ganlodo.com.
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...