ߣߎ߱ߥߌ߯ߥߊ Nùwíwa Gànlɔdó – Celebrating Gànlɔdó Day
Celebrations, Culture, Monarchy News

ߣߎ߱ߥߌ߯ߥߊ Nùwíwa Gànlɔdó – Celebrating Gànlɔdó Day

8 years ago today on Voto 25, 6253 AX (May 12, 2012) the efforts to restore the proper order to Afrikan traditions worldwide, especially the Isese of the Yoruba and the Afrikan Vodun traditions, were give a boost when the Maroon Monarchy of Gànlɔdó was founded by Ayinon Axosu Agelogbagan Agbovi. The Maroon principles in which this monarchy was founded upon grow stronger each day. We have reconnected countless Afrikans with their real identity thus allowing them to break the chains of a sometimes confusing, vague, and general "Afrikan" identity. Today on Voto 25, 6261 (May 12, 2020 of the Gregorian year) we say Ku do hwetanu azan jiji to Ganlodo! We have achieved a lot in these eight years. We have put out groundbreaking information and helped heal many families often in the form of removin...
African Vodun, Monarchy News, The Axosu Speaks

ߊߚߐߛߎ ߘߏ New Year’s Day Interview with Ayinon Axosu Agelogbagan Agbovi

View this captivating and thought provoking interview with one of the premier teachers of the Afrikan Vodun tradition here in the West, Ayinon (His Imperial Majesty) Axosu Agelogbagan Azàsinkpontín Jisovi Agbovi I, as well as being a prolific nation builders conducted by Ogan (chief in the Aja language) Fájise Syenxwe. To learn more about us 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...
ߜ߭ߋߕߌߣߡߋ Our Stance on COVID-19
Health and Wellness, Monarchy News, Social Issues

ߜ߭ߋߕߌߣߡߋ Our Stance on COVID-19

The COVID 19 virus pandemic is a shattering event in many people's worlds today. We at Gànlɔdó are in 100% support of the New Afrikan front line workers who have to face this yovo (nom Afrikan) spread virus on a daily basis due to their jobs. Also, we are empathetic to the thousands of New Afrikan lives unnecessarily lost to this yovo spread pandemic. However, it is our opinion that the fallout from this pandemic spread originally by yovo (primarily "White" yovo in this case) should be used by Afrikans worldwide to come up with new and improved plans towards independence, wealth and sovereignty. Use This lock down time to develop sure fire business plans that will take you from the front-line to owning the line. Many Afrikans had not been listening to such advice before, but...
ߞߌߟߐߡߙߏ The Kilombo Paradigm – Our Philosophy
African Vodun, Culture, Philosophy

ߞߌߟߐߡߙߏ The Kilombo Paradigm – Our Philosophy

Ganlodo Kilombonu Xotome (Ganlodo Maroon Monarchy) is a Maroon Monarchy. Maroon being set apart and away from the chaos caused by degeneracy. The Monarchy of Ganlodo is based in Maroonage as we have defined it through the Kilombo Paradigm. First, we would like to define certain things. The Kilɔmbo Paradigm is based upon the conscious cultural, economic and sovereign actions of the Maroons who never sided with Europeans - the true Maroons. Who are the Maroons? They were the Máwùfɛnugbeto (Afrikans) who resisted all attempts towards their captivity by Europeans. Not only this, they consciously built independent nations, as outlayer societies, with governments based on Afrikan traditions; including Afrikan spiritual traditions. Thus, they created Maroon societies or nations. In Brazil, th...