Correcting the Many Errors in James Smalls’ “Science of Voodoo-Vodun” Video
African Vodun, Philosophy

Correcting the Many Errors in James Smalls’ “Science of Voodoo-Vodun” Video

We've run across this video a few times and have often resisted commenting. We are sure many have been inspired by it and we do not want to take away from that. However, it is time for us to address various misrepresentations of African Vodun, even if it comes from who many respect as a scholar. It is mandatory that those who know better expose this misinformation being presented by many of these Afrikan scholars who are not necessarily immersed in Afrikan culture, but you won't be able to tell by their words - unless you know culture yourself. This is for those that want to have REAL knowledge of Vodun (not "voodoo/vudu" as the misinformed professor pronounces it). This is no attack on Smalls, but it is only so long one can sit back and allow this misrepresentation to continue.&...
Celebrating the Bois Caiman Ceremony that Lead to the Founding of an Afrikan Nation in the West
Aja History, New Afrikan History, New Afrikan Issues, New Afrikan Vodun

Celebrating the Bois Caiman Ceremony that Lead to the Founding of an Afrikan Nation in the West

On this day in the year 6032 AX (August 14, 1791 Gregorian year) one of the most influential and significant events in Máwùfenu (Afrikan) history occurred when over 300 captive Máwùfɛnugbeto (Afrikan people) gathered together and performed a Vodún ceremony that would start what is commonly called the Ayiti (Haitian) Revolution. This revolution led to the freedom of not only the captive Afrikans of Ayiti but also to the creation of the first Afrikan republic in the West. It should be noted that this ceremony was led by a woman Vodún priest. This event reverberated throughout the world, striking the fear of Xévíoso (thunder deity) in the hearts and minds of the captive-holding and non-captive holding yovo (whited and so called native Americans that were holding our ancestors in captivity). M...
The Sacred Gba Azan Vodùn Cycle
African Vodun, Philosophy

The Sacred Gba Azan Vodùn Cycle

The Gba Azan sacred cycle is properly the bread and butter of sacred ritual time in Afrikan Vodun. The Gba Azan was resurrected/retrieved from Benin Republic by Ayinon Axosu Agelogbagan Azàsinkpontín Jisovi Agbovi I during his studies in Benin and studies with residents from Benin abroad. Unfortunately, due to the many plagiarists and attempted infiltrators that have been sent to Ganlodo with no success, the Axosu is only willing to put up this N'ko script Aja language image. For those of good character who wish to know more about the Gba Azan Vodún, contact us at info@ganlodo.com.
Zomaa – The Place Where the Fire Does Not Go
Aja History, Culture, New Afrikan History, New Afrikan Issues

Zomaa – The Place Where the Fire Does Not Go

Ayìnon Agelogbagan Agbovi breaks down a deep part of our history in speaking on Zomaa quarter of Wydah, Benin Republic. He also speaks on how a false version of Vodun was attempted against our ancestors that experienced Zomaa. It is possible your ancestors came through there. info@ganlodo.com Afrikan Vodùn Videos and Publications - www.restorationhealing.com