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Sunday, August 26, 2012

Yoruba traditional religion

Ifa is the traditional religion of Yoruba people, notwithstanding centuries of oppression at the hands of colonizers. Ifa continued to survive, even the unspeakable horrors of enslavement. Wise leaders hid the religion behind a protective camouflage of Christian saints amd symbols. It assumes direct intellectual responsibility by the Yoruba for their collective history and culture; and extends the scope of Ifa studies in a new and original way and the truth that Africans both on the continent and throughout the diaspora are heirs to a glorious tradition, one whose origins stretch back into the primoridial mists of antiquity. Visit www.ifa.gnbo.com.ng



ÀWO N O MO  ODÙ
Léyìn àwon ojú odù méríndinlógún yìí, àwon òjìlérúgba odù míràn tún wà tí à ń pè ni omo odù tàbí àmúlù odù wón jé omo odù nitorí pé a gbà pé won se omodé si àwon ojú odù, à ń pè wón ni Àmúlù odù nítorí pé orúko odù méjì ni òkòòkan wón jé. F.A., èkíni nínú àwon odù wònyìí a máa je ogbeyèkú.Àwon Yoruba ka àwon odu wònyú si òòsà pàtàkì jùlo, àwon ojù odú. F.A. Ese-ifa òwònrín méjì
(a) Ikin níi fagbáríí seléÀtàrí ni o jóòrún ó pagbin ìsàlè
Olobonhunbonhun ni fapa ara re dá gbèdú. Lo si http://www.ifa.gnbo.com.ng/  fun alaye kikun.



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