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The power and reality of witches in Yorubaland

THE WITCH IN YORUBA THEOLOGY Yoruba legend has it that certain women once went to the malevolent trickster god Eshu to ask for the power of witchcraft. Eshu was willing to give it to them but he had to refer them to Orunmila, the god of Fate. Orunmila would not allow them to go out into the world with the power of witchcraft until they promised to honour certain signs and materials to serve men as protections against their power. They agreed to this but it was necessary for them to go on to Olorun, the Lord

  2 years ago ago
The power and reality of witches in Yorubaland

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Orunmila is the orisa of divination

Orunmila is the Orisa of divination, was put there to give wise advice to Orissa and humanity. The sky is the house and land is the market, to learn many lessons needed.Orunmila is the spirit of intuition and premonition. He gives us an insight into all the things that are around us. He is the first that gives us a map of our destiny. This is what we should use and follow precisely. The forecast events that will occur in our life offers insight into why certain things that have happened or spend with a

  2 years ago ago
Orunmila is the orisa of divination

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Unknown Facts about Esu, the Divine Messenger.

Eshu, also known as Ẹlẹgba or Ẹlẹgbara, is the youngest and the cleverest of the deities. He is the divine messenger who delivers sacrifices prescribed by the Babalawo to Ọlọrun after they have been placed at his shrine, a simple chunk of laterite set outside of every Ifẹ compound or a crude mud figure as in Mẹko. He is a trickster who delights in trouble making but he serves Ọlọrun and the other deities by causing trouble for human beings who offend or neglect them. Even Shango, a god o

  2 years ago ago
Unknown Facts about Esu, the Divine Messenger.

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Few things you should know about Eshu

Eshu (Yoruba: Èṣù, also known as Echú, Exu or Exú) is an Orisha in the Yoruba religion of the Yoruba people (originating from Yorubaland, an area in and around present-day Nigeria). As the religion has spread around the world, the name of this Orisha has varied in different locations, but the beliefs remain similar. Eshu partially serves as an alternate name for Eleggua, the messenger for all Orishas, and that there are 256 paths to Eleggua—each one of which is an Eshu. It is believed that Eshu is a

  2 years ago ago
Few things you should know about Eshu