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Awódélé Ifáyemí

As an Oluawo it is my charge to share my knowledge of Ifa with whomever is seeking to find their “truth” in life. We all have a “truth” which when expressed lights us up like the stars in a clear night. That “truth” spells out why we are here, and what we were born to do in this life time. You have had a glimpse of that truth already. Have you had a moment in your life when you where totally and completely full of joy? We all have, I challenge you to take a few minutes or as long as it takes for you to recall such an instance. That one experience was your glimpse into your blissfulness.

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      admin

      Alaafia;

      Thank you for your kind words. Come back soon.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Chief Awodele Ifayemi
      Atunwase Awo of Ilobulan
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    Toyin Adepoju

    Sublime

    Adding this to some wonderful definitions of Odu I am compiling.I am posting them in my Facebook notes.My Facebook name is Toyin Adepoju.

    I wish you and other babalawo can tell the world about your personal,intimate experiences with Ifa.It would also be most helpful to know your mental processes when interacting with Odu.

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    Ebenezer Onagbola

    I am highly impressed with your website. Undoubtedly, you are one of the truly-endowed diviners, and not one of the Jeun-jeuns (or the ar’ebipas) that are tarnishing Yoruba’s name, good image, culture and tradition all over the world. I am neither a Babalawo nor omo-ese Ifa but an endowed diviner. My recent discoveries on Ifa-Orunmila’s ways have prompted the following questions: How are Ori, Ipin and Odu differ? How many Odus (primary and secondary) does Ifa truly, have? Does Ifa-Orunmila “religion” qualify to be called a religion or just the Yoruba’s traditional way?

    I look forward to read from you.

    Thank you.

    E. Onagbola.

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      admin

      Alaafia;

      Your quest is admirable, and yours shall be the delightful splendor of “Truth”.

      Regarding your questions, I would recommend the series of books entitled “Yorùbá Theology And Tradition”. You can find them in this site’s product page -> http://ileifa.org/products-page/

      Again, thank you for your kind words, and may your quest be rewarded.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Chief Awodele Ifayemi
      Atunwase Awo of Ilobuland
      Follow Me on:
      Blog: http://ileifa.org
      Twitter: http://twitter.com/IfaBabalawo
      Facebook: http://ileifa.org/facebookfanpage

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    Ebenezer Onagbola

    Once again, I am highly impressed with your indepth knowledge of the Odus. You truly, understood the rudimentary facts behind it. Good job! By the way, you indicated that: “Odú is the oracular utterance of the spirits” Are the Odus really, utterances?

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      admin

      Alaafia;

      Thank you for visiting and for your comment.

      In as much as an utterance is a natural unit of speech bounded by breaths or pauses, you would be well within the definition if one is to consider that ese ifa is a beautiful and poetic for of expression which our ancestors have incorporated to not only convey “Truth” but to help us memorize them.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Chief Awodele Ifayemi
      Atunwase Awo of Ilobuland
      Follow Me on:
      Blog: http://ileifa.org
      Twitter: http://twitter.com/IfaBabalawo
      Facebook: http://ileifa.org/facebookfanpage

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