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« on: January 19, 2004, 09:06:16 PM »

Bless.Just so InI can relate to the divers cultures of InI people,this link has most of them from A to Z!


Selassie I /Empress Menen-Y'shua/Mary Magdalene,Perfect Balance
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« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2004, 08:36:58 AM »

Great Greetings,

We must always be careful about "facts" from the internet.  I can see several descrepencies in this list, without even going outside of the list.  i.e. Mawu is called both the twin brother and the husband of Lisa.  

We must always dig further to be sure.

Yeefon Abena Mawusi
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Orisa Priest in Training

« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2004, 09:35:33 AM »

there are better sites out there. but the intent is understood. after 14 years being a devotee in Orisa'Ifa and multiple experiences and friends in various african religions, i would recommend many sites, here are a few (there are many more that are complete useless. lol).

These are all owned and operated by devotees and priests in good standing in their respective traditions.

Adade Kofi Bosomfie Sankofa
Asomdwee Fie (pronounced Ah-Soom-gee-Fee-a) Shrine of the Abosom and Nsamanfo
Kingdom of Oyotunji African Village
Awo Study Center
Ile Orunmila Temple
Temple of Ifa
Egbe Mimo Anago Ile Oshun
Cultural Expressions
Ile Osikan
Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye (Fought for Traditional rights to perform blood sacrifice up to Supreme Court)
Orisa Mailing List (Oldest Internet Forum of Priests and Devotees)
Outstanding Priests of Traditional African Religion
Organization for Lukumi Unity (OLU)
Ile Axe Opo Afonja
Jambalya Spirit
Ile Ifa Jalumi
Yoruba Religion.org
The Ancestral Call
West African Dahomean Vodoun
New Afrikan Vodun

When we have the determination to restrain our lower desires, the door is opened for us to fulfill our highest aspirations.
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