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Good day to you all. My last thought before going to bed last night was that I would get up this morning and repost one of my other posts which i had written several months ago. I was excited at the thought, because It was (I think so) a very good post and I closed my eyes with the happy thought of sharing it again.

So I got up this morning and did my usual morning preparation of cleansing, then I went to my shrines and greeted my Orishas. I then sat before them and meditated for a while, which I do every morning, after which I would say my Oriki’s  and my Iba’s (Orisha Prayers, and pay Homage), I would then play music and meditate upon my Orishas praising them, and honoring them for all that they do for me and my children and my husband. As I said my prayers this morning, I began to play music for Orinmila, owner of the sacred Ifa oracle and second in command to Olodumare, he is otherwise called Ifa at times, and is represented on earth by Babalawo’s.

Also about Iwa-pele  read here , in the post Iwa pele, I do not agree with the author when he writes this, Ifa teaches the idea that you cannot know who you are if you cannot call the name of your ancestors going back seven generations. I have asked several babalawos if this is so, and non have confirmed it to me.

I not only played music for Orunmila this morning, I played for all orishas, but when it came to Orunmila, and upon hearing the singer belting out the words of praise and the praise names which are unique to Orunmila, I felt humbled to be a part of such a wonderful, strong, wisdom filled tradition. I began to think of Ifa/Orunmila and what this deity stands for, what he represents and I silently sent a prayer out to my Head (my Ori Eleda-inner consciousness ) for allowing me to find the Yoruba tradition in this life time, being that I was born in Kingston Jamaica, thousands of miles from Africa and also indoctrinated into christianity, as a child I never imagined that I would ever set my feet upon African soil. I chose a good head! before I came to this earth plane, I chose a good head! Iba my Ori Eleda!

Orunmila is also known as the embodiment of wisdom, and he is. He, in his teachings tells us that we should strive for Iwa (E-wha) Pele (Peh-leh) which is good character, gentle character. One day I was talking on the phone to my children who are in America, I was speaking my Jamaican dialect (patois, of which I am extremely proud of), I had no idea that I was talking strongly, there was excitement in my voice, (I love talking to my kids) mi did ah pop story gi mi pickney dem, and having a good time on the phone.

A Babalawo, Who was around me at the time, waited until I was finished speaking on the phone, and came over to me, held my hands and said “Please, ah beg, in de name of Ifa, please when you speak be as calm as possible. Osun do not like it, Orunmila does not like it, speak calmly, I do not want your heart to race or for your nerves to be up, practice to speak in a calm tone”, lol…I was shocked, and slightly embarrassed. Was I speaking loudly? I am not usually, but I could understand, we were having fun on the phone. This I thought to myself. I smirked and thought again,   “This, from an African?” In other words, what I meant was, when THEY  (Africans) speak they sound as if they are quarreling or always upset at whom they are speaking to, but I have since come to realize it is just their language most of it being very tonal and really not them shouting as most of us may believe.

I said this much to him, and he looked shocked and surprise that I would think that he shouted all the while, (he does, at least ah suh it sounds to me, just kidding, lol). He began to tell me of Orunmila and his teachings, and that Orunmila wishes for us all to strive for what the Yorubas call Suru Suru which is patience or Farabale (Fara-balay) which means to calm down. He said Ifa wanted us to be gentle in our speech, and how we approach life. We should try to be humble at all times, and we should not make quarrel with anyone. We should try to settle all our disagreements, and to never neglect our sacrifices and adhere to our taboos so that we may walk this lifes journey with ease. Orunmila teaches forgiveness and that we should exercise patience at all times. He warns his babalawos to be always humble and not to run after earthly possessions, because they can lead them astray, he cautions them that they are his representatives here on earth and that as such they must use their lives helping others. I want you all to think, how can you use your life in the service of humanity? Do you believe it is important to do so? I do, and I am, as a practitioner of spirituality and tradition, I am in service to all human beings. Here is one of Orunmilas prayers

Orunmila! eleri Ipin

Ibikeji Olodumare;

A-je-ju-Oogun,

Obiriti, A-p’i jo- iku-da

Oluwa mi, A-to-i-ba-j’aye

Oro a-bi-ku-j’igbo

Oluwa mi, Ajiki,

Ogege a-gb’aye-gun;

Odudu ti ndu ori emere

A-tun-ori-ti-ko sunwon se,

A-mo-i-ku

Olowa  Aiyere

Agiri ile-Ilogbon

Oluwa mi: amoitan

A ko mo O tan ko se

A ba mo O tan iba se ke

 

ORUNMILA! Witness of fate

Second to Olodumare {God}

Thou art far more efficacious than medicine

Thou the immense Orbit that averts the day of Death.

My Lord, Almighty to save,

Mysterious spirit that fought death.

To thee salutations is first due in the morning

Thou Equilibrium that adjusts World Forces

Thou art the One whose exertion it is to reconstruct the

creature of bad lot;

Repairer of ill luck

He who knows thee becomes Immortal

Lord the undesposable King

Perfect in the house of Wisdom

Lord Infinite in Knowledge

For not knowing thee in full, we are futile

Oh, if we could but know thee in full

all would be well with us

 

Orunmila is second in command to Olodumare, he stands beside Obatala, both are close generals to the Supreme being called God. Orunmila is a very mysterious Orisha who advocates for righteousness and goodness always. Babalawos who are his earthly representatives are taught never to seek anything of the material world that would lead them astray from their path of Ifa and that which would sully them as representatives of Ifa. Should this happen, although it may take some time for the repercussions to be meted out, one who has strayed away from Orunmila’s doctrine would surely feel it, as all that he had procured would be stripped away and he be brought back to his proper position of Orunmilas student and therefore a servant of mankind.

I did not get up to make a post about Orunmila (Ifa), but hearing his music, saying his Orikis and paying homage , and thinking on him, the deity and the character of this wonderful Orisha and his teachings and his wisdom, made me feel humbled, knowing that I, a girl from Jamaica am now a part of this wonderful tradition and also my children have done their initiations and are now studying Ifa along with me.

Africans were brought up into this tradition it is a way of life for them, most of them have cast away their traditional or family practices and have turned nowadays to Christianity and Islam, religions not indigenous to Africa and Africans, yet many throughout the diaspora like myself, are finding tradition, going to Africa and becoming initiated. Many people are throwing away Christianity (no offense to Christians or others) and embracing tradition, Yoruba tradition, and for this I am glad.

Amọ̀nà èṣí kì í ṣe amọ̀nà ọdún yìí. /
A person who knew the way last year will not necessarily know the way this year….Yoruba Proverb! 

[Learn constantly; keep up to date.]

All religion are valid as long as it teaches peace and love…..Obara Meji!

There are no disappointments in life, only lessons learned…..Obara Meji

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Sinda
8 months ago

Orunmila came on my mind and u decided to search the blog on what I could find ! Thank you for all your knowledge that you’ve chosen to bless us with. I hope one day to be a part of this beautiful Yoruba tradition

nyaha1
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nyaha1
5 years ago

yeah the last video was much better

day "dream" alston
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5 years ago

Greetings Everyone! Excellent post Obara! Mojuba Orunmila!

nyaha1
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nyaha1
5 years ago

Yeah, I couldn’t watch the whole thing. I understand why you posted though 😉

It makes me very angry when Africans are showed as people (sub-humans really) who don’t have a glue, follow superstitions, sell children (because they are sub-human) and every ill, misfortune anything is ascribed to our stupidity and inability to contribute to positive human development.

nyaha1
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nyaha1
5 years ago

That video of the white guy talking about Vodoun is insulting. He would have everyone believe everything that is wrong with Africa and Africans is because of Vodoun. RUBBISH!!!!

nyaha1
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nyaha1
5 years ago

Good afternoon good people.
MTH prayers of health go to your father, you and your family.

MTH
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MTH
5 years ago

Morning everyone, Ijust read the first few comments and buss out a bwal. Thanks everyone. My dad is recovering and still in some amount of pain.

Last night, when I went home, I just showered and went to my room and prayed (I only came out to watch the first part of the news). I prayed and just prayed. I do not know where the peace that I felt came from. When I came here and saw that my family was praying for me, I am so humbled and feel so loved.

Thank you again Obara, for this space.

Cami
5 years ago

Yazzy, O and NuNu me still a do something…if me don’t come back before onu gone in for the night…have a good night.

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

Cami ya ketch yuh likkle practice fi when a ur time.. a nuh nutin. Wi get yuh! Night mamacita cah mi know yuh nah cone back ya now eenuh.. mi hate seh mi come on suh late. Kmft… mi miss out pan all di hexcitement weh a mi miggle name!

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Yazzy

Morning Yazzy, lol. I find myself going to sleep before 1am now a days. I just ride with it except for when I have to work.

Have a bless day. MTH! big up yu self mumma…hope dads and all are well.

Obara Meji
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5 years ago

Tonks Yazzy

Obara Meji
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Np

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Obara couple questions…. mi sweetie

Malevolent and benevolent forces right.. they are all created by God. Ok. The way the Orishas are depicted… it seems they are all benevolent energies but I’m not sure, are they?

Don’t yuh have wicked ppl weh have Orisha Osun… baba Obatala.. and all Orishas?? How does that work?

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Yazzy

Blessings Madda Meji! Inna yuh wrap.. your explanations always left mi knowledgeable rather than dumb. Mi deh learn! Thank you

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Yazzy

Thanks for responding as a true professor and practitioner with first hand knowledge and experience and wisdom. These kind of info… yuh cyah jus tek it from hany and hany badi mout suh wi glad wi get it from TRUSTED source… and it no cost wi! God bless yuh!

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Like you said earlier.. Obara yuh choose a good head! Beat yuh chess! Nuh family or nuh badi cyah teck from yuu what is ordained urs!

NuNu
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5 years ago

Im watching the part about Marie. There’s so much lore around Marie Laveau, I wonder if she was as powerful as the stories say

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

No mi seh that life is amazing… to live and blessed. The experiences you speak of… a only pan TV or inna book mi shame fi seh mi know hear or watch it teck place… but this is ur life. It’s a blessed life…

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Yazzy

Hard tuh imagine nuh true Yazzy. Watching yourself from outside of your body. Can a male energy possess a female body? The word “possess” freak mi out

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Yazzy

Yes very fascinating Nunu!… when used appropriately

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Wow! Obara yuh a live life man. I wish a had a “toops” a dat deh privilege deh!! Tradition is amazing….

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

I’m watching that last video and there’s a stark difference between it and Mr. dutty British own. This one’s really informative

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Obara I was watching the last vid posted… is it tradition to drink or taste the blood of the sacrificed animal?

She says they aren’t conscious when they do it.. she said two consciousness can’t be in the same head at the same time… so where do our own consciousness goes when we become possessed?

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago

No sah, unuh kill mi wid laff. All now mi a dead. Obara love it ei si! Lolololol!

Mi done now. I’ve learn to release it suh mi vent and it come out. Mek mi guh read and watch di vids. Mi late bad. I hope everyone is well and in the highest spirits. I nah lie… unuh is the best fam a girl could ask for… I cherish yall! (((Group hugz)))

NuNu
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5 years ago

A which dutty smaddy get pon Yazzy bad side? Gwaan guh hol’ di bredda kia lef gi yuh,yuh hear mumz or di trenton bredda Teach a pass roun’ wi sekkle yuh nerves

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  NuNu

Nunu mi sis… mi good mami! 😀 tanks fi concern ok. A cow paschu wud do mi justice ya now… Nunu, if yuh see Milk tell him fi come home yuh hear…

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOO Obara a grung yuh land mi.. mi love jnuh eenuh star! Jah know!

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago

Pardon mi mannerz. Good night my sweeties. .. mi love unuh.. the end Mek mi vent fi a sec deh!.. from mawnin mi wah get dis affa mi chess like lil kim and (sinting weh rhyme wid perm)!! Since we a talk bout Orunmilla and his teachings of Iwa Pele and patience and humility and being humble and calm… a wah vent dis.. and as mi a vent it Cami Cam comes to mind caz a jus wah day ya she put PAYCHECK NURSES PAN BLAST on the compassion post… Yuh know what SICKS MI ‘TOMACH!! people weh switch on… Read more »

Cami
5 years ago

BrB…

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

ohhh…so when her skills fail her she accuse people, her time will run its course.

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Poor Francois, then the other bredda dig tunnel escape or tun rat run weh

Cami
5 years ago

Oldumare bless that lawyer man! I can’t believe the man admit to being an elder. The lawyer tell the courts that he’s an imbecile…theeeeeeeeeeee, Yo conozco espanol, no francis por yo conozo idiot en todo lengua! Me spanish salty! lol

Obara Meji
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5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

Yes Nunu my main messenger is man

NuNu
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5 years ago

Wait I’m watching the video and the host said that they use to worship nature but since Christianity was introduced they mixed both beliefs and out of that system they get the ” blame it on witchcraft” for everything

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  NuNu

Girl, the inquisition come and left dem ages ago…dem late fi all the Crucifixion.

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

I think it was over done, but that priest in the end don’t look like him missing a meal…a dentist yes, but not a meal.

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Obara mi wi teck di man yuh have fi mi.. c-russ c-russ! 😀

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago

Mi reach! Tenk God! Finally! Sassscrise. .. ppl mi need help cah dem mussi Obeah mi to kakerclaartz!

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Yazzy

Happy reaching to you, lolol we pretended you were here already…gwan read! lol

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Yazzy

Yazzzzyyy!!! Yuh si yuh good up good up man weh Kia gi yuh mumz inna him gray ganzy, an Teach have a bredda wid a massive up top fi yuh tuh, mi nuh know how yuh guh manange!tank gawd yuh reach!

Yazzy
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Yazzy
5 years ago
Reply to  NuNu

Nunu boooo!!! Mi aguh check him out!

Cami Cam! Lawd mi always happy fi see unuh!

Kia hottaz stay suh!

Mi jus feel like act like one dutty skettel BOOM! LOL!

Obara Meji
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Galang Cami lmaoooo

Ah fraid him fraid so him confess

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

what yu don’t believe…Marcelen nail tek lives in the village or the British in Benin, lololol

Cami
5 years ago

fear is a hell of a thing and these witch trials are some hot cow dung!

Obara Meji
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5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

Is true Nunu voodoo mix up like dat I wrote it already

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago

Grung 😀 looooool Laff man Laughter is good fi yu Obara. Mr british need more people i doan believe him atall. Is weh Ty, Yazzy, Toy, Nyaha, Courts, Yw…

Obara Meji
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5 years ago
Reply to  kiabubblez

Fi real Cam Cam

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  kiabubblez

Brit need a beating, lolol

Obara Meji
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5 years ago
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NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Wait she use the bonfire as an oracle? Cause she said she looked in the fire to see what ailed the lady with the worm in her throat

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Ifa got me on lock…all dat missa man can come do is tek me dentist appointment fi him self.

Him need to readjust him rates so the baby dem can eat and get an universal education with their training.

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago

Nuh worry Nunu mi av full bokkle florida water n Obara a guh protect wi looool Yazzy jus nuh carry crocous bag fi stumpy ooops maribel mek shi ride wan a Nunu cow 😀

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Marcelene is a compliment mi did a gi, cho man

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  NuNu

NuNu me we join yu gainst macelene cause something nu right bout she. Is which part dat de nail shop de? GRUNGGGGGG to rass!!!!!!!

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

😀

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago

A suh big ears people tell lie lol di Benin people shuda obeah him ears mek dem bigga bout bizniz dem shuda fix him bizniz

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

A talon dem deh, dem paint up deh doe! Lolol

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago

no sah maribel maribel hmmmm a stumpy dat fi tru!!! 😀 😀 hush yah putus mommy soon get di money up up up mek u stao drink di gin

NuNu
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5 years ago

Mi ongle have bout 3 teaspoon a Florida Wata lef unoo tink it wi help mi?!

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  NuNu

lolol, yu good man.

Cami
5 years ago

I’ll be back…onu don’t kidnap nu body before me come back.

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

De babies a bruk it dung! lol the last little girl sweet. If they are charging large sums that causes the children not to get a regular schooling, then they need to rethink the process.

De priest mouth looks like a unplowed garden, lol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Grung! NuNu I does not knows yu hedher, lol

NuNu
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5 years ago

LAWD HAB MERCY!!!!!! MARIBEL DAWLIN’ MI NUH TINK SEH YUH FAVA STUMPY YUH HEAR! MI NOT EVEN DID SI YUH FI ALL MEK DEM CLAIM DEH!!!! Cami nuh lef mi!!!! Teach a weh yuh deh?!?!

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  NuNu

I tell yu say I whistle gone leave yu alone fi cut through the cow pasture (dwln) pon yu own!

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

lololol….send Yazzy! So when if dem catch are wid Mirabela inna crocus bag she can sey she don’t see well and did think a puss she a bag! lol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Me nah lie..Benin nu look like dem work anything good…look like dem obeah and voodoo Caribbean counterparts…dark

toy7318
5 years ago

I have a question the parents that are sending their children away from the town to go look work what if the spirits wants the child and the parent doesn’t get them. Will that mess up the child path.

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

a him dem rob? grungggggg…

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Marteen last name is Desousa.

Cami
5 years ago

Yazzy! over working thy self? lol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Can you imagine somebody carry you for a reading and is likkle Mirabela you go to? her height would throw me. BTW, do you know of any dwarf/little people bablawo in Yorubaland?

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Ms. De Sousa would fit in a Haiti or brazil…she’s the one who cause British to interpret things the way he is…

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Brit say him made a 2 month donation. Me don’t know if is him or the people dem pon camera a lie or both…Is either the kids gone into training and the parents should be donating food or a little money and they can’t and want to get the kids back without contribution, so they call out mr. british to highlight their cause.

NuNu
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5 years ago

Wha Obara wan’ fi seh Mirabel fava Stumpy!!!lolol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  NuNu

NuNu! yu nu hear that she is a high priestess of the elders….don’t fass with Mirabel (whistling away and leaving NuNu, lol)

I hope the people are on the up and up because I can’t see how Mirabel can divine and interpret if she have developmental issues…O care to expalin..lol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

I was nosy and did finish read one voodoo book and was craving for direct source info. That wench and har iron pot and wood dem whey bend like har face..I didn’t know in de dutty till me reach in. Thought it just had to look away on the outside.

The city demolish the entire block….dwlnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago

But Nunu from di dutty gal av dutty shop n dutty attitude Cami do right n llow har. From people give u resistance, morr time yu fi llow dem. Nothing is by coincidence…

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

grung!!! Ayeeeeee 😀

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

We need a resident linguist round here.

charles206
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

U are not lying teach. When something is very important, everybody contributes what he or she got. I’m sorry I role in late. U know most times it’s our time difference. Forgive me teach. Lol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

GRUNG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cami
5 years ago

Boy, yu can see the Haitian breed inna de Benin people dem.

De British out a order! him say Mirabel the baby high priestess look retarded, lolol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

Correction: “Mentally handicap”.

All a gwan a sin fi people a live in a tin hut in a these days and time!

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

str888888 like dat

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

But Obara people still have to make a living tuh, mi nuh di nutten wrong with that

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

On Sundays the church pass out plate, basket or Crown Royale bags fi kollection. Envelopes fi yu hard earn money at 10% or a likkle something…lol

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Talk bout Rasta,,,whey Lalibela de? Him is like “gone wid de wind” and return wid it when him ready. Hey Lalibela, hope all is well.

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

I tink is di claat dem tied n shi hold har hand suh Nunu luk again.

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Me did fass, lol. I did say that “a good fi me” before I ask me spirits fi teach har a lesson fi being rude.

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Looool dem fraid a susumba like puss

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Imagine the pittance him doing it for.

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez
5 years ago

Is good she tell yu that Cami. Mek u reach a Obara Meji ES school of scholars. That lady would have became envious a yu. She would not been able to handle yu. A suh mi spirit just tell me hmmmm

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  kiabubblez

That wench told me that bout 7 yrs ago.

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

Mek shi an har dutty shop galang. So because you’re Jamaican shi couldn’t pass on likkle knowledge

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

The video with the lady in green that represent Yemoja. In the beginning it look like they tied the lady in white hands behind her back. I just wonder what that represent?

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Candomble for divination, Santaria for the Orishas, pataki and eleke representations….then again you should be able to recognize which is the closet better than I, but Santa simplifies it for me.

NuNu
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5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

It seem like him a sensationalize it

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