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read this post and it will explain a lot of the points I made in today’s post/

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NuNu
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6 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Ok thanks

NuNu
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6 years ago

I would like to understand what initiation means because it says that in lucumi if someone is initiated to one orisa they can’t be iniated into others. Does that mean they can’t communicate with them on a certain level?

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6 years ago
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yes, Obara. In some ways, the lukumi almost seems like a completely different thing. I think the Brazilian Candomble are a closer to the Nigerian way, but they also have too much catholic influence.

I am a drummer, so I was curious to know about playing the bata drums.

NuNu
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6 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

Hey Obara, ok

NuNu
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6 years ago

Good afternoon everyone! Hi Seeker

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Spiritual Seeker
6 years ago
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Hey Nunu! Hope you’re having a great day.

NuNu
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6 years ago

I am, thank you SSeeker

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6 years ago

This was very interesting to see all of the differences. It seems the Cubans have made things much more strict for some reason.

Obara, I’ve always wanted to know are women allowed to play bata drums in Nigeria or is that just a Cuban thing?

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