DEITIY RISES UP IN ONDO STATE NIGERIA AFTER HER SHRINE WAS RAIDED

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Blogger Caroline British sent this article to my inbox with this message to me:  “I keep seeing this on my news feed. Seems to have caused quite a disturbance among government officials who are at loathe to admit these gods are real”.

Omolokun, a river  Goddess is as real as all the others, she is the child or offspring of Olokun. The respect that Africans needs to give to these deities are not being given because of these foreign religions that Africans have now in recent years adopted, Christianity and Islam, and of course trying to make a buck through thievery . The nerve of them to sell anything belonging to the deity who has been protecting their town for centuries.

This  Araba of our town went to serve Ifa for the town. It was supposed to be served from two days ago. The King bought the animal to be served and all the things which are to be used for the sacrifice, but there was some delay in serving the deity and this morning the animal died. The deity waited too long and took the animal himself, so the Araba sent the students to purchase the animal again so that the deity will be served very early tomorrow morning.

Even though the first animal was taken by the deity, they still have to serve another and performed the correct rituals and prayers for acceptance. The King and all important officials will be there along with Oloorishas, Babalawo’s, Iyanifa’s, Awo’s and the towns people. In Africa and in every town it is very important for the deities who protects the town to be served and cared for. Every King of each town, regardless of his religious practice must see that this is done.

How can we cast away that which have served and sustained our ancestors and now us for years, that which have taught us and kept us safe and alive,preserved our towns and villages, how ?.

 

 

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Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Obara Meji

O Meji!

Cher
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Cher
5 years ago

Hello everyone, what a shame now the good have to suffer for the bad.

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Cher

Hi Cher. Yes it’s unfortunate, but sometimes the good like to play blind in order to remain “the good”. I wouldn’t be surprise that the first to be striken had some knowledge of the desecration of the shrine.

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

Iba all those who continue to keep tradition alive…

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Ty

Ase

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

Then there is the other set that just deny it….and to make matters worse, accept that what they know is not true….

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

I know that many cultures honor the Orishas in different ways, such as honoring the elements of nature, which in turn feeds into the energy of the Orishas in some way …. But I look at me and feel robbed, down and sad…that my generation is just awakening to the Orishas…yet here you have these Africans born in it, and versed in it, yet pervert the tradition and steal…just to make a buck….

KB
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KB
5 years ago
Reply to  Ty

I agree 100% I feel cheated at times too. Look what we missed out on…
Night Obara Ty n Cher

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago
Reply to  KB

Yes Kb, I still want to see magbo, that Obara talked about….

To hell with reality tv…let’s get the real reality….

Cable getting cut in Jamaica now so maybe that is the first step towards the old ways and less foreign mind…

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

Is it the reason Africa is so sacred, spiritual and blessed because the Orishas are fed, appeased and honored….while here in the us where Orishas are not appeased on that level, spiritual energy is weak, devoid in others?

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

Obara, this post made me wonder about the places where the Orishas are not honored and appeased…

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Ty

Evening Ladies. Ty, after reading your comment I also wonder about places that has been built on and no one knew it was sacred. Here in the states its the Natives burial mounds that fall into that position.

Imagine in Jamaica people not being aware of traditional spots during slave days, or spots where JuJu buried.

Obara, does JuJu have a life span?

KB
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KB
5 years ago

Evening ladies same thing i thought Cami when i read the article last week. This is strange illness. Who trouble the Orisha? Who wasnt appeased? Which Orisha is not happy? Tradition must be followed n honored.

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago
Reply to  KB

Greetings KB and Obara

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  KB

Hey KB! I think the answer to your questions is simply “these worthless little bastards that don’t have respect for anything that isn’t certified by TV or rap lyrics”

Cami
5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

*are…* when I drop into that broken english mode I write with ease, lol

Cami
5 years ago

Obara, hope you’ll be able to get some first hand information for us.

Cami
5 years ago

I was wondering about that outbreak when it was reported in the British press, a week ago. Obara where you find that graphic? creepy eye.

I won’t even get into a verbal tantrum about the culprits lineage, lol.

Hailings sister Ty, and CB for the article

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

Yes Cami di eye creepy if true but I kinda like it…

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago
Reply to  Cami

Big up Cami!

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

Me too Obara….such a crime…

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

I pray that the sacred items are returned and the orisha is appeased…

Ty
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Ty
5 years ago

wow!

all for greed…sad thing is that the thieves knew better…tradition must be respected…

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