Awo Abayemi
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Greeting's, May Olodumare bless all those who visit this page. My name is Danny, I am a Miami, Florida, native now living in New Jersey, which I call home for the moment.

I am a priest of Ifa, also known as a Babalawo (father of mystery). Ifa is a system of divination and worship of the Orisa known as Orunmila, the God of divination and wisdom.

Ifa comes from the Yoruba people of Africa also known to be the cradle of all civilization today which would make it said to be the oldest faith known or in exsistence.

I was asked by a good pagen friend of mine to join this site and explore other faiths in which I respect all that is for the positive upliftment of this world and everything which strives to make it a better place.
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Ifa and Orisa books.
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Shaman, Other Spirituality, Native American Spirituality
Other Beliefs/Practices
Shaman,Native American spirituality.
My parents and my wife.
How did you find PaganSpace?
A good pagen friend of mine thought I should spread some knowledge of what I have gather in Ifa and Orisa.

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Who are some of the Orisa?

Posted on May 11, 2009 at 10:54pm 0 Comments

The Yoruba faith known as Ifa and Orisa is what is known as a Pagan faith. It is believed to be the oldest faith known today as Ile Ife in Nigeria is believed to be the cradle of all civilization.

Ifa and Orisa when practiced with good character is a strong spiritual faith which links ties to natures different energies linked to specific Orisa of Olodumare. Orisa are like Saint's to the Catholic and Olodumare is whom we consider God.

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At 8:33pm on May 19, 2019, Enigma said…

You have some great pictures.

At 7:48pm on May 2, 2010, Moonling said…
Hi. Thanks for adding me ask me ne thing you want. N plz be open if I ask you bout your religion.
At 4:09pm on May 1, 2010, Dreamwalker said…
I understand what you are saying about my doing Ifa divinations. It is fine with me if you do not want to call the divinations I do Ifa divinations. I do not want to argue with anyone about this. I just want to do helpful divinations for people, and I do just that.

Within the religion of Ifa, I understand that only Babalawos can perform Ifa divinations, and I am not a Babalawo. Nor am I a member of the Ifa religion, although it interests me greatly. And I have read quite a bit about it.

Nevertheless, oracles are the language of the universe, and the universe has no problems transmitting flawless divinations through the Ifa oracle, regardless of one's affiliation with the Ifa religion. The universe imposes no rules or regulations or taboos having to do with the use of oracles. And neither do I.

For example, if Roman Catholics had an oracle they used, and they said only priests could use it, I would not honor that restriction. I would explore it and make use of it all I wanted to if I thought it had good potential as a oracle.

I think the Ifa oracle is a truly wonderful oracle, and I am an experienced diviner, and I am going to continue to use this rendering of the Ifa oracle that I created.

If you personally do not want to think of my divinations as being Ifa divinations, I have no problems with that.
At 8:56am on April 25, 2010, Serenity gave Awo Abayemi a gift
Blessings to you my friend!
At 4:35pm on November 2, 2009, Chadwick said…
Hey, I havent commented in a while. Just wanted to see how things are. I got my head marked the other day. Child of Elegba...
At 8:50am on October 20, 2009, JAGODA said…

At 4:31pm on September 7, 2009, Chadwick said…
Im sorry that I havent responded for months. My mother just passed away in May and its taken my some time to get back to where I want to talk to others. I spent some time with my Iya and she and the Orisha have helped me through this.
At 5:47pm on August 9, 2009, Serenity said…
At 11:40am on June 15, 2009, Marje said…
Great to see another rootworker within this community :)

Bondye bon

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