Baba Araba Ifayemi Elebuibon at Ogbeyonu Temple in Osogbo Osun State, Nigeria, World Culture Education Alliance (U.S.A.) & Children of the World African Diaspora (World) have partnered to make information on Traditional African Culture and Spirituality more accessible to the World by using multi-media sharing. This documentary on "Orisa Esu Elegbara: Facts vs. Fictions" is our first collaboration project. We hope that you will support us in educating and sharing Sacred African Tradation with the World. Adupe & Thank You~
This Project is Directed By:
Baba Araba Ifayemi Elebuibon,
IFA Priest, Author: Poet, Playwright, Cultural Icon and Traditional Yoruba West Afrikan Cultural Educator & Preservationist
Our goal is to raise $6,000 by August first. To make a donation please go to http://www.gofundme.com/74bxu0
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The Healing Power of Sacrifice
Chief Priest Ifayemi Elebuibon
The term sacrifice needs to be further explained in the Yoruba cultural perspectives. Its connotation transcends the mere offer of gifts to the poor. Sacrifice is propitiates. This is why it is otherwise known as Etutu (that which propitiates). In another vain, sacrifice can be seen as an atonement- career of bad fortunes and mishaps.Through the practice of sacrifice, all forms of adversities are rubbed off the path of man and nation and thus usher in positive fortunes of various magnitudes and complexions. The place of sacrifice therefore should not be undermined especially when one remembers that evil and good fortunes are like twin sisters,almost always, each other's concomitant.
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