“Esu is Not Satan” | Interview with Orisa Priestess Ifawemimo Omitonade | by Kola Tubosun | Brittle Paper


Ifá and Òrìṣà worship are the original spiritual practices in Africa especially in Yorùbáland. In Yorùbáland where the religion comes from, the worship, rituals and traditions were mainly family-based. The practice of Ifá/Orìsà is a spiritual path to transformation, a transformation from the inside out, that begins with you as an individual and ends with you as an individual. Ifá worship is different from Òrìṣà worship.

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The Meandering Paths of Segun Akinlolu


[The Meandering Paths of Segun Akinlolu] is good,have a look at it!

There will be no justice for the millions of hapless Africans

Shackled and tortured, irreversibly damaged,

Silenced and murdered, on the slave routes,

The harrowing pain and abuse suffered by those who made it over

Continues to haunt their children and extended offspring

And yes, lest we forget, insignificant Eric was one of them.

Who will cry for you now? Who will get your due?

A million online campaigns will not,

And CNN already closed your chapter in a brief, symbolic, staged debate

You are small fry, though,

In a world of inequity, controlled by the rich and the powerful few,

The owners of endlessly networked corporations,

The ones who make a profit from each conflict,

Who sell the guns and the bandages; train the doctors and the snipers,

Fund groundbreaking research and create new diseases

New vaccines and cures which must be sold, be sold, be sold

The shadowy men who hide under the guise of philanthropy

To inflict pain, disease and death on others,

The tech barons who support the development

Of agro-seeds that do not re-grow

Who, with their celebrity friends, love Africa more than the Africans

And who, one day, we will celebrate as saviours

Due to our communal blindness, greed and selfishness

Oh, and let us not forget their agents –

Homegrown collaborators and gene-bearing returnees,

Set upon the land like locusts at harvest

You, who rape your mother at night and massage her wounds in daylight

You will get away with it; it’s written in the books.

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