Godfather’s myth: The catholic Origin

Godfather’s myth: The catholic Origin

July 30 2014

Read the next news to follow this one : The need of godfather in the "Regla Osha / Ifa" is essential.Read More

Ifa divination system intangible cultural heritage of humanity

Ifa divination system intangible cultural heritage of humanity

February 3 2014

The Ifa divination system, which makes use of an extensive corpus of texts and mathematical formulas, is practiced among Yoruba communities and by the African […]Read More

Letter of the year 2014 for California

Letter of the year 2014 for California

January 8 2014

Odù Ìyási Edún (Letter of The Year) 2014 for California and near neighborhoods states This past December 31 of 2013, a series of ceremonies were […]Read More

Warriors

Warriors

November 19 2013

In the initiation of the Guerreros or Warriors, you actually receive several Orishas: Echu Elegguá, Ogún, Ochossi and Osun.They live by your front door and will need to be taken care of every Monday as well as whenever they ask for something via divination. As your knowledge deepens in the religion, the more you will be able to work with these Orishas. Over time, you will be taught how to give obí or coconut to your Guerreros to ask them simple yes or no questions.Read More

Initiation

Initiation

November 19 2013

While the power of the Orishas is legendary, one doesn't become initiated for power or for money. Instead initiations in Santeria help the person to move forward in their lives, often in specific ways and impart the aché or spiritual power of the Orishas into your life. There are a number of levels of initiation, and the knowledge you gain deepens as well as the commitment expected of you by the Orishas and your Godparents.Read More

Osha Ifa Rules

Osha Ifa Rules

November 19 2013

Osha Ifa Rules for Santeros; the divine sayings from the letters (signs) of the Dilogún as well as those from the Odun of Ifa; the Ethics Code of such Odun and the Moral Commandments of Ika Fun Odun of Ifa are strongly related to a solid tradition and experience based on religious practice of Olosha, Babalosha, Iyalosha, Oluwo Osain, Oba or Oriate Babalawo and Oluo.Read More

The pantheon of orishas. Oya

The pantheon of orishas. Oya

October 29 2013

She is the goddess of strong winds and tornados, lightning, storms and rains. She rules over the dead and is the guardian of the cemetery. […]Read More

The pantheon of orishas. Shango

The pantheon of orishas. Shango

October 29 2013

 He is the god of lightning, thunder, fire, war, Bata drums, dance, music, and masculine beauty. He is the patron of warriors. Shango has had […]Read More

The Origins of Santeria

The Origins of Santeria

October 12 2013

The word “santeria” was used by the Spanish to mock the seemingly excessive devotion to the Catholic saints shown by the slaves from Africa. Their […]Read More

The pantheon of orishas. Osun

The pantheon of orishas. Osun

October 12 2013

He is a major orisha who acts as a messenger to Obatala and Olofin. Orula relies on him to obtain the power and knowledge needed […]Read More

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