Blog - BOTANICA ELEMI
- YEMAYA AGANA
- Iyawo Protocol and attire
- Los Tambores en la Religion
- Remigio Herrera Adeshina Obara Meyi history
- YEMAYA ATARAMAWA
- YEMAYA ASESU
- Quienes Son Los Ibeyis
- Ochun Ibu Akuaro
- Adimu para Orishas
- YEMAYA MAYELEWO
- The Story of Shango
- YEWA - The Daughter of Baba ODÙDÚWÀ
- Miami Santeria Faith Joins Forces
- Las Piedras y Sus Atributos
Ø Dress or skirt and blouse. The skirt must reach below the knees and the blouse should have little to no cleavage. Sleeves must reach below the elbow. Clothes must be loose-fitting.
Ø The famous/infamous shawl.
Ø Slips, bras, petite pants.
Ø Head covering—turban, hat, or wrap, with a “quilla” or cloth headscarf, and a piece of cotton under that.
Ø Closed shoes.
Ø Stockings or socks.
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STORY of SHÀNGÓ, ÒGE & ÒRÚNMÌLÀ: How SHÀNGÓ became King of Kings:
This Story was given orally by the Spirit TATA G, Emissary of Baba Oduduwa at ÈGBÉ ÓDÙN OLÓFIN - The Spiritual Family of OLÓFIN'S SECRET. SHÀNGÓ was a type of young person that nobody love him or wanted him, when SHÀNGÓ grew up; SHÀNGÓ discovers a method of Divination that would revolutionize everything, that method or tool to be use as Oracle is the ÒPÈLÈ (or Ekuele), that is known as the Chain of Divination. SHÀNGÓ meets a man called Òrúnmìlà, and this man told him: “Why are going up and down making so many mistakes in your life?” SHÀNGÓ replies: “I don’t know”. Òrúnmìlà asked SHÀNGÓ; Do you know who you are? Òrúnmìlà told him: “You are an spiritual direct descendant of Baba Oduduwa, and You have the path of the THRONE, but up to now you haven’t earned it”. TATA “G” Comments: From this comes the saying; “Kings are not born, they are put in the Throne”. Òrúnmìlà told him: “I am going to exchange this tool of Divination you use, the ÒPÈLÈ, and you are going to say to people that this method in mine, and in return, I will guide you in the path that you should follow in order to become a King”. ShÀNGÓ agrees, and he gives his ÒPÈLÈ to Òrúnmìlà. SHÀNGÓ explains to him how to use the ÒPÈLÈ and how it works. ShÀNGÓ was the Fourth Aláàﬁn of OYO. The word Aláàﬁn means “Heir of the Secrets”; this is what Baba Oduduwa through his Elègún (medium) has revealed. Baba Oduduwa gave a praise to SHÀNGÓ:“Mojuba SHÀNGÓ, Aláàﬁn Olóﬁn Ayé” that means: I Praise ShÀNGÓ, the Heir (Aláàﬁn) of Olóﬁn (the Owner of the Secrets) of Ayé (the World).
YEWA - The Daughter of Baba ODÙDÚWÀ:
YEWA is the Virgin ÒRÌŞÀ. She is a very jealous ÒRÌŞÀ, she is the most Jealous ÒRÌŞÀ that exists, and she wants all her children and devotees as her, to be Virgin. This is why in certain occasions, YEWA take away the spouse o husband of her children (Omo) in a TRAGIC WAY. This is why you have to be “Ó DÁRA”= Well and in good terms, you have to be fresh with the ÒRÌŞÀ YEWA in regards to her children, and you have to refresh her, you have to pamper her, so that YEWA allows you to have a sentimental partner.