Showing results for inauthor:Ifa Karade of about 8 books (Page 1) ordered by Relevancy
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Description: Ojise: Messenger of the Yoruba Tradition is a journal of the day-to-day activities and rituals that Karade encountered in his quest for priesthood in the Yoruba religion. Embedded in this journal are the very emotions, ideas and changes in his psyche-and the healing of soul - that occured on this journey. Karade explains the significance of the spiritual pilgrimage for people of all faiths.
Description: Karade states It is important for the devotees of the Yoruba faith to explore the origins of the Yoruba in both historical and cultural dimensions in addition to studying the structure of the Ifa philosophy and religious culture. By studying and contemplating upon the vast richness of the tradition, devotees are also less likely to rest upon the 'Occult-like' levels and rise to the plateau of realising Ifa as a path to inner enlightenment and divine reflection.
Description: His name's Ku'unbu. He hails from the western region of Oyo, and he's led its army to the Ethiopian plains. Under direct orders from the king, he must protect Princess Emina, the nation's cherished treasure. Ku'unbu remains ever vigilant. Foreboding spirits possess the adolescent princess, wars shake the foundations of the emerging city-state, and betrayals undermine royal authority.
Description: The Ifa religion provided healing and foundation during enslavement. It served as a constant reminder of who we are an just how important it is for us to relate to the forces of life and identify with it through our own likeness. During the time when we were being stripped of our self worth, it was our tradition that prevented us from committing total self-annihilation. The worship of Orisha heale...