Òòsùn, Ọbàtálá, Ọ̀sanyìn and Òrìṣà Oko are among the Òrìṣà that have typical iron sticks called ọ̀pá. Here's a basic description, including Cuban and Brazilian offsprings!
An interview with Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún, who works on the Text-To-Speech application of Yorùbá language and the chances this offers for millions of people.
Download the free Yorùbá Audio Course with 90 minutes of useful phrases in 22 chapters for Olorisha and cultural tourists! In English, Español or Português.
Félix Ayoh’OMIDIRE is the Director of the Institute of Cultural Studies at the University of Ilé-Ifẹ̀. He studies the Yorùbá influence in the Afro-Latin diaspora. Read an exciting interview!
Dasalu was a Yorùbá from Abẹ́òkuta sold into slavery around 1850. With returning Lukumí he could send a letter and later returned to Africa. A portrait of the Trans-Atlantic Yorùbá network.
A review of many Yorùbá language courses availabe on the market today, for the Yorùbá students and olorisha worldwide.
This greeting means "May the sacrifice be sanctioned, accepted and manifest!"
Esin Abalaye means "traditional religion" in Yoruba language.
As an Olorisha you have to learn from the elders of our community. Daily life is the University.
Oshun, the name of a river in Yorubaland and the name of an Orisha - river and Orisha are one.
Olokun is Yoruba language for "owner of the sea".
Yemoja is a Yoruba river deity associated with the sea and saltwater in the diaspora.
The word Orisha in correct Yoruba spelling for the traditionalist. A perfect, simple T-Shirt.
A message that does not have to be further explained! No mistranslation possible.
I heard that Eshu sometimes likes to play around and make fun! This is a positive message. Eshu is not Satan.
Red parrot feathers fill the letters of these words: Child of Orisha.
The profit made by selling all the Oshun T-shirts will be donated to the Susanne Wenger Foundation for saving the heritage of Adunni Olorisa at the Sacred Oshun Grove in Osogbo, Nigeria. Buying a T-shirt supports Yoruba culture.