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MEET MAMA YEYE
Mama Yeye was born and raised in St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands! Her spiritual background began with my matriarchal linage of herbalist and spiritualist on both sides of my family. She had training in herbs began with her mother Elmira Farrell and her spiritual training began with a maternal great aunt, named Caroline E. Thomas and many members of her extended family unit whose names are too numerous to mention here.
Mama Yeye says she give thanks and praises to all of our ancestors for without them, we would not be. Her first initiation was in 1991 into the order of Palo Mayombe as Yayi Nkizi (Mother of Spirits) to Mama Chola and Lucero by my late Tata Bisuako, in Miami, Fl. In 1999 she became initiated into Lukumi to Orisa Oshun Ibu Kole and Ogun, Alagbede by Iya Alabumi but was instructed by Ita to follow the Traditional route to Orisa, and she relocated back to the islands.
In 2000, Mama Yeye returned to St. Thomas and started by business that she still runs today of Traditional Healing, providing spiritual readings, cleanings and guidance to those on their spiritual paths. In 2001 she received first initiation to Ifa by Babalawo Osasee in Puerto Rico and received Ifa odu, Osa Ose, the same as her Oluwo but this relationship did not last long as it was a Lukumi Ifa house as well.
In 2010,Mama Yeye made connection with Babalawo Oyasogo Ifakorede of Ajitena Temple, Oyo Nigeria and has been working with him and all the Babalawos and Iyanifawos since then. As a result of these undertakings, she received a Chieftancy title of Erelu Abiye in the Ajitena Temple Ogboni Miami branch under Olowo Fakayode.
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