• 02:02

    Eji Ogbe: Trends of “Cognitive Dissonance” afflicting our new generation

    in Spirituality

    Join Dia Nunez, Lukumi Elder Oba Ernesto Pichardo, and special guest: Advertising expert and Shango priest Charles C. Wright


    As we discuss the root of the letter of the year Eji Ogbe and The Trends of Cognitive Dissonance in Hunmanity, and how that effects the Orisha community.


    Join us!


     


    CHARLES WRIGHT | Biography
    Charles Wright has spent most of his 17 year career as a strategist in the advertising industry.  He was a founder and President of Translation, one of the country's preeminent advertising agencies specializing in young adult and teen advertising campaigns for Fortune 500 companies.  His clients have included Samsung, Sprite, Estée Lauder, State Farm, Conde Nast and McDonalds.  An expert in teen and young and young adult consumers, Charles helped Coca Cola field a massive study analyzing the attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of teens.  He is also a member if the Multicultural Marketing Association and the American Association of Hispanic Advertisers.   A crowned Lukumi priest of Shango, Charles spends much of his time studying African traditional Religions and is an avid amateur photographer.

  • 01:53

    Eji Ogbe: Trends of “Cognitive Dissonance” afflicting our new generation Part 3

    in Spirituality

    Join Dia Nunez (Priestess of Yemaya), Lukumi Elder Oba Ernesto Pichardo, and special guest: Advertising expert and Shango priest Charles C. Wright


    As we discuss the root of the letter of the year Eji Ogbe and The Trends of Cognitive Dissonance in Hunmanity, and how that effects the Orisha community. Part two we will be discussing the "Harry Potter Generation" and how that has affected the Orisha Community, and much, much more!


    Join us!


     


    CHARLES WRIGHT | Biography
    Charles Wright has spent most of his 17 year career as a strategist in the advertising industry.  He was a founder and President of Translation, one of the country's preeminent advertising agencies specializing in young adult and teen advertising campaigns for Fortune 500 companies.  His clients have included Samsung, Sprite, Estée Lauder, State Farm, Conde Nast and McDonalds.  An expert in teen and young and young adult consumers, Charles helped Coca Cola field a massive study analyzing the attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of teens.  He is also a member if the Multicultural Marketing Association and the American Association of Hispanic Advertisers.   A crowned Lukumi priest of Shango,

  • 02:06

    Eji Ogbe: Trends of “Cognitive Dissonance” afflicting our new generation Part 2

    in Spirituality

    Join Dia Nunez (Priestess of Yemaya), Lukumi Elder Oba Ernesto Pichardo, and special guest: Advertising expert and Shango priest Charles C. Wright


    As we discuss the root of the letter of the year Eji Ogbe and The Trends of Cognitive Dissonance in Hunmanity, and how that effects the Orisha community. Part two we will be discussing the "Harry Potter Generation" and how that has affected the Orisha Community, and much, much more!


    Join us!


     


    CHARLES WRIGHT | Biography
    Charles Wright has spent most of his 17 year career as a strategist in the advertising industry.  He was a founder and President of Translation, one of the country's preeminent advertising agencies specializing in young adult and teen advertising campaigns for Fortune 500 companies.  His clients have included Samsung, Sprite, Estée Lauder, State Farm, Conde Nast and McDonalds.  An expert in teen and young and young adult consumers, Charles helped Coca Cola field a massive study analyzing the attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of teens.  He is also a member if the Multicultural Marketing Association and the American Association of Hispanic Advertisers.   A crowned Lukumi priest of Shango, Charles spends much of his time studying African traditional Religions and is an avid amateur photographer.

  • 01:17

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Bara) with Awo Ifategunse

    in Culture

     
    Ifa Code of Conduct with Ifategunse Osadele Sun. 8-9 PM EST     Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still remain - they didn’t just go away with the advent of the industrial age and other trappings of modern societies that made our lives more convenient. For the majority of us, we don’t encounter those forces- knowingly, at least- unless we are facing life-altering experiences or problems, or deep spiritual dilemmas. Those with personal problems or difficult situations have taken solace in church, therapy sessions, or even the confidence of a friend or close family member who is easy to talk to. However, another resource that Americans of African descent especially- and people of other cultural backgrounds generally- are now realizing they can tap into the spiritual traditions of their West African forbearers for a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them. For more information about Ifa Code of Conduct go to http://www.ifacodeofconduct.com/ .  This weeks topic: Ogbe Obara

  • 02:06

    HOW WILL IFA MEND OUR BROKEN WORLD?

    in Lifestyle

    It is said that "IFA WILL MEND OUR BROKEN WORLD" but in looking at the state of affairs in the Ifa-Orisa-Egun Worldwide FAMILY, and the closed-mindedness other religious families have towards us, it is of great urgency that we assit IFA in the mending of our broken world. In the Ifa  Odu of the Year, (JUNE 2014-JUNE 2015), "ODI OGBE" WARNS all DEVOTEES AND PRACTIONERS that there would be many who come to destroy the image of the AWO when Solagbade Poopola wrote; "grand conspiracies and intrigues against all Awo the world over.  Adherants of other faiths are making all efforts in their power to surpress and overwhelme all Awo in order to ensure that they do not amount to anything in the scheme of things".  IFA NEVER LIES and because of that, Ifa cautions all AWOS (adepts) to not misbehave, especially towards women or else...Instead, seek for amicable resolutions to differences and not use your spiritual powers to attack other AWOs or for the purpose of control as many men who feel they must have control over a woman or be higher than a woman in rank and status are doing now.     


    HOW DO WE GO ABOUT GETTING OTHER RELIGIOUS GROUPS OFF OUR BACKS? WHAT ARE SOME POSITIVE WAYS IN WHICH WE CAN PROMOTE IFA TO NON-IFA/ORISA/EGUN PEOPLE WITHIN OUR COMMUNITIES?  WHAT POSITIVE STEPS DO YOU THINK WE WOULD HAVE TO TAKE AS INDIVIDUALS IN ORDER TO HELP MEND OUR BROKEN WORLD? WHAT CHANGES HAVE YOU AND/OR YOUR IFA/ORISA COMMUNITY MADE TO HELP MEND OUR BROKEN WORLD?

  • 01:10

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe-Owonrin) with Awo Ifategunse

    in Culture

     
    Ifa Code of Conduct with Ifategunse Osadele Sun. 8-9 PM EST Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still remain - they didn’t just go away with the advent of the industrial age and other trappings of modern societies that made our lives more convenient. For the majority of us, we don’t encounter those forces- knowingly, at least- unless we are facing life-altering experiences or problems, or deep spiritual dilemmas. Those with personal problems or difficult situations have taken solace in church, therapy sessions, or even the confidence of a friend or close family member who is easy to talk to. However, another resource that Americans of African descent especially- and people of other cultural backgrounds generally- are now realizing they can tap into the spiritual traditions of their West African forbearers for a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them. For more information about Ifa Code of Conduct go to http://www.ifacodeofconduct.com/.  This weeks topic: Ogbe

  • 01:05

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Irosun) with Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

     
    Ifa Code of Conduct with Ifategunse Osadele Sun. 8-9 PM EST   Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still remain - they didn’t just go away with the advent of the industrial age and other trappings of modern societies that made our lives more convenient. For the majority of us, we don’t encounter those forces- knowingly, at least- unless we are facing life-altering experiences or problems, or deep spiritual dilemmas. Those with personal problems or difficult situations have taken solace in church, therapy sessions, or even the confidence of a friend or close family member who is easy to talk to. However, another resource that Americans of African descent especially- and people of other cultural backgrounds generally- are now realizing they can tap into the spiritual traditions of their West African forbearers for a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them. For more information about Ifa Code of Conduct go to http://www.ifacodeofconduct.com/.    This weeks topic: Ogbe Irosun

  • 01:29

    Spiritual Warfare

    in Lifestyle

    WITCHES of NIGERIA declare WAR on BOKO HARAM (Muslim Extremist)
    Worried by the socio-economic challenges facing the country, especially the nation’s state of insecurity, witches and wizards in the country recently held an emergency meeting at Afuze, Edo State, Nigeria West Africa
    Making this revelation in an exclusive interview with Saturday Sun in Lagos on Wednesday, leader and spokesman, Witches and Wizards Association of Nigeria, (WITZAN), Dr. Okhue Iboi said the emergency meeting held by his members was not only aimed at discussing the various challenges confronting the nation but also to chart a way forward.
    “Witches and Wizards in Nigeria are deeply worried by what is going on in the country especially Boko Haram insurgency.  As stakeholders in the Nigerian project, we can no longer afford to fold our hands while  the nation burns.  Enough is enough”, he declared (Tunde Thomas, July 19, 2014).
    What is Spiritual Warfare (SW)? Is SW the same as Religious Warefare (RW)? Who are the Boko Haram? What is the Nigerian Project (NP)? Why are the Witches involved in the NP? How is this affecting the Nigerian Economy? Is the NP associated with the Economy? What is IFA and ORISA? What is ODU ODI OGBE? What role does Ifa & Orisa Devotees and Practioners (Priest and Lay Persons of the IFA Faith) have in the use of SW or RW?
     

  • 01:05

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Iwori) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Join Awo Ifategunse Osadele for Ifa Code.  Today he will be discussing Ogbe iwori

  • 01:10

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Di) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

     
    Ifa Code of Conduct with Ifategunse Osadele Sun. 8-9 PM EST   Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still remain - they didn’t just go away with the advent of the industrial age and other trappings of modern societies that made our lives more convenient. For the majority of us, we don’t encounter those forces- knowingly, at least- unless we are facing life-altering experiences or problems, or deep spiritual dilemmas. Those with personal problems or difficult situations have taken solace in church, therapy sessions, or even the confidence of a friend or close family member who is easy to talk to. However, another resource that Americans of African descent especially- and people of other cultural backgrounds generally- are now realizing they can tap into the spiritual traditions of their West African forbearers for a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them. For more information about Ifa Code of Conduct go to http://www.ifacodeofconduct.com/.   This weeks topic: Ogbe DI

  • 02:13

    The Amethyst Oracle : Divination with a Queer Twist

    in LGBT

    L*I*V*E Readings ... skype in or call 646.716.5510 to receive a reading on the air during the show.
     


    On this month's Amethyst Oracle, HiC and Charlie are joined by Mystic Arts and Spiritual Teacher, Lou Florez. Join us as we wander down the hazy and humid path of Southern-style Tarot, Mediumship, Diloggún and Magic. If you have questions about this style of work, feel free to call in during the show to ask your question. PLUS, Lou will be offering us a Southern-style magical technique that you can perform in order to survive and thrive during the astrological storm front that is blowing through April.
     


    Lou Florez is an internationally known speaker and lecturer of folk magic traditions of the South. He is a deeply rooted Spirit Worker, Priest, and Medium who has studied with indigenous elders and medicine holders from across the globe.

    Lou is graduate apprentice of Catherine Yronwode’s Hoodoo Rootwork Correspondence Course, and is a member of The Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers, a gathering of professional practitioners of African American folk magic, hoodoo, conjure, and rootwork, who provide psychic readings and spiritual root doctoring services to the public.

    In 2008, Lou was confirmed as an Olorisha and Priest of Shango under Iyanifa Ifalade Ta’Shia Asanti of Ile Ori Ogbe Egun, and is a Tata Nkisi in the Bacongo Tradition. Lou also holds the titles of High Priest through a Neo-pagan tradition, and he has studied and apprenticed with Curanderos and Hoodoo Workers throughout the South.

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