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  • 02:10

    Secrets that Little Girls Hide with Queen Osunede Olusegun

    in Spirituality

    This show is Part II of a series of shows highlighting our campaign to end sexual abuse of children. This week we focus on family dynamics and how adults abuse their fiduciary trust to provide and protect the child. QueenMother Iya Awo Ifalola Mama Darlene Dawson will co-host as Queen Osunede Olusegun shares some of her life experiences. She will elaborate on Ayo' House of Healing. To build Ayo's House of Healing everyone needs to share resourcea ie. money , land , builder. You can send money to Ayo's House of Healing via PayPal @ askqueenmother2@gmail.com
    Join the discussion!
    Call (347)989-0180

  • 02:05

    Secrets that Little Girls Hide with Queen Osunede Olusegun

    in Spirituality

    On Friday April 24 @ 9 pm Join Iya Awo Ifalola Mama Darlene Dawson Aka QueenMother4real for an in depth interview with the author of the book Secrets that Little Girls Hide . This book is a poignant and no nonsense story of abuse and neglect and the devastating effects and traumatic events that bring us front and center of her painful past.
    This show is one of many. Every Friday we will host shows about protecting women and children from sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse and neglect. We can't change the world that created this abuse, until we change ourselves.
    Call in number 347-989-0180 to speak out.

  • 01:00

    Spring Equinox Awakening

    in Spirituality

    Join QueenMother Iya Awo Ifalola and special guests as we celebrate the Divine Spring Equinox by planting seeds for our future. Share with us your information and methods that you celebrate. Call us 347-989-0180.

  • 01:58

    ISEFA AND/OR ITEFA: CONTACT WITH IFA

    in Lifestyle

    You are invited to join TRUE TALKS WITH OFAE OFAE tonight, Sunday, 3/15/15 at 8:pm EST by calling 347-850-1533 to discuss ISEFA AND/OR ITEFA.: CONTACT WITH ORISA


    What is ISEFA?


    What is ITEFA?


    What is the main difference between ISEFA and Itefa?


    What does Isefa offer you? What does ITEFA offer youe?


    Do you think that everyone is suppose do ITEFA and become Awo or do ISEFA and be devotee?


    What responsibilities come along with ISEFA? What responsibilities come along with ITEFA?


    Does ITEFA supersede ISEFA, if so, why?


    What is the impact of doing ITEFA without doing  ISEFA?


    For the sake of clarity, your comments and questionsare greatly appreciated!

  • 00:30

    Denver Wise Guys on FML Radio

    in Music

    DENVER WI$EGUY$ IS A POWERFUL SUPPORT GROUP. WE STRIVE TO RESPECT AND PROVIDE SUPPORT TO HARD WORKING TALENTED INDIVIDUALS. WE ARE NOT A GANG OR RAP GROUP.ALL WISED OUT ALL WISE LOVE IS OUR SLOGAN meaning :UNITY POWER RESPECT.

  • 01:37

    Ways IFA practitioners, balance priesthood duties with various professions ?

    in Spirituality

    We welcome you to join IFAGlobalSite.com blog talk radio.  This is a Global humanitarian healing, educational vehicle. The purpose is to bring awareness teaching the wisdom & cultural science oracle system of IFA a originating from West Africa Nigeria.  The System of IFA is a cultural based tradition for all nationalities for those who want to learn how to spiritually and physically achieve there highest potential in life. 


    Please join Hosts: Professor Babalawo Ifategunse Osadele & Apetebi Omirelekun Ifadunmade- Ifalase


    Thursday March 5th 2015 


     8.00pm-10.00pm EST.   


    Topic discussion: Ways of how IFA practitioners, incorporate IFA traditions within their work environments and profession?


    With Guest Appearances from :


    Professor Awo Babatunji Muasta Ifarinu & Apetebi Preistess of Obatala Osalami Omisoore (Nakia Blake BSN- RN) Founder of Natural Nursing Solutions Inc www.naturalnursingsolutions.com


     


    "IFA Is The Solution to Solving Our Problems"


    IFAGlobalsite.com


    Visit www.ifaglobalsite.com


    Email info@ifaglobalsite.com   


     


     

  • 00:31

    Friday Night with Awo Fategbe

    in Spirituality

    New SCHEDULE  9PM EST. First Friday of the Month!      Call In 347-989-0180
    Babalorisa Ogun-ori-ota Awo Fategbe Fatunmbi omo awo Falokun Fatunmbi Olori Ile Iwa Pele Miami fategbe@gmail.com 786-908-2595 O.k., so i'm Puerto Rican, i was born in Los Angeles, most of grade school in Puerto Rico where I was introduced to the religion as practiced there. My father was a healer and my mother a medium. We lived in a City which was known as "La Ciudad de los Brujos" - "the city of the witchdoctors." But when we moved back to the states my parents pretty much left the religion behind. I did other things for spiritual connectivity. When I moved to Gainesville Florida in 1998 to start grad school, I met a brother who practiced "traditional" but actually it was more Oyotunji mix. What appealed to me the most at the time was the early warning system and technology to stay on path. I was initiated into Ifa by awo Falokun Fatunmbi in May 2011 after about five years of having the first hand. I have two daughters, ages 6 and 12. I have gotten the nickname 'Papa Gallina" - Daddy Hen, cuz I spend a lot of time with my girls and am very protective. I teach English at a college in Miami. I used to be a carpenter/contractor, but broke my back.
    Each week we will have different guests to discuss issues related to Ifa

  • 01:05

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

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct is hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele and produced by Osaremi Lanloke.  Join us every Tues. 8-9 PM EST only on OORadio.   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 forbearersfor a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them.  This weeks topic:  Oyeku Iwori.

  • 01:11

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

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct
    Hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Produced by Osaremi Ogunleye Lanloke
     
    Ifa the sacred art and body of wisdom from the Yoruba people of West Africa, is an ancient legacy that is used today throughout the world in resolving problems, finding answers and dealing with tragedies. In our modern society we may depend on a minister, therapist, psychiatrist or a trusted friend for helping us in difficult times. When you listen and call into Ifa Code of Conduct you’ll hear how Ifa can and does address every part of our contemporary lives and is a tool for building ourselves, our families, and our communities.
    This weeks topic is:  Ogbe Fun

  • 01:14

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Oyeku-Ogbe) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct
    Hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Produced by Osaremi Ogunleye Lanloke
     
    Ifa the sacred art and body of wisdom from the Yoruba people of West Africa, is an ancient legacy that is used today throughout the world in resolving problems, finding answers and dealing with tragedies. In our modern society we may depend on a minister, therapist, psychiatrist or a trusted friend for helping us in difficult times. When you listen and call into Ifa Code of Conduct you’ll hear how Ifa can and does address every part of our contemporary lives and is a tool for building ourselves, our families, and our communities.
    This weeks topic: Oyeku Ogbe: Ancestral veneration and enlightenment

  • 02:01

    ROLES OF WOMEN IN IFA/ORISA LIFE: IYANIFAS ARE TAKING THE LEAD

    in Lifestyle

    "Ifa priestesses are called Iyanifa. Awo is often used as a gender-neutral reference to individual Iyanifa or Babalawo, as well as to the group as a whole. An Awo is a spiritual counsellor to clients and those whom he or she may have assisted in receiving tutelary Orisa shrines and/or initiation into the spiritual tradition of the Orisa. There have been Iyanifa, women Ifa priests, since time immemorial in some areas of the world, such as Ibadan, Nigeria", yet we find that many women of today are still confused about their roles.


    For many years, there have been and still is a huge controversy about the roles of women in Ifa and Orisa life. Women have come from a place of misconception about their roles according to the DOs and DON'Ts set fort by men in Ifa and Orisa life. Many women have been trying to organize women in order to teach them or to bring up their understanding of their responsibilities in Ifa/Orisa life and what CHANGES they can must make within the RANKS OF IFA/ORISA LIFE.  In 2003 a group of Iyanifas organized and held an Iyanifa Worldwide Congress in efforts to bring the women in Ifa/Orisa life to an understanding of herself. Some of the questions surrounding these roles stem around how women are limited or not limited  based on their status as Olorisa, Awo, Iyanifa.


    WHAT IS THE ODU (SACRED IFA SCRIPT) THAT SAYS WOMEN  SHOULD NOT INITIATE OTHER WOMEN INTO IFA? SHOULD WOMEN BE ABLE TO INITIATE MEN INTO IFA, YES OR NO AND WHY OR WHY NOT? KEEP IN MIND THAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT IYANIFAS WHO ARE TRAINED. YOUR KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND OPINIONS ARE APPRECIATE.


    Join me (O'Fae O'Fae) and our special guest, Iya Fayomi Falade Aworeni ObaFemi of Ile Iwosan Orunmila Mimo Temple