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Tonight, we area talking about Oya. Most os ys relate or refer to her as Orisa, the Warrior Woman who grows a beard like a man; she fighs the battles that Sango cannot win. In Odu, it has been said that she, the wife is stronger than her husband. To night we will discuss her as Iyami, she is Iyami, you know. She is one of The Mothers. I suspect from time to time we will discuss other female Orisa as well as Iyami. Since we already know that Yeye Osun is the First Iyami, it is appropo to disscuss some of the others. Tune in and join the discussion by calling 347 308 8392 at 8: p.m. EST. I think you will find it very rewarding!!! So, please tune!
Join Damon Rawls and Phylecia Tarael-ANU as they explore the relationship between business and spirituality and provide techniques and advice for the generation of wealth.
In this segment they discuss the Orisha Oya from the Yoruba pantheon and how this powerful energy can be utlized in business.
Tune in enjoy the show.
Have you been considering changing and ending some things that are holding you back because they no longer serves your highest and best good?
Are you ready to awaken your body, mind, and spirit to be the BEST you can be. Awaken the Goddess Oya in you and embrace the power of transormation, death and renewal.
Join Yeyefini Efunbolade,on her show ASK YEYEFINI. She is one of South Florida's most respected Priestesses, counselors, workshop facilitator, spiritual teacher,author and cultural consultant.
She will share some of the ceremonies, techniques, and spiritual products that have enabled her to have a very successful practice for over 43 years.
"A Balanced Life Is A Source For Endless, Abundant Miracles When Mind, Matter, And Spirit Are Aligned". ~Yeyefini Efunbolade
Oya is a cleansing force. Invoke her to clear the air and create a safe space to settle disputes.
We see the process of things being swept clean as she is the hurricane and winds that remove objects and completely reface the landscape/properties of ownership. Within the vortex of her storm Oya holds all that that she removes so, in essence, she represents the supplanting or reassigning of power and resources. She brings resources from one place to another, just as a storm does.
She has the ability to be housed and worked with through your ability to see through the storms ferocity will allow you to see the actual fortune that the storm carries.
Similar Energies – OYA Yansen, Ezili Danto, Kali, Sekhmet, Green Tara, Manman Brigitte, Guan Yin, Bast, White Tara, Sarasvati, Nyale, Artemis-Hecate, Centalla Ndoki, Our Lady of La Candelaria, Saints Barbara (Umbanda), Teresa (Santeria), and Catherine
Also make sure to pick up your copy of my book “Grasping the Root of Divine Power” and use this valuable tool in order to increase your psychic abilities and take hold of the power inherent in the spirit world boldly and competently.
Ombassa Sophera of the P.L.A.Y. Experience is the special guest joining Celeste Morgan on the Celestial Show for "What Are Your Brining To the Fire?"
The energies are hot this weekend with Candlemas, the Feast Days of 2 (count them) 2 Goddesses (Brigid and Oya) as well as Groundhog Day. We are inviting you to a global party to celebrate the coming of Spring. It's the time of Rebirth and Expansion. Join us at the sacred fire for a sacred divine feminine conversation on a High Priestess night. Let's see what's behind the veil when Ombassa Sophera and Celeste Morgan join forces!
Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "The Celestial Show with Celeste Morgan" fan (LIKE) page on Facebook.
Ombassa Sophera works in many fields and continues Ombassa continues to integrate natural stress management strategies (P.L.A.Y. and Heal) into her lifework of empowering individuals with practical formulas for ultimate health and well-being through her partnerships with groups and organizations that empower women, such as The Round Hut Village, a non-profit organization based in Sydney Australia, where she currently facilitates P.L.A.Y. events. Using various art forms, creative mind exercises, physically engaging activities and herbal traditions, POWER P.L.A.Y. provides avenues for immediate resolution, restoration of energy loss and new life blueprints for simple, daily maintenance.
For more information go to: www.Ombassa.com
We have not always found comfort in killers.
We have not always found solace being rocked
in the bosoms of those who silently pray
and openly destroy.
No, not always have we mistaken mimicry for mastery
or pretending for knowing
or enslavement for freedom.
But across my memory —-
across my memory marches millions -—
bold, regal, resilient, confident —-
unshackled feet stumping up spirits
to guide us through this fickle material world.
We like sun and moon folk,
universal souls praying our prayers,
singing our songs.
Eshu, Ogoun, Shango, Yemaja, Oshun, Obatala, Oya,
Damballah, Ayida Wedo, Loa, Nkongo, Olodumare and Yami.
We know all of you by name.
We are people of beginnings, of culture, of strength.
Not always have we given into the empty threats
and scare tactics of the powerless ones.
Not always have we allowed the blood of our sons and daughters
to color the streets while we’re walking asleep,marching to the beat of that siren song.
They’re still wearing their sheets,
with nooses in reach,
showing their teeth and smiling, it seems.
But I hear in the breeze
in the rustle of the trees
and the dangling of the feet,
they say, please, don’t let them ever forget.
You see, not always have we suffered from amnesia.
Not always have we forgotten how to conjure up spirits,
fix up a mixture,
We, like magicians,
god-like vision, we -—
we are people of sight.
So, no, not always have we fallen
for this okie doke
or inhaled the hazardous smoke of the manipulators
In this episode of AKANFO NANASOM - Ancient Authentic Akan Ancestral Religion, we continue our series on the AKRADINBOSOM - the Abosom (Deities) who govern the solar, lunar and planetary bodies which govern the 7-day Akan week and also the Okra/Okraa (Soul) of the Akan individual.
We examine the Female Obosom of Yaada (thursday) and the okyin nsoromma/planet Yaa ('uranus'): Yaa is called Wadjet in Khanit and Kamit. She is the Divine Protectress of Royal Sovereignty, relentlessly assailing disorder and its purveyors. She governs the Magnetosphere and thus the winds and storms along with Aaba (Nekhebet). Yaa is called Oya in Yoruba and Aveji Da in Fon and Ewe.
We examine our publications:
Yaa - Obosom of Yaa and Yaada ('uranus' and 'thursday')
Aaba - Obosom of Aaba and Aabada ('neptune' and 'thursday')
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America
What the frack is going on? Are dark forces running the world? Does fracking, war and people being shot and killed without consequences point to a larger conspiracy that we are unwittingly a part of? What are our responsibilities as Priestesses, Priests and Metaphysicians? Can we stop this pervasive evil?
Join us as we discuss current events and conspiracy theories from the Priestess Perspective.
Priestess Goddess Rhonda Azjua Metaphysical and Henna Artist Services www.healinghennagoddess.com
*Rev Priestess Starr www.charmedbystarr.com www.wiccanfamilytemple.org,
Priestess Yvette www.motownwitch.com
*Priestess Shari www.rootmojo.com
Is the phrase “harming none” harming you? Pull up a glass of wine or your favorite beverage and join us as we discuss this and other great topics such as whether its our duty to stop war and send peace or to enforce justice on those who so richly deserve it. Please join us and join the conversation (914) 338-1402
Show airs Tonight at 6pm Pacific, 7pm Mountain, 9pm Eastern
Our panel of Priestesses:
*Priestess Goddess Rhonda of Azjua Metaphysical and Henna Artist Services
*Rev Priestess Starr of Charmed by Starr and Wiccan Family Temple
*Priestess Yvette of Motown Witch
*Priestess Shari of RootMojo
Thanks for hanging out in the Goddess Suite, Tune in 9pm for Talk about it Tuesday show, sip a cup of conscious tea and get ready for the HOTTEST 2 HOURS of your life! CALL IN @ 516-453-9075
Professor James Small is a Pan Africanist, Black Scholar and Transformational Speaker. He is a Priest of Oya and Babalorisha in the Ifa Tradition.
Professor James Small was born in 1945, on Arcadia plantation, located on the banks of the Waccamaw River. This Lowland rice plantation is located where the Waccamaw, Peedee, and Black Rivers converge to meet the Atlantic Ocean, on the shores of historic Georgetown, South Carolina. Prof. Small was born to a family that traces their descent from enslaved Africans, to the Yoruba, Akan, and Ewe people of West Africa. Prof. Small's heritage also stems from the Native American ancestors that inhabited these South Carolinian shores. Both his maternal great-grandmother and his paternal great-grandmother were members of the Chicora Nation, and made their home along the mighty Waccamaw River.
Prof. Small taught for nearly twenty years at the City University of New York, including 17 years at the City College of New York's Black Studies Department, thirteen of those years also serving as an administrator and two years at New York City Technical College. Prof. Small has taught courses on Malcolm X, Traditional African Religion (Prof. Small is a priest in the Yoruba religion), Pan Africanism, Crime in the Urban Community, Urban Crisis and Issues, and African Folklore.
Prof. Small is currently conducting educational and cultural tours throughout Africa and the United States and he is also working on two books, one a collection of his lectures on Malcolm X and the other on the topic of "Post Slavery Trauma Syndrome."
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