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Olokun

Alfred Omokaro Izevbigie

Olokun

a focal symbol of religion and art in Benin

by Alfred Omokaro Izevbigie

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Published by UMI Dissertation Services in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Olokun (Yoruba deity)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alfred Omokaro Izevbigie.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 381 p. :
    Number of Pages381
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16005278M

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Yemoja/Olokun is the name of two Spiritual Forces in the West African religi /5. Olokun Story with other gods and humans. According to The Book Of Ifá, Olokun became enraged and rose to the surface.

As Olokun did this to drown the humans, the orishas went to Orunmila to ask him what to do. Orunmila told them that Ogun needed to create the longest chain he can possibly create.

He is a popular God of the Sea – so popular that the facts vary greatly depending on the prevailing wind. In some places Olokun claims Olokun book be the brother of top God Olorun, and Olokun book other places he doesn’ some traditions he is male with many wives including others he is regarded as Olokun book.

Olokun is petitioned for blessings, health and prosperity. Her offerings are taken and deposited into the sea. Her sacrificial animals are roosters, ducks, pigeons, Olokun book hens, pigs Olokun book geese. Olokun here is seen Olokun book the energy responsible for Olokun book of wealth, riches and prosperity of higher Olokun book.

However some tradition refer to Olokun Olokun book a male energy in the universe according to IFA verse “olokun nii gbogbo awon obirin re lo yagan ni won a loyun, un, lo da fa pe awon obirin wonyi le bimo fun oun “ Translation.

Olokun ba wa o. Response Ba wa Orisha ba wo o oe. TOOLS OF OLÓÓKUN OLÓÓKUN: Represents the prosperity of the ocean and its mysteries, But also its riches and stability. Lots of iles of santo only give otans and seashells since this is considered the sufficient form founded for this Orisa. In other cases Olokun book he/she is Olokun book there is a.

Parts of Benin and Togo include Olokun worship, though oftentimes Olokun is viewed as a male irunmole there. Olokun book We know that even as recently as the early ’s, sacrifices were being made to Olokun along the coastline of present day Nigeria by Obas desperate to Olokun book power during the struggles and changes of that time.

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"Olokun of the Galaxy” is a poetry Olokun book visual arts book that tells the story of an African spirit of the deepest ocean. Olokun is born when Earth's oceans are born, s/he witnesses the Atlantic Slave Trade, industrial revolution and pollution of the planet's water, and, finally, s/he takes off into space to swim on other planets and Olokun book of the Galaxy where there is water or : Esther Iverem.

Legend recounts Olokun sending tidal waves in an attempt to wipe humanity off the face of the earth. Humanity's cries for help against Olokun's waves were answered when Obatala chained Olokun to the ocean floor. One legend recounts the orisha Yemaya arising.

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Olokun of the Galaxy is Olokun book poetry and visual arts book about Olokun, an African spirit of the deepest ocean. Through 32 colorful pages, award-winning author and artist Esther Iverem tells a moving tale about protecting the Earth’s oceans and honoring the millions who died during or descended from the Atlantic Slave Trade.

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The voice of the poem profess his love for a mermaid or preferably a sea goddess. Olokun is more commonly known as a feminine deity. However, many also interpret her as a male deity. Her name literally means owner (olo) of the waters (okun). Olokun is, nowadays, associated with the deep seas, the literal bottom floors of the seas.

Her Hidden Queendom Olokun’s realm is known as the Land of the. Yemoja/Olokun is the name of two Spiritual Forces in the West African religious tradition called "IFA" The word Yemoja is an elision of the Yoruba Oriki (praise name) "Yeye mo oja" which means Mother of Fish." The word "Olukun" is a contraction of Olohun meaning "owner" and "okun" meaning "ocean." Both of these words are the names given to describe a complex convergence of Spiritual Forces.

Olokun incense is the same as a Yemaya incense, but if you like, you can make it more masculine. Normally though, I give him incense resins in a shell thusly: Place a sea shell onto a hot charcoal. Put about 1/8 to half a teaspoon of Eshu incense in the shell, and greet Eshu.

Olokun of the Galaxy" is a poetry and visual arts book that tells the story of an African spirit of the deepest ocean. Olokun is born when Earth's oceans are born, s/he witnesses the Atlantic Slave Trade, industrial revolution and pollution of the planet's water, and, finally, s/he takes off into space to swim on other planets and moons of the Galaxy where there is water or liquid/5.

"Olokun of the Galaxy" is a poetry and visual arts book that tells the story of an African spirit of the deepest ocean. Olokun is born when Earth’s oceans are born, s/he witnesses the Atlantic Slave Trade, industrial revolution and pollution of the planet’s water, and, finally, s/he takes off into space to swim on other planets and moons of the Galaxy where there is water or liquid.

Olokun - God of the Sea. Olokun ("Owner of Oceans") is a God of the Sea. He was chained to the bottom of the ocean by Obatala with 7 chains. He is said to be half man, half fish. He is closely associated with Oya (Deity of the Winds) and Egungun (Collective Ancestral Spirits)~Attributes and Correspondences~--Area of Influence: Seas.

Pantheon. Doll of Olokun. Stay In Touch. Get exclusive offers, email-only coupons and other surprises by signing up for our newsletter. culture she is the river mother. Yemaya is also seen as Olokun, the Old Man of the Sea, and she is the equivalent of the Roman sea god Neptune, sea goddess Juno and the Greek sea god Poseidon and sea goddess Hera.

In The Book of Goddesses, Waldherr states that Yemaya is believed to be the daughter. Olokun is the tide that comes in and out His children find wealth in due time.

They find a remedy to their spiritual and material yearnings after a long. (In his book, Olokun worship in Benin Kingdom, Osemwegie Ebohon in his account two, pageon how Olokun became an arch-divinity wrote: “A long time ago, the supreme God (Osanobua) had three children.

They were Olokun, his first male child, whom he loved dearly.” How come this acclaimed Olokun goddess is female. Olokun is the owner of all waters, his symbol is the seven seas. All riverine divinities in the Yoruba pantheon fall under his authority. As owner of the seas, all rivers by their movements pay tribute to him, the ocean, and deposit gold and other riches at his door.

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Olokun. likes. OLOKUN is a psychedelic power pop band from the San Francisco Bay ers:   Poetry Analysis: John Pepper Clark’s “Olokun” Novem / rukhaya / 0 Comments. Olokun is the divinity of the sea, and an emblem of the material prosperity worshipped by the Edo people.

For the cult of Olokun, life-size groups of royal figures are still made. Olokun is personified in several human characteristics: patience. The shrine was dedicated to Olokun, goddess of the sea. In his book The Voice of Africa, Frobenius recounts how one night he organised the digging up of the head, paying the guardian of the site £6 and a bottle of whisky.

It is believed that the bronze head, which was probably made arounddepicts an ancient Ooni (king). Olokun-Neptune’s metal is the artificially created radioactive element neptunium. Within the body Olokun is associated with the sub- and unconscious and the right brain hemisphere.

Olokun in a Horoscope. Like Oya-Uranus Olokun is an Outer Planet of Transformation. Due to their slow orbits outer planets stay in the same sign for years. Olokun is the orisha that resides in the bottom of the ocean. He is an androgynous orisha that can turn into any shape or form.

Olokun is half man and half mermaid. In some houses, Olokun is a female but the majority including myself sees him as a man. Olokun is the depths of the ocean floor. Who is Olokun. The Orisha Visit my online store. https://spiritualsuppliesandcandles.m You can pay via my website for spirit readings and consultations.

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Olokun finally gave up the challenge, and Olorun was declared the winner. Shop Windows to the Universe Science Store. Our online store includes issues of NESTA's quarterly journal, The Earth Scientist, full of classroom activities on different topics in Earth and space science, as well as books on science education.

Olokun is often associated with Yemoja (Yemonja), the Mother of Fishes, and together they represent the abundance, fertility, wealth, healing, and source of life and its mysteries. Olokun worshippers are found in Nigeria among the Edo and the Yoruba, as well as in the Republic of Benin, among the Fon.

In this way, Yemayá displays herself as truly the mother of all. She, the root of all the paths or manifestations, Olokun is the source of all riches, which she freely gives to her little sister Oshún. She dresses herself in seven skirts of blue and white, and like the seas and profound lakes she is.

power of Aje-Olokun as a deity for swearing among the Yoruba natives. The article identified and explained three different methods through which invocation of Aje-Olokun can be done during swearing in order to solve controversial issues with regard to lying and stealing.

The consequences of swearing falsely were also Size: KB. Este manual detalla la ceremonia completa para consagrar y pdf el Orisha Olokun. Pdf contenido es:Introducción, Procedimiento previo para la consagración de Olokun, Día de la consagración de Olokun, Ceremonia a Eggun, Ritual para realizar el Omiero, Lavatorio, Propiciación, Awan Olokun, Ritual para llevar el Awan al mar, Ritual al llegar del mar de llevar el Awan, Rogación.

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This particular edition is in a Book format. This books publish date is January 1, It was published by Fountain Publications and has a total of pages in the book.