Satanic clergy amongst the Aku (aka Ọmọ Oduduwa)


The occupants of today’s state of Israel, who call themselves Jews, are identified in the Bible as Satan’s very spawn (Revelations 2:9; 3:9). They are Amorites, who, just like their fellow Amorites of Europe and Asia (especially Turks), slaughtered the original black peoples of the Middle East including the true biblical Israelites, Moabites, Edomites, Philistines, amongst others. The Amorites took over the region and ever since have been claiming to be the original peoples – the largest identity theft since men began to be on this planet – just like Olosi (popularly spelled as “Lucis” and “Lucifer”; also known as “Satan”) who tried to take the place of Ọbatala (aka Èṣùmare). They also plagiarized the original texts of the original Scriptures, altering many things therein, and propagated worldwide their fictitious religions that constitute the tripod or axis of evil: Christianity, Islam and Judaism. One of the alterations was to replace the Name of the Imisi Iye (popularly and wrongly spelled as “Messiah”), Èṣù (or Èshù whch is short for Èṣùmare and wrongly spelled by the Amorites as Yeshu, Yeshua), with that of their chief god, Zeus (IeZeus, Iesous, JeZeus, Jesus) Christ, who is the false prophet, the prophet of Olosi. Zeus Christ opposes Èṣù, implying that Zeus and his followers are anti-Imisi Iye or anti-Messiah and Olosi is their father while the followers of Èṣù are anti-Christ.

Some centuries later, they came to West Africa where Èṣù had settled the original peoples had migrated to, including the biblical Israelites (Israel is a wrong spelling) known more properly as the today as the Aku or Ẹgbẹ Ọmọ Oduduwa (nation of Oduduwa’s descendants) – the term Yoruba is misleading and applies to Ọyọ alone. These Amorites began to preach their false religions to the Aku the others in order to enslave them spiritually and mentally and then physically. Initially the phony Arabs used the Hausawa (Hausa people; re-lexified in the bible as “Assyrian”) and Fulani to preach Islam to the them and thereafter got converts to also do the work for them. Later, the Europeans arrived and did same with Christianity.

Many of these converts have been vigorously turning their own people from Olodumare to Satan and Zeus who is Lord, a repeat of history as same happened in biblical Israel prior to Fulani and Babylonian deportation and ancient Greco-Roman conquest/Hellenization. They own lots of consumer goods, chariots (automobiles), and property. They commit idolatry by worshiping and filling the land with idols and setting up their temples in every street and highway. They teach the people to cast their eyes onto their various idols and kiss their feet – images of Zeus and crosses of Tammuz (1 Kings 19:18), crescents, etc. – and fornicate with alien ways, with the spirit of harlotry which is in their midst. They also brainwash their people into rejecting knowledge and not reasoning. Many of them are under the delusion of being born-again as they are not filled with the Spirit of IYE (2 Chronicles 18) but consumed by unclean spirits, having given their lives as sacrifices to Zeus. Since they teach the people to call upon strange and evil names, they ask for death and their portion is death, just like the four hundred and fifty (450) prophets of Christ that were executed by Elijah (1 Kings 18:41), unless they humble themselves and seek forgiveness from IYE.

Below is a list of some of these Ọmọ Àlè (“children of Satan” or “bastards”; “Àlè” is the Islamic “Allah”; cf. John 8:37-47).

Christianity

  • Bishop Francis Wale Oke – Presiding Bishop, Sword of the Spirit Ministries
  • Pastor Seyi Ogunorunyinka – General Oveerseer, The Promised Land Ministries
  • Sunday Ola Makinde – Prelate, Methodist Church Nigeria
  • Pastor WF Kumuyi – General Superintendent, Deeper Life Bible Church
  • Samson Adedokun – Pastor, New Dawn Baptist Church
  • Pastor Enoch Adeboye – General Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God (extremely evil)
  • Pastor (Mrs.) Folu Adeboye – wife of Enoch Adeboye
  • Pastor Tola Odutola – Senior Pastor, Jesus House Baltimore parish of Redeemed Christian Church of God
  • Pastor T Kalejaiye – Redeemed Christian Church of God
  • Pastor Sam Ayodele – Redeemed Christian Church of God
  • Dr. James Fadele – Senior pastor and the Chairman of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in North America
  • Dr Olabisi Tofade – leader, Jubilee Christian Church
  • Dr. Olufemi Alabi – Bethel of Praise Ministries
  • Pastor Laolu Akande – Executive Director, Christian Association of Nigerian-Americans (CANAN)
  • Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele – President of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church
  • Prophet Idris Taiwo – Overseer and Shepherd in charge, Christ Revival Rain Ministry
  • Prophet Segun Oluwasogbon – General Overseer, The Flame of Fire International Church
  • Reverend Jesse Bola Majekodunmi – Senior Pastor, Neighborhood Church of God
  • Late Pastor Steve Tayo Oseromi JP – Founder and General Overseer, Christ Fire and Miracle Ministry
  • Reverend Mrs. Flora Oyebanji – Hour of Restoration Evangelical International Ministry
  • Prophet Isaac Adebunmi – President, Return To Your Creator Mission Outreach
  • Archbishop Magnus Atilade – President, Christian Welfare Initiative
  • Reverend (Dr.)  Felix Omobude – Founder and General Superintendent, New Covenant Gospel Church
  • Pastor Oyeleke Alabi Owolabi – President, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Nigeria
  • Reverend Roselyn Oduyemi – General Overseer, Bethel Worship Centre for all Nations
  • Most Reverend Adewale Martins – Catholic Archbishop of Lagos (dead?)
  • Pastor Gabriel Olutola JP – National President, The Apostolic Church, TAC
  • Reverend Oladapo O. Babalola – Bishop, Diocese of Lagos Mainland Methodist Church Nigeria
  • Pastor Wale Adefarasin – General Overseer, Guiding Light Assembly
  • Pastor Paul Adefarasin – The House On The Rock Church
  • Most Reverend Peter Akinola – Immediate Past Prelate of the Anglican Communion of Nigeria
  • Most Reverend Adebola Ademowo – Archbishop of Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos, Bishop of Lagos, and Dean of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion)
  • Josiah Idowu-Fearon, Ph.D. – Bishop of Kaduna, Anglican Communion
  • Venerable Luyi Akinwande – Dean, Cathedral of St Jude Diocese of Lagos Mainland, Anglican Communion
  • Rt Reverend Joseph Olusola – Bishop of Ijesa North-east Diocese, Anglican Communion
  • Pastor Tunde Bakare – Senior Pastor, Latter Rain Assembly
  • Reverend Dr. Wilson Badejo – Former General Overseer, Foursquare Church
  • Reverend (Mrs.) Olagodo – Resident Pastor, Foursquare Gospel Church, Omole, Lagos
  • Reverend Dean Adegbenga Adekoya – Pastor, Foursquare Gospel Church
  • Reverend Idowu Alawode – District Overseer, Foursquare Gospel Church, Akute District
  • Reverend (Mrs.) Yetunde Oluwaseun Sodipo – Zonal Superintendent, Foursquare Gospel Church, Ifo Zone, Ogun State
  • Reverend Father Michael Ajayi – Catholic Diocese of Oshogbo, Osun State
  • Pastor Dapo Sokan – President Pastor, Christ Faith Tabernacle International Churches
  • Bishop Samuel Alawode – Presiding Pastor, Maranatha Ministries International
  • Archbishop Peter Okoduwa – Founder and General Overseer, Dispensational Gospel Missions
  • Evangelist Ebenezer Olubukunola Okunowo – Lay President, African Church
  • Reverend Dr. Adesina Sanyaolu – Senior Pastor, Chapel of Holiness International, and Rector, Rhema Bible College and Theological Seminary
  • Reverend Dr. Abayomi Enitan – Pastor, Ikoyi Baptist Church
  • Dr. Daniel Kolawole Olukoya – General Overseer, Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (a joke)
  • Bishop Felix Adejumo – General Overseer, Agape Christian Ministries Inc.
  • Reverend Mrs. Funke Adejumo, wife of Felix Adejumo
  • Pastor Dr. Francis Akin-John – International Church Growth Ministries
  • David Oyedepo – Presiding Bishop, Winners Chapel (devil)
  • Sir Kolawole Olowu – Grand President of Knights of St John International, Lagos Grand Commandery
  • Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo – Senior Pastor, Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC)
  • Femi Faseru – Resident Pastor, Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC), Maryland
  • Pastor Ayodele Joseph Oritsejafor – Founder and Senior Pastor Word of Life Bible Church, President Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, President Christian Association of Nigeria (pawn? morose? from Itsekiri)
  • Pastor Sam Adeyemi – Senior Pastor, Daystar Christian Centre
  • Pastor Adenike Adeyemi, wife of Pastor Sam Adeyemi
  • Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua – General Overseer. Synagogue Church Of All Nations (flee with all your heart, strength and soul!)
  • Pastor Poju Oyemade – Senior Pastor, Covenant Christian Centre
  • Reverend Akinkuolie Olusola – General Overseer Overflowing Life Ministry
  • late Moses Orimolade Tunolase – co-Founder, Cherubim and Seraphim Churches Worldwide
  • Christiana Abiodun Akinsowon – co-Founder, Cherubim and Seraphim Churches Worldwide
  • Mother Cherub Prophetess (Mrs.) Agnes Oluyinka Olushoto-Aderanti – Spiritual Mother Rock of Ages Cherubim and Seraphim Church Worldwide
  • His Eminence Ezekiel Oshofowora – The Eternal Sacred Order of the Cherubim and Seraphim
  • Apostle Isaac Omotayo – Cherubim and Seraphim Church
  • late Samuel Bilewu Oschoffa – Founder, Celestial Church of Christ
  • Most Superior Evangelist Deola Somorin – Shepherd, Celestial Church of Christ FESTAC Cathedral
  • late Joseph Ayo Babalola – Christ Apostolic Church
  • late Josiah Olunowo Oshitelu – Founder, Church of the Lord (Aladura)
  • Evangelist Femi Olaoluwa – President, Radiant Life Ministries
  • Prophet Duromola Adedayo Samuel – President, Radiant Life Outreach Ministries
  • Archbishop John Onaiyekan – Former President of Christian Association of Nigeria
  • Ladi Thompson – Founder and Senior Pastor, The Living Waters Unlimited Church
  • Pastor Isaac Ogundele – Word of Hope Ministry Worldwide
  • Isaac Ogundeyi – Senior Pastor, Calvary Redemption Bible Church
  • Pastor Ayodele Akinwunmi – Calvary Redemption Bible Church
  • Pastor Tunde Rufus – Calvary Redemption Bible Church
  • Pastor Olutayo Nathaniel Ojajuni – Calvary Redemption Bible Church
  • Mrs. Tinu Agbabiaka – Founder, Practical Christian Living Initiative
  • Prophet/Evangelist Samson Oluwamodede – General Overseer, Prayer Centre Church of God
  • Prophet David Abiola – Head, First Anointing Bible Church
  • Deacon Niyi Obason
  • Pastor Alayande Ajobola – Chairman, Honeyland Schools
  • Reverend Esther Oluyemisi Ikotun – Dominion Prophetic Outreach Ministry
  • Pastor (Mrs.) Eunice Bukola Elusope – General Overseer, All Power In Christ Church
  • Bishop Kola Onaolopo – Founder, Abundant Life Ministries
  • Reverend (Mrs.) Janet Taiye Onaolopo – wife of Bishop Kola Onaolopo
  • Apostle Sunday Popoola – World Communication Ministries
  • Pastor (Mrs.) Omowunmi Popoola – wife of Apostle Sunday Popoola
  • Pastor and Mrs Oludele Taiwo Oyedokun – Ore-Ofe Baptist Church
  • Deaconess Damola Omonijo
  • Pastor Abraham Akinosun
  • Apostle Wole Oladiyun – General Overseer, Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry
  • Pastor Gbenga Ajadi – General Overseer, His Praise Deliverance Chapel
  • Reverend GEO Olusanya – President, Altar Ministers’ Fire Renewal Congress; Senior Pastor, Christ Abundance Life Mission International
  • Reverend David Sola Amosun – President, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Badagry Province
  • Reverend (Dr) EJ Oludayitan – General Overseer, New Creature Evangelical Church Worldwide
  • Moji Anjorin Solanke – Christian Science Committee on Publication Nigeria (West)
  • Bolaji Akinyemi – Teacher, Apostle, Prophet, Prayer Action for Successful Season
  • Reverend Bola Alawode – National Director of Mobilization, Prayer Action for Successful Season
  • Bolaniran Omokorede – Senior Pastor, Agape Bible Church
  • Evangelist Mike Bamiloye – Mount Zion Faith Ministry
  • Gloria Bamiloye – wife of Evangelist Mike Bamiloye
  • Pastor Dapo Supo – Resident Pastor, Christ Fellowship International Church
  • Sister Omotayo Adigun – Leader of The Precious Stones (gospel band); Christ Fellowship International Church
  • Reverend Francis Olubambi – National Director, Vision International Christian Ministries
  • Reverend Bola and Pastor (Mrs.) Deborah Osikoya – Co-founders, Parenthood Federation International; Co-founders, Friends of Families in Need; Co-founders, Chosen Generation Home School, Addo-Owode, Ajah, Lagos

Islam

  • Abdu-Lateef Oladimeji Adegbite – Secretary-General, Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs
  • Alhaji (Prince) Fasai Gbagba – President, Jama-at-ul Islamiya of Nigeria and Overseas
  • Mr Dauda Raji – General Secretary, Ahmaddiyya Muslim Jaamat of Nigeria
  • Dr Moshood Fashola – Amir, Ahmaddiyya; acting HOD, Economics Department, University of Lagos
  • Alhaja Khairat Sodique – General Secretary, Jama-at-Ul Islammiyya of Nigeria
  • Professor Ishaq Akintola – National Director, Muslim Rights Concern MURIC; Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, Lagos State University
  • Imam Fuad Adeyemi – Founder, Al-Habibiyyah Islamic Society
  • Professor Abdul-ganiyu Oladosu – Chief Imam, University of Ilorin
  • Sheik Alhaji Muizdeen Salmon Alawiye – Founder, Morkaz-Uloom Arabiyat Institute
  • Yusuf Nasiru – Imam, Unique Ratibi Mosque
  • Sheikh Mustapha Ajisafe – Chief Imam, Osogbo
  • Alhaji Sheriff Yusuf – President, Nasrul-Lahi-Fatih Society NASFAT
  • Alhaji Niyi Yusuf – Former National Vice President, Nasril-Li-Fathi-Association of Nigeria NASFAT; Country Managing Director, Accenture
  • Alhaji Azeez Arisekola-Alao – Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland
  • Alhaji Liadi Orunsolu – Chief Imam of Egbaland
  • Alhaji Suraj Adekunbi – National Missioner, Ansarudeen Society of Nigeria; Speaker, Ogun State House of Assembly

Others

  • Satguru Maharaj ji – Founder, One Love Family, Satguru Maharaj ji village

Confused Traditional Rulers?

These people are supposed to be the true shepherds, true pastors, divine representatives and priests, but have gone after other gods and bear strange names. Many of them have been fattening themselves via personal aggrandizement at the expense of their people and scattering their people, initially via slave trade, across the face of the earth (Ezekiel 34). Some got to their thrones by ungodly means, and were chosen by brutish men only. They mix Ifa, which IYE gave to mankind for blessings, with Islam and Christianity which Satan gave for curses. The Muslims amongst them even abandon the traditional and heavenly caps (fila) and crowns for that of Islam. Many also join Christian and Muslim gatherings which are clearly profane assemblies. Some practice Ifa only, but still bear alien names. Overall, they are the ones given the task, by virtue of their position, of leading the people in venerating/coming close to the divinities. However, their association with alien ways and religions confuses and/or discourages their subjects. The ones listed below are included because they bear strange names, likewise the traditional chiefs.

  • Ọba Lamidi Adeyemi III – Alaafin of Ọyọ (king of the northern kingdom of Israel)
  • Ọba Munirudeen Yussuf – Awuse of Onigbongbo
  • Chief Charles Olusegun Famuagun – High Chief Sasere of Ado-Ekiti
  • Ọba Sikiru Adetona – Awujale of Ijebuland (king of the Jebusites; celebrates an Islamic Ojude-Ọba festival)
  • Ọba Jimoh Oyetunji Olanipekun Larooye III – Ataoja of Osogbo (the Ọsun festival has been popular under his reign, but he bears the name “Jimoh”)
  • Ọba Zubair Agboola Oyesoro II – Oludofian of Idofian
  • Ọba Razaq Adenugba – Ebumawe of Ago Iwoye
  • Ọba Michael Gbadebo – Orijeru of Igbooyeland
  • Ọba Amos Abib Awobaju – Limeri of Awa-Ijebu
  • Ọba Saheed Elegushi – Elegushi of Ikateland
  • Chief Mudashiru Lawal – Baale of Gbara Community
  • Ọba Frederick Adekunle Aroloye – Owa of Idanre
  • Ọba Gilbert Ogunlowo – Awosuye of Atosin-Idanre
  • Ọba (Dr.) Idowu Abiodun Oniru (JP) – Oniru of Oniruland, Victoria Island and its environs (JP is a title for those who have gone on pilgrimage to the Jerusalem occupied by the synagogue of satan)
  • Ọba Kehinde Olugbenle – Olu of Ilaro
  • High Chief Abdul Ganiyu Odebiyi – Baale of Salemo Olorombo Town
  • Alhaja Aminat Abiodun – Iyalode of Ibadan

These lists are by no means extensive and will be updated when possible.

The punishment is quite severe: when Èṣúmare has returned and gathered back all his people, those who trust in his name will be clothed in white robes and live in his kingdom, and the others will be cast out into darkness, naked and unable to enter, weeping and gnashing their teeth. The foolishly fattened ones will be cut off.

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100 thoughts on “Satanic clergy amongst the Aku (aka Ọmọ Oduduwa)

  1. You condemn christianity but you use christian bible verses and claims to butress your own opinion and to castigate others.i.e.,”The people of today’s Israel, who call themselves Jews, are identified in the Bible as Satan’s very spawns (Revelations 2:9; 3:9).” Is this not hypocracy? Can you prove that Judaism is satanic? Are the prophets of/in the Hebrew Bible, TANACH, of satan or satanic? Are the patriachs of satan? Please clarify your claims with substantive sources.

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    • It is not hypocrisy. The prophets of/in the Hebrew Bible, TANACH are true. But many things have been mischievously edited in the Bible by the Greco-Romans who call themselves Christians and by the fake Jews. If the foundation is a lie, everything else built on it is based on a lie. Many Christian rites are laced with alien mystery systems, same for Judaism with its Talmud and phony language. Many Bible verses are misunderstood and deliberately misinterpreted by these identity thieves. The original Israelites who believed in Imisi Iye were not Christians; “Imisi Iye” or “Messiah” does not mean the same thing as “Christ”. By the way, I used to call myself a Christian till I fully understood an encounter I had many years ago, when I climbed a chain.

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      • The author of this article needs help, he is esoteric, i.e. think he alone knows the truth, this is the worst form of deception possible. To think everybody else is deceived, and he is the only one who knows the truth. This is similar to the Messiah complex. I doubt the author knows the original languages. The dead sea scrolls that were found proves the Bible had not been altered, and the hundreds, and even thousands of copies of the New Testament also proves that the text as it stands today is correct. This means that Yeshua is the fulfillment of Scriptures as the Hebrew Bible predicted. The blood of the sacrifice had to be applied the door posts in order for the destroyer not to touch that house. Has “your house” had the touch of blood in it? Jesus, our sacrifice, will provide this blood, free of charge, to all who call on His name. If you ask the Saviour God Jesus into your life, the protecting power of the sacrifice will save you and let you enter a new life. Life that is no esoteric, but one that is open for all to enter.

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        • First you mentioned the name ‘Yeshua’, later mentioned ‘Jesus’, and yet concluded that I need help. Those who are not of IYE (written by Amorites as ‘EHYE and translated as I AM) cannot understand (John 8:47). The original language is still spoken by my people. My people have always known that ESHU is the Way. Jesus Christ is a contraption of the Amorites (your people), just as Serapis Cristus. The image of Jesus is the image of the beast. Jesus is the beast. At no time was the image of the cross of Jesus ever in the Biblical Temple at Jerusalem. Seek help.

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          • love your truth brother… the lies told about our people are a sad case of affairs.. they stole bible from the true ifa and made the orisha the saints and olodumare elyon.. made ogun the drunk yehweh… orunmila is jahova… allah is the drunk abtala.. they stole all the truth from us… the hebrews have the name of the gods baalogun= ba”al”og”un….. the real israel is the whole of africa hahahaha olodumare has had them in a dream world brother.. the beast in revelation is african waking up to being the hebrews of truth and the true chosen of god… the red dragon is african the first beast the second beast is briton upper white sands egypt… africa is lower red sands egypt.. the 3rd eye of earth is briton the reptilian brain is africa and they are true light…. this is what the bible is about the day the african serpent consciousness wakes up the orisha who are slave to the ;esser gods…. one day from ife the baaloguns of truth will wake up this is why they enslaved us coz christ was coming from the root gene of the yoruba… 3 books 3 anti christs of african consciousness… yehweh coz he is ogun drunk on his own wine… muhamid the false prophet and jesus the false messiah… and the pope is the anti christ… brother tell your brothers the real god of africa is coming… baalogun=elohim=orisha…. the real divine kings of african truth the bible god kings of egypt…. asia kush upper and lower white and red same as briton and africa upper and lower…. israel in mid east is a creation of the dejjal… he told people 3 things must be done before he comes… one being a fake israel being built…. the dejjal is esu this is his test think of the lesson he shows the 2 friends and why he does it… then think from african view who are the 2 friends????? the east and the west… the garden of eden and the serpent thats the head of it above eve this is briton and the body of the serpent is africa the first beast that gives power to the second beast=briton…. think the mind is the planet… west left brain the east the right brain and the south the reptilian brain…. the west and east are not real they are the chaos and have no real light.. only africa and briton are trully conscious.. they have false africans dressed as africans they are not from the root gene.. they just got melonin into them to conqore coz the desert was only passable by cammul and with melonin before the muslims invaded…. they tried to stop the coming of truth and light and they failed brother… coz right now as we speak a lion is waking up the orisha from within….. google noch the mawi lion it is a omen of our coming soon you will see your in end times in africa and have been since the enslavment of your people… but daniels 68th week began on 21st december 2012 the day god woke up to self…. god is one with self again and soon my brother your whole contry will wake up as did i to the power of being gods chosen true light….. i lost my birth right and my lang and identity… but i never lost my name and my hart of my people…. my dad was muri tulabi adesa baalogun….. tell everyone we are the elohim slave to the lesser gods the watchers are the outer west and eastern kings of the north….. the right and left brain of the consciousness of the planet is keeping us slaves to the ego of the planet….. ifa is truth the bible is truth but only when you look from the ifa eyes at the book and see its the story of the orisha seperated and made weaker… the nephalim are the orisha they killed them in the tower of bable story…. nimrod is esu.. the mighty hunter before the lord……

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          • Please, Esu not Dejjal.
            I have not yet found anything about “noch the mawi lion”. Can you provide links?
            I’ll try to give my opinion on the rest later.

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          • The devil gas appeared to thus guys with all this stuffs he is writing. He needs deliverance very fast. May God deliver you from Satan’ s grip on Yr mind. I as the Lord to take away thus heavy veil on Yr face.

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        • The chain is the means of transport between orun (heaven) and aiye (earth, or this world). When the earth was created the Redeemer held on to a chain as he descended, likewise Oduduwa. The irunmole (translated erroneously as angels) use this chain as well. In Genesis 28:12 it is mentioned that Aku/Jacob saw a ladder stretched from heaven to earth, but, upon comparison with yoruba tradition this ladder is actually a chain.

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          • the chain is the spine and the creation of the 7 heavens earth being the lower chakra.. this planet is the reptilian consciousness of the universe thats why their is so much serpent imagry in the past… we are not on a planet as such we have grown from within the earth as we come up the spine of god to the reptilian brain where we will see the upper gods claim the unjust and the inner gods take the orisha home to the higher self of the body of god

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    • I was born to and raised in a Christian-oriented family. There was a time each of my parents attended separate churches. Over the years I was aware that I had a keen interest in Yoruba traditions, but more like an outsider because I couldn’t speak Yoruba despite having spent like 99% of my life in Yorubaland. Also, I had this constant feeling that there was something about Ifa, something I could not draw away from, and that Ifa could not just be dismissed. Perhaps I was still struggling with mental slavery. Later, and after many tries, I decided to get serious with Christianity, and had a baptism of the spirit session sometime in May 2011. There was no rolling about or shivering or speaking in “tongues”. After that incident, I observed in me a sharp increase in my desire to do that which I had been avoiding, to do that which comes easiest to me, the study of Yoruba history and culture and the Bible.It is easy for me because Olodumare has given me the gift of recognizing patterns (fi eyi se itan).
      From then I began to see clearly the lies sold to the world via Christianity, and the truth in and perhaps poor interpretations of Ifa. I also stopped praying to Olodumare in the name Jesus but began using “Yashua”, “Yahoshua”, “Yahushua” and “Yeshua”, and still said “Amen”. I knew that there could only be one Name, and I prayed to Olodumare for help in this regard. Then in August or September, I heard “YESHUA ESHU” while having a discussion with my dad, and I immediately knew what it meant but felt quite terrified at the implication of blasphemy by the Yoruba, including myself. I prayed to Olodumare for confirmation, whether or not I should say “Eshu” only, but for about 8 months I got no response, that is, I heard no voice and saw no divine revelation. However, while learning from various literature about Eshu, which I believe He led me to at various times, combined with the Biblical descriptions of the Son, I was gradually convinced of the Name and the rebellion and fraud called Christianity. It was as if I did not get any miraculous follow-up revelation in that regard because, by hearing His voice, He had found me and drawn me back into His fold. Then I began to call upon His Name, Eshu. But I still was not sure about Amen. This confusion was very brief because I saw the illogicality of “Amen”, that it is strange to the Yoruba and Edo languages, resolved to say “Ashe” only. Since then there has been no looking back. Perhaps because of cowardice (Revelations 21:8), fear of committing blasphemy, and holding myself in the shackles of Christianity, all these the tools used by the white supremacists to mentally enslave our people and prevent them from asking questions, it took me 8 months (August 2011 to April 2012) to see that I was already free – to know Eshu is to know the Truth which sets us free. Since then, and because I was already in the mental/spiritual Promised Land, I have begun to scour that land, tearing down all the walls of fraud and uprooting the trees of deceit. I also perceive and understand better (John 12: 35-41), even though I still have difficulty understanding Yoruba. Perhaps I’ll tale of the ‘chain” experience some other time.

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      • I hope this helps you to better understand my position.

        Since the identity thieves brazenly replaced the Names of Olodumare and the Imisi Iye with Lord, Jesus, Jehovah, Christ and the likes, and tampered with the Book of Revelations, what else in the Scriptures would they not have tampered with? What about replacing “Ashe” with “Amen”? What if the Torah has been tampered with? What about the genealogy in Genesis 10? Remember that they also carried out an ethnic/racial cleansing of the Middle East.

        But then, we allowed these to happen.

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  2. I am glad you mentioned TB Joshua on list of the Christian Pastors. The most deceitful money grabbing church ever. I feel sorry for the poor that go to that church where everyone have to pay to enter in the form of buying a booklet for the service.
    I was told I did not dress properly to enter into their phony synagogue, I feel so sorry for the mass of people that go there like sheep only to be treated with contempt by ushers that look like they are in mourning all the time, their downcast appearance is enough to depress anyone, it seem they need prayer for the Father to fill them with joy.
    TB Joshua is god in that place and everyone run around to build his empire for him, I have never witness the highest degree of manipulation as such that I have witness in that place with my own eyes.
    May the Father deliver His sheep from the mouth of these wolves.

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    • I also attended TB Joshua’s church briefly, in 2010. There was also the deceit of telling people that their miracle water is free but can only be given on the condition of buying their CDs, VCDs and the likes. Once he was moving around touching people but avoided me when he got close. For a while I wondered if something was terribly wrong on my part, then I left after noticing that prospective and active members were being brainwashed into giving money, no matter the source, to the church. Even I have been a victim of such and did ignorantly and foolishly donate to support their philanthropic activities, which, compared to NGOs and other churches, appeared honest but in reality is a gimmick aimed at subtle deception. Later I realized that he didn’t lay his hand on me because Olodumare was protecting me, else I could have been infected with demon(s) and be dead. This background, though shameful, has afforded me the insight to uncover the lies of Christianity and perhaps was in preparation for this blog and mission. The time is coming immediately during/after Eshu’s redemption of our people that we will remember all the evil, rebellious, shameful and stupid things we have done, feel disgusted with ourselves, and weep.

      Ezekiel 36:31. Then you shall remember your evil ways, and your doings that were not good; and you shall loathe yourselves in your own sight for your iniquities and for your abominations.

      Since these fake pastors/prophets pray and baptize in another name apart from Eshu, then their ‘holy’ spirit cannot be from Olodumare as HE cannot lie. Curiously, ‘holy’ seems to be a cognate of the ‘oly’ in olympic and olympius, a title associated with Zeus. Is the holy spirit of christianity the spirit of Zeus? What is the etymology of ‘holy’?

      Olodumare instructed us never to forsake the babalawo/levite (Deuteronomy 12:19; 14:27) but these prophets of Baal/Lord/Allah have been used by Lucifer and his sons (Amorite supremacists) to goad our people into doing the opposite. Thus these false prophets/pastors have positioned themselves as thieves and robbers, stealing the offering that should go to the true descendants of Oluwo (Levi). When various Nigerian nationalities migrated to these parts, we still faithfully brought our offerings of first fruits during the new yam festivals and the likes to Olodumare via the Oluwo. Sadly or Stupidly, these false teachers have encouraged our people to avoid and forget this vital sacrifice and observe instead the rebellious and satanic ways of the Amorites (Christianity-Islam-Judaism).

      Have you ever wondered why christians sing of lifting up Jesus? This must be proof that Jesus has no life in himself, that he needs the blood and energy of Christians to manifest in this world by giving their lives to him.

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  3. I have read through the comments here and I am completely surprised that a full home grown Nigerian will buy into conspiracy theories and paranoia. I really thought we were too logical a people for this.

    With regards to your so called epiphany, I have so much to say on all of the conjecture and points that you have thinly strung together but that would take up my entire day. So I will limit what I say to the following:

    1) It is obvious as you said that you have very little understanding of the Yoruba language and/or Yoruba culture. The word ‘Esu’ in Yoruba directly translates to Satan in English. It was not invented by westerners or white supremacists as you infer. Even in traditional worship, it was used as the opposing deity to the deities Sango, Ogun, etc. Ifa, on the other hand means oracle i.e a spokesperson for the God in question whether it be Ogun, Sango, Oyo or whatever. So not sure how your ‘iye’ could have given it for blessings as according to Yoruba traditional worship, it denotes a vehicle/vessel of conveying a message to the high priest or priest in question. Also, the word is spelt Eledumare not Olodumare.

    2)If you ascribe to traditional worship, then stick to traditional worship. Do not mix bits of christianity with traditional worship and attempt to brainwash a naive public with your own invented brand of religion. if you attempt to do even a little bit of study into the origin of different peoples and different races, you will realise that it is not possible that parts of the middle east were inhabited by blacks. This is the nonsense peddled by ignorant pan-african minority cults in the United States. The large block of black jews that existed were actually from North and East Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, etc) and for the large part were converts of the arab jews from what is now known as the present day middle eastern region (in which I include Tunisia and Egypt though they are actually part of the African continent).

    3) How do you get messiah from imisi aye or whatever you call it? And Zeus into Jesus? It makes no sense at all except probably to you and those who have managed to deceive the black pan-african posse in western countries who yearn for some link to any form of african culture and are willing to swallow any and all form of lies*sigh*

    4) When making points, it would be useful to provide fact based evidence to support your theories. For example, where and how do you know that blacks (of which I am one, Yoruba and proud btw) occupied what is now called Israel? Where is your scientific research? Where are the journal papers? Where is the dna testing of the people presently occupying these lands to ascertain their heritage? Please provide links to these articles/papers/etc. Where is the evidence that the word Jesus is a corruption of the word Zeus and another word? Please describe the entomology of the words and give proper evidence as to how you feel the two words are related/Connected.

    5) It would be useful not to use scripture from the very book that you claim is a pack of lies as evidence for your version of the truth. Find some independent text whose authenticity you do not dispute to support your theories and arguments. It would make you more believable.

    6)I dont know how or what you claim to have heard but my bible tells me to test all spirits. You may have truly heard a voice. You may have had instincts to follow a certain path but what did you do to confirm whether those instincts, that voice you heard was truly from God? The bible says ‘In the mouth of two or three witnesses, a matter is confirmed’. Did you speak to anyone in a position of authority over you to get clarity on what you were thinking? There is only one God and he is not a liar, neither is he a confused God. So if at some point, you were walking towards him and at the same time being dragged in two separate directions, it follows that one direction is the wrong one. I suggest you just chose the wrong path. I will not patronise you further here but I suggest that in order to make whatever path you choose (whether traditional worship, christianity or islam) make sense to you, you need to do a lot more studying, research and reading. Unfortunately, based on what you have written here so far, none of what you believe is based on fact. I suggest you find some good objective historical books to read. If you don’t trust those written by our western counterparts, I suggest you pick out those written by indigenous Nigeriansand/or Yorubas who are proud of their culture and heritage. By selling and preaching the nonsense that you do on this forum, you diminish our heritage and culture and are no better than those you so eloquently deem ‘white supremacists’.

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        amor4ce, so this is what you do with your free time. Not surprising at all. So when your not sucking Negro_Nts dick or trying to for the 5,000th time connect Saudi Arabia to Yorubas, you spend your time making up bullshit history

        What a sad pathetic man you are, anyone would sense would know you are a dirty jobless loser when half of your “sources” (which is an insult to the word itself) come from a fucking forum. What, Google books couldn’t help your deranged ass with your fuckery and stupidity?

        Yes, I desire for someone to serve you up on a plate sauted and garnished because it with justify the reason your cokewhore of a mother pushed you out allowing you to contribute your Grade A stupidity to a world already full of it. For once in your miserable ringworm infested life you will contribute positively to society, you should thank me for suggestion your one talent in life.

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    • You started by identifying yourself as ‘indigenous Yoruba and proud’ which is strange to the Yoruba culture which frowns at boasting. Is there any Yoruba person who is not indigenous? Will a true Yoruba person identify him/herself as proud? The only people I know that identify themselves as such with the aim of deception and confusion are the Igbo who have historically sought to discourage the Yoruba from progress. This is the first indicator of the insanity of your comment. Also, your manner of expression is similar to that of an Edo individual, Sola/PhysicsQED, who had tried previously to comment like a wet blanket, but I very much doubt that he would express such a deep level of narcissism and stupidity.

      I never claimed to be ‘a full home grown Nigerian’.

      I never called the event I narrated a previous comment an ‘epiphany’ and had never considered it as such.

      You claim that I have very little understanding of the Yoruba language but then boldly stated that ‘The word ‘Esu’ in Yoruba directly translates to Satan in English.’ This is a LIE as everyone who speaks Yoruba knows that the ‘su’ in Esu means to evacuate, to flush, for instance in the expulsion of digestive waste during defeacation. In the human body the nervous system also represents Esu while the head represents Obatala. No offering, in this case, desires and nervous system feedback can get to Obatala (the head) except by Esu who injects life via the nervous system. If you are indeed Yoruba, your blasphemous translation would be a total revision of a language that has been around for millennia, a new low in the morose state of various Negro peoples. However, the only people capable of putting forth such an illogical argument to prevent the spiritual re-awakening of the Yoruba are the Igbo. Perhaps you’ve noticed how the history and fraud of your people has been exposed on this blog.
      I never mentioned nor in any way inferred that westerners or white supremacists invented such a translation as they never did. You are the one who did so for the first time ever on this blog. Rather, the white supremacists deceived some Yoruba into thinking that Esu’s attributes were comparable to the devil’s.
      Esu is never used as the opposing deity to Ogun, Jakuta, etc. Like I mentioned earlier, no offering/prayer can get to its intended destination except by Esu, unless He is first appeased.
      Depending on the Yoruba intonation, IYE is translated as I Live/Exist/Am, or Mother. Since we (excluding yourself) are concerned with the name of Olodumare which is transliterated and translated from ancient Hebrew by the west as ‘EHYE and ‘I AM’ respectively, it follows that the IYE that is similarly translated is the exact equivalent and not ‘your “iye.” Obviously you have ancient hatred for the Yoruba just like the Biblical Doeg (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doeg_the_Edomite) and Isẹdalẹ (Esau) your progenitor.

      ‘Oyo or whatever’ are not Gods.

      Ifa does not mean oracle. Rather, the ‘fa’ in Ifa has to do with salvation, that is, ‘to draw out’ and is regarded as the totality of Olodumare’s message to mankind. In Ifa is the narration of the commencement of Ifa divination on earth: when people were experiencing serious hardship sought and found Orunmila, He gave them/us Ifa to use in asking for any good thing we want on earth. Anyone reading this can confirm from an Ifa priest. Your bias blinded you.

      Go and ask any Ifa priest what Ifa is and whether or not IYE gave Ifa to man for blessings.

      IYE has many titles in the Yoruba language. Olodumare and Eledumare are similarly interpreted by the Yoruba. ‘Olodumare’ is more frequently used. You are not Yoruba, else you would not have written something this stupid. For those who are interested, here’s a link to a story about Olodumare and the creation of the universe, of all that is “http://ifatraining.weebly.com/library.html”

      If you had a car which was stolen and then sometime later you happened to come across it but with suspicions that it is yours, wouldn’t you check for various signs for confirmation? Forged documents like international passports are altered from an original and people are advised and trained to look out for identify such alterations. That is what I’ve been doing with the Bible and asking others to do same. It is also like what some have tried to do concerning Obama’s birth certificate (http://www.science.co.il/Obama-Birth-Certificate.htm). It is people who have skeletons in their cupboards that prefer a naïve public and try to silence those who seek the truth.

      You mentioned that ‘it is not possible that parts of the middle east were inhabited by blacks.’ The Hausa people clearly remember that they migrated from the Middle East. The present people of Palestine acknowledge that they descended from pillaging peoples of Turkey, while in the biblical genealogy of nations in Genesis 10 it is recorded that the Philistines descended from Mizraim/Egypt who was one of the sons of Ham. Did the Ham and the ancient Egyptians ever have Caucasian-like skin tones? Do the present peoples of the Middle East ever grow hair locks like the biblical Samson and Ezekiel? Is your stupidity acquired or inborn or both?

      You mentioned ‘imisi aye’ instead of ‘Imisi Iye’, and we know that the letters ‘a’ and ‘i’ are quite far apart on the standard QWERTY keyboard. One thing you obviously failed to notice, perhaps because you were blinded by hatred and envy, is that I had mentioned elsewhere on this blog that I got the revelation of Imisi Iye = Messiah from another blogger. Yoruba people who understand the meaning of ‘Imisi Iye’ would not openly brush it aside in defense of Christianity.

      If the closest transliteration of the Messiah’s name by the present occupiers of the Levant is accepted as Yeshu/Yeshua, and the HELLenists (Greco-Romans) who took over the Levant warshiped Zeus and built a temple to him on the site of the original Temple of biblical Israel, which of the following names is closer to Zeus:
      1. Yeshu
      2. Yeshua
      3. Iesous
      4. IeZeus
      5. Jesus

      You ask me for scientific research, journal papers, dna testing, articles/papers etc of Yoruba links to the land now called Israel. Why didn’t you ask the Almighty for such when he gave the 10 commandments to Moses or when creating heaven and earth? One silly thing about your remark is that I had written an essay titled ‘A Reconstruction Of Early Yoruba History’ wherein I provided references. Also, inclusion of dna testing points to the voluntary rejection of logic in your faculties and thought processes. How on earth would you ask me for dna evidence when I have severally asserted that the present people in Israel who claim to be the biblical Israelites are not? I don’t think like those of the Lemba and Igbo who believe that they are one with the synagogue of satan!

      Whether I choose to use the Scriptures or not for my research is none of your business. I don’t write to please you. I have never mentioned that the scriptures are ‘a pack of lies.’ You cannot bully me. You cannot tell me what sources to use and not use for my research. You are not my Creator and have no authority over me; neither does my life depend on you. I don’t have to agree with you. I don’t have to agree with stupidity.

      You can try asking various biblical prophets whether or not they confirmed the messages they received before publicizing them. I never mentioned anything like I was ‘walking towards him and at the same time being dragged in two separate directions.’ Your patronage on this blog has no bearing whatsoever on my existence. You need to do research with an open mind but I must warn you, it will not be possible if you still hold on to the lunatic disposition you have displayed so far. Do know that there are divine punishments for those who blaspheme against the name ‘Esu’ and falsely claim to be Yoruba.

      I urge those (especially Negroes) who have read this response to read up on ‘Planck’s problem’ and ‘Ideological Immunity.’ You can try this pdf document ‘My people are destroyed for a lack of SCIENCE’ by Asar Imhotep (http://www.asarimhotep.com/documentdownloads/Mypeoplearedestroyed.pdf).

      In conclusion, the likes of the person who I responded to are partly described in the following article:

      Two Types of Scholars in The Global African Community

      “There are two types of fundamental scholars within the world of African people. There are those scholars who have internalized the value system of white supremacy. They, generally, never question any theories, models, perceptions, assumptions or concepts that come from the minds of White males in the world.

      They then proceed to write and teach rooted in the assumption that white scholars cannot be questioned in their social, cultural, philosophical or theological approaches to the human condition.
      In general their very merit as scholars is rooted in their approval by the white male developed and controlled institutions of higher learning, and they depend on the validation of the white male as the source of their professionalism and views.

      This group of scholars within the global African community can command access to the media, major publishing companies, the university lecture circuit, and even access to other nation of African people.

      These scholars, in conjunction with a very dishonest mainstream African media in the U.S. , the Caribbean and on the African continent then engage in reinforcing white supremacy simply because that endorsement pays well, supports the business, provides the individual with economic stability and personal notoriety.

      Even those who take the position of being progressive, liberal and radical only do so within the context of White male cultural thought.

      They only reference other Africans who reference radical, progressive and liberal whites. Such scholars attempt to control the direction of the conversation of African people. They are more prone to talk in ‘universal’ themes, ‘international’ themes, ‘humanism’ themes and ‘class’ themes which are all inventions of the white male mind in their concept, assumptions, values to serve the purpose of his maintenance of human supremacy. Thus the conversation for them is always ‘how do we transcend race to a common dialogue of humanity’ which is always based on how the white world wants to transcend race.

      For them the goal is for African people to prove to the white world that African people are worthy of respect, regard and assistance whether that argument is posed from the conservative right or the radical left of white cultural thought. In essence they spend a life
      time promoting world white nationalism disguised as ‘modernity, technological advancement and social democracy’ as defined by the white male mind. They have not had an original thought ever and denounce original thought as invalid and unrealistic because it does not allow African people to learn how to live in a white cultural and social reality. Their combined force of conversation then attempts to drown out the second type of scholar, the African-centered, Nationalist and Pan-Africanism scholar.

      This type of scholar has struggled for two centuries to be heard by African people yet this scholar has had to contend with the power of white supremacy by way of the first scholar, the media preference of the first scholar and the innate self-preservation of white male culture that has created a climate and environment to starve his scholar out. This scholar has learned the theories, models, perceptions, and concepts and assumptions of the same schools of the white male thought as the first group of scholars yet this scholar has not only chosen to challenge their fundamental validity but has moved into the direction of replacing them with sound thinking that comes out of an African way of looking at the human condition rooted in those cultural concepts, theories, models, perceptions and assumptions of a fundamentally Afrikan value system.

      http://www.zimbio.com/RBG+Afrikan-+Centered+Cultural+Development+and+Education/articles/1761/Two+Types+Scholars+Global+African+Community

      Baye Kes Ba Me-Ra

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  4. I speak yoruba very well and I know that pronouncing word in yoruba vary, sometimes you can say Olodumare and another time you can say Eledumare and no yoruba speakers can ever deny this fact.
    As for Jesus and Zeus, the above writer should go and do his/her homework before making a fool of himself. In this age of information one don’t have to have a big library to come across this fact that Jesus is Zeus repackaged and delivered to the unsuspecting world. Christianity is a cult and it’s about time we stop making excuse for it just because some people are too lazy to put in some time to research before they make uninformed comment which totally reveal their lack of knowledge and understanding about the world they live in. Aja ti o sonu, ki i gbo fere olode.

    Also, having taking time to study some of African ancient history, I found that it is something to be proud of, we had civilization while the European countries were still in nappies and Africa brought civilization to them only to have it turn around and bite us back.

    For those who do not know the history of Africa go and read your Old Testament Bible, it is the history of Africa, our history before white man came and break us up and cause us to be fighting each other like a pack of dogs and when we have one person among us who try to tell us something that we perceive is strange to our ears and it’s different from what white fellas told us about our history, we attack, why? Because we rather believe the white fella than our own people, why? Because they told us they are smarter than us and we rather have it that way? Eh?
    The ancient Egyptians were black, check it out. If the Israelites spent two hundred and fifteen years with them and they were only seventy that went into Egypt do you think they do not marry into the family of their Egyptian cousins. Those who call themselves Egyptians today are new on the land and they won’t want you to know that, but you don’t want to know that fact because you prefer to stay ignorant.
    Take a few minutes out of ignorance and dig out what they have buried under layers of lies that were design to keep you asleep, they have taking so much from us only because we have been asleep and the reason for this? Check it out in your Bible.

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    • That person, ‘indigenous yoruba and proud,’ is not Yoruba, and he admitted his schizophrenia/mental instability when he wrote that “my bible tells me.” Clearly he hears from his bible and has outsourced his reasoning. Perhaps he is under remote control via the christian ‘holy spirit’ from Babylon/Rome, the sorcery capital of the world. This is one thing common in Christendom and many preachers and born againers are guilty.

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  5. It does appear that our proud indigenous yoruba surely is not familiar with yoruba language very well, because even a little child born in Yoruba land knows that Olodumare and Eledumare is interchangeable while the meaning firmly remain in place. It is a sad thing for people to start hiding behind the name of another group to espouse their ignorance. I do hope that this person will cease to falsely claim to be Yoruba, it end up giving Yoruba people a bad image.

    Thanks yemitom for this website http://ifatraining.weebly.com/library.html I have not seen one with so much detail, so informative, it does agree with the Bible (though with more details) and some of the apocryphal works that I have come across.

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    • That creation account is very rich as you rightly noted; I was led to it about a month ago. It sort of shows that the Odu Ifa is full of information quite useful in Bible exegesis. I guess black Africans, most especially us Yoruba, should be able to understand the many symbols therein. It also makes Christian commentaries look weak. Thankfully I met the author, a very pleasant man, about 3 weeks ago.

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  6. Having being away from the errors of the church has helped me a lot in being able to look at the Bible with different approach. It is so rich and so full of our traditions and sayings in a way that is quite astonishing. With the help of the Father guiding me in learning and the research that I have put into finding out more about the Bible, I came to the realization that the Oyinbos have done a good job in their suppression of our history. Another thing is that the Father has hidden us in the full view of every one in a way that people don’t even think nor does it enter into their minds that we could ever be the one they have been reading about. He hid us because He did not want us to pollute His Name among the nations. We still continue our idolatory today, I did a research on the Africans that were taking out of Africa to all other nations around the world and they all had one thing in common and it is idolatry.

    I guess He is allowing us to worship idols until we are content and blue in the face and until we realize that instead of going forward we are remain backward and instead of being the head we have become the tail, and when we wake up to who we are then it is time for us to return to our Master who promised to hear us when we call. I am quite wary about our idolatry to be frank so I am looking before I leap (researching before making decisions)
    Considering that twelve years ago our time of punishment came to an end, it is now time for us to start returning and I think it is starting to happen albeit slowly, too slow for my liking, lol.

    Our people must understand that to be able to learn and understand the Bible well, they must look into their tradition, then they will understand who they really are. The still speak Hebrew but they are the last person to know this.

    Concerning Ifa, I have my suspicion that the Ifa priests are the Lewites. I still need to put more effort into my research in this area. Your website has help me quite well as a place to start in this journey. The Lewites I believe are still carrying on their duty but considering the nearly three thousand years of dispersion, do you think they have remain the same without being polluted?

    I have come across Oyinbos on youtube trying so badly to “te Ifa” and speaking awful yoruba in their effort to address it. I think, and this is just how I feel, I think it is quite disrespectful (if the Ifa priests are the true line of Lewites ) to be teaching this thing to this people. I think they are doing it for money but my understanding of our history is that soon whatever this people learn from us is used in the latter time against us, I think this people are involve in something that is far beyond their understanding. Let me know your thoughts on this.

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    • Ellis White noted in his book about the Yoruba, which I referred to in my piece about Yoruba history, that our people were not ‘worshiping’ the figurines nor the other artworks. They serve as reminders of the attributes of the divine. I witnessed this first hand at the Oluwo’s place where dafa (spiritual consultation) was done for me. I never noticed anything like the veneration of those objects. However, it is likely that at some point in the past, especially just before and during the slave trade era, some of our people misunderstood and got involved in such. This misunderstanding could also have been hastened by the assault of slave traders which could have led to the disappearance from communities of priests and others who were to pass on the knowledge.

      In the Bible, it is recorded that other neighbouring nations were venerating idols which the Biblical Israelites were lusting after. The same thing re-occurred in Yorubaland like the association with Islam followed with the punishment of the Europeans and christianity.

      Another crime was the replacement of Jakuta with Shango when the former is one of the Seven – who did the people acknowledge before the birth of Shango? Of course many might want to reject what I’ve written about the Seven but, I noticed that they have parallel attributes. Orunmila is well described in the Bible with male and female metaphors that in Ifa are distributed among the Seven. Another is the name Eshu which is of the Messiah whose depiction matches Orunmila. It seems the priests also forgot the name IYE, perhaps influenced by HIM to prevent us from further profaning HIS name.

      One of the curses for going against the covenant is enslavement and serving OTHER (ie foreign) gods (Deut 28:36; Jeremiah 5:19) which happened in similar pattern with the arrivals of the Babylonians and Europeans. Just as the king of Babylon tried to make all people bow to his giant idol, the Europeans got our people to bow to their giant idols, the images of christ and the cross. Its terrible how our people were deceived into regarding the Ifa objects as idolatrous when the giant and numerous images of Christianity constitute the biggest in-your-face idolatry.

      Since Daodu used Ifa, Paul referred to it (Romans 3:1-2), and the sayings and activities of Eshu as narrated in the Gospels conform to that in Ifa, I concluded that it is the way to go. Then I prayed and sought for a true (Ifa) priest. The message from the spiritual consultation was fully accurate and did not involve listening to a spirit as in christianity and islam. However, to get to this stage I did have to overcome cognitive dissonance, especially when publishing essays on this blog. For instance, when I received the nudges to write about the name Daodu (confirmation of Ifa) and forgetting the name of God (implication of blasphemy by our people) I spent weeks pondering in discomfort. Also, I noticed that when I did actually start writing those essays and in the period after, I felt itutu (inner peace; John 14:27). During composition I would see the glaring logic following which the cognitive dissonance would dissipate. This has helped me realize that faith is not blind or superstitious or supernatural but logical.

      The Ifa priests have been performing the same functions as indicated in Ezekiel 44:15-16 but it seems some may have strayed away (verses 10-14). Nevertheless, we should not be discouraged. I have similarly felt a preference for the immediate re-awakening of our people, but there is a time and reason for everything and HE knows what He is doing (Romans 11:25). One should not just leap without looking but when one has seen the truth, he should take the first step which is opening the door for Eshu. When I did, I was better equipped to assert myself (2 Timothy 1:7) against all the mental and spiritual Canaanites that present resistance in the form of doubts and cognitive dissonance. One result is clarity/vision.

      The rebellious oyinbos had tried before to get Ifa but a portion of our people, probably under the guidance of Orunmila, migrated to present-day Yorubaland with the secrets. Later, the oyinbos (muslims and christians) came to Yorubaland and tried quenching it with their preaching and during the slave trade but is has endured as HIS words will never pass away (Mark 13:31). This time they are about to completely take over the planet which would leave us with no where else to run but to turn to HIM, but HE will come for us and quench them.

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      • Just like the people in foreign churches, our people could not see the idolatry of the church, all the images of saints and the cross and Mary images has faded into the background of the subconscious, it is no more given another thought. You could think if the Bible instructed not to bow down to any images for worship, then why should I even acknowledge an image in a place of worship nor go into that very building to worship the Father at all?

        I know someone from Ogun state where they worship Sonponna, she refuse to get involve in it because she love the Father, she is always praying and fasting but her people were doing all kind of magic to bring her to change her mind i.e sending the demon associated with the orisa, causing her to lose the ability to move or run in the middle of an express way, a whirlwind that suddenly came into the house bringing a demon with it etc.

        I do not know the role of the Sonponna but it sound like some nasty stuff, I do not believe this happen with other Orishas according to those articles I’ve read on your blog but in her case if not because she is under the protection of the Creator of heaven and earth she would have been gone. I think for me this example is one of many that make people suspicious of our home religion.This is not to discount the witchcraft that exist in Christianity, because as you and I know many who call themselves ministers of Christianity do not solely rely on the power of the IMISI IYE to do the miracle or get a big congregation.

        According to the instructions given in the Book of Deuteronomy, there are things we must do when we return and one of them is, like today we celebrate the Day of Atonement, we have to start obeying the Sabbaths, those ones that the Christians will kill anyone who asked them to return to observing it, celebrating the Sabbath from sun down Friday to sundown Saturday and His feasts days which He said they are forever, also the prophecy point to the fact that we will resume celebrating these feasts during the Millennium reign and offering of sacrifices which is detestable to the legalistic Christians will resume fully with the priest in full service. Do people ever read the Bible or is it just for show? or is it just like “thanks pastor we’ll do whatever you say because it’s too tedious for us to use our brain right now?

        I think with your help of bringing the awareness of this thing to the people something great will happen, don’t forget that we are dealing with hundreds of years of brain washing by the oyinbos and that is not going to disappear overnight, but our hope is in getting back into the obedient of His covenant with our fathers.

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        • Let’s not associate anything demonic and nasty with Sonponna. Remember that there were times plagues/pestilence broke out in biblical Israel during times of rebellion and misdemeanor. An example is when some Israelite men had sexual relations with some Moabite women, another was the punishment Daodu chose when he ordered a census of Israel. The infliction of such plagues has probably been delegated to Ile-Gbibona/Olode/Sopona and is for our own good. Our people’s reference to Soponna as demonic is still the result of Christian/Islamic brainwashing, the same attitude to Eshu as well. Because Eshu can send good and bad times, many people now use the bad times as faulty justification for blasphemy. Whereas, Eshu has described himself severally in the Bible as having that power. For example, Christians are taught to believe in a kind of lovey-dovey Christ, in spite of the many Biblical references about IMISI IYE’s declaration that He will come again with a lot of bloodshed as punishment for lawlessness and the oppression of our people.

          That person from Ogun might have been led by her Christian associates to falsely accuse her people of using magic against her and justify her rejection of her tradition. Compare the situation with that of the Ifa priests who rejected their divine calling for Islam and Christianity. In Amos 4:6-11, IMISI IYE expressed His displeasure concerning Israel’s stubbornness, saying that they refused to return to Him even though He was punishing them with various disasters just as parents chastise their children whom they love. Her rejection of tradition would have given room for such to occur and the eventual result of that is IMISI IYE giving such a person into the hands of deceptive beliefs since that was what she preferred. Hence, she may be thinking that IYE saved her from the tradition but in actuality…it is a terrible thing if and when IMISI IYE gives up on an individual to be deceived by the devil as such ends up in disgrace, and if stubbornness is still maintained, weeping and gnashing of teeth. Who knows if some of those attacks she experienced were out of paranoia, if some were due to christian spirits setting her up. Remember Job? I do acknowledge that some traditionalists do nasty stuff (Ezekiel 13:17-23; I may have personal testimonies) but then in such situations we ought to give priority to reflection on whatever we might have done that gave room for such unpleasant incidents rather than looking for others to blame.

          The HELLenists replaced Ashe in the Bible with Amen. Amen/Amin are meaningless and strange to our tongue but I suspect has Indo-European roots. Thus, Eshu is the Ashe, never Amen. In the Book of Deuteronomy this replacement was also done, so I have suspected that perhaps they may have altered other things as well in the Torah. Since these people took away from the ‘word’ by removing the Names of Olodumare and Imisi Iye from the Scriptures and even the book of Revelations, altering the Torah with substitutions, deletions, insertions and the likes would not have been beyond them. Nevertheless, it is the Ifa priests with the true knowledge that can verify and validate, and Orunmila will help us.

          Alaafia

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      • Thanks for your response, maybe I should not be overly concern about the Ifa priests giving out the knowledge of Ifa. Do you think they remember the Feasts (Sabbaths) that is celebrated through the year? It’s been quite a while since I left Naija and I am not sure of this. Mo mo wipe nwon nse odun isu tuntun ni Ife, which correspond to the spring festival of Passover and Unleavened bread. I remember, nigbati mo wa lewe, at the time of the Feast of Tabernacles people go out to wave palm branches. Do you think our people still do this, does the Ifa priests remember this traditions? If yes can you point me to where I can continue my research in this area? IMISI IYE be with you.

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        • A revival has started concerning the traditional lunar calendar. What I’ve noticed is a bias for that calendar over the solar one. The calendar system and the significance of certain dates are probably explained in Ifa. The festivals you’ve mentioned, I was not aware except for the research done by Dierk Lange available on his website. Note that the Ifa priests have rightly rejected any comparison to those oyinbo people in Israel so they would not think of their festivals as similar with those observed by the synagogue of satan. This leads to a lack of comparison with the Scriptural descriptions of the festivals.
          Dierk Lange did mention in one of his papers that the observance of a particular festival, I think the Itapa, was seriously eroded when the evangelist Reinhard Bonnke motivated his brainwashed congregation to destroy shrines and traditional artifacts, just like the destruction of the Moremi shrine by muslims somewhere in Kwara. Perhaps you can contact a priest e.g., Obafemi Origunwa (http://obafemio.wordpress.com/) to get a list of national (Yoruba) festivals observed in Ile-Ife and do your own research from there. I’ll search for materials and get back to you.

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        • Last night I listened to a radio interview with a priest about the traditional calendar, its origin, significance, and festivals. I doubt it was a coincidence. Check out his website –
          http://ileategbe.org/subscription.htm
          http://ileategbe.org/prayer_calendar.htm
          http://ileategbe.org/contact.htm

          The interview was part of a programme about Yoruba culture and Ifa, and is broadcast weekly on Radio Lagos every thursday from 8.15pm to 8.45pm Nigerian time. If internet broadcast is available I strongly recommend it.
          Let us also try to avoid, due to christian/western upbringing, the pride that could result from assuming that we know better than the priests concerning the feasts lest we embarrass and alienate ourselves.

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  7. Thanks for the notice because I have been checking to see if you have publish the essay. Interesting also to find that the Yorubas actually follow the moon calender as the Hebrews it making so much sense now.

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  8. Whatever your beliefs and whatever your findings from your personal experiences and studies may be, I do not believe you have thorough evidences against all the people you listed in this article. I don’t think I want to personally get involved in debating your beliefs, as I am a christian, I’m of yoruba heritage, and I’ll saw adequately knowledgable about the history of both, except we get an appropriate avenue to talk and reason (not just endless replies online).
    However, I will like to appeal to you, hopefully as a reasonable human being, to take down the names of all those people (except any of them that you know personally and you have evidences for your accusations against them).

    Calling people satanic? Have you met satan and he called those people his disciples, or have those people told you they followed satan, or you have personal evidences against each of them worshiping satan(please take the time to post such evidences for all of them if you do)? I think it is highly unfair to make such damning accusatioins against people you do not personally know no matter your beliefs. How would you feel if your name was to go down in history as Hitler’s right hand man? Of course such a thing would be absurd, well, at least to you, but if someone was to decide they have found out certain things that make them believe you were alive while Hitler was here and you helped him do all the horrible things he did, only to be re-incarnated as Yemi, and they publish such, decades or centuries later you could find a bunch of people who will believe such stories. Imagine what would become of your children to face such accusations about thier father or grandfather or whatever.

    Please, do correct me if I am wrong that you do not know all of those people personally or that you have evidences against each and everyone of them.

    Once again, please, you are absolutely free to state your beliefs, and your personal issues with the religions you listed, of course they all have issues, of course they’ve all been poluted along the way somewhere (some from the onset some along the wat), but do not ridicule fellow human beings without personal evidences against them.

    Best Regards,
    Ayo

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    • Ayo,

      I described some of my personal experiences to give scoffers an excuse to mock and buzz off.

      How is it that you felt concerned about my reference to some christian and islamic clergy as satanic but did not point out the obvious fact that these same people who claim to be Yoruba encourage their followers to see the traditional Yoruba spiritual system as satanic? Both Islam and Christianity have satanic origins as pointed out in my essay “Analysis of historical fractals”, implying that all clerics around the world of those religions are satanic and based on deceit. There is no middle ground. It is either you are ‘for’ or ‘against’. The Yoruba clerics of these religions encourage our people to blaspheme against Eshu by calling him satan. Eshu is one aspect of the Redeemer, as is Obatala (light energy), Jakuta (electrical energy) and so on. Taking it further, these clerics encourage our people to ridicule and abandon our culture – including all the orisha, irunmole, ancestors, priests, traditional rulers, and all devotees of Ifa – and see it as demonic, a very grave error. They ridicule Olodumare by referring to the Him as the god of christianity and islam whereas the truth is that Olodumare is never the god of those two, never. These clerics cannot prove anything evil about Ifa and Eshu but the evil of theirs is very easy to point out. For instance, Christians are encouraged to give their lives to Christ, in clear contrast to the information in biblical texts that the Redeemer came to give life. Surely this means that Christianity is a big scam.

      Since they encourage our people to go astray they should be ready to bear the consequences. If they are reasonable let them denounce those alien religions and apologize for their falsehood then I will remove their names.When I was born into a world of iniquity and lived as a Christian I served satan but since my eyes were opened to the truth I had to admit that I had gone astray in order to be healed. I fear no man and I will accomplish my task/destiny no matter the cost. Besides, names are also mentioned in the Islamic and Christian texts that they read and during their prayers, sermons, and other discussions.

      What is bad is bad.

      Regards

      ________________________________

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      • So, let me get this straight, you are refusing to take off the names (of the people you don’t know personally) because you believe both Islamists and Christians have gotten it all wrong – calling Eshu Satan (thereby labeling him the bad guy, whereas you believe he is the good guy)? If that is the case (hope you didn’t mind my summary) then I guess most of the people on your list wont mind being on your list (even as I wouldn’t either) because it just seems you are opposing the fundamental teachings of both religions and not just the individual yoruba clerics.

        I’m definitely now curious as to how you came to such conclusions as your belief and I’ll definitely read your articles/essay to get an insight into it and hopefully I (or someone else at some point) will by God’s grace be able to convince you otherwise.

        Just briefly about your biblical text example to allege Christianity is a scam….. would marriage be a scam as well, as each party are meant to give each other love (and in a sense their lives) i.e. husband giving his love/life to the wife just as the wife gives her life/love to the husband? I’ll like to think your answer will be no, marriage is not a scam (please correct me if I am wrongly presuming your response), in a similar vain – Christianity asking you to give your life to Christ and Christ giving His life for you is not a scam. Further to that, I think better understanding what both party (Christ the redeemer and the Christian e.g. myself) is giving to the other will help. If I can put it simply, Christ gave me His life – He died to save me, paying the price for my sins, a price I could not pay. I give my life to Him – because I believe He paid the price for my sin a price I couldn’t pay, I believe Him as my Lord, therefore I submit my life to Him, to live to fulfill His will, to do His bidding. Where is the scam?

        As I mentioned, I am curious as o what exactly you believe about Eshu, Obatala, Orunmilla and the rest of them, but just before I go, here’s a question for you – Islam has Mohammed (human and I believe history proves his existence wasn’t just a myth) who claimed to be sent from God, Christianity has Jesus (another human with historical footprints) who claimed He was God’s son sent from God and He performed miracles witnessed by people to prove His deity. Who do you have sent from the orishas and can be vetted by other people in history to have actually existed? By the way, please don’t say Eshu, because he wasn’t human lol.

        p.s apologies for the late reply, I didn’t get a notification of your reply.

        Regards,
        Ayo

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  9. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2011; 55(4)
    Guest Editorial 295
    Guest Editorial
    DO YORUBAS HAVE AN ORIGIN DIFFERENT
    FROM OTHER AFRICANS ?
    When in 2002 Michael Brunet of the University of Poitiers announced his
    discovery of
    Sahelanthropus
    tchadensis
    , the oldest yet hominid fossil, the
    conventional theory of evolution was somewhat challenged (1). First of all,
    this fossil had been unearthed in the West African nation of Chad, not in the
    East African rift valley where the cradle of mankind had been thought to be
    (1). Secondly, the 7 million year old fossil showed more modern features than
    some much younger fossils, suggesting multiple species of hominids had
    existed, overlapping in time, and so human evolution might not have occurred
    in neat stages, each stage following the next before it (1).
    The idea began to gain ground among some anthropologists that the
    different species of men evolved independently in strains similar but totally
    independent of each other (1).
    This suggests that there are multiple species of men, just like there
    are multiple species of apes, penguins, dogs, bees and finches. Man was
    no exception to Nature’s way of creating varieties of each kind of creature
    (1).
    In a sense, this idea is not entirely new. Anthropologists have always
    divided and subdivided the human race. The white race has subdivisions such
    as the Nordic and Alpine. Even the first European explorers to Africa could
    tell there was a difference between the tall Masai of East Africa, the short
    Pygmy of Central Africa and the Khoisan of Southern Africa, who like the
    Chinese had an epicanthic fold over his eye.
    Do the Yorubas who presently live in Western Nigeria have a different
    origin from other Negroes ? Certain evolutionary developments have been
    observed in Yorubas which are not taking place in other black Africans.
    These developments include mutations in genes controlling mannose, and
    hair formation and patterning (Keratin cluster near 17q12 and FLD6). Apart
    from this, it had long been noticed that the Yorubas have the highest incidence
    of dizygotic twins among all the people of the earth (2). As if these were not
    enough, Yorubas suffer from a peculiar type of sickle cell trait, different from
    the type of sickle cell trait that affects other native Africans (3).
    If type of abnormal hemoglobin may be regarded as a proof of the diversity
    of mankind, the following information is revealing :
    I296 Guest Editorial
    Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2011; 55(4)
    Abnormal
    Geographic spread
    hemoglobin
    S (sickle cell)
    Non-Yoruba native Africans showed
    three (3) independent mutations as
    evolved at Senegambia, Cote D’Ivoire
    and Congo/Cameroon.
    C Yoruba Negroes arose in Nigeria
    O Arabs arose on Arabian Penninsula
    D Indians and Pakistanis arose on
    Indian subcontinent
    E Asians from Thailand, Malaysia,
    Indonesia, Vietnam and Laos.
    Arose in South East Asia
    There is another striking observation:
    Apart from the Western parts of Nigeria
    (where Yorubas now reside) hemoglobin C is
    also widespread in areas where, according
    to local legends, Yorubas once visited. The
    Ga people of Ghana, for example, speak a
    language which is virtually Yoruba and claim
    that they and the Ewe people migrated from
    the Yoruba region of Nigeria in the 13
    th
    century (4). Hemoglobin C is very rampant
    among the Ga and Ewe people of Ghana and
    Togo, but is absent in other Ghanaians.
    Hemoglobin C also occurs in Sierra Leone,
    a place many liberated Yoruba slaves made
    their home in the 1800s (5).
    Yorubas have always been a puzzle
    among the people of Africa. The first
    European explorers who encountered the
    Yoruba were perplexed, most notably the
    American Baptist Missionary William H.
    Clarke. Compared to other African natives
    Yorubas were markedly urban, living in
    walled cities containing tens of thousands of
    inhabitants. At the dawn of the 20
    th
    century
    the European archaeologist Leo Frobenius
    excavated some interesting bronze busts at
    Ile Ife, the sacred city of the Yorubas.
    Are Yorubas indeed a new branch of the
    Negro evolutionary tree or a totally different
    species? Undoubtedly, there is a need to
    study the Yorubas by scientists to resolve a
    riddle in the evolution of the human race.
    SEUN AYOADE
    Department of Geography
    Faculty of the Social Sciences
    University of Ibadan
    Oyo State, Nigeria
    REFERENCES
    1. Lemonick M, Dorfman A. Father of us all ?
    Time
    2002; 22: 48–55.
    2. Akinboro A, Azeez MA, Bakare AA. Frequency
    of twinning in South West Nigeria.
    Indian J
    Hum Genet
    2008; 14: 41–47
    3. Desai D, Dhanani H. Sickle cell disease: History
    and origin.
    Internet J Haematol
    2004; ISSN
    1540–2649. Akinyanju OO. A profile of sickle
    cell disease in Nigeria.
    Ann NY Acad Sci
    1989;
    565: 126–36.
    4. Gates HL. In: Africana, the Encyclopedia of the
    African and African American Experience. USA,
    Civitas Books, 1999; p721.
    5. Edington GM, Lehmann H. The distribution of
    haemoglobin C in West Africa.
    Man
    1956; 56:
    34–36

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    • This is quite a gem and I am very grateful. I wonder how many Yoruba islamic or christian cleric would be willing to objectively analyze and accept the implications. I will post the link as a separate blog entry.

      A fellow contributor, ‘Olugbenga’, pointed out that the Redeemer and the Orisha need a people with pure DNA to manifest among mankind. The supremacists among the oyinbo have been trying to counter this via various means including genetically-modified foods (e.g from IITA), vaccination (WHO has ordered Nigeria to make compulsory as from May 2013 the administration of a disastrous flu shot for any Nigerian flying from the country), and so on.

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  10. U r such a fluke n liar like ur father d devil,yemi or wateva u r if u dnt stop d nonsense wrath of the GOD of Papa Ayo Oritsejafor WILL HIT U

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  11. U r a fluke n liar lk ur father satan d devil. ade or wateva u r,if u dnt stop ds bad joke d altar of d GOD OF PAPA AYO ORITSEJAFOR WIL STRIKE U ITS NT A THREAT

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    • Please bear with me for the delayed response – economic bitterness. Also, it seems the oyinbo rulers have blocked my communication with anybody who uses a gmail account. My facebook (personal) messages have also been disappearing. You can still try to contact me for consultation at yemitom2@yahoo(dot)com. all the best

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      • Yea yea‘ dats what they do bro, the internet is their makin, anybody talkin against them gets fired. They got survellance evrywhere‘ dont u knw their popular sayin WE ARE WATCHIN YOU nd den their sign. http://www.pakalertpress.com u‘ll get sum good info here bro‘ thanks for d enlightment, i appreciate‘ Thank u.

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  12. I don’t know what people like Basket Mouth, AY, Gandoki, Gordons, Princess etc are still doing on d comedy scene. Adelami has demonstrated pure, raw undiluted comedy in this piece and is worthy of featuring on Laffomania, Nite of a thousand laughs or even HBO in the US. I thought I would find it offensive but it actually turned out to be hilarious. Adelami, you are truly a comic genius. Either thart or stark, raving mad and in need of professional help before you hit the streets in your birthday suit.

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  13. Jesus is Lord. the only begotten of the Father our God Jehovah…… believe in Him and you shall be saved, He defeated the devil and his works on the cross of Calvary he came to set the captive free. For there is only one true God, the God of Abraham,Issac,Jacob.

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  14. Wow! You seem so wise, bt dis is preposterous. If u wanted 2 insult & castigate something, did u really have 2 bring Jesus into it? Did u have 2 insult His Children? Do u even know d definition of evil? You seem like someone who is trying 2 find his way in d dark & knows no other way bt 2 do it wrongly. Pls do not take God’s silence 4 foolishness or non-existence. The devil is ministering 2 u & u’re accepting it- he will be d one 2 condemn u @ d end. Seek Light & U’ll find ur way. U can only find d True Light in Jesus.

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    • Is it written anywhere in the bible that for a human to be saved s/he has to give his/her life to someone else? Is it not suicidal lunacy for a human to donate (sacrifice) his/her life to another who claims to be the life/redeemer? Remember that in the bible the redeemer is said to have given/sacrificed his life for humanity, not vice versa. Stop being suicidal, that is if you are not already dead beyond redemption.

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      • This is clearly the sign of end time. My brother, my honest prayer for u is that u should have an encounter with Jesus just like Saul before he became Paul. However, as for all the men of God u have spoken against and called names including my dearly beloved pastor, may God Almighty have mercy on u and forgive ur sin of blasphemy in Jesus name.

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  15. I love this guy that wrote this stuff. He must have escaped from yaba left.
    Atleast he called ESHU his god (with small letter ‘g’) its nice meeting you bro. But you can’t get popularity by forming your own religion stylishly.
    You see that chain that you claimed to take you up will take you to hell if you don’t stop this nonsence. I wonder why nigerians are becoming desperate. Internet fraudstering will not prosper you, please go and learn tailoring and stop confusing your destiny online.

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  16. “Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times, some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and DOCTRINES OF DEMONS” 1 Timothy 4:1.

    Throughout history, certain men have made it clear that they believe they are wiser than God. Whenever this insanity occurs, such a man inevitably changes God’s doctrines to fit his own ideas. Then he goes a step further and begins to instruct others in the doctrine he has invented.

    Of course, man’s ‘truth’, when derived from demons, will always be contradictory of God’s truth. The men who intrude into God’s sphere of truth with the express desire to change God’s word are only following the lead of a demon.

    Since the beginning of time, there have always been men who disparaged God’s word, usurped God’s authority, and supplanted God’s truth and God’s will for their own.

    This blogger is relentlessly pursuing teaching the simple minded how to think. There is no doubt that behind this crazy divergence from the truth is a demon orchestrating and choreographing his/her every step, and words.

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  17. YOU R TRULY SICK i cant believe there are so many gullible people out there at the rate at which the world is going generally and people are still buying into such lies that will lead them nowhere but to the bottomless pit.
    i feel for you Yemi but i am grieved for your followers cos it is obvious they don’t know their right from there left these are people with no future ambition. as for the men of God you mentioned you have touched God and your reward awaits you (cos He has said touch not my anointed and do my prophet no harm). i wish you well.

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  18. What I don’t understand is while should you denounce others of what they believe , use the bible as a reference to buttress your point, and turn around and say the same bible has been distorted, I have met people of different religious background , this is my first in reading the article of a cristo-ifa believer.
    The shame is not in your believe after all, to very man it own for there is no compulsion in religion, if there is one certainty for every man it’s death and how you chose to live now and after is your business, the shame is your response to comments given .
    What do you expect? You destroy other peoples religion , list their religious leaders and say Zeus is Jesus (Zeus by the way according to Greek mythology was the king of the gods and had siblings and a wife and children ) and you expect them not to react?
    I believe it is unbecoming and childish to list the names of people and refer to them as the progeny of satan , if you don’t share there religious views and believe at least respect them for what they have achieved , they are men and women that can hold the attention of thousands of people which is not an easy thing to achieve .

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  19. After reading this post i went to see my grandfather who was ones an harbalist but now a christian. He said even a lay man know dat Esu is Satan in English. I’m sured that the concerned people i.e the listed clergies would have read your post and will be extreamely astonished like Pastor Adeboye and his wife, the imediate past Methodist Church Nigeria Prelate in person of His Eminece Sunday ‘Ola Makinde, Bishop Oyedepo and others. I’m pretty sure that they would have asked for forgiveness on your behalf for they know that you dont know what you are doing. I won’t be atonished for it as been stated in the Holy Bible, the book of Luke, that in the end time many will come in His name and many with different beliefs but be carefull. I can’t feel sorry for the Bible says ‘My people perish for they lack wisdom’. But i feel sorry for you because you are already on your express way to the hell fire and only God can save you for i could see that you’d been corrupted with lies. I’ll advise you to ask for forgiveness against the anoited men of God that you have blasphem for you can’t withstand the WRATH of GOD when He is ready for his judgement or for the revedge of His people.

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  20. I didn’t want to leave a comment but I feel a urge to let you in on something. Slandering worshippers of The True God brings only one thing… Condemnation. I don’t care if you are a Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, Fulani, Ishekiri etc. What I care about is that we Love God Almighty with all our heart, soul and spirit and to Love our neighbours as ourselves. I don’t want to know if you are correct or wrong. All I want to know is that God’s Spirit helps us to make the right choices in the midst of temptation. I think it’s high time we stopped the bickering and start the practical aspect of being humans. And that aspect is to associate with love. I believe in Christ Jesus as the Messiah and I believe in his teachings of Love.

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    • Those whites who came to Africa to preach christianity openly worship Satan who is described in the bible as a dragon. These whites have stories from their past about dragons and till date still have pictures of the dragon as their emblem. A well known example is Britain who colonized Nigeria. If you like, continue to love Satan and his missionaries. Its your choice!

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  21. I don’t think I have ever read an article like this before. This is so illogical with no basis. How do you intend to convince people of Yoruba origin of which I am one that, you, that could not speak Yoruba fluently, understands the Yoruba culture very well and can give interpretations of it? Even if you can, I can say categorically that you lack authority to do so no matter the book that you have read and the spirit that may be talking to you. I have the the ’16 great poems of Ifa’ written by Prof. Wande Abimbola who is a respected prof. and traditionalist. He did not write to propagate evil teachings like you did but to promote the culture and and educate people. I will advise that you read about the the story of Yorubas and our traditional religion again with an open mind, I am sure you will discover something different and helpful. You did not even say anything about Ela in Yoruba religion… that is to let you know that you have narrowed down your mind to the false teachings you have read about or received from the spirit talking to you.

    To make matter worse, you claimed that the bible had been mischievously interpreted and you are quoting from it to back up your points. I don’t think that is logical enough. How do you intend to convince me that what you are quoting from the bible is right in relations to your point when you have already condemned the book?

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  22. Wow!!! I can’t believe I read this thingy. Whoever gave this dude the weed didn’t wrap it with the right leaf. Yemi, Olugbenga & Bunmi can you PLEASE include my name in that list above (Christianity section) as I am currently at the Redemption camp (front row seat) I am hearing from my Heavenly Father. He has sent me to you, He said “go and sin no more”
    You’re lucky He is a forgiving God

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    • Since you accused me of taking weed, you are obliged to back your accusation with evidence. What is your evidence? Else, you lie from your own resources just like the devil. Do you go to Redemption Camp to learn how to generate lies?

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  25. my friend, you really need help as I see you’re one of the many fools the bible mentioned in proverbs, you better take a good study of the bible again to really see what It’s saying. you need salvation but don’t worry, I will add you to me list sò that a preacher of the gospel can get to you sò that you can hear the gospel and believe. selah!

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    • All available evidence about the identity of e earliest humans on this planet is that their DNA is black but, according to the bible, blacks used to be white then cursed and became blacks. In the table of nations mentioned in the book of Genesis, the Ashkenazi are mentioned as descendants of Japheth but today they call themselves Jews and descendants of Shem. Since you believe these and many more obvious contradictions and lies in the bible, you declare to creation that you, not me, are the fool. If not, prove otherwise.

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  26. I love your writings, as a dYoruba divine messeger who hve abandoned all imported religions and form a new religious path called Ela Faith, opetating under the rulership of Ela Kingdom, am presentlu located in Ilesa,osun state, call 08111883032. Ela boru.

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  27. I have read all your beautiful posts and reply to comments, they are very informative and I appreciate the fact that you are well read and at the very least smart and intelligent. However, am not a persons who is so given in to vogue words or argue based on emotions or fear. Now sir, I want to ask questions as touching your beautifully written history or should I say exposition? 1. what is the role of human and animal sacrifices in the worship of all the deities(ogun, esu, obatala, etc) were these requirements from Olodumare? 2. which of the gods is the redeemer that Olodumare has ordained to save the world? 3. of the numerous gods and forms of worship which do you recommend? 4. Do you have stories of the dead, blind, etc that was raised or healed by any of the gods? 5. which of the ifa book(s) or any book(s) from the gods contains predictions of the end of the world and how are they been fulfilled? 6. was Adam and Eve yorubas or are there other progenitor of mankind? 7. what’s your version of the creation story? 8. how did sin and wickedness entered the world? what is the genesis of creation? Sir with all humility and respect I ask for your humble enunciation on these questions. thank you sir.

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  28. satan has brainwashed you, delusional. The bible already spoke about your kind. I can see you are one of the agents satan is using to falsify the truth of the word of God. well if you must know, my own Jesus speaks to me and i have confirmed He is Lord and Saviour. You do not need help, for i can see your soul has bee taken over by satan. Good luck on your eternity in hell fire.

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    • Yemitom is VERY right. The people calling themselves jews today are not the real jews. I recommend the book ‘the 13th tribe’ by arthur kostler. the book is freely available on the internet. many things on this earth are not what they appear. eternity will be FULL of surprises. Yoruba religion, the original undiluted Yoruba religion is highly authentic.
      that ‘pastor’ adeboye is HIGHLY SATANIC.
      Oyedepo is worse. that one is a thief/419. he should change his name from ‘oyedepo’ to ‘OLEdepo’

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