A major section of the whites, especially the Europeans, claim to have descended from Japheth who is mentioned in the bible as being the son of Noah. This Noah is actually Oluiwa (Oduduwa) and Japheth is Èpè who was one of the numerous children of Oluiwa. According to Ifá, Èpè and was born after the flood but died while still a child and so was not on the ark, therefore he could not have been the ancestor of the oyinbo aka “whites,” and when the whites were created Oluiwa’s people called them Igbo or Wilderness/Forest People. There are other arguments in support of this view.
The appellation “Èpè” was not the actual name of this son of Oluiwa but a nickname given to him by his people of Ile-Ifẹ where he was born and bred and where his father ruled as Ọlòfin. Since the whites were the last set of people to be created and they were expelled from Ile-Ifẹ for their unnatural abominations and refusal to serve Ifá, it is possibly that before, during and after their expulsion they were seen as the personification of the abstract concept “curse” or “abomination” and therefore consequently referred to as Èpè or “cursed ones”. This much has further support from biblical accounts of expulsions of certain individuals who immediately turned “white” in appearance; they mutated into Èpè.
Upon their expulsion they remained stubborn and refused to repent and began looking for other principalities and powers to serve instead of Ifá. Some of the eníyán (rejected ones) who were all cursed survived the flood and had Edi the Perverter (the Devil) as their leader thus offered to become their gods They are the described I the biblical books of Daniel and Revelations as fierce-looking, violent and strange beasts and include Muhammed and the one they hail as Alexander III the Great. As these gods are the ultimate abominations and the whites followed them, they are all cursed.
In addition, by the time the whites were created, Oluiwa had long before returned to heaven and so could not have become their ancestor in their absence. Yet another is that after the flood Olodumare created a woman called Ẹni-bi-ẹni, also known as Ninibinini, to be his wife and she bore for him sixteen children, not the trio Shem, Ham and Japheth. However, he did have other wives later, including the mother of Èpè. The only plausible explanation is that the whites deliberately excluded information about Ninibinini when forging the bible in order to try and make their story about Oluiwa having three sons look true.
While the Ọmọ Ènìyàn are the offspring of Oluiwa, who Olodumare chose to bring blessings (good tidings) to and renew Ile Aye (this world), and he is also known in Ifá as Ènìyàn, a name which means “chosen one”, it is not surprising that his own offspring who are blacks also refer to themselves as Ènìyàn. The rejected beings among the whites who are easily identifiable by their belief in white supremacy thus do to Ile Aye the opposite of the mission of blacks, and they do so knowingly, schizophrenically and with an unrepentant savior complex mentality.
Since the whites began their rebellion upon creation Edi has been using them to tempt other peoples into following them and partaking in their abominations which include their religions like Christianity, Islam and Judaism. This has been aptly described in Ifa as seen below in the excerpt from a verse of the Odu of Ifá known as Ìrẹtẹ Ogbè. Here, the Ọmọ Ènìyàn, and by implication black, yellow and red peoples are like fish who are attracted to the fishing hook that represent tools (e.g. white religions, global economic system, mass media, etc.) of the lies and abominations of their enemy Edi and his children whose desire is to consume them.
|Ohun tí a bí wọn bí kìí wù wọn||They are never inspired by their own historical legacy|
|Tẹni ẹlẹni níí yá wọn lára||The ones for the others are what they catered for|
|A difá fún Ìwọ dẹẹrẹ||Thus was divined for the fishing hook|
|Tíí salábàárin ẹja||The close friend of the Fish|
This fact is also preserved in Habakkuk 1:13-17 where the children of Edi are described as sacrificing to the same tools which are their hooks and nets and worshiping/eulogizing their tools because they do not want to acknowledge that it is not Edi but Ifá that let them punish his people.
Habakkuk 1:13 You (Eṣumare/Ọbatala) are of purer eyes than to behold evil, and cannot look on wickedness. Why do you look on those who deal treacherously, and hold your tongue when the wicked devours a person more righteous than he?14 Why do you make Ọmọ Enìyàn like the fish of the sea, like creeping things that have no ruler over them?15 They take up all of them with a hook, they catch them in their net, and gather them in their dragnet. Therefore they rejoice and are glad.16 Therefore they sacrifice to their net, and burn incense to their dragnet; because by them their share is sumptuous and their food plentiful.17 Shall they therefore empty their net, and continue to slay nations without pity?
Thankfully, some whites will see the truth and turn to Ifá (Isaiah 56). Perhaps some of these whites were originally blacks but due to white-promoted and forced interbreeding aimed at causing confusion, they reincarnated as blacks (John 8:19-23,42-47; Romans 9:6-8) – the same logic can be applied in different combinations to all groups including black, yellow and red peoples. Perhaps even those whites like Cornelius (Acts 10) who accepted salvation from Eṣumare (who is Ifá) about 2,000 years ago, and who led his people to the land of Eṣumare (re-lexified to “Aksum, “Somalia”, “Sumer”, “Shinar”, etc.), a region that included the Horn of Africa and the southwestern Arabian peninsular, before bringing them to West Africa, were also transformed into blacks. Perhaps such whites also include those who had previously been expelled but then repented (Numbers 12).
Nevertheless, some Ọmọ Ènìyàn who have become rotten beyond redemption will be expelled and their portion given to repentant whites. This much is captured in a line of the oríkì (eulogies to one’s consciousness) of Ọbàtálá who is also Eṣumare:
A fún Níní gbà fún Àìní
He who withdrew blessings from Níní (one who has) to give to Àìní (one who doesn’t have)
(Compare With Romans 9:24-26 and Hosea 1:10; 2:23)
One undeniable fact is that the white supremacists were already committing unnatural abominations before they were expelled and before Edi the dragon became their overall god. They have been doing so from their own resources ever since their beginning (John 8:42-47) and could very well have knowingly called themselves or accepted their nickname as Èpè. It would be useful to know why they have been willing perverts.