Trinidad & Tobago is a land where our Ancestors arrived under varying circumstances and at varying times with different missions.
Some of our encounters were inhuman. Others afforded us the opportunity to teach and enlighten and to join in harmony with the first Nation s inhabitants we met here.
During the period of enslavement our spiritual practices were outlawed and branded devilish, and though there may now be legislation partially recognizing our right to freedom of worship, the social attitudes prevalent still look down upon orisa sacred science practice. Hats off and salutations to all current orisa shrines, awon egbe, awon kpaale, and other places of Traditional African spirituality and worship. May our Ancestors rejoice as we celebrate deity, in the way that our forebears did. They did not die for fulfilling their Traditional rites , Neither shall we. WE SHALL FULFILL OUR TRADITIONAL RITES.
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