Twice yearly Egbe Onisin Eledumare, opens it’s doors to prospective initiates to its organization.
Egbe Onisin Eledumare founded in 1971 annually opens it’s gates to would be members willing to join the organization. In the 1970’s period, the mode of entry into Yoruba sacred science spaces was to ” fall under the Orisa”. With the coming of Egbe Onisin Eledumare in 1971, the then leaders, particulary current Oludari Agbaiye of Egbe Onisin Eledumare – Oloye Olakela Massetungi the organization developed a recruitment process that allows for general introduction and study that may result in the successful akeko being formally inducted into the organization.
The course of study is for fifty-two contact hours, and the course is guided through three phases. Neophytes are at the end of each phase assessed before being permitted to enter the follow-up phase.
The course of study involves Physical sciences, Yoruba and African Cosmology, Yoruba and African Cosmogony, Yoruba and African Theology, Physical Well being, and History.
Students are expected to attend external events as part of their training process.
The opportunity to become a member of this organization is open to all. The Winter Solstice classes will begin on Tuesday 29th. September, 2015
Location: International Headquarters Egbe Onisin Eledumare
12 First Street, Sparrow Drive, Simeon Road, Petit Valley.
Time: 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.
Classes are conducted every Tuesday and Thursdays at the said time.
Interested persons may leave their contact information in response to this advertorial. All interested parties coming to the class for the first time are advice to bring to 2 obi abata, 2 orogbo, 1 nip puncheon rum.
Long live the transmission process for keeping alive our sacred traditions and culture.