WINTER SOLSTICE CLASSES 2015 COMMENCE AT E.O.E.

Portal Opening

Opening the Door

The classes to induct neophytes into the fold of  Egbe Onisin Eledumare have begun. The opening coincided with the visit of Araba of Osogbo Oba Ifayemi Elebuibon to the Headquarters of Ajo Ofuwa Ile Iere ati Ile Aloubera which share the same compound as Egbe Onisin Eledumare. Students were consequently graced with the prescence of His Eminence Araba Osogbo Oba Ifayemi Elebuibon. Among the local dignitaries of prominence in attendance were Chief Henry Antoine of Dangbe Comme commonly referred to as the Rada Community of Belmont and his wife, Oloye Ogunrinola of Ife – Chief Lester Osouna, The Iyalode Awo Agbaye Chief Ifarorede Oyayemi Aworeni Joan Cyrus, Chief Oridakin Noel La Pierre. Also present were Oloye Orawale Oranfe and his wife Iya Afin E.O.E.Olori Adetola Massetungi.

African and Yoruba sacred science in order to keep alive on this planet must propagate itself, scientifically, culturally, morally and ethically. Egbe Onisin Eledumare is one of the many centers in our twin island Republic Trinidad & Tobago that is a legitimate center of retrieval of our sacred science knowledge and practice.Each year, at two periods of the Sun’s celestial journey our doors are opened to interested parties to bring themselves for induction and acceptance into our Ancient sacred science practices.

Egbe Onisin Eledumare have been one of the organizations that has taken the lead in reconstructing the recruitment process of shrine,awon kpaale ati awon Egbe with formalised educational material and practicals guided by competent practitioners of reputable standing in both local and International arenas.

The current classes are scheduled to continue until December, 2015.

Interested parties wishing to join the classes can present themselves at the organizations Headquarters at 12 First Street, Simeon Road, Petit Valley at one of the regular conducted classes convened every Tuesday and Thursday from 7.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m.

New comers are encouraged to bring with them 2 obi abata, ,2 orogbo, i guinee pepper and a nip of rum.

All are welcome .

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