6 edition of Obatala found in the catalog.
Baba Raul Canizares
by Original Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||36|
Obatala is known like the great God. He belongs to the psychic system, that is to the belief in the being of the spirit and the soul. He dominates in the adoration and respect to a great number of Yoruba's and influences easily in their religious anthropomorphic description (that attributes to God in human figure) it takes him near the humanity, While is OLODUMARE, is found to be. or if you want to go another route and use cash app or you want an invo.
Obatala (Araba Annan-Boone) Obatala is the supreme deity of the Yoruba pantheon, the androgynous creator. She is envisioned as an ancient wo/man dressed in luminous white cloth and having lustrous white hair. It is Obatala who shapes the child in the womb, and who is the highest deity concerned with the affairs of humans. Obatala. 2K likes. Obatala: Celebrating Africa. Creativity. Design.
Although Obatala eats female animals due to his duality and age, after receiving Ochanla, the adherent must feed Ayagunna male animals and Ochanla female. Ayagunna is often envisioned in a similar fashion to Shango. He is a member of the fun-fun (white) court of Obatala . This volume contains The imprisonment of Obatala, Everyman and Woyengi, which is based on an Ijaw tale. Obatala is based on a Yoruba myth, which explores the philosophy of Yoruba orisha worship. Everyman is an adaption of Hugo von Hofmanthal's play but the basic theme has been rethought entirely in Yoruba terms -- Back cover.
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The book includes discussions about Obatala and the divinity's relationship to humanity and to the sacred world; myths; Odu Ifa with translations in English relating to Orisaala; detailed descriptions of rituals, sacrifice, initiations, and other aspects of worship; history; a description of an Obatala temple; prayers; and a wide variety of Reviews: The Adventures of Obatala [Ifayemi Eleburuibon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Adventures of Obatala/5(5). The information in this book will be of great interest to any Orisa devotee. The book includes discussions about Obatala and the divinity’s relationship to humanity and to the sacred world; myths; Odu Ifa with translations i In this groundbreaking book, Chief Olayinka Babatunde Ogunsina Adewuyi discusses the important aspects Obatala book the /5(13).
Surprisingly, The Imprisonment of Obatala is my least favorite of the three stories in this book. It reads more like a manifesto or a character outline than a story. Everyman on the other hand, I like. It serves a more noticeable purpose - passing on important moral lessons, one of which is the importance of good deeds.
I liked Woyengi too/5. obatala – the book In this groundbreaking book, Chief Olayinka Babatunde Ogunsina Adewuyi discusses the important aspects of the traditional African worship of Orisanla. The information in this book will be of great interest to any Orisa devotee.
Obatala's mercy is located in the god's self-awareness. According to the Yoruba spiritual tradition, using his divine power in sculpting humanity Obatala has constructed magnificent human beings. While once under the temporary influence of Palm wine, however, Obatala breached the duty of care and made some defective human beings.
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Obatalá can be either male or female, depending on his example, Obatalá Ocha Griñán, Obatalá Obu Moró, and Obatalá Ayáguna are male; Obatalá Obanlá, Obatalá Ochanlá, and Obatalá Alaguema are female. Obatala is the Spirit of the Chief of the White Cloth in the West African religious tradition called “Ifa”.
The word Obatala is the name given to describe a complex convergence of Spiritual Forces that are key elements in the Ifa concept of consciousness.
Obatala is the first Orisha and is considered the most powerful and essential. From Olorum, he obtained the responsibility to create the earth.
Water, land, and air are associated with Obatala as the primary elements from which all creation emerged. He governs these elements.
The dynamic of Obatala is to be responsible and protective for all creatures, all beings. Obatala is the newest poetry collection from nationally recognized author Shannon Leigh. It contains the poem of the same name, described by Jeremy Richards as "darker, more twisted, and more novel than I expect" and "What Have I Done", a summation of America's battle with abortion rights.
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Obatala presides over the other Orishas and intervenes with their arguments and disagreements. He is widely respected as a fair and patient judge. Obatala is married to Yemana, the goddess of the ocean, and is father to many Orishas.
The Image of Obatala Always dressed in white, Obatala. Obatala drops sand on a planet covered with water and drops a hen on the sand to spread the solid ground surrounding the city of Ile Ife.
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Obatala (known as Obatalá in Latin America) is an is the Sky Father and the creator of human bodies, which were brought to life by Olorun's breath. Obatala is the father of all Orishas and also the owner of all Orisha may claim an individual, but until that individual is initiated into the priesthood of that Orisha, Obatala still owns that head.
Obatala is the divine sculptor of human beings, who is hailed as “A da ni b’o ti ri” (He who creates us as he wishes).
In the second class, we will use pivotal episodes in Obatala's life to demonstrate how y our ability to transform obstacles into opportunities reflects the power of your creativity and serves as a gateway to equanimity.
Obatala, orisha of creation and healing, is the calm, cool spirit of serenity—a peacemaker and lawgiver. Obatala is the Just Judge, a spirit of righteous kindness and justice. He is gentle, wise, and incredibly patient. Obatala was entrusted with crafting human bodies. The Supreme Creator breathes life into the forms Obatala crafts.
OBATALA Books, Find the lowest price on new, used books, textbooks Compare Book Prices at Stores. Help Bookmark Tell a Friend Out-of-Print Wish List Home. Flagler Street Miami, Florida 24/7: () [email protected] Before his death inEl Obatala was an initiate of both Yoruba and the Western Mystery Tradition.
In Creative Ritual he provides step-by-step instructions covering all the basics: psychic preparation, cleanliness and balance, casting a circle, creating an altar, choosing ritual objects, blessing and consecrating ritual objects, using Pages:.
Obatala (also known as Obanla, Ochanla, or Oxala) is the eldest of the orishas in the Yoruban religion and its diaspora in the Americas.
His name means "King of the White Cloth," and he is the embodiment of peace, reason, logic, and diplomacy. He is the orisha who fashioned the bodies of mankind, while it is Olodumare who breathed life into them.Santeria Books ›› OBATALA - Santeria and the White Robed King of the Orisha By; Baba Raoul Canizares - To call an Orisha the Chief of Wihte Cloth is to make a symbolic referince to that substance which makes consciousness is a reference to the fabric which binds the universe together.THE STORY OF OBATALA (by Chief Ogunsina Babatunde Olayinka Adewuyi) No living creature, they are dead or alive is able to tell us the exact origin of the chief divinity ORISAALA or OBATALA.
There are several conflicting stories surrounding the mystery of this divinity. GOD created the positive and dynamic powers of the heavens, known as.