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Happy Birthday to Marcus Garvey

Greetings FamilyToday we honor the birthday of the Honorable Marcus Garvey. It was on this day in our year of 6128 (1887 in the Gregorian calendar) that he was born. It is Garvey, more than any of the other nationalists we have been informed by, that has influenced the work we do and our philosophy [...]

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New Video - Vodun Cosmology- Knowing Through Experience

In this video, His Majesty Axosu Agelogbagan Agbovi I (author of the books and video series that can be purchased in the store of this site) is interviewed by Axosi (Queen) Nuhwento of Ganlodo on the concept of a knowing through an experiential spiritual way of life versus rhetorical belief. He speaks on real Vodun [...]

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What is your Worldview?

What is your Worldview as an Afrikan Claiming to Have "Arrived"? What is your Worldview as an Afrikan Claiming to Have "Arrived"? Does your worldview actions slign with the Afrikan way that you have claimed?  How do you tell time? When does your day start? Do either of these mimic the European or Asian? What calendar do you have [...]

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Today We Celebrate the Vodun Serpent Divinity Dangbe

Today, on this 16th day of the month of Gufon,in the year 6258 of our ancient Vodun calendar, the Kilombo Restoration and Healing family and friends celebrate the hùn (deity) Dangbe. Dangbe is one of the oldest deities reverenced in the Vodun pantheon. Dangbe is time. It is time before time. He is the spirocycle [...]

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Happy Earthday to Baba Omowale Malcolm X

We want to take the time to give birthday greetings to Malcolmm X and thank his ancestors for blessing us with him! 

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Gbesu Wema Kulito: Book of Divine Ancestral Law

We have now Gbesu Wema Kulito: Book of Divine Ancestral Law into a soft cover book due to the demand of our loyal readers. Please visit this book's product page to purchase 

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Allowing Vodun to Penetrate the Soul

Vodún, and other Vodún derived traditions, has not penetrated the hearts of the populace. It is true that Vodún has a ritual and spiritual component just as many other traditions. Unfortunately, it seems overwhelmingly that the ritual element consistently trumps the spiritual. In Máwùfe (Afrika) and throughout the world where Máwùfenumeto (Afrikans) are, people indulge in flambouyant outward observances, colorful [...]

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Reviving the Ancient Suppressed Higher Teachings of Vodun

Some time ago we wrote on the dire need for reform in the African Vodun tradition. Many received it well but for some it was a deer in headlights moment. Reality is reality. In that same light of reform, we wish to reveal to you some truths to bring this subject truly full circle. Every [...]

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Praising the Divine Mother in Vodun

If the Creator, the Originating Mystery as the sacred Hwlengan states, is considered the father (by so many), why cannot It be our Mother! If we are the children of a “Heavenly Father”, why cannot we be the children of our heavenly Mother?” This rhetorical question is the basis of why Vodúnvi (literally meaning “child [...]

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African Writing Systems and the Importance of Documentation

Above: Inside of our publication "The Hwlengan"When we look at such cultural statements like Japanese language, it is a powerful reminder of their culture…same with Chinese, Arabs, kwk. We are reminded of the politics of these people when we see their writing systems. When we see the latin script we are reminded of the [...]

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