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Crown Day - 7th Annual Celebration of the Coronation of HRM Axosu Agelogbagan Agbovi

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Today we celebrate the 7th anniversary of the crowning of our New Afrikan Maroon King, Axosu Agelogbagan! The axosu made history on this day, Dukon 8, 6251 (September 10, 2010 of the Gregorian calendar), in Dallas, Texas, by becoming the first and only Aja culture (Fon-Danxome, West Afrikan Vodun, kwk) axosu (king) outside of Benin and Togo (the areas where people speak what European scholars refer to as gbe language. However, gbe itself means language). In May 2012, he received further further accolades (a second coming home ceremony) from the elders and communities in Xevie, Benin Republic - the land of his ancestors - as the one who resurrected the formerly broken royal line of the Xwelengbosu (House of the Ram) royal house, of which house he is a direct descendant. As a royal house, this lineage is traced back to the year 5562 AX (1321 CE); 696 years ago.

It should be known that royal blood was not the only thing that brought the crown back to the royal house through Axosu Agelogbagan. He was crowned do to the unique work he has done for Afrikan culture and African Vodun in particular. The axosu is the author of 17 functional books on Afrikan culture (Isese and Vodun), an Ifa Priest, as well as a Priest of several other deities in the Kongo, Isese (Yoruba) and West Afrikan Vodun traditions. 

Below is the first official New Afrikan crown called the Aza Sika Ganlod - the golden crown of Ganlodo. This crown was designed and forged by a New Afrikan and ceremonially placed upon the head of His Majesty Axosu Agelogbagan by New Afrikans (Afrikan born in the United States and descendants of captive Afrikan). 

More recently, the Axosu celebrated the release of his 16th book: The Kilombo Paradigm: Sovereignty Through Vodun Culture (found here on this site).

Accomplishments:

  • 16 relevant and functional books on the authentic traditions of West Afrikan Vodun and Isese ("Yoruba religion").
  • The first ever Fon language book written by a New Afrikan
  • First ever complete collection of Odu Ifa from all of the 256 Odu Ifa by a New Afrikan from the United States of America
  • The first to write functional books and publicly provide functional (non esoteric) teachings on the authentic aspects of West Afrikan Vodun
  • Crowned due to merit and accomplishments and not by royal blood alone though he does have such
  • The first in Isese and Vodun traditions to teach about the science of Isese and Vodun and the science of spirit in general
  • First King of the Aja "gbe-speaking" culture to commission the crafting of the Gbe-culture ("Danxome/Dahomey) crown jewels in the Western hemisphere and the first to wear them
  • Widely known as one of the most profound and prolific Roots Readers in Isese and Vodun culture (Roots Readings are those readings that tell you of your family origins and past). He has helped hundreds of New Afrikan find out intricate details about their Afrikan ancestral roots
  • First person in the Western Hemisphere to write a book on the Fon language called Fongbe Primer
  • Author of the monumental sacred work The Hwlengan - a book written completely in the N'ko Afrikan script and in the Fon language and considered the most sacred text in Vodun. 
  • Author of the Ganhumehan, second most sacred text of Vodun. Written completely in N'ko and Fon. It should be noted that this and the Hwlengan had to be resurrected through rigorous research with the uncorrupted elders of Southern Benin
  • Author of the unequivocal The Kilombo Paradigm: Maroon Sovereignty Through Vodun Culture. This is tje only work extant by one who lives Afrikan culture that gives a real and direct plan to successful family development, nation building, and sovereignty
  • Founder of the first and only Maroon monarchy in the US and first and only Aja culture monarchy outside of Afrika