Ìwa-pȩ̀lȩ́: Ifá Quest : the Search for the Source of Santería and Lucumí
Iwa-pele blends belief & skepticism, intellect & emotion to give us the beauty of African mysticism & the power of western thought. Only a few white men have made a true effort to understand & embrace African spirituality, Herskovitz, Griaule & Bascom. Now let us add Awo Fa'lokun." LUUSAH TEISH Author of Jambalaya: The Natural Woman's Book of Personal Charms & Practical Rituals. Iwa-pele, is an excellent introduction to Ifa religion. The modern Yoruba accent in this book has gracefully demonstrated Fatunmbi's remarkable talent for expression quintessential African religion, which I agree to. The taste of the pudding is in the eating. Ire o. (Cheers) ADEBOLU FATUNMISE.
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