Ogun: Ifa and the Spirit of Iron John Falokun Penrod

ISBN: 9780942272284

Published: May 31st 2000

Unknown Binding

27 pages


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Ogun: Ifa and the Spirit of Iron  by  John Falokun Penrod

Ogun: Ifa and the Spirit of Iron by John Falokun Penrod
May 31st 2000 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 27 pages | ISBN: 9780942272284 | 7.31 Mb

Ògún is the Spirit of Iron in the West African religious tradition called Ifá. The essence of Ògún is considered one of many Spiritual Forces in Nature which are called Orisha. There are a large number of Orisha and each Orisha has its own Awo. TheMoreÒgún is the Spirit of Iron in the West African religious tradition called Ifá. The essence of Ògún is considered one of many Spiritual Forces in Nature which are called Orisha.

There are a large number of Orisha and each Orisha has its own Awo. The unique function of Ògún within the realm of Orisha Awo (Mysteries of Nature) is to remove all obstacles that stand in the way of Spiritual evolution, which includes the evolution of all that is. In order to do this Ògún must sacrifice all that stands in the way of spiritual evolution. Because of these sacred responsibility Ògún is considered the Guardian of Truth. Ògún does not protect the truth of what we would like to be, he guards the truth of what is.

It is the process of making this distinction that lies at the core of Ògúns mystery. This title is part of a series of eight booklets about the Orisha by Awo Fá Lokun Fátunmbi. Please feel free to write us and tell us which of the Orisha you would like to know more about.



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