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|Ifa Divination For The Year 2012 by OBAONIMOLE(m): 4:18pm On Jan 17, 2012|
Sogiso Koje keni gbeyin loju ,ipee koje keni oki eree mole, ote nio jekiwon mo oju ororii yeye won difa fun olowu kangun ere aminwo ajaa,Kaje nikere kamun nikere kamafi oro kerekere bi ira eni difa fun odun tinse iya olowu kangun eree.Atoko modun wale difa fun oyagbe onlo soko ailere odun won mo kara nle eboni kose ,Epee ki odun rere bo wale o.odun iwo niya oba eniyan rere kigbe seyin ekuu.
IFA DIVINATION FOR THE YEAR 2012
IFA says this year is a year of blessings and greatness for everyone
IFA says this year is a year of comfort for all
IFA says this year will be a year of survival for everyone in our varoius endeavors
IFA says this year shall be a year of great resolution for everyone
IFA says this year ,we shall see the truth of all evil&bad deeds that his been planned against someone by enemy or bad peoples
|Re: Ifa Divination For The Year 2012 by ifyalways(f): 7:51pm On Jan 17, 2012|
Pagan9ja should be here. . .and happy for this thread.
Your predictions/vision/message are all pleasing to the ears with no sacrifice attached.wow
|Re: Ifa Divination For The Year 2012 by PAGAN 9JA(m): 8:05pm On Jan 17, 2012|
yes we will see the truth this year. we will strip islam and christianity off its nak.ed lies.
|Re: Ifa Divination For The Year 2012 by Rgp92: 10:47pm On Jan 17, 2012|
|Re: Ifa Divination For The Year 2012 by Scash(f): 2:10pm On Jan 18, 2012|
>>>Runs out of thread
|Re: Ifa Divination For The Year 2012 by richylaw(m): 1:26am On Feb 24, 2012|
@ OP ,
Does Ifa recognize 1st of January as the new year?
Without delving into the core of divination, I think the last time I checked, the traditional new year is not January but June 'Eta Okudu' meaning 3rd of June.
But this is just my curious mind anyway.
However, Eyi orisa wi, eyi irunmole so, aro a ro mo o. Ase.
Aboye , bo sise o
|Re: Ifa Divination For The Year 2012 by amor4ce(m): 2:22am On Feb 24, 2012|
richylaw:On point! I thought the year starts in August. No to westernization of the Yoruba calendar.
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