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Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 12:21am On Jun 08, 2020
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Olokun is an indigenous worship peculiar to the benin people but others have also been borrowed from the neigbouring yoruba people and with no doubt this worships are foreign to the benins and with no doubt have yoruba names, they arrival could be as result of benin conquest into the yorubas areas..... Which the benin returning warriors may have brought them into benin although the gods are worshiped in benin they are still regarded as foreign gods. gods like orumila, isago, osun, ifa, these gods have enterd benin through social and military influence from the benin people to the yorubas. Ratherr than what is believed to be oromiyan myth introduction
To the benin people, this

BabaRamota1980, TAO11 lawani gomojam Olu317

Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 12:26am On Jun 08, 2020
I will post the full interview of the life of the Benins who lived in igbaraOke in ondo state prior to thier return to benin.......

History will never forget benin influence on yorubas

Our children will use this threads someday as thier defence against the descendants of crashing king from sky
Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 12:26am On Jun 08, 2020
Edeyoung:
We benins ought to fight for our history before the stealers come take if from us.....




A freak Edo witch denying his ancestral root. This is your ancestry below. Benin people wear clothes. Ok? grin

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 12:31am On Jun 08, 2020
BabaRamota1980:


A freak Edo witch denying his ancestral root. This is your ancestry below. Benin people wear clothes. Ok? grin


Oba gha to kpere.... Ise!!!


After god( osanoba) , is our oba.....


Bleep you slaves....
I will create thread adressing how we use you all as human sacrifice just watch, yorubas will never have peace on culture thread because of me

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 12:36am On Jun 08, 2020
Edeyoung:




We coming to suck your blood yoruba skull minners

Edo pussy miner. All your ashewos in Europe are on oath mortgaged to their pussy. grin

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 12:38am On Jun 08, 2020
BabaRamota1980:


Edo pussy miner. All your ashewos in Europe are on oath mortgaged to their pussy. grin


Tribe of slaves

Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 12:45am On Jun 08, 2020

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 1:05am On Jun 08, 2020
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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 1:05am On Jun 08, 2020
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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 1:21am On Jun 08, 2020
grin in case you wondered what took me long to reply, there were vast records of Edo rituals online. I never knew that. Never seen so much gory and witchery. Not only do you behead but you specialize in targeting women, girls and babies still in diapers. Very sick! Anyway, i pick just a summary because it is just too much and i was lost which one to show. Enjoy the summary. If you need more i will share.

This woman lower body is hidden because her pussy had been mined to mix do juju mir Edo woman preparing for abroad ashewhore. It is followed by another woman with similar fate.

Edo people take pussy swear for pussy. I fear una o!

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 1:24am On Jun 08, 2020
In this summary Edo introduced panties ritual to Nigeria. They were so notorious social media even awarded them with a cartoon. grin

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 1:26am On Jun 08, 2020
Even babies were not spared! They used little girls diapers to do witchery. Haba Edo!!!!

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 1:31am On Jun 08, 2020
It go so bad and stained the palace image. They brought out 800yr old witchery to combat modern witchery. Juju wey dem take swear for juju! grin.

Son of Oba put out curse on Edo ritualists and pussy miners. If a king has to use juju to fight his own people in their juju, wahala dey o!!!! cheesy

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 1:37am On Jun 08, 2020
BabaRamota1980:
In this summary Edo introduced panties ritual to Nigeria. They were so notorious social media even awarded them with a cartoon. grin


The man looks yoruba just because
He base in edo doesn't make him edo.... Post full article lets see if it reads edo name
Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 1:41am On Jun 08, 2020
BabaRamota1980:
It go so bad and stained the palace image. They brought out 800yr old witchery to combat modern witchery. Juju wey dem take swear for juju! grin.

Son of Oba put out curse on Edo ritualists and pussy miners. If a king has to use juju to fight his own people in their juju, wahala dey o!!!! cheesy

Thesame Witchery we use to rule you all in the past, and made sacrifice to our gods in other to hide this shame you all started tagging us yorubas
How pitiful


I know this TAO11 using the BabaRamota1980
Account
Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by TAO12: 5:40am On Jun 08, 2020
Hahaha!

Gregyboy being agitated and on the defensive for being exposed to be one and the same person as Edeyoung. grin cheesy lmao!

Moving on, your claim that the deity "Olokun" is indigenous to Benin is just as absurd as claiming that "Samudradeva" (the Indian deity) is indigenous to Benin.

Considering thaf the words "Olokun" and "Samudradeva" have absolutely no meaning in your Edo language, they therefore can never possibly be indigenous to Benin. cheesy

The former (Olokun) is indigenous to Yoruba, and the latter (Samudradeva) is indigenous to India.

I challenge you to break down the word "Olokun" into its components parts and then give the Edo analysis of each component (if any). grin

cc: BabaRamota1980, MetaPhysical

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by TAO12: 5:50am On Jun 08, 2020
Edo skull mining didn't start today.

cc: BabaRamota1980, MetaPhysical,



Edeyoung

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 10:05am On Jun 08, 2020
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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by gregyboy(m): 10:07am On Jun 08, 2020
TAO12:
Hahaha!

Gregyboy being agitated and on the defensive for being exposed to be one and the same person as Edeyoung. grin cheesy lmao!

Moving on, your claim that the deity "Olokun" is indigenous to Benin is just as absurd as claiming that "Samudradeva" (the Indian deity) is indigenous to Benin.

Just as the words "Olokun" and "Samudradeva" have absolutely no meaning in your Edo language, they therefore can never possibly be indigenous. cheesy

The former (Olokun) is indigenous to Yoruba, and the latter (Samudradeva) is indigenous to India.

I challenge you to break down the word "Olokun" into its components parts and then give the Edo analysis of each component (if any). grin

cc: BabaRamota1980, MetaPhysical


And to think i am him makes you foolish....
Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 10:12am On Jun 08, 2020
BabaRamota1980:
Even babies were not spared! They used little girls diapers to do witchery. Haba Edo!!!!


The headline didn't even mention edo, if we go deeper the perpetuators of this act in the assumed edo are yorubas coming to tarnish our names

I dare you post the full article BabaRamota1980 aka TAO11
Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 10:28am On Jun 08, 2020
TAO12:
Edo skull mining didn't start today.

cc: BabaRamota1980, MetaPhysical,



Edeyoung

Those skulls are that of the yoruba slaves in benin like i have always maintained...... Sacrificing the yorubas as slaves to our gods was ideal, We didnt use those skulls to make festish money.... Like you all are doing.....



What is the importance of the image you uploaded there. Bro? is it for me to see more reasons to bash your tribe, bro no one denied the fact benin did human sacrifice with the heads of the yoruba people but bringing it to my face, when you know it will turn to favour my stance in insulting you.... Simply shows your act of despiration


You need a check up bro, you complain i was gregyboy because i brought an article against me while you simoly doing thesame


Bro you need sleep

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by gregyboy(m): 10:43am On Jun 08, 2020
Edeyoung:


Those skulls are that of the yoruba slaves in benin like i have always maintained...... Sacrificing the yorubas as slaves to our gods was ideal, We didnt use those skulls to make festish money.... Like you all are doing.....



What is the importance of the image you uploaded there. Bro? is it for me to see more reasons to bash your tribe, bro no one denied the fact benin did human sacrifice with the heads of the yoruba people but bringing it to my face, when you know it will turn to favour my stance in insulting you.... Simply shows your act of despiration


You need a check up bro, you complain i was gregyboy because i brought an article against me while you simoly doing thesame


Bro you need sleep


Guy it's a transgendered not just a bro....
She gets cold feet when she hear my name and she also feels so very insecure when she is being intellectually attacked by anyone and the first person she suspect is me.....


Just imagine me who refused to have any comment with her go ahead to create another account to do the opposite, like i don get it

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by TAO12: 11:28am On Jun 08, 2020
Edeyoung:


Those skulls are that of the yoruba slaves in benin like i have always maintained...... Sacrificing the yorubas as slaves to our gods was ideal, We didnt use those skulls to make festish money.... Like you all are doing.....



What is the importance of the image you uploaded there. Bro? is it for me to see more reasons to bash your tribe, bro no one denied the fact benin did human sacrifice with the heads of the yoruba people but bringing it to my face, when you know it will turn to favour my stance in insulting you.... Simply shows your act of despiration


You need a check up bro, you complain i was gregyboy because i brought an article against me while you simoly doing thesame


Bro you need sleep

Shut up slave boy. All the Edos subjects whom the Benin King ruled over are known as the Oba's slaves.

We read this from H.L. Roth(1903), p.103. as follows:

"Lieut. King found that “the king can sell his subjects when convicted of crime, or when they have incurred his displeasure." The royal right of abuse seems to have survived to the last days, for Gallwey (p. 129) mentions that “the Benin people are free, but are treated as slaves by the king, the title of king's slave being considered an honour." We have seen above that for different reasons the king claimed male children, widows and slaves belonging to deceased subjects; he could hardly get much more, so that the mass of the people were practically slaves to the king, and those who were not to the king were so to their chiefs."

It therefore becomes clear that the Edo subjects whom our Yoruba King of Benin ruled over are all the king's slaves whom he can do anything with as he pleases.

I wonder why he will regard them as his slaves if they were his people in the first place. Food for thought. grin

In sum, you fore-parents' heads were sacrificed to the Yoruba gods in Benin because your Edo fore-parents are no more than slaves to the Yoruba Kings of Benin.

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 12:28pm On Jun 08, 2020
It therefore becomes clear that the Edo subjects whom our Yoruba King of Benin ruled over are all the king's slaves who he can do anything with.

Which includes forbidding them, at all ages, to wear clothes until he has given permission. If you see a 30yr old man or woman clothed, it is so because Omo Oba told them they can cover up, otherwise they dare not appear in public clothed.

Cc
TAO12

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by TAO12: 12:32pm On Jun 08, 2020
BabaRamota1980:


Which includes forbidding them, at all ages, to wear clothes until he has given permission. If you see a 30yr old man or woman clothed, it is so because Omo Oba told them they can cover up, otherwise they dare not appear in public clothed.

Cc
TAO12

Hahaha! So true! grin

Just so you're aware, Edeyoung and gregyboy are one and the same person.

I'm just putting this out there just so you are aware.

I've ccied you along in the posts where I exposed him.

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by BabaRamota1980: 12:34pm On Jun 08, 2020
Edeyoung,
I told you I saw too much materials and I was not sure which to choose. So i focused on summary that were specific. Here is another pointed summary below. It appears this is where your tradition of witchery removal of pussy started. Women don suffer for Edoland. Enjoy.


WOMEN AT THE ALAKA AREA
The Alaka is a section of the palace known to habour Oba Ehemgbuba shrine. According to Benin history, Oba Ehemugba, famously know as a powerful mystic, was born a haemophrodyte and since his father did not have any other heir to ascend the throne after him, he invited powerful witch doctors and mystics to work on young Ehemugba. At the end of the healing session, the female parts of Oba Ehemugba was removed from him and he was left with only the male parts. To assuage the worries of the people and assure them that the next Oba would indeed be completely male, Oba Ehemugba was paraded naked around the entire community. The shrine in Alaka is believed to contain his spirit and so, any female who enters the area immediately become infertile. To avoid barrenness among the Benin girls and women, a ban was places around the shrine. Women till date are refused entrance to the area.


Tao12

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by Edeyoung: 12:38pm On Jun 08, 2020
The information on this thread has already been passed the others are comment of hate which are not relevant

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by TAO12: 2:01pm On Jun 08, 2020
gregyboy:



Guy it's a transgendered not just a bro....
She gets cold feet when she hear my name and she also feels so very insecure when she is being intellectually attacked by anyone and the first person she suspect is me.....


Just imagine me who refused to have any comment with her go ahead to create another account to do the opposite, like i don get it

Gayboy aka Edeyoung, stop clowning you've been exposed beyond damage control.

(1) https://www.nairaland.com/5846948/benin-yoruba-speaking-empire/12#90427617

(2) https://www.nairaland.com/5846948/benin-yoruba-speaking-empire/12#90441591

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Re: Olokun Worship is Indigenous 2 benins but some others were borrowed from yorubas by TAO12: 3:00pm On Jun 08, 2020
Edeyoung:
The information on this thread has already been passed the others are comment of hate which are not relevant

A deity which you have absolutely no name for in your native tongue was certainly imposed on you by others -- 100%.

"Olokun" was introduced to the Edo people by your closest Yoruba neighbours -- The Itsekiris.

"Olokun" [from the Yoruba words "Olu-Okun" -- "Lord of the Sea"] is a Yoruba deity with a Yoruba name.

We also alternatively call it by the name: "Umale-Okun", or "Imale-Okun", or Umole-Okun, or "Imole-Okun"; meaning "Spirit of the Sea".

All these are pure Yoruba words. Stop attaching screenshots from Edo blogs and fraudulently passing them off as academic materials.

cc: BabaRamota1980, MetaPhysical

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