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Spiritual Trees Of Great Power In Igboland by WokeNationTV: 9:21am On Jul 18, 2022
In this article, We will be discussing some Spiritual Trees of Great Power in Igboland.  

Today we will talk about the fact that all awakened people of Ndi Igbo own one / more of these trees. The amazing part is the fact that all of these trees come by themselves and may not also be planted by humans.  

Orji/ Iroko Tree 

Orji is one of the most powerful trees known to man and spirits. In the Afa language, it is called AKA ATULUKPA. He also has a huge spirit of spiritual work. A powerful dibia / ezenwanyi, he needs. 

Orji for spiritual works. Many do not understand this fact, but Orji has spirits who do almost all-powerful works in Odinani. Oke osisi Orji, is also needed when powerful spiritual work is needed. 


This same tree is another with a special kind of power. It is literally strength. Ngwu is just pure strength and all dibias and Ezenwanyi rooted. 

They needs strength / Ngwu to perform powerful work. OKALA OSE, that's what Ngwu is known in the spirit world, so Afa taught us.

Ngwu is pure tree of power. The reason why there is a saying ỌMA-Ụma EGBU NGWU, NMA ADIHI / AGAHI ADIRI NKOO: it also means that anyone who tries to kill a person with the spirit of NGWỤ around is simply a waste of time.  


Ojukwu is a female tree of power. She posses the power to neutralise any evil existence/charms/energies. She also looks like a palm tree but much smaller. The palm oil from Ojukwu is also used in preparing many medicines, to include anti-poison medicines. 

It’s also used in creating lotions and soaps, for good skin and healing both skin and body.  

OKALA OVU /OFU is what she is called spiritually. However, You cannot spiritually poison anyone with Ojukwu tree/spirit.. 

Akpuu /Akpu  

This mighty tree is just as massive as Orji/Iroko but has spikes on the body. It grows cotton wool look alike. Very massive and oftentimes grows very straight with the entire body seriously covered with spikes, making it impossible to be climbed. 

OKALETE is what Akpu is known as in the spiritual world. She also leads in spiritual wars and must be why it’s covered with spikes. Very mighty. There are male and female Akpu. 


The mighty of the mighty Ofo, is the tree of justice. The tree that holds all together. The tree that in reality, is life. Above all other trees, Ọfọ is the power behind all in full balanced spirituality of Odinani. Bearers may not commit any evil.

Source: https://wokenationtv.com/spiritual-trees-of-great-power-in-igboland.html

Re: Spiritual Trees Of Great Power In Igboland by Cypress042: 9:25am On Jul 18, 2022
They are nice and great trees, yes smiley

But it would be more understandable if you stop relatings them to some imaginary superticious beliefs, that never help to cushion the current situation of the country sad

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Re: Spiritual Trees Of Great Power In Igboland by RedboneSmith(m): 8:00pm On Jul 18, 2022
A few missed ones:

Ogilisi or Egbo tree.
Ogbu tree.


Re: Spiritual Trees Of Great Power In Igboland by Samfloxin(m): 3:14pm On Nov 30, 2022

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