Osun fest 2017.
Touch the Healing Waters
AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!! AKIYESI!!!
Join The Kingdom of Oyotunji Village May 05-06-07, 2017 as we celebrate and venerate the River Goddess Osun!
Osun YEYE OPO
MOTHER OF ABUNDANCE
Strong mother of many children Olomoyoyo. Warrior, ruler, beautiful regal one who sits at the top. Join us in honoring the mother of Oshogbo Nigeriaa and the female patron deity, the mother of Oyotunji Abule Yoruba, May 05-06-07,2017. Admission to Osun Festival is $15. See below to process online payment.
Ore Yeye oo! Osun!
'According to the Yoruba elders, Oshun is the "unseen mother present at every gathering", because Oshun is the Yoruba understanding of the cosmological forces of water, moisture, and attraction. Therefore, she is believed to be omnipresent and omnipotent. Her power is represented in another Yoruba proverb which reminds us that "no one is an enemy to water" and therefore everyone has need of and should respect and revere Oshun, as well as her followers.
IBA OSUN SEKESE
PRAISE TO THE GODDES OF MYSTERY
Oshun is the force of harmony. Harmony which we see as beauty, feel as love, and experience as ecstasy. She, according to the ancients, was the only female Irunmole amongst the original 16 sent from the spirit realm to create the world. As such, she is revered as "Yeye" - the great mother of us all. When the male Irunmole attempted to subjegate Oshun due to her femaleness, she removed her divine energy (called ase by the Yoruba) from the project of creating the world and all subsequent efforts at creation were in vain. It was not until visiting with the Supreme Being, Olodumare, and begging for Oshun's pardon (as advised by Olodumare) that the world could continue to be created. But not before Oshun had given birth to a son. This son became Elegba, the great conduit of ase in the Universe, the eternal and infernal trickster.
Oshun is known as Iyalode, the "(explicitly female) chief of the market."  She is also known as Laketi, she who has ears, because of how quickly and effectively she answers prayers. When she possesses her followers, she dances, flirts and then weeps. If she comes into the world crying, then she is happy, but if she comes down laughing, she is livid.
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Purchase festival passes 15$/$20 at gate.
Complete outline of 2016’s Odun Osun Festival:
The Odun Osun 2016 Festival, from May 13-15, 2016 at 56 Bryant Lane, Sheldon, SC, 29941. Admission to this year’s festival is
$15/festival-adults (Saturday and Sunday early-bird online rate) and $20/festival-adults (Saturday and Sunday gate-rate); donations are welcome for Friday (no charge). Email us at email@example.com for more information.
Odun Osun Inspired Photos...
VIDEO FROM OSUN FESTIVAL 2012...