The traditional West Africa Yoruba tribe’s tradition proclaims and believes that Ile-Ife in the State of Osun, Nigeria is where Olodumare (a demon who is addressed as god almighty but also means the God of Abraham to those who are followers of Christ) started the creation of the world. The participants of this Santaria religion say “we believe in only one god” – but they are NOT referring to the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Jesus! It is important to understand that Not all Yoruba’s believe in and/or practice this evil belief, there are MANY who have denounced it, and even more have never had any involvement in it. There are countless numbers of African Americans, Caucasian Americans, Hispanics, Jamaicans, etc. who have been brainwashed into believing in and dedicating themselves to the deity’s (elegba, oshun, ogun, oshosi, obatala, yemaya, shango, oya, orunmila) and practices of this evil, Antichrist belief all in the name of “connecting to their African roots.” ANYONE who dedicates themselves to this evil practice has knowingly or unknowingly given themselves to Satan himself with a false belief that they will be protected, and all of their needs will be supplied by the evil deities of this religion by offering sacrifices to them. This practice is full of divination and sacrifices, sometimes the “orisha’s” (demons) require a blood sacrifice, in which the practitioners will openly admit that they offer animal sacrifices such as dogs, chicken’s, goat, pigeon and the blood of these animals (the specific animal is determined by the demon) but what they WONT openly admit is that there are times when a human sacrifice is required! The Yoruba orisha worship, upon which Santeria is based, practiced human sacrifice until the 1860’s when it was judicially prohibited by the British Colonial Administration. Some human sacrifices were conducted after that date, although their number radically decreased after the prohibition, as now those who participated in these sacrifices could be put to death for murder. There are still rather strict rules concerning human sacrifice. The former is taught occasionally to those who study the worship of orisha (demons). The rules for human sacrifice are quite like those taught to initiates of Kali worship in India, where human sacrifice was also abolished by the British Colonial Authority in the 1860’s. In Yorubaland, human sacrifice was a regular part of orisha (demon) worship. The orishas gladly took the blood of human sacrificial victims, usually these victims were from opposing tribes (most likely Igbo’s) that were captured in battle and even members of the same tribe itself were offered to the orisha in times of drought, disease and disaster. The orishas (demons) do indeed take human blood as part of the sacrificial offering, with the practice dating back to early Yoruba civilization until the early 1900’s and in some parts, is still practiced secretly today! HUMAN SACRIFICE is a practice of the orisha worshipers and many dont want to admit it because it is barbaric, and shameful and they don’t want to be stigmatized but it doesn’t change the fact that it is indeed part of the Yoruba religious culture and it does indeed continues to happen today. Anyone who wants to debate this simply must look at the religious history of the Yoruba and the answers are there, spend some significant time is Osun state and you’ll see for yourself, people are caught and arrested often with human sacrifices ranging from children to adults and if there are any Yoruba reading this, you know that I’m writing the truth. Within Santeria blood sacrifice is a required part of any initiation (Elekes, Warriors, Orisha Addimú, Kariocha) and without blood sacrifice you do not have the presence of the demons (aka orishas) in that ritual, and you do not have a legitimate consecration. This is an ancient and traditional practice upheld by the culture bearers of orisha worship religion and is not something that can be excluded in said rituals. The Church in United States has ignorantly embraced these demons by not boycotting or otherwise refuting the manufacturing and sales of a Barbie doll (by Mattel) in a glamorized version of the likeness of osun the river goddess (a marine demon/spirit)! After researching all of the Barbie dolls made by Mattel,I discovered an alarming number of dolls on the market made in the likeness of idols, especially a sun goddess. Your children are probably being secretly indoctrinated by these demons by playing with certain toys, and watching certain programs where this demon has been glamorized and secretly introduced into households worldwide. Because this country expresses “freedom of religion” this demonic sect has crept in all to the detriment of our young women and children (oftentimes the demon asks for virgins and children). Each year, adherents and non-adherents of osun, travel from all over the world to attend the annual Osun-Osogbo festival in August. Visitors include nationals of Brazil, Cuba, Trinidad, Grenada, and other nations in the Americas with a significant Yoruba cultural heritage. Annual traditional festivities and invocations of the Osun goddess are held along the banks of the river bearing her name into which – according to Yoruba oratory traditions – “she transformed”. The origin of the Osun festival started over 700 years ago when a group of settlers led by one great hunter Olutimehin, settled at the bank of the river to escape the famine in their former dwelling place. Osun, the water goddess was said to have appeared to Olutimehin and requested him and his group to move up some bit to higher ground – the present Osogbo town.
Osun revealed herself to be the “goddess of the grove and of the river” and pledged to protect the group and make their women fruitful if only they would offer an annual sacrifice to her in return. The group agreed and vowed to sacrifice annually to the goddess (marine spirit) if she would honor her vows. This evil which started as an annual sacrifice to a river goddess, has been glamorized and later became a universal celebration of a river goddess! Americans have made this ugly powerless demon out to be a giver of beauty, and elegance and that was NEVER the agreement then or now between this demon and the particular Yoruba sect that embraced her. This ugly, filthy demon made it’s vow to a particular sect of YORUBA PEOPLE, not Americans- although nothing is stopping anyone from worshiping her and killing animals to appease her. There is a woman remembered by the Yoruba named Susanne Wenger who was an Austrian who since the early 1950s wasted her entire life until her death dedicated to the river goddess osun and other deities. She renovated shrines that were abandoned and remodeled 75 Yoruba cultural gods in sculptures. If this demon is a demon of beauty, Susanne Wenger certainly wasnt a good example of it! In fact, there are plenty of ugly women who worship this blood thirsty deity.
Look people, DON’T BELIEVE THE HYPE! I’ve seen many women on YouTube glamorizing this worship of demons and they don’t even know what they think they know because the secrets of this practice are held tightly among the Yoruba’s and they will never share those secrets with a foreigner- EVER! You can wear Nigerian attire and learn to speak Yoruba, even visit the country and change your name, but you are and will always be A FOREIGNER and as long as you dont appose, your money and attention towards these orishas (demons) will be welcomed. I have read were some real dumb Americans FLEW ALL THE WAY TO NIGERIA to PAY MONEY to be initiated into this worship of demons, well- the truth is, genuine initiation into this shameful practice doesn’t cost ONE CENT, and you DON’T have to travel to Nigeria to do it so when they see the American mu-mu’s interested in becoming a demon worshiper they will GLADLY take your money, trick you into going to Nigeria while calling you mu-mu all the way to the market. These misled women then return to the United States calling themselves “priestess” when the truth of the matter is A REAL OSUN PRIESTESS LIVES IN OSOGBO and dedicates her life to the deity daily- I’ve seen one bi-sexual, a homosexual and a lesbian all claiming to be “priestesses” and devotees to these deities– their ignorance is almost laughable. No form of homosexuality is accepted or embraced in Nigeria, if you go there claiming to be a homosexual you’ll most likely be sacrificed to one of those deity’s they worship! I also read an inquiry from a CHRISTIAN asking how she could submit herself to the demon osun so that she could become pregnant!!!! LET ME TELL YOU THE PRICE THAT YOU WILL PAY FOR WORSHIPING THESE DEMONS…
1.You will never receive anything from a demon for free, it will ALWAYS cost you something
2.The more you ask for, the more you must give
3. When you begin to ask for GRANDIOSE THINGS like an excessive amount of money, fame, etc the demon will then ask you to sacrifice blood…. Human blood!
4. The human sacrifices ALWAYS start with family members and those who have “eaten” of your wealth
5. Once you’ve sacrificed human blood it will be very difficult if not impossible to stop appeasing the demons, if you try to leave them, they will kill you by spiritual means
6. The demons ALWAYS take back what they’ve given you
7. You wont live a long life
Santaria religion is evil and leads to more evil and there is no escaping it. Don’t expect them to tell you EVERYTHING because it’s not going to happen! Do you really think that they will openly admit to murdering people? If you doubt me GO THERE, spend a considerable amount of time in Osun State where there are many occasions of “head hunters” being caught and paraded with there victims that were to be used to sacrifice to ogun and the other mean blood thirsty demons. While we’re alive, we don’t own ANYTHING because when we die we wont take anything with us, but when you make a CONSCIOUS DECISION to submit to a demon to obtain stuff, you will indeed pay for it with your soul. Don’t play around with these demons, no one in their right mind would EVER want to be possessed by a mami wata demon (which is what osun and the other deity’s associated with her are), A mami wata demon is one of the most difficult demons to leave a person if you ever open yourself up to be overtaken by one. My husband and I took in a little boy that is possessed with a mami wata spirit when I lived in Nigeria, we taught him “Jesus songs” taught him how to pray- even took him to church all to no avail. The little boy admitted that he didn’t want to be possessed by the demon but he was initiated against his will by his mother when she took him and his brothers to a stream to dedicate them all to the deity. It’s common for children with a mami wata spirit to kill other people by spiritual means. Don’t let anyone lie to you and tell you that orisha worship is the religion of our African ancestors. There are MANY Africans who have never heard of orisha worship and there are many who do know about it but want absolutely nothing to do with it because they know the implications of submitting to this darkness. I know what I know because of my ties to Nigeria, my husband is a Nigerian and some of his family members initiated into the highest level of orisha worship and now their children (who are now adults) are living unproductive, unsuccessful lives because of the sins of their fathers and their refusal to submit to the same demons. My husband and I have MANY friends who are the products of their father’s bad decisions to worship demons and NONE OF THEM are living fruitful lives. I lived briefly in Nigeria and learned a lot during my stay there and my husband is the best teacher one could ask for. I am by nature very inquisitive and I asked a lot of questions. Before you consider joining Satan, consider that all God requires from us is holiness THAT’S ALL! You don’t have to kill animals or people for God, if you live for Him and submit to Him and let go of worldly stuff, you can and will live in peace and live life everlasting with Him. Just let go of all the cares of this temporary world and live to please Him, after all we were created by Him for Him. Submitting to God has nothing to do with joining a church or choosing a religion, those are man-made things, and God has NOTHING to do with ANY religion! I’ve heard a lot of people say that they began orisha worship because the church disappointed them, people will ALWAYS disappoint you but God won’t, and ANY real spiritual person will know and tell you that God (Elohim, Elshadi, Adoni) is the most High God and there is NONE greater than Him. ALL PRINCIPALITIES must bow before Him. I pray that this writing is an eye opener to anyone considering partaking in this madness. Please, don’t do it– Blessings.
- I have posted photos of what these idols look like- these are the oracles that the people in Yurobaland go to worship (those who engage in Santaria demon worship), all of the beautiful pictures of bare-breasted mermaids that are floating all over the internet are LIES! Absolute fabrications. You should ask yourself this question (especially the idiots that went there to be initiated), if these gods are so wonderful, why are so many Nigerians living in extreme poverty, especially the ones who only sacrifice a chicken here and a goat there.
- Wow! no wonder so many children and young women come up missing in this country, could they be a part of ritual sacrifices? Well, I have a few questions, #1. Since there is a significant number of Santaria worshipers here in the United States, WHY COULDN’T YOUR gods STOP THESE HURRICANES? (or perhaps they are the cause of them) #2 Church,How could you allow this filthy worship of demons to come in and desecrate the United States, a country that claims to worship God? I’ve never seen or heard of ONE demonstration by the “church” the “body of christ” to keep this and all other anti-God religions out of this country but when there is racial tension the “church” is the first on the scene with elaborate speeches and demonstrations! Now “freedom of religion” is putting innocent children and women on the slabs of oracles to be used as sacrifices! Church, you have failed again!
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