African Traditional Religion : Omo Obatala

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My last reading said I was either a child of Obatala or Ogun. Initially, I thought I was a child of Ogun since I used to fight all the time and still have a bad temper. But I have little else in common with most children of Ogun. On the other hand I have almost everything in common with children of Obatala. Plus I'm "marked" (thinning hair). Anybody have information on children of Obatala? We seem to catch the 'boring' end of the stick in terms omo Orisa stereotypes. What are some interesting things about children of Obatala?
...you are a seeker. to be of Orisha you must study and be initiated...elekes, ocha / priesthood and years of development in an area of specialty...divining, drumming , making clothing for orisha...Ifa...It's like surface astrology for the uninitiated, for the practitioner...much deeper.
 

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My last reading said I was either a child of Obatala or Ogun. Initially, I thought I was a child of Ogun since I used to fight all the time and still have a bad temper. But I have little else in common with most children of Ogun. On the other hand I have almost everything in common with children of Obatala. Plus I'm "marked" (thinning hair). Anybody have information on children of Obatala? We seem to catch the 'boring' end of the stick in terms omo Orisa stereotypes. What are some interesting things about children of Obatala?
 

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