Celebrating the Hun (Vodun Deity) Loko

For US today is Kilombozangbe (1st day of OUR 7-day week), Hwlen 26 (26th day of our THIRD month) in the year 6260. For US, this day celebrates the last day of honoring the deity Loko represented by the Afrikan Iroko tree, also called the African Teak Tree. In the united snakes of amerikkka, He is represented by the Oak Tree. Coincidentally, he represents fatherhood in one of his aspects. However, this is not father’s day for US as an Afrikan people who have returned to our authentic culture and adjusted it in a New Afrikan way called New Afrikan Vodun.