Today is the regularly scheduled Gbelugan ritual and ceremony done by Gànlɔdó Kilombonu Xotɔme on behalf of Gànlɔdó and the Máwùfenu community.
ߞߎ ߘߏ ߓߌ ߤߥߋߕߊߣߎ ߛߊߜ߳ߊ߫ߕߊ߫ ߊߟߐߊߖ߯ߊߣߘߌߣ
Ku do bi hwetanu Sakpata alo Azandin!
Greetings to All for this (celebration) time of the deity Sakpata and the Solstice
Additionally, when one thinks of Sakapata as a deity concerned with health we think of paying attention to how we treat nature and our food. In relation to food, Ayinon (His Imperial Majesty) Axosu Agelogbagan Azasinkpontin Jisovi Agbovi’s latest book, The Kilombo Cookbook: Aja Foods and ReAfrikanization Diet, contains 160 pages of healthy Afrikan recipes from Southern Benin Republic. This is the first time anyone has produced a recipe book of food from the Aja people. Complete in full color, and unique in containing a glossary of over 300 words strictly related to food, this book is a must have in your process of ReAfrikanization.
ߛߊߜ߳ߊ߫ߕߊ߫߸ ߊߜߊ ߏ߸ ߛߌ߫ߛߌ߫ ߘߊߊ߫ߜߏ߫
ߊߕߏ߫ߕߏ߫ ߊߚߐ ߓߌ ߊߤ߯ߋߜߍߟߎ ߛߊߜ߳ߊ߫ߕߊ߫ ߙߏߕߏߤߎ߫ߣ ߊߕߏ߫ߕ߫
This week is national Afrikan Mothers week for the Kilombonu Xotome of Ganlodo. Join us in elevating the spirits and position of Afrikan mothers.
Crown Day Greetings from His Imperial Majesty Axosu – Agelogbagan Azadinkpatin Jisovi Agbovi, paramount King of Ganlodo Afrikan Vodun Monarchy
Ku do Zankpozekpan (“Greetings for the equinox” in Aja language. Commonly known as Fon language). At Ganlodo Afrikan Vodun Maroon Monarchy, according to our own Afrikan calendar, we now enter the second half of our year 6260 AX.
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This weekend at the Maroon African Vodún Monarchy of Ganlodo we celebrate our clans, called akota in the Aja language, and lineage. In authentic Afrikan traditions, it is crucial to know ones ancient family and clan origins. This weekend we do rituals and ceremony to elevate and heal our clans/lineages. We are thankful to have the Roots Reading system to reconnect us back to that which we thought was lost. Call out the names of your ancient clans and any individuals of good character that were from your family and clan.
We also suggest that those who know there family and clan history, totems, symbols, kwk create family crests to commemorate their history.
Family Crest of His Imperial Majesty Axosu Agelogbagan Agbovi