- Nigerian Short Film Oya: Rise of the Orisas Stars Female Superhero Based in
- Oya: Rise of the Orisas is a short film from Nigerian writer and director Nosa Igbinedion that's already gotten tons of fan support online. Probably because the world really wants to see more female superheroes of color. But what do I know?
- Orisas bid farewell to Isaac McLeod
- a rose: Janice McLeod places a rose in the coffin of her husband Isaac McLeod during yesterday's celebration at Little Oyo-IESOM Shrines Garden at Upper Gasparillo Road, Santa Cruz. —Photo: CURTIS CHASE. Mark Fraser.
- The Chosen People– by Chad Thornhill– Part Six
- I agree with your point about 'pro-orisas' simply meaning deciding in advance, without any necessary deterministic component being implied. Do you take the reference to 'saints chosen in Christ' to refer to Israel being chosen in Christ the Elect One, ...
- These Photos Of World Most Sophisticated Babalawo Will Throw You Off Balance
- Babalorisa Paulo Ty Omolu II has decided to step up the 'babalawo game' in Africa. The very sophisticated and handsome young juju priest is a Yoruba man who practices traditional orthodox way of worshiping God. The absolutely alluring young-looking ...
- Watch 'Oya: Rise of the Orishas' in Full - Reimagining Orishas as Modern-Day
- The filmmaker says that the full length film will be an action packed thriller set in modern-day Brazil, and will feature Oya, Sango and other Orisas.
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