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It is the person who deceives himself that the gods above deceive: a bachelor who has no wife at home but implores the gods to grant him children.

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Yoruba Fokelore

Yoruba Medicine

The Yoruba are one of the largest tribes in Africa, with 30 million individuals throughout the region of West Africa. Yorubic medicine is Orisha-based medicine practiced by many other groups in Africa, the Caribbean and others, mostly due to the slave Diaspora. “African herbal medicine is commonly called Yorubic or Orisha medicine on the African continent. It started from a religious text, called Ifa Corpus. According to tradition, the Ifa Corpus was revealed by the mystic prophet, Orunmilla, around 4,000 years ago in the ancient city of Ile-Ife, now known as Yorubaland. The last 400 years saw individuals in the Caribbean and South America practice the Yorubic healing system as a token of their past when the first wave of African slaves arrived in the Americas.”. Orunmilla taught the people about the customs of divination, prayer, dance, symbolic gestures, personal, and communal elevation. He also advised them on spiritual baths, meditation, and herbal medicine in particular. The Ifa Corpus is considered to be the foundation of divine herbology.
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Basic Philosophies

According to A D Buckley, Yoruba medicine is similar to European medicine in that its main thrust is to kill or expel from the body tiny, invisible “germs” or insects (kokoro) and also worms (aron) which inhabit small bags within the body. For the Yoruba, however, these germs and worms perform useful functions in the healthy body, aiding digestion, fertility etc. However, if they become too powerful in te body, they must be controlled, killed or driven out with bitter-tasting plants contained in medicines.Yoruba medicine is quite different from homeopathic medicine, which uses medicinal ingredients that imitates pathological symptoms. Rather, in a similar manner to mainstream European medicine, it strives to destroy the agencies that cause disease.

Buckley claims that traditional Yoruba ideas of the human body are derived from the image of a cooking pot, susceptible to overflowing. The female body overflows dangerously but necessarily once a month; germs and worms in the body can overflow their “bags” in the body if they are given too much “sweet” (tasty) food. The household is understood in a similar way. As germs overflow their bag, menstrual blood the female body, and palm oil the cooking pot, so women in the marital household tend to overflow and return to their natal homes.

As well as using bitter plants to kill germs and worms, Yoruba herbalists also use incantation (ofo) in medicines to bring good luck (awure), for example, to bring money or love and for other purposes too. Medicinal incantations are in some ways like the praise songs addressed to human beings or gods: their purpose is to awaken the power of the ingredients hidden in the medicine. Most medicinal incantations use a form of word-play, similar to punning, to evoke the properties of the plants implied by the name of the plant.

Some early writers believed that the Yoruba people are actually an East African tribe who moved from the Nile River to the Niger area. For example, Olumide J. Lucas claims that “the Yoruba, during antiquity, lived in ancient Egypt before migrating to the Atlantic coast.”

“With Egypt at its roots, it is therefore inevitable that African herbal medicine became associated with magic. Amulets and charms were more common than pills as preventions or curatives of diseases. Priests, who were from the earliest days the forefathers of science and medicine, considered diseases as possession by evil demons and could be treated using incantations along with extracts from the roots of certain plants. The psychosomatic method of healing disorders used primarily by psychiatrists today is based loosely on this ancient custom.

This being said, to modern westerners the medicine practices of the Yoruba may seem to be too magical/mystical, in fact the word medicine and magic are the same. But it must be recognized that to the Yorubas it is a system; Yorubic medicine is not merely medicine, such as it is in modern times, it is a medicine, the magic of a religion and a science.

Orishas in Yoruba Medicine

The Yoruba religion has a multitude of Deities, the major of which are called Orisha. Osain is one of the most important Orisha’s. Osain rules over all wild herbs, and he is considered the greatest herbalist who knows the powers of all plants. In the Yoruba tribe a sort of staff is given to the herb gatherer of the community, to make clear their position. In Africa there are so many herbs and plants that are used in healing, that only someone trained for life can competently perform the function. The plants and herbs of Osain have their purely medicinal value as well as their magical value. The Osainista knows how to correctly gather the herbs and plants. Some plants have to be gathered at certain times of the day or night. Certain plants have to have certain prayers said to them and certain offerings made in order to correctly work. As said before there are a multitude of Orisha’s. In diagnosing illness each one of the orisha’s has physical qualities and herbal attributes, each affecting one another. See the diagrams below:

Orishas Attributes Physical Correspondences Herbs (Ewe)

Obatala Deity of Creation and custodian of the Ifa Oracle, source of knowledge. Creator of Human Form, Purity, Cures illness and deformities. His priests are the Babalawo Brain, Bones, White fluids of the body Skullcap, Sage, Kola Nut, Basil, Hyssop, Blue Vervain, White Willow, Valerian

Èshù or Elegua Gateman of the Heavens. Messenger of the Orisha, he is prime negotiator between negative and positive forces in body, enforces the “law of being”. Helps to enhance the power of herbs sympathetic nervous system All Herbs

Ogun Orisha of Iron, he is divinity of clearing paths, specifically in respect to blockages or interruption of the flow vital energy at various points in the body, and he is the liberator. heart, kidney (adrenal glands), tendons, and sinews Eucalyptus, Alfalfa, Hawthorn, Bloodroot, Parsley, Motherwort, Garlic

Yemaya Mother of Waters, Primal Waters, Nurturer. She is the amniotic fluid in the womb of the pregnant woman, as well as, the breasts which nurture. She is the protective energies of the feminine force. womb, liver, breasts, buttocks Kelp, Squawvine, Cohosh, Dandelion, Yarrow, Aloe, Spirulina, Mints, Passion Plower, Wild Yam Root

Ochun Sensuality, Beauty, Gracefulness, she symbolizes clarity and flowing motion, she has power to heal with cool water, she is also the divinity of fertility and feminine essence, Women appeal to her for child-bearing and for the alleviation of female disorders, she is fond of babies and is sought if a baby becomes ill, she is known for her love of honey. circulatory system, digestive organs, elimination system, pubic area (female) Yellow Dock, Burdock, Cinnamon, Damiana, Anis, Raspberry, Yarrow, Chamomile, Lotus, Uva-Ursi, Buchu, Myrrh, Echinacea

Chango Kingly, Virility, Masculinity, Fire, Lightning, Stones, Protector/Warrior, Magnetism, he possesses the ability to transform base substance into that which is pure and valuable reproductive system (male), bone marrow, life force or chi Plantain, Saw Palmetto, Hibiscus, Fo-ti, Sarsaparilla, Nettles, Cayenne

Oya Tempest, Guardian of the Cemetery, Winds of Change, Storms, Progression, she is usually in the company of her counterpart Shango, she is the deity of rebirth as things must die so that new beginnings arise lungs, bronchial passages, mucous membranes Mullein, Comfrey, Cherrybark, Pleurisy Root, Elecampane, Horehound, Chickweed

Titles and Processes

An Onisegun is an herbalist, Oloogun is one of several terms for a medical practitioner, and a Babalawo is a ceremony priest/priestess. An Oloogun practitioner in Yoruba, in addition to analyzing symptoms of the patient, look for the emotional and spiritual causes of the disease to placate the negative forces (ajogun) and only then will propose treatment that he/she deems appropriate. This may include herbs in the form of an infusion, enema, etc. In Yoruban medicine they also use dances, spiritual baths, symbolic sacrifice, song/prayer, and a change of diet to help cure the sick. They also believe that the only true and complete cure can be a change of “consciousness” where the individual can recognize the root of the problem themselves and seek to eliminate it. Disease to the Yoruba is seen as a disruption of our connection with the Earth. “Physicians are often priests, priestesses, or high priests, or belong to a guild-like society hidden within tribal boundaries, completely secret to the outside world. In their communities, even obtaining an education in medicine may require becoming an initiate of one of these societies. The world view of a priest involves training and discipline to interpret events that are indicative of the nature of the patient’s alignment internally with their own conscious and unrecognized issues, as well as with a variety of external forces and beings which inhabit our realm and require the inner vision and wisdom of the priest to interpret.” The Yoruba tribe are large believers is preventative medicine. They are obvious criticizers of modern western medicine where we try to mask problems with drugs, rather than cure the whole of the person. According to the medicine men of Yoruba, if we listen to our bodies they will provide us with the preparation and appropriate knowledge we need to regain our balance with the Earth.

Ifa Related

Sample Moyuba

Moyugbas de Osha-Ifá (Fuente Proyecto Orumila)

 
Moyugbas de Osha-Ifá
Oribawa Olofin, Oribawa Olorun, Oribawa Oddua, Oribawa Orula, Oribawa Bogbo Ocha, Oribawa Bogbo Orisha, Oribawa Bogbo Egun...
Otún Ni Obá.
Osí Ni Awó Aché.
Shewele Shewele Omó Layé Lodafún Babalao Omi Tuto, Ona Tuto, Tuto Nene, Tuto Larogba, Tuto Lawé Ikokó, Iba Inle Afokán, Iba Inle Owere, Iba Eyiti, Iba Irawó, Iba La Chupá, Iba, Orumale Guamale Yikotún Guamale Yikosí, Iba Olorun Akokó Imbere.
Iba Baba, Iba Yeye, Iba Ashedá, Iba Akodá, Iba Nana Fiyó Odun Ifá Araemi
Por ejemplo:

Araonu Iñó Filomeno García Atandá Ifá Bí Omó Odun Ifá Baba Eyiogbe, Iñó José Okonko Oluguere Oyekún Meyi, Iba Obara Meyi Iñó Remigio Herrera Ardechina, Ogunda Funbo Tata Gaitan, Ogbetuá Nilara Ramón Febles, Iñó Carlos Adé Bi Ojuani Boka, Iñó Jacinto Fernández Bramoso Oluwo Oka Indé Ogbetua Nilara, Iñó Norberto Noriega Ogunda Meyi, Olúo Sarakó Bonifacio Valdés Ogbe Weñá Ifá, Ojuani Alakentú Sheshe Ifá Funké, Ifá Bi Omó Eyiogbe Iba Eloni Bernabé Menocal, Otrupon Baraife Arturo Peña, Irete Tetedí Bernardo Rojas, Oché Paure Benito Rodríguez González, Oché Paure Bernardito Rojas, Que Timbelorun Que Timbelaye, Timbelese, Olodumare, Ibae Ibayen Tonú Rolo Obara Koso, Juan Rossel Ogunda Masá, Miguel Febles Padrón Omó Odí Ka, Juan Angulo Ogbetuá Ni Lara, Asunción Villalonga Ogunda Masa, Alfredo Rivero “El violinista” Otupon Beconguao, Félix El Negro, Papaito Osa Rete, Robertico Lemus Otura Wo, Otura Niko Panchito, Quintín García Otura Niko (hermano de Marcos García Ifá Lola), Miguel Iznaga El Tigre, Cundo Sevilla Ogbe Dí Kaká Ogbe Dí Lele, El Bebo Pastoriza Ogbe Ate, Fermín Medina Odí Atakofeñó, Julián Ogbe Bara, Joaquín Salazar Osalo Folbeyó, Secundino Crucé Osa Loforbeyó, Orestes Sánchez Osa Loforbeyó, Manoló Mirra Osa Loforbeyó, Florentino Ajuria Osa Loforbeyó, Babel Baba Eyiogbe, Cirilo Irete Wan Wan, Fernando Navarro Odi Oro, Miguel Ángel del Toro Ogbe Fun Funló, Manolo Ibañez Oche Meyi, Santiago Iguori Bosá, Arístides Basconselo Irete Kutan.
Babalocha Itokun, Iyalocha Itokun, Bogbó Olúo Itokun, Que Timbelorun, Timbelaye, Timbelese Olodumare.
Aché Bogbo Egun Aremí
(Se moyuban todos los muertos familiares)
Aché Egun Ilagbó.
Aché Bogbo Egun Oré.
Aché Bogbo Egun Imalé
Aché Bogbo Egun Finalí
Aché Bogbo Egun Merinlayé
Aché Bogbo Egun Cucunducú
Aché Bogbo Egun Erú
Aché Bogbo Egun Timbelorun Timbelaye.
Aché Baba, Aché Yeyé, Aché Olofin, Aché Olorun, Aché Oddudua, Aché Inlé Oguere, Aché Inle Fokan, Aché Inle Fokoyeri, Aché Eyite, Aché Irawó, Aché Mi Oluó (Osha y camino que tiene hecho, nombre completo y apellidos, awó ni orunmila nombre de Ifá, signo de Ifá) Oyulona Okan (Osha que tiene hecho, nombre de Osha, nombre completo y apellidos, awó ni orunmila nombre de Ifá ,signo de Ifá), Aché Apeteví Ikofafun (Osha que tiene hecho, nombre completo y apellidos, signo de Ikofafun), Aché Bogbo Awo.
Iba Eleguá, Iba Oggún, Iba Oshosi, Iba Osun, Iba Osain, Iba Obatalá, Iba Oyá Yansa Jekuá Jey, Iba Yemayá, Iba Oshún, Iba Shangó, Iba Aragba Karagba, Iba Olorun Olere Olorun Akoko Imbere.
Emi Omokan (nombre completo y dos apellidos, del sacerdote que oficia) Yoko Osha (Osha que tiene hecho, nombre de Osha), Awó ni Orunmila (nombre de Ifá y signo de Ifá), (se reza el signo), Lodá Obi Omi Tuto Nitosi Oshinshe Odara Ni (Ceremonia que se realiza, por ejemplo: Ikofafun marun, awofaka meta, osorde, etc.) Nitosi Unyén Ni Eyebale (se mencionan los animales que se van a dar, por ejemplo: Adie Meyi) Que Lodafun Abure mi (se menciona el nombre de la persona que realiza la ofrenda) Para sodide.
Nitosi Ikú Unló, Arun Unló, Ofo Unló, Eyó Unló, Iña Unló, Araye Unló, Fitibó Unló, Elenú Unló, Ashelú Unló, Onilú Unló, Bogbo Osorbo Unló, Nitosi Iré Arikú, Iré Omá, Iré Omó, Iré Owo, Iré Susu, Iré Batá, Iré Kirin Kirin, Iré Adeguan, Irée Deguantolokun, Ashegun Otá, Kolenio Dio Arikú Babagua.
Nota: La Moyugba de Ifá se confecciona con los nombres y apellidos, nombre de Osha y Ángel de la Guarda, signo de Ifá, nombre de Ifá de los difuntos de su familia religiosa de Ifá. Es sumamente importante indagar con los mayores cuidadosamente para saber todos los difuntos que uno tiene y no excluir a ninguno de los hermanos que en el ayer nos precedieron en nuestra religión.
Es responsabilidad de cada sacerdote tener una Moyugba completa y recordar a todos sus ancestros.

Moyugba de Osha

  • Para comenzar la Moyugba se dice el rezo siguiente:
    • Moyugba Olorun, Moyugba Olodumare, Moyugba Wamale ni Olofin, Moyugba Oba Egun Oduduwa, Moyugba Oba Orisha Obatalá.
  • El que reza menciona el nombre del difunto y a continuación dice:
    • Que otokú umbo elese Olodumare
  • Los que asisten dicen:
    • Ibae.
  • El oficiante dice:
    • Ibayen timoyen
    • Ibayen tonu
Nota: Generalmente se van mencionando uno a uno los nombres y después de cada uno se dice: Ibae, tocando con el Bakulo en el piso. Se mencionan primero los nombres de los difuntos familiares y otros difuntos que acompañan a una persona y después los difuntos de la rama religiosa y otros religiosos difuntos importantes.
Nota: Los difuntos de la rama religiosa se agrupan en la Moyugba según el Osha que tuvieron coronado y se mencionan en el orden ceremonial que corresponda al Ángel de Guarda en que se inicio el individuo que propicia la ceremonia.
Por ejemplo:

  1. Los difuntos familiares en orden genealógico. Padre, Abuelo, Bisabuelo, etc.
  2. Los difuntos que acompañan: Padrinos de Bautizo y otros que le han sido señalado en las misas.
  3. Los olúos, babalawos, Oloshas, Babalochas, Iyaloshas y Oriate que han sido importantes figuras en Osha-Ifá. A continuación se mencionan difuntos de la rama religiosa en el siguiente orden:
    1. Hijos de Eleguá.
    2. Hijos de Ogún.
    3. Hijos de Oshosi.
    4. Hijos de Osun.
    5. Hijos de Oyá.
    6. Hijos de Oshún.
    7. Hijos de Agayú (si lo tiene recibido).
    8. Hijos de Yemayá.
    9. Hijos de Azowano (si lo tiene recibido).
    10. Hijos de Shangó.
    11. Hijos de Obatalá.
Algunos nombres de difuntos de Ramas Religiosas
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Lona María Engracia Cordero
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Itolú
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Dina La Mora
  • Omó Elegguá Ojuani Chowe
  • Omó Elegguá Aggo Cerdé
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Miwá
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Bi Pepa, Josefa Herrera
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Bi José Urquiola, (José Pata de Palo)
  • Omó Elegguá Elegguse Ma Francisca
  • Omó Elegguá Osi Kan Martina Bicho Malo
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Carire Arcadio Calvo Espinosa (Buey Suelto Mundo Corta Lima)
  • Omó Elegguá Eshu Alawana
  • Baloggún Ogunda Nigüé
  • Baloggún Oggun Lagdé
  • Baloggún Oggún Toyó
  • Baloggún Ogunda Fumbo
  • Baloggún Ogunda Masa
  • Baloggún Oggún Bi
  • Baloggún Pedro Arango
  • Oló Oshosi Ordedei Candita
  • Oló Oshosi Miguel Oshosi
  • Oló Oshosi Ordelaí Miwá
  • Oló Oshosi Félix Oshosi Ordelé
  • Oló Oshosi Manuela Oshosi (Madrina de Lamberto)
  • Oló Oyá Taggerdé
  • Oló Oyá Oyaddina Habana Paz (La Pastoriza)
  • Oló Oyá Funké Andrea Soler
  • Oló Oyá Oyá Ladé
  • Oló Oyá Addé Egun
  • Oló Oshún Ade Waro Oshún
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Bi
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Miwá
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Larí Carlos Menéndez, (Carlos la Vená)
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Kaiogdé
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Nike
  • Oló Oshún Okan Tomi
  • Oló Oshún Okan Lanké
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Gere Josefina Caballito
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Miwa Oyagboto
  • Oló Oshún Akué Etí Osun
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Alawedé
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Gumí
  • Oló Oshún Oshún Ladé
  • Oló Oshún Oló Oshún Ade María Justa Cárdenas
  • Oló Oshún Oló Oshún Ade Magín Luis Santa María Hernández
  • Oní Yemayá María Menéndez, María Towá
  • Oní Yemayá Omó Larí
  • Oní Yemayá Oki Kio María Carballo (Abuela María)
  • Oní Yemayá Olómigdara Catalina
  • Oní Yemayá Tinomio Juname Margo Santo Sano
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Toké Susana Cantero
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Toké Aida
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Toké Chicho
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Akeré
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Yomí
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Lamá Ñengo
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Yaya Aurelia Mora
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Saya
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Yale Patricio Carbo
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Yale Alejandro Leal
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Yoyagde
  • Oní Yemayá Ogún Fu Mito, Rosa la africana
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Diero Armando Veguería
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Diero Tatica
  • Oní Yemayá Asedina Valeria Regueiro
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Saindé Armando Paredes (Yeyo)
  • Oní Yemayá Omí Tolú Yeyo
  • Oní Yemayá Osha Bi Fermina Gómez
  • Oní Yemayá Osha Bi Ma Monserrate
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Matoleyí Africano
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Ma Francisca Elegguase (madre de Pilar Fresneda)
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Marcelina Samá Ananú
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Goyo El Cartero
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Edun Elese Vivian Pinillo
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Edashi Ofun Sa
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Pilar Fresneda Matoleyí Oló Mina Bororo
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) San Superato Pilar Fresneda (Madre de Bartoló Iroso Fumbo)
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Lina Afrimaye
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Belerio
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Margó Santosano Tinomio Ojunami
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Matilde (Tina)
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Abuelito Gerbasio Blanco Jasoñaña Abakuá Orú
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Victor Quemafo
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Negrito
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Tina
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Irete Oturá
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Manzano Jasoñaña
  • Osafalú Tojunsa Kumban (Asowanu) Oló Oshún Ade Magín Luis Santa María Hernández
  • Oní Shangó Oba Tolá
  • Oní Shangó Obadina
  • Oní Shangó Obayoko
  • Oní Shangó Odadí Meyi (fue el que trajo Agayú a Cuba,)
  • Oní Shangó Barawoshe
  • Oní Shangó Shangó Larí
  • Oní Shangó Ogbabí
  • Oní Shangó Oba Lobí
  • Oní Shangó Oba Tuké
  • Oní Shangó Ayaí Latuan Timotea Beal
  • Oní Shangó Oba Yimí
  • Oní Shangó Julio Meye
  • Oní Shangó Ilú Banké
  • Oní Shangó Oba Jesí
  • Oní Shangó Pedro Money Amarales
  • Oló Obatalá Oyeyeí
  • Oló Obatalá Baba Funké
  • Oló Obatalá Olufan Deí
  • Oló Obatalá Oddufora
  • Oló Obatalá Ewin Letí Tomás Romero
  • Oló Obatalá Ewin Letí Liberato Valdés
  • Oló Obatalá Alagbamí Aracelio Iglesias
  • Oló Obatalá Ewin Yowí Candita La Matancera
  • Oló Obatalá Odun Rena
  • Oló Obatalá Ofun Moyiwa
  • Oló Obatalá Ewin Tonaldé
  • Oló Obatalá Ewin Niwe
  • Oló Obatalá Ewin Migde
  • Oló Obatalá Oddu Fe
  • Oló Obatalá Oshainle
  • Oló Obatalá Eggunñé Merceditas
  • Oló Obatalá Ashó Rosa Amelia Valdés Medina Odu Bi
  • Oló Obatalá Ewin Lagde José Luis Sánchez Freidez
  • Iñó Carlos Adé Bí Ojuani Boka
  • Iñó Filomeno García Atandá Ifá Bí Omó Odun Ifá Baba Eyiogbe
  • Iñó Jacinto Fernández Bramoso Oluwo Oka Indé Ogbe Tua Nilara
  • Iñó Remigio Herrera Adé Shina Obara Meyi
  • Iñó José Akonkó Oluguere Oyekun Meyi
  • Iñó Norberto Noriega
  • Tata Gaitán Ogunda Fumbo
  • Ramón Febles Ogbe Tua
  • José Antonio Ariosa Ogbe Tua Nilara
  • Asunción Villalonga Ogunda Masá. Oló Obatalá
  • Miguel Febles Odi Ka
  • Cornelio Vidal
  • Manolo Ibañes
  • Jacinto Bezto
  • Carlos Argudin
  • Félix Pulido
  • Aurelio Estrada Babel Baba Eyiogbe
  • Feliberto Ofarril
  • Juan Angulo Ogbe Tua
  • Secundino Angarica
  • Guillermo Castro Ogbe She Ashagdé
  • Bernabé Menocal Baba Eyiogbe
  • Raúl Días Días (Empegó de Efí Abakuá)
  • Bartolo Fresneda Iroso Fun
  • Victor Abuela Otrupon Sa
  • Felito (Rafael) Baba Eyiogbe
  • Cheché Ojuani Alakentú
  • Cundo Sevilla
  • Alfredo Rivero, Otrupon Ogbe Konwa (Alfredo el violinista)
  • Quintín García Otura Niko (hermano de Marcos García Ifá Lolá, Ekori Abakuá)
  • Bernardo Rojas Irete Teterdí (Padre de Bernardito Rojas Oshe Paure)
  • Julio Sánchez Rivolta (Julio Espíritu) Inso Tolda
  • Secundino Crucé Osa Loforbeyó
  • Joaquín Salazar (Joaquinito) Osa Loforbeyó
  • Orestes Sánchez Osa Loforbeyó
  • Manolo Mirra Osa Loforbeyó
  • Florentino Ajuria Osa Loforbeyó
  • Eusebio Ladesma Ika Meyi
  • Arturo Peña Otrupon Obara Ife
  • Mario Mendoza Otura She (hijastro de Babel y Ahijado suyo)
  • El Negro Osa Rete
  • Oní Yemayá Osvaldo Santa María Hernández omó oddun Ifa Ogbetua Mora, Oní Omí Lara
  • Victor el ciego Omó Alá añá.
  • Papito Osa Rete
  • Raúl Peña Osa Rete
  • Pedro Pablo Pérez Rodríguez Ogbe Yono
  • Benito Rodríguez González Oshe Paure
  • Atanasio Torres Iroso Tolda
  • Miguel Yznaga El Tigre
  • Jesús Torregosa
  • María Antoñica Fines
  • Nicolás Angarica
  • Pedro Arango
 
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