DIASPORA RITUAL ARTS
BOTANICA BOOKSTORE/LIBRERIA CD STORE INSTRUMENTS
256 ODU OF IFÁ IN ENGLISH!
of the Odus of Ifá
*Hardbound in Leather
*Acid Free Paper for conservation
1 August 2002 from Folkcuba.com!
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explores Afro-cuban art, religion and history. The Eguin Kolade Gallery
displays hand made, unique objects by artists of the Afro-Cuban religious
traditions. Included are altar objects or replicas, and paintings and
sculpture representing these traditions. The Store offers for sale gallery
pieces, cermonial objects, botanica supplies, Osha-Ifa books, music,
and authentic instruments, such as Lukumi, Palo, and Abakua drums, all
produced in Cuba. In the future, the Archive will display documents
and images concerning Afro-Cuban and Black Atlantic history.
Aurora Lamar (Oba T'ola, aka La China de Maximillano), founder
of the "Pimienta" (sub) rama of Havana's Barrio Atare.
La Pimienta has its root in Apoto Belen Gonzalez.
Victor Patricio de Landaluze, El Ñáñigo,
lithograph, c.11x9", from Landaluze's Típos y Costumbres
de La Isla de Cuba, 1881.
L.L.C. and U.S. Laws
and Conditions of Use
Adechina Ño Remigio Herrera (Obara Meyi),
a Yoruba babalawo (c.1811-1905) who arrived in Cuba c.1830,
was a principal founder of Ifa in Havana and Matanzas, Regla's
Cabildo of Yemaya, and the sacred bata drum tradition.
Ibaye Ibaye Timoyen Tonu
All color photography and unquoted
explanatory text © Copyright 2000 David H. Brown; All rights reserved.