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Reclaiming Our Time: A Black History Month Lecture Series

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The New York African Chorus Ensemble in partnership with the Healing and Teaching Temple of African Faith Int’l would like to invite you to "Reclaiming Our Time", A Black History Month Lecture Series by Chief Dr. Sola Atanda.


Topic: Reclaiming our African heritage in a world that seems as if we don't matter.

Date: Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Time: 6pm to 8pm

Location: The Harlem Collective 1867 Amsterdam Avenue, Harlem NY 10031

Donation: $15


Topic: How Relevant is African Spirituality in today's world?

Date: Sunday, February 10, 2019

Time: 1pm to 3pm

Location: The Harlem Collective 1867 Amsterdam Avenue, Harlem NY 10031

Donation: $15


Topic: Addressing Mental Illness through the lens of African Spiritual Science.

Date: Wednesday February 13, 2019

Time: 6pm to 8pm

Location: The Harlem Collective 1867 Amsterdam Avenue, Harlem NY 10031

Donation: $15


Topic: What are your child's "Invisible Playmates" trying to tell you?

Date: Saturday, Februaury 16, 2019

Time: 6pm-8pm

Location: The Harlem Collective 1867 Amsterdam Avenue, Harlem NY 10031

Donation: $15


Ifa/Osun festival

Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019

Time: 5pm - until

Location: The Harlem Collective 1867 Amsterdam Avenue, Harlem NY 10031

Free


Topic: Love and relationships: How to choose the right partner using African Spiritual Science.

Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019.

Time: 6pm-8pm

Location: The Harlem Collective 1867 Amsterdam Avenue, Harlem NY 10031

Donation: $15


Topic: General Q&A: Bring your questions.

Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Time: 6pm-8pm

Location: The Harlem Collective 1867 Amsterdam Avenue, Harlem NY 10031

Donation: $25

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**Please call 347-938-9335 to schedule Readings, Venerations of Ifa/Orisa,
Spiritual Cleansing of body/home/office or finding out who your Orisa is.**



High Chief Priest Dr. Ifabenusola Atanda was born in Osogbo, Nigeria. In addition to his western education which culminated in a PhD in Metaphysics, he was trained and educated in the traditional African religion of the Yoruba people by the late Araba of Lagos, Chief Ifasina Agboola. He holds numerous prestigious titles in Yorubaland some of which are: Aare Alasa of Osogbo, i.e., the President of the Defenders of the City of Osogbo; Asiwaju Awo Agbaye by His Royal Majesty Oba Sijuade, Asiwaju Awo of Lagos and Lagos State by the Araba of Lagos, Chief Ifasina Agboola and His Royal Majesty, Oba Adeyinka Oyekan of Lagos. As Asiwaju Awo, High Priest Dr. Atanda serves as the “mouthpiece,” pathfinder, and leader of all priests and priestesses around the world. Chief Atanda currently serves as the National President and Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the ANCIENT RELIGION SOCIETIES OF AFRICAN DESCENDANTS INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL (ARSADIC), the Global umbrella body for all African Traditional Religious organizations in Nigeria and the diaspora, where his Royal Majesty the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi is the Chairman of the Board.

“Through these workshops and all of the seminars I convene and the ceremonies I perform, I try to educate people about traditional Yoruba religion and culture and the Ifá spiritual system so that they can grow in understanding about their own relationship to the one God and to the Orisa. In the Yoruba language the one God is called Olódùmarè. At the root of Yoruba religion is the idea that all of God’s Creations are One.


****Ifá is the ancient literary corpus and divination system that is as old as the world. Ifa is the esoteric language of God and the encyclopedia of creation. It was not authored by any man but passed orally and practically from God to Orunmila; a diety and then to mankind. Ifa is God!


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1867 Amsterdam Avenue Unit 1A

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New York, NY 10031

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