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Yoruba religion and medicine in Ibadan
George Eaton Simpson
Bibliography: p. 194-195.
|Statement||by George E. Simpson.|
|LC Classifications||BL2480.Y6 S55 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 195 p., 26 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||81175207|
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The Yoruba religion comprises the traditional religious and spiritual concepts and practices of the Yoruba homeland is in Southwestern Nigeria and the adjoining parts of Benin and Togo, a region that has come to be known as religion is formed of diverse traditions and has no single founder.
It has influenced or given birth to a Yoruba religion and medicine in Ibadan book of thriving traditions such as. According to the Yoruba of Western Nigeria, most illness is caused by the activity of germs or tiny worms in the body which can be either controlled or expelled by the judicious use of herbal medicine.
This book is an unusual account and analysis of a series of conversations with Yoruba herbalists about the nature of their craft. Buckley shows that Yoruba medicinal knowledge is systematically. The Yoruba Religious System. by Dr. Ade Dopamu, Professor of Religion. Moi University, Kenya. Introduction.
It is reported from Havana that the Roman Catholic Church claims that seventy per cent of Cuba's eleven-million people are Catholics. 1 This claim could easily be disputed in view of the pervasive influence of Afro-Caribbean religions in Cuba.
The word for head in Yoruba—ori—carries physical and spiritual connotations that cannot be ori defines the body; other parts of the body are answerable to it. The ori holds the body’s knowledge and is its destiny. Yoruba philosophy cannot exist without an a similar vein, Yoruba philosophy can be considered antecedent to Yoruba religion, in the same manner that every.
Yoruba religion and medicine in Ibadan book, Nigeria. Traditional medicine practices among the Yoruba eo plf N ig ra: h s tc v T em it op I. B r k n, Ibr ahim O. L Yoruba religion and medicine in Ibadan book l Abstract Often times, people ask questions about the origin and development of traditional medicine among the Yoruba people.
This paper attempts to unravel the historical development of Yoruba traditional Size: KB. Yoruba Religion and Medicine in Ibadan - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Simpson/5(45). Sot Sti. Med. Vol. 14A, pp. 23 to 29 Pergamon Press Ltd Printed m Great Britain TRADITIONAL MEDICINE AND ITS PRACTITIONERS AMONG THE YORUBA OF NIGERIA: A CLASSIFICATION* D.
OYEBOLA Department of Physiology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Abstract--Nigeria, hke many other developing countries, suffers from severe shortage of Western-trained health by: Akin-Otiko A. () Ifá Divination: A Method of Diagnosing and Treating Chronic Illnesses/Àmódi among Yoruba People.
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The Yoruba were much involved in these efforts since education had a long tradition among them. The first university in Nigeria—established in –48 and originally called University College, Ibadan—was located in a Yoruba city. (After independence, it was renamed the University of Ibadan.) The majority of students at Ibadan are Yoruba.
Surveys previous works on Yoruba religion and outlines a typology of beliefs, as well as offers an interpretation of religious rites as elements of sacrificial system. This serious study gives valuable material for other approaches to religion-comparative, scientific and theological in addition to providing a point of reference for further studies of socio-religious change and a glimpse into.
The Yoruba religion comprises the traditional religious and spiritual concepts and practices of the Yoruba people. Its homeland is in present-day Southwestern Nigeria and the adjoining parts of Benin and Togo, commonly known as Yorubaland.
Yoruba religion is formed of diverse traditions. It has influenced a host of thriving traditions such as Santería, Umbanda, Trinidad Orisha, and Candomblé.
Oshun, also spelled Osun, an orisha (deity) of the Yoruba people of southwestern is commonly called the river orisha, or goddess, in the Yoruba religion and is typically associated with water, purity, fertility, love, and is considered one of the most powerful of all orishas, and, like other gods, she possesses human attributes such as vanity, jealousy, and spite.
Nigeria: West African Book Publishers Limited. Lagos Nigeria.  George and Thompson, () Yoruba Religion and Medicine in Ibadan. Ibadan University press, Nigeria.  Idowu E. B., Olodumare God in Yoruba Belief () London. Longman Green and Co. Ltd.  Jordan, M.
Art and Divination among Chokwe, Lunda, Luvale and Related Author: Sanda Francis Ademola, Oladokun Taiwo Olaniyi. The first part of the book describes the origin and history of Yoruba religion practiced by African Americans.
Clarke traces the movement of orisa religious practices from the collapse of the Oyo. Wande Abimbola, “Notes on Collection, Transcription, Translation and Analysis of Yoruba Oral Literature”, Yoruba Language and Literature, A.
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The book includes a companion website with audio clips of the Yoruba language, helping the reader better grasp the integral connection between art and language in Yoruba culture. Reviews 'Yoruba Art and Language: Seeking the African in African Art provides a seminal and authoritative work pertaining to Yoruba art and languages of by: history of yoruba land Download history of yoruba land or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Yoruba Medicine – History The medical traditions of the Yoruba people of western Nigeria developed within a culture that deeply respects and venerates orishas, or gods of the Yoruba, were former ancestors such as Oduduwa, the legendary ancestor of all Yoruba people, and his son Ogun.
Ejiwapo: The Dialectics of Twoness in Yoruba Art and Culture. by Babatunde Lawal [FIGURE 1 OMITTED] The notion that reality has two aspects (i.e., spirit/matter, visible/invisible, male/female, good/evil, essence/ existence) is a universal and ancient phenomenon.
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The Yoruba people (Yorùbá in Yoruba orthography) are one of the largest ethnic groups in West majority of the Yoruba speak the Yoruba language (Yoruba: èdèe Yorùbá; èdè).The Yoruba constitute between 30 and 50 million individuals  throughout West Africa and are found predominantly in Nigeria and make up around 21% of its population.
. The Yoruba share borders with the Borgu (variously called "Baruba" and "Borgawa") in the northwest; the Nupe (whom they often call "Tapa") and Ebira in the north; and the Edo, the Ẹsan, and the Afemai to the southeast.
The Igala and other related groups are found in the northeast, and the Egun, Fon, and others in the Itsekiri, who live in the north-west Niger delta, are closely.
The Notion of ‘Were’ in Yoruba Conception respectively showed that their divorce or separation came after treatment. Both hospitals are located in a Yoruba town of Abeokuta. More than percent of the in-mates are Yoruba.
However, percent and 0 percent respectively did not mention whether divorce or separation took place or not. The Yoruba Cultural Construction Of Health And Illness phenomenon is a carrier of the divine. God is the source and the ultimate controller of the vital forces, but the deities are the intermediaries between man and God.
A few human beings are endowed with the knowledge and ability toFile Size: 83KB. Encyclopedia of the Yoruba. Indiana University Press, magic and medicine is one of the cardinal structures of Yorùbá religion. Therefore, we cannot discuss magic without a clear understanding of religion. The African world is an agitated world.
Since the dawn of con-Cited by: 1. PRE-COLONIAL RELATIONS AMONG THE YORUBAS' IN NIGERIA - The Yoruba stretch on the West from around the area of Badagry to Warri and Inland until they almost reach the Niger around latitude 9oN.
Indeed, certain parts of the Niger formed the boundary between it and : Chrisantus Oden. Slave-trade grouped African people together into different categories. Loose ethnic or local descriptions were used for people of the same origin, like Ewe/Fon-speaking slaves from the area of the city Alada in today's Republic of Benin became registered as “Arara” at.
Author(s): Simpson,George Eaton, Title(s): Yoruba religion and medicine in Ibadan/ by George E. Simpson. Country of Publication: Nigeria Publisher. Yoruba Traditional Beliefs and Practices in Ilorin before Islam The Pre-Islamic Yoruba Religion In Yoruba cosmogony, it is believed that God is Supreme, Immanent, Creator, Unique etc., but He is too great to be approached directly.
So, they take to divinities that they see. The Yoruba are traditionally a pdf religious people, and pdf today pluralistic in their religious convictions. The Yoruba are one of the more religiously diversified ethnic groups in Africa.
Many Yorubas can be found in different types of Christian denominations. Many others are Muslims, as well as practitioners of the traditional Yoruba religion.Yoruba people are a large ethno-linguistic group or ethnic nation in Africa, and the majority of them speak the Yoruba language.
The Yoruba constitute approximately 35 percent of Nigeria’s total population, and around 40 million individuals throughout the region of West Africa.It’s very obvious you ebook igbo, all igbos who claims to be Israelite have ebook opposing view to yorubas being Israelite, u fortunately you all don’t have the license to discard yorubas as being Israelites because there’s no proof stating igbos are Israelite other than being enslaved in U.S but don’t forget yorubas were also the nslaved in U.S, South America, Portugal and the Caribbeans.