Archive for January 10th, 2014

YORUBA!-ASE !-SEE HOW THIS YORUBA WORD HAS ENTERED THE VOCABULARY OF BLACKS IN AMERICA,the CARRIBBEAN,CUBA,.BRAZIL,SOUTH AMERICA ! -FROM SANCOPHA LEAGUE on Facebook!

January 10, 2014

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SanCopha League with Aina Olukayode and 2 others
Its a cultural word you will see from time to time on different social networks and not everyone may know what it means. Àsẹ originated from the Yoruba Tribe in Nigeria and is considered to be a tangible force that resides in all things, a spiritual energy that exists in humans, animals, plants, stones, rivers, mountains and other natural phenomena. Now More commonly used to give Power and Encouragement to make a difference in areas that you want to. SanCopha!

Written By: @Champion_Us

‪#‎SanCophaLeague‬ ‪#‎Àsẹ‬ ‪#‎Yoruba‬ ‪#‎Nigeria‬ ‪#‎Knowledge‬ ‪#‎Power‬ @@@@@@@@@@@@@
CORRECTION on PRONOUNSATION-Kolade Kolla Ogunbayode commented on your photo in Learn Yorùbá in London (MKYCC).Kolade Kolla Ogunbayode1:28am Jan 19 It should be Aṣẹ “ah-sheh”, the “e” sounds like “eh” as in “egg”.

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Other Comments on the MEANING OF ASE!

AdEGBOYEGA SHAMSIDEEN THOMPSON-
The power and by the authority of all the Orisa, as well as our Great Ancestors, to make things happen, with our mouths, especially as it may be, either way–that of positive and negative energy of Esu Elegbara (“Esu Elegba”/”Elegua”). We should bear it mind that Esu rewards us ,accordingly!

THIS BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY IS A. PERFECT EXAMPLE OF HOW TO SAVE OUR BLACK YOUTH in amerikkka-HOMESCHOOL THEM OR SET UP A BLACK SCHOOL for them like WE DID when I WAS in amerikkka! -FROM VALUABLE INFORMATION 15 on FACEBOOK!

January 10, 2014

FROM FACEBOOK-Valuable information 15
“Autum Ashante” from the Bronx, NY was accepted at the University of Connecticut at the age of 13 to study medicine. Totally home schooled, she could read at 2 years old, and by the time she was 3, she was writing and performing poetry. By age 8, Autum had an IQ of 149, she also speaks Swahili, Arabic and Spanish


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