Black People : ERVERH - True Identity of African-Americans & Black Caribbeans

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    Have you heard the name "Erverh" before?

    That is the name of your ancestors. That is not all. Knowledge of what the name means hides the secret of our real identity that explains all the suffering black people go through daily.

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    Ive heard of the Eveh (erveh), Bini, Fon. Have you heard of Ipele Fa?
     
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    Hi Sekhemu,

    The Bini, the Fon, including the Ipele are all Erverh. What separates them are individual dialects that are closely related. Because of the difference in dialect most people don't realize these are the same people. During the time of the Slave Trade, the Erverh people occupied the area known as the Slave Coast, now divided into four countries namely Easten Ghana, Togo, Benin (Dahomey) and present day southern half of Nigeria. When you look past the recent boundaries imposed on Africa in 1844, you have one people, the Erverh nation from whom the bulk of the slaves taken to the Americas were from.
     
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    Hi Sekhemu, the Ipele are a people in Nigeria. "Fa" on the other hand is a word which means divination in both Yoruba and Erverh (Ewe). For example we have 'Fa' or 'Afa' in countries like Ghana and Togo and it is a form of divination. In Dahomey and Nigeria among the Yorua the name is 'Ifa,' which also is a form of divination.

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    Hetep sekhemu could u expound on this a Lil more please learning from u as usual..
     
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    Hey Mr Goodman, you only want to hear of your ancestry from sekhemu! What about me? :eek:

    LOL!
     
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    What is the reference for this, and if this is about Hebrews in West Africa, is the King James Bible used as a reference?
     
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    Brotha Energy I dont know if you are aware of it by have initiated into both Egbe Ogun and Ifa.
     
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    Certainly

    Ipele Fa is form of d'afa employed by Babalawo Olodu to help provide priests and aborisa/aleyo a focal point and greater in-depth understanding of ancetral debt.

    This method of divination takes years of training.
     
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