Black Spirituality Religion : Yoruba royalty.

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    Do you know any African royalty, African Americans speak of themselves as being Kings and Queens but there are real Kings and Queens in Africa, do you know any real royalty in the Motherland? Do you know any here in America that also need to be recognized and revered?
     
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    Axosu Agelo Agbovi I of Ganlodo Kingdom

    Oba Adefunmi II of Oyotunji African Village

    Oosalase Ifanduguwa Efundeji El and Orisayomi Ifanrewaju Zannu Efundeji Bey of The United Nations of Ifa Orisha Vodun

    Does anyone know who is the new Omanhene since the passing of Nana Kimati Dinizulu?
     
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    The title of this thread is confusing. Not all Afrikan royalty are Yoruba so which are you asking for?
     
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    I honor Yoruba first but all others will be honored. Thanks. How do you post pictures, maybe someone can post their pictures.
     
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    The most powerful King on earth,
    His Imperial Majesty
    Alayeluwa Oba Okunade Sijuwade

    King of the Southern Hemisphere, King of Kings, Obatala's representative on Earth,

    http://images.search.yahoo.com/imag...igi=1271k5g3v&.crumb=GeeZ1W36foX&fr=yfp-t-900

    The royal princess of Ife, very, very beautiful darkskin lady, she has recently married, her and her husband reside in the U.S.
    http://images.search.yahoo.com/imag...igi=131sb1flf&.crumb=GeeZ1W36foX&fr=yfp-t-900

    Another picture of a real queen.

    http://images.search.yahoo.com/imag...igi=11kqp0tie&.crumb=GeeZ1W36foX&fr=yfp-t-900
     
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    Over 60% of the Africans enslaved in America in the 1800s came from the Yoruba Kingdoms and from Dahomey the younger Kingdom of Benin that pays homage to the holy Oba of Ife, His Imperial Majesty
    Alayeluwa Oba Okunade Sijuwade.
     
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    Over 60%?

    Sources please.
     
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    I though it was common knowledge so I was quoting it as a reminder of fact but I will provide a source for you.
     
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    No. It's not common knowledge. It's a matter of debate. For example, there are some who state that about 70% who were brought to Virginia were Igbo. Some state the majority of earlier Afrikans came from Kongo. And The Oyo empire and Fon were notorious slave raiders and traders. Therefore, it's not accurate to state the majority of Afrikans who were slaves were Yoruba.

    They were most likely captured and sold by the Yoruba and Fon.
     
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