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Ala is the Ibo Fertility Goddess of the earth. The Ibo people of Nigeria call

Though known as Agbala when considered an aspect of Chukwu, the Earth itself has a personification of its own by the name of Ala. Ala, the goddess of the ...

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Ala (also known as Ani, Ana, Ale, and Ali in varying Igbo dialects) is the female Alusi (deity) of the earth, morality, death, and fertility in Odinani.

“Ala's shrine is at the center of a village, people offer sacrifices at planting, first fruits, and harvest. In the Owerri region, building called Mbari ...

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Ala; Igbo Goddess of the Earth and Fertility

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Ala is the earth goddess of the Igbo people of Nigeria. Ala is responsible for morality and fertility and the dead ancestors who are stored in the ...

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You can't tell it by the weather, but the Spring Equinox is around the corner. The temperature is rising and it is causing our Mother Earth to wake up and ...

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Alusi is a spirit worshipped and served in the Igbo region.

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Ala (also known as Ani, Ana, Ale, and Ali in varying Igbo dialects) is the Earth Mother Goddess; female Alusi (deity) of the earth, morality, death, ...

Artefact from Anatolia Hittite Empire. Ala is the Ibo Fertility Goddess of the earth.

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“Chi m le kwee – O wuru si o wuni mere ihea, amadioha magbukwe m” (My god please see- If it is true that I did this thing, let Amadioha Kill me).

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... Igbo pantheon are Ala, Igwe, Anyanwu, and Amadioha (or Kamalu); other less important Alusi exist after these, some depending on the community.

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... Igbo Pantheon. Really fascinated that so many of them are female. Feel free to add any others you know that are not on the list. 1st off, ALA/ANI ...

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Taboos and crimes among Igbo communities that are against the standard of Ani are called nsọ Ani. All ground is considered 'Holy land' as it is Ani herself.

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Despite proximity to a culture that literally saw human life as an affront to god, the Igbo people have one of the most mellow outlooks on the world to be ...

Take it up with your ancestors then.

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The first god/goddess is ALA also known as Ani, Ale, Ana, is the female Alusi (deity) of the Earth, Morality, Death, Creativity and Fertility in Igbo ...

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Earth's essence—omnipresent, sacred, fertile, generative, nurturing, law-giving—as interpreted in Igbo thought and action, is nature, and at the same time, ...

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Earth's essence—omnipresent, sacred, fertile, generative, nurturing, law-giving—as interpreted in Igbo thought and action, is nature, and at the same time, ...

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Earth's essence—omnipresent, sacred, fertile, generative, nurturing, law-giving—as interpreted in Igbo thought and action, is nature, and at the same time, ...

Sculpture of the African water deity Mami Wata. Nigeria (Igbo). 1950s. Wood, pigment. Original in the Minneapolis Institute of Art

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A wooden sculpture of Ikenga, an Igbo deity, presently in the British Museum.

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In the past,only a few men and women lived on the earth. Thick forests, seas and trees covered other parts of the universe. The big trees became the abode ...

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