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The writer when living in Yorubaland found that worship of the people showed belief in Spiritual beings of various types, falling properly into four distinct classes, viz (A) a Supreme Deity, Olorun by Name; (B) a large class of Lesser Gods, or Orishas, their number being variously stated as 201 or 401 by their babalawos, or priests, but probably comprising over 600; (C) t ...more
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Published January 1st 1996 by Athelia Henrietta PR
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