Recall that Igbodefender.com has been emphasizing in various articles over the years that the first Igbos have a Judeo-Nubian (Egyptian) origin. And today, we will look at those ancient connections with the Jews and Nubian Egyptians from the prism of substitutional atonement, a religious practice known to both cultures.
Iguaro Ndigbo is the Igbo New Year’s Day. Just as the Chinese have their own New Years Day, the Igbos have theirs. On the Day of Iguaro Ndigbo, the lunar calender of the Igbos is launched. Iguaro is held in Nri, which s part if the ancestral area of the Igbos – that is, the… Continue reading Iguaro Ndigbo: The Igbo Lunar New Year
Obatala is known as the Sky Father of the Igbos who were the Aborigines of Ile Ife. He was the priest-king of these Lucumis.
“It is more of an academic centre where you could study the origin of Igbo due to the display of relevant paraphernalia of ancient kings of Nri kingdom. “This also informs how Ndigbo are contained with their democratic communal leadership and war tools in ancient days with over 5,000 artefacts.” – General Overseer of Liberation… Continue reading About Odinani Museum Which Contains Over 5000 Igbo Artifacts!
We have been telling you that the title Oba has Igbo origin. It was first used by the Obatala royal family of the formerly Igbo town of Ile Ife in today’s Yorubaland. This was before the coming of Oduduwa The Great, who has established the Yoruba race. Remember that the book History Of The Igbo… Continue reading Oba as an originally Igbo title: Nri, the great Igbo kingdom has an Oba (we no tell you before?!)