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<h1>Ibeji</h1> The sacred appearance and birth of twins The Ibeji are a fascinating phenomena that surface primarily

in Yoruba land. 4.5% of the Ibeji born in the world are born in Yoruba-land. The Ibeji are gateways for perpetual manifesting of anything they agree too. Similar to the number 11 or the concept of the twin towers, the Ibeji represent passages and gateways to new realities and even alternate realms. Ibeji's share a soul, or ORI. They are the balance of created matter. One Ibeji holds the energy for the human personality and the other holds the energy for the spiritual personality. So, each twin needs the other and can not function with balance, without the other. <h3>Erin Ibeji</h3> The sacred statues that are created for the purposes of housing the energy and earthly vibration of each Ibeji twin is vital to the sustaining and health of an Ibeji child couple. The Ibeji dolls are laden with Jewelry and cowry shells in order to provide the weight and attraction to keep their souls on earth. These fetishes are cared for just as the flesh Ibeji is, especially in the case of the death of one of the twins. The Ibeji are similar to the Marassa and the Gemini. In this they are not only the representation of one idea placed into two vessels but, they are like the Marassa lovers/twins in that they posses the power to produce anything they join to do. Due to this twins, in ancient Yoruba were seen as either a great asset to a village or a possible curse. Twins were placated and kept as content as doable so, that whatever they would create would be of a benefit to those around them. Twins have the power to bring total destruction or absolute construction. <h3> The Book of Thomas</h3> Thomas means twin. In many circles it is said that Thomas was the twin of Jesus, the Christ. In this book of scripture we are taught about the dual nature of people and how the acquisition of true enlightenment comes from search the light within. We are taught about the presence of our own spiritual twin, or doppleganger, and the responsibility of each of our twin halves. This book of Christian scripture mirrors the Yoruba calculations of the sacred energy of the twins. <h3>For more information on the Ibeji, The Book of Thomas, and the meaning of twin births listen to the BlogtalkRadio show on Ibeji here:</h3> http://www.blogtalkradio.com/enlightenmentandtransformation/2013/05/24/ibeji-and-the-book-ofthomas <iframe width="400" height="370" src="http://player.cinchcast.com/? show_id=4744425&platformId=1&assetType=single" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe><div style="font-size: 10px;text-align: center; width:400px;"> Listen to <a href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com">internet radio</a> with <a href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/enlightenmentandtransformation">Enlightenment Transformation</a> on BlogTalkRadio</div> <h4>If you want to learn about the Ibeji and other Orisha energies enroll in the ANU Spiritual Training course today!</h4>
<h1>Ibeji</h1> The sacred appearance and birth of twins.<br>

The Ibeji are a fascinating phenomena that surface primarily in Yoruba land. 4.5% of the Ibeji born in the world are born in Yoruba-land.<br> The Ibeji are gateways for perpetual manifesting of anything they agree too. Similar to the number 11 or the concept of the twin towers, the Ibeji represent passages and gateways to new realities and even alternate realms.<br> Ibeji's share a soul, or ORI. They are the balance of created matter. One Ibeji holds the energy for the human personality and the other holds the energy for the spiritual personality. So, each twin needs the other and can not function with balance, without the other. <br> <h3>Erin Ibeji</h3> The sacred statues that are created for the purposes of housing the energy and earthly vibration of each Ibeji twin is vital to the sustaining and health of an Ibeji child couple. The Ibeji dolls are laden with Jewelry and cowry shells in order to provide the weight and attraction to keep their souls on earth. These fetishes are cared for just as the flesh Ibeji is, especially in the case of the death of one of the twins.<br> The Ibeji are similar to the Marassa and the Gemini. In this they are not only the representation of one idea placed into two vessels but, they are like the Marassa lovers/twins in that they posses the power to produce anything they join to do. Due to this twins, in ancient Yoruba were seen as either a great asset to a village or a possible curse. Twins were placated and kept as content as doable so, that whatever they would create would be of a benefit to those around them. Twins have the power to bring total destruction or absolute construction. <br> <h4>If you want to learn about the Ibeji and other Orisha energies enroll in the ANU Spiritual Training course today!</h4> <img src="/OR/images/orisha-training/Orisha Training.png" alt="Orisha Course" title="Orisha Course" /> <br> <h3> The Book of Thomas</h3> Thomas means twin. In many circles it is said that Thomas was the twin of Jesus, the Christ.<br> In this book of scripture we are taught about the dual nature of people and how the acquisition of true enlightenment comes from search the light within. We are taught about the presence of our own spiritual twin, or doppleganger, and the responsibility of each of our twin halves. This book of Christian scripture mirrors the Yoruba calculations of the sacred energy of the twins.<br> <h3>For more information on the Ibeji, The Book of Thomas, and the meaning of twin births listen to the BlogtalkRadio show on Ibeji here:</h3> <iframe width="400" height="370" src="http://player.cinchcast.com/? show_id=4744425&platformId=1&assetType=single" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe><div style="font-size: 10px;text-align: center; width:400px;"> Listen to <a href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com">internet radio</a> with <a href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/enlightenmentandtransformation">Enlightenment Transformation</a> on BlogTalkRadio</div> <div class="cmp_buttons_container" style="height:40px;"><div id="fbroot"></div><div class="cmp_like_container" style="float:left;margin:10px;"><fb:like href="http://orishareligion.com/OR/index.php/the-orisha/the-ibeji" layout="button_count" show_faces="true" send="true" width="" action="like" font="arial" colorscheme="light"></fb:like> </div><div class="cmp_share_container" style="float:right;margin:10px;"><script>function fbs_click2146203428() {FB.ui({

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