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Brésil Candomblé: Oxé de Xangô

Brésil Candomblé: Oxé de Xangô

H.I.M Empress Shebah Sai 'Ra - Queen Shebah lll, Nubia-Sheba Nations Imperial Matriarch and Federation of Kingdoms and Thrones of the African Continent Kingdoms Federation, in 2008 Cote d'Ivoire inter-Kingdoms visit, media interview, with Cabinet and Royal Court.

H.I.M Empress Shebah Sai 'Ra - Queen Shebah lll, Nubia-Sheba Nations Imperial Matriarch and Federation of Kingdoms and Thrones of the African Continent Kingdoms Federation, in 2008 Cote d'Ivoire inter-Kingdoms visit, media interview, with Cabinet and Royal Court.

1930 Gana: Um jovem rei Otumfuo Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, Rei de Asante

1930 Gana: Um jovem rei Otumfuo Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, Rei de Asante

African Kings by International Photographer James C. Lewis http://viberacine.fr/african-kings-stories-by-james-c-lewis/http://www.noire3000studios.com/https://twitter.com/Noire3000 https://instagram.com/noire3000/https://www.facebook.com/noire3000  These are glorious  This is so dope!

African Kings by International Photographer James C. Lewis http://viberacine.fr/african-kings-stories-by-james-c-lewis/http://www.noire3000studios.com/https://twitter.com/Noire3000 https://instagram.com/noire3000/https://www.facebook.com/noire3000 These are glorious This is so dope!

His Royal Majesty Alayeluwa  Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Atanda Adeyemi III (Iku Baba Yeye), Alaafin of Oyo is the Permanent Chairman, Oyo State Council of Traditional Rulers. A former insurance executive, he became the 43rd Alaafin of Oyo in 1970. A well-learned man and a custodian of the Yoruba culture, he attended St Gregory’s College Lagos 1954-59 and remains one of the most influential monarchs in Nigeria.

His Royal Majesty Alayeluwa Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Atanda Adeyemi III (Iku Baba Yeye), Alaafin of Oyo is the Permanent Chairman, Oyo State Council of Traditional Rulers. A former insurance executive, he became the 43rd Alaafin of Oyo in 1970. A well-learned man and a custodian of the Yoruba culture, he attended St Gregory’s College Lagos 1954-59 and remains one of the most influential monarchs in Nigeria.

King Peggy, King of Otuam, Ghana.  (YES, people...KING P-E-G-G-Y!)  American woman becomes King: http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/31/world/africa/king-peggy-otuam-ghana

King Peggy, King of Otuam, Ghana. (YES, people...KING P-E-G-G-Y!) American woman becomes King: http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/31/world/africa/king-peggy-otuam-ghana

OBA JOSEPH ADEKOLA OGUNOYE Olowo of Owo Nigeria  Six hundred years ago, Olowo, the King, fell in love with Orensen, a very beautiful woman. Unfortunately for the King, she was a goddess who could not live with a human. She was forbidden to see women pounding spices, draw water, or throw a bundle of wood to the ground.

Daniel Laine's Fantastic Work on African Kings

OBA JOSEPH ADEKOLA OGUNOYE Olowo of Owo Nigeria Six hundred years ago, Olowo, the King, fell in love with Orensen, a very beautiful woman. Unfortunately for the King, she was a goddess who could not live with a human. She was forbidden to see women pounding spices, draw water, or throw a bundle of wood to the ground.

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