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Alafia, and Happy Holidays everyone! So pleased to introduce Aminat Oladipo:
A dreamer since childhood, Aminat had numerous supernatural experiences, so it was only natural that she was instantly drawn to the deep symbolism present in western oracle systems (such as tarot). In 2010, a series of life-changing events brought her back to her indigenous roots, and the rich symbolism of Yoruba (west African) culture. She created the Iyami Oracle to showcase the triple goddess archetype in Yoruba culture and to bridge the gap between West African and western spiritualist communities.
In this episode we learn about what inspired her artistic masterpiece: “The Iyami Oracle Deck,” and we then use the cards to do a 2023 reading! Since I am in the process of becoming a lawyer, I made my “nature based ministry” podcasts PAID as to keep my FREE podcasts more professional. So listen while you can to this (I will switch the episode to “paid” in a month or two like the others), and if you want to listen to all the shows consider a subscription for the cost of a coffee to support my ministry. -Baba J
Iyami Aje is a Yoruba term of respect and endearment used to describe a woman of African ancestry who is considered to be an Aje, a woman who wields myriad arcane creative biological, spiritual, and cosmic powers. -wikipedia
Iyami Oracle Deck
To explore our Triple Goddess Archetype and other Female Orisas through Hand-Painted Illustrations
a 44-card deck embodying Iyami Osoronga and ancient Yoruba symbolism. these are the foundation of the west African Orisa and Ifa paleoscience. Each card is a full-size illustration, designed and commissioned by Aminat and painted by local Nigerian artists who are entrenched within the culture.
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Is the legal system helping Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other blockchain and web3 entrepreneurs in innovation in America?
Ha, what a funny question! Of course, the legal system is helping Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other blockchain and web3 entrepreneurs in innovation in America. Why wouldn’t it be? After all, the legal system is known for its ability to quickly adapt to new technologies and provide clear, concise guidance to entrepreneurs who are looking to innovate and push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Seriously, what could be better than trying to navigate the complex and ever-changing landscape of crypto and blockchain regulations? It’s like a never-ending game of regulatory whack-a-mole, where you never know when the next enforcement action is going to come crashing down on your head. And the best part? You never know which agency is going to be in charge of regulating your particular corner of the crypto and blockchain world. Will it be the SEC? The CFTC? The IRS? The FTC? The list goes on and on!
But hey, at least the legal system is consistent, right? Oh wait, no it’s not. Different states have different rules, and even within a single state, different courts can have different interpretations of the law. It’s like a legal version of the Wild West, where anything goes and the only thing you can count on is that nothing is certain.
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Ferananda Ibarra is a visionary with a background in collective intelligence, organizational architecture, and entrepreneurship. Her focus is on integral design and the development of new systems of economics, culture and governance that intrinsically incentivize life-enhancing behaviors at all levels of agency. She co-founded The Metacurrency Project, VillageLab and participated in the creation of Holo and Holochain. She currently serves as Director of The Commons Engine – a service agency focused on currency design and decentralized tech for commons-oriented projects. She believes that by rethinking our economic systems we can create a more just, equitable and sustainable world for all.
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