Iya Ò̩s̩úndélé O̩láifá O̩báfúnmiláyò̩ Onífádé (N'Dieye Gray Danavall) is a priestess of the West African Òriṣa tradition. Born in Washington, DC, but now residing in Atlanta, GA, she has been assisting clients to find spiritual balance and wellness for twenty years. She is skilled in eerindinlogun (16 cowries), opele, and obi (kola nut) divination.
Affectionately known as "Sista Shaman," Ò̩s̩úndélé is both a curator and creator of resources for practitioners of the Ifa and Orisa traditions in the Americas.
Ò̩s̩úndélé's talents are multi-faceted. Furthermore, she is a remarkable photographer and has been both documenting and exhibiting images of the African American experience with Òriṣa-based, Yoruba spirituality for many years.
Since November 2017, she has published two divination journal that features some of her amazing images. The Dida Journals allow both priests and devotees to easy record reading notes performed with ikin Ifa, opele, and 16 cowries types of divination. These journals can be purchased on Amazon.com and some Atlanta-based botanicas.
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