This summation reflects the particularly striking significance of an Ogun priestess on account of the fearsome characterization of Ogun, Orisa of war, slaughterer of his own men after he got carried away with blood lust after decimating the enemy at the battle of Ire, depicted as playing with a woman, leading to her private parts dripping with blood, carver of the way for the Orisa from orun, the world of primal origins, to aye, earth, as described by Soyinka in Idanre and Myth, Literature and the African World, and in Yoruba oral poetry, therefore being a deity associated with the kind of energy men are best known for summonning, and not just any men but hunters and men working in masculine centred activities related to metals, although women also work with metals and people like the computer scientist Kunle Olukotun have taken Ogun into the broader world of technology, with Stanford computer scientist Kunle Olukotun at one time making his server name "Ogun" as represented by an email address of his being
Alagba Toyin, once again I must say kudos for a job well done, you have really done justice to the underlying strength of the Orishas and the Philosophy of the Yoruba traditional religion and the emerging generation in modernity__._,_.___
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