16 August 2011 –

: El Anora

I no longer permit possession, but I am a fairly even minded person, and I like to see all sides of an issue. I think everyone has the right to express their opinion, and so sometimes entities will contact me to give me their opinion, and I listen, without judgement, so I am giving you this so you can analyze it for your own interests, nothing more and nothing less.

Me- Okay Oya, I do not allow possession, but you came to me for a reason, what did you come to teach me?

Oya- Do you not know? HA! Foolish child! Little do you understand, but I know! See!

These people! They control YOU. You do not see it, but I see it!

I have come to protect you, but you do not see it.

Think of this, Eleanora,
look at this, what are
the Slave-Gods, what do
they want?

To control YOU!

Do you think they would
allow you to be free?

No! They want what
they want.

I have come to destroy them,
to cleanse the world of
false dieties, Gods that
no longer serve!

I am Kali-Ma!
I am the Storm!
I am Chaos!
I am freedom!

These Gods wish for you
to bow to them!

To serve them!

Do you not understand?

They want "CONTROL"!

I am the earth!
I am the Mother!
You cannot CONTROL ME!

Never again!
Never!

For I am Oya, I am
Kali, I am Morrigan,
I will ride Epona into
death, and my children
WILL BE FREE!

No Slave-God will rule
this planet ever again.

MY CHILDREN WILL
CHOOSE, FOR THEIR SELF.

WATCH ME SLAVE-GODS,
FOR I AM KALI-MA,
AND YOUR REIGN IS OVER.

In Yoruba, the name Oya literally means "She Tore".[2] She is known as Oya- Iyansan,Oya – the "mother of nine." This is due to the Niger River (known to the Yoruba as the Oya) traditionally being known for nine tributaries. In , in Candomble, she is generally saluted with the phrase "Èpa heyi!. while in Cuban-derived Yórùbá traditions, the faithful often salute her by saying "Hekua hey Yansa."