Obi divination

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Obi divination is a system of divination used in the traditional Yoruba religion and in Yoruba-derived Afro-American religions.[1] In Yorubaland, it uses palm or kola nuts; in Latin America and the Caribbean it uses four pieces of coconut.

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  1. ^ "BASIC OBI ABATA DIVINATION" (PDF). http://api.ning.com/files/5AMBu4bEFAeV3xPCBqF-ekp5qQ4ZuYF6zVp0xdyFitI_/bas_obi.pdf. Retrieved 28 November 2014. External link in |website= (help)