Fee By Respectful Donation
Erindilogun-Cowrie Shell Divination
Customized Spiritual Soap or Bath $30
Made From Herbs Hand picked in my personal garden or specially imported from the rainforest in Africa
Spiritual Candle Work $45
Ebo- Varies depending on work required
Known for his patient and quiet demeanor, Baba O offers spiritual counseling sessions to men and women on the path of African Spirituality and conscious living. A natural born psychic and empath, his gifts have made him highly sought after for spiritual counseling and guidance in challenging times. He also utilized tools such as Erindilogun (Orisa cowrie Shell divination) Baba O is a professional horticulturalist and arborist for University of Missouri. He uses his advanced knowledge of plants and their uses to create spiritual and natural medicines to support people. To make an appointment for a session with Baba O, you may call/ Text 314-323-0671 . A respectful donation is requested.
About Baba O
Okikifa Oluso Onibode Ifalaja affectionately known as Baba O is a fully initiated priest of Ifa and Obatala in the Ifa Orisa Tradition and Dambalah New Orleans Vodun. Being born after twins, he is Idowu and considered a natural born healer and psychic. His psychic gifts have been observed by friends and family since childhood as he brought messages from the ancestors and spiritual world to help people.
Baba O is a professional horticulturalist, arborist, and herbalist reflecting his passion for mother nature, the earth, plants, and herbs. He has over 300 herbs in his private garden along with a number of exotic plants, shrubs and medicines from around the world.
Baba O is an advocate for the African American cultural practices of Hoodoo and Rootwork. As extensions of authentic African traditions , he seeks to preserve those time honored ancestral practices as tools for healing in addition to his priesthood as an Awo Ifa and Babalorisa. Baba O respects the great mothers and seeks to battle the damages of toxic masculinity and patriarchy through the reorientation of men toward Divine Masculinity. That is approaching manhood from the perspective of balance and wholeness and not dominance, competition, or suppression.