Mosimela, Moshimela aka Orunmila, the real Moses:
The first Mosi-mo-Ela, Mosimela, Mosi or Moshi-mo-Ela, Moshimela, Moshi (Moses, Moshe) aka Orunmila descended from heaven to mount Oranfe with other Imale-kaiyeh (Maleka). He is Orun-mo Ela "God El" of Yarubasiri-Ela, Yasirela (Israel, Yisrael).
The second Mosimela, Mosi, Mossi aka Orunmela, Omela was the first Ewi of Ado Ekiti, Nija-area (Nigeria). He was born into the royal family and lived for 4,000 years, ascended to heaven 20,000 BCE. He was the greatest historian, philosopher and grand master of lfa odu meedogun (16 Ephod divinations) aka Daodu lfa meedogun (Magen David). He was given the commandments on ori or hori oke ayooba, Hori ayooba (Horeb). According to oral history, Mosimela met Olota, a hunter and his two wives Ayo and Ayooba when he came to the mountain.
Their names, Olota, Ayo and Ayooba are now used to call the three mountains today. When there was scarcity of water at one time in Ekiti, Mosimela came down to the lower part of the rock, smote the rock and water came out, today it is called Osunlota (Sinai). The Ifarawo, Faraoh (Pharaohs) visit the mountain every year during Ifa festival.
Adetutu Moshere the Egyptian Tutmosis:
Egyptians and Israelites were the same ethnic group of Afrikans of the Nle valley until the migration of their brethren the Bantu, Khoikhoi and San from Asia back to Afrka from 5,000 BCE.
Adetutu Moshere, Tutu moshere (Tutmosis) was the son of the high cheif of ancient Isoudaiyeh, Soudah now Sudan. The royal family of Ki-omi-oshe-ore, Kimoshore, Kamoshere (Kamose), Homi-ashore, Omi-ashore, Omishore, Homishore, Hamoshere (Hamose) came from root word Ashore (Asshur) meaning "doing good".
The root word Omishore or Homishore is "water did good" The name Adetutu Moshere does not signified that he was dedicated to moon God but his family are water devotees, so bible is correct to say he was drawn out of water. His name as "Tutu" meaning cold as in water, in other word, Adetutu means cold crown but in real sense means peaceful crown. Omi-o-wa-she-ore-bi "does water not do good?" The Ashkenaz called him Moshe.
According to oral history from an Afrikan elders, Adetutu Moshere aka Akinetan (Akhenaten) was the son of the high chief of ancient Isoudaiyeh, Soudah now called Sudan. He relocated his people Yaruba now called Yoruba from Uwadaiyeh (Udah, Yudah, Judah) during a drought that lasted for 5 years. Tutu Moshere (Tutmose, Moses) and Mosimela (Moses, Mossi) are missed up stories of the Afrikans in the bible.
Mossi of west Afrika are descendants of Mosimela aka Orunmela (Moses).
Mosimela, Moshimela Grand Master of Ifa:
In 1948, our forefathers were forced to abbrevriate Ifa to I.F.A "Indegenuos Faith of Afrika" in order to be registered as a religion body. Ifa/Orisha worship buildings were turned to churches and mosques. Missionary and lslamic schools were built and children were given free educations. Children were given Christian and lslamik names and taught to call Ifa/Orisha demonik
Ifa at the time was condemned to adamon-odi. damondi (demonik) religion