Insight into the Spiritual world of ‘Spirit beings’

Mysteries of the Spirit world!
Egbe/Spirit Child:

The Bible we are told is a blueprint of how to live a successful Godly life based on Christian Values. However, it is not EVERYTHING that is in the Bible.  [Tweet ” ‘the mystery of this world has been kept hidden for ages and generations, but is only disclosed to God’s people’. Colossians 1:26″]

Hence the gift of the Spirit of Revelation, dreams and Vision.  Here is one of the mysteries!
All human beings have peers in heaven(so the prophets of old say). Those who do not have peers in heaven cannot live on earth. This notwithstanding, some people are more active in their heavenly peer groups than others. These people take positions of responsibilities in their groups. These are the people known as Elegbe or Alaraagbo.

There are also some other groups of heavenly peers who chose as part of their destinies to die young so that they will return to their heavenly groups in a very short period of time. These are known as Abiku or Emere.
In general, Egbe as a spiritual entity supports its members, protects them, and gives those children, wealth, and health and so on.

Many Elegbe children assume leadership position because they were leaders of their group while in heaven before they were born. Consequently, the leadership roles they assume on earth here is nothing but an extension of the various positions they occupied in heaven.
Egbe or Alaraagbo is a lively spiritual entity and it believes in people making good their promises made in heaven and period! To Egbe, if you make a promise, do fulfill your promise. Many Elegbe make promises in heaven, which they eventually find difficult to fulfill here on earth due to one reason or the other. The Egbe will however insist that the promises be fulfilled. They will make these people go through series of traumatic experiences until they fulfill these promises or make all the necessary atonement through the performance of rituals.

It must however be noted that Egbe, Alaraagbo, Abiku or Emere are not idols.

they are rather a congregation of spiritually gifted and advanced youth and adults (in heaven).

Symbols of Egbe
There meeting place may be located near a stream or river, at the foot of a banana or plantain tree of plantation.. These are areas which Elegbe children and youth are believed to assemble for “meetings” and plays.


As a christian we seek out deliverance for such people to help them cut off their ties an example is in ‘Spirit husband or wives’ which causes delays in marriages, some actually get visited in their dreams and enter into conjugal relationships.