Oshun es un Osha (Orisha) y está en el grupo de los Oshas de cabecera. Representa la intensidad de los sentimientos y la es...

Oshun es un Osha (Orisha) y está en el grupo de los Oshas de cabecera. Representa la intensidad de los sentimientos y la es...

oshun pictures | También habló con Olofin, cuando Olokun mando el diluvio. Fue ...

oshun pictures | También habló con Olofin, cuando Olokun mando el diluvio. Fue ...

Pomba Gira is a Brazilian Goddess who personifies female beauty, sexuality, and desire. She is invoked by those seeking aid in matters of the heart.

Pomba Gira is a Brazilian Goddess who personifies female beauty, sexuality, and desire. She is invoked by those seeking aid in matters of the heart.

Yoruba female figure (Nigeria), C 19-20 Wood, indigo pigment, glass beads "The incidence of twin births is extraordinarily high among the Yoruba peoples, but so is infant mortality. Ere ibeji are Yoruba memorials to twins who have died...Twins are believed to be the children of Shango, the god of thunder and lightning. They are also thought to possess supernatural powers and share the same soul. A memorial figure serves as a receptacle for half of the shared soul."

Yoruba female figure (Nigeria), C 19-20 Wood, indigo pigment, glass beads "The incidence of twin births is extraordinarily high among the Yoruba peoples, but so is infant mortality. Ere ibeji are Yoruba memorials to twins who have died...Twins are believed to be the children of Shango, the god of thunder and lightning. They are also thought to possess supernatural powers and share the same soul. A memorial figure serves as a receptacle for half of the shared soul."

Orunmila, also known as Ifa, is the orisha of divination who, along with Eleggua, witnessed the birth of creation, and is thus the orisha who knows where our fates will lead us.

Orunmila, also known as Ifa, is the orisha of divination who, along with Eleggua, witnessed the birth of creation, and is thus the orisha who knows where our fates will lead us.

Oshun ( Oxum) is an Orisha, is the queen of freshwater, lady of the rivers and waterfalls, also revered in Candomblé and Umbanda, religions of African origin. Oshun is the Goddess of beauty, Orisha of love, fertility and motherhood, responsible for protecting the fetuses and newborn children.***

Oshun ( Oxum) is an Orisha, is the queen of freshwater, lady of the rivers and waterfalls, also revered in Candomblé and Umbanda, religions of African origin. Oshun is the Goddess of beauty, Orisha of love, fertility and motherhood, responsible for protecting the fetuses and newborn children.***

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