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‘O’ is ownership;’ dudu’ is black. The word ‘odu’ also means womb. Thus Oduduwa means the owner of the black wombmyn. Oduduwa represents the subconscious, has the ability to transform things, and lives in the dark. Obatala represents the conscience mind, enlightens and lives in light. Oduduwa represents omnipotency, The ability to affect and reconstruct the physical reality at will. the energy is part of the Yoruba trinity ...

‘O’ is ownership;’ dudu’ is black. The word ‘odu’ also means womb. Thus Oduduwa means the owner of the black wombmyn. Oduduwa represents the subconscious, has the ability to transform things, and lives in the dark. Obatala represents the conscience mind, enlightens and lives in light. Oduduwa represents omnipotency, The ability to affect and reconstruct the physical reality at will. the energy is part of the Yoruba trinity ...

The Orangun of Ila, late 19th Century.  As a direct descendant of one of sixteen children of Odudua, the god, orisha, who added the creation of the world and who was the first king of the Yoruba people, the Orangun is one of the few Yoruba kings privileged to wear the veiled beaded crown. Whether it was orisha Olokun or orisha Obalufon who blessed mankind with the gift of beads, the privilege of their use has traditionally been reserved to kings, to the priests and priestesses of certain…

The Orangun of Ila, late 19th Century. As a direct descendant of one of sixteen children of Odudua, the god, orisha, who added the creation of the world and who was the first king of the Yoruba people, the Orangun is one of the few Yoruba kings privileged to wear the veiled beaded crown. Whether it was orisha Olokun or orisha Obalufon who blessed mankind with the gift of beads, the privilege of their use has traditionally been reserved to kings, to the priests and priestesses of certain…

Tiburcia Sotolongo Oshún Miwá

Tiburcia Sotolongo Oshún Miwá

Maferefun Oshun! Beautiful mother of the sweet waters and bringing joy into our lives with your sweetness.

Maferefun Oshun! Beautiful mother of the sweet waters and bringing joy into our lives with your sweetness.

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Statue of Oduduwa (Heroe). The Heroe in the picture is the founder of the yoruba tribe according to history. He was a powerful deity many yorubas still worship today.

Statue of Oduduwa (Heroe). The Heroe in the picture is the founder of the yoruba tribe according to history. He was a powerful deity many yorubas still worship today.

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