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I rep Ilé Ashè proudly!!!  Luz, Amor and Ashé.

I rep Ilé Ashè proudly!!! Luz, Amor and Ashé.

Egunguns in Cové, Benin.  Egungun' is a Yoruba word and means: 'the souls of the dead who have returned to earth for a short time to pass on specific advice to the living'.

Egunguns in Cové, Benin. Egungun' is a Yoruba word and means: 'the souls of the dead who have returned to earth for a short time to pass on specific advice to the living'.

2 de febrero dia de Iemanjá (o Jemanjá, o Yemanyá), orixá femenino del panteón yoruba originario de Nigeria y trasladado al continente americano en el periodo del tráfico de esclavos junto con el resto de sus religiones y costumbres. Playa Ramirez, Montevideo 2009

2 de febrero dia de Iemanjá (o Jemanjá, o Yemanyá), orixá femenino del panteón yoruba originario de Nigeria y trasladado al continente americano en el periodo del tráfico de esclavos junto con el resto de sus religiones y costumbres. Playa Ramirez, Montevideo 2009

Yemaya means “Mother Whose Children are the Fish” to reflect the fact that her children are uncountable. She also rules over maternity in our lives as she is the Mother of All. She Who Gives Birth to All of Life, Yemaya is aligned with the power of creation flowing through all that is. In this aspect, she assists with remembering, reclaiming and activating our own innate creative power, realizing our true and natural ability to create and experience magnificence within our life.

Yemaya means “Mother Whose Children are the Fish” to reflect the fact that her children are uncountable. She also rules over maternity in our lives as she is the Mother of All. She Who Gives Birth to All of Life, Yemaya is aligned with the power of creation flowing through all that is. In this aspect, she assists with remembering, reclaiming and activating our own innate creative power, realizing our true and natural ability to create and experience magnificence within our life.

Oshun in Yoruban mythology is the goddess of love, sensuality, beauty and wealth. Some of symbols are the peacock, and flowing water.

Oshun in Yoruban mythology is the goddess of love, sensuality, beauty and wealth. Some of symbols are the peacock, and flowing water.

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