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"She is a mermaid, but approach her with caution. Her mind swims at a depth, most would drown in." J Iron.

OYA: Yoruba Warrior Orisha (African goddess) of wind, sudden change, hurricanes, powerful sorceress and primary lover of Shango. Courtesy: James C. African Mythology, African Goddess, African Culture, African History, African American Art, African Art, African Beauty, Maya Art, Yoruba Orishas

These African Deities Are The Best Gods You've Never Heard Of

Move over Odin, Ra, and Zeus, there's a new really old pantheon in town. Using photo-manipulation, artist James C. Lewis makes us wonder why the Orishas don't have their own comic book series.

( : Oya is the Yoruba of and other chaotic, electrifying phenomena. She is not a goddess in quite the same sense as a Greco-Roman African American Art, African Art, Orishas Yoruba, Symbole Viking, African Mythology, African Goddess, Goddess Art, Oya Goddess, Goddess Tattoo

Goddess: Oya (Yoruba)

Oya is the Yoruba warrior-goddess of fire, wind, magic, fertility, and other chaotic, electrifying phenomena. She's also the goddess of the Niger river, and she wears a lot of red! She is not a goddess in quite the same sense as a Greco-Roman deity, but is an "orisha," an elemental spirit.

September is the feast for Oshun in the religion of Santeria ( La Regla Lucumi.) Oshun is the Orisha in charge of the sweet waters of love Yemaya Orisha, Yoruba Religion, Ifa Religion, Oshun Goddess, Yoruba Orishas, African Goddess, Spiritual Cleansing, Healing Herbs, Gods And Goddesses

An Orisha Oshun Herbal

The Orisha of Love, Beauty, Money and Gold is called Oshun. She is honored with a variety of herbs and flowers.

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divinemoon: “ ~ In Oshun’s River by Becca Tzigany ~ Iba Oshun olodi! Praises to Orisha of the River! Spirit, clean me inside out Flush through my veins till I’m flowing Revive my body from a lonely. Black Girl Art, Black Women Art, Black Art, Art Girl, Oshun Goddess, Orishas Yoruba, Pinup, Yoruba Religion, African Goddess

- Orisha Rulers of the Zodiac

An Orisha is a spirit that reflects one of the manifestations of God. Being four hundred and one of them in total, each playing a role within the Yoruba pantheon, twelve of them can be equated to the...

Oya or Yansa. is the Orisha who rules the winds of change and the cemetary Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Wiccan, Magick, Orishas Yoruba, Yoruba Religion, Voodoo Hoodoo, Warrior Spirit, Mystique

The Goddess of Transformation

Allow the Goddess of Transformation to change your life! If you need to clear away the old to make room for the new, this Goddess is for you!

This app contains a traditional bathing ritual, called the Gold Bath, in honor o… African Mythology, African Goddess, Oshun Prayer, Oshun Goddess, Orishas Yoruba, Spiritual Bath, Yoruba Religion, Goddess Tattoo, Goddess Of Love

This app contains a traditional bathing ritual, called the Gold Bath, in honor of the African Goddess Oshun. It may be used to pray for any positive and harmless wish or request, such as love, wealth, fertility, or beauty. Please exercise all proper safety precautions while bathing or burning candles! Who is Oshun? Oshun is the African Goddess of love, beauty, prosperity, marriage, fertility, and fresh water. She is the Queen of the Rivers and the youngest of the Orishas, or manifestations…

Folk and Historical doll by Yoruba Goddess of love and beauty. Black Girl Art, Art Girl, Black Art, Oshun Goddess, Orishas Yoruba, Azalea Dress Up, African Goddess, Modern Day Hippie, Goddess Tattoo

Oshun ~ by Kei2lyfe

Folk and Historical doll by Kei2lyfe. Yoruba Goddess of love and beauty.

Beyonce's #Lemonade is rich with historical and cultural references, but as a seduction devotee, this may be my favorite. In one of the initial scenes, #Beyonce wears a magnificent golden yellow dress, and exits a building engulfed in flowing water. This is a mythological reference to the orisha Oshun. Considered to be the most beautiful of the female orisha's, she exhibits qualities associated with flowing water; she is vivacious, sparkling, and moves with seductive fluidity.  As a diety…

Women Love Power® on Instagram: “Beyonce's #Lemonade is rich with historical and cultural references, but as a seduction devotee, this may be my favorite. In one of the…”

95 Likes, 4 Comments - Women Love Power® (@women_love_power) on Instagram: “Beyonce's #Lemonade is rich with historical and cultural references, but as a seduction devotee,…”

This app contains a traditional bathing ritual, called the Gold Bath, in honor of the African Goddess Oshun. It may be used to pray for any positive and harmless wish or request, such as love, wealth, fertility, or beauty. Please exercise all proper safety precautions while bathing or burning candles!   Who is Oshun? Oshun is the African Goddess of love, beauty, prosperity, marriage, fertility, and fresh water. She is the Queen of the Rivers and the youngest of the Orishas, or manifestations… Spiritual Bath, Spiritual Cleansing, Spiritual Prayers, African Words, African Love, Oshun Prayer, Oshun Goddess, Yoruba Orishas, African Goddess

This app contains a traditional bathing ritual, called the Gold Bath, in honor of the African Goddess Oshun. It may be used to pray for any positive and harmless wish or request, such as love, wealth, fertility, or beauty. Please exercise all proper safety precautions while bathing or burning candles! Who is Oshun? Oshun is the African Goddess of love, beauty, prosperity, marriage, fertility, and fresh water. She is the Queen of the Rivers and the youngest of the Orishas, or manifestations…