The offering a oferenda by André Hora

The offering a oferenda by André Hora

Goddess and Yoruba Orisha Yemaya! This is the card of letting go and Yemaya's affirmation is: I let go of what is for what will be. I release guilt, blame and shame. Ase! Card from the Womanifesting Fertility Goddess Oracle Card Deck.

Goddess and Yoruba Orisha Yemaya! This is the card of letting go and Yemaya's affirmation is: I let go of what is for what will be. I release guilt, blame and shame. Card from the Womanifesting Fertility Goddess Oracle Card Deck.

Oshun, goddess/orisha of sweet waters, beauty, love, artistry, and prosperity.

Oshun ~ Goddess of sweet waters, beauty, love, artistry, and prosperity.

Peace & Hazy Days

PEACE & HAZY DAYS “To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour” – William Blake

Nana Buruku ~ Nana is the great grandmother of all the Orishas and although she is praised more in Candomble than in Santeria, her fame is starting to rise more and more each day. She is in charge of all maternal issues pertaining to females and is...

Nana Buruku ~ Nana is the great grandmother of all the Orishas and although she is praised more in Candomble than in Santeria, her fame is starting to rise more and more each day. She is in charge of all maternal issues pertaining to females and is...

Oshe Shango Traditional

Artwork and stories about Orisha and Yoruba culture worldwide.

EGUNGUN ENSEMBLE        Massive interlaces on beaded panels both front and back proclaim that the past, present and future are part of the infinite cycle of existence: birth, life, departure, return. They recall the whirling return of the past into the present, and simultaneously, the  spiraling outward departure on new life journeys into the future. These ensembles embody the adage; aye l'ajo, orun nile (life is a journey, the afterlife is home).

EGUNGUN ENSEMBLE Massive interlaces on beaded panels both front and back proclaim that the past, present and future are part of the infinite cycle of existence: birth, life, departure, return.

Photographer invokes spirits of the Yoruba orishas in “Ode to Oya” photo series - AFROPUNK

Yannis Guibinga, the Gabonese photographer based out of Canada, is invoking the spirits of the orisha Oya in her new photo series. “Ode To Oya” is a series sur…

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