Oya represents the change needed to progress from one form to the next.  Things must die before they can be reborn and progress. Lesson learned death is a natural and normal process that we go through during our lives. Change is inevitable & it is also who and what we are. We are never the same. We are dynamic beings that are ever evolving.

“ oya orisha - Oya represents the change needed to progress from one form to the next (Energy transformation law of thermodynamics). Things must die before they can be reborn.

Oya by yinyanglonnie on deviantART

Oya by yinyanglonnie on deviantART - featured in the Ogbanje story on wattpad

Oya- Orisha of change and lightning. She is offered eggplant and her sacred number is 9 #lucumi #orisha #oya

Oya- Orisha of change and lightning. She is offered eggplant and her sacred number is 9

These African Deities Are The Best Gods You've Never Heard Of by photo-manipulation, artist James C. Lewis.

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

OYA: Yoruba Warrior Orisha (African goddess) of wind, sudden change, hurricanes, powerful sorceress and primary lover of Shango. Courtesy: James C.

Iansa / Oya - see http://jumqwt74jagry7.deviantart.com/art/Iansa-Oya-660586679

Iansa / Oya - see http://jumqwt74jagry7.deviantart.com/art/Iansa-Oya-660586679

Oya is the guardian of the realm between life and death; as such, She is not only the Goddess of spirit communication, funerals and cemeteries but also the Goddess of clairvoyance, psychic abilities, intuition and rebirth. She can call forth the spirit of death, or hold it back - such is the extent of Her power.. Because of Her affiliation to the dead, and Her intense knowledge of the magick arts, Oya is also known as "the Great Mother of the Elders of the Night (Witches)".

Goddess: Oya (Yoruba) : Oya is the Yoruba warrior-goddess of fire, wind, magic, fertility

Oya (Yoruba: Ọya, also known as Oyá or Oiá; Yansá or Yansã; and Iansá or Iansã in Latin America) is an Orisha of winds, lightning, and violent storms, death and rebirth. In Yoruba, the name Oya literally means "She Tore". She is known as Ọya-Iyansan – the "mother of nine." This is due to the Niger River (known to the Yoruba as the Odo-Ọya) traditionally being known for having nine tributaries.

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