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Yoruba Mythology | according to yoruba mythology the first yoruba kings were the ...

Yoruba Mythology | according to yoruba mythology the first yoruba kings were the ...

Maat is the Goddess of Truth and Justice who personifies cosmic order and harmony as established by the Creator God at the beginning of time. Her symbol is an ostrich feather. Judges were regarded as priests of Maat. In the hall of judgement at the weighing of the heart, the heart of the deceased was placed on the scales of justice, balanced against the feather of Maat, symbol of justice.

Ma'at - The Egyptian Goddess Of Truth

Maat is the Goddess of Truth and Justice who personifies cosmic order and harmony as established by the Creator God at the beginning of time. Her symbol is an ostrich feather. Judges were regarded as priests of Maat. In the hall of judgement at the weighing of the heart, the heart of the deceased was placed on the scales of justice, balanced against the feather of Maat, symbol of justice.

The Divine African Brazilian Goddess ~ Yemanjá..    by notchroadfairies

Mature Yemanya African Brazilian Goddess of the Sea Statue Fairy Mermaid

The Divine African Brazilian Goddess ~ Yemanjá.. by notchroadfairies

Laba Sano Nigeria, Yoruba Diviner's Bag (Beaded bags such as this Laba Sano, were used by the Yoruba ritual specialists, especially Ifa designers and Sango priests)

Laba Sano Nigeria, Yoruba Diviner's Bag (Beaded bags such as this Laba Sano, were used by the Yoruba ritual specialists, especially Ifa designers and Sango priests)

Africa | Eshu ritual object from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | 20th century | Wood, cowrie bells, leather, spoons, knives, small wooden discs, brass bells and other objects.

Africa | Eshu ritual object from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | 20th century | Wood, cowrie bells, leather, spoons, knives, small wooden discs, brass bells and other objects.

Africa | Helmet Mask from the Mende or Sherbro people of the Moyamba region of Sierra Leone. | ca. 19th 0 20th century | Wood and metal

Africa | Helmet Mask from the Mende or Sherbro people of the Moyamba region of Sierra Leone. | ca. 19th 0 20th century | Wood and metal

Toby Adamson, Portrait of manifestation of an Egun (spirit of the dead). Sakete, Benin. 2005

Toby Adamson, Portrait of manifestation of an Egun (spirit of the dead). Sakete, Benin. 2005

"An Eastern Coffeehouse" by Charles Bargue (1826/1827 – April 6, 1883), French painter and lithographer who devised a drawing course in collaboration with Jean-Léon Gerome. Although some sources suggest that Bargue was a student of Gérôme, there is room for doubt. Bargue worked closely with Gérôme and was influenced by his style, which included Orientalist scenes and historical genre. --Wikipedia

"An Eastern Coffeehouse" by Charles Bargue (1826/1827 – April 6, 1883), French painter and lithographer who devised a drawing course in collaboration with Jean-Léon Gerome. Although some sources suggest that Bargue was a student of Gérôme, there is room for doubt. Bargue worked closely with Gérôme and was influenced by his style, which included Orientalist scenes and historical genre. --Wikipedia

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