Religión yoruba

Collection by Invitaciones alma

invitaciones alma
Collection of unalome, Buddhism sacred geometry design. Vector spiritual tattoos with rough edges , click now. Oshun Goddess, Goddess Art, Black Girl Art, Black Women Art, Spiritual Tattoo, Orishas Yoruba, Afrique Art, African Goddess, Black Art Pictures

Tattoo Symbols and What They Mean – Tattoo Splendor

Are you interested in getting a tattoo? Do you already have a design in mind? Did you pick it because it was beautiful or because it holds a deep meaning for you? For many people, there are many di…

Yeye Yemoja and her little sister Yeye Oshun African American Art, African Art, Black Women Art, Black Art, Oshun Y Yemaya, Azores Portugal, Yoruba Orishas, African Goddess, Mother Goddess

Oxum e Iemanja by OradiaNCPorciuncula on DeviantArt

by Orádia N.C Porciúncula/ Licença Creative Commons 3.0 Atribuição - Uso Não-Comercial-Proibição de realizaç... Oxum e Iemanja

Dia dos Pais by OradiaNCPorciuncula on DeviantArt Orisha, Le Baron, African Goddess, Caribbean Art, Black Mermaid, Carnival Themes, Afro Art, Gods And Goddesses, Simple Art

Oxum, Iemanja e Iansa by OradiaNCPorciuncula on DeviantArt

DeviantArt is the world's largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts, allowing people to connect through the creation and sharing of art.

| Robson Carvalho | (@robcarvalhoart) • Instagram photos and videos Baby Tattoos, Time Tattoos, Body Art Tattoos, I Tattoo, Sleeve Tattoos, Angel Tattoo Designs, Small Tattoo Designs, Small Tattoos, Orisha


Welcome back to Instagram. Sign in to check out what your friends, family & interests have been capturing & sharing around the world.

triste-le-roy: “Orixá (òrìṣà) symbol chart of the Yoruba religion—also worshipped in Santería, Candomblé, Umbanda, and Oyotunji (Ubi Maya, ” Religion In Africa, Yoruba Religion, Yemaya Orisha, Body Art Tattoos, Tatoos, Orishas Yoruba, Ying Y Yang, African Tattoo, Tattoo Project

Afro-Latino spirituality: Photo

I am not an expert, but a novice on this journey. I was introduced to the faith by my mother, but lost my way. If you'd like to join me while I find my way back you are welcome to do so.