Preto Velho/ Old wise man in Umbanda religion

Preto Velho/ Old wise man in Umbanda religion

Nanã, orixá feminino dos pântanos e da morte. Protege idosos e desabrigados. Também dona da chuva e da lama. É mãe de Obaluaiê e junto com ele, dona das doenças cancerígenas. Mais velha orixá do panteão africano. Nanã Buruku - Nanã Buruquê - linhadasaguas.com.br

Nanã, orixá feminino dos pântanos e da morte. Protege idosos e desabrigados. Também dona da chuva e da lama. É mãe de Obaluaiê e junto com ele, dona das doenças cancerígenas. Mais velha orixá do panteão africano. Nanã Buruku - Nanã Buruquê - linhadasaguas.com.br

Umbanda                                                       …

Umbanda …

Orunmila. In the Yoruba religion, Orunmila is the Orisha of wisdom, knowledge and divination worshiped principally in West Africa, Cuba, Brazil and the United States. This source of knowledge is believed to have a keen understanding of the human form and of purity, praised as being often more effective than other remedies; his followers and priests are known as Babalawo.

Orunmila. In the Yoruba religion, Orunmila is the Orisha of wisdom, knowledge and divination worshiped principally in West Africa, Cuba, Brazil and the United States. This source of knowledge is believed to have a keen understanding of the human form and of purity, praised as being often more effective than other remedies; his followers and priests are known as Babalawo.

Exu  e Pomba Gira

Exu e Pomba Gira

Oxumare                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Oxumare Mais

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iemanjá Mais

Oxumare

Oxumare

Ochosi - hunter and the scout of the orishas, deity of the accused and those seeking justice or searching for something.

Ochosi - hunter and the scout of the orishas, deity of the accused and those seeking justice or searching for something.

Obatala, Yemaya and Oshun

Obatala, Yemaya and Oshun

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