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Obatala (also known as Obanla, Ochanla, or Oxala) is the eldest of the orishas. His name means “King of the White Cloth,” and he is the embodiment of peace, reason, logic, and diplomacy. He is the orisha who fashioned the bodies of mankind, while it is Olodumare who breathed life into them. (source)

Obatala (also known as Obanla, Ochanla, or Oxala) is the eldest of the orishas. His name means “King of the White Cloth,” and he is the embodiment of peace, reason, logic, and diplomacy. He is the orisha who fashioned the bodies of mankind, while it is Olodumare who breathed life into them. (source)

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OXOSSI Oxossi é o Orixá conhecido como senhor dos caboclos e das matas. É o caçador de almas de homens e dele emana altivez. Encoraja e dá segurança a todos seus seguidores; protetor dos animais, é conhecido por aliar sua grande força com o bom senso. Assim como Ogum, é um lutador, grande guerreiro, está sempre pronto para defender aqueles que se colocam sob sua guarda.

OXOSSI Oxossi é o Orixá conhecido como senhor dos caboclos e das matas. É o caçador de almas de homens e dele emana altivez. Encoraja e dá segurança a todos seus seguidores; protetor dos animais, é conhecido por aliar sua grande força com o bom senso. Assim como Ogum, é um lutador, grande guerreiro, está sempre pronto para defender aqueles que se colocam sob sua guarda.

Oya is one of the most powerful African Goddesses (Orishas). A Warrior-Queen, She is the sister-wife of the God Shango, to whom She gave the power to create storms[2]. Much of Oya's power is rooted in the natural world; She is the Goddess of thunder, lightning, tornadoes, winds, rainstorms and hurricanes. A Fire Goddess, it is Oya who brings rapid change and aids us in both inner and outer transformation[3].

Oya is one of the most powerful African Goddesses (Orishas). A Warrior-Queen, She is the sister-wife of the God Shango, to whom She gave the power to create storms[2]. Much of Oya's power is rooted in the natural world; She is the Goddess of thunder, lightning, tornadoes, winds, rainstorms and hurricanes. A Fire Goddess, it is Oya who brings rapid change and aids us in both inner and outer transformation[3].