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Oxala

Obatala AFRICAN MYTHOLOGY (known as Obatalá in Latin America) is an Orisha. He is the Sky Father and the creator of human bodies, which were brought to life by Olorun's smooth breath. Obatala is the father of all Orishas and also the owner of all ori.

Resultado de imagen para xangô y sus esposas

Resultado de imagen para xangô y sus esposas

xango e iansa

Oya (Lightening/Storms & Cemetaries)& Shango (Thunder, Dance) I sure hear them a bunch overhead in Ky!

Oxum by Oradine

Oxum by Oradine

Minha Fé

“ 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.

Iemanja e Oxaguian by Orádia N.C Porciúncula/ Licença Creative Commons 3.0 Atribuição - Uso Não-Comercial-

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Xango e suas esposas  by Orádia N.C Porciúncula/ Licença Creative Commons 3.0 Atribuição - Uso Não-Comercial-Proibição de realização de Obras Derivadas CC BY-NC-ND

Xango e suas esposas by Orádia N.C Porciúncula/ Licença Creative Commons

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