5 edition of Yemoja / Olokun found in the catalog.
Yemoja / Olokun
Awo Fa"Lokun Fatunmbi
January 1, 1993 by Original Publications .
Written in English
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Yemoja (Yoruba: Yemọja) is a major water deity from the Yoruba religion. She is an naba-hairstreak.com is often syncretized with either Our Lady of Regla in the afrocuban diaspora or various other Virgin Mary figures of the Catholic Church, a practice that emerged during the era of the Trans-Atlantic slave naba-hairstreak.com is motherly and strongly protective, and cares deeply for all her children Region: Nigeria, Benin, Brazil, Cuba.
Whereas in my own investigations, with people like the Baale Yemoja of Ibadan, Yemoja gave birth to Olokun and many other deities. Yemoja by James C Lewis.
Olokun owns the sea “But Yemoja does not rule the sea throughout Yorubaland. Olokun is the owner of the sea in Yoruba culture. So perhaps it would be best to say she is the mother of. Yemaya-Olokun A Goddess Dedication By Nina CryingWolf Initiate, Sisters in The Goddess Tree Yemaya-Olokun is a West African goddess who originated from the people of Yoruba.
According to Goddess, Telesco translates Yemaya's name to literally mean "fish mother". Olokun is an androgynous orisha, meaning Olokun is a man and a woman, depending on if it is the Olokun of Ifá, or the Olokun of Ocha.
Pataki. According to The Book Of Ifá, Olokun became enraged and rose to the surface. As Olokun did this to drown the humans, Ethnic group: Yoruba people. Orisha Orisa Olokun Olokum Yemaya Yemoja inspired Nautical Treasure Chest w Sea shells, Cowrie Shell Your place to buy and sell all things handmade Orisha Orisa Olokun Olokum Yemaya Yemoja inspired Nautical | Etsy See more.
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Yemoja / Olokun: IFA and the Spirit of the Ocean Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard®. Dec 11, · OLOKUN DEITY AND ITS VARIOUS OLOKUN FESTIVALS Olokun is an Orisha in Yoruba religion as well as a pantheon in Edo traditional religion.
It is associated with the vast and deep sea, marshes and wetlands, and is protector of the African diaspora. Yemoja-Olokun-Mami Wata connections Some Afro-Cuban lineages worship Olokun in tandem with Yemoja. This chapter discusses the two Gods of the Sea, Olokun and Yemonja.
Yemonja is the goddess of water, wetlands, and the river Ogun, but in Cuba she is called Yemayá and is associated with the Virgin de Regla. Nevertheless, she is still believed to be a powerful deity.
In Africa and Cuba, Olokun is believed to rule the waters of the ocean and he previously demanded human sacrifices. Yemoja / Olokun: Ifa and the Spirit of the Ocean. Awo Fa Lokun Fatunmbi. Paperback. Yemoja/Olokun is the name is the name of two spiritual forces in the West African religious tradition called “Ifa”.
The word Yemoja is an elision of the Yoruba Oriki (praise name) ” Yeye mo oja “, which means ” Mother of Fish”. This is where the custom of using the dilogún shells comes from.
Santeros and Santeras do consultas with the cowries, whereas Babalawos (priests of Orula) use the epuele chain. Patakis tell us that Yemaya is the daughter of Olokun, she was the wife at different times of Obatalá, Orula, Agayú, Babalú Aye, Orisha Oko, and in some stories, Ogún.
Dec 02, · [naba-hairstreak.com] Buenas tardes este libro usted lo tendrÃ¡ traducido al inglÃ©s x favor para comprÃ¡rselo gracias. This book is translated into English to buy it. Sep 07, · Celebrating Yemaya and Oshun – Orisha Goddesses of the Sacred Waters. September 7, By Kimberly Yemoja: Gender, Sexuality and Creativity in the Latina/o and Afro-Atlantic Diasporas edited by Solimar Otero, Toyin Falola.
Yemoja / Olokun by Fatunmbi. Creole Religions of the Caribbean by Margarite Fernandez Olmos and Lizabeth. He is a popular God of the Sea – so popular that the facts vary greatly depending on the prevailing wind.
In some places Olokun claims to be the brother of top God Olorun, and in other places he doesn’naba-hairstreak.com some traditions he is male with many wives including naba-hairstreak.com others he is regarded as female. The House of the Mysteries of the Orisa.
The web site for those interested in the IFA Tradition of Orisa and Ancestor Worship. The only web site authorized to speak for the Emese who are the Caretakers, Guardians, and Repository of the Ifa Corpus and Traditions. Yemoja African Goddess of the Oceans and Protector of Pregnant Women.
Yemoja is the African Goddess of the Ocean and the patron diety of pregnant women. She is honored not only in Africa but in Brazil. She is the creator goddess of the Yoruba tribe. You searched for: olokun. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.
No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Let’s get started. Yemonja, Yoruban deity celebrated as the giver of life and as the metaphysical mother of all orisha (deities) within the Yoruba spiritual pantheon.
Yemonja’s name is derived from the Yoruba words Yeye or Iya (“mother”), omo (“child/children”), and eja (“fish”) and thus literally means “Mother whose. Yemaya (also known as Yemoja and Iemanja) is the queen of the Earth, owner of all waters, and the orisha of motherhood in the Yoruban religion and its diaspora in the naba-hairstreak.com is the mother of all living things and lives in the sea.
"Yemaya Okute" by Maria Alemanno. Yemaya Okute (or Yemoja Ogunte) is a young, warrior Yemaya. She is the wife of Ogun and lives half the year in the ocean and half the.
Maternal goddess in Yoruba art: a new aesthetic acclamation of Yemoja, Oshun and Iya-Mapo Agbo Folarin Yemoja is notably addressed as mother of all the gods in the Yoruba pantheon, in which over three hundred gods and goddesses abound. In Abayomi Barber's sculpture "Yemoja or Olokun" the imagery of a mythically powerful deity rooted in.
Mar 01, · Hi my name, Lateresa I was born with this gift which has led me to ifa in which I search for daily. I have many answers I need this book I live between darkness and light i’m not sure of.
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When we speak of the Ancestral waters of life, we speak of waters that has a form of Natural consciousness that flows and nourishes, that incubates and feeds and the essence of Maternal caring that relates to the protection of children.
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No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Let’s get started. Oct 03, · Yemoja/Olokun represents the ocean, the top of the ocean is Yemoja which is a feminine energy and the bottom represents Olokun which is a masculine energy.
In Africa however Yemoja is a river diety. Yemoja is sister to Osun and loves all her children and protects them fiercely. OLOKUN ~ Owner of all Waters. Known as Yemoja in the diaspora, Olokun is the owner of all wealth, all riches, both materially and spiritually. She is the grand and majestic ocean that covers most of this home we call earth, and all rivers and streams bow down to her and empty into her arms.
Her name Olokun means owner of the Ocean, and. The Cabildo (shrine) pictured is one of the oldest in Cuba, located in Palmira, which is widely regarded as the birthplace of Santeria.
Corbis via Getty Images / Getty Images. Feb 12, · Yemaya/Yemoja (please add to this thread) Showing of 17 messages. Yemaya/Yemoja (please add to this thread) Eoghan Ballard: A quick look in Natalia Bolivar Arostegui's book "Los Orishas en Cuba" (Habana ) will net some more info on various caminos of the popular (and Olokun), and that a duck is at the ocha just in case the.
Feb 07, · February 7, Yemaya: African Ocean Goddess. Posted in Goddess Project, Goddess Things tagged African Goddesses, Goddess of Women's issues, Orishas, Yemaya at am by Babs. Yemaya is the Yoruban Orisha or Goddess of the living ocean, considered the Mother of All. Apr 25, · The blue-glowing planet Neptune is named after the Roman God of the Sea (Greek Poseidon), and just like the sea astrological Neptune's character is vast, boundless and unfathomable.
It rules over our dreams, our right brain and the unconscious. These are all traits of the Waning Moon or Dark Goddess in Her aspect of the. Sep 29, · As concept in nature, Olokun is the bottom two thirds of the ocean. All of the oceans and seas form and integrated unit and together may be properly called the World ocean.
It is this idea of the ocean that Olokun rules. Olokun rules all the waters on Earth, including the. It is complete with Oriki in English as well as Yoruba with grammatical emphasis marks to ensure proper pronunciation of the Yoruba language.
Included are Oriki for the following: Egun, Esu, Osoosi, Ogun, Obatala, Olokun, Yemoja, Aganju, Oya, Sango, Ibeji, Osun, Oko, Osanyin, Nana Baruku, Orunmila, Odu, Ela, and much more!4/5(3). Goddess Devotions – Prayers to Yemaya by Kimberly F.
Moore. July 22, are like fish”. Yemaya is the owner of the Ogun River and a lake that is named for her. Her “hidden” aspect, Olokun, is considered to be the owner of Oceans (and in some traditions, Olokun is a separate Orisha from Yemaya).
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The word Yemoja is an elision of the Yoruba Oriki (praise name) " Yeye mo oja ", which means " Mother of Fish". The word "Olukun" is a contraction of Olohun meaning "owner", and "okun" meaning "ocean".
Both of these words are the names given to describe a complex convergence of.Dec 30, · Orishas who are more obscure and lesser known. Here are some basic notes on several of them: Aje Shaluga - The Orisha of wealth. She is related to Obatala, Yemoja, and Olokun. She lives in an urn similar to one used for Yemoja, although smaller, which .Mar 27, · Get YouTube without the ads.
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