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Ijó: a dança dos filhos da serpente on Behance by Karmaleão. #Ewá. #Yewa, #Oxumarê , #Osumare , #Orisha, #Orixá, #Axé, #Umbanda, #Candomblé

Coiffe d'Oyá, Orixa du vent et de l'eau qui courent dans le candomblé au Brésil

Oxóssi, O Caçador by celiasodre, via Flickr

Festa do Bembe do Mercado, Brazil

OGUM - DA SÉRIE: "AS ARMAS DOS ORIXÁS" - See https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/45/d9/ea/45d9ea9b197f195baf48f08a9ce62818.jpg

A girl dressed in ceremonial Oxun clothing takes part in a washing ceremony during an event celebrating National Black Consciousness Day in Brasilia, Brazil #yeyeoshun

Oya- Orisha of change and lightning. She is offered eggplant and her sacred number is 9 #lucumi #orisha #oya

DA SÉRIE: "AS ARMAS DOS ORIXÁS". Técnica: bico de pena s/ papel 180g/m², tamanho 28X21cm.

Olokun, the orisha of the Yoruban pantheon whose name means "Owner of Oceans." Olokun governs the ocean depths, material wealth, psychic abilities, dreaming, meditation, mental health and water-based healing. Olokun is considered the patron orisha of the African diaspora and its descendants, having received the bodies of slaves who threw themselves into the ocean depths during the Transatlantic Slave Trade.