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    Maferefun Esu ! 🤣🤣🤣 Ase Ooooo Oya ! 
#Repost @orishamagic with @get_repost
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Out of all my altars OYA is the one that shines the most, and likes to put up high, her crown is something I look at and admire each day,
🌪 👑 
Oyá (also Ollá, Yansa or Yansán) is a fierce and powerful female warrior orisha in Santeria. She is the owner of the marketplace, and keeps the gates of the cemetery. She is the force of change in nature and in life. She wields lightning and rides the winds into battle, often fighting with her machetes side-by-side with her favorite lover, Changó. Oyá raises the armies of the dead as her soldiers and is said to use the tornado as her weapon. Oyá’s aché is fierce, tumultuous, changing and protective.
Contrary to what many assume, Oyá does not live in the cemetery. She lives in the marketplace and steers the changing fortunes made through business. She does own the cemetery gates and will escort the spirits of the dead to the threshold of the graveyard, but it is actually Obba and Yewá who live in the cemetery itself. Oyá is said to control the air and winds in nature, and often rides storms into battle against her enemies.
Oya is a complex orisha who has endured much sadness in her life. She is known as the “mother of nine” for she gave birth to nine different stillborn children. She carries much sadness about her incapacity to give birth and she dresses with nine different colored scarves around her waist in memory of her lost children. When Oshún ejected her twins, the Ibeji, out of her house it was Oyá who took in the Ibeji and raised them as her own. (Some lineages say it was Yemaya who raised the Ibeji.)
Ashe #eleggua 
Ashe #yemaya 
Ashe #obatala
Ashe #orula 
Ashe #oshun 
Ashe #olofin 
Ashe #ifa 
Ashe #santamarta
Ashe #eshu 
Ashe #legba 
Ashe #elegba 
Ashe #orula 
Ashe #santeria 
Ashe #eggun 
Ashe #oggun 
Ashe #shango 
Ashe #chango
Ashe #oduduwa
Ashe #mexico 
Ashe #dominicanrepublic 
Ashe #candelo 
Ashe #papacandelo
Ashe #olofin 
Ashe #nyc #soulreader #readings #spiritualreading

    Maferefun Esu ! 🤣🤣🤣 Ase Ooooo Oya !
    #Repost @orishamagic with @get_repost
    ・・・
    Out of all my altars OYA is the one that shines the most, and likes to put up high, her crown is something I look at and admire each day,
    🌪 👑
    Oyá (also Ollá, Yansa or Yansán) is a fierce and powerful female warrior orisha in Santeria. She is the owner of the marketplace, and keeps the gates of the cemetery. She is the force of change in nature and in life. She wields lightning and rides the winds into battle, often fighting with her machetes side-by-side with her favorite lover, Changó. Oyá raises the armies of the dead as her soldiers and is said to use the tornado as her weapon. Oyá’s aché is fierce, tumultuous, changing and protective.
    Contrary to what many assume, Oyá does not live in the cemetery. She lives in the marketplace and steers the changing fortunes made through business. She does own the cemetery gates and will escort the spirits of the dead to the threshold of the graveyard, but it is actually Obba and Yewá who live in the cemetery itself. Oyá is said to control the air and winds in nature, and often rides storms into battle against her enemies.
    Oya is a complex orisha who has endured much sadness in her life. She is known as the “mother of nine” for she gave birth to nine different stillborn children. She carries much sadness about her incapacity to give birth and she dresses with nine different colored scarves around her waist in memory of her lost children. When Oshún ejected her twins, the Ibeji, out of her house it was Oyá who took in the Ibeji and raised them as her own. (Some lineages say it was Yemaya who raised the Ibeji.)
    Ashe #eleggua
    Ashe #yemaya
    Ashe #obatala
    Ashe #orula
    Ashe #oshun
    Ashe #olofin
    Ashe #ifa
    Ashe #santamarta
    Ashe #eshu
    Ashe #legba
    Ashe #elegba
    Ashe #orula
    Ashe #santeria
    Ashe #eggun
    Ashe #oggun
    Ashe #shango
    Ashe #chango
    Ashe #oduduwa
    Ashe #mexico
    Ashe #dominicanrepublic
    Ashe #candelo
    Ashe #papacandelo
    Ashe #olofin
    Ashe #nyc #soulreader #readings #spiritualreading

    2 0 33 minutes ago

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    E'kaaro good people!!! Eku Ose Sango ati Oya!!! Sango the great King of Oyo the true showman of the world!! The one who controls the rainfall,the father of Iná (fire) !! He who scatters those unwanted conspirators!!! Oba Is not to be played with ooo!!! Oba here are my Orógbó for today bring Isegun ooo!!! Ótúrúpón Ìrosùn

Ijan ntifi 
Ijan n fi 
Cast Ifá for Olomo
He who stays inside and spread out his hands of 
honor 
Who is daring you? 
Never! 
I do not dare you Áládó 
Ase ooo

#sango #shango #oya #orisa #orishas #obatala #ogun #orunmila #babalawo #africanspirituality

    E'kaaro good people!!! Eku Ose Sango ati Oya!!! Sango the great King of Oyo the true showman of the world!! The one who controls the rainfall,the father of Iná (fire) !! He who scatters those unwanted conspirators!!! Oba Is not to be played with ooo!!! Oba here are my Orógbó for today bring Isegun ooo!!! Ótúrúpón Ìrosùn

    Ijan ntifi
    Ijan n fi
    Cast Ifá for Olomo
    He who stays inside and spread out his hands of
    honor
    Who is daring you?
    Never!
    I do not dare you Áládó
    Ase ooo

    #sango #shango #oya #orisa #orishas #obatala #ogun #orunmila #babalawo #africanspirituality

    5 0 2 hours ago

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    “No one gets in but me,” she said. “And no one leaves without my consent.” Ikú (Death) and Oyá had pacts, and although Ikú knew it was an orisha she imprisoned in the land of the dead, the spirit of death had no choice but to comply. Of all that existed in both worlds, only Oyá had the strength to fight Ikú and win. Ikú did not like to fight and lose.

    “No one gets in but me,” she said. “And no one leaves without my consent.” Ikú (Death) and Oyá had pacts, and although Ikú knew it was an orisha she imprisoned in the land of the dead, the spirit of death had no choice but to comply. Of all that existed in both worlds, only Oyá had the strength to fight Ikú and win. Ikú did not like to fight and lose.

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    If Oshún is nothing else, she is mysterious; and more than that, she is a literal orisha. She takes people at their word. The concept of owing something to Oshún comes from a series of patakís that I call the “Cosita-Sagas.” The word cosita is Spanish, and translates into “something,” or “a little something.”

    If Oshún is nothing else, she is mysterious; and more than that, she is a literal orisha. She takes people at their word. The concept of owing something to Oshún comes from a series of patakís that I call the “Cosita-Sagas.” The word cosita is Spanish, and translates into “something,” or “a little something.”

    1,231 19 23 March, 2019

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    Of all the orishas, it was Oyá who felt creation’s death rattle reverberating in the earth; the ashé to feel the moment between life and death was hers, and she felt that moment approaching. Others were too busy working to realize creation’s fabric was unraveling. The material world, her marketplace, was about to take its last breath; she felt it dying.

    Of all the orishas, it was Oyá who felt creation’s death rattle reverberating in the earth; the ashé to feel the moment between life and death was hers, and she felt that moment approaching. Others were too busy working to realize creation’s fabric was unraveling. The material world, her marketplace, was about to take its last breath; she felt it dying.

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    After many months of being by himself on the land he created, Obatala finds that he can craft figures out of soft clay. He begins to mould clay beings in his image. After doing this for a long time, he decides to take a break and makes wine from the palm trees scattered across the land. He drinks bowl after bowl after bowl of palm wine, then goes back to creating his clay figures. Not realizing his drunkenness, Obatala’s clay figures start coming out misshapen. Obatala calls out to Olodumare , to breathe life into his clay figures.  Olodumare did as Obatala asked and brought the clay figures to life. The next day, when Obatala had sobered up and saw all the people building huts as he had, he noticed some struggling, walking around lame and blind. Seeing that it was his fault for making them while drunk, Obatala swore to never drink again, and to always protect the disabled.

    After many months of being by himself on the land he created, Obatala finds that he can craft figures out of soft clay. He begins to mould clay beings in his image. After doing this for a long time, he decides to take a break and makes wine from the palm trees scattered across the land. He drinks bowl after bowl after bowl of palm wine, then goes back to creating his clay figures. Not realizing his drunkenness, Obatala’s clay figures start coming out misshapen. Obatala calls out to Olodumare , to breathe life into his clay figures. Olodumare did as Obatala asked and brought the clay figures to life. The next day, when Obatala had sobered up and saw all the people building huts as he had, he noticed some struggling, walking around lame and blind. Seeing that it was his fault for making them while drunk, Obatala swore to never drink again, and to always protect the disabled.

    791 14 17 March, 2019

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    Yemaya has a very special relationship with two orishas in particular: Oshún and Chango. Oshún is often depicted as Yemaya’s sister, and Yemaya allows Oshún to take residence in her rivers. Yemaya and Oshun relate to one another like typical sisters; they love each other and also have a bit of sibling rivalry. Chango and Yemaya are inseparable. Some followers of Santeria say Yemaya is Chango’s mother. The two of them eat together and Chango shares his wealth with Yemaya. Yemaya helped mold Chango into the wise leader he was meant to be from birth (although he initially lacked the skill to rule with grace).

    Yemaya has a very special relationship with two orishas in particular: Oshún and Chango. Oshún is often depicted as Yemaya’s sister, and Yemaya allows Oshún to take residence in her rivers. Yemaya and Oshun relate to one another like typical sisters; they love each other and also have a bit of sibling rivalry. Chango and Yemaya are inseparable. Some followers of Santeria say Yemaya is Chango’s mother. The two of them eat together and Chango shares his wealth with Yemaya. Yemaya helped mold Chango into the wise leader he was meant to be from birth (although he initially lacked the skill to rule with grace).

    1,084 16 16 March, 2019
    You are not born of earthly parents. Obatalá molded your bodies from the clay of the earth, and Olódumare gave you the breath of life. You are creatures of the perfect earth, created by Obatalá’s own hands, imbued with God’s very breath, the ashé of heaven. You are not bound to one world or the other.

    You are not born of earthly parents. Obatalá molded your bodies from the clay of the earth, and Olódumare gave you the breath of life. You are creatures of the perfect earth, created by Obatalá’s own hands, imbued with God’s very breath, the ashé of heaven. You are not bound to one world or the other.

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