Arise, then, women of this day! Arise all women who have hearts, whether our baptism be that of water or of fears! (from the original Mother's Day ...
She is an orisha and the mother of all orishas, having given birth to the 14 Yoruba gods and goddesses.
Odoya Yemanja 0 see http://jumqwt74jagry7.deviantart.com/art/Yemanja-655792227 | . Orixas: Yemanja | Pinterest | Goddesses, Orisha and Moon goddess
When we connect with & BE the Divine beauty of our Inner Paradise, we merge Heaven & Earth... ♥♥ Beautiful Artwork ~ A Flute by the Sea by Eva Ruiz
Art and photos I like. I like a wide variety of art and can be unusually random. This is art for adults.
"YEMOJA", Goddess of The Sea, Rivers. Goddess of The Moon. The Ultimate Symbol and Personification of Motherhood. The Origin and Maternal source of Divine, ...
Yemanja is an orisha, originally of the Yoruba religion, who has become prominent in many Afro-American religions.
Obatala > Yoruba gods; Obatala always dresses in white. He protects you agains blindness, paralisis and dementia
Yemaya is the Goddess of water and healing, and is honored throughout West Africa and the Caribbean as the mother of the sea and the moon.
Yemaya - Central American/African goddess of pregnancy and childbirth - We are woman the nurturer and carrier of life.
From "The Goddess Inspiration Oracle" created and illustrated by THE Kris Waldherr. The Card, interestingly enough, is subtitled "Modesty.
aggayu chola, aganju sola, agayu shola, orisha, yoruba, shango, xango, aganju xango, santeria, lukumi, oche chango, oshe shango, orisha image
Concept Art, Merfolk, Sirens, Legends, Animation, Mermaids, Mermaid Art, Conceptual Art, Motion Graphics
¡Kaó Kabiesilé, Shango Alufina! Papá Changó escucha a tu hijo que acude a ti. Tú que eres el dueño de mi casa cuídanos .
Path of Yemaya Reiki will support you through life challenges. Yemaya's compassionate energy will wash away any troubles or sorrows.
Goddess Of The Sea Helga Viking Lens, Ina's 1969 Film, © Copyright Priscilla Jiminian · OrishaOceans
Yemaya ruler of the ocean, have the rivers to OSHUN. Osun helps with fertility and conceiving and Yemaya pregnancy and birth. But sweet and loving ✨☀
fairytalemood: “ “Mary Belle and the Mermaid” by Leo and Diane Dillon ” I had this book growing up! All feminist takes on folk tales, all African American.