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Yemanja, Orixa of the ocean by Ginga & Helen Dos Santos

Yemanja, Orixa of the ocean by Ginga & Helen Dos Santos

Xango art by André Hora ❤ So dope!!!

Xango art by André Hora ❤ So dope!!!

Oxumaré art by André Hora

Oxumaré art by André Hora

Oxossi, Orixa of the hunt by Ginga & Helen Dos Santos

Oxossi, Orixa of the hunt by Ginga & Helen Dos Santos

Carnival Brazil - 2012 Orixas - Photo by Mangueira

Carnival Brazil - 2012 Orixas - Photo by Mangueira

trajes de santo | ORIXÁS, UMBANDA E CANDOMBLÉ: ROUPAS DE SANTO - CANDOMBLÉ -II

trajes de santo | ORIXÁS, UMBANDA E CANDOMBLÉ: ROUPAS DE SANTO - CANDOMBLÉ -II

The 7 African Powers are seven of the most well-known and celebrated deities (orishas) of the Yoruban pantheon. The orishas are common to all faiths of Yoruban origin, although they are not always considered to be the same deities. In Santeria, Voodoo's sister religion, they are referred to as Las Sietes Potencias. In Macumba traditions (Candomble, Umbanda), they are called Orixa. In Vodoun, they are called Lwas (Loas), and in Palo, they are referred to as Nkisi.

The 7 African Powers are seven of the most well-known and celebrated deities (orishas) of the Yoruban pantheon. The orishas are common to all faiths of Yoruban origin, although they are not always considered to be the same deities. In Santeria, Voodoo's sister religion, they are referred to as Las Sietes Potencias. In Macumba traditions (Candomble, Umbanda), they are called Orixa. In Vodoun, they are called Lwas (Loas), and in Palo, they are referred to as Nkisi.

'Bahianas'

'Bahianas'

Hotel Bahia Brazil

Hotel Bahia Brazil

#carnival #brazil Mangueira 2012 #orixas

#carnival #brazil Mangueira 2012 #orixas

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