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2 de febrero dia de Iemanjá (o Jemanjá, o Yemanyá), orixá femenino del panteón yoruba originario de Nigeria y trasladado al continente americano en el periodo del tráfico de esclavos junto con el resto de sus religiones y costumbres. Playa Ramirez, Montevideo 2009

2 de febrero dia de Iemanjá (o Jemanjá, o Yemanyá), orixá femenino del panteón yoruba originario de Nigeria y trasladado al continente americano en el periodo del tráfico de esclavos junto con el resto de sus religiones y costumbres. Playa Ramirez, Montevideo 2009

In Yoruba mythology, Aganju is the Orisha of volcanos, the wilderness, and the river. He is associated with Saint Christopher.    As the third Òrìsà said to have come to earth, Aganjú is an Òrìsà of great antiquity.

In Yoruba mythology, Aganju is the Orisha of volcanos, the wilderness, and the river. He is associated with Saint Christopher. As the third Òrìsà said to have come to earth, Aganjú is an Òrìsà of great antiquity.

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Uli is primarily known as a the Hawaiian Goddess of Magic or Sorcery. At the same time she is associated with Knowledge of Healing. She is sometimes related as a wife or sister of the underworld god Manua, or of the upper world god Wakea, and sometimes of the more intellectual god Lono. Her name, Uli, means "any dark color," "to steer," and "omen." Though the 'ulili or tattler bird is her most common kino lau (shape-shift form), she also takes the form of the tropic bird and the plover.

Uli is primarily known as a the Hawaiian Goddess of Magic or Sorcery. At the same time she is associated with Knowledge of Healing. She is sometimes related as a wife or sister of the underworld god Manua, or of the upper world god Wakea, and sometimes of the more intellectual god Lono. Her name, Uli, means "any dark color," "to steer," and "omen." Though the 'ulili or tattler bird is her most common kino lau (shape-shift form), she also takes the form of the tropic bird and the plover.

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