More ideas from Ale

Father, Virgin Mary

Deu uma ventania (ô ganga) No alto da serra É a pombo gira (ô ganga) Que vem girar na Terra

Heartlight by `vacuumslayer

Oxumare

Oxumare

Saravá Seu Zé!

Saravá Seu Zé!

✦ O Outro Plano ✦ https://www.facebook.com/theanotherplan

What we don't see is the invisible heavenly host of angels that God is using to accomplish his will, led by Christ Jesus.

Oshun and Shango

African orishas Sango and osun. The will and the imagination

Oxumaré orixá da chuva e do arco-íris, o dono das Cobras e das transformações. - linhadasaguas.com.br

Fantasy Art Print African Ethinic Temple Snake by CarolPhillipsArt

xango

Meu Rei Absoluto -Artist `Ammar Nsoroma, "Shango" from The 7 African Powers Series Mixed media (acrylic paint & collage), 2011

Oya is one of the most powerful Orishas. Her full name is Oya Yansan, which means “Mother of Nine.” A Warrior-Queen, She is the sister-wife of the God Shango, to whom She gave the power to create storms. Much of Oya's power is rooted in the natural world; She is the Goddess of thunder, lightning, tornadoes, winds, rainstorms and hurricanes. A Fire Goddess, it is Oya who brings rapid change and aids us in both inner and outer transformation.

Oya is the African goddess of the wind, fire and the thunderbolt. She was important to the Yoruba tribe. She may not be seen specifically in multiple tribes and sections of African mythology, but characters similar to her are.

xango

Sango by Godwin Akpan