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Our Lady of Regla (patron saint of sailors and of Havana Port) - the Catholic Saint used to represent Yemaya.

Our Lady of Regla (patron saint of sailors and of Havana Port) - the Catholic Saint used to represent Yemaya.

Santa Bárbara en la Iglesia parroquial de Santa Bárbara de San Martín del Rey Aurelio, Asturias

Santa Bárbara en la Iglesia parroquial de Santa Bárbara de San Martín del Rey Aurelio, Asturias

Oshun, or Ochun (pronounced [ɔʃún]) in the Yoruba religion, is an Orisha who reigns over love, intimacy, beauty, wealth and diplomacy.   She is associated with the color yellow, metal brass,[1] peacock feathers, mirrors, honey and anything of beauty, her principal day of the week is Saturday and the number she is associated with is 5. She is the river goddess

Oshun, or Ochun (pronounced [ɔʃún]) in the Yoruba religion, is an Orisha who reigns over love, intimacy, beauty, wealth and diplomacy. She is associated with the color yellow, metal brass,[1] peacock feathers, mirrors, honey and anything of beauty, her principal day of the week is Saturday and the number she is associated with is 5. She is the river goddess

Ambrosius Benson (c. 1495-before 1550) Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Barbara (detail)

Ambrosius Benson (c. 1495-before 1550) Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Barbara (detail)

A bulto of St. Barbara, possibly by Molleno, is restored. It is made of water-based paint on gesso-covered pine. (Courtesy of the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art)

A bulto of St. Barbara, possibly by Molleno, is restored. It is made of water-based paint on gesso-covered pine. (Courtesy of the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art)

Full of Grace and Truth: The Relic of St. Barbara to visit Athens

Full of Grace and Truth: The Relic of St. Barbara to visit Athens

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