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Shango Yoruba African God of Storms syncopated Spirit of

Shango Yoruba African God of Storms syncopated Spirit of

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Shango ⚡ - Yoruba African God of Storms (syncopated Spirit of Thunder, Drums and Dance)

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Xangô Agodô Mais

AGAYU: Yoruba Orisha (African god) of volcanoes and deserts. Also known as the father of Shango. Courtesy: James C.

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Chango y Oya by Jesus Miguel Quintana❤

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Shango Orisha of thunder,⚡ by Stephen Hamilton ❤

Chango-God of Fire, Thunder, Lightening & War

Baba Shango and his tree wives Yeye Oshun, Yeye Oya, and Yeye Oba

"Goddess of Coffee" by Echo Chernik via DeviantArt. labelled as Oya. Love a goddess of coffee!

Shango

Oya, Yoruban goddess of the winds and change. Guardian of the cemetery gates. She is an Orisha of the religion known as Santaria.

African God Of Thunder

theartofstephen: “ “Shango with his three wives Oshun, Oya, and Oba”

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Shango

(Lukumí Ogún, Oggún, Yorùbá Ògún, Nagô Ogúm)

He was sent to heaven and was never seen again and his stomach hasn't troubled him since. Elegua. African Trickster God

The African Gods · nok-ind: “ Oshun, Shango, obatala ”

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(Lukumí Obatalá, Obbatalá, Yorùbá Ọbàtálá, Nagô Oxalá)

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(Lukumí Yemayá, Yorùbá Yemọja, Nagô Iemonja, Yemonja)

Shango

Some traditional "oshe Shango" carvings from Yorùbáland, creative interpretations of the simple double

maminature: “ Eshu ”

omgthatartifact: “ Eshu Dance Wand The Los Angeles County Museum of Art ”

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"It's a thrilling, highly intoxicating confection that's guaranteed to raise the spirits." -Record Collector

The starting point of a Cuban "fiesta", bàtá drumming without singing to invoke

Two different types of simple "iruke", Yorùbá royal regalia, made of horsetails

Àyàn/Anya was an Orìsà worshiped by the Ancestors of the W/African people and thereby considered as the God of drum and music. Drums like Bata, Sekere, ...

therealbornfree: “ Yoruba Adinkra Symbols ”

Ooni Adesoji Aderemi Ile-Ife Yoruba

Here some of Shango's simple double axes as used in contemporary folkloric dance education. 

As dusk approaches after a dazzling array of masqueraders imaging countless aspects of Yoruba life and thought, a final masker – one that synthesizes ...

Welcome to our second celebration of the sounds of Bombay Disco, which digs deeper into the recordwallah shops in the bazaars of India.

Olorun's fame went as far as the Caribbean. There are rumors saying he's secretly living a double life as the wind goddess, Yansen.

The Drum Spirit Who's larger Than life – The One That Sleeps On Its Side – The Initiates Know The Secret Of The Tortoise – The One That Breathlessly Take ...

From very early times, there has been a link in myths and legends between Bells, water and spirits. Water was seen as the element that joined the world of ...

Our Altar is the place we first dedicate our offerings, and our seeds to Ancestors. May the holy spirit of Ifa opens our eyes to this spiritual truth.

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The preservation of the Gelede celebration and its significance and homage to Women is a critical foundation of a community in so far as its cultural and ...

zosofi: “ Alexander McQueen Fall 2000 - Eshu ”

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Messages then go out to all members of the Gelede society outside the town or working far away to return home for the celebration.

The preservation of the Gelede celebration and its significance and homage to Women is a critical foundation of a community in so far as its cultural and ...

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Of course this is true with most drumming in West Africa. The dance is a very beautiful style… almost even like a martial arts.

Yeye Agbaomola shared

Indigo, Yorùbá "aro", dyeing pots used by the "aláro

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Xylophones, vibraphones, marimbas, have a common Ancestor – the African Bala. The culture of Balafon music is highly developed ...

Compiled by former Combustible Edison keyboardist/composer Brother Cleve, this set of 13 dancefloor slammers by Cultures of Soul Records is the real thing.

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Its members are generally considered to be part of the nobility of the various Yoruba kingdoms of West Africa.

... taboo to Àyàn the God of the Drum. In that case, if a Drum is broken, it is wrapped in white cloth and buried like a human being in a special ceremony.

The typical gesture for dancing Oshosi, mimicing bow and arrow. ©orishaimage.com

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The Drum Spirit Who's larger Than life – The One That Sleeps On Its Side – The Initiates Know The Secret Of The Tortoise – The One That Breathlessly Take ...

AFRO-CUBANS: MUSICALLY CREATIVE AFRICAN DESCENDANTS AND THE ONLY AFRICANS IN DIASPORA WHO HAS SOME OF THEIR DIASPORA BACK TO AFRICA TO SETTLE

Cas One Vs. Figuree - So Our Egos Don't Kill Us

The preservation of the Gelede celebration and its significance and homage to Women is a critical foundation of a community in so far as its cultural and ...

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SAINT GENEVIEVE - PATRON SAINT OF PARIS IS WELL LOVED IN LOUISIANA.

Zulu Singers in London and An African Scene ...

The greatest single motivation for a West African child to do well at his drumming is social: he wants to perform and behave as society expects him.

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Afro-Cuban Religion: Santeria Temple (Cabildo de los Congos Reales de San Antonio)

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It can be used as a place to pray and ask for divine guidance, a place to listen to messages from the spiritual realm and a place to give thanks for ...

An African Painting ...

As the capital of Cuba, Havana became a major transshipment point, which reduced local interest in producing sugar in the surrounding countryside.

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Bells symbolize paradise and the voice of God. Among the most basic and widespread uses of Bells is signaling–marking significant points of ritual, ...

Oshun's bembe drums in her shrine at the palace in Osogbo, Nigeria, 2015.

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A set of very simple "garabatos" for folkloric dance shows. ©

Scale of 16-bar Marimba which the author inspected in the Commercial Museum of Philadelphia ...

Morning Prayer to Orunmila I call upon Ire from the east,.

African Musical Instruments ...

Cubans express this fusion of real and imagined life in Yoruba rituals that include ceremonial

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