Yemanja, Brazilian goddess of the sea, is the essence of motherhood, the protector of children, fishermen and sailors, and most importantly, she is the sea itself. #theaphroditeway

Yemanja, Brazilian goddess of the sea, is the essence of motherhood, the protector of children, fishermen and sailors, and most importantly, she is the sea itself. #theaphroditeway

Cuteness overload in this mustard podia dots outfit. How pretty is she going to look in this outfit? This adorable outfit never goes out of style and is always the favorite at every baby shower! A sweet gift for a very special baby girl. If you like something else print in the onesie,

Cuteness overload in this mustard podia dots outfit. How pretty is she going to look in this outfit? This adorable outfit never goes out of style and is always the favorite at every baby shower! A sweet gift for a very special baby girl. If you like something else print in the onesie,

"Yemoja", illustrated by Mikael Quites.  Follow the artist here: https://facebook.com/mikael.quites  ARTIST COMMENTARY: Yemoja, one of the main orishas of the Ifa religion, and Afro-Brazilian mysticism. I wanted to show a different version of her, inspired by the shapes and powers of the sea. I did this image for the wonderful "Contos de Orun Àiyé", a comic book project by Hugo Canuto.

“Yemoja”, illustrated by Mikael Quites" ARTIST COMMENTARY: Yemoja, one of the main orishas of the Ifa religion, and Afro-Brazilian mysticism.

I would love to see some reversal and playing with these tropes, some serious confrontations of the disability and gender narratives embedded in storytelling about mermaid...

fairytalemood: “ “Mary Belle and the Mermaid” by Leo and Diane Dillon ” I had this book growing up! All feminist takes on folk tales, all African American.

Yemanja is an orisha, originally of the Yoruba religion, who has become prominent in many Afro-American religions.

Yemanja (the Black Mermaid). Painted by Brazilian artist Nelson Boeira, is part of the series“Deuses do Panteão Africano (Orixás)” - "Gods of African pantheon (Orishas)"

Yemaya is the Afrocuban spelling of the Yoruba Orisa Yemoja. Goddess of the Ogun River and all waters, especially the sea, her name comes from the Yoruba “Yeye emo eja” and means: “Mother whose children are the fishes”. She represents motherhood, nurturing, healing. She is bountiful and plenteous, full of selfless generosity. Normally gentle and calm, her anger is swift and terrible like a tsunami. She is the Mother of the world and sustains all living things.

Yemaya is the Afrocuban spelling of the Yoruba Orisa Yemoja. Goddess of the Ogun River and all waters, especially the sea, her name comes from the Yoruba “Yeye emo eja” and means: “Mother whose.

Mermaid Baby Gown Tutorial + Owlet Smart Sock Promo

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Olokun, the Goddess of the Bottom of the Ocean of the West African Yoruba People

Yemaya means “Mother Whose Children are the Fish” to reflect the fact that her children are uncountable. She also rules over maternity in our lives as she is the Mother of All.

Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from the Yoruba religion said to be the ocean, the essence of motherhood, and a protector of children. Blessed Mother

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holdmygold: “ Yemaya is the Yoruba (West African) goddess of water and life. In the Yoruba religion, Yemaya is an orisha, an animistic deity who is a manifestation of one part of God. The Yoruba.

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7 Day Altar Working for Yemaya, Comfort, Security, Finances & Job, Children, Fertility, Dream Magick by Barefoot Witchery Shoppe on Amaranth

7 Day Altar Working for Yemaya, Comfort, Security, Finances & Job, Children…

Osumare: African deity of direct movement, rainbow-serpent, guardian of children, changes sexes, lord of elongated things, and controller of the umbilical cord

Ochumare, African God of direct movement, Rainbow-Serpent, guardian of children, Lord of Elogated Things and Controller of the Umbilical Cord (by James C.

Yemaya, the ultimate mother and represents motherhood, fertility, and the fountain of life. She is the mistress of the waters and ocean, her name means Yoruba Yemoja(Yeye: Mother - Omo: Child - Eya: Fish) Mother who children are the fish. Meaning...

Yemaya, the ultimate mother and represents motherhood, fertility, and the fountain of life. She is the mistress of the waters and ocean, her name means Yoruba Yemoja(Yeye: Mother - Omo: Child - Eya: Fish) Mother who children are the fish.

Arise, then, women of this day! Arise all women who have hearts, whether our baptism be that of water or of fears! (from the original Mother's Day Proclamation from 1870) Art -The Divine Moon: Yemanjá

Yemaya is an Osha of the Head’s Oshas group. Yemaya is the mother of all the children in the Earth, Iyá Omo Aiyé. She represents the uterus in any specie, the source of the life, the fertility, the.

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