Oya orisha

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Oya , goddess of wind and storm Oya Goddess, Goddess Art, Goddess Tattoo, African Mythology, African Goddess, Philippine Mythology, Oya Orisha, Orishas Yoruba, Mythological Creatures

OYA by nraminhos on DeviantArt

Procelária "É vista quando há vento e grande vaga Ela faz um ninho no rolar da fúria e voa firme e certa como bala As suas asas empr... OYA

Iansã by liliana ostrovsky Oya Goddess, Oya Orisha, Orishas Yoruba, Yoruba Religion, Black Love Art, Black Artwork, Sacred Art, Gods And Goddesses, African Art

Liliana Ostrovsky: Ilustrações

Essas ilustrações fazem parte do projeto Caravana do Axé, desenhada por mim e colorida por Paula Santos, para a Agência Metara Comunicação. Iemanjá Xangô Ossain Iansã .

TAURUS – Zodiac African American Art Black Woman Goddess Natural Hair Afro Afrofuturism Fantasy Illustration Painting by Sheeba Maya TAURUS Zodiac Illustration Signed Print by SheebaMaya on Etsy Black Goddess, Goddess Art, Oya Goddess, Mother Goddess, Black Women Art, Black Art, Art Women, Taurus Birthday, Orishas Yoruba

TAURUS Zodiac African American Art Black Woman Goddess

Epaheey! "OYA", Goddess of Winds, Storms and Changes of Fortunes". "The GODDESSES / Psychology of Female Power".

The Orishas Yemaya,Oshun and Oya. Santeria is an African Diaspora religion centered in Cuba. It recognizes a collection of deities known as orishas with whom human beings can interact. PD AND TEA African Mythology, African Goddess, Black Women Art, Black Art, African Culture, African Art, Orishas Cuba, Yoruba Religion, Triple Goddess

The Orishas Yemaya,Oshun and Oya. Santeria is an African Diaspora religion centered in Cuba. It recognizes a collection of deities known as orishas with whom human beings can interact.

Yoruba Goddess Oya on Behance Oya Goddess, Goddess Art, Goddess Tattoo, African Mythology, African Goddess, Black Girl Art, Black Women Art, African American Art, African Art

Oya by yinyanglonnie on DeviantArt

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Yoruba Goddess Oya on Behance Oya Goddess, Goddess Art, Goddess Tattoo, African Mythology, African Goddess, Black Girl Art, Black Women Art, African American Art, African Art

Oya by yinyanglonnie on DeviantArt

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Coiffe d'Oyá, Orixa du vent et de l'eau qui courent dans le candomblé au Brésil Divine Goddess, Oshun Goddess, Oya Orisha, Orishas Yoruba, Yoruba People, African Culture, Divine Feminine, Gods And Goddesses, Voodoo

Coiffe d'Oyá, Orixa du vent et de l'eau qui courent dans le candomblé au Brésil

Coiffe d'Oyá, Orixa du vent et de l'eau qui courent dans le candomblé au Brésil Divine Goddess, Oshun Goddess, Oya Orisha, Orishas Yoruba, Yoruba People, African Culture, Divine Feminine, Gods And Goddesses, Voodoo

Coiffe d'Oyá, Orixa du vent et de l'eau qui courent dans le candomblé au Brésil

Goddess of Coffee art nouveau African American Art, African Art, Black Women Art, Black Art, Orishas Yoruba, Goddess Art, Oya Goddess, Divine Goddess, Black Goddess

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Oya is a Great Yoruban Orisha. She is the goddess of Storms and Winds, from rainbows to thunder. Her name means "She Who Tore" in Yoruba. Oya Goddess, Mother Goddess, African Mythology, African Goddess, Sacred Feminine, Divine Feminine, Baba Yaga, Religion Wicca, Orishas Yoruba

Oya -- Yoruba/Santeria. She is seen in aspects as the warrior-spirit of the wind, lightning, fertility, fire, and magic. She creates hurricanes and tornadoes, and guards the underworld. Beyond destruction, Oya is the spirit of change, transition, and the chaos that often brings it about.

Photographer invokes spirits of the Yoruba orishas in “Ode to Oya” photo series - AFROPUNK Yoruba Orishas, African Traditions, Magical Makeup, Makeup Tips For Beginners, Foto Art, Afro Punk, Photo Series, Tips Belleza, Beautiful Black Women

Photographer invokes spirits of the Yoruba orishas in “Ode to Oya” photo series - AFROPUNK

Yannis Guibinga, the Gabonese photographer based out of Canada, is invoking the spirits of the orisha Oya in her new photo series. “Ode To Oya” is a series surrounding African traditions and spirituality. In the Yoruba mythology, Oya is known as the goddess of winds and tempests. This photo series is meant to highlight and […]