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🌀Black Archaeology🌀 Dec 31
The Black Queen of the Ocean 🌊, and the African female Saint 👸🏽 of Brazilian New Year. is the Yorùbá Orisha or Goddess of the living Ocean, she is the mother of all. She is the source of all the waters, including the rivers of western Africa, especially the River Ogun.
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Ancestral Voices Jul 20
If you get caught up on the messenger you may miss the message. 💙
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Nalo Hopkinson 4 Dec 18
Feeding my Black mermaid obsession
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Travis Coles Sep 25
As we all let the weight of settle in I just want to take a moment and thank the amazing crew for excellency across the board
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Iyaamiaje Jul 9
💙 We Got Our Day... When the universe throughs challanges and obstacles your way always see the gift in what is going on before you and know that it is there to create room and space for the abundant life you deserve in opposition. 🦋
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CHERIESE GALLERIA STUDIOS ™️ Jul 10
What’s this? 😱😱🔥 🌊... . So lately I’ve been a little home sick and this blue been talking to me and then I remembered I have from home mix a master piece called “
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Ricky Castillo Feb 27
A song of Mayda Cuellar for my first album! My favorite by far, what do you guys think? "Reyna de los mares" is a song dedicated to "" the queen of the sea, from the -cuban religion! Pre-order the album(Link in Bio)
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KABUMBA Mar 20
Project: (Photoseries Segment) Figure No.5: 👸🏾✨🌊 Description: The Yoruba Orisha or Goddess of the living Ocean, she is often depicted as a mermaid or moon goddess. VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE INFO NOW:
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Jessica Marie Johnson Jul 8
I love how the whole diaspora is rising up to defend black mermaids. I've seen posts from Spain, France, Ghana, Caribbean (of course), and the U.S. We are not new to these high femme water spirits!
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cecelialorraine Aug 3
Oshun y Shango y Orishas y Eggun have blessed me in more ways than I could ever imagine. So thankful. Happy Birthday to my Iya!!!
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Christina Dominguez 🔮 Jul 5
Happy Friday! Giving thanks to mama yemaya 🧜🏽‍♀️💙🌊👁🕯☀️
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Coyote Moon Crystals and Gifts Sep 7
Today, we celebrate the of , the great mother who lives and rules over the seas. 🌊 She is a West African, Brazilian and Afro-Caribbean Goddess. 👑
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Yeyeo Botanica Apr 5
Creating an altar for Oshun doesn't have to be intimidating. Here are six of Oshun's favorite offerings for a sweet and effective altar!
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Iyaamiaje Jul 9
💙Maferefun Yemeya showing up to pull you out of the trenches and lift you up to the light of your divine strength and wisdom.
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Kevsky! Aug 21
Any1 can be a ! No matter race, gender, preference or etc, we birthed from the sea & are children of . Let no1 discourage u. Watch full swim on !
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ile La Serrana Jul 17
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Lilith Dorsey Jun 13
Yemaya the Orisha with the of the Ocean . The tale says “ they believed the Ocean would swallow them up...”
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Dr. Ross 3h
Ashé International, Inc. returns to this weekend for our last all-inclusive of 2019. Dedicated to & -Aye, itinerary includes: Cajon Party for Eleggua Guiro for Yemaya Pilgrimage to el Rincón Email us for 2020 tours: tocubawithashe@gmail.com
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🔮Yemaya Tarot🔮 Jul 30
🗣️🗣️ August is the month of free Celtic cross readings, don't miss out on an in depth reading 😇 tell a friend to tell a friend
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Brujas of NYC Sep 7
September 7 — Today we celebrate The Feast Day for Orisha, Mother, Yemaya; ruler of the seas and lakes 🌊🥚🐚
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