Images by Danilo Lejardi at Lejardi. Inle is the orisha of health and all medical healing. Inle is a man with fine features as of a woman. He has long silky hear that he puts in 7 braids and wears the finest clothes. For him to look as elegant as he does, he also became the patron of homosexuals. Inle was not, on the contrary as he is married to Abata. Inle has had relations with Yemaya and Oshun. His knowledge of all medical herbs and sticks is very abundant.
He learned a lot from Osain and has put his knowledge to use, taking care of the needy and the sick. He is a very humble man and is always tending to ones that are in need of him. Inle as well is a hunter and a great fisherman. He walks with a tall staff and his fishing hook. He enjoys to sit alongside the waters with his best friend Ochosi and they both catch fishes with ease. Wherever Inle is at, you can always find his best friend Ochosi nearby in hunt.Yemaya: Merceditas Valdes con Yoruba Andabo
These two go hand in hand. They love to sit at the rivers and drink and converse. Inle is represented in Santeria in a bluish green tureen in which there holds the secrets of Inle. He takes a trident in front of him, who is the spirit of Boyuto. Before his marriage to Abata, Inle had a relationship with Yemaya and due to that, Yemaya speaks for Inle. Inle is not crowned directly on the head of his children.Hay representaciones en donde aparece como mitad hombre y mitad pez.
Siempre baja enmascarado, es una deidad muy poderosa, terrible y sumamente misteriosa. Cuando se enfurece es temible para todos tanto dioses como mortales. Los colores que lo representan es el azul, blanco y negro. Son totalmente iguales. El loro es uno que lleva la buena fortuna hacia el jefe de Iwo. Es una deidad totalmente respetable.
Todos los seguidores de Olokun tienen en su conocimiento diferentes cantos que son totalmente dirigidos a esta deidad. Otra de las razones es que es un Orisha de la cual no se habla mucho y a causa de esto no tiene mucha fama o mejor dicho mucho reconocimiento para poder llegar a ser coronado.
Existen diferentes obras las cuales son realizadas y dedicadas para Olokun. Aunque cabe destacar que esta deidad no posee tanto reconocimiento a diferencia de otros dioses pero esto no quiere decir que se le quite la importancia que tiene en la actualidad, es por ello que al igual que todos los santos, esta deidad sigue siendo una importante divinidad.
Mucho se ha escrito sobre ello en este foro, y podemos decir con seguridad que el Olokun de Babalawo no tiene agua. Desde ese momento, Olokun solo vive atada en lo mas profundo del mar, sin ninguna posibilidad de poder salir. Otro patakies de Olokun es llamado Los Dos Guerreros. Su festividad es el 8 de Septiembre. Gracias a esta historia, esta Virgen pudo ser una patrona de todos los hombres del mar.
A este lugar fue llevada gracias al misionero agustino llamado Francisco Aballe.I love this breakdown, Maia Very informative, I enjoyed reading through you're research. Wonderful information! Quite interesting Are there more descriptions? Are all Osha or IFA or both? Saturday, November 28, The Paths of Yemaya. Each of the Orisha has many paths, and Yemaya is no exception.
Each mother is different. Some are clingy and protective. Some are strict and keep the wooden paddle at the ready. Some bake you cookies when you are sad.
For every mother there is a path of Yemaya. In preparation for my initiation to Her in July, I have been working on compiling as many of Her documented paths as possible.
My main reason was this: I would collect all Her paths, categorize them, and then choose one path from each category and work with this path intensely for a month. Then I would move on to the next path and by the time of the initiation, I would have gotten to know a wide variety of Yemayas.
I do this in part as well, so that as new Yemaya priests come along, I will have some concrete information to give them, a place to start with there own studies.
Disclaimer: I'm no great scholar. I took the information where I could find it, and sometimes that was the websites from traditional houses and sometimes that meant MySpace. Some of the paths have very different spellings, but very similar descriptions.Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Hotel Yemaya Adventure Club.
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Read more. Date of stay: May Value. Helpful Share.Orisha Oko is the orisha of agriculture and the fertility of the earth.
An eleke for Orisha Oko including pink coral and black jet beads. Orisha Oko eats all of the crops a farmer would plant in his fields, namely root vegetables. These include yams, sweet potatoes, taro root, corn and the like. He enjoys eating hearty foods that are seasoned with palm oil, smoked fish and toasted corn. With Orisha Oko, any cooked root vegetable like yams, potatoes, or taro root would be appropriate. They have a rough brown exterior and a white, starchy, slimy interior.
Mix the blend together and form it into 7 balls. This plate can then be offered to Orisha Oko and it is left for the appropriate amount of days as marked through divinationthen disposed of in a place in nature that would be appropriate for Orisha Oko — like a plowed fertile field, or a hole dug into the earth. Thoroughly wash and clean a large sweet potato, then prick it all over with a fork. Lightly oil the entire surface of the sweet potato with a bit of red palm oil, then wrap it in a piece of aluminum foil, making sure the foil is well sealed.
This will allow the sweet potato to roast and steam in the foil to tenderize its flesh.
Place in a pan or on a cookie sheet and put in the oven. Cooking time can vary from 30 to 60 minutes. Check the sweet potato by squeezing it with an oven mitt or by poking it with a knife.
The interior flesh should be very soft, and the knife should easily slice in and out of the potato. When fully cooked, remove the sweet potato from the oven, cut open the foil taking care to not burn yourself with the steam, and allow it to cool to room temperature.
When the offering is done dispose of it in nature either in a fertile plowed field or by digging a hole in the earth and feeding the earth with it.
Powered by WordPress and the Graphene Theme. Orisha Oko. Follow Us! Return to top.August 29, He is the king of our religion and his presence is found in every ceremony in Santeria. There seems to be a growing trend of people wanting to learn who their orisha is and how they can work with that orisha.
The head orisha is the right divine current of spiritual energy that person needs for his or her life to be balanced so his or her ultimate destiny can be attained. These are also legitimate and traditional initiations with a procedural adjustment. With the growing awareness of Santeriapeople find themselves infatuated with the orishas. There is a growing phenomenon of people wanting to know who their orisha is, along with a desire to worship and work with that orisha directly.
I recently saw an article in a well-known New Orleans Voodoo publication telling people to perform a shamanic journey to determine who their tutelary orisha is. So how does a person find out who their tutelary orisha is?
As far as all should be concerned you are under the tutelage and protection of Obatala. Obatala is the owner of all heads — he fashioned our bodies and minds. The guardian orisha can change before a person is ordained in kariocha and there is no point in knowing until the arrangements are already being made for kariocha.
You should not be focusing on one orisha. You should be working on your own self, overcoming your weaknesses and building a relationship with your ancestors long before kariocha. There are two times when you can find out who your guardian orisha is. For houses that are Ocha-centric and do not work with Babalawosthis would be the moment you are marked for kariocha.
This would happen in a divination where it is determined that you must be crowned a priest. Once this happens, that person should begin making preparations for kariocha — primarily saving money for the ceremony.
That way the godparents know whether they can crown that person barring any taboos to the contrary and they can begin to purchase the rights supplies and make the proper arrangements. If the person has not received their hand of Orunlathis can be done through a divination with Ikin palm nuts prior to the initiation. This is yet another reason why it is best to wait up until the last possible moment to determine the guardian orisha so that there are no dramatic changes that have to be made in the ceremony.
The first two are through divination. The third is through direct possession, but even this must be confirmed with divination. The divination is performed on a grass mat wrapped in a white sheet that is placed on the ground. The diviner is seated on the ground and the person being consulted is seated on a small stool on the covered mat within reach of the diviner. Three babalawos must be present for this to be done properly.
This ceremony is also perfomed on the floor like the one done in Ocha-centric houses.Search this site. Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7.
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Page 8. Page 9. Page Who and what is IFA? Orisa Oko. Spiritual Forces and Praise names.
Formation of the earth. The Marriage of Earth and Water. Yembo and Oddua. First child -Argayu Shola. The second child - Oggun.
The Fourth child- Ozun. Fifth child - Eleggua. Seventh child- DADA first female. The eigth child - Oba Nani. Ninth child- Oya. Beginning of daily life. Oggun and his abuses. Eleggua must tell the truth always.
The Transition to Obatala. Obatala sees the truth. Transition to Yemaya. Obatala fears for his daughters. The eleventh child the phenomenon. Eleggua, Orula and the Great Araba Tree. Demonstrating her Adiministrative skills. The Birth of the Messenger of Olodumare. Blood flows through the veins. The Birth of War and Prophecy.
Invader of the world. Shango learns the truth.