Babalu Aye (also known as Omoluaye, Asojano, or Shopona) Orisha who rules over infectious diseases and healing. He is one of the most feared and revered orishaw because of his power over life and death. Babalu Aye’s worship originated with the Fon tribe of Benin, in Western Africa, but his influence was so powerful that tribes up and down the West African coast adopted his worship. He is the patron of those suffering from many infectious diseases. Babalu Aye has a special relationship with…

Babalu Aye (also known as Omoluaye, Asojano, or Shopona) Orisha who rules over infectious diseases and healing. He is one of the most feared and revered orishaw because of his power over life and.

ebbo con azogguano/babalu aye santería - YouTube

ebbo con azogguano/babalu aye santería - YouTube

ebbo con azogguano/babalu aye santería - YouTube

ebbo con azogguano/babalu aye santería - YouTube

San Lazaro Cuba Babalu Aye Round Medal with 22 inch Chain 18k Gold Plated

San Lazaro Cuba Babalu Aye Round Medal with 22 inch Chain 18k Gold Plated

Animal Sacrifice and Religious Freedom: Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye V. City of Hialeah (Landmark Law Cases and American Society)

Animal Sacrifice and Religious Freedom: Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye V. City of Hialeah (Landmark Law Cases and American Society)

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: OBALUWAYE FESTIVAL OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: THE FESTIVAL IN HONOR OF YORUBA BABALU-AYE DEITY

divinemoon: “Babalu Aye ~ Orisha of Illness and Healing. ” Founded on August 2014 for you that is Umbanda root and true (a). This Journal will have FREE SPEECH on various subjects on Religions.

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Babalu Aye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Omolu (Obaluaie) - Sculpture by Carybé in wood, exhibit in the Museum Afro-Brazilian, Salvador - Bahia - Brazil

Saint Lazarus of parable | To Catholics, he is the patron of the poor, lepers and AIDS victims. | In Haiti he is associated with Papa Legba, the lwa of the crossroads. | In Cuba he is associated with Babalu Aye, the Orisha who protects against smallpox, leprosy, influenza and HIV.

Saint Lazarus of parable | To Catholics, he is the patron of the poor, lepers and AIDS victims. | In Haiti he is associated with Papa Legba, the lwa of the crossroads. | In Cuba he is associated with Babalu Aye, the Orisha who protects against smallpox, leprosy, influenza and HIV.

Babalu Aye” by Stephen Hamilton

The Art of Stephen Hamilton - ”Daquan as Babalu Aye” Acrylic On Paper

Babalu Aye (also known as Omoluaye, Asojano, or Shopona) Orisha who rules over infectious diseases and healing. He is one of the most feared and revered orishaw because of his power over life and death. Babalu Aye’s worship originated with the Fon tribe of Benin, in Western Africa, but his influence was so powerful that tribes up and down the West African coast adopted his worship. He is the patron of those suffering from many infectious diseases. Babalu Aye has a special relationship with…

Babalu Aye (also known as Omoluaye, Asojano, or Shopona) Orisha who rules over infectious diseases and healing. He is one of the most feared and revered orishaw because of his power over life and.

El 17 de diciembre se le rinde homenaje en Cuba a San Lázaro y a Babalú Ayé, santos milagrosos muy populares en este país, a los que se venera y se le hacen promesas

El 17 de diciembre se le rinde homenaje en Cuba a San Lázaro y a Babalú Ayé, santos milagrosos muy populares en este país, a los que se venera y se le hacen promesas

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