The 7 African Powers Incenses are burned to remove negative energy from a space. Also used to invoke good luck & protection.
The 7 African Orisha Gods & Goddess
8 sticks per pack.
Elleggua is Elegba the divine trickster, opens and closes the path to mankind. The ruler of the crossroads. All ceremonies commence & end with him. No one can speak to another Orisha without first consultanting Elegba first!
Yemaya is the Orisha of motherhood, Queen of the sea, mother of dreams, the full moonq. She is prayed to in matters of fertility and spiritual growth. Yemaya is a source of comfort and strength in times of emotional crisis.
Oshun is the goddess of love and abundance, beauty, rivers, lakes & streams. Oshun is called upon for guidance in love and desire. She is sweetness.
Chango is the Orisha of lightning, power, sensuality and passion. Together with Oshun, Yemaya and Obatala, Chango is one of the four pillars of Santeria. He is strength, justice, government and dignity.
Obatala, the eldest of the Orishas, is revered as the creator of all mankind. He is called upon in times of legal strife. Known to be a fair and honest judge, Obatala provides strength to the innocent and justice to the guilty.
Oya, a whirlwind of fierce energy & change, the Orisha that communicates between the living and the dead. Tornadoes, earth quakes, cyclones & hurricanes, No one knows momma Oya's next move.
Ogun, a protective father figure, is the Orisha of tools and weapons, the Architect, the Blacksmith. A lover of the wilderness, Ogun offers strength and protection to those with a battle to fight.