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Babalu Aye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Babalu Aye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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.

Babalú-Ayé is an Orisha strongly associated with infectious disease and healing. The name Babalú-Ayé translates as “Father, lord of the Earth” and points to the authority this orisha exercises on all things earthly, including the body, wealth, and physical possessions. Although strongly associated with illness and disease, Babalú-Ayé is also the spirit that cures these ailments.

Babalú-Ayé is an Orisha strongly associated with infectious disease and healing. The name Babalú-Ayé translates as “Father, lord of the Earth” and points to the authority this orisha exercises on all things earthly, including the body, wealth, and physical possessions. Although strongly associated with illness and disease, Babalú-Ayé is also the spirit that cures these ailments.

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divinemoon: Characteristics of Children of Babalu Aye: The...

divinemoon: “Characteristics of Children of Babalu Aye: The children of Babalu Aye are given rigorous promises and sacrifices of flogging. Very charitable and responsible care for the well-being, both.

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Omolu , Babalú Ayé - ATOTO BEJERU ATOTO

Omolu , Babalú Ayé - ATOTO BEJERU ATOTO

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San Lazaro  Babalu Aye  Crystal modern  Bracelet by ModernOrisha

San Lazaro Babalu Aye Crystal modern Bracelet by ModernOrisha

December 17th is the La Regla Lucumi, Santeria, Feast of Babalu Aye, also known as Sonponno. Sonponno display at Smithsonian Museum of Natural History photo by Lilith Dorsey, all rights reserved.

December 17th Feast of Babalu Aye

December is the La Regla Lucumi, Santeria, Feast of Babalu Aye, also known as Sonponno. Sonponno display at Smithsonian Museum of Natural History photo by Lilith Dorsey, all rights reserved.