Art Yoruba Yemanjá

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São Paulo, Brazil

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Art Yoruba Yemanjá
Iemanjá, is an African orixá, whose name derives from the expression Yoruba “Yèyé omo ejá” “Mother whose children are fish” celebrated on December 31 and February 2.
Iemanjá is the goddess of the Egbé nation, this Yoruba nation where the Yemojá river (Yemanja) exists. In Brazil, queen of waters and seas.
Orixá very respected and worshiped is considered as the mother of almost all the Orixás so to her also belongs the fecundity. It protects fishermen and jangadeiros.
Iemanjá is a force of nature that plays a very important role in our lives, because it is she who governs our homes, our homes. It is she who gives the sense of family to the people who live under one roof.
She is the generator of the feeling of love to her loved one, who will give meaning and personality to the group formed by father, mother and children making them cohesive.
It governs unions, anniversaries, wedding parties, all family celebrations. It is the sense of union by consanguineous bonds or not.

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