Art Yoruba Ose Sango

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São Paulo, Brazil

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Art Yoruba Ose Sango
Oxê, in English: oshe, in Yoruba: osé (with “and” closed), is a word of African origin that means double-edged ax. Usually made of wood, it can also be found in copper, brass, bronze or other materials. In candomblé it is called Xango’s tool or ax.

Two-headed Ax Oshe Xango Sango Oxé Oxum Exu Wisdom Longevity Protection Decisions Umbanda Candomblé Syncretism Religion Afro Doctrines Belief Idol Orixás Brazil Macumba Spirituality , Spirit, Guardian, stability, organization, longevity, patience, endurance, protection, experience, Legbá, Elegbara, Eleggua, Akésan, Igèlù, Yangí, Ònan, Lállú, Ijèlú, pambu-a-njila, pombogira

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