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Doll Orisha Orula Orunmila Ifá Santeria , Yoruba Pantheon

Doll Orisha Babalú ayé size: 20 cm / 7.87 Inch

Babalu Ayé. Orisha of leprosy, smallpox, venereal diseases and in general of pests and misery.

In nature by day it hides among ivy, coralillo and cundeamor to protect itself from the sun. It goes out at night.

Orisha is highly respected and even sometimes feared in Nigeria.

His cult comes from Dahomey (Benin), where he receives the name of Azojuano (Azowano), King of Nupe, territory of the Tapa.

Its name comes from the Yorùbá Babàlúaíyé (father of the world), in Africa it was known under the name of Samponá or Sakpatá, for being smallpox and leprosy deadly diseases.

Babalú Ayé is well known and revered. It represents skin conditions, contagious diseases, especially venereal diseases and epidemics in humans.

In the daytime nature it hides between ivy, coral and cundeamor to protect itself from the sun.

It goes out at night. Orisha is highly respected and even sometimes feared in Nigeria. His cult comes from Dahomey (Benin), where he receives the name of Azojuano (Azowano), King of Nupe, territory of the Tapa.

Its name comes from the Yorùbá Babàlúaíyé (father of the world), in Africa it was known under the name of Samponá or Sakpatá, for being smallpox and leprosy deadly diseases.

In some holy houses Babalú Ayé is not made at the head of any initiate, Yemayá is made with gold for Babalú Ayé, its receptacle and attributes are received.

In others if the coronation is performed, in this ceremony an awan is performed with ministers, Oloshas Omo Azojuano is called to mount the Orisha during the ceremony, his attributes are born inside the Kutú (pit that is performed on earth) and he is received with Naná Burukú. Their Omìerós or Ossaín do not carry water, because it is their taboo.

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