Orixá Ogum image

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    The Image of Ogum is a vigorous and imposing representation of the Orisha of war, iron and technology. Ideal for altars and devotional spaces, it symbolizes courage, protection and determination. Use it to invoke Ogum's strength and energy, promoting victory, protection and perseverance in your life.

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     20x11x31cm

    Who is Ogum?
    Ogum is one of the most important deities in African religions such as Candomblé and Umbanda. He is the orisha of iron, war, technology and innovation. Known for his courage, strength and determination, Ogum is the patron of warriors, blacksmiths and those who seek to overcome challenges.

    Origin and Mythology:
    In Yoruba mythology, Ogum is the son of Yemanjá and Orunmilá, and the brother of Exu. He is often portrayed as a brave and invincible warrior, carrying a sword or spear, which are symbols of his skill in battle and mastery over iron. Ogum is considered the first to forge iron tools and weapons, bringing progress and development to humanity.

    Cultural importance:
    Ogum is a central figure in Afro-Brazilian religions, symbolizing struggle, protection and progress. His influence is felt in the daily lives of devotees, who seek his guidance to overcome personal and professional battles. In addition, Ogum is celebrated in various cultural manifestations, such as festivals, music and dance, reflecting his deep connection with Afro-Brazilian cultural identity.

    Orixá Ogum image

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      Description

      The Image of Ogum is a vigorous and imposing representation of the Orisha of war, iron and technology. Ideal for altars and devotional spaces, it symbolizes courage, protection and determination. Use it to invoke Ogum's strength and energy, promoting victory, protection and perseverance in your life.

      Additional Info
       20x11x31cm

      Who is Ogum?
      Ogum is one of the most important deities in African religions such as Candomblé and Umbanda. He is the orisha of iron, war, technology and innovation. Known for his courage, strength and determination, Ogum is the patron of warriors, blacksmiths and those who seek to overcome challenges.

      Origin and Mythology:
      In Yoruba mythology, Ogum is the son of Yemanjá and Orunmilá, and the brother of Exu. He is often portrayed as a brave and invincible warrior, carrying a sword or spear, which are symbols of his skill in battle and mastery over iron. Ogum is considered the first to forge iron tools and weapons, bringing progress and development to humanity.

      Cultural importance:
      Ogum is a central figure in Afro-Brazilian religions, symbolizing struggle, protection and progress. His influence is felt in the daily lives of devotees, who seek his guidance to overcome personal and professional battles. In addition, Ogum is celebrated in various cultural manifestations, such as festivals, music and dance, reflecting his deep connection with Afro-Brazilian cultural identity.

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