Image Orixá Oxum

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    The Image of Oxum is a graceful and serene representation of the orisha of fresh waters, love and fertility. Ideal for altars and devotional spaces, it symbolizes beauty, prosperity and maternal care. Use it to invoke Oxum's blessings, promoting harmony, abundance and protection in your life.

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    15x8.5x32cm

    Who is Oxum?
    Oxum is one of the most important Orishas in the pantheon of African religions, such as Candomblé and Umbanda. She is the goddess of fresh waters, rivers and waterfalls, associated with love, beauty, fertility, prosperity and motherhood. Oxum is often represented as a beautiful and vain woman, adorned with mirrors, jewelry and elaborate hairstyles.

    Origin and mythology:
    In Yoruba mythology, Oxum is the daughter of Yemanjá and Orunmilá. She is known for her great beauty and sensuality, as well as being a protector of children and pregnant women. Oxum is also seen as the holder of the secrets of divination, having learned the use of the conch shell game.

    Cultural importance:
    Oxum is a central figure in Afro-Brazilian religions, being a symbol of feminine strength, care and abundance. Her influence is felt in the daily lives of devotees, who seek her guidance and protection in times of need. In addition, Oxum is celebrated in various cultural manifestations, such as music, dance and festivals, reflecting her deep connection with Afro-Brazilian cultural identity.

    Image Orixá Oxum

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      Description

      The Image of Oxum is a graceful and serene representation of the orisha of fresh waters, love and fertility. Ideal for altars and devotional spaces, it symbolizes beauty, prosperity and maternal care. Use it to invoke Oxum's blessings, promoting harmony, abundance and protection in your life.

      Additional Info
      15x8.5x32cm

      Who is Oxum?
      Oxum is one of the most important Orishas in the pantheon of African religions, such as Candomblé and Umbanda. She is the goddess of fresh waters, rivers and waterfalls, associated with love, beauty, fertility, prosperity and motherhood. Oxum is often represented as a beautiful and vain woman, adorned with mirrors, jewelry and elaborate hairstyles.

      Origin and mythology:
      In Yoruba mythology, Oxum is the daughter of Yemanjá and Orunmilá. She is known for her great beauty and sensuality, as well as being a protector of children and pregnant women. Oxum is also seen as the holder of the secrets of divination, having learned the use of the conch shell game.

      Cultural importance:
      Oxum is a central figure in Afro-Brazilian religions, being a symbol of feminine strength, care and abundance. Her influence is felt in the daily lives of devotees, who seek her guidance and protection in times of need. In addition, Oxum is celebrated in various cultural manifestations, such as music, dance and festivals, reflecting her deep connection with Afro-Brazilian cultural identity.

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