Mother Oya: One of the Top 10 African Goddess/Queen and Deity
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A few facts about the African Goddess: Mother Oya!

Mother Oya: One of the Top 10 African Goddess/Queen and Deity

I hope anyone is not offended. No disrespect to anyone's religion.

Oya is one of the most powerful African Goddesses (Orishas). A Warrior-Queen, She is the sister-wife of the God Shango, to whom She gave the power to create storms.

Much of Oya's energy is rooted in the natural world; She is the Goddess of thunder, lightning, tornadoes, winds, rainstorms, and hurricanes. She can also bring changes upon your life.

if you want to pray to Oya for protection and change use this :

As powerful as the strong wind,

More fierce than the storm,

Oya guards my soul against the many fingers of evil.

Help me to rest upon the earth free from strain and undo frustration.

Oya, warrior of the wind, let not our land be overrun with destroyers.

Let us not die in pain and sorrow.

Extend your weapon to protect us from destruction.

Oya, may we live and die to live again.

Oya, may our lives be long and our death short. It would be better if you say it in Yoruba, but English is fine. :)

Before 1492, Africans didn't have any religion. They believed that they were souls living in bodies, which is true. They literally turned led into gold.

Anything they have touched , they could've turned into gold. When slavery came, we lost connections with our bloodline, ancestors, and deities. We've lost connection to our true selves.

We are Gods and Godesses. Jesus is not real. It was an Egyptian myth. We shall learn our true history and take back what's rightfully ours.

We need to stop believing in this big lie that we have been taught for over the past 400 years! We need to be woke. Truly woke! Find the magic in you and release it.

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