This is a superb sparkling silver and crystal crown for the orisha funfun - Obatala, Oshanla, orisanla - Obatala ajaguna, Alaguema, Oshalufon, Agidai, Aje Shaluga, Obamoro, Ochagriñan, Ogan, Oduduwa, Elefuro, Eru Aye, Yeku Yeku
5 inches wide/diameter at base and 2 inches tall.
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Obatala is an orisha in the Yoruba religion of Nigeria and the Americas. In Yoruba mythology, Obatala is the creator god who is responsible for creating human bodies and is often referred to as the father of all orishas. He is associated with the color white and is associated with the qualities of purity, wisdom, and justice. Obatala is also associated with the element of water and is sometimes depicted as carrying a staff or scepter.
In traditional Yoruba religion, Obatala is revered as a powerful and important deity. He is often invoked during important ceremonies and rituals, and is believed to be able to bring peace and calm to those who seek his help. Obatala is also considered to be a protector of the poor and disadvantaged, and is often invoked to bring prosperity and abundance to those in need.
In the Yoruba pantheon, Obatala is seen as one of the most important orishas, and his influence is felt in many aspects of Yoruba culture and society. He is often depicted in art and literature, and his name is invoked in many traditional songs and prayers. Obatala is an important figure in the Afro-Caribbean traditions of Santeria, Vodou, and Candomble, and is revered by practitioners of these religions throughout the Americas.