Mut is the Egyptian goddess of Creation. She is a mother goddess who came to prominence during the New Kingdom (c. 1550 – c. 1070 BC) as a result of her relationship with the god Amun. She is often represented as a vulture or a woman that at times may have wings. Later, as she […]
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Oya likes starfruit, black-eyed peas, purple plums, and black or purple grapes. Her favorite food is eggplant. Nine eggplants are a traditional offering, but if this is not affordable, slice one eggplant into nine pieces. Special ritual meals include eggplant with rice or nine-bean soup.
Goddess Parvati is the consort of Lord Shiva. She is the mother of Hindu deities such as Lord Ganesha and Lord Kartikeya. Parvati was born to the mountain king Himavan and queen Mena.
Skulls - symbolising death and knowledge, Kali liberates us from that which troubles us. She is the slayer of our demons and egos. Knives - This is her chosen weapon in battle. Red hibiscus flowers - Kali’s favourite flower. these offerings should not have been smelled by the giver. The offering is for Kali, after all! Yoni - Kali is incredibly sexual, and a mother. She is the consort of ...
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Oya Offering| For success in business, change, offerings and sending messages to loved ones + more. ← Back to Services Oya is the Orisha of the marketplace, winds, and guardian of the gates of cemeteries. If there are any concerns you would like for me to pray for you to Oya, this service is pertinent to you.