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  • LG1160-5 5 Inches Orisha Orula Statue

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    Item#: LG1160-5

    Size: 5 Inches

    Case: 144pcs/case

    Orula (sometimes referred to as Orúnmila) is the Orisha of divination. He is the master spiritualist who sees all and knows all. Olofi gave him the gift of prophecy. Orula bore witness as Olofi created the earth and the Orishas. He bestowed upon Orula the wisdom and clarity to see the future and the ability to communicate it to those who inquire with him. These powers have the capacity to influence our destiny and shape our life’s paths. Sacred tales tell of Orula’s psychic abilities to determine the death of every man and woman on earth.

  • LG1161-5 5″ Orisha Ogun Estatua

    Item # LG1161-5

    Size: 5 Inches

    Case: 144pcs/case

    Ogun, a protective father figure, is the Orisha of tools and weapons. A lover of the wilderness, Ogun offers strength and protection to those with a battle to fight.

  • LG11721 8″ 16″ Orisha Yemaya Statue

    Item No.: LG11721-8N| LG11721-16

    Size: 8 Inch| 16 Inch

    Case: 36pcs/case| 4pcs/case

    Yemayá is the orisha of motherhood, and queen of the sea. She is the mother of all living things and the owner of all waters.

  • LG1173-5 5″ Chango Macho Statue

    Item # LG1173-5

    Size: 5 Inches

    Case: 72pcs/case

    Shango (known as Changó or Xangô in Latin America; and also known as Jakuta) (from ‘=shan, ‘to strike’) is an Orisha. He is synchronized with either Saint Barbara or Saint Jerome. Shango is historically a royal ancestor of the Yoruba as he was the third Alafin (king) of the Oyo Kingdom prior to his posthumous deification.

  • LG1187 6″ 10″St Simon Statue San Simon Estatua

    Item#: LG1187-6| LG1187-10

    Size: 6 Inches| 10 Inches 

    Case: 48pcs/case| 18pcs/case

    It’s often said that heavy drinking and religion don’t really mix. No matter if we are talking about Muslims who claim alcohol is forbidden in their religion or Christians who refuse to drink the metaphoric blood of Jesus. The common trend is the less intoxication the better. Well not in Guatemala. Besides the usual crosses and statues of the holy Mary in this Catholic country you will find many shrines of San Simon. His statues don’t wear a mitre but a cowboy hat and sunglasses. A cigarette in his mouth and a glass in front of him. Because San Simon is the patron of all who love drinking, smoking and womanizing and he is very popular in Guatemala.

  • LG1190-13 13 Inches Chango Statue Orisha Shango Estatua

    Item#: LG1190-13 Size: 13 Inch Case: 6pcs/case The history of Shango has traveled over centuries and continents, from the Yoruba people of Nigeria and Benin. Also known as Chango, Sango or Xango, this African deity was elevated to an Orisha after his death. The fourth king of the Yoruba Oyo Empire, he is the god of thunder, drumming, dancing, fire and male virility. Known for his love of partying, Shango has a ritual dance named after him. He is a master at the drums and the rumble of the thunder reminds us of his rhythmic sounds. Referred to as the “King of Santeria,” he is a commanding sorcerer who uses his power to cast spells. Shango is one of the four pillars of Santeria, along with Oshun, Yemaya and Obatala. He is one of the most beloved and revered of all Orishas and he plays an integral part in all Santeria rituals. Having found a balance between dominance and fun, Shango teaches us to live a well-rounded life. Married at different times to the Orisha goddesses Oya, Oshun and Obba, Shango is a passionate warrior who loves love.

  • LG1192-12 12″ House of Elegua Casa Statue Santeria Siete Potencias African God Powers

    Item#: LG1192-12

    Size: 12 Inch

    Case: 4pcs/case

    Eleguá (Elegguá) is sometimes represented as a child, and sometimes as an old man. He represents the beginning and end of life, and the opening and closing of paths in life. Sometimes known as the trickster, he likes to play jokes on people. He enjoys candy and toys. Despite his childlike nature, however, he’s a very powerful Oricha. He’s one of the Warriors (along with Ogún, Ochosi and Osun). Eleguá is always mentioned first in any ceremony, because without his permission, the doors to communication with the other Orichas stay closed. Eleguá’s colors are red and black. His number is 3, or any multiple of 3. His day of the week is Monday, and the 3rd day of every month. Traditionally, the 6th of January and the 13th of June are recognized as his “saint’s days” in Cuba. On these days, a feast may be given in his honor. In the Catholic religion, Eleguá is syncretized with the Child Jesus of Atocha, Saint Anthony of Padua, and the Anima Sola (soul in Purgatory). Eleguá and Ochún are good friends.

  • LG1234 5.5 Inch Madama Statue Fortune Teller Red, Yellow, Blue, White

    Item No.: LG1234-1-5.5(Red)| LG1234-2-5.5(Yellow)| LG1234-3-5.5(White)| LG1234-5.5(Blue)

    Size: 5.5 Inch

    Case: 72pcs/case

    A much discussed topic nowadays when it comes to Hoodoo or Root work is La Madama. Many people do not know who she really is, and there appears much mis-information. So who is La Madama? One of the mistakes made by many is that La Madama is just one women spirit. Actually, a Madama is one of many spirits. These are famous conjure women, who either practiced hoodoo or were slaves and died. Usually they are women who when were alive once practiced Santeria or Palo Monte. They are normally presented as wearing aprons or gingham skirts, and also to wrap their hair in cloth, all of these materials being the same color. Around the world there are many La Madama spirits.

  • LG1275-12 12 Inches ANIMA SOLA

    Item#: LG1275-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 12pcs/case

    Based on Roman Catholic tradition, the Anima Sola or Lonely Soul is an image depicting a soul in purgatory, popular in Latin America, as well as much of Andalusia, Naples and Palermo.

  • LG1291 8″ 12″ Elegua Head Elegua Face

    Item#: LG1291-8| LG1291-12

    Size: 8 Inches| 12 Inches

    Case: 8pcs/case| 4pcs/case

  • LG1321 6″ 12.5″ Red Color Orisha Oya Statue

    Item#: LG1321-6| LG1321-12.5

    Size: 6 Inches| 12.5 Inches 

    Case: 72pcs/case| 12pcs/case

    Oya (Yoruba: Ọya, also known as Oyá or Oiá; Yansá or Yansã; and Iansá or Iansã in Latin America) is an Orisha of winds, lightening, and violent storms, death and rebirth. She is similar to the Haitian Maman Brigitte, who is syncretised with the Catholic Saint Brigit.

  • LG1324 6 Inches, 12.5 Inches San deshaceaor Statue

    Item#: LG1324-6| LG1324-12.5

    Size: 6 Inches| 12.5 Inches

    Case: 48pcs/case| 8pcs/case

  • LG1332-12 12″ Olokun Statue

    Item#: LG1332-12

    Size: 12 inches

    Case: 8pcs/case

    Olokun is an orisha in the religion of Santería. Olokun is an androgynous orisha, meaning Olokun is a man and a woman, depending on if it is the Olokun of Ifá, or the Olokun of Ocha.

  • LG1341-12 12″ La Madama Statue La Conga Congo Mambo Loa Estatua de La Madama Madamas and Congos

    Item No.: LG1341-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 4pcs/case

    A much discussed topic nowadays when it comes to Hoodoo or Root work is La Madama. Many people do not know who she really is, and there appears much mis-information. So who is La Madama? One of the mistakes made by many is that La Madama is just one women spirit. Actually, a Madama is one of many spirits. These are famous conjure women, who either practiced hoodoo or were slaves and died. Usually they are women who when were alive once practiced Santeria or Palo Monte. They are normally presented as wearing aprons or gingham skirts, and also to wrap their hair in cloth, all of these materials being the same color. Around the world there are many La Madama spirits.

  • LG1344 8″ 12″ EXÚ Estatua Bomba Gira’s Husband

  • LG1359-12 12″ Yoruba Religion Ossain

    Item#: LG1359-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 8pcs/case

  • LG1536-12 12 Inches Santa Muerte Estatua Holy Death Statue New Arrival

    Item#:  LG1536-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 8pcs/case

    Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (Spanish for Our Lady of Holy Death), often shortened to Santa Muerte, is a female deity or folk saint in Mexican and Mexican-American folk Catholicism. A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees. Despite condemnation by leaders of the Catholic Church, her religion has become increasingly prominent since the turn of the 21st century.

  • LG2215-24 24 Inches Martha Dominadora Statue

    Item No.: LG2215-24

    Size: 24 Inches

    Case: 1pc/case

    Martha the Dominator earned her name from common depictions. In many pictures, she is holding a torch, a bible, and holy water, with a dragon or snake under her feet. In terms of folklore, Martha is generally regarded as the only female slayer of dragons. Martha has gained a reputation for helping people to dominate a person or a situation. Her story originates in France, where there was, according to legend, a dangerous and deadly dragon. Martha was able to subdue the dragon by using only holy water and a cross. Once the beast was defeated, Martha tied it up using only only a girdle. It was for this feat that Martha’s ability to dominate a seemingly invincible enemy led to the legend surrounding her.

  • LG26N-16.5 16.5 Inches Indian Fluting

    Item#: LG26N-16.5

    Size: 16.5 Inches

    Case: 3pcs/case

  • LG27N-9 9 Inches Chief Riding a Horse

    Item#: LG27N-9

    Size: 9 Inches

    Case: 16pcs/case

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