Russel Brownlee

Russel Brownlee

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Aja – West African Goddess of Forests. Aja is worshipped throughout Nigeria and in the New World Yoruban tradition as wise woman and healer.  She rules over forests, woodlands, and the medicinal herbs found within them.  She teaches herblore to her followers, ensuring the physical and spiritual health of the tribe.

jadebadu: “ Aja – West African Goddess of Forests. Aja is worshipped throughout Nigeria and in the New World Yoruban tradition as wise woman and healer. She rules over forests, woodlands, and the.

Sakarabru is a two-sided personality. In some moods he prowls through the village and snaps up any person foolish enough to leave his hut after dark, and crunches him up with its terrible teeth. But he also guards the village against night attack by wandering demons, and when he recieves the proper offerings he will heal the sick and fight off disease spirits.

Sakarabru is a two-sided personality. In some moods he prowls through the village and snaps up any person foolish enough to leave his hut after dark, and crunches him up with its terrible teeth. But he also guards the village against night attack by wandering demons, and when he recieves the proper offerings he will heal the sick and fight off disease spirits.

Anansi is an African trickster god. He is also a Creator God, having created rain, day and night. He is as wise as he is clever. And, in case you couldn’t tell by the image, he was a spider god, being able to morph into a spider and a normal looking human being. In some stories, he is the son of Nyame, the sky god, who got so annoyed with his son that he turned him into a spider.

fairytalemood: “ “Anansi, the Spider God” by Bethany Minervino “ “Anansi, the trickster, features in popular mythology across western Africa. His stories are believed to have originated with the.

The Tokoloshe (South African mythology) ..In Zulu mythology, Tokoloshe  is a dwarf-like water sprite. It is considered a mischievous and evil spirit that can become invisible by swallowing a pebble. Tokoloshes are called upon by malevolent people to cause trouble for others. At its least harmful , it can be used to scare children, but its power extends to causing illness and even death upon the victim. The way to get rid of him is to call the  witch doctor (d'anga) to banish him.

The Tokoloshe is a dwarf-like water sprite. It’s a mischievous and evil spirit that can become invisible by swallowing a.

Impundulu: The Impundulu or Lightning Bird is a supernatural bird from Pondo, Zulu, and Xhosa folklore. The South African bird is as big as a human and can summon lightning and storms, hence the name. The bird is sometimes a shape shifter that can appear as a human, and sometimes said to be a supernatural familiar that guards a witch or witch doctor. It will attack people and drink their blood. However, parts of the Impundulu or its eggs have medicinal powers.

Impundulu: The Impundulu or Lightning Bird is a supernatural bird from Pondo, Zulu, and Xhosa folklore. The South African bird is as big as a human and can summon lightning and storms, hence the name. The bird is sometimes a shape shifter that can appear

420mryjade: Artist: Luis Tamani

by Luis Tamani Amasifuen. He is a shaman & visionary painter who documents his encounters with the plant teacher, Mother Ayahuasca