OYA Goddess Mist
OYA, The Yoruba Orisha Goddess of Wind, Storms, and Change.
OYA means “she tore” in the Yoruban language, and she is the personification of the Niger River in Africa. She is an elemental Goddess, made from the power of Earth, Air, Fire and Water, and has the ability to shapeshift. She is the power of lightning, thunder, and whirlwinds who dances wildly in her power, her skirts flowing and twirling as she spins. Her temperament changes like the weather; she can be fierce and formidable, or gentle and nourishing.
OYA is also a powerful sorceress and witch, her power deriving from the dark mysteries within the storm. She is a Mother of Night, Guardian of the Cemetery Gates, and has powers of clairvoyance, intuition, magick, and various psychic abilities.
Within OYA’s realm we also learn how to attract material wealth and become self sufficient, as well as develop the tools to turn passion into profit. OYA says, “Support yourself in the physical as well as the astral.”
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