Yemanjá Goddess of the Ocean Statue, Gods, Mermaids & Mythologic Statues, Yemanjá Mother of All and Goddess of the Ocean Statue

Yemanjá Goddess of the Ocean Statue, Gods, Mermaids & Mythologic Statues, Yemanjá Mother of All and Goddess of the Ocean Statue

Yemanjá Mother of All and Goddess of the Ocean Statue

This gorgeous Yemanjá Mother of All and Goddess of the Ocean Statue, sculpted and handcrafted with cold cast bronze color has finest details and highest quality! Yemanjá is the orisha of the surface of the ocean. She is the other half of Olokun, sometimes a sister and sometimes a wife (sometimes, both deities are androgynous). Yemanjá is motherly and strongly protective, and cares deeply for all her children, comforting them and cleansing them of sorrow. She is said to be able to cure infertility in women, and cowrie shells represent her wealth. She does not easily lose her temper, but when angered she can be quite destructive and violent, as the flood waters of turbulent rivers.

Yemanjá is often depicted as a mermaid, and is associated with the moon (in some Diaspora communities), water, and feminine mysteries. She is the protector of women. She governs everything pertaining to women; parenting, child safety, love, and healing. According to myth, when her waters broke, it caused a great flood creating rivers and streams and the first mortal humans were created from her womb. While Olokun is the Keeper of Secrets and rules over the depths of the ocean, Yemaya presides over the surface waters. She has great power as the Earth cannot thrive without her. Yemanjá Mother of All and Goddess of the Ocean Statue measures: 9.4 inches / 24 cm x 5.9 inches / 15 cm x 13.5 inches / 34 cm.


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