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- Orixa may refer to: Orixa (plant), a genus of plants in the family Rutaceae Orixa (moth), the synonym of a genus of moths in the family Erebidae Orixa...
- Orixa ****onica, commonly called East Asian orixa or ****anese orixa, is a deciduous shrub growing to 3 metres (10 ft) with an equal spread. Native to ****an...
- Orixa is an alternative rock/rock en español duo from the United States. Members are Rowan Jimenez and Juan Manuel Caipo. Orixa's music mixes many different...
- lightning and thunder. He became the patron orixa of plantations and many Candomblé terreiros. In contrast Oko, the orixá of agriculture, found little favor among...
- Yoruba people, Orisha (spelled òrìṣà in the Yoruba language, and orichá or orixá in Latin America) are spirits sent by higher divinities (such as Olodumare...
- with lightness, astuteness, wisdom, and craftiness in the hunt. He is the orixa of contemplation, loving the arts and beautiful things. He hunts with a...
- as Olodumare. Other common beliefs are the existence of deities called Orixás, most of them syncretized with Catholic saints that act as divine energy...
- as Candomblé. The first acarajé in a Candomblé ritual is offered to the orixá Exu. They vary in size based on their offering to a specific deity: large...
- Quero-Quero Sérgio Pererê as Orixá Ossaim Adriana Alves as Oxum Jessica Barbosa as Orixá Iansã/Dinorá Zebrinha as Orixá Ogum Macalé dos Santos as Master...
- which he was later imprisoned for two years. He also aut****d a book called Orixás, Caboclos and Guias in which he attacks Afro-Brazilian religion, accusing...
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