The Divine Moon

A WRITER, A FOLLOWER OF THE ORISHAS, A SANTERIA PRACTITIONER.
Pataki of the three sisters: Oshun, Yemaya and Oya
Long ago in a tribe lived three sisters:Yemaya, Oshun and Oya, who, though very poor, they were happy. Yemaya was the eldest and kept her two sisters by fishing in the sea. Oya was the smallest and Oshun took care of her while she fished in the river and collected stones, which they sold. Very great was the love between the three sisters. 
One day the tribe was invaded by enemy troops. Oshun could not hear the screams of Oya nor heard Yemaya, which was far from the coast. Thus, the enemies took as captive Oya. Oshun when she discovered the loss of her beloved sister, suffering from melancholy began slowly consumed. However, she managed to know what they asked enemies to rescue Oya and slowly began to keep copper coins, until she had enough money to rescue Oya. 
The tribal chief, who was madly in love with Oshun. knew they were in great poverty and doubled the price of rescue while negotiations were done. Oshun knelt, cried and pleaded, but the boss asked her virginity in exchange for the freedom of her sister. For the love she professed for Oya, Oshun agreed.
When he returned to the house with Oya, they told Yemaya all that had happened. and the older sister in recognition of the generous gesture  of Oshun and so that Oya may never forget the sacrifice of his sister, adorned her head and arms of this copper coin.
While Oya was captive, Olofin distributed among the people of his tribe worldly goods : Yemaya made absolute mistress of the seas, Oshun, rivers; Oggún, metals, and so on. Long ago a tribe living in three sisters:
Yemaya, Oshun and Oya, who, though very poor, they were happy. Yemaya was the eldest and her two sisters kept fishing in the sea.
Was the smallest Oya and Oshun took care while doing this also fished in the river and collected stones, which they sold.
Very great was the love between the three sisters.
One day the tribe was invaded by enemy troops. Oshun could not hear the screams of Oya, which tied for not doing his usual antics lost as he was submerged in the river, nor heard Yemaya, which was far from the coast. Thus, the enemies took as captive Oya.
Oshun when he discovered the loss of his beloved sister, suffering from melancholy began slowly consumed. However, he managed to know what they asked enemies to rescue Oya and slowly began to keep copper coins, until he had enough money to rescue Oya. The tribal chief, who was madly in love with Oshun poverty and knew this, doubled the price of rescue while negotiations were done. Oshun knelt, cried and pleaded, but the boss asked her virginity in exchange for the freedom of her sister. For the love he professed for Oya, Oshun agreed. When he returned to the house with Oya, Yemaya told him all, and the older sister generous gesture in recognition of Oshun and Oya to never forget the sacrifice of his sister, adorned head and arms of this copper coin .
While Oya was captive Olofin worldly goods were distributed among the people of his tribe: Yemaya made absolute mistress of the seas, Oshun, rivers; Oggún, metals, and so on. But as Oya was not present, she did not receive anything. Oshun implored her father not omit his earthly representation. Olofin, realizing the fairness of the request and noted that there was only one place without leader: the cemetery. Oya gladly accepted, and thus became mistress of the graveyard. 
Oya uses copper tools to show their eternal gratitude to the sacrifice of Oshun and eats the riverbank, in memory of her childhood.
Maferefun Oshun, Maferefun Yemaya, Maferefun Oya! Ache!

Pataki of the three sisters: Oshun, Yemaya and Oya

Long ago in a tribe lived three sisters:Yemaya, Oshun and Oya, who, though very poor, they were happy. Yemaya was the eldest and kept her two sisters by fishing in the sea. Oya was the smallest and Oshun took care of her while she fished in the river and collected stones, which they sold. Very great was the love between the three sisters. 

One day the tribe was invaded by enemy troops. Oshun could not hear the screams of Oya nor heard Yemaya, which was far from the coast. Thus, the enemies took as captive Oya. Oshun when she discovered the loss of her beloved sister, suffering from melancholy began slowly consumed. However, she managed to know what they asked enemies to rescue Oya and slowly began to keep copper coins, until she had enough money to rescue Oya. 

The tribal chief, who was madly in love with Oshun. knew they were in great poverty and doubled the price of rescue while negotiations were done. Oshun knelt, cried and pleaded, but the boss asked her virginity in exchange for the freedom of her sister. For the love she professed for Oya, Oshun agreed.

When he returned to the house with Oya, they told Yemaya all that had happened. and the older sister in recognition of the generous gesture  of Oshun and so that Oya may never forget the sacrifice of his sister, adorned her head and arms of this copper coin.

While Oya was captive, Olofin distributed among the people of his tribe worldly goods : Yemaya made absolute mistress of the seas, Oshun, rivers; Oggún, metals, and so on. Long ago a tribe living in three sisters:

Yemaya, Oshun and Oya, who, though very poor, they were happy. Yemaya was the eldest and her two sisters kept fishing in the sea.

Was the smallest Oya and Oshun took care while doing this also fished in the river and collected stones, which they sold.

Very great was the love between the three sisters.

One day the tribe was invaded by enemy troops. Oshun could not hear the screams of Oya, which tied for not doing his usual antics lost as he was submerged in the river, nor heard Yemaya, which was far from the coast. Thus, the enemies took as captive Oya.

Oshun when he discovered the loss of his beloved sister, suffering from melancholy began slowly consumed. However, he managed to know what they asked enemies to rescue Oya and slowly began to keep copper coins, until he had enough money to rescue Oya. The tribal chief, who was madly in love with Oshun poverty and knew this, doubled the price of rescue while negotiations were done. Oshun knelt, cried and pleaded, but the boss asked her virginity in exchange for the freedom of her sister. For the love he professed for Oya, Oshun agreed. When he returned to the house with Oya, Yemaya told him all, and the older sister generous gesture in recognition of Oshun and Oya to never forget the sacrifice of his sister, adorned head and arms of this copper coin .

While Oya was captive Olofin worldly goods were distributed among the people of his tribe: Yemaya made absolute mistress of the seas, Oshun, rivers; Oggún, metals, and so on. But as Oya was not present, she did not receive anything. Oshun implored her father not omit his earthly representation. Olofin, realizing the fairness of the request and noted that there was only one place without leader: the cemetery. Oya gladly accepted, and thus became mistress of the graveyard. 

Oya uses copper tools to show their eternal gratitude to the sacrifice of Oshun and eats the riverbank, in memory of her childhood.

Maferefun Oshun, Maferefun Yemaya, Maferefun Oya! Ache!

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