The Divine Moon

A WRITER, A FOLLOWER OF THE ORISHAS, A SANTERIA PRACTITIONER.
Yemaya had much money, and wanted to marry Orunmila, deciding to go in search. On her way she met Eleggua, and asked him of what he lived of; He said that in the corner, eating Guinea pig and smoked fish, roasted corn and corn flour, and doing errands. She replied that it was not him. Following the path she found Oggun, and asked him the same thing; He said that he was a blacksmith; She replied that it was not him. Then, Orula was found, and after ask the same question, heard of him living off readings. Now, Yemaya replied yes that it had to be him. But Orula told her that for marriage, she had to do a cleaning. And Yemaya, so did to achieve her purpose.

-In where lived Yemaya with her children, Ifa prohibited the consumption of pork because of its negative consequences for health. Children of Yemaya had pork among their favorite dishes, for its flavor and because producing them sexual furor. So they began to eat it in a clandestine manner. They then contracted serious diseases that could not be cured. Yemaya, desperate, searched for Oggún, her husband. He only solved with violence, and whenever a child complained, killed with his sword so that they suffer no more. Then, Yemaya had a reading with Orula, who gave the following remedy: boil water of Coco with the grass tua tua, caisimon, anise and alacrancillo, and igerirla in the form of infusion.

-Yemaya was rich and lived on incomes; She had several houses. But the tenants stopped paying her. This plunged her into such despair that she thought even in committing suicide. Then she turned, and thought to see orula. And Orunmila made a record, and told her to remain calm, that would get the payments they owed her; just had to do a cleaning. Yemaya made, went home to wait, and the next day the tenants began to pay what was due.

Message ~ Orula has the final word..
Ase O!

Yemaya had much money, and wanted to marry Orunmila, deciding to go in search. On her way she met Eleggua, and asked him of what he lived of; He said that in the corner, eating Guinea pig and smoked fish, roasted corn and corn flour, and doing errands. She replied that it was not him. Following the path she found Oggun, and asked him the same thing; He said that he was a blacksmith; She replied that it was not him. Then, Orula was found, and after ask the same question, heard of him living off readings. Now, Yemaya replied yes that it had to be him. But Orula told her that for marriage, she had to do a cleaning. And Yemaya, so did to achieve her purpose.

-In where lived Yemaya with her children, Ifa prohibited the consumption of pork because of its negative consequences for health. Children of Yemaya had pork among their favorite dishes, for its flavor and because producing them sexual furor. So they began to eat it in a clandestine manner. They then contracted serious diseases that could not be cured. Yemaya, desperate, searched for Oggún, her husband. He only solved with violence, and whenever a child complained, killed with his sword so that they suffer no more. Then, Yemaya had a reading with Orula, who gave the following remedy: boil water of Coco with the grass tua tua, caisimon, anise and alacrancillo, and igerirla in the form of infusion.

-Yemaya was rich and lived on incomes; She had several houses. But the tenants stopped paying her. This plunged her into such despair that she thought even in committing suicide. Then she turned, and thought to see orula. And Orunmila made a record, and told her to remain calm, that would get the payments they owed her; just had to do a cleaning. Yemaya made, went home to wait, and the next day the tenants began to pay what was due.

Message ~ Orula has the final word..

Ase O!

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