• The Owl Goddess brings wisdom and intuition. Her eyes masked by feathers are all seeing. Let her presence ignite your spirit. Molded from natural non-toxic gypsum cement. 6 Inches tall.
  • Elegua is one of the four Orishas of the Santeria religion. He is also known to be the most important of the four. His importance among the Orishas is due primarily to him being the first of them to be created. The Orishas are warriors, with the other three being named Oggun, Ochosi and Osun. Elegua existed before creation and was witness to it after being created by Olodumare. He is the Orisha of the crossroads, which includes all other doors and roads. He is the very personification of destiny and fate and allows for the happiness of men. The number that symbolizes Elegua is 3, while his colors are black and red, displayed through a necklace. His partner is named Echu, who governs over all misfortune. 12 Inches tall.
  • Orula (sometimes referred to as Orúnmila) is the Orisha of divination. He is the master spiritualist who sees all and knows all. Olofi gave him the gift of prophecy. Orula bore witness as Olofi created the earth and the Orishas. He bestowed upon Orula the wisdom and clarity to see the future and the ability to communicate it to those who inquire with him. These powers have the capacity to influence our destiny and shape our life’s paths. Sacred tales tell of Orula’s psychic abilities to determine the death of every man and woman on earth. 7 Inches tall.
  • Oya (Yoruba: Ọya, also known as Oyá or Oiá; Yansá or Yansã; and Iansá or Iansã in Latin America) is an Orisha of winds, lightening, and violent storms, death and rebirth. She is similar to the Haitian Maman Brigitte, who is syncretised with the Catholic Saint Brigit. 12 Inches tall.
  • Expeditus is said to have been a Roman centurion in Armenia who was martyred around April 303 in what is now Turkey, for converting to Christianity. Considered the patron saint of speedy cases, he is commemorated by the Roman Catholic Church on 19 April. Information concerning Saint Expeditus is found in the Hieronymian Martyrology. According to Delehaye, the word “Expeditus” is a misreading of “Elpidius”. The name “Expeditus” has provoked puns, so he has become the saint of rapidity. At first, he was invoked for urgent causes; he has since become the patron of dealers, sailors, students, and examinees; he is also implored for success in lawsuits. 12 Inches tall.
  • Expeditus is said to have been a Roman centurion in Armenia who was martyred around April 303 in what is now Turkey, for converting to Christianity. Considered the patron saint of speedy cases, he is commemorated by the Roman Catholic Church on 19 April. Information concerning Saint Expeditus is found in the Hieronymian Martyrology. According to Delehaye, the word “Expeditus” is a misreading of “Elpidius”. The name “Expeditus” has provoked puns, so he has become the saint of rapidity. At first, he was invoked for urgent causes; he has since become the patron of dealers, sailors, students, and examinees; he is also implored for success in lawsuits. 16 Inches tall.
  • Saint Martha the Dominator – Depending on your religious background, she may be known simply as “St. Martha.” In many depictions, she is holding a torch, a bible, and holy water, with a dragon under her feet. In folklore, Martha is generally regarded as the only female slayer of dragons. Martha has gained a reputation for helping people to dominate a person or a situation. Her story originates in France, where there was, according to legend, a dangerous and deadly dragon. Martha was able to subdue the dragon by using only holy water and a cross. St. Martha is a patron saint of housewives, serviceworkers, and hospitality. However, many people pray to her when they need help taking charge of a difficult situation or person. While many faiths pray to St. Martha, she is especially regarded in Hoodoo. Many swear by her ability to assist in control of challenging situations or people without causing any harm. 12 Inches tall.
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