Veve of Ayizan (also Grande Ai-Zan, Aizan, or Ayizan Velekete) who is the loa of the marketplace and commerce. She is a racine, or root Loa, associated with Vodoun rites of initiation (called kanzo). Just as her husband Loco is the archetypal Houngan (priest), Ayizan is regarded as the first, or archetypal Mambo (priestess), and as such is also associated with priestly knowledge and mysteries, particularly those of initiation, and the natural world.
Agaou is the god who rules over thunder, rain, lightning, wind, storm and earthquake. Very powerfull and violent, Agaou is feared and respected by all. It is said that when the earth tremors, it is because Agaou is angry. One has to be very strong to harbor this spirit. His possessions are so violent, there have been deaths associated with them. The image of St Michel is used to represent Agaou.
Slavic signs and symbols
Vodou Veves: Papa Legba, Image 2
Erzulie Veve | le vévé d'ERZULIE FREDA
signification aegishjalmur … …
BMD - interesting retro pseudo-cultic design. "Bella Matribus Detestas" translates from Latin roughly as "Mothers hate war."
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Baron Samedi (Lord of the Dead) Veve | baron_samedi_veve.jpg