African God of Creation of Man Kind Obatala Statue Orisha Voodoo Santeria Yoruba Unicorn Studios http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EAXU3E6/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_bRM7tb0DN75YT
$62 13 Inch Statue Orisha Yemaya as Mermaid w/ Dolphins Blue Diosa del Mar Figurine
A candle shelf inside a botanica. The candles are used for a different Santeria spell—Protection, Money, Love, Go Away Evil, etc. Herbs and oils are usually sprinkled and dripped over the top of the candle to execute the spell, with each color representing a different intention.
Legba is one of many ancient Vodou gods or “Loas.” He is called the Lord of the Roads (as he is referred to on page 103 of the novel), the Loa of the Crossroads, Papa Legba, and Legba ati-bon among other variations. His origins can be traced to West African religions of Nigeria, Dahomey, and Ghana.