Ìgbádìí Yorùbá - Sash Are beaded Sashes worn together to match clothing attire, costumes, etc.

Africa – Ìgbádìí Yorùbá - Sash Are beaded Sashes worn together to match clothing attire, costumes, etc.

apothecary. Check out www.theherbnerdpodcast.com to learn more about herbs!

Wide selection of plants and herbs that can be used to make the many variations of aromatic tea.

The Egungun or masquerade tradition of the Yoruba has counterparts among almost all the ethnic groups within Nigeria - and is believed to be the root of the Carnival tradition in the New World. http://www.clarku.edu/~jborgatt/IP_egungun.jpg

The Egungun or masquerade tradition of the Yoruba has counterparts among almost all the ethnic groups within Nigeria - and is believed to be the root of the Carnival tradition in the West.

Umbanda:O Reino da Paz: GUIAS, COLARES, BRAJÁS, FIOS DE CONTA DA UMBANDA.

Umbanda:O Reino da Paz: GUIAS, COLARES, BRAJÁS, FIOS DE CONTA DA UMBANDA.

Africa | Royal tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Glass and stone beads (including jasper beads), fabric and thread | ca. Late 19th to early 20th century

royal tunic, Yoruba people of Nigeria glass & stone beads, fabric, thread

El Horóscopo Orisha es uno de los horóscopos menos difundidos y por lo tanto conocidos de todos los horóscopos del mundo. Pertenece a las ...

El Horóscopo Orisha es uno de los horóscopos menos difundidos y por lo tanto conocidos de todos los horóscopos del mundo. Pertenece a las ...

Africa | Beaded crown from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Among the most spectacular beaded objects from Africa are the crowns of Yoruba kings in Nigeria. Yoruba rulers wear crowns on state occasions and during public functions. Most are cone-shaped, with forms or features built up, then embellished over the entire surface with beads of vibrant colors. | © Tim Hamill

Beaded crown from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Yoruba rulers wear crowns on state occasions and during public functions. Most are cone-shaped, with forms or features built up and embellished with beads of vibrant colours.

Africa | Royal bowl ~ ' Agere Ifa' ~ from the Yoruba people from the Egba region of southwestern Yorubaland, probably in the area of Abeokuta, Nigeria | ca. prior to 1868

Africa - Royal bowl - ' Agere Ifa' - from the Yoruba people from the Egba region of southwestern Yorubaland, probably in the area of Abeokuta, Nigeria - ca. prior to

Shü-mom characters from the Bamum script developed in Cameroon at the turn of the 20th Century by King Njoya.

Shü-mom characters from the Bamum script developed in Cameroon by King Njoya.

Of religion, Magic and Witchcraft

An exhibition and a book about the visual interpretation of the private myth."I dealt with the interpretation of private myths. I interviewed strangers from around the world about their religious world views and experiences with the supernatural.

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