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Did you know these 7 Roads of Babalú Ayé in Osha and their qualities?

Babalú Ayé paths

Babalu Aye He is a merciful Orisha, this deity is recognized in the Yoruba Pantheon as a miraculous saint. He identifies with the purple color and with the jute bag, both elements that he uses in his outfits.

Grains such as corn and sesame, dry wine, red onion, oil, and smoked fish are offered to this saint. Among its holy paths we can cite names such as Bejula, Ajorortomi, Bokú, Molú and Olodé to name a few.

Avatars of the Miraculous Orisha

1. Babalu Ayé Ajorortomi:

It guards the powers of the water witches, creating a balance between the bad and the good actions that they carry out.

This deity influences their spiritual development by demanding mercy on the human race as payment.

2. Babalu Aye Bejula:

Through this avatar, Asojano considers himself the adopted son of Yemaya so it is directly related to the maritime world, offering protection and comfort on voyages especially in which the crew of any vessel suffers the wrath of the sea.

He is the Orisha protector of the epidemics that break out in the ships, taking care of the sailors not to suffer contagious diseases.

3. Babalu Aye Boku:

On this way Constitution conferred on Saint Lazarus the gift of mediating between life and death, falling on this deity the responsibility of judging who left the earth for the kingdom of spirits.

This deity works in the heart of the mountain and on the soil of the holy fields. When he presents himself to humans, he does so wearing a worn and striking appearance, often instilling fear.

4. Babalu Aye Molu:

This extension of the Orisha Babalú Ayé personifies the disease, it is believed that during its passage through the earth in ancient times it brought with it the plague, an epidemic that claimed millions of human lives.

5. Babalu Aye Olode:

This saint performs his invocations under the sun, when it is reaching its highest point in the sky.

This avatar of Saint Lazarus comes to earth in summer and is identified with the outbreaks of ailments of the gastrointestinal tract.

6. Babalu Aye Oloko:

This road from Asojano habita in the fields near the crops, the patakis relate that this deity punishes the sins of man by causing plagues on their crops.

7. Babalu Aye Sapata:

This representation of Asojano is known as the rock saint, due to the appearance of his stone-like skin, characteristics that can be observed in Leprosy patients in very advanced stages of the disease.

It punishes man with the appearance of terminal diseases.

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