Ngame - African Goddess of the Soul. The tribes of Ghana see Ngame as a moon deity, and believe She created the celestial planets.

Ngame - African Goddess of the Soul. The tribes of Ghana see Ngame as a moon deity, and believe She created the celestial planets.

Worse than history being forever altered, are the words used to forever alter perceptions imbrued in stereotypical fears.

Worse than history being forever altered, are the words used to forever alter perceptions imbrued in stereotypical fears.

Oshun, West African goddess/orisha of sweet waters, beauty, love, artistry, and prosperity.

Oshun, West African goddess/orisha of sweet waters, beauty, love, artistry, and prosperity.

#Oshun African Yoruba Goddess of love, fresh waters, and fertility. Oshun's compassionate, sensuous nature, and her water-element energy encourages healing, mothering, harmony, and going with the flow. #Ritual

#Oshun African Yoruba Goddess of love, fresh waters, and fertility. Oshun's compassionate, sensuous nature, and her water-element energy encourages healing, mothering, harmony, and going with the flow. #Ritual

Quandisa, Moroccan Goddess - African Goddess Affirmation Card Deck.  http://www.abiolatv.com/african-goddess-affirmation-cards/

Quandisa, Moroccan Goddess - African Goddess Affirmation Card Deck. http://www.abiolatv.com/african-goddess-affirmation-cards/

African Barbies - Art and design inspiration from around the world - CreativeRoots

African Barbies

Mami Wata (Mother Water) is celebrated throughout much of Africa and the African Atlantic.  honoring the essential, sacred nature of water. Mami Wata is portrayed as a mermaid, a snake charmer, or a combination of both. She is widely believed to have "overseas" origins, and her depictions have been profoundly influenced by representations of ancient, indigenous African water spirits,

Mami Wata (Mother Water) is celebrated throughout much of Africa and the African Atlantic. honoring the essential, sacred nature of water. Mami Wata is portrayed as a mermaid, a snake charmer, or a combination of both. She is widely believed to have "overseas" origins, and her depictions have been profoundly influenced by representations of ancient, indigenous African water spirits,

Sekhmet, Egyptian Goddess of War! Today’s African Goddess Affirmation Card | Goddess of War - African Goddess Affirmation Card

Sekhmet, Egyptian Goddess of War! Today’s African Goddess Affirmation Card | Goddess of War - African Goddess Affirmation Card

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