Oya's Better Business Spiritual House Wash-Hoodoo-Voodoo-Witchcraft-Prosperity, Abundance, Repeat Clients, Paying Clients-Patchouli Scent

Oya's Better Business Spiritual House Wash-Hoodoo-Voodoo-Witchcraft-Prosperity, Abundance, Repeat Clients, Paying Clients-Patchouli Scent


She is known as "Queen of the Marketplace"! Let her help you in all of your endeavors-let her blow through, clearing away obstacles, and bringing prosperity and abundance behind her. If there is one thing I have found it is that she does not like to see her children go without. She will help you with academics and business if you only ask, have faith, and let her change what needs to be changed!

Oya is the powerful Yoruban Orisha of the winds and tempests. She is considered either the sister of the storm-god Shango, or one of His three wives, with Oshun and Oba. She can manifest as winds ranging from the gentlest breeze to the raging hurricane or cyclone. Oya is known as a fierce warrior and strong protectress of women, who call on Her to settle disputes in their favor.

As the goddess of change, She brings down the dead wood to make room for the new, and She uses Her machete or sword to clear a path for new growth. She is believed to watch over the newly dead and assist them as they make the transition from life. She is equated with the Vodoun lwa Maman Brijit, who, like Oya, guards graveyards. Her season is autumn, when the trees change to show the colours of her skirt. 

Oya is the goddess of the Niger River, and Her violent rainstorms are said to be its source. Like Oshun, She is worshipped not only in Africa but in Brazil, where the Amazon is said to be Her river, and where She is equated with the Virgin Mary as Our Lady of La Candelaria. Oya, who is a goddess of a very fiery demeanor, also seems to have a far-flung connection with the Celtic Bride or Brigid, both in Her Vodoun counterpart Maman Brijit, and in Her associated Catholic saint, Our Lady of La Candelaria, whose feast day, February 2nd, is shared with Brigid.

Oya's attributes are the sword or machete and the flywhisk, and Her animal is the water buffalo, in whom She sometimes manifests. Her mother is said to be Yemaya, the Great Sea Mother. Oya Herself is said to be the mother of nine children--Egungun and four sets of twins.

Her number is nine, Her color is burgundy or purple, and Her metal is copper. Offerings to Oya include eggplants, plums, copper coins, red wine, and cloth.

Oya has blessed and enriched my life beyond description. I honor her daily as I am one of her children. Any woman who own a business, is a single mother, or just wants to be self sufficient should call upon Oya. Let her blow change into your life.

My wash is created with patchouli essential oil, calendula petals, cowrie shells,basil, celery seed, sassafras root, patchouli leaf, cinnamon, and a few other secrets.

You will receive a 4 ounce bottle. Add half the bottle to a gallon of hot water and wash the front door and steps to your home and business.


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