'Ibej'i (typed wrong) African child Deities of Youth and Vitality. Also known as the sacred twins, one male and one female.

These African Deities Are The Best Gods You've Never Heard Of

Ibeji: African Child Deities of youth and vitality. Also known as the sacred twins. One is male and the other is female, balancing the cosmic duality between masculine and feminine.

West African Benin Goddess MAWU-LISA. Mawu-Lisa are the creator deities of Dahomey mythology, associated with the moon and sun. In some myths, they are married twins; in others, both deities are aspects of the same androgynous or hermaphroditic deity.

Mawu-Lisa are the creator deities of Dahomey mythology, associated with the moon and sun. In some myths, they are married twins; in others, both deities are aspects of the same androgynous or hermaphroditic deity.

These African Deities Are The Best Gods You've Never Heard Of by photo-manipulation, artist James C. Lewis.

These African Deities Are The Best Gods You've Never Heard Of

By a different name, but a familiar look! "Yoruba African Orishas" Photography Series by James C.

Gods assemble

Gods assemble

Really cool, though I think the Native American and African gods should be separated by individual cultures, the way European and Asian cultures are :)

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

The Greek Medusa, as we know her, was derived from an actual African Goddess that had the same characteristics. The ledgend always speaks of yhe beauty of her face but transformed her lovely locs into snakes.

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