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Learning Our Dieties

Before we get started we would like to acknowledge and give

All Praise To "The Most High" Mama Sophia


We would like to thank the archangels, And I'll have vibrational energies, Thank you for keeping us safe.


We would like to acknowledge All the deities of high vibrational energies


We would like to acknowledge our ancestors and any other star seed systems that I've have missed.


We would like to Thank you, for assisting us, guiding us, and taking care of us.


Thank you!


If you guys are interested in learning more about the different gods and goddesses, from many different cultures.


If you would like to know how they helped create civilization


If you are into the Mystics like I am


then look no further


We are about to tap in to something real deep.


So grab your tea, Your smoke, And whatever else you need, and let's get ready to go on a journey


So the first god that we're going to discuss Is. Papa Legba


Here is a description below of what he represents.


Papa Legba


This god has many different names depending on the region in which he is worshipped is most commonly known in Haiti as Papa Legba.


Papa Legba serves as the guardian of the Poto Mitan--the center of power and support in the home. Additionally, he allows for communication between humans and the spirit world

Legba represents a West African and Caribbean Voodoo god.


This god has many different names depending on the region in which he is worshipped is most commonly known in Haiti as Papa Legba.


Papa Legba serves as the guardian of the Poto Mitan--the center of power and support in the home.


Additionally, he allows for communication between humans and the spirit world.

According to West African Voodoo practices, spirits of the dead are not able to inhabit one's body unless permitted by Papa Legba.


The symbol for Legba typically has a red background, one of his representative colors.


The symbol includes several keys which signify Legba's control over communications and forms of passage, including locks, gates, and passageways; it also includes a cane, as Papa Legba is generally depicted as an old and feeble man in the Haitian religion.


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