Aloha Daughters of the Goddess,

The healing of the throne of Isis-Auset, and the healing of the desert filled us with the loving embrace of our desert Goddess. Now we flow in the rivers of life in our journey to the ocean and Yemaya Mother of the Sea! Come, join us, and feel Her embrace!

Journey to the Ocean &
Yemaya – Yoruban Goddess of the Seas

Sunday, September 3rd, 2023
11am – 2:30pm in person
Moon in Taurus, Sun in Virgo

$15 first time newcomers/$25 ongoing exchange
San Francisco Locale
RSVP for location & directions

Yemaya, the Yoruban Mother Goddess of the Sea, is celebrated and known all over the world by many different names. Luisah Teish, in her book Jambalaya, describes her as “Yemaya-Olokun is the Mother of the Sea, the Great Water, the Womb of Creation. She is the Mother of Dreams, the Mother of Secrets. She is natural wealth, the Mother of Pearl and Veiled Isis. She is the mermaid, the full moon; and intelligence beyond human comprehension. . . . . Yemaya rules the house, nurtures the child in the waters of the womb; and has jurisdiction over the affairs of women.”

Yemaya’s colors are blue, silver, and white. She is seen as a large, beautiful, dark-skinned woman – powerful and radiating female power. Her number is seven and She wears a dress with 7 skirts which represents the Seven Seas. Sacred to Her are shorebirds, conch shells, gourds & rattles, watermelon. To Yemaya we bring our prayers, to hold and heal us. Teish says: “There is no mountain of trouble that Yemaya cannot wear own; no sickness of heart that She cannot wash clean; no desert of despair that She cannot flood with hope.” Come and pray with us.

Please wear something blue. For the altar, please bring any images of Her, sacred items above, or things representing the ocean. We will be meeting at the beach so please bring what you need to be comfortable, something to sit on like a blanket or a chair, sunscreen, hat, etc. The weather is very unpredictable so please bring layers. We also spend time at the Ocean so you might want to bring a change of clothes or a bathing suit and a towel or pareo.

If you are interested in participating in our ritual please see our participation page.   Mahalo


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