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Rowan tree - Google Search

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Aja – West African Goddess of Forests. Aja is worshipped throughout Nigeria and in the New World Yoruban tradition as wise woman and healer.  She rules over forests, woodlands, and the medicinal herbs found within them.  She teaches herblore to her followers, ensuring the physical and spiritual health of the tribe.

Aja – West African Goddess of Forests. Aja is worshipped throughout Nigeria and in the New World Yoruban tradition as wise woman and healer. She rules over forests, woodlands, and the medicinal herbs found within them. She teaches herblore to her followers, ensuring the physical and spiritual health of the tribe.

I wonder if this woman represents Mother Nature.  This is called Goddess of the Forest by Michel Rene Bega Gonzalez.  To see more by this artist, here's the link: www.goldentaku.deviantart.com  This is also featured at www.acumenartistgroup.blogspot.com  (JL)

I wonder if this woman represents Mother Nature. This is called Goddess of the Forest by Michel Rene Bega Gonzalez. To see more by this artist, here's the link: www.goldentaku.deviantart.com This is also featured at www.acumenartistgroup.blogspot.com (JL)

Aja - She is a Healer, a Pilgrim and a Wise Woman who rules over the woodlands and the medicinal herbs found within them. She is a Divine Goddess who uses nature to heal and is intertwined with the all spirits of the forest.

Aja - She is a Healer, a Pilgrim and a Wise Woman who rules over the woodlands and the medicinal herbs found within them. She is a Divine Goddess who uses nature to heal and is intertwined with the all spirits of the forest.

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Squirrel

Forest spirit

Forest spirit

african nature spirits - Google Search

african nature spirits - Google Search

Where, How and Why You Must Visit Scotlands Enchanted Forest - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

Where, How and Why You Must Visit Scotlands Enchanted Forest

Where, How and Why You Must Visit Scotlands Enchanted Forest - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

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