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  • 12 Inches Santa Muerte Estatua Holy Death Statue New Arrival

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    Item#:  LG1536-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 8pcs/case

    Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (Spanish for Our Lady of Holy Death), often shortened to Santa Muerte, is a female deity or folk saint in Mexican and Mexican-American folk Catholicism. A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees. Despite condemnation by leaders of the Catholic Church, her religion has become increasingly prominent since the turn of the 21st century.

  • 12 Inches Santa Muerte Holy Death New Arrival

    Item#:  LG1537-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 6pcs/case

    Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (Spanish for Our Lady of Holy Death), often shortened to Santa Muerte, is a female deity or folk saint in Mexican and Mexican-American folk Catholicism. A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees.[1] Despite condemnation by leaders of the Catholic Church, her religion has become increasingly prominent since the turn of the 21st century.

  • 12 Inch Chango Statue Orisha Shango Estatua Chango Sculpture

    Item#: LG1267-12

    Size: 12 Inch

    Case: 12pcs/case

    The history of Shango has traveled over centuries and continents, from the Yoruba people of Nigeria and Benin. Also known as Chango, Sango or Xango, this African deity was elevated to an Orisha after his death. The fourth king of the Yoruba Oyo Empire, he is the god of thunder, drumming, dancing, fire and male virility. Known for his love of partying, Shango has a ritual dance named after him. He is a master at the drums and the rumble of the thunder reminds us of his rhythmic sounds. Referred to as the “King of Santeria,” he is a commanding sorcerer who uses his power to cast spells. Shango is one of the four pillars of Santeria, along with Oshun, Yemaya and Obatala. He is one of the most beloved and revered of all Orishas and he plays an integral part in all Santeria rituals. Having found a balance between dominance and fun, Shango teaches us to live a well-rounded life. Married at different times to the Orisha goddesses Oya, Oshun and Obba, Shango is a passionate warrior who loves love.

  • 12 Inch Chango Statue Orisha Shango Estatua Chango Sculpture

    Item#: LG1326-12.5

    Size: 12.5 Inches

    Case: 12pcs/case

    The history of Shango has traveled over centuries and continents, from the Yoruba people of Nigeria and Benin. Also known as Chango, Sango or Xango, this African deity was elevated to an Orisha after his death. The fourth king of the Yoruba Oyo Empire, he is the god of thunder, drumming, dancing, fire and male virility. Known for his love of partying, Shango has a ritual dance named after him. He is a master at the drums and the rumble of the thunder reminds us of his rhythmic sounds. Referred to as the “King of Santeria,” he is a commanding sorcerer who uses his power to cast spells. Shango is one of the four pillars of Santeria, along with Oshun, Yemaya and Obatala. He is one of the most beloved and revered of all Orishas and he plays an integral part in all Santeria rituals. Having found a balance between dominance and fun, Shango teaches us to live a well-rounded life. Married at different times to the Orisha goddesses Oya, Oshun and Obba, Shango is a passionate warrior who loves love.

  • 12 Inch Guadalupe w. Juan Diego Statue

    Item#: LG21A40-12

    Size: 12 Inch

    Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin, also known as Juan Diegotzil (1474–1548), a native of Mexico, is the first Roman Catholic indigenous saint from the Americas. He is said to have been granted an apparition of the Virgin Mary on four separate occasions in December 1531 at the hill of Tepeyac, then outside but now well within metropolitan Mexico City.

  • 12 Inch Holy Family Set 3PCs Set

    Item#: LG16169SHF

    Size: 12 Inch

    The holy family consists of the Child Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and Saint Joseph.

  • 12 Inch Lady of Guadalupe w. light Using Battery

    Item No.: LG16682

    Size: 12 Inch

    Our Lady of Guadalupe (Spanish: Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe), symbol of Mexico. “Clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars.” She is described as a representative of the Immaculate Conception.

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  • 12 Inch Lady of Guadalupe with Light

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    Item No.: LG16246-12

    Size: 12 Inch

    Our Lady of Guadalupe (Spanish: Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe), symbol of Mexico. “Clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars.” She is described as a representative of the Immaculate Conception.

  • 12 Inch Nativity House Polyresin Christmas Gift Stable Set

    Item#: LG16609Q

    Size: 12 Inch

    Welcome the festive season by bringing home this Christmas-themed stable that has figurines that depict the nativity scene.

  • 12 Inch Nativity Scenes Nativity Set 11PCs set

    Item#: LG15193Q

    Size: 12 Inch

    Distinctive nativity scenes and traditions have been created around the world and are displayed during the Christmas season in churches, homes, shopping malls, and other venues, and occasionally on public lands and in public buildings. In the United States, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh annually display Neapolitan Baroque nativity scenes, both of which originated from the collection of Eugenio Catello.

  • 12 Inch Orisha Elegua Statue

    Item#: LG1112

    Size: 12 Inch

    Elegua is one of the four Orishas of the Santeria religion. He is also known to be the most important of the four. His importance among the Orishas is due primarily to him being the first of them to be created. The Orishas are warriors, with the other three being named Oggun, Ochosi and Osun. Elegua existed before creation and was witness to it after being created by Olodumare. He is the Orisha of the crossroads, which includes all other doors and roads. He is the very personification of destiny and fate and allows for the happiness of men. The number that symbolizes Elegua is 3, while his colors are black and red, displayed through a necklace. His partner is named Echu, who governs over all misfortune.

  • 12 Inch Orisha Ochosi Statue

    Item#: LG1185-12

    Size: 12 Inch

    Case: 4pcs/case

    Ochosi is one of the warrior orishas. He rules the forces of justice and of the hunt.

  • 12 Inch St. Martin Caballero Statue

    Item No.: LG21A109

    Size: 12 Inch

    St. Martin Caballero also known as St. Martin of Tours is the patron saint of those in needs. He is very popular in Mexico and other Latin American countries where he is petitioned by the needy, for gambling luck, financial success, better business, by those looking for a new home or for any endeavor involving travel. He is the patron saint of horsemen oaf of long-haul truck drivers. His feast day is celebrated on November 11th.

  • 12 Inches ANIMA SOLA

    Item#: LG1275-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 12pcs/case

    Based on Roman Catholic tradition, the Anima Sola or Lonely Soul is an image depicting a soul in purgatory, popular in Latin America, as well as much of Andalusia, Naples and Palermo.

  • 12 Inches Archangel Santa Muerte Estatua Holy Death Statue New Arrival

    Item#:  LG1358-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 8pcs/case

    Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (Spanish for Our Lady of Holy Death), often shortened to Santa Muerte, is a female deity or folk saint in Mexican and Mexican-American folk Catholicism. A personification of death, she is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife by her devotees. Despite condemnation by leaders of the Catholic Church, her religion has become increasingly prominent since the turn of the 21st century.

  • 12 Inches Babalu Aye Statue

    Item # LG1355-12

    Size: 12 Inches

    Case: 12pcs/case

    Babalú-Ayé is an Orisha strongly associated with infectious disease and healing. The name Babalú-Ayé translates as “Father, lord of the Earth” and points to the authority this orisha exercises on all things earthly, including the body, wealth, and physical possessions. In West Africa, he was strongly associated with epidemics of smallpox, leprosy, influenza, Ebola, and HIV/AIDS. Although strongly associated with illness and disease, Babalú-Ayé is also the spirit that cures these ailments. Both feared and loved, Babalú-Ayé is sometimes referred to as the “Wrath of the supreme god” because he punishes people for their transgressions.People hold Babalú-Ayé in great respect and avoid calling his actual name, because they do not wish to invoke epidemics.

     

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