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ROCKDEEP ALPHA Orisha Shango (Pre-Order)

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$129.99

  Baluku Orisha Shango (Wine/Gold) - from the ROCKDEEP Reimagined Collection PLEASE READ ENTIRE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION BELOW - THANKS  Product Description: Upper: Neoprene Inner sleeve / Microfiber  Velcro Strap Closure Lightweight outsole...

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Baluku Orisha Shango (Wine/Gold) - from the ROCKDEEP Reimagined Collection

PLEASE READ ENTIRE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION BELOW - THANKS

 Product Description:

  • Upper: Neoprene Inner sleeve / Microfiber 
  • Velcro Strap Closure
  • Lightweight outsole - Translucent Air Chamber
PLEASE READ ENTIRE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

This is a pre-order.  Please understand this process and how it works.  It makes the buying and selling experience easier and delightful for everyone.

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If you should want a refund for any reason it will be issued immediately, however you run the risk of not obtaining the product once it ships, however there are times where there are additional pairs which haven't been purchased by the time of shipping.

There will ONLY be 500 made UNLESS we pre-sell the allotted 500 pairs out quickly. 

There will be approximately 50 pairs in each size made.  IMPORTANT NOTE:

After the pre-sale ends the price will increase.  So don't delay.

THIS IS IMPORTANT.  This means the shoes will not arrive days after you order.  This is a PRE-ORDER.  We can explain this, but we know there will be those who still ask "Where are my shoes"

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HISTORY:

Buluku Shango the Orisha

Shango, the Yoruba god of thunder and lighting. Shango was the fourth king of the ancient Oyo Empire, the West African center of culture and politics for the Yoruba people. The Oyo Empire thrived from the fifteenth century until 1835.

Shango (Yoruba languageṢàngó, also known as Changó or Xangô in Latin America; and as Jakuta or Badé) is an Orisha, a type of spirit in Yoruba religion. Genealogically speaking, Shango is a royal ancestor of the Yoruba as he was the third Alaafin of the Oyo Kingdom prior to his posthumous deification. Shango has numerous manifestations, including Airá, Agodo, Afonja, Lubé, and Obomin.[1][2] He is known for his powerful axe. He is considered to be one of the most powerful rulers that Yorubaland has ever produced.

Ṣàngó was the third Alafin of Oyo, following Oranmiyan and Ajaka.[2] He brought prosperity to the Oyo Empire.[3] According to Professor Mason's Mythological Account of Heroes and Kings, unlike his peaceful brother Ajaka, he was a powerful and violent ruler. He reigned for seven years which were marked by his continuous campaigns and many battles. His reign ended due to his inadvertent destruction of his palace by lightning. He had three wives, namely Queen Oshun, Queen Oba, and Queen Oya. The Oyo Empire declined in the 19th century, which led to the enslavement of its people by the Fulani and the Fon. Among them were many followers of Ṣàngó, and worship of the deity thrives in the New World as a result. Strong devotion to Ṣàngó led to Yoruba religions in Trinidad and Recife, Brazil being named after the deity.[4]

In Yorubaland, Ṣàngó is worshiped on the fifth day of the week, which is named Ojo Jakuta. Ritual worship foods include guguru, bitter cola, àmàlà, and gbegiri soup. Also, he is worshiped with the Bata drum. One significant thing about this deity is that he is worshiped using red clothing, just as he is said to have admired red attire during his lifetime.[5]

 

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