Photo-manipulation artist, James C. Lewis: ... each Orisha’s name is written in the Yoruba dialect and captures imagery of powerful men, women & children of various complexions who are all of African descent.
#Shakti is the manifestation of divine feminine creative power, sometimes referred to as 'The Great Divine Mother' in Hinduism. On the earthly plane, Shakti most actively manifests through female embodiment and creativity/fertility.
Brigid.. She is a healer, a mother, a gardener (of apples and herbs), a poetess, a midwife, a protector of children and livestock and a very sympathetic deity to the plights of her followers. A fire goddess. A giver of light and warmth but like fire.... volatile. A goddess that carries a hammer and commands the power of the flame, is not one that you want to upset.
Goddess Eir also called "The Silent Healer," she wandered from one place to another, carrying a bag full of herbs, roots, seeds and mushrooms, a knife, a pestle and sticks with runic inscriptions. She attended to all who needed her healing abilities and asked her for help. Her practices included the use of purification, herbs, charms, talismans and rune sounds.