The Orishas are deity figures of the Afro-brazilian culture who were born from the religious syncretism in Brazil during colonial times.
Each orixá has a particular symbolic system and is generally associated with a Catholic saint.
Saint Expeditus, patron of urgent causes and advocate of impossible causes, has his counterpart in Logunedé, an Umbanda deity who is identified as a hunter who lives in the jungle. He / She is a hermaphrodite, living six months of the year as a woman and six as a man.
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