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Monkey and Cock Statue (Wishes, Success, Fortune)
Monkey and Cock Statue (Wishes, Success, Fortune)
Monkey and Cock Statue (Wishes, Success, Fortune)
Monkey and Cock Statue (Wishes, Success, Fortune)
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Monkey and Cock Statue (Wishes, Success, Fortune)

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"Monkey and Cock" Statue has come to The Divine Key. 

This sacred mystic curio is deeply rooted in mythology from Yoruba, Africa. It is also become part of Madame Laveau's NOLA hoodoo.

 These statues have a long history of bringing success, luck, and abundance into the lives of those who honor them on their altars or in their homes. Possession of these two intertwined in the "Dance of Jubilee" is said to grant three grand wishes over a three year period to its owner. These golden Monkey and Cock Statues are said to grant wishes that last a lifetime and bring blessings that are passed from generation to generation.

After the wishes have been granted, the owner of the Monkey and Cock usually "abandon" them at a crossroads or graveyard  where someone else may find and look after them. By paying it forward the cycle of luck begins anew for the new owner.

 This unique curio is said to have originated with the African slaves who were dispersed throughout the world during the 1700s and 1800s. Early examples of this carving have been found throughout Haiti and the West Indies -- wherever Voodoo thrived in the New World.

 The Monkey is a trickster figure of Yoruba mythology (Esu-Elegbara in Nigeria and Legaba among the Fon in Dahomey), who became Exu in Brazil, Echu-Elegua in Cuba, Papa Legba in the pantheon of the loa of Vaudou in Haiti, and Papa La Bas in the loa of Hoodoo in the United States). His power in reality is supposed that he can trick the future to be what he wants it to be.

 The Cock (a sign of power). In contemporary expressions of Santeria and Voodoo, the rooster is a favorite sacrifice to attract the favorable attention of the saintly spirits. The fact that cock is a common euphemism for the male sex organ adds to the fowl's appeal as a surrogate victim for the sacrificial knife. The Cock, thus, becomes the animal symbol of Ogun

These statues are made with golden flake resin and come in a soft bag with instructions.

This listing is for one statue, bag, instructions and free shipping for USA and discounted shipping for Canada!