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Olokun: Orisha Aje the god of wealth, ruler of the ocean Olokun is the God/Goddess of all Waters and all of the Oceans, for Her name means Owner (Olo) of Oceans (Okun) Aje is a god of wealth and economic prosperity, this orisha aid the accumulation of wealth. In Yoruba society, when a mother gives birth to twins, Ibeji are consecrated and given to her as well as a set for her twin children. If one of the twins dies, a special doll is consecrated to act as a body for that deceased child’s sibling to carry (So that the two-bodied soul of the twins can remain intact. OLOKUN from Edo and Yoruba (Nigerian) mythology The image above is from the premiere of Arthur Hall's dance of Olokun in July 1996. The hoary Lord of the Undertow represents many things, among them peace and prosperity and the riches that come from the sea.