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Chango rules over all forms of fire, including fevers, and is a being of passion and power. He is celebrated for his virility and his risk-taking, for he is a womanizer and an inveterate gambler. Chango (also spelled Shango, Sango, or Xango) is the Spirit of Thunder and Lightning and the wielder of the Double Bladed Axe in the Yoruba pantheon of Orishas or "Seven African Powers". He is said by some to have been the fourth king of the Yorubas. In addition to the axe, Chango is symbolized by other weapons, including the dagger, the mace, the sword, and the machete -- and he can be represented by a pair of ram's horns.

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PATAKIS DE CHANGO/ LEYENDAS/

PATAKIS DE CHANGO/ LEYENDAS/

PATAKI:
Chango

Aggayú, el dueño del río, tuvo amores con Yemayá y de ellos nació Changó.

Pero Yemayá no lo quiso y Obatalá lo adopto y lo crió. Al reconocerlo como hijo, le puso un collar blanco y punzó.

Dijo que sería rey del mundo y le fabricó un castillo. Se casó con Obba, pero también vivía fijo con Oyá y Ochun.

Oyá como se sabe, era la mujer de Oggún, pero se enamoró de Changó y se dejó robar por él.
Este rapto dio origen a una guerra tremenda entre Changó y Oggún.

Cuentan que como Changó peleaba y no tenía armas, Osain, que era su padrino, le preparó el secreto del guiro.

Cuando lo tocaba con el dedo y se lo llevaba a la boca, podía echar candela por ella. Con eso vencía a sus enemigos.

Cuando se oye tronar, se dice que es porque Changó anda de rumba con sus mujeres o que cabalga por el cielo.

Atributos:

Hacha petaloide, de doble filo o bipene, copa, espada, acheré de jicotea, caballo moro, pandereta, bandera rojo brillante.

Bailes:

Al subirse embiste con la cabeza y da vueltas de carnero en dirección a los tambores.

Abre desmesuradamente los ojos y saca la lengua para significar que la tiene de fuego.

Agita en alto su hacha sagrada y se agarra los testículos con la mano.

Ningún orisha da brincos más altos ni contorsiones más violentas, ni figuras más extrañas.

También ningún otro orisha realiza extravagancias como la de comer candela. Sus bailes son guerreros o eróticos.

En los guerreros blande el hacha bipene; en los eróticos trata de acentuar su prepotencia y emplea las más crudas evocaciones sexuales.

Chango

Aggayú, the owner of the river, had a love affair Yemaya and Chango was born out of the affair.
But she would not love the child.Obatala adopted Chango and raised him as his own.
Recognizing him as a child, gave him a white collar(eleke, necklace) and scarlet.
He said he would be king of the world and builted him a castle. Obba married Chango but he also lived with Oya and Oshun.
Oya as we know, was the wife of Ogun, but she fell madly in love with Chango the strong warrior; therefore she allowed him to kidnap and steal her from Oggun.
The abduction led to a tremendous war between Chango and Ogun.
It is said that as Chango fought and had no weapons, Osain, who was his godfather, prepared the secret of the guiro.
When Chango touched the guiro with his fingers and placed them in his mouth he could spit fire which he used to beat his enemies.
When you hear thunder, it is said that Chango must be dancing and partying with his wives or riding through the sky.

Attributes:
Axe petaloid, double-edged or bipene, cup, sword, acheré of turtle, horse Moor, tambourine, bright red flag.

Dances:
The dancer should rammed his head and turn toward the drums. Open eyes wide and stick out the tongue as if it was spiting fire Shake up the ax and hold sacred the testicles with his hand.
No orisha bounces higher and more violent contortions, or strange figures.
It also performs any other orisha extravagance as eating fire. His dances are warriors or erotic.
In the warriors wielding the ax bipene, in the erotic is used to emphasize his arrogance and the crudest sexual evocations.