Su nombre Inlé Ayayé, vive en la tierra y en el agua. Es hermano de
Abbatá, inseparable de Ochún y se recibe después de hacerse Ocha.
Su color es la combinación de el azul y el amarillo.
Su caracol nunca va al piso Los
hijos de Inle no preguntan con coco.
Un pedestal en forma de cruz, del que penden a ambos lados,
majaes y pecesitos. A lo largo del eje vertical, en el centro, van
enroscados dos majaes en plata o metal blanco, dos aros, anzuelo, pita,
red y dieciocho caracoles.
Se viste de azul, amarillo y blanco, adornado con caracoles.
También de verde marino y del color de ciertas aguas estancadas.
Inle is an Orisha that represents the spirit of good. Inle never did
evil to anyone. Inle was a fisherman and a hunter. He also was a healer.
For this reason, many people receive Inle to rid themselves of certain
diseases. Inle was a very handsome young man and Yemaya fell in love
with him. She eventually took him to live with her in her palace under
the sea. While living with Yemaya, Inle saw all the secrets of the great
queen. For that reason, when their affair was over, Yemaya cut out
Inle's tongue, so that he could never reveal her secrets. That is why
when you receive Inle, Inle does not speak through his shells, but
through the shells of Yemaya. Later on, after Inle returned to the earth
to live in the forests, he had a wife called Abbata. When a person
receives Inle, they also receive Abbata. Abbata is represented by a
serpent. For this reason, the symbol of Inle is a metal arrow,
surrounded by two serpents.
by Maria Concordia, Oggun Gbemi