Originating in the early 19th Century AD on The Island of Haiti, ''Azaka Medeh'' is another Loa (Lord) of Voodoo. He is described as being ''Gentle'' and had no personifications with Death or Evil intentions. When shown in Art, Azaka Medeh is shown as a ''Country Poorman'' or Farmer. As such He is most invoked on The Haitian Holiday of Labor Day. Whereas He loves food, His offering are such (and any kind). He is commonly called upon to protect agriculture and those who work as Farmers or Pickers.