400 simple rituals and procedures that can be used to help you accomplish anything you desire. . .
You don't need to spend your time thinking, worrying about or stressing over the evils that are constantly prowling...
This is one of the few books on the Palo tradition in English. I know from
personal communications with the author, that this book was truly. . .
During the slave trade, the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria who were brought to Cuba were forbidden the practice of their religion . . .
Santeria is an earth religion. That is, it is a magicoreligious system that has its roots in nature and natural forces. Each orisha. . .
by Raul Canizares
Oya, queen of the Nupe, warrior wife of the great king of the Yoruba, Shango. Strong as an ox and more potent than lightning, Oya rules over storms, witchcraft. . .
by Raul Canizares
Obatala; Santeria and the White Robed King of the Orisha
To call an Orisha the Chief of Wihte Cloth is to make a symbolic referince to that substance which makes consciousness possible....it is a reference to the fabric which binds the universe together.
by Migene Gonzalez Wippler
The author unveils for us the strange and beautiful rituals that derive from the syncretism of Roman Catholicism, early forced on the Yoruba slaves. . .
A glimpse of this fascinating, rarely talked-about magical system called KIMBANDA; BRAZILIAN PALO by offering some tried-and-true spells, recipes, and incantations...
If you are curious about the rituals and practices of this mysterious religion, and want to delve in its deepest secrets, this book will answer all of your questions and much more.
This book tells how these spiritual descendents of African medicine men and sorcerers “lay tricks” and work their magic...