Month: January 2017

 

Spiritim : Song for a spiritual mess

Today’s text is part of the many songs that are used for the Spiritual Mess. The song’s name is « Who is calling » it is a warning to the people that when you call the unknown it has to be treated with respect. Share this article

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Santeria : How to pay tribute to Yewa

[email protected] Last 30 of October we have been celebrating the day of Yewa, we propose some offerings « Adimus » that you can prepare for her. Since the number of Yewa is 11 the offerings are placed in this number, that is to say it is appeared by 11 apples, 11 figs,Read More

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Yoruba religion : 2017 Ifa’s Predictions for Cuba and the World

The Letter of the Year is a guide for the upcoming year for millions of Cuban people who practice the Yoruba religion on the island and in the world. There used to be two versions, one published by the Cuban Yoruba Association and the other by the Miguel Febles PadronRead More

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Santeria : The spirits of the dead call Eggun

For the religious and the Santeros/Santeras, the Babalawos, their ancestors, the spirits of the deads are friendly allies. They don’t fear the spirits of the dead, they petitioned them for help and honore them with sacrifices, libations, offerings and gifts. Back in the Yoruba land (Ile Ife), families would buryRead More

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Santeria : The dead give birth to the orishas

Ancestral spirits are one of the most important aspects to the Rule of Osha, both in daily practice and in every ritual we perform. In the religion of Lucumi/Lukumi every newcomer begins their journey by learning to build a relationship with their ancestral spirits. We say that “if we standRead More

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Santeria & IFA Consultation Online

Santeria.fr offers a consultation online service, for people that are isolated from any religious surround or just need to receive the help from a serious religious familly. The consultations are made ​​with Eleggua’s seashells by a Santera or by a Babalawo with the Ekuele. Share this article

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Cheketé or chequeté, the sacred drink of the orishas

Chequeté (corn) is one of the favorite food of the orishas and is mostly used in our religion, and though it does not come from Africa our ancestors have used it since the Europeans were taking it there. With the corn one elaborates the cheketé or chequeté that is theRead More

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Cuba: Letter of the Year 2017, Cultural Association Yoruba of Cuba, Commission Miguel Febles Padrón

The sign which manages the Letter of the Year 2017, from the Cultural Association Yoruba of Cuba together with the Organizing Commission for the letter of the Year Miguel Febles Padrón is «Baba Eyiogbe». Share this article

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