An nfumbe is the set of ritualized bones or pulverized bones, ceremonies come into play as most paleros (jueg0) would say. An nfumbe is ritualized to work with the person who has the most interest in it. Ceremonial incorporation is then performed so that this bone can function.
A nganga. refers to a particular creation made with an iron pot in which various objects (such as bones and sticks) are placed. It also refers to the spirit of the ■■■■ who live there.
E. Sarabanda (also known as Rompe Monte or Zarabanda) is the mongoose who rules war, iron, knives and struggles. It is associated with railways due to their heavy consumption of iron.
Nganga is to a palero what an altar is to a Catholic priest. Palo means stick in Spanish. And it goes into the pot with the earth and the bones. But that is not all.
Another important difference between Palo Monte and Santería is mainly. Santería points out that his Palo Monte gods revolve around ancestor worship and a belief in earthly natural forces such as water, mountains and especially sticks, which are said to have spiritual powers.
Palo Mayombe is a solitary religion practiced in secret, with no place of worship and no way of counting believers. Born from an ancient spiritual cult in Congo, it was first introduced to Cuba through the slave trade and later to the United States.
Nkuyu (also known as Nkuyo and Lucero Mundo) is the principal mongoose of the Palo pantheon. Handles the crossing, wilderness, balance and orientation. It has all the streets and gates and is central to all spiritual work in Palo.
To be initiated in Palo, one must undergo a ceremony called Rayamiento, which means scratching, during which special marks are made on the skin of the new adept: an alliance is made with the spirit that inhabits it. Pot, this ritual is also called the nganga oath.
To become a Santero or Santera (priest or priestess of Santería), the initiator must go through an intense one-week initiation process in which the teaching of ritual skills and moral behavior takes place in an informal and non-verbal way. In the beginning, the initiator goes through a ritual called purification.
Chola Wengue (also known as Mama Chola or Chola Nengue) is the mongoose that rules rivers, beauty, money and love. It is associated with sensuality and body fluids. Mama Chola, the common Spanish name for Chola Wengue, means Mother Chola, a reference to the feminine energy of her mother.
You are Rayos means seven lightning bolts. It is the lightning bolt and the spirit of fire: justice and divine justice. He is a fleeting, very masculine ghost and aggressively protects his followers. Siete Rayos is honored in the spiritual traditions of Palo.
Palo (religion) The Spanish word Palo Stick was used in the Cuban religion for the use of wooden sticks in the preparation of the altar, also called Nganga, El Caldero, Nkisi or La Prisa. Palo priests are known as paleros, tatas (men), yayas (women) or nganguleros.
Names. prisa f (plural prisas) (finance) safety, security (surety or guarantee for the repayment of a loan) clothing (unique) (Venezuela) jewel (noble or semi)
Santeria is based on the beliefs of the Yoruba, while Voodoo is based on the beliefs of Fon and Ewe. People who practice Santeria call the spirits orishas, while voodoo practitioners call the same spirits loa or laws. Santeria is mainly influenced by Spanish traditions, while Voodoo comes from French and American cultures.