Vodoo spells- description – love spells reviews
In the Voodoo cult, there is, indeed, a belief in Bon Dieu or one God, however, you do not worship him as the concept of Deus Otiosus. The basis of the cult are “rituals of possession”, in which drums play an important role, with the help of which complex polyrhythms are won. With these, participants enter a trance, during which LOA possesses one or more people. In the language of the followers, it is then said that “Loa is riding his horse.” These individuals have usually been previously initiated into the cult or have a specific predisposition to enter trance.
The HOUNGAN or shaman-priest or MAMBO or shaman-priestess have great knowledge of the lives of the LOA and how to contact them. They are also the focal points of the SOCYETE, or “community of believers” in Voodoo, without which rituals cannot take place. Each LOA has its own distinct VEVE symbol painted with chalk on the ground before the ritual begins.
The most important Voodoo deities are:
OXALA – the god of mercy appearing in the form of Jesus,
SZANGO – the god of the storm, in the form of John the Baptist,
PAPA LEGBA – the god guarding the boundary between the world of the living and the dead, in the guise of St. Peter,
OGOUN – the god of war,
ERZULIE – goddess of love and fertility,
DAMBALLAH – the serpent god, in the guise of St. Patrick.
Among the followers of Voodoo there is also a belief that through magic it is possible to revive the body of the deceased and make it, for example, work in the fields as a kind of organic automaton – ZOMBIE. A given person becomes such a Zombie as a result of being poisoned with a special kind of poison prepared by a BOKOR, or sorcerer. However, this is not an element of worship, but an ingredient of folk beliefs that has no connection with proper worship. The poison, known by Voodoo worshippers as “zombie powder,” mainly contains tetrodotoxin, which “kills a person.” – In case of poisoning, only the brain works, but death can be pronounced. After a certain period of time, the toxin stops working. The powder also contains the botanical substance “Bielun,” which makes a person susceptible to allusions and requests.
American pop culture has popularized a myth according to which followers of traditional Voodoo use so-called Voodoo dolls – Voodoo Dolls – to cause pain to the people they represent, or to bring illness to them. In fact, puppets / figures representing LOA spirits are placed on the altars of traditional Voodoo. Haitian Voodoo is also known for the practice of attaching puppets to trees in cemeteries as a method of communicating with the world of the dead. “Voodoo dolls,” on the other hand, are used in the practices of so-called Louisiana Voodoo, also known as New Orleans Voodoo, which is also a mixture of the beliefs and spiritual practices of Haitian Voodoo and “Hoodoo Magic” centered in the Mississippi River Delta area.
These dolls most likely have their origins in the early 20th century. In the first decades of this century, these dolls were used as a tool of sympathetic magic. Driving the pins was not meant to cause pain in a particular area of the real person’s body, but rather to enhance the power of the spell being cast.
Followers of New Orleans Voodoo distinguish between white and black magic. Hostile use of dolls is considered a form of black Voodoo. In most cases, practitioners use dolls for purposes such as healing, finding true love, spiritual guidance or as a meditation tool. Thus, dolls sold in local stores are usually meant for good purposes, or as mere souvenirs for tourists.