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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.


The sun and the moon-the most important celestial bodies

The sun and the moon-the most important celestial bodies

The sun and the moon, as two of the most powerful celestial bodies affecting our existence, have always fascinated man. When he reached a certain level of mental development, this fascination took an artistic form, and in a much later period, also abstract and theoretical. Astrological considerations about the influence of the Sun on the fate of boys just born and the Moon on the fate of girls probably fall into this category.

It turns out, however, that these two celestial bodies may have inspired the creation of several huge prehistoric structures scattered around various regions of Europe. Some of these structures served spiritual purposes in times even more ancient than those remembered by the Egyptian pyramids.

According to researchers who study the history of these objects and analyze the development of human societies, the prehistoric works of human hands left behind testify to major social and civilizational changes. A careful analysis of climatic data suggests that these changes of a social nature, lasting from our perspective for a very long time – several decades – were associated with the end of the last ice age. The extinction of large animals – a constant source of food – forced the people of the time to gradually shift from a hunter’s lifestyle to a sedentary existence and learning to farm. This transformation of civilization and society did not happen overnight, but was a long-term process spanning millennia. When people finally decided to stay with farming, they felt this change not only on a non-physical level, but also on a mental level. What does this actually mean? Agriculture forced a more monotonous, not to say boring, lifestyle. Our ancestors longed for the mobility and adrenaline provided by hunting really big game, such as mammoths. This was the only life they knew, they had been functioning this way for millennia. The change in the way of life, forced by circumstances, made the earlier nomadic life turn into a memory, then it became a legend, and finally – the basis of the beliefs of those people. At the same time, they most likely associated this their former and forever lost way of life with the influence of the moon. This is suggested by research on the untouched by modern civilization Bushmen tribes of the Kalahari desert. In their stories, myths and beliefs there is a constant theme of great hunting and references to the lunar calendar and a lifestyle centered around it. In the Bushmen tribes, who can be regarded as the last living examples of an ancient way of life, there is equality, with a subtle indication of the importance of the role of women. This leads one to conclude that also in communities constantly on the move, living from hunting, women were also linked to lunar influences. The shift to a sedentary life dependent on farming caused a shift in emphasis. More important became the Sun with its life-giving energy and the strength of the male element, simply the male physical stamina indispensable for the hard work of harvesting.

The seasonality of agricultural work meant that during the period when the land rested, people did not really see how to channel the excess energy. Simply put – they had no work for themselves. This made them yearn all the more for the more varied, exciting lifestyle of their ancestors, which had meanwhile become the basis of their beliefs. So it was decided that this ancient nomadic mode should somehow be immortalized, commemorated. Various communities really did, with tremendous effort and time and effort put in, construct remarkable burial sites of their loved ones, which later inspired Celtic culture. These include Newgrange, “irl. DĂșn Fhearghusa – one of the largest corridor tombs erected by man (…) Even more surprising and astonishing are the megalithic places of worship of the old and new order. The best known, though not the only site of its kind, is Stonehenge (few know that it is “younger” than the Newgrange structure by about 700 years). The generally known thesis is that Stonehenge was meant to be a place to specifically celebrate the summer solstice, with the winter solstice a close second.

Meanwhile, new theories suggest that this mysterious monument from the ancient past may have served a dual role – as a place of worship for both the Sun and the Moon. The Sun symbolized a new era (a new way of life), while the Moon symbolized a memory of old times. People were attached to this memory the more strongly they realized that past history was gone irretrievably. The clever positioning of the huge stone blocks used to build Stonehenge produced a significant, spectacular effect. During the winter solstice, the moon would appear to those gathered in such a way that it was in a “window” of stone blocks just above the space occupied by the sun. For those gathered, this was a symbolic sign that the Moon was towering over the Sun – if only for a moment. It meant that despite the dramatic changes they had experienced, “their” beliefs had not lost their power. This gave them a sense of security and gave them encouragement for the future.

Symbolism of magic flowers

Symbolism of magic flowers

Flowers – they can be called the most subtle of messengers – by their very appearance, delicacy, finesse they arouse feelings in the gifted person. It would seem that nothing but the fragrance attributed to them can emphasize their charm more. However, man, an extremely clever creature, has given some of them additional attributes, and all of them have been assigned secret meanings. Don’t believe it? Find out by reading on. Here are just some of the inhabitants of the incredibly diverse floral world:

Anemone – according to legend was created from the body of the tragically deceased lover of the goddess Venus- Adonis. In the secret speech of florists, it means, among other things, attachment to someone’s soulmate, to whom it is usually given.

Pansy – according to legends, during his lifetime he was a good, sensitive to human injustice son of an extremely cruel heir. He was supposedly killed when he took a stand for his oppressed subjects, which provoked a fit of anger in his parent. The clearing where he was buried was very quickly covered with these flowers. In florist-speak, it symbolizes delicacy

Imperial crown – was also reportedly the only flower that refused to bow to the suffering Christ, heading to the place of execution. It was only with another stern look that the flower “became ashamed”, burned with a blush, that is, took on a more intense color, and laid its petals down like a panicked horse’s ears. Such an unusual appearance has remained with him to this day.

Chrysanthemum – according to stories from Japanese culture, is the flower of eternal imperishable love, and each of its many petals is supposed to signify one year spent together by lovers. In our country, too, in the secret speech of flowers, it points to eternity. The white chrysanthemum is supposed to assure someone that the giver binds warm affection to her. Yellow – suggests not love, but jealousy.

Cyclamen is a harbinger of the final end of love and inevitable separation.

Chicory – according to legends, the blue petals of chicory are said to quietly tell of the misfortune of a girl whose heart broke from grief after the death of her beloved in distant lands.

Violet – as they say, created from the tears of Adam, despairing after the loss of Paradise. It is a sign of modesty and quiet but strong feelings that the giver has for the recipient.

Hyacinth – named for six young men who became victims of the jealous and possessive love of Zephyr, the Greek god of wind. Zephyr, whose favor Hyacinth rejected, choosing Apollo, took revenge on both lovers. When the two were practicing a discus throw, Zephyr so directed the air currents that the said disc struck Hyacinth, causing wounds that proved fatal. The distraught Apollo turned drops of his beloved’s blood into a flower that made both the name and the sad story famous.

Mistletoe – is definitely a plant with a positive, not to say kissable, message. It too derives from myths, evoking the joy of one of the goddesses, Freya, upon recovering her son, whom she managed to resurrect after three days of effort. The legends say that Freya offered a kiss to every person she met for three days after this event. People said it would probably be nice to continue this friendly gesture. Thus was born a custom by which we can offer or steal a kiss from someone if we spot even a sprig of mistletoe nearby.

Lily of the valley – symbolizes delicacy and beauty, and can be given to someone who has captivated us with their outer and inner beauty.

Lily – stands for beauty and dignity. It was one of the royal symbols in France.

Lotus – in India it is believed to have arisen from the blood of the gods, is a symbol of harmony, beauty, perfection. The lotus flower is readily used as an image to show the beauty of the balanced state of mind that can be achieved through meditation. In the voyages of Odysseus, eating the lotus flower resulted in a complete loss of memory and no desire to return to one’s former life. There are references to the lotus flower as a term for one of the positions in yoga and intimate living.

Forget-me-not is meaningfully the opposite of the lotus. It is meant as a constant reminder that the one who received the forget-me-not is someone very important to the giver.

Rose – beautiful, subtle, romantic elegant depending on the color, it can be a messenger of fiery love(red), shy behind the invitation to her (white) a subtle suggestion in the style: you like me (tea). There are about seven thousand varieties of roses. The Persians exceptionally loved these flowers, they even established a Rose Day.

Does love magic really work?

This question is asked by people who would like to regain the love of their life with the help of love magic. As we know, love is an amazing feeling, when we are in love we feel as if we can fly. It’s great when two people care about that feeling and stay together for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, life is not that colorful and very often relationships break up, people argue and leave, or they cheat. The person who has been left behind and still loves feels tragic, sometimes even becoming depressed. In such a situation, we are looking for a way to regain a loved one. Sometimes a normal conversation, clearing up dividing points, is enough to make up and be back together. But there are also times when the normal ways do not work, and then some seek help with love spells. Do such spells work? Well, in many cases, yes, but it all depends on the chosen spell and the fate of the person performing the spell. If you find an effective Spell Caster, you can have a lot of hope that the spell will really work. However, you have to beware of those who consider themselves magicians, but in fact their spells have no power and they only want to make money from you.

The importance of the magic of love in history

As I wrote before, love magic has always been used. Even the oldest tribes had their shamans who used love spells for specific purposes, primarily to gain the feeling of a beloved person or to attract love. In ancient Egypt, sorcerers were a highly valued social group, people listened to them and addressed them with their problems. And sorcerers did help them many times, which earned them recognition and respect. In the Germanic and Slavic tribes, there were also wizards and clairvoyants who were peculiar oracles for many people, because they could accurately predict the future. Science such as astrology has always accompanied us. People tried to read something from the star system and find some relationships. There were those who knew how to do this exactly, and were able to predict certain events every day. Such knowledge was highly appreciated because it was useful for purposes such as winning battles and planning crops. Nowadays it is quite different, sorcerers are no longer as famous and valued as before, many people question the existence of esotericism, do not believe in supernatural phenomena. However, still many people look for their happiness in magic and even use love spells to find or win a loved one.