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Palo Mayombe: Its spells, deities and Palo religion story

The Palo Mayombe have a complex religous system, which make this doctrine more complete, effective and powerfull to your faith.

Palo Mayombe spells

The contact with the spirits, is one of parts more importats of ritual Palo Mayombe. The deities will hear you and never leave you, but is necessary to be loyal; otherwise, will be hard regain their trust.

After de period of initiation into religion, will bem necessary to have a dear, competente and benevolent godfather or godmother Palo, beucase will be their that will offer you the best guidance about rituals, prayers and new initiations.

When you are starter in Palo Mayombe, the spirits will help you with the spells, but it is not good enought. It is necessary to be with the mind clean and focused, so that there are not interferences in this moment.

Palo Mayombe spirits

When dealing with Palo Mayombe spirits is possible to meet various entities able to help you in different fields of the life. Know now some of them that can welcome you:

  • The seven tranquil spirits
    The seven tranquil spirits are used in simples rituals, being very common in Central America and in Mexico;
  • Madre de La Luna
    Also know as “Mother of the Moon”, the rituals just happen in full moon nights;
  • Francisco of the Seven Rays
    This is on of the oldest Palo Mayombe entities. It fight for justice, and all its offerings must be done in a jungle;
  • San Simon
    This one of the biggest forces in Palo Mayombe, and also defender of the law.

Palo Mayombe religion history

The Palo emerged in Congo. Then it originated other religions, like Palo Mayombe, Kimbisa between else doctrines. When the slaves were take to Cuba, Dominican Republic, United States and Puerto Rico, naturally its chants, culture and religions went to that region with them, favoring the dissemination and, consequently, formation changes and adaptations of the Palo religion.

In some Palo houses there are catholic saints figures and crosses representing the belief of the faithful. This denounces the power of action of religious syncretism during the slave period. However, is importante to highlight: at the time, duo to european pressure, some african countries declared themselves christians, giving up the practice of the original religiosity. The religou syncrestism also was caused by this fact.

The conga rule

Or “La Regla Conga” are a convention about somes standards that must be follow. The rule represent its power and the might of the nature, whose componentes, such as flora and sea are animated for spirits. Also is considered the basis the belief the presence of Nganga. Have
matery over the Nganga and its use without discrimination, representes the hight leve in hierarch of the person.
Other point memorable is the sacred symbols, used to identify the deities presente in the ritual. When the symbols are drawn, the faithfull believe that supernatural occurrences are recorded and that they are responsible for the fulfillment of the covenant. The religious expression Palo Mayombe is the essence of african story and their natives and immigrants, and it never must be fogotten. If you have interest in Mayombe, feel free to seek people the have experience or great informations to pass you on about it.

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Palo Mayombe is more effective than Voodoo religion?

Of west Africa, and haitian origin, the voodoo doctrine was spread among different countries during the slave period. One of main features of the voodoo religion are the  rituals for dancing, music and abundant food, such as worship entities, as Loa, and ancestors.

The essence of voodoo doctrine is quite similar to Palo Mayombe; however, its gods have more power over life its followers, and considered, certainly, the most effective. 

What is voodoo?

The basis the voodoo definition is in the worship of ancestors, whose roots are between the people Fon or Fon Nu and Ewe or Jeje, located in Benin, a western African country. However, in the historical context, is not so simple to objectively say what is voodoo. Due to religious syncretism that africans submitted to, 15% of the Benin populations who call themselves “christians”, actually, practice the rites similiar to haitian voodoo. A lot of this people are descends free slaves, that led to the country of origin the new religious custos that learned.

Voodoo history

As Palo Mayombe, the voodoo history started in Africa, but in this case, most strongly in Haiti. However, when the slave period began and the african blacks were taken to catholic countries, found themselves under the need to incorporate elements of the dominant religion, so that they would not be punished for their original religious demonstration. For this reason, the voodoo belief has components of catholicism.
Despite the voodoo history have undergone adaptations over time, still being practiced by most of the haitian people and by immigrant citizen in the country.

Voodoo practices

  • The Vuduns (or Loas)
    The vuduns or Loas, how also are called, are spiritual deities that represents the nature power. To contact it, é necessary to delight the spirits with foods and drinks. The medium also can to incorporate one of this spirits, to try a direct contact;
  • The spike doll in voodoo rituals
    Unlike what is watched in the movies, the doll are used as a lucky charm. Depending on request, it must be left on a home forniture, and the person need to do the same resquest for it everyday;
  • Back to life
    The bokors (priests) are able to revive dead people as a way to punishment. The person can to live for more 2 days to to complish tasks. Past this time, the bokors burn the body lest the dead do not be enslaved again;
  • In the ceremonies
    During rituals like weddings, baptized and funerals the women stay at home while the husband has other function, like to play drum;

  • Worship the spirits
    There are voodoo practices rituals to each different goal: health, love, work and protection. Each family wroship their own ancestors.

Why Palo Mayombe is considered better, positive and more powerful than Voodoo doctrine?

If you have read our previous articles, then you certainly know what Palo Mayombe is and its main features and similarities with voodoo religion. However, although despite the ritualistic diversity existing in several others doctrines, none is more complex and complete as in Palo. The rituals are considered one of aspects more importante of the Palo Mayombe religion, because the time dedicated to spirit say a lot of positive return you will get. It is important have knowledge about different doctrines, but none will be effective in you life as Mayombe Doctrine.

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Palo Mayombe do not must be confused with Santeria religion

Santeria doctrine have origin nigerian and belonging to the Yoruba nation. Its theology and ancestral tradition filled with various rituals, attracts many adherent around the world, even believers who believe that it belongs to the Mayombe. However, Palo Mayombe and Santeria is not the same religion.

Santeria religion

The religion also known as “La Regla de Ocha” and “Lucumi Religion”, it was widespread in Cuba by slaves. They had their spiritual traditions, and, as happened with black Voodoo and Palo Mayombe adherent, the Santeria religion hid their belief dentro the catholic figures belonging to their owners, making the doctrine acquire elements of the dominant religion. Also there are those who not accepted this new reality, and chose to worship their saints “originals”. These slaves were called “way of saints”, by Santeria doctrine.

Santeria saints

When we talk about this religion, we consider as Santeria entities, the saints and orishas. They are considered the main access portal of communication between the human and the transcendental word. Between human and god.
To understand better, is possible to make an referente to holy trinity, characteristic of catholiscim – “on behalf of the father, Son and Holy Spirit” –.
Know some orishas and the saints correspondent, respectively:

  • Exu – Saint Antonio;
  • Ossaim – Saint Roch;
  • Xango – Saint Jerome, Saint Peter, Saint John the Baptist, Saint Joseph and Saint
  • Francis of Assis;
  • Iansa – Saint Barbara;
  • Oxala – Jesus.

Yemaya Santeria

Yemaya Santeria is a female orisha considered one of more importante, dear and respected in this religion. Its origin is of Yourubá doctrine, but also have participation in Santeria, where is considered “queen of the wave”. The name Yemaya comes from the term “Yèyé Omo Ejá”, translate mean “mother of fish children”.
Yemaya Santeria have its name related to the origin of several other deities that make up the religou scene of many african doctrines. On the other hand, being held responsible for the creation of so many orishas, the figure also is linked to fertility and motherhood, besides being reference for those who seek comfort and protection, to fight the problems of life.  Why some people confuse Santeria and Palo Mayombe?
The orgin and basis of religion between Santeria and Palo Mayombe are similar. However, the religions should not be confused. Mayombe is a strand of Palo religion, unlike Santeria; the rites of contact with the spirit world are made of different ways; the Santeria had origin in Nigéria and Palo emerged in Congo. We also need to consider Palo Mayombe more efficient, influential and powerfull in their achievements, when compared to Sanderia and others africans and westerners religions. 

Is Palo Mayombe really safe?

The Palo Mayombe priest can be consulted for you to get help of entities and spirits. Unfortunately, due to the historical marginalization that the west has imposed in religion, still have a lot of preconception. However, how everything in life, only depend of choices that you make. When you to consult a Palo priest willing to do good and leave positivity to your life, you will see the real healing power. The opposite is also possible, but all depends your intention and goodness.   

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The tales and mysteries of the Palo Mayombe religion

Palo Mayombe is an African tradition that has developed over the years especially in diaspora. It originated in Cuba during the slave trade era and its Spanish term is Las Reglas de Congo. The Palo mayombe is widely practiced in the African diaspora in various names and forms especially in the Spanish speaking countries like the Cuba, Venezuela, Dominican Republic and Columbia. The Palo mayombe has also been widespread to areas such as Brazil and also Haiti. The Palo Mayombe can also be identified as Palo Monte, Brillumba and The Kimbisa. The origin of the Palo Mayombe can be traced to the regions of the Congo basin in Africa. It came through slavery. The incantations, liturgies and spells of the Palo mayombe is greatly depended on the Kikongo language. These spells and rituals of the Palo Mayombe often includes the use of herbs, roots and also special sticks found in the roots of the Congo basin. In Spanish, the name Palo means stick. The Pali mayombe makes use of priests called Paleros and the priests can be male or female. The male priests are called Tata while the female priest is called Yaya. Their members are called Pino Nuevo or Ngueyos.

The spells and initiations of the Palo Mayombe.

The Palo Mayombe makes use of two different spiritual forces. They are the power of the dead and the power of the African spirits. These two spiritual forces are called upon in all the rituals of the Palo Mayombe. The spirit of the deceased which is known as Muertos in Spanish can be linked to the Nganga or an artifact that is claimed to be magical. This Nganga is the main point of the Palero. The strength of the spells made on this Nganga depends on the strength of the deceased spirit.

The Palo Mayombe is often said to be very evil and that they bring about misfortune and different forms of curses or illness. All over, it is acknowledged that the spiritual powers of the palo mayombe are the strongest among other spiritual community or religions. Most times, priests from the Yoruba religion, the voodoo priests and the Santería Babalawo come over to seek the powers of the Palo Mayombe if powerful curses are needed. These powers act really fast and it can be very deadly. Asides the dark side being mentioned, the Palo Mayombe also has the exact power to heal. These same spirits that are summoned to lay curses can also be called give healing to sicknesses and other ailments. The powers they possess to heal is just as powerful as the power they possess to lay a curse.

A spirit is often linked to the Nganga and it is this spirit that determines the power of the spells being used. Due to this, the Palero makes use of more than one Nganga in different rituals. Becoming an initiate of the Palo mayombe is not as easy as it seems. You undergo a ritual known as the Rayamiento.

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The tales of the Palo Mayombe and the Santeria

The Santeria and the Palo Mayombe have been compared over the years and most times have been called twins. In other times, the Palo Mayombe has been called the evil twin of the Santeria. They both have their similarities but also have their huge differences.

The Santeria is a black magic practice that is from the Yoruba religion in Nigeria. It can also be known as la Reglas de Ocha. The word Santeria is Spanish which means “worship of saints”. The Santeria is a remnant if the Yoruba religion and it is infused with a bit of Roman Catholicism. It was originated during the slave era in Cuba. They have a strong belief that one god created the whole of the universe and now the universe is being over looked by lesser gods such the Orishas. These gods represent different forces and also possess some human characteristics. Some of their gods and goddesses are:

  • Yemaya: she is the goddess of motherhood and the sea. She is one of the most powerful Orishas of the Santeria. It is said that she gave birth to most of the other Orishas. The yemaya Santeria can be fierce and kills anyone who is likely to hurt her children.
  • Obatala: she is the goddess of the creation and of peace. Her attire is white and she can be associated with the Virgen de la Merced.

Each of the Santeria follower have a particular Orisha assigned to them to give them guidance and protection throughout his/her life. The Santeria don’t have official places of worship. Their ceremonies are usually done in public or in the homes of one of the members.

The Palo Mayombe came to be during the slave era of the 1500s in Cuba. It is also known as la Reglas de Congo. The word Palo is a Spanish word which means sticks. The Palo Mayombe is said to have a great belief in the veneration of spirits and also the use of supernatural and earthly powers. They have various gods and goddess that they worship. Some of them are the Zarabanda, Lucero, Madre Agua, El Christo Negro, San Simon and El Christi Rey. The Palo Mayombe have different kinds of spells and rituals. In their rituals they do a lot of dancing and make music which is usually made a wooden percussion instrument and also drums. They make use of metallic object in their rituals such as plows and hoes. Becoming a member of the Palo Mayombe is easy yet it can be very complex.

Normally, initiations are not discussed with non-initiates. To get initiated, you have to go through a ceremony which is called Rayamiento and it means “being scratched”. Special marks are made on your skin during the ceremony. This ceremony of the Palo Mayombe is done under the full moon. To be a part of the Palo Mayombe, you have to swear an oath to prove your loyalty, courage and confidence to the religion.

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Ma Kengue, Diety of Palo Mayombe: The Earth Shaker

Ma Kengue:

The religion of Palo Mayombe involves the worship and ultimate reference of Nzambi, the Supreme Deity who they relate to through the kimpungulu (plural form of mpungu). These kimpungulu are lesser deities who interface between the Supreme God, Nzambi and man, enabling communication of messages to and fro. Ma Kengue is one of such deities. He is also called Tiembla Tierrra or Pandilanga. He is known as the Sky Father; the early Creator of all living creatures. He is believed to dwell on the mountain top and is expressed both in male and female forms.


Ma Kengue is known for his deep wisdom and excellent fatherhood. He is very peaceful and understanding. However, like other deities, he can cause adverse effects when provoked. He is said to be able to take the role of a fierce warrior and cause earthquakes in the event of injustice. He is believed to be full of insights and knowledge. He epitomizes patience, justice, balance, peace, and wisdom.

Ma Kengue is seen as being in charge of the earth, hills, and mountains. Some would refer to him as the Owner of all the things in the world.

Tasks/ Functions:

Ma Kengue is he who blesses a man with wisdom and insight. He endows with knowledge and forethought. He plays the role of a Father to his devotees. He also ensures that justice is carried out. If the contrary occurs, he rises to the occasion. He is known to be a Protector. He is also believed to be the deity that balances good and evil on the earth.

Ma Kengue is consulted on matters of healing, cleansing from bad spirits, protection from evil, blessings, spirituality, success, peace, mystical insights and wisdom.

He is also regarded as an important part of the creation of all living beings.


Ma Kengue also receives sacrifices and offerings which would include unsalted rice, cocoa butter, coconuts, white yam and everything white. These sacrifices should be left in forests or mountain tops. His sacred color is white which is a representation of peace and his dedicated number is 8.


Ma Kengue is associated with the Lady of Mercy of the Roman Catholic Church and the Orisa Obatala of the Santeria and Yoruba religion. This is due to their very similar characteristics and functions. Though some Paleros do not believe in this combination of several beliefs from different faiths. They prefer the undiluted teachings as it was handed to them.


Ma Kengue is one of the deities which an nganga can be dedicated to. When a Palero seeks to build his nganga or shrine, the human remains of the dead ancestor who is also called the nfumbi, is placed into the pot so that the nfumbi inhabits the pot. It is referred to as a sort of giving a means of expression to the deceased. 

The nganga would also be dedicated to one of the deities. Divination has to be carried out to determine which of the deities an nganga belongs to. The Palero is then under the protection, guidance, and blessing of both the nfumbi and the mpungu.

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Voodoo, a mix of cultures

Voodo is the result, once again, of cultures from Africa, when the slave trade from Africa to Latin America occurred.A mix between tennis player and animist, which has its origin in the Gulf of Guinea.Voodoo extends to the United States and Haiti, among other Caribbean islands.The main belief of Voodoo is that there is something supernatural, like a parallel world that has the power of us that we cannot access, and to be able to communicate it is necessary to Ioas, who play the role of intermediary between this world and the supernatural world , let’s say they are like the saints of Santeria, and they have to be praised. However, not everyone has contact with the gods, the priests are in charge of communicating with them and passing on the message.

Voodoo in Mexico: Voodoo is a religion that is characterized by having many symbols; In Mexico, specifically in Mexico City, there is a county where these symbols reside.These express a moral dictionary, representing arbitration and social organization. But, it can be said that Mexico hides this religion, it may not seem ethically correct, just remember, in general, the religion that abounds in Latin America is Catholic so it is normal for it to suppress other entities. So, they do their best to make this religion known, for example, people like Emmanuel Délicieux, try after the earthquake that occurred in Mexico City, publicize this religion by preaching that the earthquake is a way that the universe is talking to us. It also opens the doors to anyone who is interested.

Voodoo in Haití: To talk about the voodoo religion in Haiti, you have to go back in 1791, where the Bois Caiman ceremony took place, in the Haitian Revolution, this ceremony was where the reception of the black pig took place, and served as a meeting to clarify the problems .As this religion has gone around the world, since in places like Africa and France they practice it, Haiti, however, is where it predominates and since 2013 it is one of the official religions. Black magic abounds taking care of health and spirit, because this religion was born from suffering, is a fruit of French colorism and slavery.And although Catholicism still prevails, many Catholic practitioners also invoke the voodoo aspects.

Voodoo in Louisiana: Also known as Voodoo New Orleans, it also has the same origins and similarities between the Voodoo of Mexico and Haiti.The voodoo was in the year 1731, and all groups contributed to its evolution, involving its magic with herbs and dolls, but at one time the police banned the sale of slaves under 14 years.This is how slaves united to achieve the influence of religion and enjoy its benefits.They began making and using charms to protect others was a key aspect for voodoo in Louisiana.

Saranbanda, Deity of Palo Mayombe; The Unconquerable Destroyer Of Evil

Palo Mayombe religion is henotheistic in nature. Paleros worship the Supreme Creator; Nzambi a Mpungu. However, they can only relate to him through other lesser deities called mpungu. One of such deities is Sarabanda. He is also called Rompe Monte in Spanish meaning ‘he who destroys the wilderness’ about the machete he uses to clear the jungle. Another variation of his name is Zarabanda.


Zarabanda is known by the Paleros as a very temperamental, willful and fierce god. He is also said to be very protective and powerful. He is also seen as the epitome of determination, courage, ethics and pure masculinity.

Tasks/ Functions:

Sarabanda is known as the god of war, iron, and roads. He is highly dreaded and respected. He can be very violent when angered and is known for causing accidents and great calamities. He is associated with sorcery and is the most appropriate deity to call upon in the event of a conflict. He is also called upon for employment and protection. He is believed to be in charge of everything relating to knives and bloodshed; either to heal or to kill.

He is seen as an unconquerable warrior. He is also called the Destroyer of evil as he is trusted to be able to lift any curse or hex and to cast out bad spirits. He is referred to as the inspiration behind technology and innovation.


Sacrifices are usually offered to him at railroads. His association with railroads is because they are built with extensive use of iron. These sacrifices can be in the form of plantain, rum, cigar, peppered rum (chamba), cigars and machetes. Animal sacrifices are also offered to him in front of his shrine. Women on their periods are not expected to come anywhere close to his shrine. His colors are green, coral and black and his sacred number is 7.


Due to several very similar traits, Saranbanda is often associated with the Orisha, Ogun in the Yoruba religion and the Roman Catholic Saint Peter.


Besides setting up an nganga, a Palero who aspires to become a Tata (male priest) must set up shrines/ altars for both Sarabanda and Lucero. These male priests are qualified to handle initiation rites. An nganga is built to be inhabited by the spirits of dead ancestors but this shrine is fully dedicated to an mpungu; a deity. It is the pathway that helps worshipers make a journey into another realm. Unlike an nganga, this shrine is made of an iron cauldron; a pot with three legs. This pot must be filled with items that make Sarabanda potent on the earth. Items such as horseshoe, machete. Often times a snake and even grenades. Oaths and initiations are carried out right in front of his shrine.

This cauldron is believed to be a bridge between the spirit world and the physical world as Sarabanda acts as a middle man between Nzambi, the Creator God and mankind. The cauldron is also a medium through which Sarabanda expresses his nature and then fully operates on the earth.

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The history and initiation of the Palo Mayombe religion

The Palo religion is one that has been for so many years. It can also be known as the Las reglas de Congo. Palo is a Spanish word which means stick. It is applied to the religion in Cuba due to the use of wooden sticks to prepare their altars. The Palo religion altar are called the la Nganga, el Cadero, Nkisi and la Prenda. They have a denomination(branches) called Mayombe and other sub denominations known as monte and Briyumba. The Palo Mayombe makes use of priest and they are called Paleros. The male priests can be called tata while the female priest is called Yayas. The initiates of the Palo Mayombe are called Ngueyos or Pino nuevo.

How and Where the Palo Mayombe Originated From.

The Palo Mayombe originated during the slave era in Cuba in the 1500s. the Palo religion has its history rooted in the Congo basin of central Africa where large number of slaves were brought over to Cuba and the Palo Mayombe started its growth from there. The Palo Mayombe is a product of the Bakongo religion. It makes use of the mix of two languages, Spanish and bantu language.

The Basic Beliefs and Traditions of The Palo Mayombe

The Palo religion has two major beliefs; which is the veneration of spirit and the belief in supernatural and earthly powers. They have a strong belief that the spirits of the dead live among us. In the Palo religion, only an ordained can communicate to the spirits. They believe that earthly items such as guns and knives help the Paleros to channel spirits and ask for protection from them.  The Palo Mayombe have different spirits they call upon when in need of guidance, protection and other problems needed to be solved. Some of them are the Zarabanda, el Christo rey, San Simon and El Christo negro.

In the rituals of the Palo Mayombe, they make use of music and different forms of dances. In their rituals they make use of wooden instruments and drums. They also use music tones like Cata, Guagua and conga. The hoe, cowbells are mettalic object used during rituals or during their time of worship.

How Can You Be Initiated into The Palo Mayombe?

The Palo Mayombe conducts a ceremony or a rite of passage for new converts. The ceremony is called Rayamiento which means “being scratched” here special marks are made on the skin of the new convert. If one doesn’t want to go through this rite of passage, you can do a self-initiation. You’re probably wondering;

Will the spirit accept me?

What requirements are needed?

How do you know it’s working?

Yes, the spirit will accept you. In the early days, people have gone to search for the ingredients and they initiate themselves without the help of the priests. People have begun to establish a hierarchy with the Palo Mayombe community. Nowadays, people are collecting huge sums of money to get initiated by a priest that is already initiated. We can tell you how to self-initiate without having to pay ridiculous amount of money for it. We will give you a list of ingredients to collect or buy and a step by step instruction to follow. You want to know if it works or not? We will explain a ritual to you that will help you communicate with your ancestors so they can guide you.

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The Palo Mayombe, the ever powerful force of black magic

The Palo religion sometimes called the las reglas de Congo originated and emerged from Cuba among African slaves brought from the basin Congo. The Palo religion has different denominations known as Mayombe, Monte and Briyumba.  The word Palo is a Spanish word which means stick and its referenced to the religion because of the wooden sticks they use to prepare the altar. The altars are called Nganga, la Cadero, Nkisi or Prenda. In the Palo religion, they make use of priests and they are called Paleros. The male priest are called tata while the female priests are called Yayas. The initiates of the Palo religion are called Ngueyos or Pino nuevo.

What are the beliefs and traditions of the Palo Mayombe?

The Palo Mayombe have to major beliefs and they are the

  • Veneration of spirits
  • Natural/earthly power

The Palo Mayombe is known to be the most powerful and effective form of black magic in the world.  The practitioners believe that natural objects, especially sticks have the powers of the spirits. The spirits in the Palo Mayombe religion, their spirits are called Mpungu in the singular form and kimpungulu in the plural form and they inhibit objects called Nkisi. The spirits are known for their names and the deed they do. 

  • Zarabanda: this is the divine messenger of the underworld. Man is able to communicate directly to the spirit world through the Zarabanda. He is the driving force behind innovation, technology and ambition.  Zarabanda is the king of wars, iron and roads. The Zarabanda spirit is known as the keeper of knives; he uses his knife to separate the useful from the useless. His offering should be taken to the railroad tracks.
  • El Christo Negro: he is the lord and king of the underworld. All other spirits must bow down to him. He is symbolized as the black rooster as well as crow.
  • Sam Simon: this spirit is a very powerful spiritual force in the world of the Palo Mayombe. He is the keeper of law and justice. When you get initiated into the mysteries of the San Simon, you get the power of knowledge and secret of divine justice. Believers believe that prayers of revenge and success are answered by San Simon.

These spirits are considered extremely powerful but not as powerful as the God creator the Zambi or Nzambi. In the Palo Mayombe, they perform rituals and cast spells. It’s a part of their tradition. Through these rituals, they are able to communicate with the spirits and ask for protection and other aspects they need help in. during their ritual, they play music and dance. They make use of music tones such as Cata, Guagua and the conga or ngoma, and wooden instrument and drums. The common divination method the make use of are coconut shells.

How do you get initiated into the Palo Mayombe?

To get initiated, you have to undergo a rite of passage. You can also be self-initiated.

Will the spirits accept your initiation? Yes, your initiation will be accepted. People who wanted to imitate themselves without priest have searched for the ingredient and have done it but time has passed now and people are collecting ridiculous amount of money for it. Fortunately, were going to tell you everything you need to know without spending ridiculous amounts of money.

What requirements do you need? We will give you the ingredients you would need to collect or buy then give you instructions on how to go about it.

How do you know its working?  We’ve all been in this same spot as you; having doubts that it wont work, but it will because we will give you a ritual that would let you communicate with your ancestors and they will guide you on what to do.

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