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Santeria Spells

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Santeria is a type of religion that originated in Western Sub-Saharan Africa.  It expanded to the new world where it is popular currently in Cuba and Brazil.  It is a conglomerate of a faith known as Yoruba as well as Catholicism.  It believes in the Catholic saints and worships the saints as part of the religion.  Santeria is not considered archaic and has enjoyed a wide audience of believers who have ancestors that believed in the religion as long ago as five hundred years.  In Africa, it has roots that predate Christianity.

The vast majority of people practicing Santeria live in the US, the Caribbean, Central America and South America.   It is a religion that one has to be initiated into using ceremony.  People who practice Santeria believe that they can learn the art of trance, possession and mystery.  It is a religion which has elements of sex and blood.  Drums are commonly used in the ceremonies and it is a very enticing religion.

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People who practice Santeria can do Santeria spells, including Santeria love spells.  These spells can change the outcome of the future and can draw a person toward you (in the case of the Santeria love spells).  The spells tend not to be written down and are instead passed along to the initiated in verbal form.  There is no written canon in the practice of Santeria either.  There is a belief called the “rule of Osha” that is important in Santeria.  It is passed orally from one member to another.  There are a few written transcripts that people have written down about Santeria but this is rare. 

Santeria has a specific language associated with it that is learned by initiates of the religion.  It is called the Lucumi language—often used in ceremonies.  The exact language used and the exact practices vary from location to location.  This is in part due to the fact that nothing is written down and the religion can change from location to location. 

A Santeria ceremony involves dressing in one’s favorite colors and bringing along animals and foods needed for sacrifice.  Many different kinds of animals are sacrificed in Santeria.  The ceremonies tend to be long and are exhausting to those who participate in it.  They often begin on a Saturday morning and end on Sunday morning.  There is a prominently placed altar in the ceremonial space and the altar has images of St. Barbara and Christ on it.  They use a container containing stones and shells as part of their religion.  The container is placed on the altar near the images of Christ and of St. Barbara.  Foods and sacrificial animals are placed before the altar along with containers of a special drink made from sour orange juice, molasses, fresh coconut milk and corn meal.  This concoction is called Chequete.  There is a distilled drink placed before the altar that has been made from the juice of sugar cane. 

In a Santeria ceremony, the head of the proceedings is called a Babalawo if it is a male or a Iyalocha, if it is a woman.  Sometimes a common priest instead of a bishop presides over the ceremony.  He or she is called a Santero or Santera.  The initiation ceremony is called the Asentado. 

Santeria spells and Santeria love spells can be performed in ceremony or as a single priest or priestess.  You can ask a Santeria priest or priestess to do a Santeria spell for you and it will in most cases be very successful. 


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