By MamiWata Priestess
Mami Wata Priestess, via her conversations in a sequence of gathered essays, describes conventional African Vodun and its secret and wonder. Coming from the viewpoint of one initiated into the pantheon of the African Mami Wata she supplies a distinct glimpse into the usually misunderstood international of African Vodun. within the pursuit of a doctorate, in African Psychology within the overdue Nineties, she traveled to Africa to do learn yet inadvertently came across herself...her ancestors, the spirits that gave her lifestyles and her future. From 1998-2006 she immersed herself in conventional African tradition and lay in initiation chambers from Benin to Togo to Ghana returning as the 1st authentically initiated priestess of the African Mami Wata. And, for this reason has been serving the spirits each since.
Her tale is the tale of each individual born within the diaspora destined to retrace the footsteps in their ancestors and reconnect to a practice refused them due to the transatlantic slave alternate. Her designated instructive style delivers hugely really good info and issues the viewers in the direction of the main direct entry to the divine indicating the hallmark of a real begin of Mami Wata. inside those pages one will be brought to the majesty of African Vodun and its destined position in bridging the divinities and people destined to the sacred wisdom misplaced beginning with the heart Passage. via this sacred work what lies on the backside of the ocean and during the religious realm may officially be addressed because it was once foretold within the traditional Priesthood of Ifa that this type of time may come. Mami Wata Priestess works from Temple Behumbeza, in (Cotonou) Benin, along with her husband Hounnon Behumbeza, the very best leader of the pantheon of the African Mami Dan Vodun.
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