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<b>BOOK ON PALO</b>

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Deities, Intiatory Rituals & Ceremonies


Ten years in the making, The Book On Palo: Wisdom of Don Demetrio will be an invaluable addition to your library of precious books. Before, this book was considered too intense for publication, but these are intense times we live in and the time is now ripe for Don Demetrio's wisdom to be shared with the world.

Baba Raul Canizares
From the editor: Guanabacoa is a city in Cuba famous as the birthplace of some of the most powerful Paleros ever. One of these spiritual giants was Demetrio Gomez, who for nearly fifty years led one of the most potent Palo houses in Cuba. Using an insider's knowledge as well as the careful scholarship that has come to identify his work (Cuban Santeria: Walking with the Night), Demetrio's godson, Baba Raul Canizares, known in Palo circles as Tata Camposanto Medianoche, gives us Demetrio's own teachings, which makes this the best Palo book in English, featuring never-before published sygills, workings, and the unique contribution to the field of over 200 translations of herbs, sticks, and palo sticks from CUBAN Spanish to Bantu and English, including each plant's scientific classification. The book also features' many photographs of rituals, initiations, and sacrifices shocking in their complete honesty.

Pages: 148, Illustrated
Special Interest: VooDoo, Cuba, Religion, Spirituality, Occult, Magick, Ritual, Sorcery, Santeria, Brujeria.

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