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OCCULT: Persons, places, things, ideas & theories that are Secret by Design, relating to, or dealing with supernatural influences, agencies, or phenomena. 2. Beyond the realm of human comprehension; inscrutable; metaphysical. 3. Available only to the initiate; secret. 4. Hidden from view; concealed. 5. Forbidden by convention.


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A Living Con­duit For Connecting The Spirit World To Our Own

The Santeria, or Lucumi, faith is not a static religion but a living con­duit for connecting the spirit world to our own and speaks to us...

Ocha ni Lele

From the editor: One of the paths to the spirits within Santeria is through a divination technique known as Obi, the coconut oracle, which gives the petitioner access to the orisha of the same name. The orisha Obi began as a mortal human who ascended to become an orisha as a reward for good deeds done on Earth, then fell from grace because of excessive pride. When he descended back to Earth, his spirit was embodied in the coconut palm. Though he no longer has a tongue, he can answer questions posed to him through the random patterns made by four pieces of coconut shell cast as a divination tool.

Obi: Oracle of Santeria Cubana is the first full exploration of the patakis of Obi, the sacred body of lore surrounding him, as well as his particular rituals and customs. Hands-on divination instruc­tions include opening considerations, specifics on casting and inter­preting the basic oracle, and employing advanced methods of div­ination. Also explained are the previously unpublished secrets of closing the oracle properly so that any negative vibrations will be absorbed by the coconuts and permanently removed from the divin­er's home.

Pages: 184
Special Interest: Santeria, VooDoo, Occult, Magick, Study & Application, Divination, Psychic Development, Ritual, Sorcery.

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