Spiritual Services

Services Houngans/Mambos provide

vodou-offerings-and-magicOfferings and Magical Work for Client These are different services Houngans/Mambos provide to their clientele.Divination – this is one of the most commonly requested services. Depending on the way it is done, fees vary. One can get a reading with the cards, a candle and water reading, or get the Houngan/Mambo to call a lwa. While the first two can be done long distance, calling a lwa is best done if the person is present. More hereBaths – Spiritual baths are usually specially composed for a client so that he/she may be able to achieve a particular goal. Spiritual baths may also be administered to remove negativity, bring up luck, and to open doors of opportunity. Baths are also administered to heal illnesses.

Wanga – this is the second most commonly requested service. A wanga is a spell, a “trabajo” or work, if you will. Wangas are done for all sorts of requests: love, money, work, revenge, etc. Wangas can be really simple or extremely complex; of course, the more complex the wanga the more it costs.

Empowerment/Pwen Cho – A Pwen enhances a person’s magickal capabilities and strengthens his/her magick. This Pwen is activated and used in certain ways to enhance magick and magickal abilities.

Gads – A gad is a protection. It is a cut on the skin that has certain herbal powders rubbed into it. It protects people from negative wanga, unnecessary accidents, and so on. It is placed on the point of a lwa. There are other gads, such as the drinking gad.


Anva Mo – Used to send one or several Mo (spirit of the dead) against an enemy, or drive one or many of them away from a victim of this type of attack – more here

Lave Tet – This is similar to the rogacion in Santeria. Literally translated it means to wash the head. It is a cleansing of the head, a huge cleansing! It removes negative magick, helps possession occur, increases psychic abilities, adds power to the person’s magick, strengthens them, draws money, and much more. More on the Lave Tet here

Kanzo – This is the initiation ceremony done within Haitian Vodou Tradition. It is deeply spiritual and empowering. The secrets are taught to the initiates, and they are empowered. They are given spiritual power items, and much more.

Then there are other things we do, such as consecrate altars, perform house cleansings, hold dances, and much more.

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