The Diloggún: The Orishas, Proverbs, Sacrifices, and Prohibitions of Cuban Santería
Inner Traditions/Bear, 28 juil. 2003 - 624 pages
The first book on Santería’s holiest divination system to thoroughly explore each family of odu and how their actions and reactions affect the spiritual development of the client.
The twelve families of odu that are available to the diviner include 192 omo odu, the children of the odu, and each of these patterns or letters has its own proverbs, meanings, prohibitions, and sacrifices. Ócha'ni Lele provides the secret but essential information that the adept diviner needs to know to ensure that every element affecting a client's spiritual development is taken into consideration during a reading. His book is also the first to detail how to properly end a session so that negative vibrations are absorbed by the orishas and fully removed from the diviner's home. For those seeking the wisdom of ancient Africa, The Diloggun is an indispensable guide to the mysteries of the orishas.
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In the Afro-Cuban religion of Santeria, diviners cast the diloggun (cowrie shells) in order to discern the moods and attitudes of the orishas (spirit deities) toward the devotee and to advise the ... Consulter l'avis complet