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Constructing a voodoo altar

People of many different faiths construct altars. Even people who do not belong to any particular faith may set aside a corner of a room where they sit and think, meditate and pray, do yoga or play an African drum. Many times they create impromptu altars which include many of the same objects - flowers, stones and crystals, sacred symbols, photographs or images of the individual's ancestors, or of members of the extended human family in many countries, musical instruments, candles, incense, books on spiritual subjects.

Consciously or unconsciously, when we build altars we are engaged in an efort to open that most enigmatic of all doors - the door between the human and spiritual world. An altar is a representation of that very door in material terms - the altar is the door. When you sit in front of your altar, you are inviting the spiritual forces on the other side of this door to notice you, come and visit with you, and act upon you.

Since most people living in the United States can not begin their practice in this religion by attending Vodou ceremonies, one of the first things we can do is to build an altar. The altars of Vodou are as varied as the individuals who practice the religion. In a sense, a peristyle itself is an altar, large enough for the worshippers to dance around the centerpost, play drums, perform sacrifice, undergo possession - in short, to act out every aspect of the cosmic drama. Within the peristyle there are sometimes areas dedicated to a particular lwa - the cross of 
Baron, or a small palm-leaf booth for Erzulie. Attached to the peristyle are smaller rooms called djevo or bagi, in which the ceremonial objects of a Vodou society are kept. However, these objects, which include sacred rattles, sequinned bottles for drink offerings, pot-tetes given during initiation, and clay pots called govi, are of no particular use to those who have not undergone initiation.

A better model is found in the kay myste (from the French caille des mysteres, house of mysteries). These are small houses, often no more than ten by fourteen feet, in which are constructed individualistic altars to whichever lwa the owner of the kay myste serves. These altars incorporate many common materials, easily available everywhere in the world. They are remarkable for their individuality and beauty.

Frequently altars in Haiti are constructed on a dirt floor, which may not be practical in the United States. However, you may have easier access to certain items such as crystals, ceramic vessels in particular colors, and so on.

Your kay myste may consist of a small area in your bedroom or living room, although the feeling in Haiti is that it is not well to sleep in the same room with objects consecrated to the lwa, especially with a member of the opposite sex; except during initiation, when sex is prohibited anyway. You may screen off this area, or set aside an entire room to the service of the lwa. The directions which follow will give you suggestions for constructing one type of very basic altar which can then be added to and elaborated on in the service of any particular lwa you wish.

Suggestions for building a basic altar:

In Haiti, when a Vodouisant person wishes to make an altar in the home for a partiular aspect of God, a saint, or a lwa, they very often buy particular religious objects identified with whatever principle they wish to serve, and then have a Houngan or Mambo set up and consecrate the altar. Some altars are by definition made on a dirt floor, others are made on platforms constucted of boards or more frequently concrete.

Here is one possible way to set up a basic altar indoors, without a dirt floor. Get a white cloth, and wash it in water with some of your first urine of the morning. For urine, you can substitue vinegar. Let the cloth dry outdoors in the sun if possible. Cover your altar table with it, and then sprinkle it lightly with your favorite perfume or Florida Water.

Next, get four small stones from near your house, clean them by scouring with salt and rinsing well, then place one at each corner of your altar. Clean a wineglass, cut glass bowl, or other vessel and fill it with water. Do not use metal or earthenware - glass or crystal only. Place it at the center of your altar, and add three splashes of anisette or white rum as you bless the water.

It is common in Vodou practice to baptise ritual objects, that is, to give them names. You can take a spring of basil and splash a baptism onto your water glass, which is now a powerful passageway for spiritual energy. You might name it almost anything appropriate, fanciful, and positive - "Water of Life", "Gurgle Mama Brings Spirit", or whatever!

Into a glass candleholder, place some earth from near your house and a few grains of salt. Take a white candle, and with a pure vegetable oil rub the candle from the middle up to the top and then from the middle down to the base. As you oil the candle, direct your energy into your hands and pray for spiritual awareness. Put the candle firmly into the candleholder and place it in front of the glass of water. Don't light the candle just yet.

Around the altar you will place other objects according to the divine principles you wish to serve. An ancestor shrine will have images of deceased ancesters, Ogoun's altar will have a machete and a red kerchief, Erzulie Freda's shrine will have flowers and jewelry, and so on.

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