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The Spirits in a Fiesta Espiritual




The Madama




As I have stated before las Madamas are old and wise spirits, born and raised and lived within a time when slavery was a part of the Americas, a time when African slaves where baptized and forced to leave their ancient African religions, traditions, loved ones and spiritual beliefs behind or suffer the severe consequences. 

The Madamas recognized the wisdom, beauty and magical attributes associated with the Catholic Saints and where one of the forerunners who saw the similarities of their African deities with those of the Catholic Saints and began synchronizing the spirits of their ancestors with the Saints.  

Imagine for a moment being the Mammy or a house servant of the masters children, and his wife's most trusted confidant.  Imagine keeping the children quiet as the bible was read, evening prayers were recited and the miracles of the Saints where told as the mistress of the house lit candles to the various Saints and the Holy Virgin.  For a moment also imagine going back to the slave quarters with the wisdom and knowledge you had acquired, and how similar these Saints where to the Orisha and Lwa of the African Ancestors.  The Masters surely did not know that forcing and introducing these Saints to the slaves insured the survival of the African Spirits. 

When the Madamas come down in Fiestas Espirituales they come down as stern wise women.  Often scolding and reprimanding  those who do or are in the wrong, they are over opinionated, witty and quick with their tongue.  They represent a strong matriarch figure who is stern and strong willed. When they are happy they love to laugh which is a deep hoarse laughter, and quickly ask those attending the Fiesta for her offering of cigars, black coffee sweetened with brown sugar or molasses.  The Madamas can be either Brujas, Yerberas, Curanderas, or Priestesses.  When they want to cleanse and purify the crowd they ask for a bottle of Florida water and their paño cloth, which can be a solid color or a madras plaid pattern and the colors all depend in what Spirit the Madama venerated or was a priestess of in life.  The Madama come down to lift Causas, they cleanse and purify, and recommend spiritual baths for good luck, and if a deck of Spanish cards are present they will give a quick consultation.   They love to dance and speak with a strong facial expression and hand movements, and always have their hands on their waists, or crossed over their chest.  They always cover their heads with a head dress and wear around their necks beaded and wooden Rosary beads.

The Gypsies




When Maria Candelaria or any of the Gypsies come down in a Fiesta Espiritual they are the life of the festivities, always lively they come dancing and twirling as if dancing to Flamenco music.  The females Gypsies come asking for a Spanosh fan or castanets as they dance and twirl in circles.  They love layered dresses with lace and a head dress.  Their favorite colors are red, black and pink, or patterns that have white dots and the paño cloths they use are always in those colors or patterns.  As they consult they are offered beer, pink wine or champagne that is always served in a glass chalice and a lit non menthol cigarette.  They enjoy bottles filled with Rose or Lavender water mixed with perfumes, which they use to cleanse all who are present.  They are often flirtatious and coquettish and love to laugh and enjoy the Fiesta.  They also love to consult especially if a Spanish deck of cards or Tarot deck is present and they mostly prophesies on matters that have to do with luck, love and financial matters.  

The Indios




The Indios are very spiritual and polytheists spirits that come bearing the wisdom, beliefs and knowledge from their various clans and tribes.  When an Indio mounts a person in a Fiesta Espiritual they are offered a sweet pungent bark root juice popular in the Caribbean known as maubi or mavi and tobacco smoke.  They often come to lift curses, remove a hex, and in matters of justice.   They cleanse with shrubs of healing plants which they soak in water.  They also use gourd maraca or by hitting two sticks around the aura of an individual as they blow smoke on the person or spraying mists of intoxicant liquor on the person from their mouths.  

The person who becomes possessed by these spirits are dressed in dark greens, reds, yellow and brown, and some Indios use the paños of the same colors when lifting a causa.   The Indios although they do come down to indoor fiesta espirituales, most would rather come down outdoors and in open air, usually they prefer steams, lakes or wooded areas. Most of the Indios that come down where either Shamans or Warriors and come to heal and remove black magic and combat demons and earthbound spirits.  

The Congos and
Los Negros Cimarrones




Of all the Spirits that may come down during a fiesta espiritual these are the strongest, most respected and often most feared and misunderstood.   In life they where great Paleros, Brujos, Houngans, runaway slaves and liberators.  They are very stern, serious and usually have little sense of humor and even less patience.  They are this way because they come to lift curses, black magic and heal illnesses caused by the dark arts.  When the Negro Cimarròn or el Congo come down to a fiesta they come to cleanse, lift negative magic and remove spiritual blockages.   They do so with tobacco, rum, and aguardienteIndios are placed away from other Spirits.     

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