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Sanse Vodou

Sanse Tradition

A service to the Sanse spirits

Sanse Espiritismo Vodou - Watch Us Rise

In Sanse, the priestess or priest makes connections with a pantheon of spirits. These spirits are evolved. They help people progress in life. Sanse is a preservation of the Taino people’s ancient Shaman practices mixed with Spanish Saints, Brujeria, Curanderismo, Spiritism from France, and 21 Divisions which is Dominican Vodou.
The rich culture of Sanse strives to balance the universal energies of light and dark. As healers and brujas, a sansita is a visionary for the light. Sanse spiritualism is centered around non conservative catholic beleafes. In my opinion, this was a good way to keep alive pagan earth traditions in a changing world.
I am a Sanse Vodou priestess working within the International Vodou Society. This society is run by Brujo Inca who is the world’s leading Sanse priest, head of the International Vodou Society, and carries in his bloodline the origination of Sanse Vodou. As a family member of this temple, I am given the true and real teachings of this art. In honor of the teaching Houngon Hector has passed down, I feel it is my duty to carry this beautiful tradition forward, as it is closely related to the very special work I have channeled.
My work is to teach people how to create their own path. If Sanse is the right path for you, after the Creative Arts Mysteries, I am proud to offer this as a spiritual path that follows.

Here is a list of terms which apply to this tradition

Shaman
A shaman is similar to a curandero in which they play a role as healer and spiritual leader in their community.
Taino
Had its origins among the Arawak tribes of the Orinoco Delta, gradually spread from Venezuela across the Antilles in waves of voyaging and settlement begun around 400 B.C. Mingling with people already established in the Caribbean, they developed self-sufficient communities on the island of Hispaniola, in what is now Haiti and the Dominican Republic; in Jamaica and eastern Cuba; in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Bahamas.
Brujas
Caribbean Brujas combine Catholic ritual and beliefs with 21 Divisions Vodou, and Espiritismo. This group includes priestesses and priests. With the use of folk magic and witchcraft they perform a range of services. With the large immigration into North American, brujería has naturally gone there as well. The brujas of America are either traditionalists, combine brujería with Vodou, or have reconstructed a modern style.
Curandero
A curandero is most typically found in Mexican American and or Mexican folk healing. They are the spiritual and healing leaders in their respective communities.
Spiritism
Known as Espiritismo in Spanish, is the belief in the power and ability of spirits to affect human life. This type of spiritualism is practiced by many Caribbean peoples, as well as citizens of Latin America. Practitioners believe that both good and evil spirits exist, and that both types of supernatural beings are able to affect the health and luck of human beings at will.
Vodou
Originated in the French slave colony of Saint-Domingue in the 18th century, when African religious practice was actively suppressed, and enslaved Africans were forced to convert to Christianity. Religious practices of contemporary Vodou are descended from, and closely related to, West African Vodun as practiced by the Fonand Ewe. Vodou also incorporates elements and symbolism from other African peoples including the Yorùbá and Bakongo; as well as Taíno religious beliefs, and European spirituality including Roman Catholic Christianity, European mysticism, Freemasonry, and other influences.
Yerbero
A yerbero is person who is a specialist in herbs and plants. This person is highly knowledgeable of the uses and remedies that different herbs and plants can offer to patients in need of treatment. They are commonly associated with pharmacist in the western tradition.
Partera
A partera is basically a midwife. She deals with pregnant women and is their primary source of guidance, caretaking, advice, and eventual delivery of the child.

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