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Translation from Original by Oscar Guerrero 8/22/2013 One day, in one of the many long conversations with Tatica (a nickname that was given to one of the most well known mayomberos from Cuba) I asked him, “does the nfumbe live in the nganga? As usual, he did not give me a plain yes or no […]
This article is the third part of, “The Powers of the Tata Nganga and Yaya Nganga” Translation from Original by Oscar Guerrero 8/20/2013 Among the Bakongo of Africa the nganga (priest) has always recognized the existence of “spiritual entities” and know the “secret” of their manipulation. From what I have seen in that land, there […]
Havanatimes.org has featured an interesting story on the Kinfuiti Celebration in Cuba along with many pictures. To read this in English please visit this link: http://www.havanatimes.org/?p=98125 Para leer este articulo en Español por favor visite este enlace: http://www.havanatimes.org/sp/?p=89970 For more about the Celebration of the Kinfuiti and Tamakuenda Yaya please see: http://hedgemason.blogspot.com/2013/06/ta-makuenda-yaya-san-antonio-de-padua.html
This article is the second part of, “The Powers of the Tata Nganga and Yaya Nganga” Translation from Original by Oscar Guerrero 8/19/2013 We previously left off speaking about the “mazamba well.” This famous “magical well” which my informant spoke of, can still be visited as one walks to the old Harlem Sugar mill and […]
I am proud to present a number of articles I am translating to English by Ralph Alpizar. Who is Ralph Alpizar? He is a columnist, writer and researcher that specializes in Ba-Kongo culture and its survivals in Cuba. He has written and co-authored numerous books and articles with world renowned authors. He has produced and […]
- The “Powers” of the Tata Nganga and Yaya-Nganga by Ralph Alpizar August 15, 2013
- The Quimbisero’s Cry September 30, 2011
- Tata Nganga Oscar Guerrero to make guest appearances on KDCL Media Internet Radio April 17, 2012
- Transcultural Pilgrim: Three Decades of Work by José Bedia May 4, 2012
- May 2012 F.A.Q.s May 7, 2012
- Eleda.Org Seminars Announces its Upcoming Class: Palo: Theoretical and Practical Approaches August 20, 2014
- Does the nfumbe live in the nganga? by Ralph Alpizar August 22, 2013
- The “Powers” of the Mayombero and Mayombera by Ralph Alpizar August 20, 2013
- Kinfuiti Celebration – La Fiesta Kinfuiti August 20, 2013
- Swirl, Tailwind, Tornado and Bad Wind by Ralph Alpizar August 19, 2013