Magical Herbal Baths of Santeria has 10 ratings and 1 review: Published June 1st by Original Pubns, 72 pages, Paperback. Title, Magical Herbal Baths of Santeria. Author, Carlos Montenegro. Publisher, Original Publications, ISBN, , Length, : Magical Herbal Baths of Santeria () by Carlos Montenegro and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books.
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By combining elements of spirituality with that of nature, a Santero Priest can accomplish great success with even the most difficult case. Spiritual herbal baths are widely used in the Santeria religion. Although all of the ingredients are natural, when combined with powerful supernatural magic, these herbal baths can produce incredible results. Spiritual baths have been used for hundreds of years to heal sickness and for supernatural power.
The Montenegro Family has been practicing Santeria for over years. This book explores the mysteries and techniques of preparing herbal baths used in traditional Santeria. The book contains lists of herbs, oils, powders, rituals and other magical ingredients used by Santeros for hundreds of years. The book contains formulas for preparing Orisha baths, love baths, money baths, cleansing baths, sweet baths and also baths used in Palo Mayombe and traditional Mexican witchcraft.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I didnt expect to see recipes using animals. I thought this was more of a soothing type of recipe book not witch craft. As far as the actual spells hwrbal baths are concerned, mabical all seem fine, the information all looks sound enough.
What’s annoying about this book though, is that even though it’s written in English, they often but, even more annoyingly, not always fail to translate the names of the ingredients to English.
So, some spells request “Agua de Florida” while others want “Florida Water” with no consistency, and even common plants like rosemary and mint are usually referred to by their Spanish names. It just seems sensible that if the book is in English, it ought to use the common English words for the ingredients. There are also some spelling and formatting errors throughout the text, in addition.
Magical Herbal Baths of Santeria by Carlos Montenegro
After having the book for several years, though I’ve not tried anywhere near all of them, I’ve been happy with the results of the ones I was able to find the ingredients for they don’t seem to do well if you have to substitute ingredients, though. The bitter herb baths at the beginning are especially good — a friend of mine was cured from a mysterious chronic disease with one of these baths. I am not one of Carlos Montenegro, and as we say in Spanish.
Okay the baths are a bit elaborate; the book has a cookbook feel to it. But the herbs where accurate, and to what Orisha ruled them as well. The only problem is that, if you do not know what these herbs saanteria, you are wanteria to be lost. As only the Spanish name is given, there is santerja English or Latin translation.
To make this a really complete Herbal Bath of Santeria, there should have been a section on how to properly prepare the baths, these are not proper. In dealing with herbs, Orisha practitioners know that praise and songs are given to Osain for hemust be always be petitioned, and this is a ritual in itself.
Also there are certain ways in handling the herbs to get the proper Ashe’ out of them, bwths is not discussed. If you want to learn how to prepare herbal baths in the Santeria tradition, I would recommend you just watch your godparents.
If you do not have godparents and fear the over charge in prices that most “Botanica owner charge, who are not really initiated into Santeria” charge. Trust me there are allot of charlatans, and I agree with the previous review. I would rather recommend the books Spiritual Cleansing: These books are not Orisha or Santeria, per say they are more Brujeria, but well worth the read. But these books can never make you an expert in Spiritual Healing, as these lessons are best learned with first hand experience.
A bayhs can never replace a well knowledge teacher.
Magical Baths Of Santeria Carlos Montenegro
Know I said this book impressed me, well with all due respects to Carlos Montenegro. If you have read any of the other Hog Wash he has written, this one would impress you too. Too many self-important people with too little understanding write too much nonsense criticizing what they don’t understand. The proof of these recipes is in how well they work. In Brazil there is Candomble, Macumba, Kimbanda, and so on.
There are different recipes in different houses. Different houses in Condomble, for example, have completely different recipes from one another and certainly from houses in Cuban Lukumi. The worst thing is for one house to attack another. That only serves to bring down everyone. I have seen miraculous transformations happen in the lives of people when giving them baths made with such spirit-given recipes.
We all can be grateful for good information we receive. Montenegro’s work is good. His books are good. Priestess Auset Ra Amen: I love this magical herbal baths book, the author Carlos Montenegro does a wonderful job of including powerful spiritual baths, the only thing was the herbs in Spanish I wish there was an English translation, however listed within are some of the most powerful Orisha baths I have seen.
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