What is Nfumbe?
Similarly, it is asked, what is a palera?
Palo, also known as Las Reglas de Congo, is a religion with various denominations which developed in Cuba among Central African slaves and their descendants who originated in the Congo Basin. Priests of Palo are known as Paleros, Tatas (men), Yayas (women) or Nganguleros.
Beside above, who is Zarabanda in Palo? E. Sarabanda (also known as Rompe Monte or Zarabanda) is the mpungo who rules over war, iron, knives and conflict. He is associated with railroads, because of their extensive use of iron.
Additionally, what does a palero do?
“Paleros” – or “ngangaleros,” as practitioners of this black-magic art are called, need body parts to worship – preferably skulls. But they believe that any remains, even a finger bone, can be used to summon and enslave that dead person's spirit.
What is an Nganga cauldron?
A nganga. refers to a certain creation made with an iron cauldron into which several items (such as bones and sticks) are placed. It also refers to the spirit of the dead that resides there.