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How to use herbs to make demands of the loa / lwa ?
People often ask me why I go on and on about Ezili Dantor. I make no apologizes for this. Some people already know why. People who have been with me for years. Ezili Dantor is the lwa who gave me my asson. I know how to serve Ezili Dantor. AND I know how to serve her correctly.
Now Ezili Dantor is not a lwa you go to if you want to make someone "pay", or you want a love spell, or for lotto numbers. You MUST be innocent for her to help you. If this reason I find people who serve Mama are usually very serious about serving the lwa. If someone contacts me and they have issues concerning Dantor, if you come with rum and a candle I will call her for you. I don't worry for the price of the light. If Dantor put you before me, it is for me to help you. I feel Dantor's love everyday. When that person returns to tell me they were healed, loved, or that things turned the right way for them, I ask them to do something good in the name of Ezili Dantor.
Peace , love, and prosperity in 2016. Ayibobo!
Ezili Dantor loves basil, everyone knows that. But what most people don't know is the power of the Haitian herbs called Zo Devan. It is an herbs used to make demands of the loa , Ezili Dantor. There are many ways to do this. If you would like a consultation on how to make a demand of the loa using herbs, or buy the Haitian herb Zo Devan, contact me. I sell Zo Devan , calabash bowls, Dantor's pot, bottles, and other items used to make demands of the loa. These are authentic Haitian Vodou items straight from Haiti. Not American copy cats.