By the virtues of a mysterious link, the limited and small space of a dead seashell gives resonance to the sound of the ocean. Only when the shell is emptied you can listen the sound of the void through the roaring tides.
Even if a can or a glass can make a similar phenomenon, we all know a big sea shell is better to “house” that poetical mystery.
If a dead shell “speaks” about the ocean in which she lived, because it houses the watery soul, what about our heart that somewhat resembles the shape?

What resonance are you giving?

I am with Calunga. Listen 2 me…

Pwen frwí  du Agwé, au coeur dlo

About Manuel Congo

A renowned Palero, Babalawo, Ajarn and Hougan, Manuel Congo lives in rural Italy, where he spends most of his free time touring on his custom Harley Davidson. An avid ethnographer and noted expert on Italian witchcraft, Manuel has spent decades working for elite clients around the world, conducting investigations in locales as far-flung as Togo and Thailand. He enjoys rainy days, BBQ and blondes.

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