¿SI TU NO ME CONOCES PARA QUE TU ME LLAMAS?

This traditional religious song from Afro-Cuban Spiritism mean: “If you don’t know me why do you call me?”.

It stresses importance on religious, ethical, moral behaviour, a kind of “knowledge” passed down orally through generations since the dawn of times. In Haiti they call it “konesan”.

While Westerns gives importance to books and improvised experimentation and creative occultism, in other places exist a real unbroken line of oral lore, never been written before.

It is still safe from cultural and religious appropriations and profanity.

Many are called, very few the chosen ones.

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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