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The 21 Paths of Seven Rays: The Storm-dominating Warrior

Paths of Seven Rays

Within the various African cultures and in Cuba, thanks to the legacy of our ancestors, there is the Palo Monte and its Superior God, creator of the Universe is called Nzambia, also known as Mayimbe.

From him comes the vital energy of the Mpungos (magical-religious entities).

In the Rule of the Stick, the mpungos are sacred and ancestral forces, deities or invisible divinities that never transform, which we can compare, for example, with the Orishas of the Yoruba Pantheon, to make it easier to understand.

However, in the Western part of Cuba, due to the influence and power of the Regla de Osha (Santeria), the deities of the Regla del Palo were also syncretized with Orishas, ​​since they shared many similar characteristics.

Some of the syncretisms between Mayomb and Yoruba deities are:

  • Lucero world (Elegguá): it is the force that travels the roads.
  • Saraband (Oggún): is the deity of metals.
  • Guinea pig (Saint Lazarus): the energy of the disease.
  • Earth trembles (Obbatalá): the force of peace and unity.
  • Seven rays (Shango): the deity of lightning and thunder.
  • Mother of Water (Yemayá): it is the force of water and pregnancy.
  • Chola Unwemwe o Mama Chola (Oshún): the force of opulence and earthly love.
  • Twinkle Ndoke (Oyá): is the energy of the mysteries of death.

Other Mayomb deities are gurunfinda which is the force of vegetation, Covers Mount who is the protective force of justice, and is a sorcerer, and Cape of War who is in charge of the transfer of souls between life and death

Today with the permission of the elders we will talk about Siete Rayos, the warrior of great strength highly revered in the Rule of the Stick.

Characteristics of the deity of Palo Mayombe Siete Rayos

Seven Rays is a spirit that has the power to dominate storms, thunder, lightning, and fire.

  • A great warrior, but dangerous because he has a fickle character that does not know how he will react to obstacles and problems.
  • He is a great seducer in love, he is scandalous, a dancer, his enemies fear him for his courage and courage.
  • He is highly respected, feared, and revered by all.
  • The secret of Seven Rays is in the Ukano membra palm and in the sacred ceiba.

Seven Rays and their ways or warrior avatars

The Seven Rays treatise has 21 paths and each one carries different secrets, rituals, ceremonies, prayers and songs.

1. Sambranú Ensasi Santo Cristo Bon Voyage.
2. Sambranú Ensasi Cave.
3. Sambranu Ensasi Ensila Kongo.
4. Sabranú Ensasi Ñunga Ñunga Siete Puerta.
5. Sabranú Ensasi Punta Talumba.
6. Sambranú Ensasi Abraca world.
7. Sambranu Ensasi Entoto Nani.
8. Sambranú Ensasi Dark Night.
9. Sambranu Ensasi Patilembe
10. Sambranu Ensasi Patikongo.
11. Sambranú Ensasi Icing Candle.
12. Sambranú Ensasi Spits Blood Maca Iron
13. Sabranú Ensasi Catikie Lumbembe.
14. Sabranú Ensasi New World.
15. Sabranú Ensasi Malva Trunk.
16. Sambranú Ensasi Saca Pawnshop.
17. Sabranú Ensasi Dry Trunk.
18. Sambranu Ensasi Vira Mundo Engo La Finda.
19. Sambranú Ensasi Premañongo.
20. Sabranú Ensasi Nanga Trunk.
21. Sambranu Ensasi Munalongo.

The first seven rays that are born do so in West Africa and later other names were born in Cuba.

There are many Sambranú today, and in one way or another they are related to our ancestors. Its main characteristics are still part of the religious secrets of the Rule of the Stick.

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