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  • Nokesville, VA
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I walk the path of Seiðkona/Völva. I have also been, and still am, a Lukumi Priestess and Palera for 17 years.

I have over 30 years experience in engaging and working with the spirits of my Ancestors, as well as the restless, hungry dead. My path is mostly organic - I work with plants, stones, bones and blood.

I do oracular consultations with bones, runes, spirits and the Lukumi divination system of the Diloggún(Odu). I also do onsite and offsite consultations with people who have unusual things going on in their houses/lives (house/body cleanings/exorcisms), as well working with those individuals who are ready to start doing the Shadow work of healing their own psyche and releasing that which no longer serves them. I'm also do Intimate Somatic bodywork and am an Intimacy coach.

All direct healing work needs to happen in person.

I also make sigil art, as well as art that heals through perception shifts.
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Orisa Urban World Festival Promises Positive Vibrations and Spiritual Development

“Orisa lifestyle is sacred science, codified into day to day life. By aligning your life with the divine principles that govern the universe and the natural world, you learn to practice small acts that have a big impact on your life and the lives of those you’re destined to serve.” - Obafemi Origunwa

“Orisa worship is a way of integrating the energy of the cosmos, the power of nature, the history of human civilization, and our individual and communal inheritance into a practice that engages our creativity and aligns us with our chosen destinies.” - Luisah Teish

"Everyone has ancestors. None of us sent ourselves into the world. We are all here to continue the missions handed down from our family lineages.” - Obafemi Origunwa

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