Its been an exhausting, exhilarating weekend. I picked up our client from the airport Friday evening and we watched movies and talked until the wee hours of Saturday morning. Neither of us were ready to begin the work she came for and we were respectively tired from our individual activities of the day. MariRuth and I were happy to see her because we have been friends for several years and have walked through many storms, battles and victories together.
Saturday was another story as we tackled the client's issues one by one inside Munanso Lucero Aprueba-Fuerza Congo Brama con Brama, Yahweh. The Mother Temple of the Spiritualist Church of African Traditions, Yahweh, Worldwide, INTL. INC., which is a Full Gospel Spiritualist Church. I began the morning with prayer and meditation to Oludamare, the Orisa, Nsambi and the Nkisi in the All Powerful Name of Jesus. I asked for guidance, strength and insight in order to remediate the client's condition and issues. We sang mambos, danced in the Spirit and waited patiently for the anointing that gives licensia to proceed. After inquiring of the nfumbe (familiar) on the nganga, permission was given by Lucero and the fula (gunpowder) on the Open Roads firma was ignited to signal the mpungo it was show time.
The first order of business dealt with exposing a malevolent nfuiri or evil spirit that was attached to the client. I had seen the spirit's presence on the client through the mpaka vititi a few weeks ago. The nfuiri was sent by witches determined to obstruct the client's progress in her personal life by the means of sickness or transmission of a terminal disease. We had been able to block the spirit's objective through San Lazaro, Centella Ndoki and Cobayende along with several trabajos. However the client was instructed she was required to complete the work before the nganga in order to be certain all is well.
Presence of a pipe smoking muerto exposed
Passing a white plate over the client's body and using a secret technique known to Tata Naganga's in Palo, the nfuiri's presence was exposed on the plate like an x-ray negative similar to the photo on the left. A general cleansing was done on the client with cigar smoke and other means. The cleansing helped to loosen the grip of the nfuiri and it was exorcise by a trabajo requiring the client to stand over a specific firma on which several loads of fula (gun powder) were ignited. The demonic disease bearing spirit was driven by force into the netherworld of darkness via the nganga where it is now bound in chains awaiting Judgement Day. Success was confirmed from nfumbe by casting the chamalongos and our hearts were filled with joy!
The next phase of the work required the client to bath with 9 powerful fresh herbs belonging to three Nkisi that spoke to the work. The old clothes worn by the client were cut away from her body to be disposed of in the graveyard. She was then wrapped in a white toga to symbolize a new beginning. There was more work to follow that included sacrifices to defeat the witchcraft and return to sender but the details of that work can not be shared. Additional divination with nfumbe instructed me to seal the client with a trabajo to prevent this class of demon from attaching itself to her in the future. This is in accordance with the scriptures because we know in the Bible, Jesus warned that driving out demons is not enough to achieve long-term healing. In Luke 11:24-26, Jesus pointed out that, once a demon has been driven out, it can return in a more powerful manner, making the condition for the person worse than before the demon left. Once God has healed "demons," people need to take measures to maintain the healing, such as the crack-head being wary of taking another hit after kicking the habit.
Saturday night we dined here at my home, talked and watched movies. MariRuth was happy to have another female around and they laughed and talked girl talk, trading hair care secrets, celebrity gossip and of course about how wonderful I AM LOL! I was too tired to hang for long and excused myself to go inspect the back of my eyelids for sleep compliance.
Sunday was the client's last day here and we ended it on a light note doing work with Chola Wengue for her husband and their future. I dashed to the store and purchased a pumpkin. Spirit told me a few weeks back to buy a pumpkin for the client's visit but I ignored the admonition, thankfully there were a few pumpkins leftover from Halloween. That simple spell requires the toes of a rooster, an egg, cinnamon, honey and other magical charges to be placed in the hollowed out pumpkin. The client spit five times inside of the orange gourd and spoke a Kikango incantation over it in the name of the target. The work was then placed before Chola on the nganga where it will remain for five days and then the pumpkin will be taken to the river with a derecho (payment). No Palo work is considered successful nor complete until nfumbe answers "todo bien" to the inquiry is all well? We rejoiced when the confirmation was given and I left the client to sit with before the nganga with the mpungo so that she could say thank you and reiterate her specific desires. Later in the evening as we said our sad goodbyes, we marveled at the glow of her aura. Her energy has completely shifted and she looked like an angel descended from heaven. The Holy Spirit's unction rose in me and I admonised her by the scriptures in John 5:14 that says . . . Afterward Jesus found him in the temple, and said to him, "See, you have been made well. Sin no more, lest a worse thing come upon you.''
All Praise belongs to God!
Dr. Christos Kioni