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Damballah-Aida Wedo: Vever Bracelet
Ancient serpent spirit and his wife, who hold the earth it their coils.
In Vodou, a vever (pronounced vuh-VAY) is a complex symbol representing a particular spirit (lwa).
In ceremony, the priestess or priest draws the vever with cornmeal on the floor to help invoke the spirit. By the end of the ceremony the vever is dispersed by dancers.
These bracelets, made of acrylic on papier mache, have vevers textured on the surface with string work.
Each bracelet includes a blessing by best-selling author and SciFi Network star Ifalade Ta’Shia Asanti, descendent of Vodou practitioners.
Size: Approx 11" in circumference.
About 2" high.
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