Mani For Anaisa Pye



Thank you all for coming!

This past Saturday, we had the Ceremony (Mani para Anaisa Pye) for Anaisa Pye. It turned out lovely and I would like to thank everyone who showed up.

We had plenty of food and drink, a good time overall, and there were many many Lwa who showed up in possession, amongst them-

Baron Del Cementerio

San Elias Brujo

Belie Belcan

Anaisa Pye

Ogoun Feray

Ogoun Yamsan

Ogoun Balendyo

Met Osanj

Metresa Lubana

Zili Danto

And of course . . . . Gede Limbo!


Houngan Hector

Azaka-Indian Lwa/ Taino and Arawak

Kouzen Zaka is a Lwa of the Djouba nation. Many individuals, mistakenly, think that he is a Rada Lwa. Rather, he is actually a member of the Djouba nation. This nation holds the secrets and mysteries of the Indians, the Tainos and Arawak Indians indigenous to the island.

Djouba is served right after Rada and right before the Nagos.

When we serve djouba, we serve with a tcha tcha rather than an Asson.   This nation is also served with boujis rather than candles.  And this is most appropriate considering the origin of this group of Lwa.

Kouzen Zaka, Zaka Mede, St. Isidore, Voodoo Spirit- Celebrated month of May

St. Isidore

Azaka, Patron Of Work


May is the month of Kouzen Zaka. Kouzen Zaka is the patron of work. He is associated with the image of St. Isidore. In Haitian Vodou, Kouzen is considered a peasent farmer. His abilitiy to work non stop is well known and for that he is highly regarded. . . . . .

Click here to read more about Kouzen Zaka

He is often approached to protect and safeguard one’s job, to obtain employment, and to protect farms and farm animals.

In Haiti, it is not rare for an individual to have a Houngan/Mambo come out onto their farm and bless it. Houngans and Mambos will also work with him to protect the individuals farm.
Kouzen is well known for his despise of theives. He is a great Lwa to safeguard the crops against any thievery.

Kouzen is a Lwa that loves to work! He works from sun up to sun down without a break. Kouzen also works for very little in return, though sooner or later Kouzen does like to be treated to a grand feast.

Kouzen has a wife, known to Vodouisants as Kouzin. She is a very successful market woman. She sells the crops which her husband harvests. Together they lead the nation of Djouba and also hold together a very large family of Spirits.

There are many other Zakas, most well known being : Ti Zaka, Azaka Mede, Minis Zaka, Azaka Krebs

If Kouzen is in your spiritual court, you should make an effort to serve him well this month.

This month in the blog we will be discussing the Mysteries of Kouzen, Stay Tuned to learn more about the Patron of Work

Ogou Badagris- Special Feast Day Today

In our House, we associate Ogou Badagris with St. George.

Well, today is St. George, and thus Ogou Badagris’s feast day.

If he is in your court, offer him a nice bright red candle and a shot of rum.

Ogou Badagris is a general, a diplomat, and a Houngan.  His aid is extremely helpful in many types of problems, such as getting or keeping a job, dealing with unruly coworkers, or protection. 

He is well known and well regarded in Haiti, he is one of the most popular Ogou’s.  His popularity is such as Feray’s.

Good Luck . . . .