Wonderful musical instrument of African origin (in Yoruba agogo means bell), made of iron, used to allow time in capoeira, and especially, on the spiritual and religious, in the Candomblé, to give rhythm to the canticles and the curimbas. Sacred Orixà Ogun is used also to implore the Axe this entity.
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All the articles presented within this site is meant as a curiosity magic and folk traditions related to African Americans. The Crucible Grassadonia & C. sas of Diana not boast miraculous properties or paranormal powers, descriptions of the same are calculated according to handed down by the various traditions to which the products belong. It is up to the good judgment evaluation. Each imported item complies with current European regulations concerning the safety and wholesomeness. The consulting services are limited to the sharing of information about the traditional use and do not provide consultations of Tarot, clairvoyance or similar services. The Crucible Diana Grassadonia & C. sas is restricted to import and distribute the material by enriching the traditional products of information about the use. P>
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