In the Afro-Brazilian tradition, this particular bean (from the Puya fastuosa, a tropical plant) covered by a soft fleece is known as bean Obara, and is used to propitiate the wealth, money, prosperity in all its forms. Legend says that Obara was a mythical king who lived in the days when men and gods walked same streets and even though it was full of flaws and implored the mercy of Olorun (God the Father) and get immense blessings. In the offerings (EBO) of Candomblé is essential, but also in the daily practice of magic is utilized in different applications.
In the South American magic is known as Cordero Manso and also is used to dominate and tame.
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