Published on Mar 29, 2016
In this episode of our AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY SERIES we talk about the water spirits and the Mami Watas.
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COMMENTS • 73
taankh1 year ago
mama zogbe (used to be mamaiisi vivian) is also very gracious. her mami wata society got african spirituality books moved from the occult section in the bookstore and library to the religious section. i was a big deal for us, and nice victory if you know about american perception. they are located in georgia still i think. she is very fierce in making sure african spirituality is respected.
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Prince Ajewale Ifayemi Adifagbola Balogun1 year ago
I loved what you had to say about them being ambassadors.
I created an Olokun ritual…to restore my ancestral knowledge. I dreamt of a MERMAID.
SHE WHISPERED IN MY EAR…FOR FIVE HOURS.
When I woke- I couldn’t speak…for two days.
EMPRESS SOULFLY1 year ago
I like the way u said Americans in General and then a sweet smile.
Jerry Williams6 months ago
you are so beautiful sister!!
La Clothier1 year ago
I once had a dream about Yemanya before I knew about Her existence, I mean I went and research about it after my dream and found out that was her name, didn’t understood what it meant though, great video !
Gina Lacey1 year ago
Thank you Mlle Cammy for the video
I have 2 questions if I may present them for a brief a answer for your subscribers
Can you tell us the difference between a deity and entity?
Is there a main Goddess who is the mother of the sea, and if so what is her name?
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Baron-Samedi Black Magic2 weeks ago (edited)
Im from Suriname south america over there Whe Call her watra mama good video
STAAR11271 year ago
I enjoyed your video. Please do a review of the Mami Wata books.
adam adrain jeffery10 months ago (edited)
do you think mamai wat, yemaya and haiti’s lasiren are the same deity?,, cause especially with lasiren i run across many who say they are not the same, .years ago when i first made offering to Lasiren had the weirdest experience, i dreamt of seeing a woman dressed in white with a long silver snake around her neck but the real bizarre part i woke up from this dream and look out in yard and seen a long silver snake slitherhing in yard and went under my house.
Queen Sonora1 year ago
Please do a book review on those books! I’d be really interested to hear more about them before I buy them. :)
Kebra Negus1 year ago
thanks for sharing very interesting information, bless you!
Carter Lord3 months ago
I once had a dream that I was a merman with a fully human body, sleeping at the bottom of the ocean 🌊 Suddenly in the dream, I woke up as two people in underwater diving suits had a hold of me and were taking me to the surface. As I awoke, I started to struggle with them and easily overpowered them being that we were in my element, water 💦 As I fell from their grip I hit the bottom of the ocean and at the same time I fell out of bed and hit the floor.
Nadine Ruiter3 months ago
Thank you Sister! I felt drawn to Mami Wata and to learn and explore more when I came across and I love to spend time in water and the snake keeps crossing my path(dreams and reality)… Now I was wondering how do you feel of Europeans “working” with Mami Wata? And did you already make the video about the main Goddess who is the mother of the sea? I am tuning in with which goddess to work with to gather women from all over the world and Mami Wata feels good :)
Chandler Nolen3 days ago
Nice video what kind of African spirituality do you practice .
Michael Joseph2 weeks ago
PLEASE DOES MAMI WATER HAS FISH LIKE TAIL OR SHE IS JUST SIMPLE WATER SPIRIT WITHOUT PHYSICAL APPEARANCE?
Joelleen Beangh1 month ago
it is dangerous this mumy
MAIMA2 months ago
Thanks so much! This has given me more insight of the Mami watas. I feel spiritually connected to some energy. I think it maybe the Mami Watas or Ma’at.
Moor-ena El2 months ago
GREETINGS SIS GODDESS!!! HAVE YOU GOTTEN A CHANCE TO CREATE A TUTORIAL ON HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH SPIRITS/ENTITIES, ETC? BLESSINGS TO YOU I LOVE LOVE THIS VIDEO!!!! THANK YOU FOR BRINGING MAMA ZOGBE TO THE TABLE!!! SHE IS SO AMAZING!!! BEEN FOLLOWING HER SINCE 2013. I SHUDDA BEEEEEEEEEEN GOT HER BOOKS!!!! SMH!!!
shalandra broadnax2 months ago
THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF A WOMAN REPRESENTING THE BLACK UNIVERSE … THIS IS THE ESSENCE OF BEING BLACK . ALAXANTI<><>
Niina’s Fairychamber3 months ago (edited)
Thank you so much for this. I´ve been trying to look more information about Mami Watas and books about them. I definitely need to check the books you mentioned. I love this feminine under-layer in African spirituality. So far I have found similar ideas from Baltic mythology and I have a feeling there is a lot more. I´m actually Finn myself just deeply fascinated by early forms of spirituality. )O( I really enjoy your videos they are very educational.