Gro Mambo Speaks..."It takes a small mind and a lack of spiritual education to think that your religion is the purest, most powerful and the only religion recognized by God."
SeminarsGro Mambo also is a well-known motivational speaker. Find out more about where she's held forums and where she will be in the future!
I am Joyce, who became Abena Aborogwa, who became Gro Mambo Angélá Noványón Idizol, widely known as Gro Mambo. I often ask myself, how in the world did I get myself into Voodoo? I live a life of constant interruptions, as I am constantly possessing with the Loa. Because of my religion much of my family and friends have turned against me. I never knew that when I became a Voodoo priestess that my life would change so drastically. I lost my friends of many years. I lost members of my family that I thought would never turn their backs on me. Hell. I even lost all of my enemies. I submitted to the path that God wanted me to walk but this path of Voodoo sometimes is a lonely path. All I ever wanted in my life was to be just like everyone else with love, affection, honor, and integrity, and to be surrounded by people who would love me for what I am and not what they can get from me. As the years now come and go, I find myself with new friends, new loves and a newness in family. I have many gifts and offer them to anyone who is looking for elevations in life. My home is my sanctuary and the Loa is deep in the grounds of my Humofor. Many news media have declared LePeristyle Haitian Sanctuary the World's Voodoo Sanctuary. I never knew that my walk as a Gro Mambo (High Priestess of Haitian Voodoo) would have me appearing in National Geographic, A & E Channel, Unsolved Mysteries, Discovery, Philly-Live 35, 102 JAMZ, WRTI WDAS, Mona Magic, The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, Miami Herald, New Orleans Times Picayune, New York Times, El Nuevo, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, El Sol, Haiti En Marche, Philadelphia Metro, Philadelphia weekly and more.
There are many works that are offered at my Humofor. You can find help with counseling, family counseling, drugs and alcohol rehabilitation, marriage counseling, weddings, foot washing ceremonies, alternative commitment ceremonies, love, luck, chance, removal of unnatural vibrations and agitations, removal of evil, pregnancy, spiritual baths, spiritual divinations, divination for business decisions, job and career advice, and more.
Come visit me and through the doors of LePeristyle Haitian Sanctuary you can find help in prosperity, health, and wealth. If it can be read then there is a prescription for help.
The above is a sneak preview to the forthcoming book by Gro Mambo, Voodoo in America.
Join LePeristyle Haitian Sanctuary for our Annual Baron and Ghede Ceremony and Bath!!!! The Ceremony this year will take place on Saturday, October 5, 2016; from 8PM to Daybreak.
Come dressed in Purple and bring your gifts for the Loa, Baron Criminel who has been protecting us all year and encourages us to seek higher living, elevations and celebrations in life and living!!!!
Don’t miss out on this year’s Ghede Bath either! You see the problems we have in our lands and it is a spiritual battle. No one can afford to miss out on this bath and the power of this bath! This year is the beginning of a 7-year cycle and it is important to do everything in your power to be in the right place at the right time to receive the highest in blessings for living!
The Ghede Bath will be held every Friday in November beginning Friday, November 4, 2016 by Appointment Only.
For more information, call LePeristyle Haitian Sanctuary at 215-276-3633.
See You in November!!!!!
A Celebration of the divine force of Love!
Call 215-276-3633 for details!
Space is limited! Be sure to RSVP today!
On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, at LePeristyle Haitian Sanctuary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, there came a need for Papa Ogu, the divine force of faith, strength, and fire above the earth of the Haitian Voodoo religion. Gro Mambo Angélá Noványón Idizol invoked Papa Ogu through an iron pot set ablaze. Papa Ogu manifested by taking the shape of a man within the flame, riding upon a horse rearing on its hind legs in his DIVINE ELEMENT:
This picture was taken at the time that Gro Mambo Angélá Noványón Idizol invoked Papa Ogu on this day and at this time.
Picture copyright © 2016 Gro Mambo Angélá Noványón Idizol
The Reading for the New Year 2016 comes with a prescription for success for the next seven years in this unprecedented publication!
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The African Way: A Guide to African Culture/Religion is the third book by the high priestess of the Voodoo religion of Haiti, author of Divine Messages of the Loa Volumes I & II. In it, she brings forth information leading all American people, regardless of race, color, or creed, to African based religions the proper way.
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Gro Mambo Angélá Noványón Idizol, the founder of Le Peristyle Haitian Sanctuary, as well as the National African Religion Congress (NARC World International) went to Haiti in 1977 to study the Voodoo Religion. She went into Haiti with an introductory letter to an established priestess of the native religion. After some difficulties, Mambo Angela was able to establish a relationship with a priestess from whom she began to learn about Haitian Voodoo. She finally formed a relationship with Papa Hilaire Michel Novanyon Idizol, a high priest (Gro Hungan) and founder of Le Peristyle Sanctuary, in Haiti. Following years of study, she was initiated as a priestess (Mambo). Her mission was to bring back to the United States every component of the true African religion as it evolved from former slaves of the Congo, Dahomey, Togo and native Indians of the island of Haiti. During the 10 years of work, Mambo Angélá Noványón continued to study and advance in the religion. In 1984, her name was changed to Gro Mambo Angélá Noványón Idizol, when she achieved the sattus of high priestess.