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💀 Hey everyone! Welcome back to Reality in Balance, where today, we’ll draw two cards from the New Orleans Voodoo Tarot deck to forecast the energy of the day. If this is your first time here, welcome, please be sure to like the video and subscribe to our YouTube channel, Reality in Balance.
“Nana Bukuu appears in the guise of an incredibly old women and travels in the form of a freshwater snake.”
- Judika Illes
There are variations of the spelling of her Name- Nan Nan Bouclou, Nana Buruku, Nana Bukwu, Nana Buklu, or Nana Bukuu. Let’s get into the primary aspects of Nan Nan Bouclou. The original African deity, Nana Bukuu, is of great importance. Her origins are as Creator, Warrior, and Healer. The eldest of the watery Orishas favored by Healers, Herbalists, Root Doctors, and Potters can identify and heal illnesses that modern physicians cannot locate, treat, or recognize. One of Nana Bukuu's forms is an incredibly old elderly. This depiction brings me to a deeper understanding here for a Voodoo Tarot Card Reading.
An infinity for older individuals who expel strength, wisdom, and balance has always been my forte. The presence of Nana Bukuu’s essence is always with me. I can recall my mom saying that I acted like an older woman as a child for many reasons that I understand more of today. Early in age, I found myself looking up to older individuals due to the early transition of my grandparents, so I was naturally curious about elders. They appear in my visions at night of all races to supply vital information, and in my awakening state, the wisest elders are the easiest to relate to due to their wisdom through life.
Because she can take many forms and has many faces, Nan Nan Bouclou represents two powerful aspects in the Chokmah vessel (projection, movement, and change) in the New Orleans Voodoo Tarot deck.
One of her beings in Petro La Flambeau is Spiritual Fire, and the second is Rada, the Great-GrandMother of the Forest. Nan Nan Bouclou leading as Pétro La Flambeau, Spiritual Fire is identified as fire itself. In this Voodoo Tarot card, she is the being of an individual's will to influence knowledge upon another, and The Creator to project initiation for a cause of change.
NAN NAN BOUCLOU
2 of Rada
As Rada, Nan Nan Bouclou depicts two men gathering roots and herbs under a tree for mutual benefit based on their devotion to the GrandMother. She is present here in the forest, which provides medicine and ingredients for magic. Furthermore, when two persons or more gather in her domain, it gives a unique province in honor of her name, Ase!
➠To assist Practitioner in entering a harmonious individuality
➠ Fire of Initiation
➠Influence of Spiritual Fire
➠The Influence of Creator Fire
➠ Mutual benefit
➠Devotion to the GrandMother
➠ Variations of the spelling of her Name
➠ Eldest of the Watery Orishas
ORIGIN: West Africa
FAVORED PEOPLE: Herbalist, Healers, Root Doctors, Potters
COLOR: Dark Blue, Black, Pink, White
EMBLEM: A Palm Fond Staff Decorated with Cowrie Shells
NUMBERS: 7, 9