The NEW ORLEANS VOODOO TAROT | One Card Reading
Hey you guys! Welcome back to Reality in Balance, where today we’ll draw one card from the New Orleans Voodoo Tarot deck to forecast the energy of the day. If this is your first time over here, please be sure to like the video and subscribe to our YouTube channel, Reality in Balance.
So, let’s get into the primary aspects of III Ayizan, represented in The New Orleans Voodoo Tarot! Whenever this voodoo tarot card appears, I’ll feel either one of the two ways leading me towards a significant and transitional change; 1) A new way of seeing through a higher level of awareness, or 2) the need to purify for this next level of consciousness.
Ayizan is the most ancient loa. She is known as Queen of the Marketplace, Spirit of Initiation, and Lwa of primordial ancestors. Refer to her as Mambo or Manbo Ayizan because she must be treated with the utmost respect! Her name may mean "sacred earth" in her duties of the realm.
❖ III AYIZAN ~ CHARACTERISTICS
PROTECTS➠ Women’s affairs, the evil eye; jealousy, envy, and malice
COLOR➠ White, Silver
CONSORTS➠ Queen of the Marketplace- Mrs. Legba,
Grand Intialtrix- Papa Loko
Mambo Ayizan is the lwa of the first Vodou priestess, which puts things into perspective for cleanliness and purity to create sacred space. She banishes malevolent entities and protects against the three layers of the evil eye; malice, envy, and jealousy.
In the depiction of Mambo Ayizan here in voodoo tarot, she’s walking in the marketplace with her face covered with a palm branch. The frayed palm branch is a symbol of purity in Vodou.
Again, Mambo Ayizan'sprimary aspects in voodoo tarot are a clear sight of mission, pleasure, success, the concern for purity, or devotion. She provides protection for all of the women’s affairs and the just in general, ache´!
❖ III AYIZAN ENERGY SIGNATURES
➠Preservation of initiation
➠Bounty of Success
➠Happiness Provided by Sight of Initiation
➠Concerns for Purity