THE TRUTH ABOUT THE NGOLO OF THE REAL TATA OF BLACK MAGICK SPELLS
What does Ngolo mean to the Tata of Palo Monte Mayombe and Jamaican Obeah? In the Cuban Criollo language called Bozal, Ngolo means “power”. The occult power of real spellcasters and obeah men is the ability to chant the ancient words of power that make real black magick spells work. It must also be pointed out that the Ki-Kongo term Ngolo is derived from Engo, which in the Palo Mayombe Tradition that came to America from Cuba means “leopard”. According to the Cuban legends of the Briyumbero, the first great black magician was the mighty leopard Tata Engo. In Cuban Voodoo culture, spellcasters who claim the power of Ngolo demonstrate their ability by chanting words of power called mambos. There are thousands of YouTube videos, where real paleros from Cuba, Miami and New York are singing the traditional songs of Palo Mayombe. These paleros are real spellcasters. Anyone claiming the power of Ngolo who does not demonstrate their ability to chant words of power in Kongo and Spanish is a scam, fraud, and fake. Learn how to recognize a real palero and spellcaster so you do not waste your money on people who are not part of our community.