TIPOS DE EXÚ
O chamado Exú Pagão tido como o marginal da espiritualidade, aquele sem luz, sem conhecimento da evolução, trabalhando na magia para o mal, embora possa ser despertado para evoluir de condição.
Já o Exú Batizado, é uma alma humana já sensibilizada pelo bem, evoluindo e, trabalhando para o bem, dentro do reino da Quimbanda, por ser força que ainda se ajusta ao meio, nele podendo intervir, como um policial que penetra nos reinos da marginalidade.
Não se deve, entretanto, confundir um verdadeiro Exu com espíritos zombeteiros, mistificadores, obsessores ou perturbadores, que recebem a denominação de Kiumbas e que, às vezes, tentam mistificar, iludindo os presentes, usando nomes de “Guias”.
Para evitar essa confusão, não damos aos chamados “exus pagãos” a denominação de “exu”, classificando-os apenas como Kiumbas. E reservamos para os ditos “exus batizados” a denominação de “exu”.
São exus evoluídos e chamados de exus coroados, porque eles podem trabalhar nas linhas de espíritos evoluídos, como na linha de Caboclos.
Normalmente não incorpora,mas são chefes de terreiro.
Galadriel’s Harp by Stephen Hickman
Galadriel was born in Valinor during the Years of the Trees, returned to Middle-earth with the Noldor and departed over the sea 29 September III 3021.
She was considered one of the greatest of all the Eldar, described as second only in power to Fëanor himself, and said to surpass even Fëanor in wisdom. Not only among the mightiest of the Noldor, she was also radiantly beautiful, and her voice was deep and clear in tone. Galadriel was also the tallest of all Elven-women, with a height in modern terms approaching 6’ 4” (or about 1.9 m). Most famous of all her attributes, though, was her shimmering golden hair, shot through with strands of silver.
‘Astarte’ Susan Seddon Boulet, 2010.
“Astarte” Susan’s fiery embodiment of the goddess. As the morning star, Mars, she is the goddess of war, and as the evening star, Venus, she is the goddess of love and desire. Rich, vital color and imagery portray Astarte’s connection to fertility and the life-force of sexual energy and desire. Astarte is a figure of pride in feminine being, a celebration of the abundance that comes from the energy of a woman in touch with herself and her body.”
In Celtic mythology, the Morrighan is known as a goddess of battle and war. However, there’s a bit more to her than this. Also referred to as Morrígu, Morríghan, or Mor-Ríoghain, she is called the “washer at the ford,” because if a warrior saw her washing his armor in the stream, it meant he was to die that day. She is the goddess who determines whether or not you walk off the field of battle, or are carried off upon your shield. In later Irish folklore, this role would be delegated to the bain sidhe, who foresaw the death of members of a specific family or clan.