At the house of Saint Michelly da Cigana’s mother we see success in the social networks in the last few days, it is because she placed a statue of a named entity Belzebu on top of the entrance gate.
In the religion of African quimbanda matrix, he is represented as a creature with handles and a rounded head, but with a human body.
At the third fair (21), Michelly shared a video showing her house, located in Porto Alegre, not Rio Grande do Sul, inside and revealed other statues of African matrix in different rooms of her residence. Confirm:
Tour to the house of Belzebu – The Full Video on my Instagram @maemichellydacigana pic.twitter.com/oy7Iwu2Bpp
— Mãe Michelly da Cigana (@Maemichely) March 22, 2023
A mãe de santo affirmed CNN that he decided to place the entity in front of his house “as a way of exalting and thanking, as a way of respect and faith and for all the good things that he sees doing in my life.”
Michelly says that the statue was placed on the wall in November 2022, but that Belzebu has been in the cult for 9 years. She also reveals that there is an entity burial mound in the residence, which is open throughout the Holy Sixth Fair (April 7).
Michelly also took advantage of the opportunity to “clarify that [entidade] It’s not about anything wrong.”
Viralizou nas redes sociais
On Sunday (19), the musician Ivan Almeida shared it on his Twitter, in a very humorous way, that the vizinho “chegou causing no neighborhood” by counting the statue.
Vizinho novo chegou causing no bairro. pic.twitter.com/eytxgy8LmF
— Ivan Almeida :): (@ivandiariamente) March 19, 2023
In interview with CNN, the singer affirms that the postagem was made just like a brincadeira. Ivan admits that the tweet would be successful with his followers, but he did not imagine that it would go viral on the net.
Ivan admits that the statue attracts attention and makes a big impression. He believes that the remainder of the vizinhança did not know what the image means, but “everyone knows that it is a house of religion.”
Posted by Isabela Filardi; with information from Natanael Oliveira and Guilherme Gama
Source: CNN Espanol