Babalao Cubano de la Religión Yoruba libera de una Daño Poderoso a una mujer.
Hello my friends...!!...Take a look to this video about an incredible Yoruba religion´s act for remove a powerfull curse in a woman by a Babalwo. This is one of the secrects you moust learn about in Cuba...Share it whit your friends, it is very awesome...!!!
Puta mentira!! Muerta la ignorancia muerta la creencia del diablo y de Dios la educación libera un pueblo que prefiere morir a ser esclavizado y sometido por ciertos sistemas como la empresa privada , los políticos y la iglesia..por eso ningún gobierno le conviene invertir en educación de verdad.
Free speech allowed with utube and like social media platforms? If you disagree with what they say politically..not ok.. but this is ok? Utube and like platforms must of sold their souls and crazy is new norm. What planet is everyone going to?
We Muslims do not do this the first thing we read the Holy Quran and pray to Allah Almighty to heal us
God is the cure that is healthy from the evil of Satan the Accursed and the magic and envy there is no power but from God 😞
Why does this look so much like abuse the first part where the lady tyed her hands behind her
*OMG I JUST REALIZED SOMETHING*
*im weird and why was this in my recommendation and why did I watch it HOLY COW I AM WEIRD*
Que gente tan tonta. Todo eso estaba adentro del huevo que ya estaba preparado. Haber porque no le saco todo eso sin meterle el huevo que ella misma le quebro adentro de su garganta. Todo por no creer en Dios en lo q se meten.
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