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Marassa Duo

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cookie Policy. The Marassa are always invoked at the beginning of every Vodou ceremony, right after Legba, emphasizing their high importance in the religion. They are male and female, and both male an female. The Marassa are very different than the rest of the Loas, in their concept of one plus one equal three: One male and one female together equal three for their abilities to give birth.

The Marassa are usually called Marassa Dossou Dossa. In possession they embody children. They play with each other, eat their offerings, usually on a banana leaves with their hands and are very fond of popcorn, candies, sodas Although portrayed as children, the Marassa are very powerful Loas.